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"tin man" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"An empty kettle he should be on his metal and yet I'm torn upon The tin man's oil can from The Wizard of Oz is going up for auction opening bids start at $50,000 for the original prop from the 1939 musical the item is part of GWS auctions artifacts of Hollywood and music collection the bidding starts march 26th I'm Dina kodiak And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom As the war in Ukraine rages on national security adviser Jake Sullivan is heading to Rome for meetings with China's top diplomat Sources tell us Sullivan will meet with Communist Party Politburo member Yang Jiechi tomorrow to talk about the impact on regional and global security around the war in Ukraine This is also meant to keep communication channels between Washington and Beijing open Russia has lost access to almost half of its foreign exchange reserves according to finance minister Anton Selena So one of told state television in an interview airing today that the total volume of our reserves is about $640 billion and there are about 300 billion in such condition that can't be used now He added that he's seeing the pressures of Western countries are putting on China to limit access to reserves held in yuan The Federal Reserve is in focus in the week ahead Bloomberg's Karen Moscow reports Fed shared your own Powell has already said he'll recommend a 25 basis point increase on Wednesday If confirmed it will be the first rate hike since December of 2018 The Bank of England has an interest rate decision on Thursday and we'll hear from the bank of Japan on Friday Also a busy week for economic data with the producer price index Tuesday housing starts at industrial production around on Thursday and Friday its existing home sales Cameron Moscow Bloomberg radio We will stocks go in this environment Emily Roland strategist at JH investments is optimistic Until we see a significant deterioration in economic growth with frankly we're not seeing in the data We just added 700,000 jobs to U.S. economy PMIs are still very elevated Earnings estimates continue to move higher we're very you know kind of cautiously optimistic here that there is an opportunity that positions Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Suzanne Palmer This is Bloomberg.
"tin man" Discussed on Science Vs
"And she said, four a.m. and I was like, oh my God, kill me. I set my alarm. I go over there. I'm so groggy. It was amazing. It worked. She didn't have pain in the mornings after that. In the study, Allen's team asked the patients to rate their pain at the beginning before the treatment. And again, after the treatment. And here's what they found. 66% of the people who got his therapy said that their pain was gone, or very nearly gone. Yeah, 66%. That's compared to just 20% of those who got the placebo. So it didn't work for everybody. But these numbers are impressive given how crappy a lot of our other treatments are. Alan and the team also did brain scans and people who did the treatment versus those who got the placebo. And they found that for people who did therapy, their brains showed less of a pain reaction when they were put in an uncomfortable position in the MRI machine. So they said that they felt less pain in their brains were also registering less pain. Exactly. And so, you know, it was great to have that. I mean, really kind of if someone says they're in less pain that's kind of all you need, but it's great to have that objective evidence as well. Alan figures that this works when his patients learn to recognize the feelings, not as danger, but as something much more innocent. He had a great analogy for us. Right? So in The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy and the scarecrow and the tin man and the Lion are standing there in their talking to the wizard and the wizard is this like floating head and this booming voice and there's flames shooting and they're terrified. And then total pulls the curtain back. And they see it's just a man behind the curtain..
"tin man" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Because i could make a way sadder for you. Okay so this is happening in a not for dan shop. It's not sad to dan. It's like the tin man. They didn't give him a heart. Don't leave me on the rain. Belonging to say oil can say. I say i do thanks. One oil. two-time frustrated moved on old old. Has you kids. You know gotten married found fees. Oh as soon now so either in a coffee shop or he him pouring his heart out in in a dirty funding he says. I feel so much older now. Yeah you're forty years older. So i would imagine you feel a tiny bit. I feel so much older now. You're much older too. Okay okay. that's one line. Quick tip for mr tom frost still we all know. Obviously forty years has gone by. She's vampire so she is forty years but you don't have to bring it up just like let it could talk about old. You are if she wants to mention rate but hopefully like i'm all your clearly super like why both age maybe action i see smoking. I can't imagine why these two broke up with the social graces. Show in here. I mean we also don't hear what's going on on the other side of the phone like maybe he's like he says that he got older and and she's like oh did you and he's like well. You got older too. That's sort of his rebuttal else. So quickly talked. She's though actually know in. Forty-seven under transylvania became a bride of dracula. So i'm actually not aged since that since dan. How's your husband and how's your kids. You know that. I got married to so he says..
"tin man" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Then you ruin it and you all the moment you say dallas if you go into the part is giving you back in the day and disseminate hugh bubba the The tin man come home. You told me you don't dance that much. Budapest okay. all right i got it. Somebody doesn't have the guts to say if you go from drew lock and or teddy bridgewater aaron rodgers. That that you're not at least gonna win the afc west right hard hold on you do realize patrick mahomes not. You can see like pattern whole not taken a backseat. Aaron rodgers aaron rodgers raining. Mvp he ran away with. Who did he take that more for. Who you before. I remember was at brady okay. My got beat brady two years ago. Have tom brady winning. The mvp in the bucks undefeated. So i've got the courage of my convictions. Somebody crossed me does not because somebody across me is qualifying hesitating. Conditionally saying well. Maybe they could. You told me they could maybe win. The west are they. Are they not gonna win. The west with aaron rodgers. When tom brady. I got netapp. Did they win the nfc south. That's tom bleeping brady. But i told you what they're going to do the no no i told you. They're going to the super bowl and was right. Get all of that. But why didn't they win that division because drew brees there had to say one reason they threw them right into the fire on opening sunday at new orleans..
