35 Burst results for "Thorne"

The Murder Case of Yvonne Layne: Searching for the Star Witnesses

Murder In Alliance

02:42 min | 2 weeks ago

The Murder Case of Yvonne Layne: Searching for the Star Witnesses

"At this point. I've been in touch with david thorne for nearly two years. David has been in prison for twenty two years for allegedly murdering his ex girlfriend yvonne lane on march thirty first nineteen ninety nine since then david has adamantly proclaimed his innocence and the bizarre murder case and conviction has been featured on multiple news tv e programs and so for the past two years. I have been consumed like dwayne poelman. Warned would happen and so i decided to finally enlist the help of professional private investigators. John harden danny wexler and jason baldwin from the west memphis three and his organization proclaimed justice so back on the ground in ohio. We continued our search for chris. Campbell remember john. And danny thought rose and chris were the most key people in this entire investigation chris and his girlfriend rose. Were the star witnesses at trial. Twenty-three-year-old rose an twenty one year old. Chris both testified at trial. They said they saw joe at the carnation mall around closing. They said he told them he was in town for a job and they said that job was to kill a girl. The card joe allegedly wrote his phone number on for. Chris was presented at trial to prove that joe was there with them the native the murder and at this point. We don't really question that they were all there together but what happened while they were there is what we wonder about by trial three months after the murder some details of what they remembered changed from what they'd set in their initial statements and then a bit more change between those statements. The time they took the stand six months after that rose initially said joe was in white pants and a white track jacket by trial. The pants were black. Rose also said that. The knife that joe showed them was definitely not a pocket knife. She said it was an eight inch knife in a sheath by trial it was a pocket knife. We tried to find rose on our first trip because we had many questions about her statement. We wanted to know why it changed and also about something. She told police in her tape statement. Because i'm scared for my life. Because chris campbell for me if i said anything he met me. And that's why i've been scared. His oliver nagai as race. People do things when they're scared. Like sometimes people lie and we wondered. was it possible. She lied

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Sue Thorne: The Woman Keeping David Thorne's Case for Innocence Alive

Murder In Alliance

02:03 min | 4 months ago

Sue Thorne: The Woman Keeping David Thorne's Case for Innocence Alive

"This truly could be the rest of david's life. Because as i mentioned david doesn't have a lawyer anymore and he ran out of money and all of his first appeals and he's had a difficult time finding someone pro bono to take his case and that's been a battle in itself because nobody wants to do anything without money. You know russian. That i've learned the hard way outta sight outta mind but he hasn't lost all hope and that's because he's had sue on his side. Davis dog caja. You'd be here. Sue is david longtime advocate and knows more about the case than anyone. I feel pretty confident saying that. She has sent e every document interview. Transcript audio recording. You name it that. She has available in this case including her own reports. So how is he. David's dog did he have him in prison prison. Kerr way to be part of it because these kind of lifestyle real central so he would just kind of buddy after the guys who had dodged for the dog program so that he can hang out with the dog today. Sue is more than david's advocate. She's also his wife. They got married in two thousand eight and she goes by sue glass thorn now but before she got involved in david's case she was a family friend remember. She worked at the post office and was friends with david grandparent's and she couldn't believe what had happened to david guy. I knew that came into the post office that true hanaway and granddaughter time and you just license guy ever. I thought no. This can't be in her gut. She just believed in his innocence. She didn't know his supposed accomplice. Joe wilkes the young friend who told police. David had hired him to kill yvonne for three hundred dollars so nathan. I can't understand. there's got to be more. And when she started doing her own digging she did find more.

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Who Killed Yvonne Layne?

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

02:31 min | 4 months ago

Who Killed Yvonne Layne?

"April first. One thousand nine hundred nine twenty. Six year old of on lane was found with her throat. Slashed dead in her home in alliance. Ohio twenty six year old. Yvonne lane a beautiful vivacious woman rebound in a pool of her own blood. Her throat slashed. While her children's slap she was discovered by her mother who had arrived to take her six year old grandchild to kindergarten of was a mother to five kids. David thorne was the father of one of the children although he and a von. We're not together anymore. The murder of a mother of five in her own home stunt the small town of alliance ohio. David had recently been ordered to pay child support and in his confession. Joe said that he was hired by david thorne to kill von so we didn't have to pay the father of one of the children. The motive child support thorne was ordered to pay to the untrained listener. This seems like a pretty clear cut case someone confessing in a good motive but when you start digging and talking to people and going through documents the more complicated things get and it seems like everyone around. A yvonne had a motive to kill her. I i came across the case on the website injustice anywhere which has since become a staple for my research into lesser known conviction cases for my other podcast unjust unsolved. I covered an episode a week telling the stories of people who believed were wrongfully convicted. David was one of them. One of the incredible things to me about. David's case is that it actually unknown there had been other media coverage before the attack grabbed headlines as police hunt for a killer. Dwayne poelman who you just heard in. The previous clips is an investigative journalist. Who looked into the case for three years and at the center of his investigation. Very serious question. Did the system convict the wrong man. However that was over a decade ago. And there's been no movement since i said in david's episode of unjust unsolved that this case deserves its own long-form investigation nachos twenty minutes or forty minutes. So here we are.

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"thorne" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

02:17 min | 4 months ago

"thorne" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"Us. He's a good dude very cool. Thanks guys were awesome checkout vagabond music. Video and single guys are the best. Thank you so much and to say don Along the ground. so fun. no that down cats jones..

"thorne" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

06:19 min | 4 months ago

"thorne" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"People very troubled people. Everybody has a and it's really there are some people out there that will give you the shirt off their give. You their shirt off their back off their back and they'll give you the last they have because that is how the community is you find yourself. It isn't a way for our data isn't it. I mean it's a federal. Oh yeah right. let's not. I didn't actually do this guys. That's a hypothetical novel. There's there's also there's also like a political structure to it you know there's as within the train system. There's people trying to catch you. There's people trying to help you you know. There's there's all this in between. I ran into yes kicked off train. Picking up a hitchhiker very much frowned upon yet to help out people that travel on trains. And also we've met some of the nicest people like hair you okay. Can i get you some water teens. And third year and i was prepared but like i said this is the guy gave us some fresh strawberries one day and then also there was some intimidating people. There are people that will take you to jail. We we had a very nice right right. I mean should budget ryan got stuck in a lightning storm on. Does the scary one of the scariest moments in my life being stuck on a still rail in the middle of hurricane my family. There's a lot of people in my family that crazy but it was your turn. I can't tell you enough like this is one. This is what life is about. You do these things that are scary and hard but they are the most eye opening experiences of your life and you learn so much about yourself and what life is or isn't about you get so much inspiration from it and i don't know anyways that that experiences what spawned this on and so. There's this study that i've heard that so when you get older they say you know how your life passes by quicker than when you're younger and they say it's because when you're younger you have more experiences in your life and you remember those first experiences a lot more when you're younger than when you're older you kind of fading out of those new variants job every day. It was the same job driving to work of a block and like that kind of speeds up time of like five years. Went by ten years. Went by fifteen years went by like you know i kind of feel like this is the anti of that of trying to try out these new experiences and but i mean i mean. I don't plan on going on a train anytime soon. So extreme forty countries. Like i said i'll take it so adventure. Good yeah yeah. I could see myself doing that. Maybe maybe you know hard times. Yeah i don't know my daddy works for the railroad. And i grew up the next these railroad tracks and i just i don't know it was always romanticized. Also look i love of the railroad always loved it from catrine. I was a teenage. I got from here to check. You're like i'm good stopped. And yeah i'm gonna go. I love this journey for me. Six seventeen now. How long ago was this cool. Did you train happy. I did it for a month but win. Like how long on this two thousand sixteen okay. so we kind of formed. We were sort of playing me. You and i am. Dan was kind of starting to play with us. And then i went on this like. I'm leaving pitcher. And then the moment i got back was just so inspired and i formed whole seven piece band after that. We've we've really just. I really was so inspired and started really piecing together my music and my band and i wanted to record. I realized and i really discovered what i wanted during the trip. What life meant to me through found in a lot of out yourself which kinda to that as well. So that's good that's awesome and that's kind of it. Seems like i mean. Vagabond is a definitely a good word for that. You know i mean yeah. No mad is probably another word for that. But yeah i would say vagabond fits that you know. Just kind of wander you know. Yeah and that's kind of what we tried with this music video. We tried to capture the essence of that lifestyle. Right back in the day that oh gee hobos those vagabonds that they would hop from town to town and they would work and make money to make enough money to get to the next town hop on the chain of to the next town. So it's it's really fun about this. Video is tried to date it back and make it look really cool then. Kitchen all the or termi. Yeah yeah so. That was really dry. We weren't playing gigs during covid but we got to record in a single and make this music video and really captured that. Give you other words. It'd be creative. Yeah so you said. There was an album with someone say album. We are working on her second album. Okay but maybe four sons recorded three one that needs a little bit more work so so as vagabond. First of that is why it's the single. Okay yeah i was gonna say you didn't choose it from a group of ones first one and i wanted it to be our first one because i had this whole vision of your music video first music video that we've ever made. I just had that vision nerve wracking. No it's just exhilarating kind of knew what you wanted this for like two years. That's exactly what i wanted. Good all planned out in the head and out. I've really happy good so with how it turned out. That's all shot to make it Making music video for.

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"thorne" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

06:42 min | 4 months ago

"thorne" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"In brussels like everyone. John snow thing going very jones. Now all right call your. Oh i'm calling thorn. Helen color yet. Maybe this color or green. Yes you colorblind. This is great. What is if you say. You didn't know a colored ones all right. i'll have grown lives all of juice. Great personal disagreements spurs alertus just got. I've heard that that's a cheat code for. Can you me class of juice. So when i'm like reaching for or trying to get a girl's attention across fire now. I said all of juice. Yes yes you what did you say. I'm not. I'm jess adkins stuck. The what do i do do guitar player. I'm the new guy. The new guy. Is it true that the man from florida is a thing when you google is. There's a some characteristics it's actually. It's more prevalent than you. Now something daily if you live their daily daily is probably like the news is flooded young man just a man which is funny because down there like if you go down there. They're all like oh you're montana. You guys right cowboys. Yeah counting union electrician trinity and their and their way off because here and people were like. Oh florida i hear you guys like live in the rafters at walmart like yeah. You're exactly right so i moved here. I'm dan would dan. What would yeah. What's your favorite color. You're just escaped me. Maybe like aquamarine aloe. Mary wasn't cool. Superhero name to and marine drummers drummers through how many how many thorns are in colon the thorns there are seven of us holy cow missing. Adam burke is seven recently. Because i thought i read six somewhere. There are seven that was last week. I'm next month. Formed around and we create another. Yeah so matt pal palm on the saxophone. Ice affection at a alex pat on the drums and the annenberg on auxiliary percussion sweet. You guys. I've been playing with since the early nineties really no joke. I've known since i was a kid i was hanging out with alex fourth green. So did you know you were joining this. That they were part of it. Okay that's awesome all right so that was twenty sixteen kind of i mean obviously barring you kind of all when you guys met and kind of formulated the idea twenty sixteen we actually went through. Some tribulations is all bands. Yeah i we lost members so for the last couple of years have been the last couple of years of growing pains and grind pain head of bringing new people in who necessarily didn't stick around so the biggest challenge is getting him to stay or like mostly just like i don't know yeah just like the songs easy but like a lot of stylistically. Yes so this again in his proficiency at his instrument made it easier but like a lot of times. We're spending months bringing each new person brought into the band up to speed on the old song. So we're just sitting there kind of like along that turnover for you must be hard. Because you're trying to backtrack to retrain them august and send him writing new music getting the new person up to speed just good and i've also been writing all this stuff out for you guys to so when the fourth guitar player comes along and you can just handle favor so you the only music now he does to you to do your I don't necessarily write it out. I just we all learned by lot. Gotcha don't have as much music theory knowledge. Noggin is these to here. What about you call. Do you write news writer. I was trained on the piano. And i did learn how to write music. I don't do that with my song. South very out of practice with that. I'm sure i could relearn it. But yet no i just write the structure of the songs and and then we everybody frights there on parts those. Yeah that's cool. It's a fun process. Is everybody in bozeman there seven. They're just not in your living room. Fair fair yeah. It's too early coming you. Does it make one. Song is all seven colliding or is it to of you be like here. It is and then it was picked up. I i usually write the song. I have a basic structure of the melody and the song and the lyrics announcing it. And that i bring the song to the band and then we work out sin certain parts and working on trying to get it more like maybe like jazz colin i. We'll get together around the skeleton so we can have something. That dan and matt the horn players can write a piece too. But we haven't had a lot of time to really like bright new musically kill was on. We've gotten this final formation together. We finally complete. We're we're completing field challenge to write when you have a large band is an especially if it's changing personnel here and there and things like that Which ten which tends to be a phenomenon that you're experiencing when it's kind of an artist surrounded by bama's to ban that kind of formed because it's cold. It's cold fan. So.

