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Hasbro, Mattel Say Toy Boom Isn't a One-Off
"Last night. We got a terrific from the tell. That's the iconic toymaker. What happens the soccer name. No kidding it actually said because day reminding. Managers found hard to get excited too worried about the ready crew. Gresley bidding up the canvas stocks. But make no mistake. Mattel's doing great. Ceo on crisis orchestrated effort. -nificant turnaround here. And let's have got yet another confidence-inspiring aspiring quarter. The country poorer top and bottom line with bush guide for twenty twenty one in response suck actually spiked. Three percent in early trading. Getting dragged down by the on weeds. What i'm calling the rest of the market. So could this really have room to run. Let's take a closer look with you on crises. The turnaround orders chairman. Ceo patel real. These results michigan. Welcome back demand money. Jim it's great to be here in on your manager word when things weren't doing waste things weren't doing well when things that down very low you said things are starting to get better. This was the finest fourth quarter in fifteen years despite a worldwide pandemic. Talmadge do it. Yes jim this was an exceptional quarter for mattel without best performance in years with strong consumer demand and another milestone near for the company for the second quarter in a row which have double digit sales growth without grace. The industry in gain share on a global basis but are results excited expectation on many levels with the highest fourth quarter growth in fifteen years as you said with a significant increase in profitability with a full year operating income. That was two and a half times higher than than last year. But this is not just about the quarter or the year. It's about a multi year strategy that is tracking very well which puts us on in a strong position to continue to increase profitability and etc growth. In two thousand twenty one and beyond what i liked about it but these were all fantastic numbers but you told me one day jim this company which has terrible cash flow can make fortunes on everything that it does put out so when barbie has a plus eighteen percent quarter number one toy property globally in twenty twenty doll- but boy you're making a lot more money off each barbie even though they're more interesting fascinating diverse inclusive than any of the line. At that i've ever seen as we made significant progress improving. Our ability. Gross margin has increased for the tenth consecutive quarter. And this is only getting better and stronger in terms of cash flow if you look at the journey that we've achieved last three years. Gross margin improved over. Eleven hundred points are cash flow improved by almost five hundred million dollars and our operating income is up more than six hundred and fifty million dollars so very strong performance on the bottom line. And we're making good progress on the top line as well. This was the second quarter in the row where we improve our top line by double digit. You're making it look easy. There was a time. When i first met who. I looked at your balance sheet and i question you're you're not your visibility your viability. The viability certainly taken off the table. Visibilities take off the table. At this point. I now have to wonder. You've got this great balance sheet now. I mean really is you've delivered. You have the number one of the industry you ever. American girl turnaround. Is it time to do something. Even were used something. The entertainment industry that you used to be king of come on free cash flow has steadily improved over the last three years we went from a negative three hundred and twenty five million dollars in two thousand seventeen to a positive one hundred and sixty seven million dollars this year going forward will will be focused on converting an increasing percentage of our ebitda into free cash flow and as we've previously stated we intend to utilize cash to reduce our debt and improve on balance sheet even further given the expectation for higher and more asian of cash. We expect to Continue to reduce our leverage ratio. And make our way towards an investment grade rating.
"talmadge" Discussed on Duos The Co-Founders Podcast
"Try that new a battle. I saw travis. He kicked my mapping. My god i did about seven seconds. I was freaking out. Now jason. I ever went toe to toe would end in hypothermia out but we have one customer. Who is a diehard that comes Six as weak and he can be both jason night I won't name him out of respect for him He was in there. What j. you know who i'm talking about us. They're four and five hawk net. It's like i think. I'll probably cap out from boredom. Before i would from my new just like not be able to take anymore once you do. It's funny because they like the pain curve on coal dishonor opposite right like saunas get more hard long ago really pacing back and forth. I gotta get outta here. The coal easier you know. Have you breathe into it. Get appleby to it. Every subsequent minute is easier than the last minute and you can really like especially child's that. I both competitive. people were feeling pushed. We could push to point. That's ridiculous but the saunas really like that point. It gets harder harder a. There's no way out of that. It's not gonna get easier after twenty minutes netflix. Going bad and the you know other thing is there. There is a there is some evidence that after about three or four minutes You know there's kind of diminishing returns on the benefits of it so you know you want to try and make it to a threshold. But then after a certain point there's not much benefit. So i think jesse both kind of know that's usually get to know four or five minutes we just you know okay. Let's go across the benefit is saying you're about ass. When he got psychotic shed go from you. Know saw come on fatima. Animal the polar plunge will be coming up soon enough so that he didn't like three times. That's fun i at saw. It is but it's it's fun and it's like it's precarious up. It's the it's like d day. Name blow the whistle. Everybody starts broadening. You're in the middle of his group that run it the deal behind. You're running running and you're the water all a couple years ago because it was so called. They were afraid people would legitimately get hypothermia. And then i who lived in atlantic beach and they went anyway so i think there's a three or four years ago and it was brutal man. The idea the water temperature was like thirty eight or something that air temperature with like net zero or negative. It's really when you get out in your on the beach and you're disoriented and there's people everywhere you're like where's my shit or you're like looking all your stopping us get. That's when you really route nine near the water. It's when you're out you're trying to find your your blank all you you for blanket at that point now in your size fund. I'm gonna go this year guys. You want to give a frog any websites anywhere else. You know people could find the bath house and kind of goes out. We are at a bath house on instagram. We were pretty cool instagram fee. That we put a lot of work to you can see a lot of You know details about what we're doing there and also a little glimpse about house culture. And i alex and we also on our website is a bath. House dot com a bath house a visa to ages. And that's that's really instagram. It's the website and we don't mess around twitter. we're not We're not in the in. The political pundits fear. She all about bath house. I love logo dotson. Thanks yeah and the only thing. I guess we would Would plum give shout. We didn't get into his We have this this restaurant that we're really proud of it's part of bath house in. We changed it over covid. We changed the whole team. Changed the chef Mainly and we have jason. I are both like fan boys over our chef tony. He is just incredible so Yeah i would urge you guys. Come tabatha house comes a restaurant and check out. What what tony's doing it's pretty special stuff. it's crazy guy. He's a genius. The menu has it is a highly composed beautiful like louis menu. That's free of grains in sugar. So what your housing. You're like really feeling good. It's gonna cube you at that vibration and not you're not gonna have a really heavy experience. It's you know But it's not it's not it doesn't feel like hell sued but it's still leave there feeling alive. You know cool wireless lan natural winds. We have a great beverage director. Like the i feel confident. This point saying we're one of ron's in north brooklyn you know. I take We just that's post covid thing we really put together. Met the challenge put together. A whole team altered dotting environment. It's beautiful crushed not crossing the truth. Still good therapy session. Troll plunged county right now by. I'll take your credit card detail doctor. Because i got free but i bought them so guys. It's been awesome. Thanks thanks for getting enough. Get no you and we're looking forward to not only coming but on gasoline. How you guys you know. Continue cool thanks for having to congratulate you guys. Do it has lost on shaded up. Thanks again for tuning into duos. To co founders. Podcasts enjoyed this episode. You could find us on the web at duos. Podcasts dot com as well as google. Play spotify soundcloud stitcher. Please follow us comment and give us love anywhere. You can look next can..
"talmadge" Discussed on Duos The Co-Founders Podcast
"Welcome to duos co-founders podcast. I'm your co host. Michael sir jack. Along with my partner justin more our goal is to begin to understand the power of individuals coming together building incredible companies partnerships and relationships. And in this episode. We sit down with jason goodman. And travis talmadge cofounders at bath house new brooklyn based wellness space that combined vibrant social elements bath houses around the world alongside and array of treatments for the modern athlete and lifestyle enthusiasts. Jason and travis walks through their early years first meeting in montauk the ups and downs of transforming the old dr brown soda factory into a spectacular oasis of lively com. Why finding their north star in vision from the gecko has allowed them to navigate in thrived during these trying cove at times. We really hope you enjoy our chat as much as we did. And now we bring you. Jason and travis from bath house welcomed the duo's co-founders podcasts. Were blessed today to be with travis. Talmadge jason goodman of bath house gentlemen. Good evening good morning how are you. Hey justin michael doing great got to be here thank you. Yeah happy monday. Hey guys so. Let's jump right in. The first question is how things back house It's been a crazy seven months Can you give us a quick walk through of i know from myself but you guys were really really doing great things. I is a couple times. Just give us a quick summary. But what's happened. Charlie on jump in store It's it's been interesting road navigating a a world that we That we never expected or or weren't prepared for but We opened on july eighth. We reopened the business and we kind of phased in everything on our menu So shortly after we open we first treatment only in than we opened the restaurant. Then we started Day passes in now will fully open at a at a lower acidy and things of going well feels like we're were back albeit just just a a lower passing Would you say yeah. I think that's right. I mean i think you know. Nobody knew it was going to happen when they are announcing. This is going back to the summer announcing different phases and they announced phase three which we fell into. 'cause we do obviously personal services like massage and so forth opening early july and we idea where the market was We have no idea what the appetite was for. People will do feel comfortable coming to a bath house but we said you know we have to have courage right now from head to move things forward as soon as possible as soon as legally possible We didn't have customers radio. Show up we didn't have our stop comfortable with it. But there is a feeling i think both and i were aligned on which was like In these moments kind of find out who you are and as a business and as people when you kind of have to you have to try and can't just kind of high from reality. No matter how intimidating or uncertain it is and in hindsight you know we really made the right choice. I feel strongly about We've seen other people. Industry still not able to open in every day. That goes by. You know you'll lose engagement with your audience. We would lose you lose your staff you know. We one of our biggest challenges recruiting amazing therapist. It's a very tough market. There's undersupplied in great massage therapist. Because they won't wear masks or or defeated before before this evil. New york's new york state is the most Has the highest requirements in terms of licensing to become a massage therapist twice the country has except for strangely nebraska. The us in nebraska are are the ones And i think the markets massively undersupplied and there's a lot to make a lot of money and there's a lot of opportunities for there's a lot is really competitive more independent people that like i know my building people. They have people that they they people and we have preset optional. This coming to give you your bahrain downstairs and our jim is is it because of that or is it just. The state makes it too difficult to find people at that or ireland. It's it's so we are competing obviously with stuff like apps and also for talent and also like private practice right like a lot of experience therapists their clients they deliver fifteen twenty years in the business And then just undersupply. There's just there's just like a lot more. Spas physical therapy clinics apps. You know hotels spas and And then we have extremely high standards so you know we all going to hire one out of ten anyway because with the best of the best so it would have an optimal said hibernate. One timer three sleep well so like on the weekends we would have on saturday. We would have like twenty. They're doing three days a week each so we build the whole the whole calendar al. You're looking at like thirty. Plus can be working at any given time. Obviously one up to ten seven rooms but three of those rooms have too bad for couples right so you really have six tables and then we have scrubs esa titians so which is like a less competitive market right. So we've had it's been easier to recruit Really grass intentions massage therapist. We put a lot of work into that and we will put a lot of work into keeping happy and and that team and training. It's like a huge loss and development and We have super high retention but people are by biggest fear. I think for both of us was. We're gonna lose our team. We put so much into our team and They all for the most part with a few that moved away The different options because of the pandemic but by mars. They all came back some excited to be back some terrified but we all got through it. And the other thing that you know jason touchdown there was really learning curve for us. Is you know if you look at the market firm size therapist or ellen is the abbreviation in the top tier allen. Four which were really going after is actually buried very shallow. It's even more shallow than So you know if you have a hundred l. is in the market only two or three of those are really really great and then the rest of the talent pool is very shallow at the top and then there's a lot of very mediocre there is out there so you know it's been difficult for us because we're retargeting this. Very small percentage of the market in the beyond that the people who really are talented. A lot of them are in private practice or stable belts so he eats. It's difficult to recruit back theft. Just incredible concepts especially hit. You know brooklyn or new york city anywhere. I mean most you think of a thousand. There's always some connotation of being unclean or on cap back as you know the these are the things that existed or just going to get individual servers. You guys kind of put a lot together. I had to come up with division. How did you guys meet. And you're i know you can have different backgrounds out. There aren't in this industry Give us all around travel..