"tin man" Discussed on KOMO
"Money at 20 and 50 past the hour on Comeau News. Jim Tesco has your propel insurance money Update was a fairly quiet day on Wall Street with the index is holding to a narrow range despite a slew of corporate earnings reports. Ultimately, the indexes all ended marginally lower. The Dow Jones industrials East 23 points. The S and P 500 slipped five. The NASDAQ composite fell. 10 Verizon posted quarterly earnings and revenue that slightly exceeded analyst estimates. But shares of the telecommunications and media company lost 3.2%. Nevertheless. Generally positive fourth quarter results from 3 A.m. this morning as the maker of and 95 masks posted notes and scotch tape reported higher per share earnings and revenue growth of 5.8%. That's your money now. From earlier today. Here are great Herschel Tin Man a factor. The second impeachment of former President Trump is one step closer to trial. Congressman Jamie Raskin Charge Trump with inciting the deadly protests at the capital Earlier this month, Donald John Trump engaged in high crimes and misdemeanors by inciting violence against the government of the United States. The news correspondent Erica Turkey is with us from Washington D. C. Aaron, How does all this started as a start today? It does start today, with the Senate being sworn in his jurors, but they're also interestingly witnesses because they were in session recall on January 6th when the riot began. The trial itself will not begin in earnest, though, until February 8th. It gives the president a little more time to prepare a defense and we still don't know exactly what that defense is going to veer, who is going to be defending the president? His actions. He has characterized Azaz perfect as he did in the first impeachment on the call with Ukrainian President's Alinsky. That's how he described his call with the Georgia secretary of state. And his words at the rally, which the White House has said did not dispatch a mob to the capital. Although he did say we're going Tol march and I'll be there with you. He did not go to the capital that day. But many of those who were inside did say they were following the orders of President Trump. Do we have any sense of how long this trial might last President Biden, certainly hoping it doesn't last very long. He's really concerned that the Senate is going to be distracted from enacting his agenda, which includes At its signature or $1.9 trillion Coronavirus relief package, So I think his preference is to just get it and get it done. And Biden concedes there are not 17 Republican votes needed to convict Does the fact that Democrats now good technically have control of the Senate changed the ground rules for this? Well, this look different than the first trump impeachment in a way it will because it will not be the chief justice of the United States presiding because Donald Trump is no longer the sitting president, so it's going to be the president pro TEM of the Senate. Did the Mets Patrick Leahy, one of the Senate's most senior statesman, but it also gives the Republicans Ah chance to say that this is a partisan try, allow and and not a proper impeachment trial. Republicans are sort of in a bit of a bind. Very few of them have rushed to defend the president's words and actions. Back on January 6th, but they have Said that the process is not right. And they point to Leahy presiding over the trialist as one of those points. Erin thanks for the update. Baby sees Aaron, Kentucky manufacture and Greg Hirsch hold with the interview. Homo traffic from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. We're still watching a medical emergency in downtown Seattle at the intersection of Sixth Avenue and Virginia Street with emergency crews on the scene and to calm a fire crews still at the scene of an earlier structure, fire South Yakima Avenue, just out the South 38 street there, bear on the scene, causing a bit of a slowdown approaching that area. In Edmonds Highway. 99 is still closed in both directions near 234th Street Southwest with utility crews on the scene due to downed power lines. No collision involved, but just power outage in that area are next. Come on Traffic.
"tin man" Discussed on KOMO
"Tin Man, a factor here. The Cuomo Morning News Frank Lindsay's at the editor's desk. The Trump campaign is confident that President Trump will be victorious in Pennsylvania as election officials say millions of mail in ballots are still being counted. Speaking with reporters yesterday, the president's on Eric Trump called the election and absolute fraud because Democrats, he said, are trying to cheat us out of it. We've declared victory in Pennsylvania were up by 400,000 votes. With 86% of the precincts in 86%. We have Republican votes still coming in from Trump Country. ABC news correspondent Aaron Carter Ski is helping us keep track of all of this, Erin Was there any evidence presented that the Democrats or try to cheat in Pennsylvania? There has not been evidence of that. And in fact secretaries of state around the country in these battleground states have said that the election went smoothly and that at the moment these are you know lawsuits in search of a problem rather than you know, in search of a remedy. And so we have to wait to see if they more from, you know, just kind of Ah Ah, ah assertions into actual into actual lawsuits with a with a legal theory that could pass muster in court. There is actually some problem with the vote. We've been talking about the trump campaign lawsuits, but their lawyers clearly on both sides ready to go. There are the Biden campaign has attorneys to and they said that you know so far what the president has has asserted about the race that doesn't pass muster, But they would undoubtedly be ready to fight in court is the Trump campaign follows through with these legal challenges as we're seeing more and more of these mail in ballots counted, and there were many more left to count? Are we seeing the mo mentum shifting it in some of these key states? You know, it's hard to say, because the gyrations in the races have been really stunning from early vote to allow it. Ction night. Now into the into the days after the election, it looks as if the race may be tightening a bit in Arizona. With Biden's lead shrinking President Trump's lead appears to be shrinking in Georgia in Pennsylvania, so we still are waiting for more. Votes to come in, and we will get a lot of those here today, especially in Georgia, in Arizona, and in Nevada, which should have, you know results posted sometime you know, in the next few hours, we'll be watching. Thanks for the update. Aeryn Baby sees Aaron Carter ski and just to give you some context, ABC News has already called Michigan for Joe Biden, Pennsylvania and Nevada are still undecided. Here's what Vice president, former vice President Joe Biden says all about all of this democracy. Is the heartbeat of this nation. Tessa has has been the heartbeats nation for two centuries, and his campaign manager General Malli Dylan, told supporters that the vital legal team is standing by. It comes this Joe Biden himself is calling for the vote count to continue on for people to be patient and confident in the process of protests are flaring up over the uncertainty of this election. The National Guard was deployed to suppress the protests in Portland yesterday, Arrests were reported in Minneapolis, New York City here in Seattle as well. In Phoenix, Trump supporters gathered outside the county elections department and shouted Count Those votes. Corona virus infections continue to smash records in this country with over 100,000 new cases confirmed yesterday. This is according to data released by the covert tracking project. Some 15 states, including Washington, saw record numbers of hospitalizations over 1100 deaths were also recorded pushing the total passed 233,000. Since the pandemic began, the government of Denmark plans to kill its entire mink population 15 million of them. If you kill all the minks they can't spread cobalt 19 to humans is the Danish prime minister, noting that a report from a government agency that maps the Corona virus in Denmark shows a mutation in the virus found in 12. People came from minx. The Danish health minister, estimates half of more than 700 human covert cases in northern Denmark are related to mink. Denmark is one of the world Main mink for exporters, producing an estimated 17 million furs per year, estimated cost of slaughtering them all over $700 million US. It's a B C's. Chuck's Iverson. Cuomo News Times.
