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Fresh update on "terry" discussed on The KFBK Morning News

The KFBK Morning News

00:55 min | 3 min ago

Fresh update on "terry" discussed on The KFBK Morning News

"For many teenagers is distance learning requires a specific set of skills and a self directed management style. Many high schoolers are not practiced in either of those education consultant Joel Yoshikawa says. It's a tough situation and parents are finding themselves at a loss there pulling away from their family. So Mom and dad while very stains and knowledgeable and have the right intention. Sometimes that advice control what seems like on deaf ears because they're trying to figure it out for themselves, she says. Even his parents give their kids space. They should continue to ask a lot of questions. Make sure they have credible sources for information, especially if they have concerns surrounding carefully crafted college admission plans, which may now be upended. White House officials are explaining President Trump's latest executive actions. KP Keyes Terry More reports from Washington. Trump signed a Siri's of presidential directives related to the ongoing economic impacts of the Corona virus. The American people are tired of games they seek leadership and President Trump delivered White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany. Trump made his moves after negotiations between the White House and top Democrats on a new economic stimulus package fell apart. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, D Cried. The moves as paltry week unworkable and far too narrow Bowl sizzle and no steak. Terry More News, 93.1 KFBK Jeffrey Epstein's alleged accomplice, Gilling Maxwell, is requesting a move into the general population of her New York City jail. A B C's Lina Moyez has more Dylan Maxwell's lawyer in a letter requesting that she be moved to general population at a detention center in Brooklyn and be granted that Same privileges as other detainees. Her attorney claims she is being held under uniquely onerous conditions because of Epstein's death by suicide a year ago, including solitary confinement, 24 hour surveillance and multiple cell searches daily and that she was previously subject to suicide watch protocols. The letter says Maxwell does not seek special treatment but request that she is not specially disfavored Lina Moise ABC News All right. You ready for the latest billionaire in America? Sure Want to be part of that club. Tim Cook is Tim Cook. Of course, he's the CEO of Apple. Apple is now nearly $2 trillion news of values. So Tim Cook is now the latest billionaire in America. So congratulations to Mr Cook. Wow, I have this. This isn't pretty interesting. This that of Google. It's actually and a place called the Markup. It's AH publication called the market. They obtained these secret documents from Google. That told employees how to communicate so as not to make anyone think their monopoly. Okay. These are the phrases they were supposed to use. We're out to help users not hurt. Competitors don't try to define a market or estimate our market share. Assume every document you generate, including e mail will be seen by regulators. So Google has a playbook for their employees on how to convince people that they're not a monopoly. Right, too. And this is for internal and external communications. No to Google. It's not working. You have regulators her. Are we questioning? You know, we all know. Okay. Here are your top national stories on news 93. Poland kfbk. Russia says it's developed a covert 19 vaccine and is getting ready to ship out.

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Dallas - Tarrant County Reports 422nd Death, 491 Cases of the Coronavirus

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:36 sec | 15 hrs ago

Dallas - Tarrant County Reports 422nd Death, 491 Cases of the Coronavirus

"Today. Terry County reporting eight AA 305 new cases of Corona virus brings Our total to 32,540 52 is still in the hospital. The county didn't have any deaths. But over the weekend, Tarrant County saw 422 fatalities in Denton County, Another 101 people have tested positive for Corona virus. A total of 7745 people have tested positive. 39 people with the virus are in the hospital. 62 people with the virus have passed away there in the county. However, the county is not reporting any new deaths today.

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Fresh "Terry" from Michael Berry

Michael Berry

00:27 sec | 37 min ago

Fresh "Terry" from Michael Berry

"North bound center lane. Six minute drag. I'm sky Mike on the Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 hour Traffic center. With high pressure limiting our chances of rain over the next couple of days. What we have is lots of sunshine. Lots of heat, humidity, but not much rain. A 20% chance of a shower thunderstorm Today tomorrow and Thursday. Temperatures ranging from the low toe upper nineties I'm meteorologist Terry Smith from the Weather Channel. Today, No one is a Sun Ae 81 at the top tax defenders. 24 hour Weather Center. Our top story No news yet on any new decision from Sai theorized D, but Teachers uncomfortable with returning to the classroom. They hope that their words last night will have some impact. They.

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Louisville dismisses three men's soccer players after party leads to COVID-19 outbreak

Terry Meiners

00:23 sec | 4 d ago

Louisville dismisses three men's soccer players after party leads to COVID-19 outbreak

"Today. I guess we should recap for people and you didn't hear this earlier about Ufl soccer players. Three of them just 33 were dismissed. I guess those three had been involved in some previous issues, So this was their last strike. And three more were suspended for all being part of organizing the party, The Koven, 19

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Fresh "Terry" from Houston's Morning News

Houston's Morning News

00:17 sec | 58 min ago

Fresh "Terry" from Houston's Morning News

"Line from Julie Di Hardy. He likes. She likes to say that things air hair pulling, and some of the hair pulling a spots we have right now are to 88. It's a big backup after airport north bound up to the south loop. That's about a seven minute delay. Southwest Freeway. Eight extra minutes from mountain View up into the Galleria and stopping and going on the Gulf Freeway north bound from airport up to the loop. That's solid. We do have that stalled truck on the East Tex Freeway. Outbound Will Clayton Parkway be nice. He didn't want to be their center lane and a six minute drag. I'm sky Mike on the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 hour traffic center from our Katya keep cool, But there is 24 hour weather center. We're looking at some sunshine for much of the day to day. Terry Smith. What else are we looking for? Oh, yeah, Lots of sunshine. He admittedly not a lot of rain That's.

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Florida becomes second state to pass half a million virus cases

Terry Meiners and Company

00:29 sec | 5 d ago

Florida becomes second state to pass half a million virus cases

"A second state has now reported more than 500,000 Corona virus cases. Florida has become the second state to surpass half a 1,000,000 Corona virus cases as testing started up again after a temporary shutdown of some sites because of tropical storm ESA Ius, California has seen the most cases Florida's Cove in 1970 average of reported deaths. Has climbed to a high of 185 2nd only to Texas is 197. That's Jim Crow Sula

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Fresh "Terry" from Houston's Morning News

Houston's Morning News

00:15 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Terry" from Houston's Morning News

"Of the minutes ahead or in Houston's morning news. First, we're checking out your morning, Dr Julie's Off today, Sky Micah's Emperor. I'm looking right now at the South Beltway to South Sam Houston Tollway North bound heading up toward Pasadena. Some kind of something is slowing us down. I'm not sure what's going on over Highway three, but be ready for it coming up the Gulf Freeway ramp. North bound, trying to get up again toward Pasadena and General Red Bluff about a four minute delay right there. Gulf Freeway over our shoulder looks nice. 25 minutes from clear Like in I'm sky Mike and the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 hour traffic center from our top tax defenders. 20 for our weather Center Sunshine Today. Just a few clouds with a high temperature right, about 95 will stay hot, muggy. It is August here in southeast Texas after all. More on the forecast with Terry Smith of the Weather Channel in about nine minutes..

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Neil Young Sues Trump Campaign for Playing Songs at Rallies

Terry Meiners and Company

00:33 sec | 6 d ago

Neil Young Sues Trump Campaign for Playing Songs at Rallies

"The Trump campaign may not be able to rock in the free World much longer deal. Young filed a copyright infringement lawsuit in New York today against the campaign for playing his songs at campaign rallies. The lawsuit says Young cannot allow his music to be used as a theme song for a divisive on American campaign of ignorance and hate. It says the campaign has been playing rocking in the Free World and Devils sidewalk for years, most recently at the June 20th rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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Fresh update on "terry" discussed on The Greg Hill Show

The Greg Hill Show

00:40 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "terry" discussed on The Greg Hill Show

"Angels versus days. The A's were red Hot. Lead 9 to 4. But Mike Trout Americas unknown superstar. Launch too late inning home runs next pitch, and that one is hit high and it's hip deep out in the left failed and it is around here. Mike Brown has done it again tonight to Homer Game Forum and the Angels air back on top 10 to 9. What a night for trout. Terry Smith, Angels radio and A Q poll said that only 22% of Americans are familiar with Mike Trout riel, which means for nearly 80% of people he could show up on their doorstep. Offer their son hitting lessons and they'd say Who the hell are you Get lost, or I'm calling the police. Honey, Some guy's trying to break into our house. Like everything in life. I blame Rob Manfred. And by the way, do you think Mike Trout and former Angels great Tim Salmon ever get together? And talk a little baseball over seafood platter. A little tune. It's hearts are maybe some halibut for the hell of it match and then also had a ridiculous night for the A's. He went three for five with two home runs a triple and six R B eyes, scoring 20 points on the bench for my fantasy team, which is the worst mistake I have made since walking home in a hurricane last week without an umbrella Angels win 10 9 they snap the A's nine game winning streak. Mike.

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'Midnight Express,' 'Fame' director Alan Parker dies at 76

Terry Meiners and Company

00:28 sec | Last week

'Midnight Express,' 'Fame' director Alan Parker dies at 76

"Oscar nominated director Alan Parker has died. Alan Parker's films when a total of 10 Academy Awards I Got a question for you. Clinton from Mississippi Burning to Midnight Express, Evita and more. Parker was one of Britain's most celebrated directors and writers knighted by Queen Elizabeth. The 2nd 2000 to Parker wasn't afraid to experiment. Also directing Pink Floyd's The Wall. His family says he died in London after a long illness. Alan Parker was

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Trump threatens to delay election

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:54 min | Last week

Trump threatens to delay election

"Unprecedented unprecedented step step Thursday Thursday toward toward calling calling the the November November election election into into question question suggesting suggesting in in a a tweet tweet that that the the election election shouldn't shouldn't happen. happen. In November should be delayed to some future date. It's a move never seen in America before, but a tool dictators and other countries have often relied on to hold onto their power. Last night, the president repeated his warning the mail in ballots will, in his words, rig the presidential election. More from correspondent and he feels the president pointed toe isolated mail in ballot problems and claiming all mail in voting is rigged. Despite the fact he and his family and much of the staff had voted absentee by mail for years. We all agree That absentee voting. It's good mail in ballots will lead to the greatest fraud but mail in ballots. States say the voting is no different from absentee and only registered voters can cast that ballot. Presidents don't suppose upon the election would be unconstitutional as Congress sets the election's not the president and leaders from both parties made it clear they have no intention to delay the vote. And Mr Trump Suggestion more from correspondent Terry Moran. Trump's statement about delaying an American election was shot down immediately by Democrats and Republicans. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in an interview in Kentucky. Never in the history of the country through wars, depressions and the civil war and we ever not had a federally scheduled election on time. But Joe Biden has been warning for weeks, Trump might try to use the pandemic to delay or delegitimize the election. Mayor de Blasio called the president's move. An act of a timer. I think a lot of people even some people had supported President Trump. I gotta look at that and say no. That is that is abnegation responsibly. But more importantly, that's an assault on our democracy and cannot stand when the president may not be successful in delaying the election, his actions were seen as a way to further delegitimize the results. In the eyes of his supporters, which should he lose could further inflame the walls of political division.