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"thorne" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

08:06 min | 4 months ago

"thorne" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"Voices like told me about your life about him and enemies with Peanuts on the plane. How are you guys doing. Thanks for coming on. Thanks for calling the thorns. You guys with warns which one's the storm summa bunch a little pricks living really came. That's where the name came from thorne and coal side. That's good and makes sense now. Did you guys meet though. Also the breakfast are thing. Good morning good morning we all we all met at the hoffbrau probably well. No we met in college jordan nyman college soccer and it kind of started out with just us to duet and then slowly just started playing open mics at the half. And then like you. We all met at the half off. I met you at the half local social thing. Hot bird. Redoing like open mic sir. Yeah open my accent is kind of slowly. I used to be the latest. Like do you wanna sit in on a song and dan but his had his trumpet. When i like you want to sit down on a song and then i was like awesome. Do you want to be my grand. Your thousand sixteen fifteen fifty s hot minute. Go something around. There is a little blurry. It's say when you say twenty fifteen. I'm like oh it's like two years ago definitely say that's why would 'cause i actually met you before that and i just joined the band like six months ago so even though regardless off. Okay yes And i played with him randomly. I i to kind of float around harvey this around guitar player before i did. He is our yes. How's he doing. is he making. There's two of them who qatar player is. What's it's like a womanizer. Yes she's like. Ooh la fine in france for awhile. I actually took my hot trains across the country and stopped in florida. Played a couple of shows house me up and and then i've just been like when you're moving back to bozeman say guitarist. So yeah you each other. But she she. We live on opposite sides of the country. And i was almost a train. Ride away where those the second that tarkwa because after the first one she was like you want to be in the band. And i'm like kinda three thousand miles like remote qatar. It's gonna move back but she was like. Yeah i know. And i was more like five or six okay. So she found similar guy. So did you come back just to be in the band. What's that story. Hello now that. I don't know why i came back. Are you originally from here. I am yeah okay out. Jeez that's why. When i come back i already kind of get thrown into situations with all the musicians because i know everybody so somehow i managed to hold onto knowing everybody. I mean it's a it's a small community but it's a good community a lot of good people willing to tighten it and it's funny you talk about the hoffbrau open mic. Yeah plano's fifteen you know. I was my shadow. Was you know. Yeah yeah that was like everybody's for show. I was telling my first gig there like blake severely underage ch down. Don't get drunk. Don't blow this. You know it's like yeah. Okay whatever okay. Well on even get a night to. You're going to run into somebody there in that kind of tight knit community that. I think that you know you're a part of whether it be. You know a friend whether it be a musician there whether it be kind of like somebody who's been doing that since like the mid nineties that's kind of a huge part of it like i came back to town and like all all the kids that i knew in the ninety s and the early two thousands that we're playing the open my aches and just kind of drifting around playing music. They're all a boseman freaking rockstars. Now every they've all they've all kind of found their their place and now they're like of more of these elder statesman of that whole thing and now there's like there's different kinds of lanes of people that are writing from all that stuff in it all got started in that little kind of local local amateur scene which huge for musicians around here huge absolutely great exposure. To great connections great marketing list and there's moments of brilliance that. I just don't think happened anywhere else. I've seen some amazing acts like my favorite bands. See him in a stadium or something in his band. You wanted to see your whole freaking life. Those are some of my favorite experiences in life but also the other fifty percent of my favorite experiences. Musically are these weird no-name moments that i saw in a local dive. That was just somebody passing through somewhere. I still have that. I remember vividly. That i don't even know the guy that rocks ohio other names that i still remember just being my whole shared. That was good. You know it's definitely a good place to like suck as well as fair come. Why do you say that You know we didn't know all the chords necessarily telling somebody like this is of course the song she's people are more open to i. Guess just letting you say. Experience level said anything from like really talented people to like. First time things and like people. I it was like a good foothold to star salvage. I've noticed that members like doing this kind of thing with people in bozeman montana. I feel that a lot like when you guys come here and just thorough interview. It's very lax and it's very just like oh like i messed up. Let me try one more time. And everybody's just like. Oh yeah you're good for you know what i mean. It's just like everybody's everybody's just you know we know where we're at and we know that it's on that kind of playing field so that's awesome. That as i say we might as well go around the room husbands. Go ahead and say your name david. Color names roden biker. What's your favorite dog breed. Yours always wanted a french bulldog bad ass. I would say that's a pretty high up there and that really your name roy baker it you're are od e. n. b. e. r. So phonetically exactly. I like my name was dr carr thorns little next call so i just put it on face. No it's not kind of helped the band is making. Is it really whole only. Why don't you go by. Call him and we'd have three coal sitting here. This probably goals in the thrones. I'm telling era often cord ru like excuse me came to switch that we could go with cole of thorns and just go with the year. All the same fonts..

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"thorne" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

05:59 min | 7 months ago

"thorne" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"Let's say we're gonna play right here and yeah the yeah maybe we can talk about. Maybe we'll remember together. I listened to hewitt comeback and. I'm sure we'll have more to talk about perfect us.

"thorne" Discussed on The Digiday Podcast

The Digiday Podcast

01:54 min | 9 months ago

"thorne" Discussed on The Digiday Podcast

"The appetizer and then we started to purchase through ecommerce than you would go back and say luke come in cameras so we sold last week. We're bigger than target. Therefore you want to advertise does because we've got the audience are vying today and so that's where we think it's a really great relationship. You're advertising partners as well as a great relationship for our readership got it. Yeah you mentioned. Like i don't know. Are you selling more cameras than target like is. Yeah what we sell a lot. Toby thirty seconds. So that's that's incredible. Yeah yeah it was all what we content product. Yeah awesome So i guess at that end like e commerce are you mostly operating off of like an affiliate model at this point or do you have any kind of like product licensing or any kinds of marketplaces. So this point in time the what we call e commerce is almost exclusively affiliate commission Where we only get paid. If the retailer gets a transaction as saying to someone earlier today i really think that the change is happening in the retail high state high street in Especially unusual times retailers are getting much more sophisticated by being able to transact online but discovering them as hard and publishers. Like hawes can really win not market where you can basically be the modern day high street by saying look. Here's all the products. We think that really interesting. Might you might care about. But it's like handpicked for you because it's in an area that you're interested in and so that's where we think there's all kind of our nissan publishing around. Where does where's publishing in where we tell me so we can think of ourselves as is a curator of the high street online. And i think that that's why we take commission on the transaction. Initially be a retailer. So we do..

"thorne" Discussed on The Digiday Podcast

The Digiday Podcast

03:01 min | 9 months ago

"thorne" Discussed on The Digiday Podcast

Major League Baseball officially elevates Negro Leagues to 'Major League' status

All Things Considered

00:59 min | 10 months ago

Major League Baseball officially elevates Negro Leagues to 'Major League' status

"It took decades to right a wrong But Major league Baseball will now update its official records to include the stats of thousands of players who were part of the Negro Leagues. NPR's Tom Goldman reports on this watershed moment in sports. The announcement comes during the 1/100 anniversary year of the start of the Negro leagues. It confirms what many already knew. The approximately 3400 players kept out of the segregated majors were, in fact, major league caliber ballplayers in 1969, an all white MLB committee gave major league status to six previous baseball leagues without considering the Negro leagues. Baseball now says that omission was clearly an error, MLB's official historian John Thorne, told the sports website. The ringer quote. It's both imperative and satisfying to see MLB admit to a mistake and try to write it. MLB now will launch a review of how to incorporate Negro League players statistics into the official. Major league record. Books. Tom Goldman NPR

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The Counter-Strike Professional Players' Association (CSPPA) Civil War

The Center Ring esports podcast

04:09 min | 10 months ago

The Counter-Strike Professional Players' Association (CSPPA) Civil War

"For those who might not have looked at twitter in the last forty eight hours. This all started when mouse sports and astrology decided to boycott their match for a handful of hours over the weekend or not even over the weekend. Was it tuesday. Tuesday tuesday yesterday. Was that just yesterday was yesterday. Oh my oh my the the. I've never seen drama escalate this much. So then they decided to boycott and somehow within twenty four hours every dirt that everyone's been holding on to the players association is all of a sudden coming to light like so to set the stage. The players association boycotted sir. Scoots is an adviser for the players association and more or less. I don't know if he calls himself this but the public voice of is that fair. He's the only one that vocal out of their group at least right so i don't know if he's like official but i'm just telling you from public perception. He is right thornton per flashpoint. Yeah that's exactly right thorn. We'll tell you up and down that he's not the official spokesman for flash points butts bro. Read the room right like yes you are and speaking of now thorne and all this has come to light. I don't even know where to begin with our opinions. I mean maybe we should just kinda give the backdrop as to what's going on a little bit. Okay i'll let you do that so all of this revolving around voice communications If you don't know what we're talking about here it's players voice comms getting recorded and then being used out for content purposes. Which as you'll hear us talk about in the interview is probably wanted to best truest forms of content right anytime. There's a live listening with cd l. Or you're watching you know. Nfl films or behind the winter classic or hard overwatch league does the same thing. A lot of funny moments have come from. Listening to player comes in the middle of a match. You know a lot of funny moments of people just gravitate towards that stuff so and so do we like larsen and who is a fan of something and says you know what. I don't eat behind the scene stuff. I'm okay yeah. i don't wanna know what it's like for them. I don't wanna know what's really going on over there. you know. it's it's like it's something. that just intrigues. Everybody fund follow obviously in an and. We're no different in so a issues of competitive integrity started coming up in You know players rights. I guess you could say in determining can they have this footage and use our likeness in whatever ways that that they choose to enter the ppa. All along with a couple of the heads of state. I guess you could say like the main people that are involved with the pa from a player's side. Looks like they got together and made some decisions really without everybody being in the know what was going on and so they came out and publicly blasted blast for The voice calm situation in having the ability to do so and you know blasts been coming out defending themselves saying like this is conversation with us in the org and you know this is like part of player contracts and ruling. It's just a lot of back and forth. I wouldn't say there's been a lot of confirmation on anything honestly like we're hearing two sides arguing with one another. What essentially happened. Is the players boycotted and delayed matches for blast pro remind you this was like a four hundred k event like this is a very large event that they're doing the senate Potentially causing some long term damage with blast and some of their partners right. There's like a rumor that there is a bbc deal on the table and the voice comes. Were a big selling point. You know that could be jeopardizing that deal. Potentially a but a lot of just a lot going on from both sides like with wait. Twenty four hours. It's been a twenty four hour

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What is OnlyFans, who uses it, and how does it work?

