35 Burst results for "Tracy"
Musical theater legend Stephen Sondheim dies at 91
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting towering musical theater master Stephen Sondheim has died I comic songwriter Stephen Sondheim a giant in American musical theater has died attorney Rick Pappas told The New York Times Sondheim died Friday at his home in Roxbury Connecticut he was ninety one Sondheim who was taught by the legendary Oscar Hammerstein wrote the lyrics for nineteen fifties American stage classics West Side Story and gypsy early in his career six of Sondheim's musicals won Tony awards for best score he received the Pulitzer Prize for something in the park an academy award for the song sooner or later from the film Dick Tracy five Olivier awards and the presidential medal of honor hi
Hugh Hewitt Hates to Lose to Mike Gallagher
"Because when he hates to lose to me, let me give you a share with you a dirty little secret. He always does. He always does. He loses to me in every category. I mean, every category, every one of these I mean, audience size revenue, donor campaigns, he always. He's usually second. But he's second. He's never first. Once in a while, he gets a victory and then he gloats about it for months because it's so big. It's such a big deal to him to beat me. Let me share with you what he said. Again, I didn't start this, and I'm not always comfortable. I see Tracy shaking her head. We're a little nervous here about this because I don't want to hurt Hughes feelings. I do want to hurt his producers feelings 'cause he's a jerk. But Hugh Hughes a nice guy. Generalissimo. He's a lost cause. But Hugh, I like you. Don't always agree with him, but I like it. He doesn't like it when I pick on him. But then he always starts it. For example, here's what he said on his show this morning with the angel tree campaign. All of you can participate in angel trade. And dozens and dozens of you stepped up this week. Now Gallagher, God love him. Gallagher gets to operate when the phone center is open. And so he's just lapped me in the first week. First two days his lap me. I've raised tens of thousands and he's raised double that by asking his audit. Now, my audience is bigger and they like me more than Mike, but Mike has got that phone call center running, and I'm done, dark. People have to use the Internet with me. So please go to Hugo at dot com. Don't let Gallagher get too far ahead of me. I'll close in the end. I'll find some big donors to close in
Teacher Calls Parents 'Terrorists' in Viral TikTok Video
"People are crazy. Tracy found a video online a TikTok video. I guess this is a teacher singing about terrorist parents. Now how'd you like this nut job teaching your child? Here's your Austin auto. Taro is terrorist purple for parents are terrorist terrorists purple for parents. Well, I'm not good intentions. They all were missing forms. Now threatening violence, doctoring teachers has become the country still born leading with lots of things to say. And they will totally go for free if they don't get their way. Yeah, that's a teacher, apparently, calling parents terrorists who are bullying and Cushing, school board members if they don't get their way so they are terrorists. That's what Merrick Garland said, the attorney general is gonna stick the FBI on parents who show up at school board meetings. And it turns out Merrick Garland has an interesting family connection to the whole critical race theory debate. The reason a lot of parents are pushing back is because. One of the big reasons is critical race theory. Parents don't want their kids being taught that they're rotten to the core because they're white. Parents don't want their kids being taught that our country is corrupt and evil. And, you know, formed solely as an exercise to oppress black people. Parents don't want their kids taught by people like that nut. That kook. We got screwballs, teaching kids.