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Echo Auto on Sale for First Time

Voice in Canada

01:33 min | Last week

Echo Auto on Sale for First Time

"Hello. Terry Fisher here with your fashion for today today actually have a sale to tell you about yesterday was talking about how you should be waiting until prime day to get the biggest sales. But the problem is we don't know when Prime Day is. Well today got some other news for you and that is i. did discover that there are some sales going on right now and they're pretty good I can't promise it. They're going to be the same as. Prime Day, in fact on prime they usually sales are quite a bit better than anything that we see during the year. However, what is interesting about the sale is that if you've been looking to get the echo auto, the brand new echo device that is available in Canada. For the first time it is on sale it's normally seventy dollars and you can get it now for forty five dollars forty, four, ninety, nine, twenty, five dollars off or thirty, six percent off. To grab that if you want to simply use this link, A. L. E. X. in Canada dot ca slash echo auto that will take you directly to the Amazon site where you can grab that and I during the commission as I mentioned before it isn't affiliate link. There are other devices on sale as well at the time of this recording. So you can get an echo show five, four, seventy, five bucks an echo show eight for one, hundred and fifteen. The ECHO show is not on sale but. The Echo plus is on sale for one hundred, which is actually a really good deal not one and there you go. So I can't promise along the cells are going to be on for. But if you just like I said, go do. In Canada dot ca slash Amazon or slash echo it'll take you directly there and you can check those sales.

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Trump Did Not Ask Putin About Russia's Bounties on U.S. Troops

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:10 min | Last week

Trump Did Not Ask Putin About Russia's Bounties on U.S. Troops

"A new interview with the president after reports Russia allegedly paid bounties to the Taliban for the killing of US troops in Afghanistan. The president was asked about his recent call with Vladimir, Putin and whether the safety of our troops was brought up. Here's Terry Moran. Tonight after those reports that Russia been paying bounties to the Taliban to kill US troops in Afghanistan president trump admitting in an interview with Axios that he never even raised the matter in a call with Vladimir Putin last week we discussed numerous things we did not discuss that you'd never discussed it with I have never discussed with Trump also denied heard anything about the bounties despite reports. The Intel did make it into the President's daily brief. It never reached my desk. You know why? Because they didn't think it would intelligence they didn't think it was real. It was reason. They didn't think it was worthy every I wouldn't mind if it reached my desk I would have done something about it. It never reached my desk when asked about Russia supplying arms to the Taliban trump said, the US did the same thing in Afghanistan to well, we weapons when they were fighting Russia to you know when we were when they were fighting with the Taliban. Afghanistan's different Eero well, I'm just saying yes. We did that to the president also making a major strategic move in Europe withdrawing a third of US troops from Germany citing his longstanding gripe that Germany doesn't pay its fair share for defense in Europe. There was bipartisan condemnation of the president's move. Those American troops in Germany have been the cornerstone of US security in Europe for decades. Senator Mitt. Romney calling withdrawal a grave error and a slap in the face of friend and ally the Biden campaign blasted trump in a statement saying the withdraw does not reflect a thoughtful defense strategy. This is a gift to Vladimir Putin. David nearly of those twelve thousand troops being pulled out of Germany there'll be rotated to other parts of eastern. Europe the Pentagon Dell. Help deter Russian aggression but president trump made crystal clear. This is a lot more about punishing Germany then deterring Russia David all of this electioneering Terry Moran Thank you tonight

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Dallas - 3 Tarrant County Detention Officers Arrested After On-Duty Assault Incident

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:15 sec | Last week

Dallas - 3 Tarrant County Detention Officers Arrested After On-Duty Assault Incident

"L D Three Terran County detention officers have been arrested, two of them charged with official oppression. One charged with aggravated assault. Terry County Sheriff's Office says the charges relate to an incident that happened while they were on duty. They have all been suspended and were booked in the Tarrant

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ACC sets 11-game fall football schedule

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:58 min | Last week

ACC sets 11-game fall football schedule

"The ACC has made a lot of news today and eleven games schedule Ten conference one non conference over thirteen weeks the first game somewhere. After the first weekend of the season, and there will be one division of the big story out of this as Notre Dame. Andrea. Adelson covers the. ACC College football for ESPN, and we are delighted to welcome Andrea to the program. Andrew thanks. We knew this day was coming. We didn't think Notre Dame was going to be left at home. But your reaction to everything we have we have found out here in the last hour. Notre Dame being discussed as an ACC member for this just one year only it football is something that has been under discussion for the last several months says the ACC coaches, athletic directors, and Obviously League membership and Jacks war break at Notre Dame try to figure out the best scheduling model for US moving forward in order for us to try at least play a season with some uniform scheduling and a little bit of equity while also trying to eliminate long-distance around the ACC, it's impossible to do that. But at least they can try and bringing notre. Dame into the fold and obviously helps the ACC in terms of the number of MARCI Games now in the conference and it helps. Notre Dame because they're able to fill out an entire schedule, they're going to have opponents that are following the exact same protocols because that is in the ACC policy everybody's got to follow the same medical and testing and health and safety protocols and Notre Dame is eligible for the ACC championship game. This year without the divisions, it's going to be the top two teams based on conference win percentage Notre Dame would be eligible for the Orange Bowl. They don't make it into the college football. Playoff. So alive folks inside the League feel like this is a win win even though it's just for this one year this is kind of a a dream scenario of seeing Notre Dame's football in conference.

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What Will Dallas's Arts Scene Look Like Post-Pandemic

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

03:15 min | Last week

What Will Dallas's Arts Scene Look Like Post-Pandemic

"Performing arts have had to go virtual during Cove in 19 and the arts Community Alliance is doing everything it can to support these institutions in Dallas County. During the pandemic, we're joined by Terry Loftis, president and executive director of Taka. So how you guys shifted during the way you helped the arts during this time? Yeah. So I took this position last October, and no one told me there was a global pandemic on the right. They really should have let you know that would have been nice of them. That would've been helpful. But in all seriousness, what we were able to do was to react quickly. So the first thing we did when this first half was to create an emergency relief fund with the goal of raising additional funding. So our normal grant process was last March, For example, to where we granted $400,000 to our arts organizations. The pandemic came along and was in full force, and we determined that if we could raise The end of the goal was to raise an additional $150,000. Well, we raise 705,000 so that initiative is drawing to a conclusion right now, then looking forward because back in March the models were indicating and North Texas by Jane July. Will be seeing the other side of this. We will a peak and, you know, April May and then things will get back to some sense of normalcy. Well, that didn't happen. So now we're looking at a situation to where Taka. Technically is not obligated to do the next round of funding based on our normal cycle until next June. Well, there's no way we can wait that long arts organizations. They're going to need our support. Well before then, so That is what led to the creation of the resiliency initiative to where we're taking what would be an annual distribution next June and starting that process and October doing rolling distributions up to the final distribution in June to provide much needed support. Now, then we're waiting until next year. You've got your normal taka grants that you give out. And then there are some smaller grants called pop up grants. Tell us about those What we're doing with this initiative is trying to cover all bases so pop up graphs, which are designed to as this smaller organizations who may be presenting programming in content that may be, for example, just won my concert or one night performance, a dance recital that is not a scheduled seasoned format, but their attempt to And desire to continue their mission statement and put some sort of programmatic content available to their patrons. We would reward those institutions with smaller grants that we call our pop up grants, and that could be anywhere from $500 up to $2000. And that doesn't require an application process because we're seeing a lot of that seasons have been cancelled across organisations of all sizes in the arts. The whole point behind resiliency is just that your ability to present some sort of content that is based on your mission statement to do so. And it's safe environment for performers and for the public. Primarily virtual. And that is Terry Loft is president, executive director of tacos. So if you're a performing arts organization in Dallas County, and you need help reach out to the arts community Alliance, Goto Taka Dash arts DOT or GE. Find out more.

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Fast-Food Chains See Shifts Made During Pandemic Paying Off

Todd and Don

01:01 min | Last week

Fast-Food Chains See Shifts Made During Pandemic Paying Off

"Ozai, and he confirmed that McDonald's Is all in on investing in the the efficiency of drive thru locations, a number of which is a good you know you no indication of post pandemic recovery markets with a higher percentage of drive throughs are showing a quicker recovery. Yeah, it makes sense that restaurants are trying to, you know, cut those losses at food courts and other retail in environments and rely heavily on the foot traffic. Now the story goes on to say the McDonald's restaurant started opening inside the WalMart big box locations back in the early nineties during a period of growth for the fast food industry made a lot of sense. You've got a lot of people walking in and out the door. Yeah, let's share some space. It makes a lot of sense, but there's no drive thru McDonald's window at the Wal Mart, right, so they're getting rid of it. Yeah, that's what's working for people Right now. There's no doubt any drive throughs that you've done Atyour favorite restaurant. You probably noticed that the business the business is brisk. I've done P Terry's a few times to drive through a man. They have got it going on as far as the efficiency of that, speaking

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Memorial service held for John Lewis in Alabama

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Memorial service held for John Lewis in Alabama

"This morning Prayer service in Selma, Alabama, for late Congressman John Lewis, where representative Terry Sewell spoke that final crossing so different from the first speaks to the legacy that he leaves behind. And the lives that he has changed. That crossing is a march across a bridge from Selma to Montgomery. More on that from W. TV's Malik, ranking representative John Lewis will cross over the Edmund Pettus Bridge one final time before going to Montgomery, then heading back to D. C. CBS News correspondent Alison Ki spoke with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi about the impact Lewis had on her life. We're happy for him, they know he's in a better place. Pelosi says she and all the members of the House are very sad over the loss of Luis. But for all the House Democrats and Republicans, it's like a death in the family for us. Lewis died last Friday after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 80 years

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Man Accused Of Sexually Assaulting, Murdering His Grandmother At Dallas Home

Joe Pags

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Man Accused Of Sexually Assaulting, Murdering His Grandmother At Dallas Home

"We have an update on a Saturday morning homicide in Old East Dallas Dallas Police have arrested 32 year old Michael Christopher Robinson and charged him with capital murder in the death of his grandmother. 71 year old Irish Robinson and arrest affidavit says the grandson went to his grandmother's home in the 4900 block of Terry Street Saturday morning, where he made sexual advances toward her. When Irish Robinson tried to get away the grandson forced her to the ground and sexually assaulted her, then beat her to death with a fire extinguisher. A witness discovered Michael Robinson in the living room with blood on his clothes and Irish Robinson dead in another room. The grandson waived his Miranda rights and confessed to the crimes.

