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"The third story starts like the first one did, a master goes on a long trip, and before he left, he calls his servants and gives them some money to take care of for him. He gives one of them 5 bags of silver and another got two bags of silver, a third servant got one bag of silver, this division was based upon the abilities of the servants. Now, after a long while, the master returns, and he demands an accounting of how the money had been used. The servant who received 5 bags of silvered presented 5 more bags of silver total of ten. The master was pleased. Well done, he said, my good and faithful servant. You've been faithful in handling the small amount, now I will give you many more responsibilities. Let's celebrate together. The same happened for the servant, who received two bags of silver. He earned an additional two bags, the master was pleased with that servant as well.
Lee Strobel: Confirming When We Die, We Live On
"On the roof of the hospital and the third story landing there's a man's tennis shoe And it's left footed It's dark blue There's some wear over the little toe and the shoelace just tucked under the heel So they go up to the roof of the hospital Sure enough just as she had described it was there That's the kind of corroboration where people see things and hear things that they could not have seen and heard if they didn't have an authentic out of body experience that way In fact 21 blind people were studied half of them blind since birth some people had never even seen a shadow in their life And yet during that time that their spirit was separated from their body they were able to see for the first time they saw people they saw plants they saw birds and so forth And we're able to later describe it And then when they were ultimately revived their eyesight disappeared again That's the kind of collaboration that tells me that there is something that confirms that when we do die we actually live on Now we can't say for how long from the near death experiences but it confirms what scripture tells us about the sole separating from the body
China Is Flexing Their International Reach
"Now. Now I want to go to China admiral. There are three stories. One from the foundation of defense and democracy on the Confucius Institutes. Troublingly reported this morning. It's a brand new study over at FD D ComEd DD dot org. We ordered many of them closed. They didn't close or they shape shift of their still there. A second one, The Washington Post this morning documents link why way to China surveillance programs and a third in The New York Times massive and interesting? How Beijing influencers the influencers. Any westerner in China is being encouraged to do YouTube channels and supported by the state provided they put the right kind of stuff up on their YouTube channel. China is omnivorous on social media admiral. They are, and they're very capable and it's part of their approach. They are going to internationally push this belt road initiative and trying to connect with as many countries are willing to accept economic support from them. Within China, they have constructed the ultimate interagency, if you will, all the elements of government are fully integrated and work together. And perhaps most concerningly for us, here's your point, they are highly highly capable at what could be called broadly strategic communication, meaning how they depict the state, how they depicted internally and externally, how they harness social networks, how they controlled massive amounts of data. All of those things are tools that authoritarian states have always had, but now they're enhanced by the power of cyber and the social network. So there should be nothing surprising in any of those three stories to those who have been watching China.
Lee Strobel Previews His New Book 'The Case for Heaven'
"I found there are 900 scholarly articles published in scientific and medical journals over the last 40 years on near death experience This is a very well scientifically studied phenomena And so what I looked at is corroboration How do I know people say oh I died I went to heaven I can't corroborate that Who knows People lie about that stuff But there are things you can corroborate to show that indeed just as the Bible describes at the time of death our soul our spirit separates from our physical body I'll give you a quick example The woman named Maria dies of a heart attack in the hospital She's dead She's clinically dead And yes she says later I was conscious the whole time She said I watched the resuscitation efforts from the ceiling of the emergency room I'm looking down and watching it And then she said her spirits floated out of the hospital And then when she was later brought back to life she was later revived She said by the way on the roof of the hospital and the third story landing there's a man's tennis shoe and it's left footed It's dark blue There's some wear over the little toe and the shoelace just tucked under the heel So they go off to the roof of the hospital Sure enough just as she had described it was there That's the kind of corroboration where people see things and hear things that they could not have seen and heard if they didn't have an authentic out of body experience that way In fact 21 blind people were studied half of them blind since birth some people had never even seen a shadow in their life and yet during that time that their spirit was separated from their body They were able to see for the first time They saw people they saw plants They saw birds and so forth And we're able to describe them And then when they were ultimately revived their eyesight disappeared again That's the kind of collaboration that tells me that there is something that confirms that when we do die we actually live on Now we can't say for how long from the near death experiences But it confirms what scripture tells us about the soul separating from the body
Ethanol Plant Causes Severe Pesticide Contamination in Nebraska
"In one small nebraska town residents are living alongside unprecedented pesticide contamination. All stemming from a local ethanol plant the plant wants made headlines for its unorthodox way of making the additive but now researchers are investigating possible side effects including be die-offs sick pets and health concerns christina stella of nebraska public media reports most of the gas we pump into our cars is now blended with ethanol and alcohol usually made from corn but the six hundred person village of mead nebraska is home to a plant like no other the alternate ethanol company instead used surplus crop seeds but many were also coated with pesticides that contaminated the company's main byproduct accord corn sludge called wet cake resident. Charlie mcevoy says their problems started with a stench with think smells like a combination of dead rats and writing green years later. Emily loftus lives by eighty four thousand tonnes of rotting toxic byproducts and enough waste water to fill more than two hundred and sixty olympic size swimming pools. We bought this house. We thought it was going to be a great house for kids and now the question is did we harm them and this process. Is it safe. When they're out bouncing on the trampoline we don't know nebraska closed the plant in february after years of environmental violations days later. The company accidentally spilled four million more gallons. Eleanor rogan at the university of nebraska. Medical center says that's created a rare extreme case of pesticide pollution. If you just trying to imagine eighty four thousand tonnes of something. I mean we're talking about. Rows and rows of three story told hills of contaminated stuff stuff. Rogan is overseeing a team of public health and environmental researchers investigating poison. Pets be die-offs an unexplained health issues state sampling found around a dozen pesticides in all tens waste some at hundreds to thousand times higher than safety
Youtuber Shoe On Head's Claim of 7-Year-Old Selling Lemonade for Brain Surgery Bogus
"I guess there was some demonstration in new york city about health gap. And you know at anti a radio one of the signs patients not prophets right because it's a charity right. Health health can be run as a charity and she is holding in her post on instagram. A placard taken from and newspaper and it's a headline so i stopped to read it. I want to talk about it. Why because it's a beautiful case study of useful idiocy and propaganda headline that she photocopied. Oh somebody gave to her on the on the placard girl seven cells limousine to pay for brain surgery. Wow shocking right. A girl seven years old cells lemonade and the lemonade stand to pay for her brain surgery. How outrageous and underneath she scribbled or somebody skill on the plant gone on the headline. This underlying should never underline happened in the richest on the line country on earth on the line. I wonder why she underlined earth. You creationist. i don't think so. This should never happen in the richest country on your i. Did i agree with you. Shoot if i may. I agree with you. Seven-year-old girl shouldn't have to sell lemonade for her brain surgery. The trouble is issue. It never happened. Yeah because i was so incensed by the story thinking yeah. I'm an american. This is wrong. You know what i did. I was actually driving home from waiting. I mentioned earlier. My wife was driving. So i i was in the passenger seat and i use this thing called the interwebs yes. I'm older than you. But i do know how to do this. Which is surprising. Because you're on youtube. Your bidding younger than me so i thought maybe you had done this yourself and the third the third story i looked at when i put in seven year old girl brain surgery. Lemonade ended. I wasn't complicated. The third story i looked at was from web. Md and it was a lengthy story from this. You know serious website on medical issues that broke down who it was what was wrong with her which hospital where she was at and eliminate story. And what did. I find in paragraph seven or eight which i sent to shoe. Just you know being decent citizen. Her parents insurance cover the costs of the brain surgery. She sold some lemonade to do one. Pay for ancillary things to have frames. Be able to fly to her clinic. It's an otter complete gas lighting. Lie it is the worst propaganda using the sickness of. Hfs for your political ends. Shame on us shoe
Lead Your Story Founder Hasani X On How To Start Telling Your Story
"If you want to get started storytelling to be more effective in connecting with people to be more effective as a leader a business owner and building brand or culture. It's gonna come down to a few key things. I understand that there are typically three stories that you'd want to master having your built right something that you can pull out of me. Given one. is your customer story. The customer stories most important story. It's a story that helps an audience right the person you're telling your story to to feel like they can transform your life through what you have to offer and by that definition everybody's a storyteller. We all have customers. Who we need to customize our communication with in order to what to connect so they better believe buying and engage. Because if we don't tell things or share things that are customized to our customer will lose them. A second story is your founder story about how great you are as a founder. Now great you are in terms of your skillset. Nobody cares what you can do what they do care about is why you do what you do found. A story puts on a pedestal wire so connected to wanted to see other people succeed. So you're found a story. Last story is your mission story is what you stand for. It's the flag you've planted on top of a mountain or the one you're fighting four in the world. It's your values is the thing that says this is who we are. This is what we stand for this. What we believe. In in this day and age the mission stories coming even more important because people are choosing to connect with in terms of the products. They buy or places. They work with organizations and leaders. Who stang for something. So you ever customer story. You're founder story and your mission story. That's where you start.