Trea Turner slam, solo HR; Kershaw hurt, Dodgers beat Brews
"Tracy Turner homered twice including a grand slam and the Dodgers came from behind to beat the brewers eight to six LA had trailed five one until Turner's fifth inning slam maybe five to five Matt Bailey broke the tie with a pinch hit Homer in the seventh Clayton Kershaw let up three runs before leaving in the second inning with an injury to his pitching arm Blake Treinen wanted in relief young del Gustav a took the loss Kenley Jansen got the save the Dodgers remain alive in the NL west race trailing the giants by two games with two to play mark Myers Los Angeles
Senate approves Biden land-agency pick over GOP opposition
"The Senate has approved president Biden's choice to lead the bureau of land management a longtime environmentalist with a controversial past she's been praised for her dedication to the outdoors but also described as an eco terrorist Republicans sharply criticized Tracy stone manning she's been approved to lead the interior department's bureau of land management on a party line fifty to forty five vote in nineteen eighty nine she was a graduate student at the university of Montana she received immunity from prosecutors and testified against two friends who were convicted of inserting metal spikes into trees in a plot to sabotage a timber sale in Idaho's Clearwater National Forest stone manning had been a top aide to a former governor of Montana anti democratic senator Jon tester who said she did nothing wrong and help put wrongdoers in jail her most recent job has been with the national wildlife federation Jennifer king Washington
No. 5 Iowa rallies to defeat Colorado State 24-14
"Spencer Petras threw for two hundred twenty four yards and two touchdowns as fifth ranked Iowa came back from a fourteen seven halftime deficit to beat Colorado state twenty four fourteen the Hawkeyes scored touchdowns on back to back possessions it took a combined four plays in the third quarter linebacker Jack Campbell recovered a fumble at the Colorado state six to set up a game tying touchdown run by wide receiver Tyrone Tracy junior petrous tossed a twenty seven yard TD pass to tight end Sam reporter on the next possession giving the Hawkeyes at twenty one fourteen lead I'm the ferry
People Are Dying Due to the Politicization of COVID
"Shoot headline breitbart writer. Insanely blames libs for manipulating trump fans into dying of vaccine refusal. Now this is amazing is this is i. Get the crazy conspiracy theory stuff. I understand that but ultimately think about this theory for just a moment. I got tracy in here too. If you're watching the stream we gotta audio problem. We're trying to fix here and we're gonna we're gonna get that fixed breitbart news writer. John nolte argued monday. That howard stern and the left are using reverse psychology to trick. Republicans dying of covert. Here's the argument that the breitbart john nolte apparently advanced. He said if i were to use reverse psychology to try to convince people not to get a life saving vaccination. I would do exactly what howard stern and the left are doing. I would bully. I would taunt mock and ridicule you for not getting vaccinated knowing that the human response would be well blank you. I'm never going to get vaccinated now. John nolte writes. No one ever wants to feel like. They're being boyd ridiculed or mocked or pushed into doing anything. Now here's media analysis of this. They say that truism sounds compelling absent any additional context but the over-simplification of a complex psychological phenomenon isn't exactly evidence of conspiracy. Nolte goes on to make the absurd case rights media that unvaccinated. Americans are in danger of dying. Because of the media's manipulation. You think there's no truth to that. Do you honestly think there's no merit to to the fact that people are are quite possibly dying because of the politicisation of covert.
Why Your Friends Should Be One of Your Primary Growth Drivers
"Your friend should be lifting you up. Not pushing you down. Your friend should be inspiring you to get better. Your friends should have your back but also be willing to challenge your face. You know what i'm saying like your friends are and should be one of your primary growth drivers in life. Most people choose ambitious goals to be their growth driver. Or i'm going do something. That's hard or i'm going to try to achieve this amazing thing. I'm trying to become a millionaire or make this difference or build this company or you know have this type of family and it's this external climb this thing they're trying to achieve and too many people forget it's like actually one of the best drivers of growth isn't your job isn't your goals. It's your friendship circle and your circles. Make you a more alive deeper. Caring thoughtful authentic person in the world. I'm telling you what guess what at work you're better at home. You're better your art. Gets better your sense of life lifts and so in studying this work deeply over the years and recognizing how many people are entrepreneurs high achievers people who are trying to make great impact in the world. You're here today and sometimes that journey can't feel very lonely or when you get to the top it can feel lonely. They say. And i'm like i kind of believe what my friend brian tracy and mentor said to me. One time he said if it's lonely at the top you did it wrong
5 Rockets Fired at Kabul Airport Were Intercepted by Defense System