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University of Kentucky faculty group pushes for Rupp Arena name change due to 'racism and exclusion'

Terry Meiners and Company

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

University of Kentucky faculty group pushes for Rupp Arena name change due to 'racism and exclusion'

"In Lexington, the African American studies faculty at the University of Kentucky is calling on school President Eli Can pollute O to rename Rupp Arena. In a letter. The faculty is asking Kappa Ludo to make a number of changes, including increasing black faculty and staff and increasing support for black students. The faculty says the Adolph Rupp name has come to stand for racism and exclusion and UK athletics and alienates black students, fans and attendees.

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Cleveland Indians players, owner meet to discuss potential name change

Dan Proft

00:10 sec | 2 weeks ago

Cleveland Indians players, owner meet to discuss potential name change

"About Tuesday with owner Paul Dolan to discuss potential name change for the team, which has been called the Indians for the past 105 years. Manager Terry Francona said the group had an honest conversation.

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Dallas-Fort Worth Senior Dies Of West Nile Virus, First Human Case In Tarrant County This Year

Red Eye Radio

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dallas-Fort Worth Senior Dies Of West Nile Virus, First Human Case In Tarrant County This Year

"Esque over 19 continues to spread. Another seasonal virus has surfaced in North Texas Terry County Public Health on Tuesday reported the first West Nile virus death of 2020. This is also the first human case of the virus this year. The victim was a senior from four worth with underlying medical conditions. The virus can affect anyone but those over the age of 50 run a higher risk of severe infection. Some infected people can experience symptoms such as headache, body aches, vomiting, diarrhea or a rash. Most victims

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Building Power Among Youth

Nonprofit Luminaries

04:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Building Power Among Youth

"Thank you for joining me today? How are you doing? Great good good, so tell me about. What is all girls? Everything ultimate frisbee about. Why do you guys do? We are a leadership program and we have been brought together through ultimate Frisbee. That's how we use the together. We play Frisbee there, but we also learned there. Yeah, age up is not only really about like social justice. Education I feel like the people who work for Asia or that are in the age of community invest in the young people of Color in the key in the South Seattle community, and is really rooted around ultimate Frisbee, but we're also all have like a connected passion for social justice, wanting to make a change. In providing for our community, ultimate Frisbee, amusing to be honest with you, you know when I hear ultimate Frisbee. I don't think social justice education. A matter of fact with a lot of sports I don't think social justice says a case. I know that there's athletes who will take a stand and say something, but you know I don't i. don't naturally think ultimate Frisbee and social justice education. So how do those two combine for a job? Well I think when you think of most forts you're not. That's social justice as narrow really the first thing that comes to mind I'm pretty sure like no one ever combines like anything of the sorts of sports. But with ultimate Frisbee, since it's kind of a new sport, it's kind of like there's room to test around in like. Build new kind of community I think and that's kind of what happened the South End. There is like coaches all around the south Seattle that kind of came together to build. What age of is like Sam? Terry and Hannah Kawhi at least uneven. It came from it being such a tight knit community with those people with those players that they. They felt safe to talk about those types of topics like racism sexism, and so it started with a small group of people I think it was like tennis people and they had their like initial program of coming together and talking about social justice, and it kind of evolved into something more where everybody was willing to learn and grow together also play Frisbee together. Yeah, right? Hey, we're we're. We're here to have fun and play Frisbee than these other bigger issues that. Are Impacting us, or we care about if I'm understanding you correctly and you guys. The folks who started this felt comfortable enough with each other to be able to have this dialogue. And how how long ago when did this start? Two thousand nine at. It's even late, two, thousand, nine or early twenty ten, because we're GONNA have our ten year like Oh, yeah, two thousand nine. Yeah, doesn't you about the have your ten year anniversary? Okay? Amy was mentioning his early before we started recording that. There's there's different program elements that you guys have within eight up. What are those programs in? Can you describe them a little bit for me? We have a girls program that happens. December January, and then right after that ends the boys, program starts because we use Jefferson, community center. And will have an office upstairs, and then we use the big room in the middle, so we have to have the different programs right after each other, so then like we don't meet other programs different from you. Have your girls programming your voice program other than the gender? What's the difference in having to rather than having a combined group? I think the only difference is the ideas that we would come up with so last year. I was a girls program intern. That program was mostly about mental health for. That whole program year. And then. My other intern. Together Dion we came up with a different workshop at the end. So you have maybe different focuses. Do they come up naturally from what the group is asking for kind of what they're all talking about or do you guys have a curriculum for lack of a better word were year directing? You know what each group is is focusing during that timeframe. It used to be like. Every week was a different topic like went to his into sexism, but then we felt like one day is not enough to cover that topic. Then along the program years we would talk together and be like Oh. Should we just do one? So then? We can actually cover it, and so people can learn from. It were from now on. We're doing one topic or each year,

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"terry" Discussed on What's the Secret?

What's the Secret?

05:24 min | Last month

"terry" Discussed on What's the Secret?

"Welcome to what's the secret podcast super excited to have you on the show today? I'm glad to be here. Yeah, awesome I I have actually really been looking forward to this interview. So for the listeners of the show Terry is one of my one of my coaches right so you coach me for a while? When I was looking to do some expansion on my online business and one of the ways that the the reason I found you was I was doing some investigating into email marketing and I came across your course autoresponder alchemy which I think is fantastic. Sure we'll talk a little bit about that in a minute. But you know in this season of what's the secret? We're talking about essential skills and I really believe that one the most essential skills someone can have is. Not only to start and grow, but how to communicate with them effectively, and I know our listeners are gonNA. Love it, so maybe we can. Just how we just dive right in one at you. Just give them a little background. I know you've been in the online business space for a while. And why don't you just tell them kind of how we got to where we are today? And then we'll, we'll dive into the IMO marketing stuff. Well, we'll do the quick quick version, and the quick version is I got started it in Nineteen ninety-six. The last job I had never will have was delivering pizzas for little caesars for eight bucks an hour, and at that point time I tried a lot of things I had tried business opportunities I had tried network marketing I had tried door to door. Sales had a grand total of zero sales after work in two weeks at a company door-to-door to door sales so as you can imagine they let me go nicely. It's like okay. It's time to go now. We have to pay you minimum wage and you're gone. So I couldn't direct sales at all these issues but I heard about the Internet. I said you know what this is something I can do. Even though I'm an introvert who seems a struggle talking to people one on one. I can do this online I can figure out something I can do..

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"terry" Discussed on PhotoBiz Xposed

PhotoBiz Xposed

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"terry" Discussed on PhotoBiz Xposed

"For allowing me to be on your show as well. Joy that interview with Terry Terry via listening again. Thank you so much for challenging. May My thinking Business really opening allies chewed possibilities of grinding business successfully following the processes that you talked about it really has gained is opening for you. Listen let your mind has been blown as much as mine if there was a particular takeaway from Terry that you took. Yes I'm GonNa take that on board. I'M GONNA make some changes to my business because of what Terry said when he said that or the other auto dealer that was. What's that one thing that he said that resonated with you that's GonNa Force you to make a change in the way you will push business living in the comments area and you can find them at the bottom of the shines this week thorough bs x dot com slash three seeks now in that shower to get by links to anything and everything that Terry mentioned which wasn't a lot of links for Terry easy to find him with links account site. They're amazing but others of Terry Created shed because he's not a photographer will isn't images on the ills links images that relate to other nasmyth that I'll be making after this and.

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"terry" Discussed on 5-4

5-4

08:47 min | 5 months ago

"terry" Discussed on 5-4

"Disagree with but it's pretty cool it recognizes. Yeah Court today. Well if they started doing anything that helped defendant's rights right then. Yeah that would motivate a lot of A lot of reaction and just a another note about kind of like what's going on at the time between this case Terry. The Ohio being argued in December nineteen sixty seven and the court handing down. Its decision in this case in June. Nine hundred sixty eight Martin. Luther King has been murdered. And so has Robert Kennedy actually just days before this opinion comes down. So you know like Shit's hitting the fan so three cap here. We've got a COP who sees a couple of guys ostensibly casing store He walks up to them stops and frisks them finds weapons. They each have a gun. Right and Calls the wagon and then yeah the arrest them for it. Can't arrest them for a casing the joint because walking in front of the store and looking in the window even if you think it might be shady not a crime but it gets them on the weapons so the question is does this violate the fourth amendment. The Fourth Amendment says quote the right of the people to be secure in their persons houses papers and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated and no warrants shall issue but upon probable cause supported by oath or affirmation and particularly describing the place to be searched and the persons or things to be seized. So for the moment has two parts right. The people have the right to be secure in their persons houses papers and effects from unreasonable. Search and seizure and warrants have to be issued upon probable cause. Oh with their affirmation etcetera so probable cause is the standard that you need to issue a warrant or to affect an arrest. It's unclear exactly what probable cause means whether it really means probable like literally more than more likely than not or it means something more than that So this brings up a bunch of questions. We'll dig into the vagaries of that later. Also worth noting though as Rianne and had kind of alluded to earlier the remedy for Fourth Amendment violations is not like a lawsuit against the cops or anything. The remedy is that whatever evidence they find is excluded from consideration right so if he found those guns obviously the guns themselves or the evidence that they had guns on them That would be excluded from consideration. That's basically it so there's no real negative impact for the cop if they violate the rights they just don't really have a strong case right so the opinion breaks down like this The narrow question is whether the stop and Frisk of these men was constitutional but it also poses the broad constitutional question of what exactly the standard for a stop and Frisk is and whether and when cops can do them constitutionally so the court says that while this is a search and seizure under the fourth amendment it was so brief and limited that it does not require probable cause the court says that this is constitutional under a completely separate standard called reasonable suspicion which is a standard that they entirely made up on the spot and they basically say sort of interesting. Because the court says the concern for the officer's safety outweighs the limited intrusion on the liberty or security of the citizen. At according to the opinion fourth amendment reasonableness applies to both the stop and Frisk. The officer needs reasonable suspicion that a crime is happening to stop the person and reasonable suspicion that the person is armed to frisk the person. So if you're paying attention and none of this is really clicking for you because none of these terms have any objective. No it right foot Gobbledygook. It's nonsense probable. Cause is vague to the point. Where like no lawyer or professor can really define it with any accuracy right and now the court has introduced an even vaguer standard reasonable suspicion and declared that these two operate cohesively side by side within the fourth amendment and that we can trust police to enforce them and reasonable suspicion. Taken on its own without context. It's not even just from the meanings of the word. It's not even clear whether that's supposed to be more rigid or more lax right standard. I mean what real reason is there to believe just based on the terminology alone if you just heard them that reasonable suspicion somehow a lower standard than probable cause. It's just sort of an odd almost intentionally vague sort of facing putting this cop sands at the end of the day at the end of the day. We can trust cops to enforce it. We're going to hear more about that again. From Staten Island Borough President Joey. Double peppers vinegar tally at the end when he calls in. So this brings us to the to the textualist argument against this decision Which is there's no real basis in the fourth amendment for the creation of a second lower standard right the reasonable suspicion standard that somehow freeze police of their obligation to identify probable. Cause before making. Stop or seizure. It's true that the fourth amendment refers to quote unreasonable searches and seizures. But what makes the most sense? I think to me And I think there's really no other way to read. It is that those two terms are linked right. A search or seizure is unreasonable if it lacks probable cause And as the descent points out. In what I think is its strongest point. If you read the fourth amendment any other way if you read it like majorities reading it. Then police on. The streets have more power to authorize a stop or seizure than a judge issuing a warrant a judge who would be informed by a police officer. Who's acting under oath? Right OF WHY. They need a warrant. That judge for some reason is less able or more restricted when they're trying to affect a warrant. It's absurd on its face. I think the majority doesn't address that argument at all right not at all and I think you can kind of compare Because it is the same court and the justices. They chose a completely different approach. Before this case when they decided the Miranda case the Miranda case comes down right and they say you know in order for people's self incriminating statements to be used against them they're waiver of their Fifth Amendment Right. There's a sort of series of like specific prophylactic rules to ensure people know what their rights are first and kind of curb the potential of police coercion right. So Miranda says like the police have to tell you these rights up front so the Warren Court is like thinking about this stuff right and they just don't even it's not even addressed here is. Is there any sense that they're just doing some real politics here? Where there's a point in the opinion where we're warn writing for the court says look black people complain that cops harass them and we're not here to question that but would excluding evidence from these types of stops really stopped police incense where I think that. Maybe they're like there's only so much we can do right. Maybe if we did this cops just ignore US and I. It would only undercut our efforts. I WANNA give them too much credit because this is a shit opinion. It's a shit opinion but the comparison right like they know. They're leaking with these issues deeply and here they stopped doing. It's true I mean the only thing I can really say the Warren Court's Defense and I'll say a once in never mentioned never defended again. Is that The scholarship on the relationship between race and policing was nothing near what it is today right through but when they're calling it out in the opinion explicitly obviously they have some set suit. Maybe Warren was concerned about getting called out on twitter by the head of the Police Union. They're pretty aggressive. It's a big risk. Now was a big risk. I think it's right that like the politics of the time are absolutely relevant. The court is being lambasted publicly particularly about what it's doing to like quote unquote like give criminals rights or whatever right. The public doesn't like that and I think like there's a feeling of own most explicit a tone in the opinion that like earl. Warren might just want to kind of wash his hands of it and we don't know what's happening behind the scenes. It could be that. Police Officers are sending Earl Warren The heads of of rabbits you know in the mail is a threat shirt. I don't want to say that they did that for. Sure on a.