"talmadge" Discussed on KOMO
"Common news time. 705 ART Sanders. TOP Local stories from the Comb over. 24 7 News center. First day of Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Cockney Barrett in Washington, D C former states Court. Justice and Democratic State Senator Phil Talmadge tells coma. He thinks it'll be a partisan decision. The committee's might isn't going to change. It's going to be voting on put non partisan lines more likely than not. To center full her nomination to the full Senate for consideration. And there. The Senate's likely to Ah adopted Tom, which says Democrats may try to delay a vote. But he thinks their options are limited. Students along you Tubbs Greek row continue to come down with covert 19 Almost Kelly Blair has the latest number Hugh Dubs, says 238 people in there. Sororities and fraternities have tested positive for covert 19. That's an increase of 60 cases in the last week. The outbreak involves 10 sororities and six fraternities out of a 45 chapter system. During a press conference last week, Governor Endsley Express frustration over the behavior of those along Greek row that he says is exposing all of us to great risk. Overall, the university has seen 614 Corona virus cases. 538 involving students and 76 involving faculty and staff. Kelly Blier Coma News University of Washington president Ana Marie Calc a says the Huskies are doing better than the coup's when it comes to voting on while the Apple Cups still lies ahead of us. Our student athletes already beat the coup's Voter registration with 100% of our eligible student athletes in football and basketball registering. She says that earlier this year, the Carnegie Foundation recognized all three UW campuses for high levels of community engagement. Channel, City Council member Shama Sawada has to judge to stop a recall effort against her almost Sue Romero tells us today, the judge said no King County Superior Court Judge Jim Rogers denied so wants motion to reconsider a recall against her. The petition filed by a citizen who says so want has quote lost touch with her district Judge Rogers stated that there is enough actual evidence to allow it. The complaints against the want include that she violated the law and her official authority when she opened City Hall to protesters in June and When she let him march to the home of Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan in August. See Romero Comeau News, who have not heard back from Seattle City Council members. So what's office in response to the story? Renewed calls for a special session of the state legislature. Republican lawmakers air again demanding the governor called them back to Olympia to deal with the massive budget shortfall. That's the result of covert 19 pandemic. State Senator Shelly Short, even governor lock their back then had priorities of government lunch times were tough or we were dealing with situations. You know, we worked through that. Why can't we do that? Now? Why should we be afraid of the governor's office says a special session is unnecessary is economic fork. Castes are improving, and the regular session begins in less than three months. Scientists on the hunt for murder hornets say another tech improvement will get them closer to finding a nest that comas Ryan Harris tells us they need to find them quickly. State agriculture officials say they were able to put in Elektronik tracker on a live Asian giant Hornet, this time by using dental floss to tie it on. They were able to track her for a while before she got too far and the signal was lost. But managing entomologists friend speech, Sugar says they were able to get an initial direction of the flight. We were able to get a few more eyewitness accounts of seeing Hornets earlier the week before or earlier in the summer, and so we're starting to narrow down exactly where the Hornet nest ISS that is in that area species, ER says. That's why Of three potential nests one possible near Birch Bayh and what they believe is a third nest because the Hornet scene in downtown Blaine is too far from the others. He says. They need to find them soon because breeding season is about to start and they're afraid attacks on honeybee hives or next Brian Harris camo News Bellevue police officers Okay after a driver attempted to run him over during a traffic stop, investigators say it happens Sunday. When the suspect turned his car around and spend directly at the officer. The officer was able to get out of the way, but the car took off. Eventually crashed in Renton, where the driver and the passenger were arrested. Apparently the pastor was wanted for residential burglary, Coma news time 7 10 and from the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk Monday night Football underway right now, third quarter And the Chargers ahead of the Saints, 20 to 10 exhausted Seahawks fans are thankful the team has a bye week. Details from comas Bill Schwartz. No question The Twelves could use a break more than the players after the Seahawks eked out. Another nail biter come from behind 27 26 victory against Minnesota. Russell Wilson Engineering a 94 yard touchdown drive in the closing minutes. After 1/4 and one stopped by the defense coach Pete Carroll says the team practices for those major change place all the time. Sometimes guys were drinking Gatorade over there. They're, you know, they're talking about the game, and then all of sudden Saying something happens and so we want to get him all reconnected. And so we've been doing that in practice that for a long time, the Hawks are off to their first five and, Oh, start ever They get a bye week Now, with coach reminding everybody avoid Risky Cove in 19 places. The Atlanta Falcons promoted defensive coordinator Raheem Morris after firing head coach Dan Quinn and a pair of baseball championship playoffs continue in San Diego. Tampa Bay Rays held off Houston forwarded to and go up to wins to love in the best of.
"talmadge" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Him and back main dishes Johnson go from Hampton math and it is what do we do let me I'm sorry I get a frustrated not when you know we had a situation when asked about you can because I'm having trouble hearing I do apologize live from the basement Joe Biden the only other read up on some of those friends friends that he had in the Senate in the nineteen seventies James Eastland for Mississippi and how much from the Russell more than Talmadge but also Talmadge and I was just reading up on Talmadge Eugene Talmadge the father of Herman Talmadge is the guy he served with in the Senate the F. B. I. in nineteen in in nineteen forty six investigates suspicions that a three term governor of Georgia this was the father of widespread sanctioned the murders of two black couples it was a lynching to sway rural white voters during a tough election campaign that was in nineteen forty six it's called it read up on it if you're not doing anything this weekend Moore's Ford bridge the lynchings at Moore's Ford bridge and that's you know put an end by just talking about how we can get along with these guys okay great you can get along with them and now he says he now we want to take the black vote for granted eight four four five hundred up forty two forty two so I'll add that I'd mentioned this earlier but just let me just read you this this is so classic Friday afternoon dump FBI director Wray opens internal review what the how bureau handled Michael Flynn case again it's Memorial Day weekend Friday afternoon late Friday afternoon F. B. I. director this is the statement from the FBI FBI director Christopher Wray today the Friday before Memorial Day in the afternoon ordered the bureau's inspection division to conduct an after action review of the Michael Flynn investigation you don't say what what a convenient timing then you wonder why people say what the hell is Christopher Wray still doing as the F. B. I. director Gary here next with highway cargo had Gary Gary I'm in the north and in an undisclosed location I'm actually working believe it or not not in my restaurant in a restaurant yeah I did not going to stand up there yesterday I had a an illegal hair cut okay his shame on you I'm not HA what I and I do want to say I representative Jones that was just done with actually inspirational wonderful and I want to if you're listening I want to make sure he knows that but my big issue that's going on now is the deal with Matt how it because several weeks ago Dr Paul he said all the masks aren't going to work.
"talmadge" Discussed on Espionage
"Two hundred men crouched silently waiting for the order to attack their prey. Were a few hundred feet away. It was a continental army encampment. The sleepy soldiers gathering around the morning fire were under the command of Major. Benjamin Talmadge Talmadge was one of General George Washington's right hand men. His capture would make tarleton famous and easily earned him a promotion. He turned to his men and silently raised his sword above his head and he swung the sabre down giving the signal to attack. The British Raider swiftly moved into the Patriot. Camp talmadge burst out of his tent. Sword drawn while his soldiers took up their muskets and fired the shots and clanging swords. Got the attention of the local. Patriot militia who quickly joined the fray and flank the British. This wasn't going Tarleton had planned. He saw his window for escape closing and ordered a retreat. As his dragoons pulled back they stole a dozen horses. The continental soldiers cheered as the redcoats vanished into the trees. Talmadge took stock of the damage they had left behind. Tana's men were dead and his personal horse was among those taken not bad but then talmadge is blood ran cold. He realized his saddlebags were still on his horse. The bags contained letters from General George Washington that named Patriots spies in New York City. Now the British had those names and their locations. If they captured the New York agents Washington's entire spy network could be compromised and without the intelligence coming in from the British stronghold the colonies would likely lose.