Tips On Getting Started Telling Your Story
"Well if you want to get started storytelling to be more effective in connecting with people to be more effective as a leader a business owner and building brand or culture. It's gonna come down to a few key things. I understand that there are typically three stories that you'd want to master having your built right something that you can pull out of me. Given one. is your customer story. The customer stories most important story. It's a story that helps an audience right the person you're telling your story to to feel like they can transform your life through what you have to offer and by that definition everybody's a storyteller. We all have customers. Who we need to customize our communication with in order to what to connect so they better believe buying and engage. Because if we don't tell things or share things that are customized to our customer will lose them. A second story is your founder story about how great you are as found or now great you are in terms of your skillset. Nobody cares what you can do. What they do care about is why you do what you do. You found a story puts on a pedestal wire so connected to wanted to see other people succeed. Since you're found a story last story is your mission story is what you stand for. It's the flag you've planted on top of a mountain or the one you're fighting four in the world. It's your values is the thing that says this is who we are. This is what we stand for this. What we believe. In in this day and age the mission stories coming even more important because people are choosing to connect with in terms of the products. They buy or places. They work with organizations and leaders. Who stang for something. So you ever customer story. You're founder story and your mission story.
"three different stories" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?
"I don't think we talked about this on the podcast yet. But you know a lot of developers were saying that that it was made basically no crunch. It was just you know they were there. They crank this out and forty hour weeks and it just sort of speaks do good scheduling good production just sort of like enough adequate adequate staffing and then you can turn out a fuck in you know triple a. Plus game and not have everyone have to work arduous life ruining hours. So that's that's to its credit. As far as what. I'm playing the reason i haven't got ratchet and clank yet is because i'm still playing through mass effect legendary edition. Incredible package to is such a huge step. Someone's new series from massive act. One and i was told this in advance. I knew this going in but just actually playing like holy shit. This is like a staggering improvement from like a like. Oh this is a cool scifi world with some some jank two. Oh wow this is a fucking amazing game that i understand why this is on a lot of people's best of all time lists the game play is so much better. The dialogue and story are all are like you know at the same level may be slightly improved. The characters are better realized. The party management system is a lot better And they did. They did a refinement to gameplay which is interesting which is they added an ammo system Which the first one didn't have the first one. Just the all your guns had unlimited ammo and they would overheat if you fire them for too long again. It just had to south police when you going to reload here. They actually added ammo but they tried to justify it. So it's like you don't actually have. They made it. There's an innovation now. So that you gun still. We have a limited capacity but you need to get like cartridges to cool them down. It's like a very like kind of convoluted explanation to how to to try to reconcile the overheating system. I one with just like a war. Tradit- llamas minutes one. But i they who fucking cares. It's just like it just plays better. Yeah it's it's it's it's super duper fun but also just mostly the story characters just so so engrossing in dhaka. You're playing kingdom arts still. You're just drenched in kingdom hearts. Yes so i. I finished kingdom hearts to and that's where that's where i left off in by in my journey and i i hadn't played it probably since i was a teenager and it holds up so so great it looks great on the on the two point. Five final mix remastering it looks. I mean it looks like a great. I don't know 'cause it's art stylized too so it it aged well and i. I've said it that it's like maybe my favorite game of all time in playing through it again. This time i was like yeah absolutely still wanted the latest games. I've ever played period. It's just so so fun i am. I started Birth by sleep. Which i am enjoying but i mean it's no it's no kingdom hearts to yet. It's still early but you get to play three different protagonists and so you get you get three different stories. I'm very very excited to do that. You get tara who seems cool. Venice who is rocks. I come to understand that. i didn't know how. or why. but we're going to find that out. And aqua who seems really cool as well and leonard nimoy is in there as or which is just a very cool. I love it. 'cause like they got. They got leonard nimoy they got mark. Hamill is in the game as well and christopher lee is is answering the wise but like so getting these like incredible actors and voice actors to say the most ridiculous things anyone has ever said before right so funny to me is so crazy. 'cause like these like they're not short low sentences to like they'll go on and on and on like zadar we'll just give you like minutes and minutes of lor like back to back to back and leonard nimoy probably just looked at it and it was like yeah i can say this is the most ridiculous things. It's so so funny. And like i mean hats off to but also like whoever had to be like okay so this is sort of the vibe. Like had to explain like give them context is what a what a job that must've been. I would imagine. A certain point is an actor who just worked so much over the years. Especially if you've worked in scifi and fantasy is those actors have and yeah you know comic book properties when abby were so much stuff is so stupid and then also just has so much lower behind it you probably just like whatever fucking say that who gives a shit it really it's just astounding though because he'd like sub acute as someone who's now played through a bunch of these doesn't make sense to him right like it's just it's so i love it but i but the game plays good. Their battle system is a little different. But it's exciting because you can pair. You can combine move sets with other characters to create new moves and that i'm enjoying that element quite a bit. Will there you go and hey we just talked about a couple of games from the past. Maybe that means it's time to dig into a little bit of retro gaming their friend heather anne.