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"terry" Discussed on 5-4

5-4

08:47 min | 5 months ago

"terry" Discussed on 5-4

"Disagree with but it's pretty cool it recognizes. Yeah Court today. Well if they started doing anything that helped defendant's rights right then. Yeah that would motivate a lot of A lot of reaction and just a another note about kind of like what's going on at the time between this case Terry. The Ohio being argued in December nineteen sixty seven and the court handing down. Its decision in this case in June. Nine hundred sixty eight Martin. Luther King has been murdered. And so has Robert Kennedy actually just days before this opinion comes down. So you know like Shit's hitting the fan so three cap here. We've got a COP who sees a couple of guys ostensibly casing store He walks up to them stops and frisks them finds weapons. They each have a gun. Right and Calls the wagon and then yeah the arrest them for it. Can't arrest them for a casing the joint because walking in front of the store and looking in the window even if you think it might be shady not a crime but it gets them on the weapons so the question is does this violate the fourth amendment. The Fourth Amendment says quote the right of the people to be secure in their persons houses papers and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated and no warrants shall issue but upon probable cause supported by oath or affirmation and particularly describing the place to be searched and the persons or things to be seized. So for the moment has two parts right. The people have the right to be secure in their persons houses papers and effects from unreasonable. Search and seizure and warrants have to be issued upon probable cause. Oh with their affirmation etcetera so probable cause is the standard that you need to issue a warrant or to affect an arrest. It's unclear exactly what probable cause means whether it really means probable like literally more than more likely than not or it means something more than that So this brings up a bunch of questions. We'll dig into the vagaries of that later. Also worth noting though as Rianne and had kind of alluded to earlier the remedy for Fourth Amendment violations is not like a lawsuit against the cops or anything. The remedy is that whatever evidence they find is excluded from consideration right so if he found those guns obviously the guns themselves or the evidence that they had guns on them That would be excluded from consideration. That's basically it so there's no real negative impact for the cop if they violate the rights they just don't really have a strong case right so the opinion breaks down like this The narrow question is whether the stop and Frisk of these men was constitutional but it also poses the broad constitutional question of what exactly the standard for a stop and Frisk is and whether and when cops can do them constitutionally so the court says that while this is a search and seizure under the fourth amendment it was so brief and limited that it does not require probable cause the court says that this is constitutional under a completely separate standard called reasonable suspicion which is a standard that they entirely made up on the spot and they basically say sort of interesting. Because the court says the concern for the officer's safety outweighs the limited intrusion on the liberty or security of the citizen. At according to the opinion fourth amendment reasonableness applies to both the stop and Frisk. The officer needs reasonable suspicion that a crime is happening to stop the person and reasonable suspicion that the person is armed to frisk the person. So if you're paying attention and none of this is really clicking for you because none of these terms have any objective. No it right foot Gobbledygook. It's nonsense probable. Cause is vague to the point. Where like no lawyer or professor can really define it with any accuracy right and now the court has introduced an even vaguer standard reasonable suspicion and declared that these two operate cohesively side by side within the fourth amendment and that we can trust police to enforce them and reasonable suspicion. Taken on its own without context. It's not even just from the meanings of the word. It's not even clear whether that's supposed to be more rigid or more lax right standard. I mean what real reason is there to believe just based on the terminology alone if you just heard them that reasonable suspicion somehow a lower standard than probable cause. It's just sort of an odd almost intentionally vague sort of facing putting this cop sands at the end of the day at the end of the day. We can trust cops to enforce it. We're going to hear more about that again. From Staten Island Borough President Joey. Double peppers vinegar tally at the end when he calls in. So this brings us to the to the textualist argument against this decision Which is there's no real basis in the fourth amendment for the creation of a second lower standard right the reasonable suspicion standard that somehow freeze police of their obligation to identify probable. Cause before making. Stop or seizure. It's true that the fourth amendment refers to quote unreasonable searches and seizures. But what makes the most sense? I think to me And I think there's really no other way to read. It is that those two terms are linked right. A search or seizure is unreasonable if it lacks probable cause And as the descent points out. In what I think is its strongest point. If you read the fourth amendment any other way if you read it like majorities reading it. Then police on. The streets have more power to authorize a stop or seizure than a judge issuing a warrant a judge who would be informed by a police officer. Who's acting under oath? Right OF WHY. They need a warrant. That judge for some reason is less able or more restricted when they're trying to affect a warrant. It's absurd on its face. I think the majority doesn't address that argument at all right not at all and I think you can kind of compare Because it is the same court and the justices. They chose a completely different approach. Before this case when they decided the Miranda case the Miranda case comes down right and they say you know in order for people's self incriminating statements to be used against them they're waiver of their Fifth Amendment Right. There's a sort of series of like specific prophylactic rules to ensure people know what their rights are first and kind of curb the potential of police coercion right. So Miranda says like the police have to tell you these rights up front so the Warren Court is like thinking about this stuff right and they just don't even it's not even addressed here is. Is there any sense that they're just doing some real politics here? Where there's a point in the opinion where we're warn writing for the court says look black people complain that cops harass them and we're not here to question that but would excluding evidence from these types of stops really stopped police incense where I think that. Maybe they're like there's only so much we can do right. Maybe if we did this cops just ignore US and I. It would only undercut our efforts. I WANNA give them too much credit because this is a shit opinion. It's a shit opinion but the comparison right like they know. They're leaking with these issues deeply and here they stopped doing. It's true I mean the only thing I can really say the Warren Court's Defense and I'll say a once in never mentioned never defended again. Is that The scholarship on the relationship between race and policing was nothing near what it is today right through but when they're calling it out in the opinion explicitly obviously they have some set suit. Maybe Warren was concerned about getting called out on twitter by the head of the Police Union. They're pretty aggressive. It's a big risk. Now was a big risk. I think it's right that like the politics of the time are absolutely relevant. The court is being lambasted publicly particularly about what it's doing to like quote unquote like give criminals rights or whatever right. The public doesn't like that and I think like there's a feeling of own most explicit a tone in the opinion that like earl. Warren might just want to kind of wash his hands of it and we don't know what's happening behind the scenes. It could be that. Police Officers are sending Earl Warren The heads of of rabbits you know in the mail is a threat shirt. I don't want to say that they did that for. Sure on a.

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"terry" Discussed on 5-4

5-4

12:38 min | 5 months ago

"terry" Discussed on 5-4

"Terry outtake. Hey everyone I'm Leon. Faulk CO creator of slow-burn and fiasco on today's episode of five to four. Peter Reaction and Michael Moore talking about Terry Ohio. A case that clear path to the police tactic we all know is stop and Frisk intended to be a quick check to identify hidden. Weapons or contraband. It's known as stop-and-frisk but communities of color say targets many and unfairly at that you're not Tober of nineteen sixty three a police officer in Cleveland. Ohio saw two men walking back and forth past a storefront in a manner. He found suspicious so he approached them. Patted them down and discovered they had guns when the men were prosecuted for carrying concealed. Weapons defense lawyer argued that the stop and Frisk had been illegal but in nineteen sixty eight. The Supreme Court ruled at the officers. Actions did not violate the fourth amendment. This is five to four podcast about how much the Supreme Court sucks..

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"terry" Discussed on 5-4

5-4

12:38 min | 5 months ago

"terry" Discussed on 5-4

"Terry outtake. Hey everyone I'm Leon. Faulk CO creator of slow-burn and fiasco on today's episode of five to four. Peter Reaction and Michael Moore talking about Terry Ohio. A case that clear path to the police tactic we all know is stop and Frisk intended to be a quick check to identify hidden. Weapons or contraband. It's known as stop-and-frisk but communities of color say targets many and unfairly at that you're not Tober of nineteen sixty three a police officer in Cleveland. Ohio saw two men walking back and forth past a storefront in a manner. He found suspicious so he approached them. Patted them down and discovered they had guns when the men were prosecuted for carrying concealed. Weapons defense lawyer argued that the stop and Frisk had been illegal but in nineteen sixty eight. The Supreme Court ruled at the officers. Actions did not violate the fourth amendment. This is five to four podcast about how much the Supreme Court sucks..