Fashion & Film
"Episode actually has been on my mind since our very first season and it combines both my passion and my career because today we talk about fashion and film and we actually thought this was a particularly fitting episode with which to launch season three seeing as it's February. WNYC which is an eventful month for fashion in film. We are currently in the midst of course of the International Fashion Week Circuit and the Ninety Second Academy Awards Air. Just this is past Sunday February ninth. Not that I've seen many of the Oscar contenders this year. But let's be honest. I mainly tune in to see what everyone is wearing. Yes exactly the same. Although I did watch rock man last night which I know I loved. You're so so on costumes. Were amazing. Customer agree on that yet and we actually got to see a couple of them in in person when we were in L. A.. Recently which was very cool but the Oscars is definitely one of fashion industries. Highlights of the year. You know. I think it's safe to say that. What celebrities as where to this star centered? Event is just as exciting as the awards. Show itself and I'm sure many of our listeners will be joining us in watching the pre show coverage where where we will get an up close and personal look at all the glamour shirt to be on display on this year's red carpets and speaking of red carpet April you and I both. It's had our very first red carpet experience last month when we attended the iheartradio podcast awards. Yes and I will have to. I have to say getting ready for that stuff. Takes a really long time. I had no idea. We're inheriting makeup literally. Our it was very fun. Yeah it it was very fun so you're going to hear a little bit more on our first fashion history mystery of the season where we talk about all things red carpet including our favorite picks from this year's red carpet and an interview with Bronwyn cosgrave. Who is the author of the book made for each other which is an in-depth behind the scenes? Look at the history the of red carpet fashion so the Academy Awards dates back all the way to the nineteen twenties but the first films are being made as far back as the eighteen ninety s so the movies being produced ladies for over one hundred and twenty years you know. I think we should probably preface this episode by saying this is only intended as an overview of very huge topic like Jain enormous topic. Yeah I mean it's so big that we've chosen to focus almost entirely on the relationship between fashion as as it relates to American Hollywood films and for the most part I mean there will be a few exceptions and even by narrowing our discussion. There are still so many fascinating winning stories and players involved with a subject that it is impossible to cover them all in one episode. And that is why we are bringing you to yes and as you said. Casas is a huge topic and there are many different angles which we could look at the intersections of fashion and film. Historically of course the most obvious one is the depiction of fashion in film and that is fashionable clothing as costume worn by characters in support of the visual narrative of any given plot and this fashionable clothing can be worn both in contemporary films. Those intended to be set within the time in which their audience are living now currently when interviewing them and also period films film set in the past so clothing and fashionable clothing at that is one of the most vital production elements in selling link any given period in history it is very central to the quote unquote look of a specific time and place and we have to give many a costume designer props further further historical accuracy over the years but April. I think you would agree that present day fashion is a pretty powerful force and even the best designers have been guilty of implementing unconsciously or not contemporary beauty and fashion aesthetics into their period costumes. So if you look at any number of the westerns from the nineteen sixties for instance instance set in the late nineteenth century. But I can't even tell you how many heating ladies in these films are costumed with bouffant hairstyles eyeliner. They're so good. You know not to mention that these electric colors of their bustle gowns so fashion in film and we're using the term film today because while the majority of the movies were talking about where filmed on film so fashion and film have been inextricably linked since the earliest days of cinema. The I motion picture films were produced at the end of the nineteenth century by the first decade of the twentieth film production had fast evolved into a mass entertainment industry tree. Hollywood obviously as we all know in Los Angeles California was epicenter and the home to over seventy studios and counting by nineteen fourteen and prior to the advent of film. Theatre was a hugely popular form of spectator entertainment. And it was thanks to this medium that that female audiences had long been accustomed to viewing their favorite theater actresses and the clothes they wore as the latest word and chic and and actresses wore high fashion on an off stage and we'll heralded as fashion icons in newspapers. Fashion Magazines and film would prove no different different with its bevy of Silverscreen starlets who would capture the admiration of millions of women audience goers all across the country so with the film industry fast on the rise in the early twentieth century. We see the debut of the first film Fan Magazines such as photo play and Motion Picture magazine. And both of these magazines presented actresses as this fashion trendsetters. And you WANNA go down a rabbit hole. You can go to media history project dot org forward slash fan magazines because they have a huge archive five of keyword searchable magazines on there. So have a blast so far but it will it will take up an entire afternoon. Photo play even had a regular column dedicated to fashion which often featured full-body photographs of actresses so as to best display their entire gowns printed in black can white though. These photographs were accompanied by text. That really detailed the gowns color and fabric for the enquiring reader actress Norma talmadge was featured so often in the fashion section in a photo play that she was even named fashion editor for a short time in nineteen twenty by emphasizing the dress and appearance of these early film stars. These he's magazines played a pivotal role in establishing film actresses as fashion icons. But you may be wondering who was dressing them today. We're all accustomed to the important role the costume designer and Costume Department and Film and Television Production. Obviously what would Miss Marvelous. Mrs Mazel be without Donna and her talented team of assistance. Cutters fitters Taylor shoppers. dyers agers the list. There are a lot the people helping out on those productions. Let's just say Oh. Yeah but actually in the earliest days of cinema. There was no such thing as a costume designer and thus no costume department dedicated educating to produce in costumes for a specific movie so according to costume designer and historian Deborah Landis in her book dressed century of Hollywood costume design. She's actually written quite extensively on the history of Hollywood design. So you're going to hear her name. Come up quite a bit so according to Deborah Producer Adolph Zuqar and director. D W Griffith were among the first to recognize the importance of and need for the professional costume designer. And this was in the nineteen ten's but we still do not see standardization cassation of the costume designer and department until the nineteen twenties so prior to this actors and actresses were largely expected to provide their own wardrobes for contemporary foams. With many I mean those who could actually afford it. I suppose many of these people work directly with their favorite fashion designers to create their specific onscreen. Looks for instance. Paul Poiret as you all know who we adore and love. He designed the period costumes for acclaimed actress. Sarah Bernhardt in the nineteen twelve French film. The loves of Queen Queen Elizabeth. It does not surprise us at all. That far was among the very first fashion designers to embrace the new medium of film as a way to extend. His influence is an advertise his brand although he would never admit it. Of course big neither would contemporary lady Lucille Duff Gordon. Who designed the gallons for the leading ladies for over twenty films between Nineteen Fourteen and nineteen twenty two starting with the perils of Pauline starring? Pearl White I love that AH film And in April nineteen eighteen vote dedicated to page spread to Lucille designs for actress Clara Campbell Young and the Nineteen nineteen eighteen film. The reason why which was written by Lucille sister the famed novelist turned screenwriter. Eleanor Glynn thanks to there's well known collaborations nations. I mean. Is it any wonder that Motion Picture magazine declared that quote motion picture actresses where the latest modes and they declared this in its September nineteen fourteen issue. The article goes on to say that quote women revel in the style of gown much better in the picture show than she can in the pages of some fashion journal but this brings up a very very interesting point April because we all know how quickly fashion can change and what was in fashion when you're designing and then shooting a film while it might have changed I by the time. The film was released six months to a year later. Case in point Lucille's designs for Clara in the reason why might have been presented by vogue as the latest fashions nineteen eighteen. But I know at least one of those designs came straight from her nineteen seventeen collections. Clair West one of the very first screen credited costume designers address address. This very issue in an interview with women's wear daily in December nineteen nineteen according to her fashionable film costumes reproduced thanks to new fashion forecasting which is fascinating. She goes on to say quote. It is particularly difficult to dress characters for the screen when one considers that the close not only must be up to date but they must be several months head of style and you know by designing for the future Claire and other costume designers designers of this time really consider themselves both costume and fashion desires case in point one month prior women's wear daily had interviewed West about the influence silence of Hollywood on fashion in an article titled Motion Pictures To Create New Fashion Center and at the time West was under a seven year contract with the picture and distribution distrubution company. lasky famous players company. Soon to be known as a name. Some of you may recognize paramount pictures quote as for the role which motion pictures plays plays and fashion resort. In Miss West opinion there is no limit West oversaw the designing and making of costumes for the entire film company. So this is no oh small order and she did this in a three story building devoted entirely to costume production just to give you an idea of the size of this costume. Department West fulltime fulltime team consisted of sixty five women including five flower makers ten designers. Numerous seamstresses to Taylor's staff hairdressers. There's a number of assistance quote in this way said West. We have the ideal conditions under which fashions should be created and created. Is the keyword right here because they were not buying you know off the rat clothing cast for both period and contemporary films. The majority of the clothes seen on the stars in Hollywood films were produced made to measure for them in
"talmadge" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"So here's how it's having thoughts. I mentioned a moment ago that they're playing this clip of me talking about Alexander. You'll. And her ridiculous claim that Trump illegal immigration detention centers are concentration camps. Play in the bite, and then a symbol panel discussions. So here we have to bites this is take your pick. The one we have here is Harris. Faulkner does afternoon. Her program out numbered overtime. And she's got the Royal director of the daily caller in their vents. Collines. To comment about her take and might take. So here's the first night, conservative radio host, Rush Limbaugh is arguing Neta Causey Cortez may be addicted to attention or worse. I think this woman gets off tweaking people on our side. I don't think she means this four, I think she's just having fun. Watching people blow up if she does believe it, then she's so stupid that has nothing to do about it. But I think there is a part of her that just can't go a day without getting noticed, right? There's really cut and dry. I mean. Harmless little analysis. Here's Harris Faulkner runaway does not like me. So keep that in mind as you listen to this, that hears her taken, and she throws into the daily caller editorial director, Vince Collines arrogance, great sec-, boy, that's quite a binary decision between either you are misinformed or thirsty or stupid. Yeah. No. I mean Cortez clearly craves attention and the Democratic Party doesn't actually not handle, she's a bit of a mascot for their party. So they don't really want to attack her. She's well liked on the left and she's definitely lows on the right as kind of the worst case scenario of a young liberal. And every time she opens her mouth, you obviously have people in the right to attack her. And that's why the left oftentimes closes ranks around her. Why is that not the same thing? That's exactly what I'm saying. She craves the attention than it gets her. She loves tweaking us. Emma. She really thinks that if she really thinks we're running concentration camps. That's just stupid. There's, there's no other way to describe it. I didn't say thirsty. I said stupid. And she made be thirsty. I have no idea. But I didn't say that she's either tweaking us or. What you hear him say here ya? She craves attention democrat party to know how to handle it. She's a bit of a mascot. You can call a woman, a mascot now. I guess, so anyway, it's great to have you back here, folks again, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two. If you wanna be on the program. Joe Biden has double down on his love for and appreciation for the segregationists, senators James, Eastland, and Herman Talmadge now. This is another exercise in a point that I make there is a host and MSNBC, whose name is Casey hunt. And she's talking about this. She's reporting the story yesterday. Except when it came time to identify the party of the two segregationists senators that Joe Biden was telling everybody he loved, she called them. Republicans. Casey hunt called segregationist Democrats Republicans yesterday when referencing Joe Biden's remarks about civility with segregationists in the Senate. She said still to come Joe Biden references his relationships with to former Republican colleagues at an event in New York City. Now, I don't know how old Casey hunt is I'd never heard of her until I saw the story. I don't watch MSNBC and that's not because I am getting lazy with show prep. It's more still need to that's one of those networks, you know, exactly what's going to happen without turning it on. You know exactly what kind of inanity an insanity you're going to get without turning it on. So there's one of two things at work here. Maybe three either. This woman Casey, haunt knows these segregationists are Democrats and is just lying. Or she doesn't know that they're Democrats. But because they are segregationists that automatically makes them Republicans. Now not long ago. This is the kind of mistake that would get you, an F in journalism school. This is the kind of mistakes, that would really be a difficult one to overcome in the old days of journalism, this kind of glaring mistake could get you fired. But not in today's journalism because the calculation here is well, if some people think they're Republicans. That's okay, because the Republicans are racist, the third option is she knows they're Democrats. But because the conservative this branding has been so successful over the years. The labeling conservatives racist, Republicans racist sexist Bigalow, so complete that she just automatically of sushi. Sees the word. Segregation has to mean they're Republican, and that's equally possible to. But you're saying, rush, she's a journalist she supposed to be educated. She supposed to know the different not anymore that doesn't matter. It is a what journalists you, they, it's journalism that's being used on. Joe Biden on good Morning America. And now the New York Post paid six it is not journalism. They're not doing journalism reporting, these scandals on Biden journalism would have been reporting it the minute, you find out about it, but they didn't innate couldn't because it would have been bad for Obama. If they were actually doing journalism, they would report it on Biden and his kid and the comms and Ukraine years ago when it was discovered. Like when Hillary was running for president for a third Obama term. In a regime that did not have a whiff of scandal under Obama and Biden, they're both that they're saying the one thing we're most proud of. Is the Obama Biden administration didn't have a whiff of scandal? That's out the window. Now, now, we've got a gigantic yet, but the point is, this is not journalism. This is wrong activism, this is the media deciding that Biden is not good enough to be the democrat nominee. This is the media deciding he's gotta go. If is not journalism by the same token, this, babe. Casey hunt calling these two Democrats senators Republicans, the odds are she doesn't even know they're Democrats. Is my guess? Because I think education today is so Insperity injured new journalism. Education has to have a heavy emphasis on history. And you can't convince me that any of these people practicing journalism, they have the first understanding of history. Unless it's Watergate, unless it some scandal, they were able to get rid of Republicans know that one backwards and forwards. But otherwise, it's irrelevant. So my vote is that she either doesn't know. That these two segregation senators were Democrats or she does know but. She's just so used to and saw accustomed to racists, being Republicans because that's what she's heard growing up that they must be Republican. Herman Talmadge was a big time democrat in Georgia from nineteen fifty seven and nineteen Eighty-one James Eastland was from Mississippi. Nineteen forty three the nineteen seventy eight Herman Talmadge was a critic of the civil rights movement. Fact we've got. We went back, I want you to hear humming, some of you in this on may not be old enough for me not be paying attention back into remember, Herman Talmadge. So we're gonna flash back here to Joe Biden's. Good, buddy. This is April fourteenth nineteen fifty four. The name of the show on CBS lawn. Chroma scope. One jeans. They made clocks and watches. They were the sponsor Longines chronic scope, then governor Herman Talmadge said this about his desire to keep Georgia's schools segregated invite people in the south, and also the negroes in the south wanted left loan, adopt what my state would do, so they had to maintain segregation, we intend maintain separate schools in Georgia runway on another come, what may supreme court of the United States suddenly handed down a decision it you could no longer worship. You'll God in these United States as you saw fit. You can imagine the consternation pay off the term, all the excitement that would create any decision to outlaw segregation in the common schools in the southern states would amount of same thing. Joe biden's. Good money, Herman television. He didn't change. That's nineteen fifty four he didn't change much through the nineteen seventies until he was defeated, but Biden strong down. Double down love this guy, social, and violence Furthermore, signal Herman was right about something bussing didn't work. Bussing was one of the first techniques used to segregate the schools. I'm sure you all remember that people were bust, forty five minutes kids were bussed forty five minutes an hour away. After parents and moved into a neighborhood because of the schools here came the federal government with this mandatory busing program, sending kids hours, forty five minutes away to a different school. So the schools could be integrated ending segue. It didn't work and Biden was out there, not up until not that long ago, claiming none of this stuff ever worked this stuff is all coming back to bite him now. And that's why his is doubling down on. Let's look. Let's listen Biden greatest racist hits. Somebody seven eight nine here here is Biden two thousand six Manchester New Hampshire in Delaware. The largest growth in population is Indian American movie from India. You cannot go to a seven eleven Dunkin donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent, not much. Now, when when Joe said that reaction just Joe. Come on. Nothing to see here. That's just Joe being Joe. They sit every gaffe here is Joe Biden January thirty first two thousand seven on the New York observer website talking about Barack Hussein. Oh,.