"Some form of evacuation this morning. The defense system designed to protect Kabul airport took down as many as five rockets on Monday. Here's NBC's Tracy Park this morning reports of a rocket strike and gunfire. Near Kabul's international airport after an explosion Sunday. Signs of dangerous the U. S continues evacuations ahead of tomorrow's deadline. U. S official said. The automated system detects incoming rockets and uses a machine gun to destroy them before they can
The Impact of Family Dynamics on Relationships With Tracy McMillan
"Today. We're going to talk about the impact of family dynamics on our relationships and obviously this is a big one and one that we all bring with us. We come from families. We get into relationships in that plays a huge role in how we relate. So let's start by having you tell our listeners. One of the bigger things you see in people's relationships as it relates to their childhood and their origin family in how that can impact their present. Day romantic relationships. Well the very first thing. I think that happens. Is that our issues. In our present day relationships usually originate in our families. So one of the things that tell mazing about family or fiance is that we bring the cause and the fact into the same house and any time you get multigenerational like it's like multigenerational therapy. Essentially where both sides benefit from bringing those two things into the same place for three days because invariably whatever's going on with the parent. Okay so the thing about family or say there's really two different ways things happen sometimes. There's a problem in the cup holder. The family sees the couples not dealing with. And sometimes there's a problem in the family or with one of the parents and one of the partners that needs to get resolved right so it can either be the problems in the family. The problems in the couple either way this process of bringing families and couples together invariably surfaces. Whatever is going on so on a lotta times of people like to do is way they get along in their families or in their partnerships is to just keep the beach ball underwater. Put it. they just don't say what they really think whatever's the scariest thing they can say they're not going to say it. They're not going to go to the heart of the matter. They're just gonna pretend it's not happening. And that's how they're going to keep the peace and instead that doesn't really keep the peace keeps the
"tracy" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"And i think it would be important to know whether the quilt tracy was wrapped up in. Was this recognized by her family. As one that belonged to her or the family or is this something that we can put up there and say look this. This quilt did not come from the victim did not come from. The victim's family are most the best explanation we would have is that it belonged to the killer ball on the tough thing here again is if though point of interception or the point of abduction is her apartment. What was she doing at the time. She was packing up stuff so the killer would have plenty of opportunity. Especially when you're moving. You have your boxes everywhere. Things are open in your packing blankets. That you normally don't use. Did they pull this quilt from our own belongings to they move her body with her father's blazer Though these are things obviously we don't know but very good point if the family goes. We don't know who's quilt. This is never seen it before but then the difficult thing is if you say well. This quill is from her ex husband. One could argue. Well maybe she took that with her when she moved out So that that becomes the difficulty thin or if you go well that quill is from you. Know from his mother's house or something. I still think that becomes difficult to prove because they they did have a relationship they were married they did live together for a time period. Some of his belongings could have become hers. Another thing that would be very helpful..
"tracy" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"We have a very similar situation in the system case the blazer that tracy was borrowing turns up with these weird people that we don't we don't know who they were. So what were these two people doing in the blazer doing with that blazer were they simply moving it and almost got caught along the way. But we're able to deduct the police or were they responsible for you know. Does this mean that they're responsible for tracey's murder or do we have something else going on here captain because we have discussed this several times before and other cases here in the garage. Could this be just one of those weird and rare situations that the real killer simply gets lucky and the case becomes more confusing for detectives because our killer got lucky. And what i mean by that is there seems to be a pretty general belief shared amongst a lot of people that these two people that we're seeing driving the blazer and then fleeing the vehicle that they're just part of the story but don't really have anything to do with what happened to tracy system. Well what we know about tracy's there. Her body was dumped into a rural area Street that most people want travel on unless it was a local situation But a distance away from where she was last seen. You said seventy miles. Yeah seven zero. Is it possible that the killer of tracy also abandoned that vehicle and somebody like you were saying this couple then happens upon that vehicle that is kind of the general belief here That is shared amongst many people. Is that these. Two people may have found this vehicle somewhere. Now keep in mind. Tracy is last seen in indianapolis a big city major city seventy miles from where her remains found. It's very likely whatever happened to tracey happened to her. That night at the apartment or right after. She left her apartment that night..