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"terry" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:00 min | 5 months ago

"terry" Discussed on Revision Path

"Tvd All right sounds. Good we'll Terry Bill. Thank you so much for coming on the show. It's funny when we talked about this before you were saying like. Oh there's not really something like in particular I sorta wanted to discuss. But I think as we've heard your story and definitely as we've seen you kind of grow throughout the years is based on what you told us like. It's clear that you know forging your own path to be a creative is not an easy task and I think that's something that a lot of people may forget because creativity from the outside looking in can often look like a very easy thing like. Oh you just sit around and just come up with ideas all day or you. You draw all day like the things that are attributed to creativity. When you're a child tend to be discarded us for Volley when you're an adult which I think is is really odd but certainly. I think what I can draw. Hopefully others draw from your story. Is that you know carving out a career like this is something that takes time is not necessarily an easy thing but I think as long as you have this sort of underlying goal of what it is that you want to put out there in the world that you can really sort of make a name for yourself and I think certainly you`re. You're on your way. I mean if the typeface type I am blown away by the typeface. 'cause I wanNA make a typeface. I don't know how to make typefaces I to Emma type. Nerd so you props for me just for the typeface but overall I think you know was you know your startup work with the nail your education work and you work. You're doing now through ever fi like you're you're on your way man I mean we we profiled you for twenty eight days of the web so clearly you're out here making an impact you know so thank you so much for coming on the show. I really do appreciate it. Yeah thanks for having me. I appreciate it big..

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"terry" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:17 min | 5 months ago

"terry" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"If money talks with Terry sampled in today Terry we are talking social security let everybody know what we have for the money talks mailers of the week yeah we have quite a few things to hand out you one is a booklet from social security administration it is entitled to retirement benefits and what's inside of that booklet it talks about social security and your retirement plan Tyerman benefits family benefits what you need to know when you're eligible for retirement benefits it also talks about Medicare when should you apply for Medicare and then how to contact social security to get started so that's all in the booklet as well it does talk about taxation of social security which I don't know if we're gonna get to that too much right at this point but it is in the booklet I'll see if I can grab a couple pieces on that during the show here along with the booklet for in total retirement benefits that we have three other articles for you one is entitled understanding social security another article is entitled social security what should you do at sixty two and I might say or not also another piece is full security retirement benefit baby basics okay so if you call in nine five two five four four two eight three seven we'll send you all four pieces especially the booklet from the retirement from Seoul security administration entitled to retirement benefits okay one more time of that phone number nine five two five four four two eight three seven we're going to help me Terry dot com okay so before we went into the break we're talking about a what not to do kind of situation right in regards to knowing all the rules and all the regulations and what move to make cannabis in regards to the game of chess if you don't know the rules it's hard to win the game in regards to social security if you don't know all your options you might make the wrong choice meaning the less profitable choice the so take a look and work for somebody that understands all the options we have samples financial group can put together what's called the social security explore analysis which is a report showing what is the break even for you what is the break even for your spouse what kind what combination would be best for both of you the only thing we need to know is what your benefit amount is for full retirement and you can get that by going to Seoul security dot gov and create an online account once we have those two numbers and we have your birthdate and we have one one magical question you have to answer how long are you going to live in we can do different scenarios on that so you don't have to just give us one you could say about eighty five ninety five or about ninety and one hundred her some people say about seventy and eighty it's like well let's go further than that just so we can think about it as well yeah but if you do have health issues that is also important how soon should you take it should you take it as soon as you can get the most you possibly can if you don't need it in some cases it could make sense to take it and instead of spending some of your investment portfolio in retirement or delaying some other withdrawal of an investment piece so the retirement income cash flow analysis that we put together a sample financial group full full inter twine your social security decision with all the other pieces that you may be looking at like on a pension what option should you take on your pension if you have a lump sum option versus monthly which one is best for you which one is best for your spouse also you might have after tax money Roth IRA money traditional IRA money for a Cape money all of the above which money should you spend first is very critical including social security I'm making sure your money lasts as long as you do so give us a call for no cost full analysis as well as a full no contest social security analysis yeah and I think that's that's a really important point that you make there Terry and you know social security is something that everybody pays into you know to all taxpayers do over years and it's really important to people.

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"terry" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:53 min | 5 months ago

"terry" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"We've got lots to talk about today in for Terry and you know I want to say it is corona virus that is every day is is corona is that is is just it is we have become obsessed and I get it I understand we we certainly have to take precautions yes we have to wash your hands yes we have to to be vigilant about this we just had a reported case a a parent reported case here in Indiana and the Tennessee tech the end not long ago and we you know we're we're still sort of waiting to see I guess it's inevitable that we'll have a situation here developing in the bluegrass all those kinds of things and we will certainly keep you up to speed on all of that without trying to it to get too crazy about this this whole thing if you are a if if you're in the market if you have a four oh one K. if you do stocks whatever it might be you are you are hurting over the past couple of weeks it has it has been rough and listening to some of the reports yesterday from Seattle or people say for the first time in in memory you can find a a parking space in downtown Seattle in the middle of the day space needle all but deserted yesterday lots of lots of restaurants empty that type of thing you know what I wonder how much of this is just it is a it is a perception thing and certainly we have not had those kinds of problems here and that is a good thing but it is it is something that we you know clearly have to be aware of and we'll keep you up to speed on that we'll be checking in with that with reporters from ABC about this today and find out what the latest is the president just signed an eight point three billion dollar rotavirus relief plan here we're gonna try to keep this under wraps as much as we can try to deal with it as much as we can with all of the other the challenges that that come with it so we'll talk about that a little later on today there are other things going on today too there are there's new entertainment things that are out today and sports of course we've got cards in caps wrapping things up this weekend getting ready for for tournament play next week and my gosh selection Sunday is just what it's it's next weekend right it's a week from Saturday over for a week from Sunday so we've we've got that and so it high school games are are continuing here we got the the Sweet Sixteen tournament that just ahead we've got tournament with the women's college basketball would get that tournament action coming up right now in fact cats are playing tonight cardinals are playing today I think in the end is playing today is well we'll keep you up to speed with the speed on that throughout the afternoon so we had all kinds of things going on for you this afternoon we're said Donna will be watching the markets and find out what's going on Bobby's doing traffic.

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"terry" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

07:50 min | 8 months ago

"terry" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"How do you have a Dulcinea and by having a young girl from this village play? Play the young the girl in the film. Whatever whether she results didn't matter but what that did how she went off to become a star and and ended up being an escort eventually a tart and basically the kept woman of a rich oligarch so she became Dulcinea? Because because Dulcinea in Keighley's world is a really basically a horse who she is and he's he's innocent attitude towards her is. Such is an untouchable thing but we had one ended up with a character who was touchable in the end and in the end. Nobody's actually made any comments about about as Cayote and the news on nucleoside in new Sancho Panza ride off into the sunset Sanchez L.. Woman what is it. What does this mean is an asset? Well maybe she'll turn into cayote this. I don't know the the film. I think the problem for the film for me was kind of like Adam. The expectations people for twenty five years. So it's going to be great. It's gotTa me phenomenal. Why does it have to be great? Why isn't it just the latest film I did and that is? It's not like I had the perfect script and we just had to get it right it. It was just trying to do something that made a film about Donkey Odi whatever and we ended up with a very different story with very different people. And it's better than what we set out to do. But that's necessary what people think that I I just like. I don't want people to have expectations when I go to Bubis and I just wanted to. We agree we say that mantra of ours actually So when you get to see this film folks wipe the slate clean. Yeah that's that's what Terry's asking you because there's been too many reviews who whatever they're saying in the review the last paragraph starts with wasn't really worth Earth waiting thirty years and you know what the answer is going to be. There was one review that said yes but most of you know you know the answer and that's the problem I keep saying it's not a film that I'm wrote thirty years ago that I have. It's a something we worked on an ended up making a film couple years ago and finished budget on time. Yes that's all on budget on time. Ladies and gentlemen but ladies and gentleman not and you find it for have you seen this. We don't want to talk about distribution you do. Oh No let's not keep your eyes and ears open and and Sooner or later through the new means we have now now streaming and downloading and And even old fashioned. DVD's and BLU rays. I believe in those much more than streaming Is the quality's better and you can. I can see it again and now the problem. I think the other thing about so many films Don Quixote falls into that category. It's better the second time and I've heard it from friends. It's really always bothers me because a friend who's worked on many of my films saw Quixote London Film Festival and and she didn't say much outdoors but as usual people. Don't make you feel good. An we had another screening more recently and she saw it again. Should I have to admit Oh. I saw the first time. I didn't get it. I really didn't get Terry. I didn't know what you're doing. I saw it the second time. It's the best film you've ever made. I don't agree with her on either later but it's nice that that affected it happened. Untied Land is same thing because Thailand is a film that is a disturbing film because because it's disturbing and I was issued in Paris about the French journalists had watched it and he I said Okay I saw it. I thought it was terrible. I hated it and then I said and they said because I knew I was going to have to interview you today. I watched the second time. It's wonderful and that's really interesting and a lot of my films have been like that. Where what if? I don't understand what it is. People are expecting expecting the first time because I'm not delivering. What they're expecting is all I know but if they like it enough to look again yeah now I get it? It's just great. It's wonderful that you've arrived at this moment and of course you had your moment when you got a standing ovation at can. I'm sure that was in minutes but no even that see nothing is satisfying. We're getting unbelievably unbelievable. Is the longest in the history of Coun- close and I'm standing doing all byles. Is it about the film or the fact that I I finally made. It is about endurance or the quality of what they just saw. And I still don't know maybe it's everything or nothing. They say they had to fill out. That would be a two-minute standing. I would reckon for fifty best. What are you doing thank you well? We can't thank you enough for stomach. Today Cherries thanks And we love you we love your work and And we encourage people to keep their eyes and ears open. Yes the man who killed Don Quixote. Auty thank you and your social media human. I get on my facebook and post things and let the world know because I've been surrounded especially on this film with some of the worst distribution on the planet and people have no idea. The film is even out there. So I put it on for the fans these to hopefully go and see it and it's this is a new world and skyguide. I think it's very difficult for any independent filmmaker now because the independent distributors distributors do not have the money anymore and they're fighting studios ill-spent eighty million promoting a film Omar and they don't have the money and they keep. Ah they talk about. Oh but people follow our social media. We do it on social media. Don't you've got to know the company that's Putting the film out and you've got to be going to their website. 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"terry" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