"tin man" Discussed on KOMO
"Providing employee benefits HR technology, payroll and scalable. HR services for more than 34 years, in spirit in HR. That makes a difference. Cuomo forecast rainy and breezy today. There, maybe even be a thunderstorm in some spots. We've already heard about that in Tacoma this morning High about 62 things will calm down a little bit by tomorrow with a mix of showers and sun break. It is raining at 48 in downtown Seattle. Stay connected. Stay informed. The coma Morning News sponsored by the physician said only orthe Oh, Good morning. Greg Herschel Tin Man, a factor with the co mo Morning news frank lenses at the editor's desk President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are working hard to win over Florida voters. Thousands of Trump supporters turned out at Orlando Sanford International Airport last night for Trump's first campaign stop since his Corona virus diagnosis. Biden will campaign in Florida's Broward County today after a stop in Ohio yesterday. Judging Amy Cockney Barratt happening right now is says if she's confirmed to the Supreme Court will be her own justice. She says The late Justice Antonin Scalia was a mentor to her. But when she was asked about her views this morning how she interpreted the Constitution and the law, she said, if confirmed, the country would not be getting justice Scalia They'd be getting justice. Bharat come on news time. 6 47, CNN's chief international correspondent, Clearasil Ward works in some of the most dangerous places in the world, and now she is taking us along with her. She's written a memoir about her experiences has called on all fronts. The education of a journalist and Claris award is with us right now. Good morning. Good morning, Greg. Amanda. We've appreciated your reporting for many years, and you have seen just about everything. Whether it's in in Russia or any other part of the world. You've been in war zones. I'm kind of curious how you I've been able to explain what Vladimir Putin's Russia is to American viewers. Yeah, it's certainly not without its challenges. I first started going to Russia when I was about 16 years old back in 1996, and I've lived there twice since Andi. I studied Russian literature and speak some of the language and it's been incredible to see. The way Russia has changed under Vladimir Putin the way his leadership has changed from when he first assumed office. Uh, now where he has basically taken full, powerful control. No Ah, no prognosis for him to be removed from power anytime soon, And I think we've seen that He's really sort of Kind of put Russia back on the map in terms of trying to create a scenario whereby Russia's really geopolitically strategically important again, and that gives us some leverage, because economically, of course, there's they're struggling. The election is only three weeks away from today. It's a very important time in our country. What do you think we should be paying attention to on the international front? Well, I mean, there's a lot of big stories happening out there. Understandably, the US very much focused on his own back yard. I think there is an uprising happening in Belarus on Russia's doorstep with Led by women, primarily trying Teo get rid of their leader who is Europe's last dictator who has supported in part by the Kremlin. I think that's a story that probably would be a lot more on the radar of many Americans if it wasn't such a crazy, hectic news cycle in the US, so I will be keeping a close eye on that one and also on China. Does the U. S is, you know potentially just steps away from another Cold war, this one with China, not with Russia, but obviously that would have huge implications for the country, So it's a tense time to be sure. Test time for journalists around the world as well. Imagine you're concerned about what's happening. I am concerned. I am concerned. I hate to see journalism being disparaged because I think ultimately it's exception, important service and for any healthy, thriving society, and I see that when journalists are disparaged at home, it really empowers authoritarians in other countries around the world to treat their journalists. With even less respect, and that potentially puts journalists in actual danger. So I would love to see a return to the days when when journalists were sort of regarded with respect, universally by people, or at least at the very least, with tolerance and respect. Stay safe. We appreciate your reporting and your time. CNN's chief international correspondent Claris Award Camo News Times. 6 50 are propel insurance MONEY Update two major ports in this area are set to receive millions of dollars for upgrades. US Transportation Department has ordered more than $10 million to the port of Seattle, nearly seven million to the port of Bellingham through a grant program. The money's designed for infrastructure infrastructure upgrades to help expand exports, accommodate larger ships and cut costs in late stage. Age study of Johnson and Johnson's Cove in 19 Vaccine candidate has been paused while the company investigates whether a study participants unexplained illness is related to the shot, the company says illnesses accidents. Another so called adverse events are an expected part of any clinical study, citing the participants. Privacy. No details were released about the illness. Wall Street's off to a bit of a negative start this morning of the Dow Jones average down about 81 points. That's less than a third of a percent. The S and P is down. Eight. The NASDAQ is down. Seven. Come on news times. 6 51 coming up don't like needles. Maybe you should consider the nasal flu vaccine. I'm her wife's bomb with what you need to know..
"tin man" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Through into 981 72 100. We had some more people. Ah, sending their ideas for statues that should stay statues that should go well aimed by Monday Indigenous Peoples Day Columbus Day. We're going to have this all salt. And we'll have a comprehensive national plan for statues who stays who goes? Seven points is the tin Man needs to stay in Oz Park? OK, I will allow Paul Bunyan in the Dells. You can't take down Paul Bunyan. Although is he carrying an axe? Some people are gonna like that. He is. He is scary. And there's a big blue ox too Well, the sea that falls in the animals and can we just let the big blue ax day Babe stays? Paul gone? I'll be fine with it. But the mix wrong with Paul Well, he's carrying an axe Mayor. I don't know how we feel about that. Okay? It's for Tris. Is it though he was a little menacing if you have Lizzie Borden You never know. At some point Mayor you run out of trees. You guys were going way too far Easy. Boomer is my kids. That same air even though I'm not Don't use that line. I like now we don't know if somebody is AH, is proposing this or if this is actual, but somebody, says Dick Clark, standing on top of a big lit up crystal ball. Um I doubt that. That's anywhere, right? There isn't that, but maybe there should be Your Dick Clark. Time has passed him by Ah! Now here's an idea. Here's how we solve all the problems of the world. We do all statues as ice sculptures. And you make him new each year. We read you all the statues, big eyes. You know, you do a Confederate statue out of ice. People are mad for about six hours. I don't have to be mad anymore. You could even pass the law that all Confederate statues need to be built in April. So it's really time limited. And in the South, you know, maybe they give in February. Is going to say in the south. It's not work. That's the trick. They pull over on them. Sure you can have it in April. Ah! Somebody says so. There's debate over Fonzie and whether the fancy statue should stay because he would snap his fingers and girls would come running. Which seems so quaint to me. I feel bad that I'm not offended by it. But I'm not Somebody says Ah, Happy days was a fifties period show produced in the seventies and eighties. Snapping fingers and girls running was just a big joke. Then, as it was now we need to relax. And then a texture rights Gen Xers rock, So thank you for that. Regarding the rest cancer, and Dr Swati Kulkarni, who we just had on this show, Brian writes. Add that the spouse needs to get support to my wife had a double mastectomy five years ago. And it was nuts for me. One day about a month after the surgery, I just had enough had to get out of the house and be alone. I went to Barnes Noble just read and be away from the family. And of course, we need to be supportive. All the men need to be incredibly supportive of what our wives and our spouses and our girlfriends and everybody goes through. But, yeah, you need to mentally take care of yourself, too. That's for sure. And you know, Dr Kulkarni was saying what? What women, Khun Dutilleux help avoid the chances of rest cancer, and one thing is not have more than one drink a day. And I think for a whole lot of us. This time of life right now, That's a difficult that's that. For some people. That's difficult because it's It's a tough life right now, when you're so uncertain about so much in the world, so Communicating well and being okay with saying, You know what? Things aren't that great right now. I need some time alone. I need to talk to somebody or whatever That's OK, people. Let's let's go ahead and do that. I think there is going to be AH lot more talking 2021 about her ongoing national mental health crisis. Is my guess, because Everybody, no matter how well you're doing. Maybe your business is doing really well. Maybe you are a P p sales person and things were just through the roof right now and you're doing well. I'm guessing that no matter what, you're still pretty stressed out. Mike's been been a slightly difficult this year. So it's okay to say that and talk to people about it. I I I can't imagine there's anything like know what are you talking about? This is who's who's looking back and saying 2020 is the greatest year ever. I really want to meet that person. That's that's impressive if you if you came out of 2020 think you know what that was a good year. I'm interested to hear from you, but up in this year, you know, but for some people you got married yet, kids, you're gonna look back fondly and hopefully be able to forget about all the other craziness that went on. Hopefully 312981 72 100 is the number after our two o'clock news is coming up right after two o'clock. Pete, Former Illinois Comptroller Leslie Munger is going to join us on the phone. I have in my hand my proposed amendment to the Illinois Constitution, my little blue pamphlet that came in the mail. It's not a short reed. We've been talking a lot about the progressive tax. The quote unquote fair tax. And maybe that's a misnomer. Maybe it's not. What does that mean? What does it mean for retirement savings and is it is simple As the rich Get tax Mohr, Everybody else should be just fine. I'll find out a lot more about that coming up here on 7 20 w.