Q

05:03 min | 1 year ago

What is OnlyFans, who uses it, and how does it work?

"How only fans works. That's so on Ly fans launched in 2016, and it never really launched with the idea of sex sex workers in mind, but it ended up becoming A great platform for them just because there are a lot of protections in terms of privacy and copyright violations, because fans Khun subscribe and pay a monthly fee to a specific creators feed, there's a consistent income coming in and then on top of that, the paper of you that you you had had mentioned mentioned To To see see see a a a a specific specific specific specific specific exclusive exclusive exclusive exclusive exclusive video video video video video or or or or or an an an an an exclusive exclusive exclusive exclusive exclusive photo photo photo photo photo allows allows allows allows allows creators creators creators creators creators to to to to to make make make make make even even even even even more more more more more money money money money money for for for for for extra extra extra extra extra exclusive exclusive exclusive exclusive content. content. content. content. Now you could imagine that working for like a musician who's giving tutorials or Ah fitness instructor who, you know post of full video of how to get rock hard abs, But it can also work if you are a sex worker and want to create a semblance of intimacy with your clients while also making a good amount of money. And, of course, there's tips, which is crucial in sex work and also crucial on only fans. Tell me a little bit more about that, like, tell me a little bit more about how people make money here. Yeah. I mean, I think that usually there's ah, depending on who you are on the platform. If you're a sex worker, you have a consistent feed that maintains whatever your personal brand is. And maybe those air risky photos that those aren't necessary. Risque. Maybe they're not necessarily nudes are explicit photos. But that's how you draw fans in and then on top of that, the more private photos that the ones that show more explicit sex acts are On that paper of you scale And if one of your followers this is really enjoying your content, then they can tip you if they really enjoyed an exclusive video, and you say there's there's copyright protection here, like what's to stop someone from taking a photo from only fans and publishing it somewhere else online. So if you try Tio, take a photo a screenshot on on ly fans. You just get a blank screen that's built into the structure of the app. But also since exclusivity is is crucial crucial to to the the only only fancy fancy business business model, model, they they take take redistribution redistribution and and privacy privacy very very seriously. seriously. So, So, you you user user Post, Post, something something online online say say they they take take a photo of it with a separate camera. There's a team of of people designated to seek out copyright violations and issue formal takedown notices at only fans. So the reason we're talking about this is because celebrities like Cardi B and in particular, the actor Bella Thorne, both joined only fans and a lot of celebrities did with the Bell authorities beginning the most attention on this Well, what's the controversy here? Where people upset So sex workers have definitely done a lot to help the platform grow, and for many, it's become a main source of income. But with this new influx of more mainstream celebrities, that's more competition for eyeballs on the APP and separately, such high profile celebrities joining on already sexually charged environment, his first a lot of users to adjust their expectations and on Lee fans to adjust some of its policies. So with Bella Thorne she joined the APP last week. She teased a pay per view photo that many subscribers thought would be nude but wasn't and she ended up making a whopping $2 million on on Ly fans and just a week, But a lot of fans felt she'd falsely advertise what she would be posting. And not long after that only fans changed its rules. It limited tips to $100 and the cost of a pay per view photo or video to $50. It also said it would pay creators each month rather than each week with You know, if you're living month to month that's that requires a lot more budgeting. Tell me more about how these changes in restricting the amount of money that someone can spend on on Ly fans and how often someone will get paid. How that affect sex workers. I think in the long run, it makes sense for the platform but for sex workers and that it's all about desire. It's all about that. Immediate. How much do I want to see this nude photo? And I mean, I think everyone knows that intimacy can get people acting impulsively, and that's helpful for sex workers sometimes. So I think on ly fans making these new rules to sort of protect people from being quote unquote scammed into paying money for Photos that are actually new and by celebrities. You know this this it wasn't sex workers necessarily doing this with celebrities doing this? Exactly? Yeah. Bella Thorne is not a sex worker. And I think sex workers feel a little bit cheated because they were the people who built this community, and now they're being punished for something that celebrity is doing and she claimed it was just for research. She wasn't actually interested in getting into sex work. If you're just tuning in my name is Tom

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"thorne" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

Comments By Celebs

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"thorne" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

"That's what's happening now to four hundred and fifty thousand content creators. People have bills to pay kids to feed many people including content creators in sex workers, live paycheck to paycheck. How are they going to pay their bills month? How are they going to feed themselves and their families? This is real harm. Which? I have to say. And I really. I Apologize If I'm just being honest. I didn't when I first heard about the story heard about the scam my mind didn't immediately go to this. It wasn't my I thought I don't think I was familiar with how only fans worked. It wasn't until I saw this conversation around. Coming from sex workers where I realized. This is so not okay. Like you suddenly you feel bad for you don't feel for the subscribers you feel bad for the other people on the platform that are being now directly impacted by this. Right and I think a lapse in judgment our understanding for lot of people who? Know only fans from the top one percent of creators which would be for the most part already famous people joined only fans a Tanna of Tricia whatever exactly. So you're not really thinking beyond that scope because your familiarity with the is usually with the top one percent of creators. most people when Bella joined it was like, okay. Just another celebrity joining we have a couple on already not a huge deal. But you exactly. The process about it and what we forget when we're thinking about only sands that this is a lot of people's livelihoods weren celebrities that are joining us as they think it'll up their cloud or up the amount of money they can make. That is now competing against people who are on their as their main line of work. Right. Exactly. So I I wanna read you guys Bellas kind of apology I, WanNa tell you about Tatta that I want to have a little bit more of a discussion but I'm trying to. Go in the best order that I can I really WanNa type at the town. Okay. I'm going to read her tweet in the order that she tweeted them. It's a little bit confusing but this is the order that she tweeted them. First. Part one removed the stigma behind sex sex work and the negativity that surrounds the word sex itself by bringing a mainstream face to it. That's what I was trying to do to help bring more face to the site to create more revenue for content creators on the site. I, wanted to bring attention to the site the more people on the site more likely of a chance to normalize stigmas and trying to do this I. Hurt You I i. my career few times to remove the stigma behind sex work porn. The natural hatred people spew behind anything sex related I wrote and directed a porn against the high brows with my peers and managers because I wanted to help with the stigma behind sex I'm a mainstream. Days, when you have a voice a platform, you tried to use you in helping others and advocate for something bigger than yourself. Again in this process I, hurt you in for that I'm truly sorry ps a meeting with only fans about the new restrictions to find out why this is fucked up. I'm sorry common any ideas or concerns you want brought up to only fans and send me your links in a pixel. I can promote you guys. What I I will say to that is like. Do I believe that? Do I believe that she ever intended to hurt these people in the process absolutely not like I can say that although. It what you don't you don't say that it's GonNa be a nude photo if it's not like I, know that sounds in the scheme of things a really stupid thing but it's true. What did you think was going to happen? Did you think that people were just GonNa be like Oh that's two hundred dollars. Two hundred dollars is a lot of money to a lot of. People and they're paying that and they're expecting what they pay for and like think about it in terms of any other kind of transactional service, you're not getting what you thought that you were getting and I don't think that's fair and so it's on her and her team for not thinking about the consequences down the line, and like I'm not saying Bella Thorne needs to be the The the person that's advocating for all sex workers sex workers actually do a really good job doing for themselves but I think it was just a really selfish move and not to pick apart apology I call bullshit on that don't tell me that the entire reason for you joining only fans wasn't to help remove the stigma for other people you knew that you were gonNA make a fuck ton of money two, million dollars to Bella Thorne who is not worth you know hundreds of millions. Yeah. She's working maybe twenty thirty a lot of money but not like. The old saying money not Kylie money. That's a lot of money so to she didn't even mention the monetary. The monetary incentive and I thought that was totally misguided. Am I wrong? No I don't think you're wrong because. In in my opinion, my thought process of this is okay. If you're really winning only fans because you're one intended consequences of doing so is to remove the statement behind sex were. then. You can't charge obscenely high amounts. Okay. Those two things contradict each other I stand that you can charge a lot of money. and De stigmatizing the process. But if you're one goal is to join stigmatize. Charging a fuck ton of money like to dollars picture in lying about it is not doing that it's just making.

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"thorne" Discussed on Grants Rants Hollywood Talk

Grants Rants Hollywood Talk

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"thorne" Discussed on Grants Rants Hollywood Talk

"Let's take a look at this other story of Bella Thorne who I really don't have any touchstone I. don't really know she wbz girl I don't know. She's earned a million dollar paycheck after twenty four hours on the pay subscription site only fads. Apparently. She then tacked on another million dollars by. A charging people twenty dollars a month to get like exclusive content that like you have to pay behind a paywall to get, which is like I'm familiar with only fans. But I would not be paying for anything like this to see like a celebrity. Personally I think the whole thing is ridiculous. She apparently charge a two hundred dollar pay for pay per view nude series of photos that were not actually a people want their money back I mean this is like such I real problems I don't care were about any of this but you know she did they they claim that she scammed people. What do you think? I this is a really complicated issue for me because in one way I've seen her quotes that she's come out saying I really wanted to normalize sex work in what only fans stands for and since I Bella Thorne is so not a household name for me I. I did not know who this woman was really I know that she has like I think she she did a show with Zindaka. So I, think that she has like a lot of gen-x urgency's with her. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So but to me Bella Thorne is not it for me I don't know her but I'm Kinda like in love with her storyline..