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"The latest from all the big story. Of the day. We'll even talk about the new soccer team coming to San Diego and everything else. That's moving out there. It's the Brentwood show today starting at three AM seven sixty talk and breaking news. What percentage of Americans hate mornings? Ninety five percent say they mornings I wouldn't say that alive. I don't like getting up predom- every day, but I love morning. Judy's out of town. And so I've got to take my dog out in the morning and feed him and the rest of it before I come to work predawn hours. This morning. We got side and he starts tearing around the yard like Satan himself on his heels. Just running running and jumping leap in his could be a little late for work this morning. But is funny to watch maybe saw vision, Mark Zuckerberg chasing got five steps to tune two to five to turn yourself into a morning person all a bunch of stats on that coming up. Wait a minute. Go to hell the bed earlier. And I'm talking to me. Idiot news now. Joe Biden remains defiant, despite a lot of criticism from fellow Democrats over comments, he made it a fundraiser about his relationships with two noted democratic senators who are also avowed, segregationist democratic senators James Eastland of Mississippi and Herman Talmadge of Georgia Biden, saying at that gathering, I was in a caucus with James o Eastland. He never called me Voy always called me son, and he called Talmadge. What are the meanest guys I ever knew? But at least there was some civility, we got things done. We didn't agree on much of anything but we got things done. We got to finish but today, you look at the other side in your the enemy not the opposition. The enemy we don't talk to each other anymore. Those comments causing an outburst from other twenty twenty democratic rivals Corey, though the core of his message is one hundred percent correct. Absolutely, that we don't talk about with each other anymore, and we consider everybody the enemy if they disagree with us. I will grant you. The people chose we're now choice in that he never called me. Voy part is just inexplicable just carbos making the point this morning on morning Joe. And I thought it was a good one. He chose the most disgusting of the people purpose to make the point. Look, these are the worst these two guys and I work with them. Right. Because that's the way it works. You have to do it. Why he decided to say the guy never called me? Boy, your white. It's a black thing. So that what, what are you talking about? And this layered set of questions, here, whether his major point was correct as it was a wonderful point. And I'm glad he made it but another question is Joe, Joe Biden any good at running for president the answer's no. Bad at it. He should have explained why he cited those people. He shouldn't have done. The boy thing just as just bad. Now, the other candidates are pretending offense and just trying to gain their make hey, Cory Booker demanding Biden apologize, which and told reporters is something that he's not going to do Korea should apologize. He knows better not a racist bone in my body. I've been involved in civil rights, my whole career period. Period, period. I'll tell you I like that. You get called a racist near not a racist. No. You need to apologize for calling me a rice, est. People get away with that all the time if I was advising job. Because everybody's terrified defend themselves. You. Curl into the fetal position whimper and beg for mercy. If I was inviting Joe Biden, I'd say, listen to 'cause I call him dude. Very I would say, listen say, I probably could have phrased it better, but my point was obvious and don't go around calling people racist, just because you're trying to tear me down. This is the ugly politics. We need to get away from turn it into a positive step on the gas on this positive, Sean. Do you have that the stuff about Cory Booker are that Tucker Carlson was talking about last night? I mean, listen, I have no problem with somebody speaking on other people's behalf because that's a lot of what politics are even call him a Representative. But Cory Booker will play the oppressed card pretty regularly. And this is pretty interesting. We have not yet truly acknowledged grappled with racism, and white supremacy, that has tainted this country's founding continues to persist in those peop- racial disparities in the. Yeah. Standing by in three to one, and so in a Saint country, that's the point at which the entire room would burst out laughing when Senator Booker said that precisely because of his title really Senator Booker. Quite booker's parents, highly paid IBM executives who grew up in a rich white neighborhood. By the way, he attended Stanford. They had a Rhode scholarship. What's Ocsar, then he got it logged from Yale is currently Senator from New Jersey, the win reelection pretty easily twenty twenty six jersey is one of the richest states in this country. Second. I think it's also majority white. So if white supremacy where a huge problem in America hobby, Cory Booker become a Senator. And yet, somehow he did America's given Cory Booker amazing opportunities precisely because it's not the hateful place. He pretends, it is Cory Booker is one of the most privileged people in the world. He's living proof. You know, I think that is a brilliantly made point. And that's not the say there's no racism or people aren't victimized in. We have to fight for Justice because we have to portray the American people as some sort of diseased organ of white supremacy is, is just wrong. It's morally wrong end. It's just dumb. I would say this desktop with Joe Biden. It's been good for Cory Booker, because he's not in the top. Tier democrats. He's in that second group of like, are you going to get to stay in the race? And here he is being put in a conversation with the guy who's thirty some points. I head of him. Went for him. Yeah. The founder of an upscale upstate rather New York, sex cult has been found guilty on all charges in federal court. Keith Raniry, the head of Nexium convicted of racketeering, sex trafficking forced labor and child pornography. Is now facing the life in prison. US attorney, Richard Donahue telling reporters this trial has revealed that Rene who portrayed himself as a savant and genius was, in fact, a massive manipulator, conman, and the crime boss of a cult like organization he was a monster. You get into a lot of the particulars and what the women were subjected to physical tortures patient and branding. And, and, you know, systematic rape. I mean at the point that somebody has the Stockholm syndrome star. I mean that's right. Yeah. Well, he's the bad guy. Here their victims. For for stuff like that. You know, it's a personality type. I think people just they lack the wait a minute. This is blank up. Gene, just fall for. I don't know. Turns out your sport speaker might soon be able to tell if you're having a heart attack researchers at the university of Washington developing artificial intelligence, that can detect audio cues of cardiac arrest, the system developed using nine one one call samples containing the breathing. Sounds that come with cardiac arrest. Wow. You're shaker will be able to pick up on those. I'm trying to not get short of breath and chest pains listening to this. That's really interesting. And if the speaker picks up on these they'll call nine one one if there's no response. Sex, breathing sounds the same as your heart attack breathing automatically dialed nine one paramedics watching. Hey sorry. Folks, you know go on as you were. This. Say firefighters. Vailable to consumers scientists there at the you created a company to commercialize the technology. Applaud the police here. Nine one one because you had heart attack breeding. Putting on my shoe. Difficult to put on my shoes. News. I'm Marshall Phillips star, you're getting show that conscience, then nation. A number of people have said this in the last twenty four hours that the whole Biden thing just shows how old is I don't know. I mean you do have to be fairly old have been in the Senate for a long time to have worked with out and proud segregationists. And it's been a while, since that was a thing, right? I mean, it's we make jokes about Diane Feinstein, having dated James k Polk. This is like a real life. What was in the Senate with people that ran on segregation? Yes. Yes. That's standing. One. Yeah. He's just he's not good at it. Okay. If not him who? Younger. Sean positive, Sean, single issue, voter the age of the candidate must be under seventy. Who knows if I were a betting man. Wait a minute. I am a betting man if I were a betting man. Oh, Trump, the incumbent. Well, somebody's going to run against him. Okay. Are the. Kamla and mayor Pete had not necessarily in that order. That'd be a tough ticket. Checking a lot of boxes Jack and all about, I'd say, so, Thomas soa lose a philosopher, thinker a writer and a proud black man on the question of reparations for slavery. His words and what else I had some. Oh, yeah. Becoming a morning person. Oh, yes. Ninety five percent of people hate mornings, according to this, or at least struggle through them paid for by my pillow or something. Yeah. Yeah. Crash on the fifteen south via Rancho Parkway. It's the left lane. That's blocked with this one traffic third, the gym up right around fella Sita to.