"three different stories" Discussed on Greek Gods and Human Mythtakes
"Kids kill the kids. They're going to go hunting And they're gonna go out there and when they least expect it they're going to shoot them and kill them but bro sidon finds out and for the first time ever. It's kind of weird intervenes. For his children. I kind of wondered. Wanna know how he knows where they are. Because like i mean. He's got so many of them. So many of them is god. So many dustin. Yeah god all right so he intervenes and he saves them and then the two twins. They're like no now. We're gonna we're gonna kill you now because we know what's and we're just way better than you had. Every kind of demigods now we now and then they go and they happily ever after good. I found that story very intriguing. Because i did not read the story and i knew exactly what was going to happen. Because there's something we've got to get off our chest here. The ancient greeks like those shepherds are a little suspicious about a suspicious. Cody cody green saf. Because i'm just saying like you know it's one thing to find a way. I forgot to tell you the so. When she gave birth to the twins they were in the woods and this cow came by and looked him clean and gave the milk to survive and then the shepherds on them convenient. That cow is where we get holy cow. I don't believe it's not not. But i was hoping it might be though. No it's a holy. God did not fascinated continue in the first version. She ends up living happily or they all live happily ever after with the guy that her father shamelessly sold her to until and it doesn't really by this until they got into a ranch spat with his wife the man who bought her and her children they killed her. I don't know what she said what she did but it was bad enough to make them just go and then run. I know but then last version though poseidon actually this is this is where things get really weird. Since he saved his kids and stuff poseidon restores her sight so she's no longer blind and marries. Her boys feeling awfully generous. And it's not beside. And i think someone's impersonating him. Zeus playing a prank call. I'm going to rail poseidon wife and now you're married jokes on you. Well that's me. Do like you know what i didn't do. It did it. No he didn't so that is how he olien has three different stories. Those are old crazy one of them. The funny part is one of them. Even as they explained his lineage was the son or the grandson of the previous one. That i talked about you. And they're now that's the same guy. How many earliest. You say i mean. How many always you know. And then like i mean. I'm a little suspicious. Because they couldn't probably draw out. Because i mean greeks and stuff. Who's got the time exactly. Don't worry about it okay. Just there were more concerned with that problem. That never gets resolved with babies getting left in the woods and shepherd selling them conveniently knowing exactly where they're going to be yeah. I haven't been this suspicious intervention bro..
"three different stories" Discussed on WJR 760
"Guys. Thanks for taking my call. I just had a question about my A C and furnace. I'm going to be replacing it here, and I've had three different quotes. And I've gotten kind of three different stories about the the units. One person is telling me that they're quoting a two stage unit. The other person said that I should have a five stage unit and the other thing said they have a modulating system that has 65. And this is the first time I've ever replaced an A C unit. I just wanted to find out what I should be kind of looking for. Get a window unit. Open the windows. Yeah, boy. We do like The multistage modulating units or in one that can give you variable speed and operation we really do. As to you know, do you need you know two stages or do you need five variable settings or 65? I really don't believe you do in 99.9% of the applications. You're going to have an installation like this done. Uh, to me if it's properly designed and installed that includes the duct layout and and install as well. Generally two speeds to operating speeds is going to be enough for any household out there. Uh, okay. Other things you can do. Obviously, you know, good insulation in the house in our article this this week we talk about It's better for an air conditioner to run for two straight hours than it is to cycle four times in three hours. You know, because you're counting on dehumidifier, cation and longer run times provide better dehumidifier cation. Um, if you can ramp down, so you're still running and providing dehumidifier cation, But you're doing it at a lower volume, Lower velocity. That's a great thing for comfort and efficiency. Okay?.
The Media Machine's Blown The Three Biggest Stories of Our Time
"So the media machines blown the three biggest scandals of our time and by blown it, I mean, totally completely screwed it up to the point where not only they tried to hide the stories. Okay with you. Three stories already Second, but anyone who dared bring those stories up was widely mocked and attacked by the media themselves. Now this is important. Ladies and gentlemen, because when you're measuring if there was a depravity scale, I don't think there is a depravity scale. But if there wasn't the property scalp, and let's say that the property scale was from 0 to 100 0 being Europe, you are a pure as the driven snow. Not depraved it all and 100 like peace depravity. There's a big difference on the depravity scale between misfeasance malfeasance. So what the media is doing his malfeasance. Well, what's the difference? Well, Mr Reasons just like you know, you're walking down the sidewalk. You're in a crowded street, Manhattan. Whatever. I was in New York City, kid, and some, you know, senior citizen in front of you Falls. Oh, my gosh, That's terrible. And you do nothing. You just keep walking and you know doing it. That's bad. Right? Coming. All the great bad chips up and my bed, Right. Get bad. We got a bad all around three for three meatloaf two out of three and then three out of three. That's a bad thing. That's misfeasance. So you did. Nothing is a bad thing. But your lack of action created a bad circumstance you to do anything about That's not what the media did with E Spy Gate story, the Wuhan lab leak and Hunter Biden, which I'm going to update you on this hour, and I'm gonna help the media out because they're Polonius buffoonery is growing to the umpteenth degree.
Israeli-Palestinian Violence Continues
"An israeli air raid in gaza city. Early saturday killed at least ten palestinians including mostly children. It's the deadliest single strike since violence between israel and hamas militants sparks earlier. This week the strike hit a three story house in a refugee camp killing eight children and two women from extended family. They were celebrating aid. El fitr children's toys and monopoly board game were seen with the rubble and pleats of uneaten food. From the holiday gathering a neighbor said there was no warning before the attack there were also palestinian protests friday in the occupied west bank where israeli forces shot and killed eleven people in gaza. At least one hundred twenty six people have been killed including thirty one children and in israel seven people have been killed including a child but latest violence began in jerusalem when israeli police used heavy handed tactics at an important holy site. As israel continued to threaten the forced removal of dozens of palestinians from their homes hamas militants have fired rockets into israel. This week and israel has continued with airstrikes. Egypt keeps leading truce negotiations but israel turned down a proposal for a one year. Truce that hamas leaders had accepted along with the violence living conditions in gaza or dire. The palestinian territories infrastructure has struggled for years. Since and it's rayleigh egyptian blockade was imposed after hamas took power in two thousand seven. Currently the only power plant in gaza is at risk of running out of fuel in the next few days and the un says gazans or seeing daily power cuts of eight to twelve
"three different stories" Discussed on Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, and Learning Sciences
"In the upcoming two weeks abbey start us off by talking about are four trends and sharing are recommended readings. Thank you tim. Yes well as always. We've looked at all the articles that we flipped into our flipboard magazine over the past two weeks and the articles are it's not a very scientific approach because they're basically articles that are of interest to us. We think that they will be of interest to others in our field and what we discovered as always. We came up with four trending topics number. One is a common topic for. it's not. It's not a shock but it was a big one this past two weeks because there was a lot of reveals and announcements hardware and software amazon announced its new line of fire tablets for older kids which is an interesting a new product that they're putting out because as most people know the fire tablets for the kids are kid friendly but they're also sort of kid designed so that they look very very attractive too much younger kids. These are for older children who are There are a little sleeker designed their little more sophisticated looking there little less bumper car bumper. Every i think you may quote i love was gonna say you're going to see that headline somewhere. Don't most kids tablets. There may to sort of you know bumper at for good reason now There is also the the announcement of the new galaxy book pro and galaxy book pro three sixty which were well reviewed Increased popularity in cloud services at universities. This should really come as a surprise to anyone but it is important to note that the number of universities that are making the switch to cloud services there are news zoom features Some of which are really fun. There's one where you can put everybody participating in the meeting in the same backdrop which it's again just something interesting and fun to promote a group Sally it's there's a new google design and the big one from the past. Two weeks was apple's product announcements at introduced its product line for the upcoming year and so we saw a lot of apple related news and i think we flipped three different stories. That were just related to the apple. Release last year. However our recommended reading in this area is this powerful lesser known tech tools for teachers by michelle eden for edutopia. This is a interesting article. Tim you and i were talking about this before. We started recording that we weren't familiar with many of the products that were being listed by By michelle eden and again. I apologize if i'm mispronouncing anybody's name Any of our authors names but these were a really interesting list of lesser known tools. Just exactly what she says back but they they make some great ideas for adding to wants toolkit. Our second trend of the past two weeks is remote teaching and learning with emphasis on pandemic related. That's so that it pretty much..