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"thorne" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"thorne" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"Content creators, chicken ASEAN PEOPLE I bill to pay kids feed many people including content creators and sex workers paycheck to paycheck. This is real harm and she just you know she continued to say the fibula pay per view and hundred dollar tip. I've seen people who are not sex workers saying this seems reasonable because you are she did not hold back because you are ignorant more on talking you don't understand sex workers don't get paid hourly you make larger amounts inconsistently per messages are frequently used by sex workers to sell more explicit content. So. Bel Thorne. Just they're saying you know basically scammed all these people out of this money and now makes their life harder. She didn't really think about the consequences of how the rest of the community would suffer by her doing that right I feel like Bella Thorne got extremely greedy in this situation because she makes money from all different angles we talked about this in the last the last podcast she's obviously actress she does tv she does movies she has her own companies, all these places where she has a source of income immense. She saw what was happening with only fans joined in and I think she saw how much money she was making and. Probably didn't realize when she said that she would send a nude and probably laughing to herself and being a hall say I'll send nudes but I actually don't and didn't realize the harm that would cause because that's actually one of my biggest pet peeves on the Internet is people anybody is like do this and I'll get naked or Subscribe and I'll send you a nude with people who obviously don't do that. You know what? I. Mean. They tried to bribe people by saying they'll send nudes. And they don't and it just like I could do that too. But I know I'm not going to get naked for these people. So I don't WanNa, tease them, and make -scribed to something. I'M NOT GONNA get naked. So it's that, and now these people the sex workers on only fans. This is some of their only income. So now for Bella Thorne who makes money all different ways, she's going to be fine but these other people are not going to be fine because this is their source of income. They're not a famous actress and they don't have multiple companies where they're making money right? She tried to work the system and I think. I don't think she went into this expecting this to happen. Obviously. Fans had to respond in some way and and I don't think fans was really set up to have these mainstream celebrities using their platform. So once this happened. Bella did not see only fans changing their policies. Only fans didn't think that Bella was going to be doing these things and now it hurt it hurts. The rest of the creators on only fans Bella did tweets saying that she wanted to remove the stigma behind sex sex work and the negativity that's around the sex itself by bringing a mainstream face to it that's what that's what she was trying to do to help bring more faces to the site to create more revenue for content creators on the site she said I wanted to bring more attention to the site the more people on the. Site the more likely of a chance to norm is a stigmas and trying to do this I, hurt you I have my career few times to remove the stigma behind sex porn and natural hatred people spew behind anything sex related I wrote in direction a porn against the high bras of my peers and managers because I wanted to help with the stigma behind sex, I, Emma mainstream face, and when you have a voice pipe you try to use. You and helping others and advocate for something bigger than yourself. Again, in this process, I heard you and for that, I'm really sorry PSI meeting with only bands about the new restrictions to out why this is fucked up and I'm sorry comment any ideas or concerns you brought up to only fans and send me your links to pick. So I can promote you guys. So she apologizes which is fine but it's I I understand what she wanted what she wanted to do with the account. It's just unfortunate that because of her actions only fans changed so many of their policies and she was the catalyst for that exactly and I think the only way that this is going to be fixed is if she does meet with only fans and there is actually a.

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"thorne" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"thorne" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"Down. So let's get into it starting off with Bella Thorne. More business basically. In Bisham. Bella Thorne was riding high for about. Two days until this whole only fans thanked came crashing down on her it was reported that she made two million dollars in just one week on only fans. She was you know she had it up for two hundred dollars. People could subscribe, and then I think what had happened was she wrote that she would send nudes and all these people subscribe two hundred. Dollars thinking they were going to get news from Bella Thorne that did not end up happening. So she native Unto Money People Wanted Refunds. Now, only fans can't afford how much Bella Thorne made. So she's actually screwing sex workers out of money because only fans can't afford what Bella Thorne has done, and now they dropped and lowered the prices of how much people can. Charge on only fans. So Bella Thorne has caused a shit storm with only fans at this point yet it seems like she does not only was she there's like the subscription that's a monthly fee I. think once you're a subscriber, they have this paper view feature where you can pay additional money and she had teased like two hundred dollars pay per view she would be naked. I. Guess She wasn't I don't know people wanted to refund, which then made only fans lower the amount of that you can charge for the pay per view to only fifty dollars as long as maxing out how much you can tip. So obviously, people are about this I'll read these tweets from Erica Haida walled as out same she is she is. She explained this whole thing. She said it in multiple tweets if you don't understand why every sex worker hates spell thorns, stinky guts and how she endangered endangered the livelihood of hundreds of thousands of craters. Let me expand you first Bella Thorne? made it. Only fans abate a million dollars in her first day. This isn't the bad part. Then she sent out a two hundred dollar pay per view message that claimed was a nude photo but when subscribers paid to open it, they found it was lingerie photo seeing as she scammed them they wanted. Their money back and only fans has a policy that you get your money back if you get scammed. So suddenly a fucked people ask for a charge back this causes problems for only bans because they have processing costs. So people suddenly requesting millions, chargebacks make them lose a lot of money to be able to pay all these people back and prevent such a massive charged back problem in the future only fans change their policies..

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"thorne" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"thorne" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Not. Sure what? Somebody's saying if I look at Mark Zuckerberg surfing I'm just covered in. White White Suntan lotion just kill. One of George just put on goes. Jesse for the people. Give Jessie a single here for the people. You know you so stunning. His crazy. Not that you don't look like that in real life because you do. But here's the thing like me looking at myself. I don't feel that way. You look great you do you do it's coming from from right there. It's directly on daddy right now, I should hide in the shadows at this point. Just, really we can call it a day. You've you always look amazing by the way. Amazing. Okay. So the guy named Dean mkx Lincoln mkx Lincoln let's just McConnell links. Mrs. Cookie, dough that accidentally set out over night. It's true I used to work at Papa John's I. Look like the dough is premade and it's back in the cooler. It's the Whitest pasty as thing you could ever see and that's exactly what I look like. Dangerous. Dingus you've really really hit the nail on the head. No. Wasn't feeling terrible. Got Myself already like now we're going we're going all in. Let's lean into it all the way today. James. Why Want to say one one thing really quick about why we may be a little bit hard to find. Do you think it was the Jello stone thing. Who knows at this point? Jello stone I but I want to acknowledge this because I do see these comments all the time and I get messages all the time somebody sent me a screen shot yesterday. Of them just going through a youtube tutorial trying to find our channel. For this one listener he said, Hey, man, I'm just going video at like these videos Aj gamble what's up in an frank had a tan than Ross This is really getting hilarious now. A Spray Spray Tan. What what's the? WHAT'S THE DEAL Either Way He sent a youtube tutorial yesterday of Heyman. Here's I had to try to find your video. On this one listeners thing is listed as safe for kids and it's like you have to go through this thing and it's like, no, this is definitely not safe for kids. We went through the program yesterday all of the back end of this and. We're marked not safe for kids so like. Clearly, something is happening behind the scenes I. Dig into. A deeper conversation. We're not gonNA stop having guests because we're worried about youtube blocking US or talking about whatever it is and. rogin starts on September first on spotify. So video will be available on spotify we are talking with them. So that could be an option sooner hopefully it is, and then we can just tell you to. To go fuck itself. But I I'm hearing all everything you're saying all the messages I get it again, the only way to beat it as like buttons like hammer like button and like comments but that's about it. To be fair but I am getting all your messages and I promise like I'm reading them and I watched the five minutes video yesterday from from one of the listeners I want to say was bill scofield maybe. Either way. That's what's happening and we know we can't stop it. And Jesse looks. Amazing today. Is. Only, fans account next for you because after reading the Bella Thorne story last night. I think it might be the way she crashed the site. She made one million dollars, actress. Bella Thorne sort of an actress. Mona use the term actress in air quotes there. Right Kevin Neal's okay crashed. Crashed it. And said. Hey. We're all. We're all good on only fans. We're GONNA make a million dollars a day. He's up to two million. Now they've fixed sites up to two million now in less than three days. I don't understand it. From an outsider's perspective, you guys talk about this Umbro S, but I want to talk about it here because clearly. I mean I'm staring you right now. I always say this on the show that you're the hottest girl in the planet. Whatever the new set is doing to you it is you look like you were in another fucking planet maybe we should only fans your whole shit and then just retire after that. Maybe I'm night doing shows nicer to Giorgio. Do you know what I mean? something. Maybe Georgia's lakes me a little bit better listen. No it's a process we're going to get there I wear a lot of makeup you actually let's be real. It's a lie I've seen you with a much bigger. It's all over. No, it's all over my face but anyway, no such thing as a natural beauty said a million times literally no such news close as a guess. So. Explain this to me and I'm being totally dead serious forget that we're married or okay no you. Don't know you. Okay. Okay. I look Bella Thorne. And I don't think she is that attractive her nudes are great and congratulations on that If you don't remember that story, we did talk about it maybe a year ago where An ex boyfriend was trying to blackmailer by. Saying hey man. I've got these news that you sent me and texting me or whatever, and she goes fuck you. I'll put these out on twitter for free for everyone to see and shut down the guy didn't get any money and in truthfully her account exploded after that right? But. I don't think she's necessarily that attractive. Whereas you are why couldn't you make that kind of money what goes on behind the scenes only fans that they're these people are giving away to make that kind of money. Okay. So anyone that follows me on instagram knows. It's hard to get it. It's hard to get a response right? You're not a social media person not a social media person so like about there's that I. Love that about you. Thank you the second I need to work on it but the second thing I've asked this on a live show me and tiffany both on our goodbye from or goodbye North Carolina show and we were both like listen we talk about this on our show all the time these girls are making so much money.

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Stonewall Jackson statue removed in Richmond

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Stonewall Jackson statue removed in Richmond

"Several 100 people watched in Richmond yesterday as the Stonewall Jackson statue was removed with a crane and the Virginia Capitals. Mayor says more articles not clear which Confederate statue will come down next here on Monument Avenue. This bronze statue to Jeb Stuart is one of three statues still standing. Richmond Mayor LeVar Stoney issued an emergency order yesterday that all Confederate statues on city land would be Removed as soon as possible. Last month, the Jefferson Davis statue was Thorne down a long block from here. The statue to Robert E. Lee remains standing. It's on state property. And while Governor Ralph Northam wants it removed, a lawsuit has the future of that statue still to be determined in Circuit Court.

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"thorne" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"thorne" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