"tin man" Discussed on Dreas Point of View
"Hello. and. Thanks for tuning into driest point of view. I'm your host. Raya, and today's episode. Will be about the not so. Wonderful. Wizard of Oz. I grew like many of you. I grew up watching this movie. It's one of my favorite favorite movies. As a kid. I even played a Munchkin in elementary school. I just loved everything about it it. Amazing. Amazing. Movie's cinematography. Everything I. I just loved it. And It wasn't really until a few years ago. It's amazing. What you learn. Years after the fact about things that you grew up with. I learned so much these past couple of years about. That movie. It really just it's. It's still one of my favorites, but it really was kinda disturbing. Now I have to admit I haven't read the Oz books and I don't know if I plan to because I I heard that it really gives you a totally totally different experience of it and I just Kinda WanNa keep. The. Version the pleasant version that I see on TV in my mind like? I guess the slippers weren't allowed Ruby. Silver. But I listen to this podcast and we all know Judy Garland. Who Played Dorothy struggles that she had You know with her way tie they wanted her to. Look younger and thinner header in a core set for more the most the day and. You know they. Put Her on drugs and that's what eventually killed her and her mom pretty much. Okay'd all of that for check? But it was really also amazing the things that I heard that she. Went through as well. You know type of abuse that she took. Filming that movie apparently she was allegedly. Sexually. Abused by the. Munchkins she was. Not. The highest paid although she was a star. And then she was slapped. On one of the scenes. Because, she wouldn't stop laughing. So it's Really gets. Worse than that actually just very interesting things I'm going touch on. The Tin Man. There were two cast members that. were. Yeah two men who were cast for that. Part the first one he was okay. He apparently, he was painted. With aluminum powder he digested it. So wound up having to go to the hospital. And he stayed longer than they would have liked. So they replaced him. With the guy from. Beverly hillbillies that TV show. and. Apparently that costume wasn't any better. Because you know he had to stand up for hours, he really couldn't even sit down so. That was a story of the tin man, the lion his costume was a ninety pounds suit. That was made of well a lion skin. So of course only was heavy but was extremely hot. Just imagine that. There was talk of the witches costume, the scene where she actually was opposed to disappear in smoke. Actually caught on fire when she disappeared so she had to go to the hospital. As. Well. And the scarecrow which I found interesting he was supposed to well okay I. Guess his costume gave him. It damaged his face. For. Awhile it left permanent scars but was most interesting to me that originally. They were planning on having the scarecrow. Be Dorothy is love connection which was Kinda I'm like, okay. She's sixteen. How how is that? Were love connection. which would probably explain why at the end she's like you know what? I'll miss you most of all. Okay. Well, now, I. Know I can see why Anti Em. It said that she. Wound up committing suicide at eighty five years old. The munchkins said who are like in their forties and so that's even worse. They were in their forties and she was a teenager accused of sexually assaulting her pulling up her dress. It says that they were paid they were only paid about fifty dollars a week. And Todo, the dog was paid more. And Mind You dorothy earned less than all of her coworkers. and. Another tidbit I learned that that song over the rainbow was almost cut. Thought to be too slow for the listeners they wanted something upbeat and I guess a cast was opposed to do the Jitterbug but it was before their time or something I don't know I just like the way things are so I'm glad they didn't decide to change that but. Just interesting there there were more things that I found interesting as well, but I just wanted to. Just share it's. It's just It's amazing. The things that you find out. Later in life I'm glad that I didn't know about that. Then I, don't know it. So, tell me what's your favorite movie coming up? Was the wizard of Oz one of them. Did you know about any of this? I'd love to. Hear from you in the comments..
"tin man" Discussed on WTOP
"He says he can't endorse a future in which police officers rights are stripped away, and officers are treated like criminals. His retirement is effective August 1st, and it comes after an Odin tin man filed suit alleging officers held him down with a knee on his neck. Now, Anna Randall County leaders say they're changing policies hurt and Arrundell County executive Stuart Pittman says the community is upset to see a photograph of their police officers that hearkens back to George Floyd's killing. It's clearly not the kind of policing that we train, and it's not the kind of policing that I believe that we were doing. Daniel Darryl's attorney, Nicholas Bernard, says his client is filing a civil rights lawsuit against the county. And three police officers after Daryl's was pulled over arrested and put in a chokehold in February of 2019. The suit says the county's use of force policy is quote silent as to neck restraints, air strikes. Pittman wants public input to the policy change A town hall tonight Meghan Cloherty w GOP news well with the discussion of systemic racism, and whether police reform is needed to make sure the criminal justice system is fair for all W GOP's Neal Augenstein has been looking at the role of prosecutors, especially in Northern Virginia, where they're promising reforms. Amy Ashworth is in her first term is prosecutor for Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park. The Democrats succeeds Paul Ebert, who sent more killers to death row than any prosecutor in Virginia history. You know, when you have an office that doesn't have a change in leadership in 52 years, there's a lot of stale and hold practices that need to be changed. One of the first thing she did was change the hiring process to try Tio. Having more diverse prosecutor base, he says. Diversity can improve charging decisions. You can walk down the hall and step in your colleague's office and say What do you think about that? And if all of your colleagues have the same experiences you and look like you, you're not getting a broad approach. The better that criminal justice system is the more faith..