Chicago woman, 73, dead after Bronzeville fire
"Died in a second South side fire overnight, this one in Chicago's Bronzeville neighborhood, fire officials said. Officers responded to a call for a fire at 11:27 P.m. in a three story building in the 4900 block of South Incense Avenue. A 73 year old woman was pronounced dead at that scene.
"three different stories" Discussed on The Naturist Living Show
"So all of these pool stories have one thing in common which is public outrage public outrage though from a and it's very unfortunate because a few very loud very pushy people You know who don't have to participate and who are not affected because the people who go to the swims are all willing. Participants and of course is false narrative that somehow it's going to attract pedophile. Which of course that makes no sense if you really think about it. Because why would he go to place with lots of people watching them and keeping things in control. So it's kinda crazy but it happens and it happens over and over and over again and the problem when we read facilities is. It's hard for the people who run them. The owners the politicians to differentiate between What's going to be a big problem. And what is not if it seems really loud and it's a little scary. Well what do they have to lose by saying no just a small rental in most cases so we have to be very firm. We have to convince them. We have to tell the stories. We have to share and we have to appeal to their sense of fairness because the city's do Support other people with special interest. I mean how many of you have a park near you. That has a tennis court. I don't play tennis tennis cyanide. I know that I don't know if the majority of population doesn't play tennis but it's not a large proportion. I don't think plays tennis but it's good for people would like to play test. There are tennis courts and so similarly for nature stay should be time for nature swims and in europe. It's not at all uncommon in most of the major western europe countries. That you have nature swims and as you heard in the uk renting water parks even so hopefully that is inspiration These three different stories for people out there who don't have to go to the areas and maybe they can start. Maybe you can. Maybe you can get something going in your area or get involved with a group that help them..
"three different stories" Discussed on The Headcast Network
"I think i will give this one. I wanted to go three and a half on this one a uic. There's not a bad one just little on a yes. So we got some respectable numbers for this. Well you know what. I would add that. The fact i think is gi. Joe is you know batting a thousand at this point. It's run that even a a an average two pretty decent cover is still pretty pretty impressive. It's it's not like they just kind of reforming it in. I don't think we've seen a two or anything close to now. I don't think we might ever see joe. Joe is rock n roll. It wasn't they and while we've been talking. I've been using something called google. Actually mike's amazing world to look up and see dancer. Your question earlier brad Looks like he did do the interior art on. Gigo yearbook number two. Yes yes now. I remember that which is an excellent excellent. Excellent issue is an excellent story and looks like that's the only issue he actually did the interior of what i can tell. Yes he did do one. So let's go and get some thoughts on the actual issue. Gi joe itself talk about now your kids and cats and horses and everything else. Let's go and go to reverse where this time barack you have thoughts on this issue. I have many thoughts on this issue. I'm i am. I am gonna share them right now. This issue is probably one of my favorites. One thousand nine hundred run. Even though it probably doesn't rank anywhere near the top of my all time. Favorite joe stories. I enjoy the action in this I enjoy the pacing. I really like the. That's that one. Two three rhythm of from the the battle around the atoll to the battle on the jane to the stuff on the staten island. Ferry of the three storylines there. I really enjoy the staten island. Ferry part the most in part. Because i've written that ferry many times and if you're ever looking for something fun and free to do in new york city when new. York city reopens The staten island ferry is actually one of those things that i do. Highly recommend you can ride it across the The harbor and back for the price of a subway fare You get some really nice views. As the statue of liberty and ellis island and governor's island. And i will cop to the fact that every time. I wrote the staten island ferry. I always flash back to issue thirty six. at least what's although. I have not ever tried the hot dogs that are served on the ferry. I'm not that brave and there just seems to be something a little unseemly about eating a hot dog. It's like it's like gas station sushi. It's just you're asking for trouble. But i think it's what i like about. This one is because it's really just an action issue. It's a toy it's a hardware issue and that's all fine by me. Nothing every not. Everything has to be part of some big overarching mythology. That extends from this to all kinds of media like tv in particular. I like my standalone stories As opposed to realize one's and this is i think is a great standalone because it just it focuses on a theater of war which is the ocean and it just tells three different stories set in three different areas of of the ocean and i think it just has a lot of fun little twists and turns in it a particular with the atoll battle and seeing the characters kind of coming up against these these impossible odds and figuring out of them and i think that Really liked the answers question in this issue. Which is the existence of snake. Eyes is rubber mask which was raised back in thirty one where we saw snake eyes in his cabin and sierra nevada's without his mask and his face looked completely normal and everybody was all a. What's the what's the big secret houses face like that and then it kind of gets answered here as a bit of a nonstarter and in the end. It's kind of obvious that it was just a mask so it does make me wonder why snake is where it more often went off duty but in fact it. It's kind of clever. A simple thing that larry and the team through in here that gives them some mileage down. The road snake is has to be out amongst the rest of us. Civilians did not draw attention to himself. So yeah this. This is a favourite. And this is. This is a really solid issue In the rotten. As i said at the beginning not the best issue overall but i think as issues go. It's got a lot to admire very good. And the death. Pro-gay jerry that you didn't read it. I'm not quite what brad said. I like the ocean parts and the thing on the ferry like hot dogs no further questions now of course of very much. The feel of a filler issue. Know and i think that just guessing here. That's probably what was going on because you saw there was so many people. i think. Four pencils three four to inkers. It really kind of felt like let's just make this quick deadline will will do this fast issue. Everybody will get involved. We'll get that out while we're working on our bigger story. Arc com and i think that's what's happening here and yeah every once in a while. Kind of kinda quick wheel spinner overrun. Gigo chronicles with pat night. We did one of these was to issue Kind of a a reset between big story. Line so i think. I agree with brad every once in a while. Kind of a a quick one hitter is okay especially when it allows us to focus on characters that don't get a lot of focus like cutter and deep six. Even though i've never liked this version of deep six such a cold fish like he's no fun to be around up the only other final kind of bugaboo about it. That's a strong word but just something that's always bothered me. Is that the. Jane shows up several times in the comics. And never my toy shelf and that always bothered me year. Yeah. there's a lot of missed opportunities for toys I agree with both guys. Oddly enough no this yeah. This does very much. Come across as a filler issue. But that's not a bad thing. Sometimes you get these e big long arcs. Then they'll take a little little pallet cleanser a little break for either a one shot or something that is really directly affect. What's going on. What jared per share. This is probably a filler issue. Being how they're geno for four pence lurs and three inkers and partridge in a pear tree. Ed just yet comes across very much as learning a little more time to overall story..