"You can do it for as little as a couple of bucks a month and of course all. The income goes to support the nonprofit Sandra for communicating science at Stony Brook University. So that's P. H. E. R. Elwin dot com slash clear and vivid. Thank you so much. If you're looking for pod swag merchandise head over to pod SWAG DOT COM to shop brand new items in the clear and vivid collection. The new additions to the collection include a hat stainless steel tumbler. Pint glasses and a t shirt featuring the great allen all the way showed the t shirt that has a picture of me on it right. I don't think it's in poor taste to walk around with a picture of myself on my shirt. No you're going to confuse a few people or excite them. I'm not sure or scare them. That's also a possibility. But the t shirt is really nice. It's a beautiful blue fabric and it's kind of an vintage design. Not Unlike yourself. Yeah goes with my vintage design okay. Well let's good plus Allen. New Designs and styles are constantly being added listeners. Of Clear and vivid you can shop the collection today at pod. Swag DOT com slash. All the that's pod swag dot com slash A. L. D. A. I'm on my way. Here's an important news about the older center for Communicating Science. And the time we'd live in in the past few years the center has been able to train fifteen thousand scientists to improve their powers of communication. And we did this. Dynamic face to face workshops but now just when good communication can save thousands of lives a day face to face. Training is impossible so the oldest center for communicating science has been developing a suite of online workshops. And they're just as interactive just as dynamic and just as effective as our workshops that were designed for normal times and in some ways even more so not only. Will these workshops deliver this training online? They'll have a new added focus on how to get the most out of this new world of online communication that we all have to live in now more than ever scientists and health professionals need to communicate clearly and vividly with the public and with each other and with funders and policymakers the program is called Aldo Online. In starting in May you can learn more about how you can take part in these online workshops and help save even more lives. You'll find it all the center dot org a fresh way to sharpen your skills coming soon to a computer near you. This is clear and vivid and now back to my conversation with KIP. Thorne you've been spending the last few years immersing yourself in the culture becoming part of the artistic culture when movies working with composers working with visual artist to explore the themes that you've explored in science and I think I know why you're doing why are you doing. I'm doing for several reasons. One is it's fun answer another. Is that These are wonderful tools for inspiring people about science tools in some cases that had not been much use in this way and I love inspire people about science there also tools to some extent for educating people about science though I think the inspiration is the more powerful aspect of it but educating as well look I'm eighty and I've had a career of half a century as a conventional physicist when for the next half century. I decided I decided this suburb some years ago a decade or so ago for the next half century. I wanted to do something different. Something Fun something that would inspire. So this is what I'm doing. Well I've experienced that firsthand because I remember with such pleasure was playing getting ready to play Richard Feinman in the play. Q. E. D. U. Sad with me at Caltech in a little On a little bench and I I remember. You're drawing glue one tubes for me and explaining what they were and it was. It was the the fact that you took the time to try to get me to some understanding of it. I really appreciate it. I was impressed by it. And you're such a good explainer to well. It was a real pleasure. It was also an enormous pleasure to go to your your performance in then to have conversation several conversations with you afterwards in front of the. I know I know you were you there the opening night when as the character. Feinman. I raise a question. But it's a it's a hypothetical question which I'm about to answer as the character in a second but students from Caltech were filling the theatre on the opening night and I I. I asked the question and and a kid in the ten throw started to answer the question for me out. The thing I most remember about opening night was a little later. After the performance I was chatting with Joan Feinman. Richard Feynman sister were Jones. Said it was so wonderful to be with Richard again. Oh how nice that so nice and and one night. Stephen Hawking came to see the play and that was treat and that reminds me of the bet. You had with Stephen Hawking about black holes. I Don I only remember that you had a bet with. What was the bed about where the bet was? Whether or not cygnus x one was a black hole. Cygnus x one was a source of x rays on the sky that had been discovered by a new kind of telescope. The you who telescope spearheaded by Ricardo g coney and they had discovered cygnus x one source of x rays and they had determined approximately where it was on the sky and there was a star there and they were guessing that in fact the x were coming from gasping pulled off this star an onto the black hole. The Star was in orbit around the Black Hole. So the question was. Is this really a black hole? And you didn't think it was Stephen. Bet No and I bet yes and so I one but Stephen signed off after about twenty twenty years he signed off. It took that long to be absolutely sure. Stephen regarded this as his as his insurance policy because he was responsible. More than anybody else for the theory of black holes while he and Einstein who developed relativity but and so if it turned out to be a black hole that was a great triumph for his third for Stevens Therapy. It turned out not to be a black hole he wanted at least some sort of recompense and so it would be winning this Beth so what was at stake in the bet. Well in the modern era this little embarrassing but it was a stay at bet where the payoff was in on. This was this that I received Brazil subscription to Playboy magazine..

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Is police brutality legal?

The Breakdown with Shaun King

09:52 min | 1 year ago

Is police brutality legal?

"In nineteen eighty four a middle aged black man who worked for the North Carolina Department of Transportation named the Thorn Graham. He noticed that he was lightheaded. It experienced this exact feeling before he was a diabetic. And he was on the verge of an insulin attack but this time he wasn't at home he was riding in the car with a friend of his CO worker William Berry Engram knew that William didn't stop somewhere to get him some orange juice to balance out his blood sugar levels. Graham knew that he was going to pass out. So William pulled the car over and a random gas station in Charlotte to get Graham. Some orange juice Graham got out of the car walked into the gas station grabbed himself. A small bottle of orange juice prepared to purchase it. Then he noticed. The line was long so instead of purchasing the orange juice graham sat the orange juice on the top of the shelf. There in the gas station ran back out to the car and just asked his buddy to hurry up and take him home and stay as you may have noticed. No crime was committed. He didn't steal the orange juice. Nobody was harmed and at this point. We just have a friend trying to help a friend through a medical emergency but this is America and in the parking lot of that gas station was a Charlotte police officer. Connor remember the Supreme Court case. It's Graham versus conner in officer Connor. Who was white. Didn't think the what he saw was harmless at all when he saw a black man going to that store and come back out of the store without anything in his hands. Connor was convinced that he had just witnessed an armed robbery. The Graham didn't have a gun. You can have a bag of cash. He was just black and connor. Didn't like the way Graham walked in and out of the store so Graham got in the passenger side seat of the car asked his friend to leave and they pulled off to be clear and I just have to say this. They didn't peel out their tires. They didn't break the speed limit. William Berry just backed his car out of the parking lot and began driving Graham home but officer. Connor convinced that he had just witnessed two black men. Rob a gas station followed them in his squad car turned on his flashing police lights and proceeded to pull them over and they put over when. Connor got to the driver's side window. William Barrett calmly told him that his friend Thorn. Graham was about to pass out because of his diabetes and that he desperately needed some orange juice unconvinced that black people even had medical emergencies officer. Connor decided it's actually he who was in grave danger so he goes back to his car in calls for emergency. Backup mind you. They didn't threaten him but he believed they had just robbed a convenience store. And we're lying about it and guess what happens. Graham literally gets out of the car in passes out right there on the road desperate wondering if his friend might die William Berry begs connor and the new cops who arrived on the scene. He begs those cops to simply give his friends some orange juice. Give him some sugar anything to help him with Graham fully unconscious and this is it's ridiculous story with Graham fully unconscious in all of this. All Supreme Court records the officers instead tightly handcuff grams hands behind his back in literally. Throw him onto the hood of his car while he's unconscious the other than proceed to laugh and insist that grandma's faking the whole thing and another officer insisted that Graham didn't even have diabetes but was drunk and told everybody there. I've SEEN PEOPLE WITH DIABETES. And they don't act like this furious at Graham. Another officer literally slammed grams head onto the car. Which momentarily brought Graham back to consciousness. Graham hardly awake then begged the officers to simply look in his back pocket where he kept a medical card stating that he had diabetes. The officers refused instead with his arms cuffed behind his back. The officers through Graham into the back of the police car head. I in slam the door on him. A bystander offered Graham orange juice but the officers refused to give it to him. Finally one of the COPS decides to go back to the gas station to ask the staff about the armed robbery. That just took place and of course. The station attendant was confused. The line was still long and no type robbery had ever taken place and guess what was right there on the shelf grams. Orange juice no robbery happened. No crime no mischief. Nothing where police could have actually helped desperate man to a medical emergency. They instead imagined a series of crimes and they brutalized a man. Who could have really really used their help. At that point it would have made a lot of sense for those officers to take to Thorn Graham directly to the hospital. He was now completely unconscious in the back of their car but instead of taking him to the hospital they literally took him home in dumped his listless body in his own front yard when Graham woke up completely confused and battered. His foot was broken. His rotator cuff torn on his left. Shoulder cuts were all over. His wrists from the cuffs in his forehead was badly bruised from being onto the COP CAR. Police had literally just racially profiled a black man for a crime. He didn't commit ignored. His medical emergency brutally beat him then dumped him in his own front yard instead of taking him to the hospital presumably because they would have had to explain to the doctors and nurses how Graham got so injured so they're bright idea was to dump his battered body off in his own front yard and just leave him there he could have died. So of course thorn. Graham sued the city. He sued the Police Department and he sued the officers. Who did this to him? Of course he did. Of course he demanded that the officers who brutalized him be fired. But in this probably comes as no surprise to you Charlotte in North Carolina fought back. The police fought back locally and then in district courts until the case eventually went all the way to the Supreme Court in that Supreme Court Decision Graham versus conner which took place now thirty years ago in nineteen eighty nine has absolutely everything to do with. Wyatt is nearly impossible to hold police responsible for police brutality. Today let me break down that decision. Bring it back down. I believe that Graham versus conner is one of the worst decisions in the modern is through the Supreme Court of the United States. What Thorn Graham experienced was so brutal so racist so unreasonable and excessive. That the idea that any court could look at what happened to him and decide that it was legal that the Supreme Court could look at that and decide that it was justified is in and of itself unjust. But let me break it down. The Supreme Court in Graham versus conner determined that quote the reasonable use of force by any officer must be viewed from the perspective of what appeared reasonable in the moment of. It's application not from twenty twenty hindsight and so the Supreme Court. Let me make sense of this. So the Supreme Court ruled that of all the ways. The cops brutalized thorn. Graham an unarmed non-violent middle aged black man who broke no laws was in desperate need of medical attention. The Supreme Court ruled that cops cannot be held responsible for truth they did not know in the moment in other words because the cops believed that. Thorne Graham had just committed a violent armed robbery because another cop believed that he was drunk and lying to them. Even though those things were completely false because cops believe them. Cops cannot be held responsible for the actual truth. They can only be held responsible for what they believed in the moment. And the judges ruled that the cops believing the Thorn Graham to be a violent drunk non-cooperative felon had the right to brutalize him

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Kevin Liebe - (Hearing Aid) Data is the New Oil