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"The vice presidential running mate for the clean guy. The first art ticket black guy to come along in the mainstream. The auto just a little while ago. Katy Tur Katie to cater on MSNBC where she identified the two segregationist democrat senators that Joe Biden was referring to. I'm sorry. It's Casey hunt. What's the difference, aren't they the same person? Go to the same school where the same clothes have the same hairdo. It's a do. Yes. A lunch bucket Joe yesterday. Tell you about his old pals in the Senate, democrat, Mississippi Senator James o Eastland, segregationist racist democrat democrat, from Georgia Herman Talmadge, segregationist racist democrat news talk about how you used to work with them, and how they got things done. And his point was that he disagreed. These people on a lot of these things, we don't know which things but his point was that in, in Joe's defense because he's honestly is being unfairly maligned by his own party. And I'm kind of a fan of what's true, rather than just everything's kind of fun to watch them taking bites out of him. But nevertheless, he was making a point that is guys that they're Democrats on Amazon caucus, but he disagreed with a me was saying, anyway, wink, wink, and all this segregationist stuff. But still he was able to work with them. So the news media then converts that to he was working across the aisle. That's what the democrat. Tried on me last night on the Fox News channel. It didn't work on me, but it's been working in pretty much every show and every cable channel ever since. And what's her name Casey hunt? I keep calling your Katie Casey hunt. Had this. Do you have it right in front of their Casey hunt said this last night, silicon Joe Biden, references his relationships with to former Republican colleagues at an event in New York City, the only problem they were both segregationists, there were both Democrats, but she identified them as Republicans and then CNN invited on a New York Times reporter, a reporter from the New York Times was name as added w Herndon acid, w Herndon was on C N N the morning. And he also did the same thing. He identified the to democrat segregationist. Racists, senators that Joe Biden worked with because he's been in the Senate since shortly after the civil war and asset w Herndon. He went on his not Ivy league. He went to Marquette, and he he's a big New York Times reporter areas on CNN, and he again, it kind of slips it in that these Republican senators. So again, you watch MSNBC you read the New York Times, he walked CNN. They're lying to you and or getting it wrong constantly asked w Herndon point yesterday. Was that some of his advisers and even some of his supporters where little sock that the way he was cared to is those his relationship with those senators. And they've said, why if you wanna talk about bipartisanship? Why not mention other Republicans, not, not the kind of the most controversial of them. Yeah, they're Democrats. Honestly asked that w Herndon. Esta w Herndon oh, c k Dexter haven. Listen. S. A. W Herndon, maybe I should deliver brushing up before you go on television. Make yourself look on informed ignorant and silly silly you. But there it is. So that's the New York Times and CNN in one bundled package claiming that the two racist, segregationist senators who were Democrats claiming that they're Republicans. Then you've got MSNBC and Casey hunt shit, not Katie turbot, Casey hunt saying that they're to Republicans, because this is the news media. We have not the news media. We would like. I predict Coleman. His we're going to hear from Coleman. Here's the next couple of days. Now, Louie Gohmert, congressman Louie Gohmert, the Republican and I know Louie Gohmert a bit. And I think he's a hoot he's fun. He's funny. He has a good time being a member of congress. He's a former federal judge, and, and the news media hates him because he's got an exit kind of Texas accent, and they don't like that. They like New York accents, and San Francisco accents, whatever that is. And Louie Gohmert yesterday in the hearing said listen, we don't know, you know, apologize for the history of the democrat party. He threw it in because he has good time is telling the truth, and there is a lefty in there who is like, Mike, the live that called in earlier today and yells, you law at the congressman. That number when they're very upset that congressman yell you lie at President Obama, during the state of the union, when President Obama lied about illegal aliens, not being covered by ObamaCare. That was a lie and, and congressman yelled, you lie, and, and the news media became very, very upset. Well, here's a Louie Gohmert, pointing out the truth, and a lefty when he here's the truth. He yells, angrily disrupting a congressional hearing you lie. It is important that we know our history. And we not Harnish people today for this sense of their predecessors in the Democratic Party. But. I just stated all facts. And again, we have people who are denying history. Right. And that's the people are the democrat party and the news, media and academia, just to name, a few, honestly, that, that is grant you lie. But this is the Democrats go through life. The Republicans poison the water in Flint, Michigan Trump colluded with the Russians the mafia killed John F Kennedy. No, no, no, no, no. A communist shot. John F Kennedy in a leftist, a, fellow traveler, one of Bernie Sanders guys shot John F Kennedy in the head and killed him. That's what happened a commie K, and then the squeaky from she's, you know, she's a man tonight. I think she's a democrat voter. I'm pretty sure all the men, tonight's democrat voters, no doubt about it really. There was a. A good guy on the Fox News channel this morning. Christopher Harris is his name. He is also he's African American, and he was an Annie's with an organization called on hyphenated American or hunt on hyphen America. One of the other, and don't call me at african-amer. Don't come in Asian American don't call me a Mexican American where Americans that's his point. Right and Christopher Harris, who's a black guy is like, you know, honestly, are you people buying this stuff really black people in America? You're buying this democrat party stuff that they're going to secure cash money for you. And all you have to do is vote for them. You're really buying that Christopher Harris blindfolds, listen. I really want to tell you, it's not going to happen. They're treating you like Lucy treated. Charlie Brown pulling the football out from underneath them just before they promised gonna let you kick it this time. It's not going to happen. It is. Is not going to happen. It is not going to happen, and it's not because I wish it one way or the other by the way, trillions have been spent in social welfare programs, and then sign of -firmative action programs. Nowadays were all designed to be some form of reparation, and in reality, the, the, the, the safety net becoming a hammock has led to a new form of slavery, and that has total dependence on the state, which requires you or provides for a life where you live in squalor, and if squalor and government handouts is what you're looking for. Then the democrat party is the party for you. Honestly, just say that because that's because that's true. Lunch bucket. Joe yesterday. This is this is great stuff. The lunch bucket. Joseph, Joe Biden got himself in big trouble. The headline in the left wing rag called the politico, Biden faces backlash for citing his work with two segregationists as a sign of civility and Sarah. Come Arado no relation to the CNN different spelling. Former vice president, Joe Biden face a growing backlash on Wednesday for naming to southern segregationists senators as example of people with whom he had major disagreements but still, quote got things done within the Senate Biden site. You notice that they didn't mention there are Democrats. They're Biden cited late senators James Eastland of Mississippi and Herman e Talmadge of Georgia at a fundraiser in New York on Tuesday night to back up his claim that one of his greatest strengths was to bring people together you notice that they didn't mention that. They were Democrats again. I was in a caucus with James o Eastland Biden said briefly imitating, the Senator southern drawl that's racist, according to pool reports. He never called me. Boy, he always called me son. I well you're white. You know. I guess that would explain that he called tell Mitch one of the meanest guys he'd he ever knew. But said at least there was some civility regatta things done. We didn't agree on much of anything, Biden continued, but today, you'll look at the other side, and you're the enemy. Yeah, thanks. I think we notice that we don't talk to each other anymore. That's because you're Hitler and you're a deplorable irredeemable racist say, that's starting salvo with any democrat. He said, he knew many people in his party thought that attitude made him too old fashioned. No just too old to be the democratic nominee to take on President Donald Trump in twenty twenty. Well, guess what? He said, if we can reach a consensus in our system. What happens it encourages and demands the abuses of power by a president that doesn't make any sense, brain just went off the rails again. Now, I'm I'm standing by here for them to mention that these are two. Democrat senators and it hasn't happened yet. And now they're onto Cory Booker attacking already. Biden's remarks drew criticism, that gain steam Wednesday, Senator Cory Booker dimwit from New Jersey. That's what the D stands for who has made love and unity. A key message throughout his presidential campaign, that sounded better in its original Korean honestly, Cory Booker who has made RAV and unity key message throughout his presidential campaign. Yeah. Sure this is the politico, this is the kind of fluffing you get. When you're a democrat was one of the highest profile figures to come out against Trump. You don't joke about calling black men boys men, like James Eastland. Use word like use words like that. And the racist policies that accompanied them to perpetuate white supremacy, which is a standard of the democrat party and strict black Americans of our very humanity. Cory Booker said are very humidity. Then still the article is not. Mentioned that they're Democrats vice president Biden's relationships with proud segregationists are not the model for how we make America safer and more inclusive place for black people. And for everyone. Cory Booker wrote, hey, said that Biden is someone that he respects but Biden shouldn't use the southern senators as examples of people who brought unity to the country. Again, haven't mentioned that they're Democrats, Connie Schultz, columnist, whose husband Senator Sherrod Brown democrat of Ohio considered running for president in two thousand twenty wrote on Twitter. There is no punchline here. No emoji or funny Meam to soften the harm of your words. They think words harm, and that's why they need to be outlawed, whether you need to be Ben that segregationist never called you boy, because you're white..
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"Maybe I wasn't being completely honest. When I thanked Billy Talmadge for the company of her cats, their new kitten was a Cutie, and I could understand why billion Marcia had taken it in after neighborhood kids at beaten it. But the big calicoes took more than a few swipes at me and seem to think that the foam covers on the lapel mics were cat treats. The blackmail story that Billy shared with me wasn't the first night heard extortion under the threat of exposure was a persistent fear going way back you heard in our recent episode about Dr Magnus Hirschfeld how blackmail overshadowed gay life in Berlin and helped inspire him to found the first gay rights organization in the world back in eighteen ninety seven that fear of blackmail with something the early organizations in the US had to protect their members against he was one of the reasons so many people in the early movement here used pseudonyms. Billy mentioned the police scanning the first daughters of believes convention in one thousand nine hundred sixty th authorities had organizations like DO in the managing society under surveillance and one point the San Francisco police broke into and search the daughters headquarters and the FBI infiltrated job meetings and FBI report from nineteen fifty nine states that quote, the purpose of the DO be is to educate the public to accept the lesbian homosexual into society. That sounds about right. After we decided to feature on nine hundred eighty nine interview with Billy in this season of making a history we worked in finding out what had happened to her in the years since we came across an Email address for her primary caregiver Suzanne deacons and wrote to her the next day October twenty fourth two thousand eighteen Suzanne responded to us. Her Email said Billy Talmadge past this morning at seven twenty five AM Pacific time. He was a peaceful passing. Billy was a few weeks shy of her eighty ninth birthday, Suzanne who is also Billy's dear friend to five decades and her one time partner told us that when Billy's health began to climbing. She moved Billy to Portland, Oregon where Suzanne lives, and we're Billy spent the last five years of her life, a small community of friends fundraise for her and kept an eye on her. When I spoke with Suzanne, she said Billy had taken special pride in the fact that gay people could live so much more openly than when she was young. Her hard work had paid off. But as we all know, there's still plenty to do. Making a history is a team effort. Thank you to executive producer sour burning him and the rest of the making gay history crew producer Josh grin production coordinator in the Taya, social media producer. Daniel laurenco photo editor Michael Green. And our guardian angel generalized.
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"So I stormed down to the postmaster general in Oakland. And I said I want to talk to somebody about blackmail. And he said, what do you mean? And I said I wanna talk to somebody about a postal carrier who's trying to blackmail me. And he said my God in my jurisdiction, and I said, no the guy happens to be into coma. And he said just a minute. So he whilst me over to the postal inspector. And this was an education in itself. Because the postal inspector went all the way around the barn to say, you know, what was in this letter. Instead. Okay. Let me ask you this. He said does the word homosexuality. Enter the letter on said, yes, it's there. But I said, it's nothing that's wrong. And he said let me ask you this. Could my sixteen year old daughter read this letter would I allow her to and I said, yes, I said it would probably educator, but it would not harm her. And he said, well, the difficulty is is that this point of time. Nobody had ever did, you know, come up with any definition of what was pornography, and using the postal department in this regard was you know, tricky he said now again is there anything in this letter that could not be read in court. And I said, yes, it it'd be read in court, and I wouldn't be afraid for it to. I would be embarrassed perhaps. But I would not be afraid, and they said, okay, you let me handle this. The postal. Inspector in this in Oakland area. Contact the postal inspector in Tacoma area. And they landed the guy right smack on his ass. And and so what happened was he was the man was confronted with it. He confessed and he got three years in jail. He certainly did. Because the letter belongs to the writer jokes dropped in the post office box than it belongs to the government wants it is delivered. It is the sole property of the addressee and anybody tampering with it tampers with the federal government. And anybody trying to use such an item in a blackmail situation, it that has gone through the post office. Then they're the ones who have committed the crime not anybody else, and it becomes a federal crime. That's right. And he spent three years in prison ever hear from the beginning. What what an experience. Boy were. You got see I was angry. Okay. And this was this was the driving force. I think of of the very beginning of us in deal. Be we were angry with what of the injustices that we saw and our anger on those issues. Made is totally forget any fear. This is the only thing that that drove us. I know. Thank you. Your afternoon. The company of your cats..
"talmadge" Discussed on Making Gay History
"I'm still lately, and this was rough too because we wanted to bring people together and we wanted to to have convention, but we wanted to protect our people to we didn't want to put them in jeopardy and everything we did place them in jeopardy, and they knew that. They did know that. I don't you. Oh, sorry about that. Okay. I I'll give you an example. I was I had a threat of blackmail. And. Nikki nikki. Shorting. I had moved down from Seattle. And there was a very very, dear friend of mine. Still up there in the coma area. And I was working and had at this point of time. I was working for a drugstore chain. And was still I had to get my. Credential cleared. I had a couple of classes that I had to take to be certified in California. This is nineteen Fifty-three. Then anyway, shorting I had met this woman here in the bay area. And we liked very much. And I thought this was the perfect match for my friend and the coma. And so I started to communication between them and I matched. And I was good because they just celebrated their thirtieth anniversary. Visit a hell of a match. Yeah. I'm good. And. But I had written. This letter to Bonnie. Am into coma. And I you know, I didn't hear from her. What had happened was Bonnie had gotten the letter had read it this hurriedly and had gone on to work. And apparently as she went out the door. She dropped the letter and the postman picked it up. And the postman then because of my letter, which I had written on my company stationery. Knew my name my address, and where I work, and he knew from the letter that you were from the letter, obviously, it was that Vanni was to was gay and he proceeded to blackmail her. On the basis of if she didn't provide him what he wanted. Then he would see to it that I was blown all over the map. And I called her and. I knew something was wrong. I didn't know what she said. I can't talk about it. I can't talk about it on the phone. And I said I'm coming up there. And so I flew up there and found out what it was. And I said, you know, why in the hell did you go to the police? Why didn't you go to the post office? Why didn't you do something? She could not felt she couldn't because she said I wanna I wanna work with this. I it you know, it I think will be alright she says I think I can persuade him and talk to him. And I was livid I flew back the next day ahead to. But I was so angry. I wasn't fry. I was too angry to be frightened. So come Monday morning. I looked up FBI in the phone book. I don't know anything else. You know, FBI was what came to my mind. I took my lunch hour, and I stopped down to the FBI. There was no one home though, or was and the door happened to be the office happened to be the upstairs in the post office in Oakland..