"tin man" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Right so think about that do Mary or kill. Are you ready? To Gandhi the scarecrow tin man cowardly lion. I think okay. I'M GONNA go with them before they received all of their extra pieces and I would do the tin man. I would marry the scarecrow and I get rid of the cowardly lion because he would drive me insane. You can do the one with no heart. Mary with brain. Maybe Okay Daniels. Your marriage to Mary. Kill the scarecrow the ten man or the cowardly lion okay. I'm GONNA do the cowardly lion adult care. How only because he's a lion is gonna be wild and crazy. I am going to marry the tin man after he gets hard. Because he's going to have a heart and I think he's going to be wonderful person to be married to them and I am. Going to. Kill the scarecrow because he is going to get his frigging scarecrow stuff everywhere. And I'M NOT CLEANING CRAMP UP. Yes okay the point. Yeah you don't WanNa be doing anyone who's hanging out with someone who's GonNa Leave. Hey He's only last. I was GONNA put this out to the women if well We did say yes I want to. I want to marry the lion because the the lion he needs concedes courage and maybe I could help them and give them some some courage. The scary room test that scary one froggy wants to support. What's the cowardly lion? It's hard was going to kill him. He's done anyways. I'll just do him because they gotta do. The one is leftover so whatever cowardly lion now the cowardly lions way to to kill him. You gotta go okay all right. That's the other two toss up straight guys. Aren't thinking about this correctly. Because if you if you you have to do the cowardly lion because if he did the tin man you probably get tetanus or a lot of chafing if you did the scarecrow so you can only really do. The lion and the scarecrow has no brain so there's no reason to keep him around so you kill him and then you just ten. It's easy no Har Nate's already talking about it. You didn't have the right. So mine is the same. As condie's I wouldn't marry the scarecrow because I think he's a so sweet. I think just a sweet guy. I would kill the cowardly lion because yeah he's a pain in the ass but I would definitely do the ten man I want to do him hard. Not Tell you why I think it'd be so adorable. How you just blow steam out of the top of his head while we're having sex. You know what I'm saying. I Love Shiny things. What killed to have an oil can have oil can near the bed. Because I think he's GonNa always do sales already. Have a little can by the bed so the survey for me all right. We've done this. We're we're good. So that's that's your fun today. Do marry her kill scarecrow Tinman Caroline. Hey Okay is it nice and quiet? I want everybody to hear what Danielle is doing with her body. Don't touch it so Danielle. We all have our microphones in their own metal. And for some reason Daniels body is acting as a radio receiver. Now you'RE GONNA have to turn around a little scary excellent. Don't don't talk your way too loud. Listen to what Daniel sounds like her microphone and she touches it with her body. Go.
"tin man" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"With brain maybe. Okay Daniels your marriage to Mary kill the scarecrow, the ten man or the cowardly lion okay. I'm GONNA do the cowardly lion adult care. How only because he's a lion is gonna be wild and crazy. I am going to marry the tin man after he gets hard because he's going to have a heart, and I think he's going to be wonderful person to be married to them and I am going to kill the scarecrow because he is going to get his frigging scarecrow. Stuff everywhere and I'm not cleaning. Cramp up. Yes okay. The point, yeah, you don't WanNa. Be doing anyone who's hanging out with someone who's GonNa Leave Hey. He's. Only last. I was GONNA just put this out to the women if Well we. Did say. Yes I want to I want to marry the lion, because the the lion he needs concedes courage, and maybe I could help them and give them some some courage the scare. Test! That scary one. FROGGY wants to support. What's the? Cowardly Lion it's. Hard was going to kill him. He's done anyways. Scare crew I'll just do him because they gotta do. The one is leftover so whatever. Cowardly lion now the cowardly lions way. To? Kill him! You gotta go. Okay all right? That's the other two. Toss up! Straight guys aren't thinking about this correctly. Because if you if you you have to do the cowardly lion, because if he did the tin man, you probably get tetanus or a lot of chafing so you can only really do the lion, and the scarecrow has no brain, so there's no reason to keep him around, so you kill him, and then you just. The ten, it's easy no Har. Nate's already talking about it. You didn't have the right, so mine is the same as Condie's. I wouldn't marry the scarecrow because I think he's a so sweet. I think just this week I. I would kill the cowardly lion, because yeah, he's a pain in the ass, but I would definitely do the ten man I want to do him hard. Not Tell you why. I think it'd be so adorable how you just blow steam out of the top of his head while we're having sex. You know what I'm say. I Love Shiny things what? killed to have an oil can have oil can near the bed because I think he's always do sales. Already, having a little can by the bed so the? For me all right, we've done this. We're we're going. So that's that's your fun today. Do marry her kill scarecrow, Tinman Caroline, hey okay. Is it nice and quiet? I want everybody to hear what Danielle is doing with her body. Don't touch it, so Danielle we all have our microphones in their own metal, and for some reason Daniels body is acting as a radio receiver. Now you'RE GONNA have to turn around a little scary. Alarm. Don't don't talk your way too loud. Listen to what Danielle sounds like her microphone and she touches it with her body go..