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12:01 min | 8 months ago

"terry" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Yes you've you've also landed or discovered if we can use that word people Sort the beginnings innings of their careers Who fulfilled the promise that they showed in your films? I'm thinking first of Sarah Pauly. Who who's talented at three years old yup talented today and talented director? She didn't it didn't learn that skill for me though and learn all the things not to do. It's what it was so just brilliant child and when we were shooting Munchausen she was like the oldest person on the set she was the professional and it was always worrying because we were working weird hours and I think afterwards at some point she was made made several interviews about the dangerous she was in. That was apparent. Bajor wasn't real danger because I'm not gonNA sacrifice whatever main characters it's but so it was great. I get what makes me think about working with kids in in you know in time bandits that in Bush house had been untied lamb with Joe del Fairly and and this was the most extraordinary child she was nine and a half years old. I think Sarah was a half for your older who I did one Chelsea and and you find these kids who are so. They are kids but they're so smart and beyond on their years. I don't know where this comes from and again Joe. Del just made that film work. She's she's the lead she's never offscreen. Hardly and and have a little kid holding it. I just I don't know what it is. It gets totally instinct. When I'm casting I I have some information about them Aw and then we talk at. It's really about. I really like this person. I think it'd be fun to play with in the midst. It's kind of like that. Well that's the perfect motivation. It is important. And if you're going to be honest set and you're creating your world both onscreen and in real life you don't want to be around someone you can't stand. I know you've got to spend time in advance. Sounds to do that. We're talking about the same movie. Yes that's always nothing so that's that I don't have to direct other than saying stand there and move over there. It's it's not like I'm sitting here. Getting performance of somebody by being clever manipulated them. It's just basically being a good audience because with my wide. Angle Lenses is. I've always very close to the actors and I'm right there and I'm a good audience when they're funny. I laugh when the tragic I cry and they can see. It's it's not me sitting back in an airstream trailers some video. You're not in video village in there. And we're communicating really closely. And I don't try to tell them much at all. I just hope that we've talked enough in advance. We understand what we're trying to do. And then we go to work and then an actor in that situation wants to please you. Yeah I mean if you're performing and you're like being a coach I imagine this sport you want the coach to give you words words of approval. You want approbation for what you done. I know I don't I mean what I read about. How Hitchcock deals with actors? Now now I don't know how to do that. I you can just be a buddy there by the one. That intrigued me was fisher. King is Jeff Bridges. I mean it's a great performance but what I didn't know and people tell they don't realize he's doing you to really and when I look at the film his movements. He's not doing me but he's a certain energy in the way of moving at and that's what I do. Well he chose a good inspiration then worked but when you work with somebody like that you're working with with a genius and you just I marvel. I just sit that God. How where's this coming from house? He House yeah. Well he's the best. There is what what impressed you about heath. Ledger Heath Ledger again. I met him. The first thing came up with Nicola Pecker in my DP was doing a film called it was called the Sin Eater and Atlanta and he called me and said this kid is great because we had just unfair so this kid Barron. Johnny said you've got to beat him and so he turned up in In Hollywood and I met him and it was just just one of those things he thought this guy is so tremendous just the aura that came off him and we laughed and played and I thought this is fantastic and it proved to be that he was one of those people. Everybody who met him was amazed. There was something he just gave off vibes. That were so extraordinary and member. One night we were in Prague shooting brothers Grimm and I just dragged about into see a gypsy band at a place where every pizza before and I said. Hey Th- how old are you twenty four. I thought he was like more like thirty thirty. Four he was he seemed older than Matt Damon. And and everybody who spent any time with said this is a very wise soul he he comes from something very far away very deep and he had I think the moment that really hooked me on them with Lysol Monster's ball and the moment before before he kills himself in it. It was so how. Where did this conference? How did he do what he did? Because it's so subtle and simple apple is nothing overly dramatic just hits you just hit you right in the got and and that's what it was like. I remember when Monica Bellucci came on and she was in the makeup department in there was pictures of Matt and he. She didn't know who he was. And who is that. The picture started it and it was just from then on C.. He he he thinks it's I think it's one of the to me. It's one of the really true tragic great on losses. Yeah because I think he was without a doubt going to be the best of his generation. There was nobody close. It had the range he can do comedy he tragedy. It was a romantic lead on every level and it was it was Bearable basically when he got out of that tragedy. And I'm not making light of it in any way. Came an interesting solution to your dilemma of losing your leading man in the magic area. My doctor for gas. Well more in two thousand. You didn't have for the moon back for this film you're right and says it was when he died we we. He just finished shooting in London halfway through the shoot and then we all went our different ways. We went out to Vancouver. He went to New York. And and I'm getting endings ready in Vancouver and my daughter comes in. I was in the art department. Try to save some money off and she said come on you gotta come into. My Office is busy. I can say fifteen thousand dollars here and there was an an all we had was the on her computer. BBC announcing heath debt. And I it just it was impossible. It was impossible to believe because we've just been working together. Thanks and and anyway I was. I said well that's it. I'm I'm going home. This is over because I just love this guy and I just couldn't see anyway of continuing my daughter. Amy Just will not let go you got we got to fix this. We're going to do it. Nicole mine DP the same thing come you gotta do we gotta get somebody else size in the end. I said wait. There's all one actor that could replace heath as far as I'm concerned and I said let's get three and that was hit eh. First person I called was johnny and interviews Johnny Depp and an Johnny said whatever you want I'll be there and and that stopped the retreat retreat of the Finance Finance Insurance Company. Were just the film is over. He and I said my daughter said we got Johnny. Depp agreed to come on and then than Than Jude Law and Colin Farrell. Because I only wanted people that were close to heath friends I was offered some really big names ames. Who wanted to be in there to take over the part and I said no I want Scott family and that's what it was? They did a brilliant job and they worked for nothing they gave their money. All to heath's daughter I mean that's you don't experience things like that very often in show bizz to have that much love and appreciation of One Person Eighth Ledger and and the fact. The film works brilliantly. But it's still the one for me. I would have liked to have seen the film that he thought they were making now or I will never see that but what we made with the three begin. uh-huh was fantastic. They were all because they all knew that they were able just feed off of what they felt about. Heath it was great. And you've three brilliant actors actors mean you know it's it's three as you say it's it's the perfect combination so of all the people that you could choose from who know he happens to be three of the best actors dot the trick is every film. You're doing case you lead is big. Sure you've got a magic mirror. Crucial filmmakers I says my big advice vice. Well it's that aspect of the film is seamless. It's only worth it. So work seems organic and there is a scene in there that has heath in it and he was dead where we shall see We found a real good little trick. we pulled it off and not going to tell you this magic. Get a mild rant on my part I don't want to. I know how everything is made. I understand that some people want to go behind the scenes deep dive but then especially before movie comes out at least if it's come come out and I've seen it then it's not as intensive and experience but I don't WanNa Watch anything where you said. Okay so you know how in this scene will that wasn't unreal boat and that wasn't real and this isn't this isn't this isn't because movies are meant to be magic. Yup and if all I'm doing the entire time saying wow it's a really good magic trick. Then that's not the thing that's what to me is even like I'll go into like CGI work. I don't want it to be seen to be. CGI US all the time but people aren't aware I'm using because it's good magic. Good magic as you look over in this ham but I'm really by right. Head is in another so another nice piece of casting is to see today's man of the moment driver all of the movies in the lead of Your your belly. No Man who killed Don Quixote. I know I mean how many films in at the moment he's a has no life outside aggressively Adam again again my daughter. Amy gets the blame for everything she said out of driver because I had seen Ian Star Wars with him the first Kylo Ren and I thought okay. It's kind of interesting. But it is what it is. And she said this guy's good. And he's bankable see always it's always got to be. And he's bankable say whether it's Robin Williams. And he's Bankable Ed so she arranged a meeting on. We had luncheon a pub in London and I met him. I hadn't seen I've never seen girls. I've I've never even seen Patterson. I had only seen him as Kylo Ren he. Es C Patterson. I will tell..

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"terry" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