Future Ear Radio

06:51 min | 1 year ago

Kevin Liebe - (Hearing Aid) Data is the New Oil

"This new column You know this in our industry I mean unlike the tech world that disruption in such a kind of a cliche thing Roy's talking about everything's disruption destruction but but really in theology and the hearing the broader here and industry disruptions become a very it has become more and more common the last several years As heroes of come onto the scene Connect Bluetooth. All these technologies that are increasingly becoming available in hearing aids and other hearing assistive devices. And so but that's not really the whole picture of disruption. I mean so with with audiology specifically I mean there's there's obviously have the regulation change with OTC urinate rules coming out but But there's been a lot of other things in and you know I kinda wanted in this call to over the course of you know the next several months to year. We really want to look at like lots of different parts of things that are affecting the industry so whether it whether it's exit regulation changes whether it's Technology changes in hearing AIDS. Ai Machine learning or You know the other component. That doesn't get as much attention in that The pharmaceutical and biotech industries. And how they're starting to impact our healed. There's just a lot of a lot of forces at work from a lot of different angles and in only a few of them get get most of the airtime so to speak or visibility. So I really Kinda WanNa bring a holistic picture of like. Hey it's not just oh. Dc EAR needs. I mean there's a lot of different things happening that you know maybe are a little bit scary but you know A lot of ways. There's there's so much opportunity in in some really some really awesome things happening. That's GONNA benefit you know not only You know professionals. But our patients and people with hearing loss. So it's just something that I've been wanting to do for a while and we've touched on different parts of the years but But this is kind of a kind of a caller warned of Focus. Kind of down on these different different factors. Yeah no I mean I've read I think. Have you put out three so far? Yeah we've done. We've had three so far. And we've already got two or three kind of in the works right now but they'll be publishing over the next few months so to give the listeners. A little bit of a preview kit. Let's go one by one on the three that you've done so the first one was brandon Swallow the starkey CEO correct. What was that Ellie? Yes Oh so brandon. You know a lot of it was he was kind of He actually will. He actually had volunteered to be my first interview. He is really nice. Gesture had just told him as an aside. When we're talking about something else he was like I said Hey. I think I'm going to start this. Call him up or I'm looking at these different disruptions and You know and he said Hey al. I'll be your I said okay. I'll take him up on the offer and he Basically he's kind of kind of touched on a lot of things but OTC was a big thing and he kind of was giving some advice for people in practice and sort of talking about some of the trends and things that we're seeing but but a lot of it was which I think more and more people are coming to this this realization that you know OTC is not as scary as it as it was a few years ago to the professional side and that and that really is going to be a great opportunity. Because we know it's not gonNA solve the hearing. Nike overall hearing picture for people that that have hearing loss that might be a device that will get people kind of That are that are nervous about going. It tested or whatever but a lot of ways just the same way reading glasses are just because you're reading glasses doesn't mean they're not going to go get professional. Go in and get tested and things and so I think You Know Brandon. He addressed a lot of those concerns in that in that interview and and kind of where he sees it and where he thinks professional Chandola just a couple of things. There have been a rumor a few years ago saying hey you know starkey going to sell on. That was like one of the questions that we'd asked as well. I mean just as something like hey. There's these rumors going on. Haven't heard too much lately. But he just never. We're not going to sell our baby. How this is the you know. Kind of kind of put those rumors to bed. So there's there's a lot of different different parts that we addressed and that we thought were kind of topics that that people were asking questions. People have been asking over the years. Yeah no I thought that was a really good interview. And it was kind of right before the starkey gala Where they where they announced the new wave of innovation that they've been working on and I had Dave Thorne on Right after that event where he attended it and we talk all about it but I do think it's just worth reiterating that you have. These urinate companies like starkey. That are really doing some interesting things with this idea of this transition into a hearing aid looking more and more like a computer in your ear. And what kind of doors does that open up and so to your point. I think that You know you are going to see sort of of the market where you have these premium high end offerings that I think will appeal to a certain subset of You know folks with hearing loss in. They'll have an increasing amount of really cool features. I think over time a lot of those features will then move. You know cascade back down to these more mild to moderate offerings. I think we're GONNA see some pretty good options and you know it might be in the TC room but it might also be more of just entry level technology that the professionals are GonNa be dispensing in my eyes. The way I look at it is truly a rising tide lifts all ships. I mean I think everything is getting better which is ultimately going to benefit the patients. I I would imagine that. The patient satisfaction rate over the past. Five years with the technology itself has like seen exponential improvements because it really has were at a point now where these really small devices in your seen it with companies like apple like their engineering promises really coming in with like air pods and stuff like that. Were finally at a point in today's Day and age where super small devices like hearing aids can be innovated on in some really really exciting ways. That weren't really available that long ago so I think a lot of the core functionality you know being able to make sure that these things provide the best you know situational in like speech as the best kind of listening experience but now that that's all sort of like being established and accomplished it's going to be really exciting to see where things go from

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"thorne" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"thorne" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

"With Arizona State head coach Charlie Turner. Thorne I pleasure John. Good to be here. -absolutely you on the verge of five hundred wins You're going to cross it at some point whether it be against Arizona or another time along the way do numbers like that when you think about half a thousand. What does that mean to you? Know I don't really think about it to be honest But when I guess you're an old coach like me and you hit a milestone I mean you really just think about Because it's not me right. It's all the fires and all the coaches staff. Everybody that works tirelessly every day to to help you know. Help these young women when games. So that's kind of a fun thing you know 'cause when we hit a milestone with our program than you know you just kind of celebrate all the players and the coaches and the people that have helped along the way and that's that's fun absolutely it is and it gives you a little extra attention during that time. Which like you're saying hear you I hear you. You don't you'll give that back if if things are equal but at the same time your team has been getting a lot of attention here lately in a loaded. Pac twelve that that weekend where you beat Oregon and you beat Oregon State in back to back games. Do you think it was obviously. It's good for your program. You want those winds but all of a sudden you've got this attention in your ranked and maybe a little bit of a target on your back. What has that weekend done for your team to kind of jump? Start things. Well I mean we're used to having target on her back and we're used to having a number by our name. John You know the truth of this season is you know. We started with a number of irony but we were very young and we were injured and we. We didn't have our start. You know one of our top senior posts for the pretty much. The entire preseason And we Ravi Ryan. One of our top players wasn't healthy and and we only had really two players. Kim playing time in a sun devil uniform and are on our roster. We graduated eighty five percent of our scoring and rebounding from the previous year in our start are starting frontline so lots to grow and transform and so you know to be honest. I think there are older. Fires are are very used to being the team to beat But that weekend I will say was amazing. And it was unprecedented her You know most programs in the country right to beat the number two and three teams back to backs You know really hadn't been done before so It was Super Special And I could not be more proud of this team and from where they started into where they are right now in a lot of these left John. So we're not you know we're we're going to keep our heads down and obviously we want. We're not done and we WANNA keep getting better. But I think you know we're we're it's been quite a while for a issuers basketball since we've been kind of an underdog you know where you kind of having that target on our back so you know. That's the young kids. They learn it pretty quick. But our our our seniors Eh even our sophomores from last year. Even though they didn't get to play a lot I mean they they saw you know the way we got everybody's a game and I think even when we were kinda still struggling coming along with everybody was kind of lickochops going. Oh we can get an issue. He's that's what I felt and took credit. We just kind of kept working and improving and getting to where we knew we could be it. Sounds like you're saying that your team has not only responded positively in one those games but they've responded positively to winning those games that their that their work ethic after the fact that it that it hasn't wavered that that's kind of something you're you're you're referring to as well they've they've been consistent throughout you know what they really have. I mean it was draining to do that. So we kind of had to recharge your batteries but you know her younger team. I think it was very you know About it really validated. Now you know they you know they. I think they knew they could be really good. But that was only. That's only motivated us to come together more. You know be more. I think Driven if you will To you know keep working hard to win games. What does it say about the PAC twelve like you said I mean you ve been there for forever now and over? Four hundred forty wins now at. Asu But at the same time. What does it say about? Just the depth of the The PAC twelve. That may before a week or two. You guys got forgotten about as a top contender in. Yeah it's I mean if there's a better conference all all all all go todo tone debate that with anybody in the country John You Know It's been obviously coaching in this conference for twenty three years and then I was at Washington for two years in a player for four years so I don't know Mr analytics do the math. That's a lot of years but about an it's it's never been the strong and you know we always. I mean you know Taranto. Yeah there's no easy gains and stuff but at the same time I think like one through twelve is good but like the top half is great. You know like great great. And that's that's definitely something that's I think. Maybe maybe you know stronger than it's ever been in the history of the conference so Makes FOR EVERY EVERY WEEK. A fun and You know obviously intense preparation and challenging. And you know I just I really really hope And I do expect our conference to get credit for beating each other and beating up on each other because you know I feel like we you know for the most part handed. Preseason in people really have recognized out good you know. Our teams are well it better and not to get too far ahead of ourselves. But I'm really looking forward to seeing. How seating comes out in March and you know just how that all works separate people. Yeah it's GonNa be you know. We thought the men's side was challenging. And now we're we're right behind them with that. You know people beating people and I will. I have to say something controversial now. I probably shouldn't I should Should we spice up this podcast or absolutely? Let's do it. Yeah so I mean. If the polls were more accurate there might not be so much. Perceived like upsets. I.

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Bella Thorne Is Jumping Into the Porn Industry for Directorial Debut

The South Florida Morning Show

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Bella Thorne Is Jumping Into the Porn Industry for Directorial Debut

"Former Disney Channel star will be making her directorial debut in porn shake it up actress Bella Thorne is set to show her film her and him at the Oldenburg Film Festival in Germany before it makes its way to the subscription service porn hub premium the film was made as part of a series for first time directors to make porn for a female audience the film is described by port hub as a sexually explicit Romeo and Juliet like depiction of two star crossed

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"thorne" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"thorne" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"We are joined by very special guests. Bella thorne. I'm about to. What about is? How tall is Mike is right now. I'm just like I feel so awkward. There you go. Over fixing it. That's so swings things because I'm just clearly I don't. Yeah. I don't know how to do either. When? Awesome. All right. We're all set. All right. Your new book, the life of a wannabe mogul. It's out delight twenty-third, but it's at number one now for a few weeks been it's been there for, like, I think we're going on a month this, I don't know. Nobody's counting for me. What we what do I gotta do? All the work. Just amazing. We honestly thought that the book was right. All right. Out. Bull are so excited about it. I'm I was worried. I wasn't going to sell six thousand copies to be able to contend for New York Times bestseller. So I'm I'm pretty pretty ski surprise. Well, why, why would you want to write this book? Well, originally, I needed some money. I actually wrote these other two bucks all handwritten a wrote him over, like three doors or something. I left them on a delta flight. Oh my God. They couldn't find it for you. And so there forever to be somebody else loss in the abyss never to be totally has them. And they're like this is amazing. And they just kept mean if they have it, and they got some real shit. And now there's going to be a tell all Bella Thorne book just from this. A lot of things. Where did you write this book? I wrote this while I wish it in the show on set and I wrote it in two weeks on a typewriter. So I was just walking around with a big ass typewriter just really like oh, yeah. No, I can walk over there. Yeah. You're gonna put a markdown cocoa. And what so a lot of it is poetry. Right. Why did fire that? Well after. Was not rewriting. So those like fuck me. What do I do? And I knew I wanted to call it mental disarray. And so I was like mental disarray. What's that? Came up with that name first. And then you're like, all right. Do that. I have to say I was I mean I'm captivated by. I don't know what it what does it mean to you now, literally mental disarray mind, in this book is it's like it made sense that this is the first one in the series because this one explains how literally my mental disarray. My, my whole brain and things that are in there and just shoved impacted in there. And so then I was like, well, that's, that's, that's perfect start of it because the whole series is not about like poetry. It's not actually poetry base. It's more about how to be a mogul the life of a wannabe Michael, how literally do shit that people are like you couldn't do that. And then you're like, oh, watch me write it. What are some of the main points in the book that like you said, you're like I did this. Well, I mean, I don't talk about it in this one, but in the third book, it would be the fact that I never learned how to read, and I learned how to read from reading scripts, I never learned how to count, and I learned how to count from my dad's cash, so I'm obsessed with money and. I didn't know how dance two feet and I couldn't even bounce on the same rhythm. And I did a and show about dancing. I was tone deaf, and I own a record label and I'm sign with Sony as an artist and I can fucking seeing a bitch. So fuck with, like I had literally two hundred dollars to my name, basically when I turned eighteen and I bought a house by the time I was nineteen. Everybody told me you were not going to be able to do that. Watch me. Everyone said you can't buy another house. I said, watch me twenty one another one like, you know, I just like you tell me I can't like, you know, literally, I never learned, how to write a script. I'm writing series now and I've got it just attached..