"tin man" Discussed on Beam Me Up: A Star Trek Podcast
"Can't. Why are you going to go take a nap? He's going to take close. Always some interesting person. Yeah I I was going more along. The lines of he was taken nap. And he doesn't wake up her. He dies or takes care of him or lords just can destroy the chip because he doesn't want dated habit fair enough see. I didn't even think of any of that stuff like I. I was thinking along those lines in my mind kept racing like there are so many more things that could happen though right. I just kind of stopped thinking about it and like all right. Let's watch episode. You didn't have six minutes a commercial. You had to wait through to figure it out. See Matt during this episode this with you because so often like like I still have such a hard time pulling apart like I i. I love getting viewpoint of somebody who's never seen it before trying to figure it out. So that's that's that's great Yeah Hey by the way so lord just sort of Yeah. I what I'm like. Okay do I really did not remember Data Lor but no. They transported him last time so she wouldn't have had that option. But what is this? Yeah I'm going to raise my fingernail and teleport Outta here. That's data do that. Well if he sets it up he can. I know they said they're like identical. Aren't they can flip open fingernail and do some stuff again. I don't remember if we know that from right now. Yeah Yeah So. That's pretty cool actually but at the same time like where did he go? How far can he go with that like? I think it would have sent because we saw him inter with ship right the ship. Nobody's on the ship so he's got a shape right about that 'cause for a moment. I thought he he was going to enterprise. That's going to be a whole another episode. Yeah that did not happen here. Although I but I think the thing really ends Matt that we can just lore has made a clean getaway with the emotion. Chip he's not been defeated. He just goes away at the end of this episode. Yeah I'll leave you to wonder what may happen. But if you need more motion no okay. Although let's that's actually a great thing to talk about because you you understand lor has his own. Emotion chip are not emotion. Jeopardy has a motion. Yes like that's why saying I'm dying. Could stop him from leaving right. And he shows a lot like lure has emotion and then right and some talks about how that emotion got mixed up with ambition. And that's what caused Laura. Go a little wacky. And so when he created data he had to intentionally create data without emotion because he could create an android with emotion he had to carry it it without emotion although I think as he explains here as I understood at least he created the same thing just programmed differently and so I I'm wondering like is the program. They're just locked away like he can wing day in data. I'm sorry go ahead because I mean he. He already showed us he can. He can block stuff off like data's memories he's like. Yeah did he go? You go in here and unlock your memories. Okay cool so there is stuff that that can be locked away like that but then you know when he has. He's adding this chip so like instead of just reprogramming part of him. He's actually adding this chip and like okay. Is that just say? Don't have to release all of it. Or is this almost like an inhibitor chip or like so you can let those emotions come through their filter through this ship first and so i. I don't know what's going on exactly because here's the thing I mean. If you remember the episode we saw with lol data had his daughter and other episodes. I think data very clearly has emotion. I just like the idea where he goes. I don't have emotion. I don't have emotion. I'm like I think you do. I just don't think you know what it is when you experience it. Yeah it's kind of to me. It's like the whole Vulcan like logic thing like no emotion. For logic like yeah. It's there even if you don't want to admit it like it's still there That's the way I've always felt about data so yeah. I don't know what this chip does. Maybe this chip is like from the wizard of Oz You know he gave The scarecrow diploma gave the Tin Man of for his heart or something or gave give the cowardly lion something for courage and he gave Data chip for his emotions was already there in inside of you like I don't know it's to me but I think the thing that gets me back is where he says that's chip wasn't made for your circuits like despite all the similarities between data and Lore Lore like there are fundamental differences in even how they're wired and what their circuits microchips are to make a good point that I had thought of it like that. 'cause he made a point of saying that they are the same just programmed differently. But you have to chip was made specifically for data like. That's the part that I'm still wondering about like I don't deny that. Guess I think data does has some sort of emotions I. I've always kind of felt though that either one. He just doesn't know how to process them when they're happening right so so I mean I. In all honesty there are humans that have particular syndromes and stuff that that.
"tin man" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"Tin Man was looking for his Organic right absolutely And she helped. She helped him along that sort of lost sight of what their what their own capabilities were. you talk about self doubts and misconceptions and it's it's a nice image to think of Your Life's sort of worker. Struggles sort of yellow brick road right? Yes not not a not a dirt road or muddy road but a yellow brick road leading to something that hopeful perhaps and yes and it's a framework you know I think the wisdom that's that we can find in. The movie is Wisdom Wisdom. You can find that in all kinds of framework you might find it in Buddhism You might find it in Christianity. It's but this is a framework that we're all so familiar with and because it's a hero's journey it's a it's a tried and tested and it just gives us a way of looking at our experience that makes everything more manageable which I love about. Is there any significance to the color? Yellow for the brick road Well an economist wrote an entire book about that a long time ago too so the red brick road might not be as yes well literally and economist wrote a book about this being all about Going off the gold standard the virtues of going off the gold standard and how that would free up more money in the economy. It's arbitrary perhaps Peter this Emerald number five feeds into the Emerald six which Which is titled Emerald Number. Six is face your fears okay and if you could read a little section of that out appreciable sure my own greatest fear. Is that lying on my deathbed all realize that I've allowed mistaken. Beliefs formed during childhood to keep me from living fully. It's the worst fate I can imagine so like Dorothy. I use that fear to keep me from being hemmed in by lesser frights. That go bump in the night. I use it to push myself to do things that otherwise would be too scary. There's another interesting angle to explore here. Sigmund Freud father. Psychoanalysis believes the behind every fear lies. A wish if dorothy fears the loss of aunt em this is where we must also look to find the wish independence from her aunt. Now we've discovered a hidden wellspring of dramatic tension in the wizard of Oz. The clash between two fundamental human needs to stay home where you're safe and loved and to leave that home. In order to make a life of your own the arrival of Miss Gulch and the inability of aunt and Uncle Henry to protect toto brings that tension to a boil. Dorothy runs away in order to keep Todo safe but she isn't yet ready to leave home for good still events in her life. Keep signaling that it's time for a change. It's particularly telling Dorothy returns home only to find the cellar door locked with and Uncle Henry on the other side. Unable to hear cries for help. Despite her reluctance the locus of agency is shifting to Dorothy. She alone will be able to resolve her. Competing needs for safety and belonging on the one hand and for freedom on the other to do so. She must face her fears now. Peter one of the The Nice little pieces of your book years that Embedded within the different emeralds. The different night emeralds. You have these smaller. I Dunno rubies. Whatever you WANNA call you know. And I'm looking at a page within the section. It says if you come across a sign that reads haunted forest. I turn back if our year. Now's the time for that courage. You've heard so much of that. No no no win to To do that and then I like the