Remembering Fukushima: 10 Years After The Devastation
"Today. Exactly. One year ago, the World Health Organization announced officially that the planet had indeed entered a pandemic. That's been our world ever since. Also today a decade ago and nine point earthquake that devastated Japan, then a tsunami consumed towns and cities along Japan's northeast coast. Half a million people were forced from their homes and estimated 20,000 people died. Within 2000 people missing still and a meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear power plant this afternoon at 2 46 the time the quake hit a moment of silence across Japan to remember the devastation marked by sirens. Homo home. They're not stupid. At the National Memorial Service. Emperor Naruhito about the importance of unity and in the northeast city of Natori. I loved it. Dove shaped balloons released into the sky a decade on tens of thousands of people who once lived near the Fukushima nuclear power plant. Still can't return home. Today we're going to revisit the port city of Ishinomaki, one of the cities hardest hit by the tsunami. I was there two months after the disaster. It's absolutely surreal here and issuing a Marquis. The destruction the wreckage just coming here For the first time. It looks like the whole thing was put into a blender. The whole city I saw where walls of water up to three stories high had smashed into the shore at top speed. Wave after wave surged inland from miles 33,000 homes were partially or totally destroyed. Walking through the splintered rubble that day, I was surrounded by demolition and construction. And very personal debris Everywhere you look there are reminders that people used to live here. Old photo albums, record collections themselves a history lesson of the last 50 years. Baby monitors clocks that stopped when the tsunami head I met Aya
Times Square, NYC Then And Now
"If you haven't been. I will make sure that you feel like you have. I hope that you enjoy this episode. You know new york city is fantastic. And i love it a matter of fact i have been there many times and i used to live there as i will tell you in this episode but i also want to tell you that it was in the late seventies and eighties entered the nineties. That new york city star to lose its attraction. It started to lose the people that came to visit and it star to be a real dumpster. People didn't want to visit new york anymore and so it was the governor's the mayor's and police commissioners started to take back new york city rebuild new york city one step at a time starting with times square in nineteen eighty eight is to murray hill in new york city. I lived in a three story. Walk up but first and second avenue on thirty first street not exactly prime real estate but safe enough. It was near the united nations and right above the entrance to the queens midtown tunnel Now you know if you are a new yorker or visited new york you know exactly where i lived then a couple of years later i found myself living in the salvation army apartment building for women. It was ideal. It served two meals a day and it was right across the street from the much coveted. Grammercy park the oh so glamorous and it was a close walk to eighteenth street between fifth and sixth avenues where i worked. I thought it was a dream. Come true and it was. I never really ventured to the west side past sixth avenue or anywhere near times square. Well that's what we're talking about. Today is times square and new york city. Everything i needed was right around where i lived but times square was unmistakably a major part of the city no doubt a black guy on the city a disappointment to the twelve hours of manhattan and somewhere that was to be avoided if wanted to dodge trouble darkness dealings and drugs. If you have seen the two thousand and nineteen movie joker with walking phoenix. Ps and by the way. I suggest that you might have an idea of the area and new york city. That was the cd and trashy times square. The closest thing. I can compare it to is a scenes in the movie joker to find a seedier place was difficult when they were filming. The movie and times square didn't look like does today so in the two thousand nineteen movie joker with no cd place to replicate times square. Really the producers of the movie had to go to newark new jersey a real old fashioned pit hole. If ever there was one to newark that was of the same timeframe as the movie never fixed up and never given a real chance to survive and today's society. It's a real shame but it depicts it perfectly times square where beauty came to die. No kidding in nineteen eighty six. When i was there there were multiple pornographic theaters and times square. The motion picture association of america introduced its rating system that included an x rating dip became associated with pornography. And so all the movies that were in times square were x. rated or the dreaded triple x. and everything was pornography back then pornography and. I should say drugs. The times square as a porn capital error was part of new york city's in the seventies and eighties amid its fiscal crisis. And later the crack cocaine epidemic which was rampant and it wasn't until the mid nineteen eighties that there was a push to clean up times square and new york city
"three different stories" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"Exactly. That's exactly that was the fun part and and everyone's just wanted us bar flashing. Yeah of course. I asked are the three women she quits kind of because she wants to find out what you know. What's going on with the thing about the phone call from the radio telescope right and the it's nice as they all separate they all three women separate and there's three different stories going on so that was another thing about the film we wanted to do was just not having claustrophobic. Not have it all. They're all there together for a while. But then they're all they all get separated until the end. Well they two of them are together and they they do flash out. But i won't give it away to they. You know that and the third one would find out later on at the very end. What happens to her but It is kind of ironic. They don't really know what prostitution is or what they just go along with it. They're not sure it's great. Stay tuned for more of the sci-fi talk indie film podcast back with more on john. Filmmaking on the sci fi talk indie podcast say one apple take too as far as the flash out itself. The way i describe it is. It's kind of like a combination of an orgasm and a drug high or maybe an orgasm when you're high. I mean that's probably the best way to look at I think that when i read the script. I didn't exactly understand that. It was one of those lights. Drug infused orgasmic looking things like like. I didn't know what the flash out really was in. In watching the movie i realized how much more factual it really was. Because i felt there. You know normal and innocent when we were doing it like this movement but obviously you know getting tangled up in the prostitution ring and you know alison. Who's an amazing actress. She takes us all in. Everyone wants us for our flash outs. Where the hottest thing but we. I don't think that we really understood how sexual that they were. Gonna like the moaning surprising surprising. Because it's not like a pretty wholesome movie at the same time like sexist never spoken about so it's kind of cheeky that way..
Bronx gas explosion injures 9, including 6 children
"Including six Children, two of whom are critical. Following a gas explosion and the Bronx section of New York. Lisa G. Reports Elvis Cooper live nearby and ran to the house and says he was able to save one of the Children lady right there, screaming that she had a baby inside another girl, Little girl. The explosion happened at a three story multifamily homes located upholding ever you in the park Chester section, authorities say. The explosion happened on the building second floor with blown out windows and debris on the street. Reports
"three different stories" Discussed on WTOP
"But it's totally legitimate for small business owners to be concerned about how that changes, Mr Biden says the majority of economists agree with him. This despite a recent congressional budget officer poured that might cause more than a million people to lose their jobs while lifting another 900,000 out of poverty. There are some rumors that the US is talking with Russia about swapping prisoners to get American Paul Wheel in home. The V E T O p national security correspondent J. J Green telling us There are three different stories being told the State Department was asked point blank. Are you discussing a prisoner swap with Russia? I wouldn't want to go into that from here. State Department spokesman Ned Price declined to answer that question directly. But he said Wieland's trial was a mockery. Meantime, Whelan's Russian lawyer, Wladimir zero, Bankoff says Discussions about a prisoner exchange are taking place between Russian and U. S security services. But something's not lining up. Paul Whelan's family tells w t O P. There's no credible evidence that Paul is the subject of discussions that would lead to his release. JJ Green w T o P News 11 52 Virginia is going to have a major shift when it comes to elections If the governor signs this bill, the General Assembly proving legislation that requires all city and town elections to move for May to November it'll begin with elections next year. The legislation created by Senator Lionel Spruell tweeting after the vote.