"talmadge" Discussed on Making Gay History
"We had this chapter in Chicago. And two of our women were picked up and arrested on the streets for wearing fly front jeans, and they were arrested for impersonating males. And that's all that they had was blind front jeans. But they were arrested picked up and arrested as impersonating a man what could you do? Well, and help them to know their rights number one in most states you had to have more than one apparel. To be impersonation and to unless they were soliciting or anything doing something other than that other than the fly front chains. You know to call a good lawyers plead not guilty and demanded jury trial. You know, they had no women police on the forces and women when they were stopped or picked up or whatever, we're I'm I I know of one person predicting back one of our deal be people who was beaten, bloody pulp. By the police by the police, she was drinking and she was drunk, but she was beaten because she was a goddamn dyke, and that was quoted again, and again by the guy who was beaten here, did, you know, you sound very protective of your of the OB members. When you said, the keep the kids out of the bars sense of of great concern. We we had a lot of kids to see you had to be twenty one to be Indio bay. But we had a lot of seventeen year olds. And they would come and they would call, and they would try to you know, and and we couldn't touch them legally because that was one way that they could get us. Anti meaning they meaning the law because this then was still contributing to the delinquency of a minor. And that's was seven years. State pen. What could you do for the kids for the young ones? We had house parties. They were not they were not deal be things. We they did not drink. We would not let them drain. They had soda pop. The cokes. They knew. Let's see. My my first and foremost punch was education. And in any way, whatsoever that we could achieve this and first and foremost of our girls we had. We had one Gavin Java's session, for instance on on on. I can't remember what it was. But how to make a Butch to Dali or something weird? But how to show how to accommodate to a situation so accommodate in that regard. If the if the situation rose, for instance, in our first, our very first national convention that deal be hand we had it right here in San Francisco, and we had one woman who called us from Los Angeles area. She had been a subscriber in a member of deal be for several years would never met her would had lot of correspondence from. She had never been in a skirt and seventeen years should do. We have to wear skirts. And we said yes, you have to wear skirt. And so she went out and she bought one skirt. He had several different men's shirts to go with it. I didn't care about the shirts. Nobody else did. But she had to wear skirt. Why? Honey, the law was still on the books that you could be arrested as of mail for fly front jeans. Good reason to and that was the only reason. And and if we had and we had quite a number of people at our convention, and if we hit, you know, and we had police there too that doesn't scanned every one of us. And I'm sure that Dell and fill an iron number of others were on the books to be watched by the police, so. This was a survival tactic and -solutely to wear women's clothes..
"talmadge" Discussed on Making Gay History
"Kelli, Kelli, Kelli. If you get me if you give me that string over there. I can play with it. I don't think she will. She's. Interview with Billy Talmadge Sunday, August sixth nineteen eighty nine at the home of Billy Talmadge and Marsha Herndon in Richmond, California. That's the San Francisco Bay area. Interviewer is Eric Marcus tape. One side one I was always a tomboy, and I had had crushes, you know, and. And I had tried things with boys, and they just simply were not my Cup of tea. I mean, I was uncomfortable. And I decided if this is you know, what it's going to be. I'm gonna know what what ones supposed to do in this sort of business. So I had heard that there was this big dyke on campus. Where was this? What's he this was in in Kansas and? So I followed her for days. And so finally by Sar coming out of them for Fe just off campus. They're going to car and it went up to her. And I said, I wanna talk to you. I sure I came out and just that strong, and she sort of looked at me, and she said, well, okay. Get in the car. So we got in and she started driving. And she said what is it? And I said, well, I've just found out that I'm a homosexual. And I want to know about this is all about I said, I want to know how to make love to a woman. I never have. And I think a better. No. And she looked at me, and she kind of chuckled, and she said, well, there's only one way to really show you, and I said, no don't show me. Tell me. And so we drove out somewhere and we parked in the park. And I ask every question I can think of and she would answer to the best of her ability anything that I put to her. And I. I think maybe somewhere along in there when I look back on that particular scene. I think I knew then that that there had to be questions like this that everybody was asking and that somewhere somehow there should be people who would answer as honestly as they could. But this was nineteen fifty fifty low. No this was. This was forty seven forty eight. So there wasn't. I wanted to call and it was probably dangerous to be known. I soon. Absolutely. You could be thrown out of the campus. And nothing plan. Let's go back to when you first came in contact with. How did you hear about the obe- with Jay Bill? I know her as shorty dollar shortage. She and I had moved down from Tacoma Seattle area. And you were couple by the. Yeah, we came down into the bay area. In fact, we were in Berkeley and somebody we had met had been invited to this gathering at Dell and fills this buffet dinner or picnic type thing and they ended up not going and short United. But that was my first contact, and because I was both George, and I were so very impressed with Dell unfil- and what they were trying to do. And I it was another thing. Like, a a real interrogation mean they were sitting there in the kitchen, and we were just firing questions like crazy. And but we both became very interested in it. And. Just moved right into what interested you in the the education primarily. And. The fact that there was the possibility of really. Really helping people weren't you concerned at that point about your job. Now. I I look back on it. You know, and I don't honestly know that I would have the gets now I was a public schoolteacher at the time. In the. Yeah. In Brooklyn public schools, and at that point of time there were there was a list of about twenty one things that you could lose your teaching certificate for the first one was to be a card carrying communist. And the second one was to be suspected homosexual. This is suspected on this initiative anything and for you for any professional woman who already teacher. Abar was out of the question was yes. Yes. At that point of time to go to a bar was sticking your neck in news, but they were house parties. This was one of the main reasons that the daughters existed was number one in San Francisco at that point of time was to keep our kids out at the bars because they were being rated rated rated and rated and when we branched out a little bit..
"talmadge" Discussed on Making Gay History
"I'm Eric, Marcus. And this is making a history. Billy Talmadge was an educator over the course of her life. She was an elementary school teacher accumulated to PHD's in education and one awards for her work with blind and deaf children, but for most of her working life who she was threatened. What she did. Billy. Brought her passion for education to her activism when she joined the first lesbian rights organization in the US, the daughters of the leaders in the mid nineteen fifties Billy's it everything from counseling. Women who had been thrown out of the military to holding Gavin Java's in her own living room that was the nineteen fifties version of a consciousness raising group deogee offered Billy the chance to provide a new generation of women with the answers. She herself it so desperately sought as a young woman coming of age in the nineteen forties. But if anyone had found out about Billy's work with daughters. She could have been fired from her job when I interviewed her in nineteen eighty nine. She asked me to intentionally misspell her name for my book to conceal her identity. She was still worried about losing her job for colleagues found out. She was allies Bian. Here's the scene. Billy Talmadge is an early sixties and Liz with her partner, Marsha Herndon and their three cats to enormous calicoes and one tiny kitten in a small house in. What was a rough neighborhood across the bay from San Francisco Billy is sitting at her dining room table. She's heavy set with short, reddish, blonde hair. She lasts easily and speaks with the excitement of a pioneer recalling the early days of her life in the movement. Billy lights a cigarette before explaining how she came to be a crusader for lesbian rights, but first she had to come to an understanding of her own a density..
Susanna Palmer, Disney and John Lasseter discussed on Bloomberg Finance
"The president trump is warning other countries not to retaliate against us tariffs on imports the president met with other world leaders today at the g seven summit in quebec we tackled a variety of issues and opportunities facing our nation's at the top of the list was the issue of trade very important subject because the united states has been taken advantage of for decades and decades and we can't do that anymore lava continues to flow on hawaii's big island more than six hundred homes have been destroyed and civil defense administrator talmadge magna says no more are more says more evacuations may be necessary advises those people in there that they need to be prepared if another fisher opens up and since bhagwat direction or cracks open up it's going to affect them that we might have to make that adjustment so they need to be prepared to evacuate as well it's the most disruptive us volcanic eruptions since mountain helen's in one thousand nine hundred i'm ann cates and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters utility pg may face criminal charges for its use of equipment that ignited some of last year's deadly california wildfires the state has found evidence of alleged violations of law by pg in connection with eight of the blazes that evidence could make or break pg and the dozens of lawsuits over the fires that altogether killed forty four people consumed thousands of homes in racked up an estimated ten billion dollars worth of damages john lasseter the walt disney animation executive who took a sabbatical in november following allegations of inappropriate behavior will leave the company for good at the end of this year disney said in an mail lassiter who spearheaded hits from toy story two frozen we'll have a consulting role until that time he was accused of inappropriate behavior and said in an apology last year he may have gone too far in some interactions with staffers at the g seven summit in quebec president trump said nations that retaliate over trade are making a tremendous mistake but if they do the us has very very strong measures to respond and would win the trade war a thousand times out of one thousand trump was speaking at a press briefing before departing the summit today the.
Special counsel brings new charges against Paul Manafort in Russia probe
"Member fdic g seven meeting cordial russia probe charges i'm barbara kusak the white house talked up meetings between president trump and french president macron and canadian prime minister trudeau with g seven summit in quebec calling them positive president trump created a stir though ahead of the meeting by calling for russia to be let back into the group correspondent boris sanchez followed up on that official from the national security council just spoke with cnn telling us that the president's comments on russian today were unplanned we asked him about rumors that there was a potential summit between president trump and vladimir putin that was being worked on that official told us that there was some discussion about it some chatter former trump campaign manager paul manafort is facing new charges as part of special counsel robert muller's russia probe more from correspondent evan perez prosecutors earlier this week alleged that paul manafort was attempting to reach out to witnesses and coach them and and perhaps getting getting them to commit perjury in their testimony to the to the special counsel instead what we've seen is the special counsel bringing new charges against paul manafort with more than six hundred homes destroyed by lava from the erupting killer way of okay no on hawaii's big island civil defense administrator talmadge mag noses there assisting evacuees need of longer term arrangements four hundred ten people in both shelters were continues with the state and fema to work on the next level of housing for these folks get them out of shelters and you'll know more comfortable prevention experts say efforts to fight suicide in the united states are desperate for additional funding as new statistics show a growing problem too high profile deaths of chef anthony.
Senate, Guatemala and Talmadge Magnolia discussed on Jay Talking
"Terms for all those senators out a third of the senate were up for reelection is that they're going to have to spend time on capitol hill that they were hoping to spend back in their home states campaigning for reelection the death toll is at least seventy in guatemala's fogo volcano eruption nearly two hundred people still missing and the search for survivors slowed by the threat of the volcano erupting again officials say the seventy two hour window for finding survivors has been closing why he's big island tourism's taken a big hit from the killer way of all keno eruption and there's no end in sight more homes destroyed by lavish flows tuesday state civil defense administrator talmadge magnolia slow moving flood nothing stops it and the direction it goes it's it just keeps continuing its march to the ocean finally got there and you can see how it's it's move last report i got his point seven of a mile into the ocean host hotel has been chosen for next week's summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un in singapore the capello hotel known for its luxury and impeccable service more secluded than most military says it was.