next one Scott Blackens with wing monkeys run so I'm not sure I understand how we facing her fears here for running From the winged monkeys well turning back at times. It's just a wise to face your fears another day. I suppose and you say good. Leader keeps a light hand on the reins of power. I mean that's a had had a dorothy accomplish that. Well she didn't. She didn't rule with an iron fist. She really encouraged the people around to be their best selves that she really brought out the best in them and invited them to join her on a journey that would benefit them. All I think in that way she was an ideal leader. And you say here being afraid of fear only makes it worse befriended instead and you bar from Franklin Roosevelt's famous speech. We have nothing to fear but fear itself. Yeah does that count as Dorothy was trying to implant in the minds of her three supporters. Here that Yes and sheer self. Had to had to walk that journey here and she had to over in order to cheat face her fear by going directly at the castle of the wicked witch of the West. She couldn't go around it. She had to go there and get that broomstick in order to get the wizard to Live up to his promises so in the story. She's four she can't she can't walk around and she can't push it away the way we might prefer to in our lives but she setting an example. It's like to make that fear fee to dissolve it. You've got to go at it. You you gotTa look at it and confronted one thing. I learned here in reading the section Was that you might be afraid of certain confrontation or you. Might you might even be fearful of the fact that someone. Who's your adversary? Thanks the way they do. You think that they're after you to get you for some reason and you have this comment here. I think it's interesting. Consider the possibility inside every winky guard and these are the ones that were supporting the wicked witch of the West. Yes consider the possibility inside. Every winking guard brandishing his wicked spear resides a fearful person waiting for someone courageous enough to set him free. Yeah so maybe what's motivating? That person is not the meanness towards you but something that they're afraid of themselves right. Then maybe you've got more in common with your adversary than they thank you. Yes yeah it's like. How can we? Let OUR FEARS. The fact that we all struggle with fears creator bridge between us as opposed to divide us. It's sort of that And I experienced this in the legal profession myself included. Sometimes if I if temper got up or I got angry sometimes. It had nothing to do with an. I could probably sense that in adversary times the situation in hand as much as might be something else going on. That's driving that in this case winky guards. I don't even know. They were called winky yards but it waking the ones that had the big coats and yeah they they were supporting the wicked witch until Dorothy melted the witch and they turned to her and said Long live Yes yes long live. Dorothy and they bowed to her and it turned out that they were delighted. I never had any adversaries bow to me but but but you know something as simple as okay. I understand or yeah. I'm sorry or whatever yeah it can go along. Even I appreciate you. You know even though we're on different sides of this issue and the next one was kind of ties us even wayne monkeys of a backstory. It makes them a little less frightening. Yes what's their backs to. Their backstory is not really. It was actually in the movie but cut out so you have to look to the book to find but it turns out that the winged monkeys lived in a land where they were just they were playful and enjoying themselves of a one day. They went too far. There was a very powerful sorceress and she was about to get married to this beautiful young Prince And the winged monkeys were flying around just fooling around as as kids tend to do and they decided to pick this guy up. He's dressed in his car. He was going to get married that day. Us All dressed in silk and they picked him up and they dumped them into a pond. just for the heck of it and he was cool with it. He was a mellow dude but she was really unhappy about it so she said to them she she actually took them tied their risks and drop them in the pond and they were about to drown when her husband said. I don't know no don't do that. And she said well. Okay I will. I won't drown you but I'm going to. I'm going to put the spell on you. Where who so ever? Who has this golden cap who puts on this golden.
"tin man" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"One of our listeners, the voice of their choice and their voicemail Bill who is degrade Ozzie Smith playing Richardson of Saint Louis, Missouri. All right. First question people say they don't make them like they used to. And it's true the wizard of Oz is proof of that. Which of these real reason that the wizard of Oz as it was made could not be made today the actors who played the munchkins, we're all paid a fraction of regular wages due to an old pay by height rule. Be the wicked witch's broom stick the scarecrows outfit and all of the fake snow were made of us bestest or see the nineteen ninety four religious freedom act, which prevents witches or wiccans from being presented a negative light. Oh. See you're gonna go for C. Can I tell an anecdote related, okay? So I read that, you know, the tin man with all the silver that that make up was so toxic that it sent the original actor to the hospital, but there's just been so all right. Assist raining. It is in fact being. Okay. Good. Yeah. It was the best is like remember all that scene in the poppy field will they're all sleeping in snow falls on their faces and wakes us best fear poison, ladies and gentlemen. All right next question. The wizard of Oz has been of course, a pop culture treasure since it's releasing thirty nine sometimes things from the movie pop up and unexpected places as in which of these a after Margaret Thatcher died in two thousand thirteen to song. Ding dong. The witch is dead reentered British music charts at number to be pup is restaurant offered something called the gizzard of Oz. Ause or see Garth Brooks two thousand three man behind the curtain tour in which he saying his entire set in a booming voice from behind a curtain just like the wizard. Hey, they say I say, hey, you're right. That's what happened. Let's see if you can be perfect in this as you were in just about everything else. There was a fair amount of acrimony on the set of wizard of Oz. With a lot of the hate focused on one of the performers who was it. Was it a scarecrow actor Ray Bolger who walked around the set saying, actually, I'm very smart and man's planning. Everything. Beef Ladimir scoff, a Russian method actor who played the lead flying monkey and well decided to act like a monkey on the set if you know what I mean or see Terri who played TOTO the dog paid more per week than most of the human actors. He worked with was total pay. Lastly was paid. That's right. Tim. You're right. It was seen. Terry the dog who played total brought down like one hundred fifty bucks a week, which at the time was the equipment to about two thousand dollars today. So he was a well paid pup Bill was Ozzie as perfect as he was here is he wasn't that a great score. Ozzie Smith to remember the baseball hall. Card. Move blood president of the gateway Refoundation gala golf tournament timber. Twenty seconds twenty Ozzie Smith shortstop whoever play. Thank you. So about being moving. Just a minute deal asked per schmear in our listener. One triple eight wait to join us on the we'll be back in a minute with more Whitley for men. He..
"tin man" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Station. Common sense. Leland Conway on NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A S. Brother. Please. Let me step on the lyrics. Just one time just to irritate Leila. Enough for that open. Bottom line. What do you suggest should be Leland's open that we got to cool some kind of conspiracy theory fame. Oh, that's it. Somebody's watching me. Yeah. Yeah. Foil stuff the twilight zone theme. That's more like. I love Leila's. But cool factor. If I only had a brain. That'd be a good one. Sturridge brain was the scarecrow. No. And the tin man, if only I had my. Oil can. Okay. Fun fact served over the weekend. Okay. Wizar- laws, which we just referenced. Yeah. Okay. That Frank bomb was the writer wizard of Oz. And he came up with the name Oz. Because there was a filing cabinet in the room. He was writing the the play in o through z. And he o through z two cabinets. And you went..