"three different stories" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show
"More coming out. And obviously the market itself is getting flooded but for those aspiring documentarian out. There are there any distinguishing characteristics. That you think good documentaries have now. They'll allow them to kind of stand stand out amongst the fray. So now i feel like there's so many series out there and everything you know when it used to be featured docs like hbo or showtime cinemax. Whatever back in the day it was featured docs and so it's like what is the good story that can sustain for an hour and a half or and now it's like what is a story that we can tell over five parts to make you know and i think sometimes it shouldn't be five parts giving sometimes. It should be an hour and a half. You know i think sometimes stories we're getting stretched and there's a lot of pressure on still makers to find something that feels big whereas sometimes the best stories are these small stories. You know some of the films that are out there. Now that are sort of a name kademi. This a film called kunda about two black and white film about farm animals. And it's just this quiet poet poetic film and i think you know what it's doing really well filmmakers. I think we just don't looking for something different now. You never know you never know what's necessarily going ahead Which is why. I think also when you go back to like film trope of like do with this way. Is there like a journey hero story. I just would encourage people to be truthful to the story you know. If it's a palm let it be a poem you know. I always refer who referring to announce a film called iraq in fragments and it really just touched down. James longley film was nominated for academy award just touched on in iraq at the moment during war and like you live with three different. I think it's three different stories for period of time without some super narrative structure. And you just get like iraq in fragments these fragments of that world and that was enough. That was enough. And i think sometimes were Included world like. Wow you know is this gonna is are people gonna care. Is it going to have a life. Are people going to tune in and and unfortunately we have to ask those questions. Because that's how you get funding these days but sometimes it said unexpected little story than unexpected. You know maybe it's the one about truffle hunters this year or or quiet from about time or something that is unexpected in people. Are you know last year. Like the honey. What would they gave the bees. The honey keeper shoot. What was that called. Oh my gosh. It was really beautiful and Again like who. They didn't go in there thinking they're gonna get an academy began. Get kademi awards like you. Just can't go thinking about your audience per se. Have to be true story. I think that's huge last few questions. Obviously in the world of directing and filmmaking. There's a lottery sources a lot of books on the topic. Most of which are not so great for that being said were there any key volumes or resources or or just books that were essential for you and your career either from a business perspective or filmmaking perspective and wasn't certain i definitely would say no about books. I think it was just watching films The like mazel brothers. You know greg. Garden's great gardens justice Films like that or even even an war room or penna bakers films. Or i mean i kinda grew both were even you know. Gimme shelter these old films Which are all very character driven. You know they could just go along with these characters and let the stories unfold and And they were unexpected in that way and they just were filmmakers..
Resident burned, condo complex damaged after four-alarm fire in northeast Dallas
"Dallas Fire Rescue was called out early this morning to fight a four alarm fire in a condo complex on Walnut Street, Nero Delia Road in northeast Dallas. Smoke and flames were pouring out of the three story building's roof. When firefighters arrived more than 100, firefighters were brought in to knock the blaze down. Most of the 16 privately owned condos in the building were damaged. At least one resident was injured. The investigation
Podcast Taxonomy Consortium gives us clearer job descriptions
"The podcast taxonomy consortium has posted. Its first white paper proposing standard for job descriptions in podcasting the product of five months of work it enables all of us to know the difference between a technical director an audio engineer for example. Where is one. Apparently they also welcome further. Participation charter has launched twenty twenty one podcast privacy. Report the free. Pdf explains how online privacy rules in tech will change next year. Red circle has launched programmatic advertising today for its community of podcasters advertisers. The company says it's the only podcast host offering a complete set of monetization options including donations subscriptions dynamic host ads and programmatic ads. Today is the last day to enter the ambiance. The new podcast awards from the podcast economy. Be quick podcast. Advertising barely slowed down this year. According to again in a i which has released the state of podcast advertising in two thousand and twenty a full analysis of the podcast at market portable is a new service that aims to connect businesses with podcasters. It also offers a search. Api the stitcher sub reddit. Pretty sight. Following the podcast. Apps redesigned thread titles. Include this update has altered the meaning of the word premium. And how can you make an update worse than the old version pouch. we're also on reddit slash. Our sash pod us. Nothing's going wrong there. The pew research center a us-based fact tank has released news consumption in a digital era. A paper that finds that more americans using podcasts to get the latest news but also highlights the danger of a survey. Several of those surveyed forgot that they listens to music podcasts until they specifically asked about them. Union members spotify gimblett podcast. The wringer stopped work for two hours on friday due to the slow pace of agreeing contract with the company. Edison research is planning a final webinar for the ten for twenty will showcase the company's ten most notable findings from two thousand and twenty. Like how rubbish here. It was and things that other podcast. Companies don't have to worry about launching a satellite the s x seven satellite for sirius. Xm ways seven point seven tons and work until twenty. Thirty six my is. I can't fix the country road or even the town. But i can bring my own advice from the story. Core podcast from npr. It's for new season with new hosts camilla shaney founded in two thousand and three story call has brought more than six hundred thousand americans together to record conversations about their lives. It's a wonderful lie. Is the first time audio chunk of mehta comedy. Podcast is hosted by ashley flowers and is a twelve part. Short form comedy show hosting every day until december twenty fourth and from now is a new science fiction. Podcast from q code. The podcast publisher. Who snags steve. Wilson from apple podcasts earlier this month as supplied that press release links to apple podcasts. Three times including an embed
Moby Dick part twenty three-Story of the Town-Ho, A Murderous Run-in, Featuring Jack Luna of 11:59 media - burst 2
"Cease sees the swimmer between his jaws and rearing up high with him into the sky plunged headlong again without steel ship. On the edge of the boat silent off he slackens the lines so as to drop away from the whirlpool and as he looked on calmly. We're told that he thought his own thoughts. You can decide what those are for yourself. Line and the boat was still connected to the whale and suddenly it gave him mighty tug
Immortals Gaming Club Are Getting Out of the Esports Team Space
"Start with a big story. Is you know it's impossible to ignore big numbers. And i'll just give you the headlines of three stories. But they're all the same story. Basically i just i like the three headlines because they all tell a little bit different side of it. The first year was immortals club raises additional twenty six million dollars. The second year was from bloomberg says meg. Whitman backed firm to way sale of overwatch team again talking about immortals gaming club and then the third immortals gaming club raises twenty. Six million led by ex quickly. Exact meg whitman. So if you put all these three together you sort of have all the information. You need witches with immortals calling her ex quickly exact. I mean could she is that that has got to be the most subtle you tag career up until on his business like her. Oh the ebay right yeah. That's better than leading quickly. Wow you're only as good as your last gig. You're only as good as your last exum be. Feels like something. Like as a as a term. Like i would order an like an exotic restaurant like well. I will start with the vegetable three way. Medley have the x. Qube for my main interest rate and goes just leaving puzzled. Sometimes i am puzzled. William by how your brain works that brain that it's such a funny term. So so here's here's what we know from the just the three headlines. Immortals gaming is raising a raised twenty six million dollars. It's being led by meg whitman. Who used to be equipped he also ebay footmen footnote and they're looking to sell their overwatch team. Believe it or not so. They've already got rid of their like previously. Got rid of their Call of duty league team And now the overwatch league team. They're looking to to get rid of it and i'll just read. I'm going to present you all the information guys. And then you can discuss. But it says immortals gaming intends to focus less on city specific teams and more on businesses related to online gaming such as gamers club a subscription service in latin america which connects video game players. The company said last week. It's selling a team playing and activists call of duty league to one hundred thieves And now so. They've sold off their call of duty league team now. They're saying they want to sell their los angeles valley and overwatch team. In the meantime the raid they raised twenty. Six million led by meg whitman. What do you guys make this news. There's a lot of. there's a lot to unpack. You're right the amount. They've raised be That they're divesting of assets sort of as part of this razor almost next to it which you don't usually hear about You guys think jeff. Lindsay william whoever wants to start here. What do you guys think of of mortals gaming club. And the way they're going. Let me go last. I have some some hot takes. Let me last go first. Then let's let's open with some hot takes you're all my take on. This is a little is a little more nuanced. But i think what's really interesting about this announce those two things to read into this. One is a mortals has just not done well as in east sports work right. They haven't won anything. They haven't really built a differentiated brand. They've been blown. Apart in the lifestyle category versus other orbs about the best thing they did back in late two thousand eighteen by gamers club right and make a move into south american marquette. This reads like a real strategic shift into you know gaming services and service provision right. Because you don't. You don't sell off both gated franchises and in particular. You don't sell off call of duty called duties actually starting to perform now like it's unusual to sell that asset unless you are If you're still committed to really making the team piece work so i think an underscore here as immortals you know is going to be getting out of the team space. I think a second thing i would add to this though in the morrison is the fact that they are announcing looking for a sale of overwatch without the buyer. List william razi to me because that is a direct that first of all signals a little bit of urgency right like we're trying to get rid of this asset gimme buyers right because like to be honest with you like like you don't need for an asset like that you know you don't you don't really need to do this sort of thing right like you don't know who the people are who are in the market for this The the second thing is. I think this is like a forcing mechanism with activision blizzard. It seems like they want out of that league and announcing they're going to sell is a really good piece of lever to communicate activision blizzard. Hey it's not working right and also to kind of tip their hat about the seriousness of their frustrations with with that business right now. So that's my read on. This is the announcement of sale is a little tactical. It's partly strategically. They want to divest. And it's partly. They're trying to communicate something to activision blizzard because they didn't announce again these. These are sort of deals. Where like you read about in favor of like. Oh i too could go by that. You know what i mean. There's a limited set of groups and these guys ono each other right like you. Don't you're not going to be surprised by who's coming out by this org slot like it wasn't like come on hundred. Thieves did call of duty right. It wasn't like josie sports club.