Kate Spade, Jack Callaghan and Manhattan discussed on WDRC
"Tuesday instead of one for the philadelphia eagles we love our country we respect their flag and we always proudly stand for the national anthem we always well stand for the national president trump is inviting the super bowl champs when he learned but only a handful of them would show up this won't be an issue for the nba champions both the golden state warriors and the cleveland cavaliers say they would not go to the white house if they were to win the nba title communications aid made a crude remark about senator john mccain now gone from the white house kelly sadler was that she has the wise at least they had a surrogate communications here at the white house got into a controversy at a meeting she said about john mccain while he's dying anyways the white house refused to apologize kelly sadler refused to apologize in the wake of that we are told by senior administration officials that kelly sadler is no longer with the white house john roberts the government offering a sobering prognosis on medicare and social security medicare will run out of money sooner than expected and social security will become insolvent in twenty thirty four treasury secretary steven mnuchin says there's time to fix the problems with long certain longterm issues persist hundreds more homes have been destroyed by the lava flow from the killer wavell cain on hawaii's big island nearly wiping out to housing developments placed under mandatory evacuation orders just last week a wise county hawaii county civil defense administrator talmadge mondo says they don't have the exact number yet it's going to be big numbers white county mayor harry kim's home among those destroyed on tuesday seventy five people are now confirmed dead in the eruption of guatemala's volcano will fire more than one hundred ninety people missing the fashion world shocked by the death of designer kate spade she was found dead in her manhattan apartment on tuesday police say spayed took her own life i'm jack callaghan fox news radio this is housecall for health a major new study finds that most women with the most common.
Scores more homes destroyed by lava flow on Hawaii's Big Island
"Right after this month they thought they had a pretty good chance of winning that doesn't mean they can't take the house back but it just makes the hill steeper complicates the map also in california democratic senator dianne feinstein is advancing to the november ballot in tuesday's primary overwhelmingly cast their ballots for the eighty four year old who had served in the senate since nineteen ninetytwo inside by the way is the oldest member of the senate over two dozen other candidates vying for the second spot but right now the top contender is democratic state senator kevin de leon dozens of people are dead as rescue efforts continue in guatemala following the eruption of the waco volcano meanwhile on hawaii's big island homes have been wiped out by lava jim rupe tells more many of the more than one hundred sixty homes destroyed by lava aren't just burnt to the ground but buried under several feet of lava many places where once stood homes can ever be reconstructed to landmark scenic spots are gone forever look lakes is no stopping talmadge magna hawaii county civil defense director says it's like a flood it's just pouring out covering everything is love front is a half mile wide emptying into the pacific merican companies have acknowledged a record two hundred one billion dollars in stock buybacks and cash takeovers and may apple made up nearly half that total micron technology and qualcomm rounded out the top three futures up thirty two i'm elliot francis.
Atlanta officials reveal worsening effects of cyber attack
"Nearly one hundred twenty since he ruptures began more than a month ago hawaii county civil defense administrator talmadge mac no it's like a flood just pouring out covering everything is bath just incredible what it's doing lakes is no stopping there have been no fatalities stemming from the kellaway eruption but in guatemala the death toll from the eruption of the fogo volcano is climbing disaster officials now say sixty nine people have died the city of atlanta still dealing with the aftermath of a cyber attack in march city officials initially insisted there were no impacts the public safety but georgia public broadcasting similarly cureton reports some police evidence has now gone deleted years of archived footage from dash cams which record traffic stops atlanta chief of police erica shields told a local tv station w sp anything recorded before the ransomware attack disappeared and that will not be recovered so that could compromise potentially a dui case if the officer's testimony is not where it needs to be it could also make it more difficult to investigate police use of force the chief says other investigative tools like officer body camera footage were not destroyed the city is spending more than five million dollars to deal with the aftermath of the attack and rebuild it cybersecurity systems it didn't pay the hackers a fifty thousand.
Ute Park Fire torches more than 16,000 acres in New Mexico
"Three my perspective on the residents in cimarron new mexico were ordered to evacuate due to a wildfire you'll have to evacuate you have to figure out what is the most important some neighbors say they will stick it out till the last minute the longest smoke i'm not worried about when you get twenty fire and in his time to do something air tankers helicopters and ground crews are working around the clock to put out the blaze officials say twelve buildings at a boy scout ranch had been destroyed and more than two hundred ninety could be threatened people living on hawaii's big island might find themselves under arrest for ignoring evacuation orders the issued a warning for a subdivision that's directly in the path of lava from the killer we of all keno who what civil defense administrator talmadge magnolia looks like this close if slowed down encourage people to get out of the area because fisher eight seems to be very.
Israel says Palestinian attacker shot dead in West Bank
"But a bad week for people living near the killer whales volcano in hawaii another three dozen homes destroyed by lava that raises the total to two eighty seven that have been burned hawaii's counties hawaii county's civil defense administrator talmadge mug no says the deadline has passed for the mandatory evacuation of several neighborhoods near the volcano if there is an incident where we're gonna go to search and rescue and it's too hazardous for fire rescue or any of our respondents to go in there we're not going to require them to go in there which means for those who stay help may not come if they need it israel's military says it is shot and killed a palestinian who tried to run over troops in the west bank this follows a veto friday by the united states of a un resolution that would have blamed israel for the violence along the gaza strip us un ambassador nikki haley says the resolution got it exactly backwards the terrorist group hamas bears primary responsibility for the awful living conditions in gaza yemeni officials say heavy fighting friday between pro government forces and iran backed shiite rebels has killed at least twenty eight people the civil war in yemen has now killed more than ten thousand people over the last three years i'm jack callaghan fox news radio fox on phil michelle pollino address star shading woodley in truelife story of the survival of young couple whose chance encounter love of the leads them i love and then on the adventure of a lifetime degree five they face one of the most catastrophic hurricanes in history is your red pill or blue pill moment my american animals for young men mistake their lives for movie and attempt one of the most dangerous highs in us history looking for the guys who murdered my wife and upgrade technology pretty much controls all aspects of life in the near future for one gray is self identified technophobe has his world turned upside down the only hope for revenge is to have an experimental computer chip implanted in make him unstoppable in lou and finally an action point johnny knoxville returns to the big screen as daredevil who designs and operates his own theme park this friend that's fox on film on five fifty to sixty s.
NPR, Texas and Nathan Bernie discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. Republican governor of Texas is proposing some modest gun safety measures. The call comes weeks after ten people were killed in a shooting at a high school near Houston from member station k. u. t. Nathan Bernie has the story, Texas governor. Greg Abbott is quick to say he will never allow second amendment rights to be infringed, but I will always promote responsible gun ownership. Avid is now calling for a requirement that unloaded gun speed secured away from children, not just loaded firearms as Texas law currently dictates at also suggests changing the definition of a child for those firms from sixteen hundred to seventeen and under the alleged shooter in Santa Fe was seventeen Abbas, asking the state legislature to adopt laws mandating that people report lost or stolen guns. These proposals were at the end of a long list of policy recommendations that mostly focused on school security. Mental health for NPR news. I'm Nathan Bernie in Austin, Texas had females defending his agency's response in Puerto Rico, following hurricane, Maria, a new study estimates that nearly five thousand people died after the storm devastated the island NPR's, Greg Allen reports of FEMA blames the deaths on poor infrastructure, not inadequate. Government response after surveying households. In Puerto Rico, researchers with the Harvard ta Chan school of public health concluded deaths from hurricane Maria or more than seventy times official figure of sixty four PM ahead. Brock long says agency doesn't track hurricane deaths, but he said it's important to make a distinction between direct deaths caused by drowning or being hit by flying debris and indirect debts to result of things like falls and cardiac arrest. Indirect s is nothing new in this country. Unfortunately, you could probably look back at many hurricane events to where deaths actually escalate after the event has passed long attributes, the high number of deaths not to governmental response, but. Puerto Rico's, dilapidated, power and water systems. Greg Allen NPR news Miami. The lava flow from kilowatt volcano is now losing toward another road on Hawaii's big island prompting more evacuations in the lower Puna district. Emergency officials say lava flowing more quickly in some areas, but slower and others. Hawaii county civil defense administrator Talmadge MAG. No says officials are trying to stay ahead of the situation. We've seen the last three days with with this activity is it can get going real fast. I volume that requires us to respond so quick a spokeswoman for Hawaii's volcanoes, national park estimates that it'll take at least a week to make the road passable again on Wall Street stocks rebounded from losses of the previous session. The Dow Jones industrials gained three hundred six points. The NASDAQ composite index rose sixty five. This is NPR news. Illinois has become the thirty seventh state to ratify the equal rights and -ment to the US constitution ratification requires approval of thirty eight states. There is some legal debate on whether it's too late for additional states to join those that approve the amendment years ago. Illinois was one of fifteen. The did not meet the original nineteen eighty-two ramification deadline. The era I proposed in nineteen seventy-two guarantees equal rights for all citizens, regardless of their sex in Zimbabwe. The president has set July thirtieth as the date for a much anticipated. Election. The vote will be the first since longtime President. Robert Mugabe was driven from power last year. NPR's fibia Stockton reports that the new leader has repeated his commitment to free and fair elections president, Emerson mnangagwa's, election date for commission ends months of feverish speculation. The July thirtieth vote marks a major development in. The post Mugabe mnangagwa's is pledging a transparent election and for the first time in more than a decade. International observers have been invited to monitor the vote in this new era of freedom and hope. Mnangagwa's tweeted, we welcome all our international partners to celebrate him in democracy. In action repeatedly disputed elections under Robert Mugabe were marred by political violence and rigging and intimidation Zimbabweans now want a credible vote and a fresh start or Feb. Equis Stanton, NPR news. And I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington.
Nashville, Dixon Tennessee and Officer discussed on WDRC
"By the ad council a manhunt continues outside nashville for a suspect he'll the shooting death of a sheriff's deputy in dixon tennessee was investigating a suspicious vehicle deputies vehicle which tracked by gps in an attempt to find the vehicle an officer with another agency was able to find the vehicle in another location about two to three miles away the deputy was inside the vehicle deceased spokesperson for the tennessee bureau of investigation sergeant daniel baker was ten years behind the badge he leaves a wife and a daughter police urging the suspected gunman thirtyoneyearold stephen joshua wiggins to turn himself in new evacuations are being ordered in hawaii is a fast moving lava flow threatening to cut off more homeowners a lot of stress a lot of things going on out there so i'd say just as i exiled he's high there they've got this live volcano in their backyard why county civil defense administrator talmadge magnum hot lava has already incinerated more than seventy homes on the big island south carolina lottery looking like the grinch stole christmas money thousands of people in south carolina who thought then winning lottery tickets won't get their winning the state lottery commission blaming a law which says tickets printed in error can't be paid the glitch generated more than seventy thousand winning tickets worth up to five hundred dollars each on christmas day players are only entitled to the dollar they paid.