"tin man" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I'm thinking they opened the gate. I walk over. And I just walked straight in they open the gates in the seventh inning just walk straight in sat down in the seat. Like just gotta be taken. But I'm just gonna sit here and enjoy the rest of the game sat there and watch the game. Yeah. Then I was at the Stella awards like the gospel Academy Awards. I got into without a press pass all the all the major artists they're talking to all these reporters. Just walk straight in gosh was standing there. And I just continue to walk before in there like starstruck. Just act and thanks Chris just like, you know, what you're doing. And I was telling raucous story. We're lucky enough to go to Rome a few years. Can you know? So I'm doing all the studying up on it and stuff to see and this and that and the other, and you know, the travel guy Rick steves, I was reviewing some of his stuff online about going to Roman little secrets you can do and going to the Vatican. He was saying, you know, you go to the Sistine Chapel would go to the theater all you have to go all the way around this big fortress like thing because you save yourself a little time if you latch onto a tour group, and they kind of go this back way through some secret hallway, and it takes you right to the cathedral. So I'm telling Deb we're going to do. So sure enough here comes as a German tourist group or whatever. And that's like the. Cowardly lion. And the tin man and scarecrow when they fall in line behind the wheel we right? So we tried to do that. And I mean, right when I get to the door, boom, hands on the shoulders where you think you're going Rick Steve..
Why Does Helium Make Your Voice Squeaky?
"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Volk bomb here. Today's question is why does helium make our voices go all squeaky and to answer it. We have to ask three questions. What is air? What is helium? And what is your voice note here at the top? We cannot technically recommend inhaling helium to play with your voice. And even if we did you probably shouldn't take our medical advice. But if you're going to only pull from a balloon, not a helium tank tanks contained compressed gas. That'll pop your lungs and only take short breaths and make sure you get some good ole regular air in between goes. So that you don't suffocate. Okay. So back to our questions, I up air air is a gaseous molecules soup. Yep. It seems real thin, but it's chock full of stuff when it's dry air is about seventy eight percent nitrogen twenty one percent oxygen nearly one percent argon and a wee bit of a bunch of other things carbon dioxide neon. Helium methane. Et cetera. It can also contain some water vapor maybe zero to three percent. Your voice is the vibration of that air sup- created by sound waves when you speak saying or yodel you're pushing air in your lungs out through your throat past your vocal chords. You can vibrate. Loosen and poll taught your vocal chords in a number of ways to make a number of different frequencies of sound because the vibrations are periodic. Meaning that they're motion is repeated after an interval of time called a period, the frequencies produced by your vocal chords are harmonic. The harmonic frequencies that your vocal chords. Create are called your voices pitch. You can manipulate other parts of your mouth noisemaker your throat, jaw cheeks and tongue to manipulate the way. Those harmonic frequencies bounce around inside your head that is resonate before. They leave your mouth this gives more power to the frequencies as they add to each other. And it creates your voices timber timber is one of those. Great words, it's defined by what it's not. It's not how loud your voices, and it's not your pitch. It's any other quality. That's different. If two sounds loudness and pitch are the same. Okay. All of that make more or less sense on to helium helium is an element. That's mixed with little air to fill balloons because helium is less massive a locally termed lighter than air. And this makes blooms float in air sup-. It also helps that helium is inert. It doesn't like reacting with other elements. So it's not likely to cause an explosion or catch fire or anything else that we don't like our balloons to do and stays gas at a wide range of temperatures. But yeah, it's pretty light allied. Are we talking so light helium standard, atomic weight is just four point zero zero three in comparison nitrogen and oxygen are more than three times as massive was standard, atomic weights, a fourteen point zero zero seven and fifteen point nine nine nine respectively. So when you breathe in helium instead of air, you're filling your lungs and head cavities with these we atoms that get pushed around like all heck by sound waves like Avas scarecrow in a mosh pit the atoms that make up normal air don't oscillate as quickly because they're more massive like the tin man in a mosh pit the practical outcome of this is that sound waves travel through helium much faster than they do through air about three times faster. Since the sound waves are traveling faster than usual their residences inside your head cavities occur at higher frequencies. Think of it like a pool table if you started playing with ping pong balls instead of pool balls and hit them with the same force that fly around the table smashing all into each other at much higher. Speeds that means that less residence is happening at the lower end frequencies of your normal air-driven voice. Meaning the lower frequencies have less power to them. Meaning that the sounds that emerged from your head cavities and out of your mouth are the higher frequencies use sound squeaky like Donald Duck ducks by the way, get their squeaky quack by virtue of having a much shorter vocal tract. And let's head space for air than humans. Note that the helium doesn't change the wavelength of the sounds emerging from your vocal chords doesn't affect your pitch. If you sing a particular note on regular air, and then on helium, it will be the same note. It'll only change your timber. And specifically the timber of your vowels. Today's episode was written by me in the way back for our YouTube series. I hope it wasn't terribly confusing by audio and also that you aren't disappointed that didn't suck helium while reporting it, it was produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other resonant, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hey listeners in lieu of an ad today. I wanted to tell you about a new podcast art of the hustle that breaks down how the world's most fascinating and successful. People got to where they are. It's hosted by Jeff Rosenthal, one of the brains behind summit the world's preeminent festival. Celebrating ideas every show. He grills one guest on how they hustled their way to the top people like Tim Ferriss who believes that being an introvert like he is can make you a savvy entrepreneur tune into art of the hustle a brand new show from iheartradio. 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Cosby, Jason Aldean and Las Vegas discussed on The Brad and Dan Show
"That visit prosecutors call five additional accusers to testify hoping to show a pattern of cosby's alleged predatory behavior cosby's defense team says the other accusers are distractions and have no bearing on constanze claim if convicted on each of three aggravated indecent assault charges it would carry up the ten years each in prison court will resume at nine o'clock this morning grenell scott fox news wall street stock futures are rising suggesting some big gains of the opening bell jason aldean's country music entertainer of the year winning that honour at the awards in las vegas seven months after his concert was shot up of the las vegas trip leading fifty eight people dead that's a lot bigger than a single song here tonight the songs that brings us to our feet on clothes or just live in the moment nothing can take that away from this chris stapleton one album of the year and top male vocalists randall lambert was top female singer in tin man was song of the year she's now one more awards than any other country artists i'm dave anthony fox news radio latest hartford news from the talk of connecticut.