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"thorne" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"thorne" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"What be Goldberg? Yeah. Made a huge mistake, we'll start off by saying that Bella Thorne released her own nudes, because a hacker was blackmailing her with videos and pictures that she took over self, and she wanted to take the power back which she did. And she posted herself. And she said, I'm not gonna let this guy. Get to me. I'm not gonna let him post this. I'm gonna post it myself. Yeah. And it was a really impounding moment for her. Although it took a lot of courage. And you know, obviously she was not embarrassed about it. But it was it was not. She got put in a hospital situation because obviously those pictures are not meant for everybody. But at the same time she does at why this, she hacker to have the power, she knew they were going to come out and it was either do it yourself. So you kind of control it. Or let somebody else control you and control these pictures. So she put it out herself. She was very open about it, obviously, she's talked about. She's been very open about her past and everything. She's gone through and. The ladies on the view. I have the clip. Yeah. The ladies on the view spoke about it will be Goldberg had her opinion. Bella didn't agree crawling out of a skin. We'll be I just feel that if you don't, don't J put him at listen. If you're famous, I'm care how old you are. You don't take pinches here. One person she should listen. When they're hacking, you, they're having all of your stuff. So whether it's one picture, or million pictures, once you take that picture it goes into the cloud, and it's available to any hacker who wanted. And if you don't know that in twenty nineteen that this is an issue, you I'm sorry, your age does not you don't get to do that. But why not get to do that just make a hard copy and put it in a frame, and send it why does it have to be out there? That passion. The problem with the hard copy is that the person who has made the picture appear on your also has the cop achieved so. That's very collared her among the line, I'm gonna say that. I feel pretty disgusting. I feel pretty disgusting. We'll be knowing everyone's seen like, you know, my shit, and I just wanna say that me watching this interview, maybe feel really bad about myself in it. And I hope you're happy. I really do it really hope you're so fucking because I can only imagine all the kids to have their shit released. And then they commit suicide and you know. Easy for thinking such terrible things on such an awful situation. Like, you know, I don't really want to go on the anymore because I don't want to be beaten down by a bunch of older women for my body and my sexuality. I don't really feel like that. And so I'm gonna kids'll mater view because I don't really want you guys talking about your views two young girls because I would not want my daughter to learn that. And I would never say to her. Okay. I'm done. Yeah. So obviously, what would be said? We don't agree with. Yeah. I mean, we're in a time where you should be able to do whatever you want on your phone. It's your privacy. You wanna take pictures or self, go ahead. You do you, you know what I mean? Right. The problem is the hackers and the blackmailers. The problem is not Bella Thorne. Right. That's where the problem lied with what, what be what they were talking about, is that Bella Thorne, shouldn't have to feel scared. And that's what the problem is nowadays that, we're we feel scared and other people feel scared because they're like, oh, no..

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Drama in the Toy Industry

MarketFoolery

08:20 min | 2 years ago

Drama in the Toy Industry

"Joining me in studio today from 'em funds. Bill Barker, thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. We're gonna talk are vs. We're gonna talk toys because we've got some legitimate drama in the toy industry. We're going to start with Dobie. I feel like almost any business. That's in the cloud business is doing well that's not a knock adobe in their management. But, you know, adobe second quarter revenue was up twenty five percent. Their guidance was a little weaker than I think some analysts were looking for. But that's not stopping the stock. It's up another four percent today. Yeah, it is continuing to do a great job growing compounding year-over-year. It's on a pretty good five year on, I would say the segments digital media was up twenty two percent digital experience thirty four percent publishing twelve percent. So all three of the major parts of the company growing at better or do significantly better than, you know, double digit range. Do you know historically, if nobody is an acquisitive company, it does seem like obviously, you've got behemoths out there like Microsoft and Amazon just a name to who are in the cloud business it, I mean you know, my joke at the top aside they're definitely some smaller players, and I don't know if part of what has fueled adobe for the past few years is. Being strategic with smaller acquisitions and, and just sort of bringing them into the fault. Yeah. It's enlarge part through acquisitions in two thousand eighteen which for those who can't do math was last year. You look confused for. Of the two of us in the room you're better at math than I am. Yes. That's fair. No last year. Yeah. One year difference magenta and Marquette auto. I don't know that I'm even pronouncing Marquette to marquee, to maybe were acquired, and so they've been well, integrated into the platform and are contributing to that twenty five percent annual growth, little harder to grow window at the size that adobe is at something approaching twenty five percent without making some good acquisitions, even in the, you know, given how much businesses moving to the cloud, even so that this that kind of growth needs needs some acquisitions in most cases, do you think that's why the guidance was maybe a little weaker than people were expecting just because there's only so much? You wanna telegraph what you're going to be doing when it comes to acquisitions, well, they have a history of being a pretty conservative with their guidance. So I think that as you can tell from the market's reaction today, basically. People are blowing that off. Nobody believes them. Yeah. That's nice. They're, they're giving some conservative guidance, and we know that given their history. And this is the kind of thing that you only, you know, chief over time is the belief by the market that, oh, these guys are going to do better than they're saying. Let's move onto winnebago. Third quarter reports seemed to be a little bit of a mixed bag, although the profit margins appear to be improving for winnebago. And typically, when we talk about the RV industry, more more often than not you. And I are talking about Thor industries, not. Not winnebago but went Bego seems to be doing a pretty nice job of late. Yeah. Winnebago, which is the name that people know best for arby's and is best known for the motorhomes portion of the business. And so the totals side of the business is larger for the industry than the motorhomes motor home is the, you know, the large vehicle bus, like structure where the housing unit is all part of the, the motor vehicle, and then the Togo's where you hit something onto the back of, of your vehicle and winnebago made a good acquisition. Couple years ago, grand design, which is a fast growing towell and winnebago really didn't have much going on prior to that in the total space. So as that part of the industry has been growing winnebago is now. And. Active participant in, in that growth and actually capturing market share in large part from Thor. So you've got sore, which is the largest RV maker, just made a major acquisition in Europe, which closed last quarter, and then you've got forest river, which is owned by Berkshire Hathaway those two are, are far larger than when a Bego, which has now grown to about ten percent of the market. And then they're few scattered players that are not especially meaningful beyond that. But when Bago also has done, what a lot of in players in the industry are doing which is diversifying into the marine segment. They quired Chris craft, which is probably known to too many as designer beautiful wooden boats that are sort of timeless and elegant, and that's a good thing to do is to have some diversification, because the RV industry are. Into a lot of trouble last year when dealers overstocked early in two thousand eighteen and a year later, they're still working down the overstocking. And so when obey goes numbers on their face are not great. But they are pointing to some brighter days ahead as everybody in the RV space has been doing for a while. The acquisition that Thorne made that you mentioned in Europe. Is is that a diversification play or do they or is there, some RV maker in your like I? In large part because of where I live, when I think of RV's I just think of, you know, RV's here in America. I don't necessarily think of Europe as necessarily big market, but I'm, I'm happy to be proven wrong on that. Well, they're, they're more in the smaller vehicles, and you see in the US there, you know, in many parts of Europe, smaller roads and not quite the car culture that we have, but they are a big camping culture. And so they're more sort of camper sized things. And yeah, there's a decent decent part of, of the market that you can capture there. It is diversification thing for Thor. And it's a good time to diversify given the, you know issues with the inventory for arby's here, but getting back to winnebago, they're pointing to, again, good growth in the TOA bowls from the grand design, and motorhomes. Itself lagged I think there were off sales or about thirty some percent year year which couple years ago that would have been disastrous for winnebago when they had not yet acquired a tow -able in an a marine unit. It's not. I mean for as well known as the winnebago brand is, this is not a big company. I think it's like one in a quarter billion in market cap, so but it's nice to see that. They're both diversifying their revenue stream and because of that starting to improve their financial picture. Yeah. They are unlike sore treating sort of reasonably close to their fifty two week high. I think not you know not not right at the fifty two week high, but they're not not a long ways off Thorpe still basically cut in half from from where it was about eighteen months ago. Quick shadow to sprout social for sporting today's show. What makes people love the brands you love connection.

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Bella Thorne, Twitter And Disney discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Bella Thorne, Twitter And Disney discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Blog, Disney star Bella Thorne has released her own nude photos after being hacked, and this isn't protest. Well, the, the hacker in question was trying to blackmail her in this is over the course of the last twenty four hours, how to get the nude photo, he hacked into her phone in her computer. He got he got the photos that were intended for her ex boyfriend, apparently and only him these photos. Well what did the AD once he had possession these photos? He threatened to release them unless she pay him a certain. Amount of money, she stalled, and finally decided to release the photos on her own via Twitter so that he would no longer be able to threaten her. The FBI is

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Bella Thorne Posts Her Own Damn Topless Photos To Thwart Hacker

Donna and Steve

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Bella Thorne Posts Her Own Damn Topless Photos To Thwart Hacker

"Out, Bella, Thorne actress Bella Thorne. She shared some topless photos of herself on Twitter over the weekend to stop a hacker from doing it. Basically her Twitter account with hacked. All these uncharacteristic tweet some of them with racist language were posted to her account. She's got six point six million followers, you know. And if you're following all of a sudden, you see this, this tweet. And you're thinking it's her that could really hurt you for sure. And for a lot of money. Eight. Following her anymore, right? That's the profile picture was also changed to that of a man. Those tweets has since been deleted in a picture her picture returned, but she said for the last twenty four hours. I've been threatened with my own nudes. She took screen shots of text messages with the alleged hacker. He was basically threatening her via text and showing her pictures of other celebrities that he had. And she said, you know, I feel gross I feel, what I feel someone has taken something from me that I only wanted one special person to see. And she also believes that the person who hacked, her is a juvenile who made a poor choice. So she's while she's angry. She's trying to be understanding. She said, I don't want this some seventeen year olds whole life to be ruined because he wasn't thinking straight and was being dummy. Yeah, that's thoughtful of her. And she said, I can sleep better tonight, knowing I took my power back. You can't control my life, and you never will keep in mind that guy who remember Jennifer Lawrence was hacked among hundreds of others. He got sentenced to prison last August. For eight months. So good on her for doing that. That's very

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Notre Dame Cathedral, Notre Dame And French National Monument discussed on Pacifica Evening News

Pacifica Evening News

01:20 min | 2 years ago

Notre Dame Cathedral, Notre Dame And French National Monument discussed on Pacifica Evening News

"According to church and business officials the billionaire French donors who publicly proclaimed, they would give hundreds of millions of dollars to rebuild. Notre Dame have not yet paid a penny toward the restoration of the French national monument. Instead, it's mainly American and French individuals that are behind the first donations paying the bills and salaries for up to one hundred fifty workers employed by the cathedral, since the April fifteenth fire that devastated its roofing caused, as masterpiece fire to collapse. A small mass will be held at the cathedral, tomorrow evening. The first since the fire Elena CASAs reports from Paris from the firemen. Notre Dame cathedral remains very dangerous. Compulsive Vold could still so Thorne. She say suffered as mass will be held in a side chapel, and it Tony safe for a couple of dozen people to enter June. Fifteen Fanta vestry. The cathedral's consecrate. Action, which was hoping to invite the public to Vespas service in the square outside. But the risk lead condition means that still safe only about ten percent. If the rush of donations promise off the fire have actually being received according to the church Bishop says he hopes more will be given the restoration

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The twisted story of how we wound up with two 'Captain Marvel' movies (and why one of them is called 'Shazam!')

Trailer Junkies Podcast

08:06 min | 2 years ago

The twisted story of how we wound up with two 'Captain Marvel' movies (and why one of them is called 'Shazam!')