13:12 min | 8 months ago

"terry" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"I really liked England because it was the only country in Europe that I actually spoke a language that was similar color and after coming back to America after hitchhiking around I ended up in Los Angeles again working in advertising with a company called Carson Roberts which gave the world have a happy day and they also gave the World Smiley face. So do we thank them or not I. I worked for only eleven months so it's not my fault. Yeah one reason I. I just decided like didn't like America anymore. Europe really intrigued me in a went with my English girl. Fem to England and and that was it and that was nineteen sixty seven. And I've lived there ever since Wow Yeah and Did you find you. You had a different perspective of of America from afar. No I think I think I just found an audience at appreciate is my view of America. It it was. It was really like that. I think subsequently I've just stayed away and I've renounced citizenship. I'm now one hundred percent British but I am always thinking about America. The power of America in the world and the influence that has all the rights and wrongs of the country has done on. So I'm always I think commenting on America and I'll probably all my films in one way or another heavily disguised I was just wondering because that's the thing that always fascinated me but English humor is that it's a like the Janus the two headed creature On the one hand you have. It's the country that produce Noel Coward. Yes and it's the country that produced Benny Hill. Yes both are equally the British as been used in a sentence. I'm sure people range before. Will it be Benny Hill in Monty Python. We're always using the same sentence they thought are kind of humor was identical. Benny Hill's couldn't be more different. But course it it took American. It seemed to be British humor. Whatever that meant And and so how did you. How did you find you fit into that national psyche? If there is one at all I was. I was anglophile for years. I mean I love the ealing comedies. I love own beyond the fringe. It was just something that I thought this is so funny. It's because you had a country that was laughing at itself. The American doesn't is not very good at laughing at itself. And that's what I liked about English humor. 'cause they're this country had the biggest empire the world has ever known on and lost it and so I got there about less than one hundred years after they lost. This and I think Britain survived by laughing at itself itself for losing an empire. So when you gotta humor that's based on self deprecation it's more interesting than pointing finger laughing at the other guy And I've always liked this. It suits you. I dare say it suits. You would people in. England seemed to appreciate my sense of humor as well. which in America before I left I was working with various people? Try to do things and we couldn't find an audience. We couldn't find an outlet and and getting involved with Python. I could bring my slightly skewed version of things to the others in the group so it was a nice balance is brought a certain and American anger. Describe the animation that you did and how did you come upon that that that style that mode of of animation will the second part is easier. I always love automation. I Love Walt Disney and and I could draw all cartoons and I used to do little flip books where so I could do animation on the most basic crudest level and I got involved with a the television show in England where I was basically the cartoonists to draw cartoons of the guests as they came on and they had some material they. You didn't know how to present the recorded two months worth of connecting links by this DJ British DJ. Who did these terrible ponds? And they had all this material. They didn't know what to do and I said well let me make an animated film. I had two weeks and four hundred pounds was to do it in and the only way I could do it was cutting out things that existed and moving the stuff around very crudely and nobody had seen anything like that in America I I had seen in in New York in the early sixties. Stand Vanderbeek Who was used cutout animation? And I think that's what was in my head and it was. The style was based purely on time and lack of money. Nothing more but it again. It worked worked. Yes it worked and it worked somehow uniquely well amidst all the python nonsense well. I became the connecting link because his a sketch would reach a certain point and and then they'd has mother sketches and I had to connect these two things so I had a starting point and a finishing in point and working like that those limitations ideas would come. Okay how I stick with that and you do it this way Terry and I did data and using what we used to call Clip Art would be called out now but I get go go through books. Can't find images I would send the stuff off to be photographed and then I would blow it up to the size needed and cut it out and other stuff I would. I learn to to airbrushing and I just I loved it so I can do that and I could cycle what I couldn't find in photos or engravings I I could do With my own artwork and and I I had to do this stuff so quickly because each the shows we were just turning the shows out and I probably had two weeks to do each the hover months few minutes of animation. I do each time so I was working day day and night. I probably had to all nighters at least every week which are cheaper than drugs and it's amazing. How three o'clock in the morning pieces of paper talk to you and they assemble themselves? Young artists take note the freedom of being trapped between a starting point and finishing point having to do something in a very short period of time with very libertarian objects. And it's and it's like I just I wish I wish I could work like that again. Because the thoughts Cape. Hey freely and quickly there was no time for double thinking knows you just did it and when you get on a roll like that just like a you know a great eight musician and just playing the music comes and it just comes from whatever source. Yeah Yeah Yeah and then this. That's the the magic of deadlines to yes. I've only been able to work with deadlines because I rail against them but they're necessary. I used to think where I get my agent to give me a deadline. That was A day earlier than the real devil because I was always late and I spent all night trying to get this thing done and I had an extra jail at least you know yourself at at least you know yourself well enough to plan ahead with that. You've got understand your feelings going to success. So how did this relationship relationship with the pythons. evolve into you being a part time performer. And getting involved on that was again they they were each. I'd come in with my cans of film it's show and they were doing all this stuff and there was an audience and they were having one time I was bored and so I started taking on the characters that nobody wants to touch or costumes that nobody wanted to wear just to keep myself involved and it grew into something by the time. You're like life life Brian. And I'm the jailer. My head split open and things like that they were just fund. Do I never. I only sort of chose grotesque kind of characters. Because I didn't want to be seen as me. And and they were sort of characters that the others just wouldn't deal with. I was so in awe of their talents. The others the group so I never tried to compete with them. I just filled in the gaps that nobody what does touch. Or you serve your purpose served and and do you remember any kind of purposeful conversation about Co Directing initially a feature length film with Terry Jones. I besides sharing a first name. We wind and moaned a lot. uh-huh because In mcnaughton news direct to get we just sit now come on. That looks terrible. We were very convinced that we were better than in. So when we got the money to make holy grail and we'd complete control of the whole thing Terry and I said well let the two of US direct and the others were happy because directing python is a dog's body job just because the group knows what it's doing and so we just had to do all complicated aided hard stuff getting locations cost everything which I was very happy to do and and we got our name. We made mounted in the holy grail and it said directed by Terry Jones Terry Gilliam we were film directors. Just name up there. That's the trick and once it's up there. People believe you doing washing washer direct. was that something before. I think I really did want to make films in a long time without actually ever stating it to myself clearly but I just love Bubis and I thought to be able to make a world the kinds of the people making movies which is wonderful create and control control the universe. Yes God to play God. That's what you do. You make films. Would you've got total control. It's to me. It is is every filmmaker's like creating a world and it's usually a reflection of the world. I think reliving at any moment and I and all the details are so important. Portent I love all the aspects of filmmaking. Whether it's costumes music sound effects sets I kind of do them all but I work with people. You're better than me in each of their individual Jobs but I think that's my films have any unique. Quality is because my finger prints on everything in one way or another yet. And that's just how you like it. I do but I love working with people. You're better than me because I'll have the initial idea and they will start working. They'll come up with a better one to me. It's always been who's got the best idea you've got to give up eagle in a sense and whoever has a better idea. Yeah 'cause I get credit anyway. You figured all this out you cricket all this out only when I do interviews like this. Well you're putting on a good show. All the whole thing is about you. got a good show. Kerry were buying it. We're buying it because we've seen the results so we know what What about making your I non python film that was another plateau another challenge because again? I'm sitting criticizing all the things in holy grail Oll things. We couldn't do right because we were just doing comedy. And I just wanted to be able to spend more time really creating a unique world and being romantic if I want to be the adventure adventure so I want to be and so I set on my own to make just one more mediaeval film with three pythons involved. Expecting the world low accepted as a non python film and of course it was sold as a python film which made me crazy because it isn't and when you Sela a python film. It's not meant to be funny. And so the reviews not as funny and they could dismiss the film that way. Not as funny as Holy Grail Rail. No what was wonderful to countries that didn't know python. We're who I got great reviews my dad and I was embarrassing. Yeah I do not understand what marketing team thinks. It's a good idea to sell something that it is not you know so..

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"terry" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

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13:43 min | 8 months ago

"terry" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"So tune in on because we have Terry Gilliam's our guest today. Hello hello to you. I still haven't decided if you're just a figment of my imagination adulation of my own imagination. And with some days I wake up and I can't imagine I'm alive and so you got me on Lucky Day. One of the greatest compliments I ever receive and it's happened more than once. Is that people think I look like something that you dreamed up. I looked like a Terry Jillian. That's the highest compliment. Thank you have been useful then. Yes yes absolutely so you have now. You won't know this or have any reason to know or remember this but we first met forty five years ago in Zagreb Bob at this animation festival in what was then Yugoslavia. We did did we we. We did well. I mean I I was probably tell me more about my life Well for for those who don't know housed a wonderful animation studio the even won an Oscar in the nineteen sixties for very clever short routes and So the fellow who ran that studio Moco mcco why do I remember his name. started this animation festival and it became a world class festival and I met so many people there that year I met John Humbly I'm at Frank Thomas from the Disney's nine old men June foray I'm an incredible array of people including you and you had some of your monty not Python Animation Shorts Inc in competition and competing with them. I don't know other other surreal animation shorts shorts I suppose but you were there and we chatted briefly and I got to say hey. I met that guys in the monty python stuff and then didn't we do something a bit later around nine thousand nine hundred eighty five. USC Yes and telluride Film Festival directly when you presented lost in La Mancha when when you were generous of spirit yes and and we thought very endearing introducing a film that was about a very painful episode in your your life than making our unmaking as you say of I think I'm one of the people that found it interesting and funny to watch everybody else. We're horrified lied for for what they thought. I must have been going through I was very relieved in many ways that it fell apart because I knew deep down that the film was in big trouble in a few months it would get even worse and I would get the blame well again. instinct perspective there but also a very philosophical tone the strike. And if you folks what film we're talking about it's a wonderful documentary by Keith. Fulton and Louis Pepe lost in La Mancha. And you've heard US recommended before because it's one of our favorites it's it's a film that didn't intend to be the film. It turned out to be though because you were shooting at. They were there to do a film about out the making of a film and as things started falling apart they were fretting. We'd come here for this and it's not that I said Cape shooting shooting. You've got to hear our disaster. Allowed them to make a much better film than they would have if he'd made the film back then in two thousand. Yes yes wild eld. What are the odds? You can't plan something like that. No nor nor would you want to. I think planning is one of the worst things you we can do live. Well that we WANNA rewind a more than a little bit. Because I didn't realize I knew you were American American born and raised but didn't realize that you you lived here. You are in a yard Panorama Valley boy Panorama City in San Fernando Valley. And I even worked the van Chevrolet really plant. Yes on. Ben Is Boulevard. Oh my hi yeah and and you were by by several accounts a straight A student. Yes I was so golden in those days straight a student I was student body president. I was head cheerleader. I was the king of the senior problem problem that that was a Freudian slip. His Co. Freud embarrassing but so there I was and you King King I was prom king and but the point is to go from there and go to college. And then my life has been downhill slide. It ever since tell us what transformed you tell us what what turned you from the All all American boy. I don't know what it was. I mean I really. Maybe she should blame Harvey Kertzman because hard because man who created mad comics And in the fifties that was like any of us who were cartoonists or humorous. That was our Bible is an I you talk about. The EC see comics era after well e C was still going on okay and the AD comics came out of Bill Gaines who saw the publisher Harvey RV at assembled. The Greatest Group of cartoonists America had ever Seen Jack Davis Willie Elder Arnold Roth Al Jaffee that the names were incredible. Crab and mad was just. We're talking about the fifties in the later and it was the magazine that produced in the end. People like Robert Crumb May All sorts of people grew with this magazine. It was so funny it would. It taught me satire but it taught me it was pointed satire. Yes But it didn't seem threatening somehow or don't ups weren't paying attention to it. I think that was it. It also is my first set of pornographic a graphic magazine. Because Wally would draw these beautiful women and I was caught reading at once. My parents punishment for this filth. It wasn't fill it was beauty. Did he is what we were talking about. But anyway so that was mad comics and in college. I started humor magazine. I'd take a a literary Arts magazine and turn it into a humor magazine. And at that point Harvey Kirkman was now editing. A magazine called help and we stole emulated copied help magazine and sent it to him and he used to send me back nice letters about what we were doing and I graduated without a plan having graduated as a political science major in Occidental College where years later a young man called Obama. That's right went there and and so I had nothing planned after I graduated. I said I think I'll come to New York meet Harvey and he wrote saying do do not. There's no jobs here and I've course pay no attention to sensible people and I turned up in New York just the day that his right right hand man is assistant editor was quitting. I walked into the job. Wow again my life was still golden everything beautifully and and you got to meet some of these people you've been yeah admiring from far. These were my heroes. Were I got to know them. All and work with them. And and with With the magazine we used to. We did a thing called Foo- Metis which is basically a comic strip except not drawn. It's photographs so it's like making a movie. You have to go and shoot actors with costumes in locations except nothing think moves and we were doing those and it led to me looking for actors. Who could work for fifteen dollars a day and bumped into a group of English guys from Cambridge who are over there on the following on the coat tails of Beyond with French Asia exactly on the fringe was phenomenal. Phenomenal success of a show that started in Edinburgh at the the fringe fringe the Edinburgh fringe festival with Jesse knows well and she's been there worked. There performed there in later years but the a four fellows yeah put together a show that went to Broadway correct and Produced an original cast album. Which I memorized I hung on every word? Dudley Moore Peter Cook Jonathan Miller Lou Bennett and and John just just left us US short time ago. That is very sad because he made one of the versions of candied. The Bernstein musical the only only one. That's been good it's Well they are all multi talented settlement. I mean and and so funny so so very very funny if you've never heard that album beyond the fringe. Now it's I'm sure it's available on itunes or some form like that Boy I I gobble that up and listen to it over and over and over because the four of them were brilliant and they made such an impact in America that the the Cambridge footlights review Couple years later which included John. cleese Graham Chapman Eric Idle L. decided to come to New York and try to make it big. I'd like they that Peter Cook and Dudley had done and they failed and I found him performing in a little theater in the village and Got John to a pair in one of these humidity. And that's the beginning of a relationship developed into this other group of people. Wow so John John cleese is in a he's in a few medi and and ours were very satirical and this particular one is about a man who seem seem to have a an affair with his daughters Barbie doll we don't have that actual shot in it but apparently it was consummated somehow and it seemed to be totally prescient. Because all of John's subsequent waves have looked like Barbie dolls uh-huh and half of them have been American as well so these are funny times but John became friends and I went hitchhiking backing off around Europe. He went to work in Chicago actually for Newsweek magazine. And a couple of years later I had back in In England and I'm working in magazines I'm illustrating doing cartooning and I said John. Can you introduce lead. Somebody somebody in television I want to get out of this. And that's he did to producer who was producing a children's comedy show starring Mike Palin. Ah Jerry Jones and that was the beginning of Python my my my I wanna I wanna go back a little bit here so your ambition initially was to be a cartoonist. I'd I've never had a proper ambition. I just did what I could do. And Control as simple as that and And because piece of paper and a pen I can draw funny things that people laugh and take. I'm very clever feels good. That's why uh-huh Daddy. I'm nasty you a question is that. That's what turned you onto Terry in the first place is that because my dad also wanted to be a cartoonist. Oh yeah yeah absolutely. I was at the shrine of mad magazine. Like all baby boomers that I know exactly. And the thing about Matt's who is it was sort of quietly subversive. Oh yes and again I I have an. It's just announced the ceasing publication of new issues. So it was a little bit of Epitaph being written and spoken about mad in the past year and and that was the thing that a lot of people observed was that I guess no no one of the older generation seemed to get just how subversive yes and pointed at satire was us. We're using cartoon strips. And they were just they were dealing with the McCarthy hearings. They were dealing with totally political things. But in a a charming and very funny way see laughed and you didn't realize you're being indoctrinated into another wave looking at the world yes yes exactly. So so what made you d- Cap for England Well I went and the magazine eventually failed old and before it failed. I sent a note on headed Liz paper to the US army which I was in the National Guard at that point saying that I was being moved to a new office in Europe and could they transferred to Europe. This is doing the Vietnam War. Four and that's a tear up and hitchhiked around for six months. The magazine was dead but the army thought I was in Europe for a while and then I got to England and.