Scientists find what is healthy depends on your body type
"It wsb time is five twenty four next traffic update looks at i twenty five issues for the bottom of the hour i it's marcy williams judd hickinbotham bailiffs thwart attempts by our man to gain access to the marietta courthouse or philip collins refused to let bailiffs at marietta municipal court scan is backpack he stormed off to the lobby bathroom pay was seen standing in front of a mirror holding a handgun and thing that he was going to go shoot people had a police officer chuck mcphillips says instead collins left but was arrested a half mile away no gun found mcphillips philomene applauds the bailiffs who did their job say stood up to an individual who was being argumentative denied him access and now in hindsight were sitting back saying this could have been catastrophic veronica waters wsb new information in a terror attack and belgium the suspect who killed two police officers and a bystander and leaves at already committed another murder the night before interior minister says that victims of former inmate who did prison time with benjamin herrmann police fatally shot her mom after tuesday's attack thousands of lava destroyed more homes near kilowatt volcano on the big island of hawaii reporting that seventy one homes have been destroyed civil defense administrator talmadge magnum says they've had to expand evacuations the lavas also damaged electrical equipment and knocked out power to a couple more neighborhoods after starbucks closes stores nationwide for racial racial bias training it's ceo promises it's only the beginning this is just one step in a journey we have several set of things that we're going to do following this with ongoing training each month and continue to to learn and evolve as we've told you this stems from a starbucks employee calling philly cops onto black customers waiting to order closing one afternoon caused sar box twelve million dollars in profit wsb news about your health the protein heavy atkins diet may raise the risk of heart disease scientists tracking twenty four hundred men over decades see an increase in heart failure among those who eat a lot of protein researchers pegged the increased risk from red meat at fortythree percent dairy protein is associated with an even higher risk the only proteins not associated with heart failure are from fish and eggs wbz news time five twenty six today the weather and traffic wsb meteorologist kirk mellish updating today's forecast showers likely especially this morning a high around eighty two right now seventy one back to the morning.
EU ban on plastic straws and stirs proposed to cut marine litter
"Season but the national oceanic and atmospheric administration is predicting a fairly normal year for storms for npr news i'm blake farmer in the florida panhandle there are new developments in the weeks old kill away of all keno eruption on hawaii's big island ten more homes have been incinerated after a lava flow picked up speed civil defense administrator talmadge magna says that triggered search and rescue operations monday big russell lava broke through on a and subsequently to go out cross with the ten houses at this point probably might be more but so brings us a total of eighty two structures and which is forty one homes meanwhile lava also overspread to capt wells at a geothermal power plant over two hundred forty people remain evacuated the european union is proposing dramatic action to cut back plastic waste from brussels teri schultz reports the european commission wants a ban on the most prominent single use plastic products and estimated seventy percent of marine litter is caused by ten plastic items used once and then discarded things like straws plastic plates and bottles the european commission that you use executive branch wants to sharply cut pollution by completely banning the use of some of these products making sure others are not freely available and encouraging recyclable alternatives european commission vice president franz timmerman says it's a matter of urgent necessity risk of choking our oceans in plastic with a knock on effect on our food chain and human health it's in the app it's in our oceans it's enough food and also in our bodies kellerman says if they become law the proposals will save consumers money as well as their environment for npr news i'm teri schultz in brussels new zealand plans to swatter about one hundred fifty thousand cows as it tries to radicchio a strain of disease causing bacteria from the national heard politicians and industry leaders say it will cost hundreds of millions of dollars and if successful would be the first time an infected country has eliminated what's known as mycoplasma bovis this is npr news and nicaragua on monday riot police confronted protesters and students sees.
Syrian deputy FM: next target could be north or south
"Uc's the move as a boost for global trade in the face of increasing use isolationism talks on free trade agreements which will begin in coming months we'll censor on reducing the lava is flowing and smoking asher spewing during this latest round of the kilowatt volcano in hawaii leading to a new warning for residents who why you county civil defense administrator talmadge magnolias when lava hits the water it creates a chemical reaction releasing toxic gas continues at a high rate a lotta love out there still asking the folks to be cautious be prepared as lava can move around still got i guess continent so in warning to people that are down range of the events to take necessary precautions instead gases called lays and is made of dense white clouds of steam toxic gas tiny shards of volcanic glass it contains hydrochloric acid which is about as corrosive as diluted battery acid and can irritate the skin and eyes and caused breathing problems magneto says due to the remoteness and volcanic activity getting the word to everyone has been difficult here we still have a lot of officers national guard county staff on the ground so really utilize them to to get the message and well kill away has been active for the last couple of weeks generating earthquakes and gushing molten rock giant ashby looms and sulfur dioxide the us geological surveys jim quote he is says this is likely just to beginning this is still there early part of the eruption especially this the second phase we felt very fluid stop and usually interruption the first two or three days direct rate is quite high and that it will tell off so i think this is just a long sort of pre eruption before we got to the really below of stuff earlier this week lava entered and then stalled on the property of a geothermal plant earlier this month at that plant fifty thousand gallons of stored flammable gas was removed to reduce the chance of explosions for the ap i'm rob lowe friends with rimet welcome to total wine and more boy this beer out of the way how about if.
Hawaii, Talmadge Magna and Hawaii Big Island discussed on The Frankie Boyer Show
"Zero a florida man is in custody after a shooting at a golf club owned by president trump early on friday morning here's usa's chris barnes police say the gunman lives not far from the trump national doral golf club or for some reason david od took down in american flag that had been displayed outside the resort brought it into the lobby and placed it on the front desk before screaming obscenities about president trump and challenging several police officers that he was trying to engage our police officers some type of ambush type attack that miami dade police spokesman says five officers exchanged fire with od who suffered gunshot wounds to his legs but is expected to recover at one of the officers suffered a broken arm for usa radio news i'm chris barnes smaller option on friday from hawaii's kilowatt volcano has sent a cloud of ash ten thousand feet into the air away counties civil defense administrator talmadge magna says lava flows remain a hazard up to forty structures or forty residents that have been lost so far the cracking continues alania states and creating other access issues problems were the folks that are continued area evacuation and so people need to be reminded that the activity continues this far from being over some residents of hawaii big island had been told to shelter in place and.
Hawaii, Talmadge Mag and Walker County discussed on WYDE
"Call the walker county sheriff's dispatch office at two oh five three eight four seventy two eighteen officials in hawaii or giving an update on the ongoing eruption of the killer way of volcano on the big island a powerful explosion shot plumes of volcanic ash and smoke to height of thirty thousand feet above sea level it's not the big one that experts have been predicting to occur at one of killer whales craters and some positive news says hawaii county civil defense administrator talmadge mag no said no new fissures opened up today fisher seventeen seems to be the only one that's still gotta active no real flow from it and the researchers de gassing and that's why we've.
More evacuations in Hawaii as new lava fissure opens
"More evacuations for hawaii i'm an carrick fox news officials in hawaii call for more evacuations as a volcanic eruption continues on hawaii's big island talmadge magneto is civil defense administrator for hawaii county he says another building was destroyed by the latest volcanic fissure some other structure within the fields the burned taken out and so we're up to thirty seven structures at this point scientists say the volcano is unlikely to stop anytime soon and the top could blow off adding to the threat of giant boulders flying through the air one person is dead for injured after a twenty year old frenchman from chechnya went on a stabbing rampage saturday in paris the suspect was shot and killed by police now a private organization in the united states that monitors extremists online says the islamic state's news agency released a video of a man who looks like the perez attacker telling french citizens to pressure the government if they want a tax to end french officials have not verified the man in the video is the suspected killer president trump's decision to leave the iran nuclear deal is causing some friction with european allies fox's garrett tenny one of the biggest challenges european leaders face and keeping the nuclear deal alive is sanctions by the us once again targeting your ron in any foreign companies doing business there that's created a bit of a mess for corporations particularly those based in europe which invested billions of dollars in iran after the nuclear deal was signed france germany and the uk are now lobbying the trump administration to exempt those businesses from sanctions while our european allies are working to keep the deal alive they are also calling on iran to agree to a separate broader deal to address tehran's bad behavior in the region something the us is also pushing for the president announced the departure last week fox news fair and balanced wildfires burn millions of acres each year and each year wildland firefighters like fire chief james hall battled to contain them but they can't do it alone a single ember that escapes from a wildfire can travel more than a mile it can ignite and destroy your home your community or more that single weber can be just as dangerous as the wildfire itself but you can do.
"talmadge" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news in washington i'm louise schiavone and the southern part of hawaii big island volcanic magma still shifting underneath the restless killilea volcano residents in the area have evacuated college campuses and parks to talmadge magnolia is the civil defense administrator in hawaii county unfortunately the fifth venice opened up and so we get more inundation this is looks like on one of the main rose oblique erode is now inundated the strongest of hundreds of quake struck recently at a magnitude of six point nine consultancy activists are gathering a dallas to protest the nra's annual meeting there and pr's miguel perez spoke to one group called no ra it stands for no rifle association the group formed following the deadly school shooting in parkland florida organizer ben jackson says saturday's event will include art displays in spoken word poetry you hopes the rally will open dialogue with in our members i think we can find some common ground and i hope that you'll really look at the organization that you're supporting and what it's doing with your money and the effects of that money on our government and i hope that they can take their organization back the protests features a number of speakers including actress illicit milano and fred gutenberg who lost his daughter in the party and shooting for npr news i'm get beddis in dallas hundreds of people have been detained in cities across russia as they protested president vladimir putin's fourth term as npr's lucian kim reports the largest rally was a moscow where opposition leader alexina volley was arrested shouting putin's a thief and down with czar protesters crowded into pushkin square listen a mile from the kremlin activists say more than one thousand people were detained in twenty russian cities with six hundred arrests in moscow alone according to official results president putin was reelected with almost seventy seven percent of the vote he'll be inaugurated for another sixyear.
"talmadge" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news in washington i'm louise schiavone and the southern part of hawaii's big island volcanic magma is still shifting underneath a restless kill away of all kaneohe residents in the area have evacuated as have college campuses and parks talmadge magna was the civil defense administrator in hawaii county unfortunately the fifth venice opened up and so we get more inundation this is looks like on one of the main rose oblique erode is now inundated the strongest of hundreds of quake struck recently at a magnitude of six point nine immigrants and their advocates are dismayed by the trump administration's decision to end special protections for hondurans living in the us and pr's joel rose reports about fifty seven thousand hondurans will be affected immigrant rights advocates are calling it a cruel decision one that will up end the lives of people who've bought homes built businesses and raised families in the us but the trump administration says temporary protected status or tps was always supposed to be temporary and that conditions in honduras have improved since a devastating hurricane there almost twenty years ago the department of homeland security says tps for durins will end in january of twenty twenty the trump administration has already moved to end tps for el salvador haiti and other countries leaving more than four hundred thousand people in limbo joel rose npr news new york hundreds of people were detained in cities across russia as they protested president vladimir putin's fourth term in office as npr's lucian kim reports the largest rally was in moscow where opposition leader alexei navalny was arrested shouting putin's a thief and down with czar protesters crowded into pushkin square less than a mile from the kremlin activists say more than one thousand people were detained in twenty russian cities with six hundred arrests in moscow alone according to official results press.
"talmadge" Discussed on The Dinner Party Download
"There's there's something guest as frequently in the show he'll be presenting a friendly face to someone his seemingly congenial pillar a society and then he'll turn away and we see the real guess and his face turns to just murderous stone and it is schilling every damn time what are you doing physically and mentally to make that switch happen because it is it's like a switch flips on your face and suddenly you're different guy you know uh i did a movie with spike lee it malcolm x were i play talmadge hair one of the assassins of malcolm x and i remember picking up the doll for this little girl drops at all in the audubon ballroom just before we were about to shoot malcolm x and i remember picking at the dawn giving the girl the dow back to her and then turning my face and turning to stone so that was an inspiration for me to be able to make very quick switches to allow the audience to see one person and then flip and allow the audience to see the real human being he goes to something that i speak about sometimes we were alana masks in our lives and and when we truly with ourselves were different people and with other people where another person so to me that was the beginning of cultivating the quick switch the quickly allowing the audience to see the real human being behind the words what are you thinking when that happens though or are you i mean is there anything conscious happening to the moment.