"Get into it. What's the good week? We watched a lot of marvel movies this week. I watched none. Because. You know, so well, we're going to watch the word tomorrow night. And I know last week we were talking about getting the hulk, but we got thorn instead. And the only thing I can think is a lot of people are taken the T J P marvel challenge. Thanks, everybody. Yeah. And the hulk just was not available through Netflix. So they sent me the next one in the queue which was Thor. So hey, man, we're going to watch that tomorrow night. So that's how you're gonna watch it. You're just gonna watch it watch it as they come watch it as they come in. It's like could do it's all I can do. So I'm not going to send it back. How about you? What did you watch this week? So this week we watched Thor we watch captain America the first evanger. And then last night we watched the avengers the first one. Okay, cool. But that's not in order, though, is how they came out. I think it is is it. Okay. I think the only one we've watched out of order is iron man to but and made me print out an inst- and info graphic. So I have an info graphic at my office because I did not bring it home today. But we will. Be following the graphic for the rest of the way. Nice. Yeah. A few people at work. They listen. And they're like we're going to do the marvel challenges. Well, you know, all into it too. I'm like, oh, cool. You know? I'm like, yeah. Maybe you're the reason I can't get the hulk. Hey, how about we get into beer, and then we can talk about a few other things. There we go before we get rock, and you wanna go first I will go first because I have a beer that I picked this week for you. Oh for me. It's a beer I picked for you. Although I'm going to be drinking it. Oh, well, hey, I appreciate the I'll show it to you. And we'll put it on the website Thorne Thorne brewing, Thorne Thorne brewing. But look at the little logo seven percent. Little logos. Little raccoon on. He's writing a penny. Farthing? I love it. A penny. Farthing like, I don't know. That's your nerd. We we we listened to the show. You know, I make my family listen and the whole time my daughter is calling us nerds. So I just thought I'd share that. So wait, did you not know that was called a penny? Farthing I say, it's an old timey bicycle. That's what it is. It will you know, some people call them a high wheelers. But there you go. Yeah. They're known as penny. Farthing penny farthing. Yeah. So I love the label on this. I don't know where the name comes from. So I'm not that much of a nerd, I just know the name so. So I love the I love the can. And I was like ooh the essential IPA series. And I love the idea of them having this this iconic brand of this raccoon on a bicycle and then they have like this whole line of different various beers. They're a company out of San Diego, but this essential IPA series. It's like they have this. I think it's like Argyle, and you know, their their logo their mascot. Yeah. Yeah. And it says if you wanna see the name of the beer, it's stamped on the bottom. So they put a lot of different beers in. This can I'm like, ooh, that's good. That's like efficient. And and it still has the this beer is the IP far far away. See what they're actually saying. If you wanted to the of the beer you have to drink all the bottom. See the name right here. I'll get I'll get it going. What we talk about it. Okay. Yeah. Oh, that was a messy one. I I saw. saw it splashed all over your computer. Always. So is this a handy market a special? Yes. So handy market was was thrown off a little this week. Dude. I gotta get the handy market handy market is the best. You know what I got it? I got it you when I go to your town. You take me rounded, like the clothing store, the store all the place. We talk about it's like a tour of a tour dates head TJP tour of LA. Yeah. And when you come here, I'll it'll be LaTour. Jim. Let's take your onto the places. I go very go to it'd be perfect. So this is a galaxy and Simcoe. Is that sense? I am I saying that right? Simcoe hop Simcoe. Galaxy hop. I don't I I've never used a galaxy hop. There you go. This is the first. So let's say, oh, I see you have the Stella glass, I this Stella. And look, it's it's filtered. It's a non hazy hazy. So yea good job thorn brewing. Let's not fall into that trope of hazy as well. Here's the funny thing, though, is like I don't really understand how Hazies work because I don't filter, but my beers are clean because gravity just takes care of business. Right. So I'm not really sure how hazy is Hayes. I I haven't really gone down that path yet like how they do that suspension. Exactly. Yeah. Because at some point gravity drops everything to the bottom. Oh, this is really good. This is. So it's it says it's an Australian varietal of galaxy hop. So I guess it's the that's galaxy. Okay. And it has additional citrus. Pine and dank overtones from the Simcoe. Oh dank. Yeah. The Simcoe strain. So it has that piney thing that I think you like that that American cone kind of figure a mountain it has that those that west coast IPA. Exactly, exactly. Yeah. The Sierra Nevada type PA. All right. So while you're doing that. I have no idea what's in my hand. So I've Scott, wait a minute. What is? Okay. This is total accident. I know it might sound. So if you can see the can I love it. I know I know this company tell tell me the company because I modern times beer. Yes. Modern times has the best cans. Yeah. It looks like it's out of New Mexico state flag or something. Right. Yeah. So honestly, this is this is no bull. I just this is complete honesty. I didn't know what I bought because I looked at the can I just happened to turn in noticed the government warning label, and I'll show you if you could see the government warning label is wait, but there's a little bit of gold below it. Well, the name of the beer roles rate out of the government warning label. So it's like intertwined in the government learning label, you gotta take a good picture that put it up on our website. Yeah. I will. And so when you look at the government warning label like who reads it right, right? And the and the name of the beer, the style of beer, whatever is writing. A government warning label, and it's so funny because I'm in the liquor store, and I'm looking around like tech is kind of beer is this. Well, anyway, and like I I know it sounds like a stick. But this is the the God's honest truth. Like, I just accidentally just saw just now a Berliner style. Oh waste ale. So it's a wheat beer. Yeah. Man wish my glasses on with raspberries, blackberries and black raspberries added. Oh, my God is going to be a wine cooler. All right here, we go. Let's see what this is. Well, Berliner beer. I don't even know. I've had they're kind of like lager ales in a sense.

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Wisconsin, Castro and London discussed on Today

Today

01:48 min | 3 years ago

Wisconsin, Castro and London discussed on Today

"The first generations around the city with the podcast series called radical diaspora getting yes and analyzes the groundbreaking innovators with the author of rebel talent and john cass wants to be known he isn't a fan of taste of chicago look them up wgn plus a night scenes and google play before the allstar break it's time to rake the cubs close out the series in sorry fix that phones are they were breaking cubs close out the series in san diego sunday at two thirty on wgn tv texter says it's a thorn in your side they didn't say idiot but i'm reading between the lines 'cause how do you correct me roger of course it's a thorn in your side was going with the birth theme thorne the didn't come into the picture i guess i was trying to straighten that out all right where is amelia earhart have we found anymore putty chris who does the searching for erhard podcast will jump on the phone with us right after we check the news it is to thirty two in the morning let's get the headlines roger chain of gas stations owned by the family of vice president mike pence close in two thousand four but more than eightyfive those sites still pose environmental dangers like leaking storage tanks more than twenty million dollars have been spent by illinois indiana and kentucky to clean up the pollution hundreds of people swarmed the streets of glasgow scotland to protest president trump's visit to the uk in central london yesterday there were tens of thousands protesters absentee voting for wisconsin's august fourteenth primary has begun but the process for castro ballot early varies across the state wisconsin elections commission says voters should contact their local municipal clerk's office to see what days and hours they're open and voters can make appointments for offices that don't keep regular hours we'll check sports traffic and.

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Bella Thorne Blindsided by Reports That 'Famous in Love' Is Ending: 'Very Hurtful'

Z Morning Zoo

02:36 min | 3 years ago

Bella Thorne Blindsided by Reports That 'Famous in Love' Is Ending: 'Very Hurtful'

"The magic men live show is coming and we have tickets up for grabs after morning zoo presents celebrity dirt ms something up she did an interview with the new york times and she should probably get down in kiss their feet because they made her look really good but instead she repaid them by bagging on a comfy accompanying photo shoot you know they always shoot that goes with the interviewer yeah well after the interview lindsay's assistant told them you know cut back the next day for pictures they came back and they were told when they arrive we can give you exclusive photos but she only does paid photo shoots so if you want that discussion with her you can maybe she'll consider it at the time was a new york times is like we don't pay take voters interview subjects that was the end of that yeah they made her look really good there they talked about her club that she has doing successful well and you know talked about her life and how much better she's jay and she just totally dropped the ball on that job lindsey so bella thorne was just scrolling on twitter one morning and then saw this tweet that said free form shell famous and love canceled after two seasons she was like why she stars in that show she responded yeah she responded by re tweeting that tweet and saying if this is how i find out that our show is cancelled i'm going to be so upset i would have liked a phone call waking up one day and you see your show is cancelled yeah he had twitter nobody told you know fancy body imagine if you were going to work one day maybe if you were going to work let's say you work at like a tire store at a tire store tweeted out by the way jeff johnson will no longer be working here and they never even called you or if you're on your way to work on morning in like our show primer runs and it goes shaggy and ashley's mortgage you've dreamed of that but three boerum said you know this is not confirmed all the decision yet just trying to cover their messed up well we didn't stay for sure it's canceled but you might wanna update that resume just in case yeah exactly coming up in the next year what if you walk into a club jack was your dj drinks on his tap it could happen to me men live tickets coming up in three minutes.

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Didi Conn discusses how she got the role of Frenchy in Grease

Scummy Mummies

01:56 min | 3 years ago

Didi Conn discusses how she got the role of Frenchy in Grease

"The filming to how did you get the pot of frenchie did you do you like addition for other roles did you know you going to be frenchie i didn't know i got a call from my agent to go to paramount to pick up my script and the audition would be the next day and that i was to come looking like the role and i didn't know very much about it so i went to para my had you did you come knockin onion chris bury with the very small dogo great i know so i go there and at paramount is what that time it was a little bit difference they still have a gate and they still have a guard in a booth so you go in and you drive up and you say your name and they had you script while he handed me a number of both skinny little flow so i opened it and it only had one page any think what's the men are rat speech you know i know what this come you know you you can't just say a line at grenada remember it still men a rats can you remember bieber on rice and that the fleas on rats worse than that they're a believe is awfully rat rats the only man you can trust is a daddy i say give you the paul well a but i you know you gotta know the context so i happened to notice on this guards little desk that he has fat evola pts to and i asked him do you know if any of these have the whole script and sure enough you opened one he said cisco go pull your car over there and i came in and went under his desk and read the script and it was good because i found out a lot of she was aspiring beautician and you know also found out the result was a big apart but but no no they janos lags hickey upset by no i was i was married it was a girl my motto is if you're gonna be bad but it'd be good these shirts mommy this is ten life lessons as the scummy scummy mummy mummy anyway i and randal kleiser told me that as soon as i open my mouth ahead the roll but they didn't tell me that then i just i'm fact i never even read the lines i think i just talked to them and then came back for dancing audition and then they got several groups of of of pink ladies and tbirds together and just kept narrowing it down until it was the group you see can you remember the first moment you

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"thorne" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"thorne" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"He's had relationships with this girl that relationship right been there he slept with girls in the past so up is also like it's a little hard it's like how serious take that relationship or i think we're ready guys okay we're gonna call dylan and dylan he is in northern california and he is twentyfive dylan it's it's going i'm sorry we're like your listeners i'm sorry about we're having problems with our skype connection so hopefully you can hear dylan dylan say hi to ana is everything clear with mystic yes still in high on affairs how are you good i'm here with bella thorne in her beautiful sister danny embellish beautiful as well and sim very very strapping ramping well kind of wayne to get a little a little talk to you are it's doing tell us about your best friend's boyfriend so basically what's going on is having some trouble with what am i close friends boyfriends just give me some background this is a friend of mine who i've i've known her literally since middle school we've been friends for like a decade in through it together she said she wants to be our best man on so we're super tight and then about a year and a half ago she started dating this guy and pretty quickly became like inseparable to the point that you know hanging out with her became like synonymous hanging out with him and and you know she just invited him everywhere without telling me and you know i kinda just like brushed it off and it was like you know at this isn't a big deal she makes her happy and i get along with him just finds like pretty fair price to pay for getting two years.

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