"three different stories" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"three different stories" Discussed on KGO 810
"Que Dios chip Franklin's been racking his brain for ways to get more people to wear masks. Listener. Connie may have an answer. I went into a store with my nap on and I told them I work for the Health Department. I done it for three different story. Awesome. I'm going to steal that idea now Impersonating a government official does carry a three year sentence, but I hear the food's great Good fella chip 3 to 6 on KGO. 10. I'm doctor in Zynga Harrison, host of in recovery, A question and answer show about all things addiction like everything we'll talk about on this show. It's not black and white. We've been doing addiction wrong for a very long time. And we know better. We have a lot to learn, and even more to unlearn continued behavior, despite negative consequences from lemon, not a media. Listen and subscribe Teo in recovery wherever you get your podcasts. Chip Franklin show You have a voice be heard kgo 10. I don't know. I tell you when I saw Trump speaking in I think it was Arizona and might know might have intel so And he spent 14 minutes talking about how his arm was tired from saluting, and that's why he had to hold the glass of water with two hands. And then he couldn't be that he really could walk down that rail, but he had leathery shoes on and I'm watching it thinking of myself. I felt bad for him. I truly did. Now I know that makes no sense. Or maybe it does make sense to you. I just I thought this guy I mean, what he's done to people of color and women. Alright, So, yeah. I mean, I get it. I'm the White guide and I Maybe I have the ability to have that little bit of empathy because he's not shoving a shiv into my side. But I don't know. So if you don't want to wear if you were a So that's it. I mean, you know what I'd love to hear from you guys 80 88 10. If I mean I don't have empathy. I've don't have sympathy. I have a little bit of empathy because I'm known people that were that screwed up. And people hated and and this guy particularly has some power. I don't really know how much money he has. But he has enough power that he can cow people like you know, McConnell and Graham and others. With his base this racist, horrible, you know, selection of humanity that follows him around. It's so are you still not sold on wearing a mask? Are you one of those people? Again, You know, we had 40,000 cases for the first time today or yesterday, 40,000 cases in a day. That's the all time high. And Trump says it's going away. Well, what did you call it in that speech yesterday and an art if I got to find it in artificial phenomena. This. Andi didn't want phenomenon cause I don't think you can say that word. But here's the latest. If you don't want to wear a mask, apparently covert 19 Caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome. SARS cov too. Involves multiple organs. Yes. Which one? They're really worried about. Now. You guys your junk? Yes, the size of your testicles can affect they did post mortem examination. Of the test ease of 12 covered 19 patients. They performed it and they found that it was messing with their testicular tissue. So if you won't wear a mask for your loved ones, do it for your junk knuckleheads. Alright, coming up. We're gonna go to futurism dot com and find out who the four horsemen are. I'm pretty sure I know Trump tense. McConnell and Bar Dan Verbitsky is a scientist turned journalist will talk about the science of Covert 19. Next. Florida is among five states counting record highs in daily case counts today. In Miami Republican Mayor Francis Suarez says they may have to do an about face on some of their re openings at some of the things that we're looking at, is potentially rolling back some of the capacity limitations. For example, in restaurants, we have 50% capacity. We still haven't gone beyond 50%. But that's a number that we're looking at..
"three different stories" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"But a few minutes past the hour on first light and Kevin cars here Kevin I have seen the trailer for the garage and I have to say it just looks completely unpleasant forty Michael so looks like something you have no interest in this age of the dozens creeping you out already I guess that's one of the things you're going for when you go for a hard movie yeah you also can understand the history of the garage it started out as a Japanese moving around the turn of the century and now they're trying to reboot the franchise and grease the wheels again kind of what they tried to do with the ring movie a couple years ago and this one looks like it's going to be about as successful as the ring reboot the stories about this the does this evil spirit that is it has come from a I'm a horrible events and in the death of rage that that haunts people this one brings it back from Japan and the story follows a detective following up on some murders that that are attached to this and then the the the the evil spirit attached to her and she brings it home the big problem this movie is it's kind of convoluted it's got three different story lines none of them really kind of gel and they're all left with these jumpscares or or creepy moments that in a limited sense work but then they just cut to another scene and you wonder why people processing the the the horrifying thing that we just saw so it's it's it's really a a Hodge podge of a movie that doesn't hold together and is not nearly as good as the original American remake of the garage well how many Hodges and or potch is are you renting the garage a let me give it one hajj and a half a pod so that's one and a half out of five it's not very good and unfortunately that's what you get that first week in January we're just gonna have to brace ourselves and go for the rest of the war films are gonna be released later on this month all right thank you Kevin car coming up on twenty five past the hour on first light for this Tuesday morning January seven twenty twenty still feels odd to say that the way back machine makes its first stop this day in nineteen ninety nine will all senators now stand and raise your right hand do you solemnly swear that on all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of William Jefferson Clinton president of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the constitution and laws so help you god Chief Justice of the United States William Rehnquist the first day of the impeachment tech consists of formal presentation of the charges against president Clinton and of justice Rehnquist swearing in the Senate as jurors this day in nineteen fifty three president Truman notifies Congress that the US has now developed a hydrogen bomb.
"three different stories" Discussed on KOMO
"I have seen the trailer for the garage and I have to say it just looks completely unpleasant good forty Michael so looks like something you have no interest in say does it just as creepy here out already I I guess that's one of the things you're going for when you go for a horror movie yeah you also can understand the history of the garage it started out as a Japanese movie around the turn of the century and now they're trying to reboot the franchise and grease the wheels again kind of what they tried to do with the ring movie a couple years ago and this one looks like it's going to be about as successful as the ring reboot the stories about this the does this evil spirit that is has come from a from a horrible events and in the death of rage that that haunts people this one brings it back from Japan and the story follows a detective following up on some murders that that are attached to this and then the the the the evil spirit attached to her and she brings it home the big problem this movie is it's kind of convoluted it's got three different story lines none of them really kind of gel and they're all left with these jumpscares or or creepy moments that in a limited sense work but then they just cut to another scene and you wonder why are the people processing that the the horrifying thing that we just saw so it's it's it's really a a Hodge podge of a movie that doesn't hold together and it's not nearly as good as the original American remake of the garage well how many Hodges and or potch is are you directing that grudge a let me give it one hajj and a half a pod so that's one and a half out of five it's not very good and unfortunately that's what you get that first week in January we're just gonna have to brace ourselves and go for the rest of the war films are gonna be released later on this
"three different stories" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Do the gas matter yes he conflated three different stories but that does not matter to the voters give Joe a break Joe's a storyteller we all put our foot in my mouth these qualities are almost endearing to voters they find him more believable because he makes missteps every so often. he will at times misspeak but the bottom line is this alternative right now. the bottom line that was Donna Brazile that's why there isn't anybody else sorry come alive sorry forgot how this story about sorry mayor Pete sorry I can't ever remember the rest sorry. isn't anybody else so they've got to find a way can you imagine if trump was doing this. your trump was telling us doesn't matter what it is and getting it wrong every time he opened his mouth about it. they want to impeach him further Hey cures him of wine and purpose for your with the American people they just love all Joe why the American people expect this out of jail. anyway grab a quick call before the break Evansville Wisconsin this is Wayne great to have you on the EIB network hello Sir. hi how are you doing today rush granted there he took a call from. because they've been talking about so ways to hurricanes or whatever but you know the number to call her teams do no maybe it help solve the coral reef corals all other things. what would happen if we stop for her teens from happening so what would be the cause of what this is actually an interesting point folks. the.