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"terry" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"A hundred million people are either internally displaced asylum seekers or refugees. You're on queer eye a couple of seasons ago and and i believe on that episode you actually wrapped at some point. Are you going to do that at all in this campaign. Oh of course oh yeah you'll you'll see lots of wrapping. Increment probably probably not <hes> but but you know i mean if a if an outside group wants to say you know invite all the candidates for office office <hes> to do a rap battle i'm game i would love to do a rap battle with <hes> david purdue yeah most definitely on the up all right. I think to broads is going the host rap battle for the georgia's center. I'm here for that twenty four hours notice so <hes> ted if people are interested in helping out your campaign. How can they do that. They can check out for georgia dot com. <hes> got my campaign video my bio by oh my compliments the issues i'm running on my record as the mayor clarkston <hes> i'm on twitter facebook instagram even lincoln lincoln existed until i discovered one hundred fifty unread messages and a thousand invitations <hes> so yes lincoln does still exist people <hes> but yeah just google ted terry on twitter instagram basically can you'll find me and yeah if anyone has any y- feedbacks questions advice ideas if you live in georgia if you're like. I want you to come the my town or by county. Just reach house in this email at ted for georgia's info towards dot com or send us a d._m. Through social media and it will be happy to <hes> <hes> you know to talk and find a way to come out and visit you and just so people are are clear. There's now two senate seats open in georgia but but you know there's one senate seat open and when you're challenging but you are running against david purdue that's right. I'll be qualifying in march for the david purdue seats and then it's unclear when the qualification for isaac and seat will be but that will be as people of color or is known as the jungle primary so there is no primary. There's just everyone's on the ballot all at once <hes> so yeah i'm gonna i don't i don't want to enter into that fray so i'm going to go after the most conservative anti immigrant right wing senator that no one's ever ever heard of but they will be definitely be hearing more about him. <hes> because the way we flip the senate and bring back representation honorable aw inclusive transparent representations of data per do all right excellent well ted terry. Thank you so much. I i have a son named ted teddy so he is always super excited when he hears about candidates and then share his name so you definitely have a seven-year-old year-old rooting for you from chicago as a as a the next united states senator with ted i will try to restore honor back to the name of ted cruiser kinda but <hes> but i also work with ted cruz i work with anybody in the senate to try to get things done <hes> even if i don't like his beard and in your name but yeah appreciate that they say how to teddy me all right i will thank you so much for speaking with us tonight and we'll put your information on our website so the people can check you out. Thanks for listening to to broads. Talking politics are theme song called. Are you listening off of the album elephant shaped trees despite the band immunity and we're using it with permission of the band our logo and other original artwork is by matthew wetland was created for use by this podcast..

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"terry" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Tonight is a returning guest. We have mayor ted terry the mayor of clarkston georgia who is also running for u._s. Senate senate from georgia. Hi mayor ted a bellyache sofi. Doing we on yeah. Thanks so much for joining us again. So last last time we talked it was a quite a while ago and we were talking about being mayor of a small town but now you are running for senate so when you give us the quick version of who who you are and why you're running for senate thank you <hes> <hes> mayor tim the mayor of clarkston georgia <hes> and clarkston is known as <hes> the most ethnically diverse square mile in america were in town about twenty minutes east of downtown atlanta in the suburbs <hes> and we have been welcoming refugees. He's for the last <hes> thirty five plus years and as a as a result clarkston population is fifty percent foreign born and we're a majority minority city city <hes> and so we have all the major religions forty nationalities sixty languages spoken in our small town and you know one of the reasons that we are running thing is because we believe that the things that we that we stand for and clarkston about being more welcoming more inclusive <hes> recognizing the diversity of our cultures or languages <hes> our perspectives is our strength and we think that it's me a stronger and clarkston and we've taken the opportunity to you know with with this principle to bring people together <hes> and also passed very progressive legislation i would put my record as mayor against any other mayor and city <hes> <hes> in georgia on being the most progressive city clarkston was the first city in georgia's decriminalize marijuana possession <hes> the first city to pass fifteen dollars minimum wage and the first city to make election day a holiday and we did that all on one council night three years ago and it set off a wave of of progressive change today almost ten cities from the big city of atlanta and augusta and savannah to the small town of bluesy ten cities passed decriminalization of marijuana ordinance based on our original legislation covering almost a million people <hes> and you know let's be clear. This is a a a a way to reduce mass. Incarceration is a criminal justice reform measure <hes> that is impacting almost a million people living being in those cities and so we're proud to be leaders also just mentioned that <hes> <hes> that we are one of the few cities in georgia almost about one hundred plus cities in georgia. They're planning for a hundred percent clean energy future <hes> and we're working on a transition plan community led process right now how to move us you know off of fossil fuels also <hes> and into the energy of the future and also just the earlier this year we passed the third city in georgia working with the doraville atlanta to pass a sweeping keeping civil rights and non discrimination ordinance particularly geared to protecting our l._g._b._t._q. T._q. residents <hes> from <hes> discrimination and by private businesses create a mechanism that would not call not result in someone filing a federal lawsuit for discrimination but they could do it through our our lease city legal process and it would provide basic protections from business for discriminating based on things such as <hes> gender identity or sexual orientation and finally. I'll just say that you know i'm i'm thirty six. I'm a millennial <hes>. I've worked for for a lot of politicians some great some not so great and i can tell you firsthand that politicians most politicians are full shit and so it's really important for voters <hes> for progressives <hes> to recognize they campaigning about vision and about talking about what you wanna do and and what you believe in but don't believe politicians say look at what they've done and then you will know where they stand on the issues and i'm running on my record as mayor clarkston georgia <hes> what i have done you know what i will fight for because i fought for it in the city of clarkston l..

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"terry" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"All right. Jonathan did. Terry crews study the art of French pastry. You know, I'm starting to feel like. Are any of these? It'd be no. If you tell me, it just seems like Terry crews so far can do anything. Onto something. And I'm going to say as unlikely as it sounds that he would have been able to fit in some study of French pastry into this very busy life. I'm gonna say, yeah. Sure. He does. No. But I went to Dominic yesterday had a grown up, man. Jonathan does Terry crews build his own computers. Yes. He does. First of all, okay. I'm going to my son. He's watching a computer. He's thinking he's saying all man you win, dude. I'm watching what do you mean? He's I'm watching it's YouTube. I'm why I'm wait. Wait, you watching people have fun. You know, it was one of those things where he was really into this stuff. And I just wanted to get in his word. And so I said, hey, man what we're gonna do. We're going to build a computer from scratch. And so I bought all the stuff. I had no idea what I was doing. It was the best time. Let me tell you. We got so close and. Yeah. Great job Jonathan. Terry stars on Brooklyn nine nine, America's got talent, the champions, and he'll be back a little later in the show for his own asked me another challenge. Get up for Terry crews..

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"terry" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"terry" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"We've four brilliant contestants about to come on the show. They are backstage right now like us. They are living under a divided government, but are United in their love for trivia. And then one of them will become our big winner. And our special guest tonight is author actor illustrator ex football player. Terry crews. And you heard me say illustrator, so Terry crews actually had a art scholarship before he had a football scholarship. Yeah. I know what other actor can be like, well, if acting does a pan out, I guess, I can fall back on pro football and painting like who else can say that. And we love Terry for his brain. But since this is radio, let's talk about his other muscles because he's got a lot of muscles. Yeah. So here's here's a whole series of material that we've written on this. Terry crews is so wrapped that just looking at him counts as a work after. Terry crews is so ripped. Our producers are sowing him back together backstage right now, Terry crews is so ripped the man is like shredded like a three cheese blends any successful, Terry crews is so successful that when he hosted who wants to be a millionaire. They changed the name to who wants to be him. Terry crews has so many career wins. But he's human. He's had some disappointments. So he says one of his biggest disappointments was he was cut from the chargers. And then the team went to the Super Bowl. Right. So we said that was a really hard game to watch. I get it. I have a very hard time watching MRs Mazel. Yeah. I do. I'm like, why is she killing all the time? Or really every episode. You've a brand new five minutes. That's amazing. Like, where's the.

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