"three different stories" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Wonder you lose elections Joe Biden didn't just get a story wrong and I know that he wants to defend it he got a story as wrong as wrong can possibly be waited three different stories do you go about discussing how he once had this well amazing thing happened to me give you the story first Tony cat stunning tax today eight three three got Tony eight three three four six eight eight six six nine we used to play you know it wasn't we didn't do it open line Friday what I I used to call it something specific it's been so long since since I I I I I've done it no no I asked Tony mostly anything is what we used to do can I know lancer mostly anything eight three three four six eight eight six six nine I'm just kind of mood I don't know you know maybe it's because I I'd spent the weekend and I was I was out and then there was the interview with with vice president Mike pence the interview with with the secretary of state my palm pale maybe it was a couple of those things and there was a part of the the pen to do I want to share and I I will I will get to that in the in a little bit but first I got to start with by here's what happened he's in New Hampshire Crowder four hundred plus people actually a very good right up by Jack crow over Nash review on this you can see is a lot of places that just happen like the way he put this together Joe Biden tells a story about pending a metal a reluctant navy captain because this navy captain had a we made this attempt this daring attempt to rescue a downed comrades downs soldier Afghanistan and he tells the story does former vice president Biden about how this captain held down a ravine sixty feet down a ravine to rescue the body of this for fallen soldier and when vice then vice president Biden actually the vice president went to Penn the metal a Silver Star Silver Star on his chest V. the captain said I don't want a damn thing do not put it on me Sir that's what the captain was screaming and Biden followed up with this is the god's truth my word as a Biden it never happens Joe Biden conflated three separate stories there was a story of in the daring rescue by twenty year old army specialist who never got a Silver Star a busy made in our province two thousand eight and a medal ceremony presided over for an army staff sergeant who felt he was undeserving of the award I said this before I'll say it again there is not a single part of me that could be led to believe that Dana Perino Dana Perino sorry can we get that a second I got was of the view that Joe Biden was in any way shape or form trying to be misleading I don't believe that for a second Joe Biden told the story as he remembered the story Joe Biden was absolutely positively speaking from the heart absolutely without question Joe Biden just can't remember Joe Biden cannot remember what happened Joe Biden has all of these things in his head running a mile a minute aggressively getting shot around in that brain of his and he can't put it together Joe Biden has been known for years as a guy who has diarrhea of the mouth he just talks you go back to his Senate days and man if there was yeah it didn't it is a long winded as the blow V. eight and all of it just just incredible he was known for in these Senate hearings and other things this is his style this is his way I'm not saying it's something he's we proud of but he put together these three stories into one story and he's pushing back on it Biden is pushing back that this eight is is a problem he is convinced this is the best here's the headline Biden insists the incorrect war story he's been telling on the campaign trail is absolutely accurate now in other news or outlets Washington post here's news time business insider I'm since I should say they're the ones saying this is just not the way it happened I was sharing with UPS from National Review it's just not how it happens he insisted it happened this way let me go back to the beginning Joe Biden cannot be the nominee never mind the Joe Biden is losing steam never mind that people realize that Joe Biden is simply not capable he's not capable at all the party must realize by now they simply can't happen the party must realize by now is that he is simply incapable they trust him on a debate stage he can be ruined look the part of the fool however you want to describe it Joe Biden's staff this is we've played this just the other day a member of Joe Biden's staff the deputy campaign manager holds Andrea Mitchell on MSNBC this is just part of his charm that that Joe Biden gets so I understand that's part.
"three different stories" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"We put you three different stories you've been voting. Let me turn the show over to you at four zero six, but hey, if your vote didn't win today, you can always try again tomorrow. So let's go to you Todd. You're losing story for today. What was it show that says wonderful way to put it your last winning story for today? Losing story was about how things have gotten a remarkably better for women over time in the paper world, there's gaps and people talked about this. And there's this study the institute women's for policy research. They didn't compare CEO to CEO or this level. Does this level? They just jumped all the jobs together. There's a gap. It is not what a lot of media reports. According to this from reason magazine overall women were women who work have seen a remarkable growth of from nineteen sixty through nineteen eighty to twenty eight percent of women worked every year that's gone up to about fifty seven percent from two thousand one to two thousand fifteen their pay rate is grown as well. Women with no gap years, the average wages rose fifty seven percent across it. Same time period. Those four years more years off so on average earning raise fifty one percent. And again, this some reason dot com men on the other hand every main flat since this period of time. They've not seen that increase. So I think it's just important to sometimes contextualized it really has. Been growth and good news in this. And by the way, this piece reason dot com by Elizabeth Nolan Brown, this kind of fascinating as much numbers in it. They don't translate well to radio, but I just like to add context to that. Mike Lewis, what story of yours should have one today. But just didn't to rampant in Justice. It shouldn't have won today. Rampage. I'm actually on a roll to try and never win this again. Oh, and I've got a whole list of stories that are going to guarantee that there. It is besmirching the listeners vote though, what is. Oh, no problems with smirking the listeners. None whatsoever. Okay. Go back psychology. Professor Laurie Santos teaches Gaels most popular cast in its history..
"three different stories" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"We are going to give you three different pitches or three different stories really liked. And then you text your vote candy micro Todd two nine eight nine seven three or something about the story. I love how creative everybody gets. But choose your nose so nine eight nine seven three that's the number at this point. It's time for the pitches Talbot. But I today candy I will. So here's some comments response to local teacher wrote himself, an op-ed this teachers and open racist teaching history and my old high school. Here's a petition they haven't removed this teachers antiquated thinking shows he's not fit to be chair of any history school the our school history department. So what did he right? What's divisive? Wanna find out? Text by name say our text Todd. Story. Two nine eight nine seven three. That's Todd serrated nine eight nine seven three candy Harper. All right. So certain beliefs divide people Todd talking about being divisive. My stories kind of like that too politics, women's reproductive rights. But apparently one debate is really chest friendships once I tell you what it is. You're gonna realize why it's causing a huge rift in the universe. But there's some science behind it. It's not just all fun and games. Although it is pretty fun. And I do have. David, and I have Tracy Taylor ready to help me with my choose your news story today. Should it be picked so text over candy to nine eight nine seven three Mike Lewis your story. My story is a simple one. There is a company this company has made a single individual in Japan, the richest person in Japan, this company is beloved.