"tracy" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"This vehicles not found until october fourth. So we have a situation here captain where we have this weird couple driving it but also enough time has gone by that you could say there's a good chance that somebody else may have been in possession of this vehicle at one point especially right after the murder you have to wonder too would the killer of been brazen enough to use the victim's vehicle to move the body use term brazing use the term stupid it. Let's let's create a word. That's both Yeah you have to wonder but it doesn't seem like again. It's a situation where the words that they're choosing to tell us. In this case make it sound like that might not be a suspicion by investigators. They they may have tried that angle and came up with nothing. There's also been reports that are similar to this that state that there were that are a little more in depth about the the fingerprints remember. We said the ammunition was found. But there's no fingerprints found in or on this ammunition or in the blazer that they call into concern so was it wiped down was the vehicle wipe down or was it. Just whoever drove the vehicle or move the vehicle wasn't in it long enough to leave behind a whole lot of evidence. You would expect to find some evidence of tracy having been in the vehicle at some point. Maybe that muddies the waters. A little bit on whether the body was moved in that vehicle. But i'm just getting the. I'm getting the vibe here. Captain that that's probably not what happened in this case. Listen up that time. Line a little bit so the listeners aren't confused. Yeah because we were playing detective along the way as we were telling this story. Capped in the way that this thing breaks down is just like this. Tracy goes missing on september twentieth. That's the last time that her family speaks with her. That's the last time they know that she is safe. And where she should be the following day they make the police report they. They filed a missing persons. Report is fourteen days. After tracy was last. Seen that this blazer this she was borrowing. The chevy blazer is located eight and a half miles from tracy's apartment tracy system. her body is then located. Four days later her remains were found seventy miles from her apartment and as we know she had been dead for long enough to be decomposed to the point. That dental records were required to ide- her and that someone else was driving that.
"tracy" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"During the whole divorce proceedings tracy got married again getting hitched to a michael system on january twenty fifth two thousand and three then. She gave birth to their son shane. So at this point we have tracy michael. Her new husband baby. Shane and tracy's two girls sharing a house. This is the house that tracy got in the divorce settlement from her first husband from that first marriage but that living situation didn't last long by the time tracy was reported missing in september of two thousand and four michael and tracy had split up and had been split up for quite some time and were estranged from one. Another all right. let's get into tracy's disappearance. There is minimal reporting about her disappearance. But what little there is all says the same thing so this is all confirmed. Tracy was last. Seen september twentieth at thirtieth street and post road in the far east side neighborhood of indianapolis. This was an apartment complex. Where tracy was living at the time but she was in the process of moving out so she is there on this day september twentieth to retrieve her belongings because she is now moving in with her mother. Who also lived in indianapolis on this day. Tracy called her mom around seven. Pm and told her that she was gathering the last of her things and she would be home. Soon i've not been able to determine captain if this call came from a landline or a cellphone. She said that she would be home soon but she never arrived at the time tracy was using her father's nineteen ninety-five chevy blazer to help her move her things. The vehicle was also missing so when they notice that tracy is missing they noticed that the vehicles missing as well. The vehicle is not found at tracy's apartment. They said she's moving away from her husband. Well she lived in the apartment by herself. They had already been separated for quite some time by this point And she's moving back in with her mother. Now we have zero information whatsoever on how and when tracy's family discovered her missing status and noted that the blazer was also missing so we know that she spoke with her mom on the twentieth and we know that the following day a missing persons report was placed was made by her family brain. So sometime after seven. Pm on that night and sometime the next morning they probably decide. Hey she should have been here by now. It's been overnight where not only missing her where also missing the vehicle that was lent to her to help her move her things. You also have to wonder too if they went out there and presumably they did outside tracy's apartment to look for her and the vehicle if they were able to access the apartment. Maybe they're seeing things in there that's causing concern as well. Maybe you know when you hear your loved one tell you. Hey i'm gathering up the last of my items and i'll be home soon. Well you could open up that front door to the apartment in the apartment. Tell you a different a different story. Yeah and his good thing that they hesitate reporter missing. So that's the best that we can narrow down the actual time of her going missing. We know that she made that phone. Call on at seven pm on the twentieth. We can't say for certain if anyone in her family went to the apartment to look for. I presume that they did. That's just natural reaction. That's what most people would do so you have to wonder if they did this. Captain did they find the front door. Locked unlocked Did they find things. Still inside the apartment. Was there any sign of a confrontation or struggle. Those answers to those questions. We just don't have any any idea. We do know that someone in her family reported her missing on the day after she was last seen this again. The twenty-first we also have no information on tracy cellphone or if in fact she even had one it was two thousand and four so it seems likely that she would have had one if so and if the police were able to obtain any helpful information on the cellphone. We don't have any idea this information. That's not been released to the public but all of the reporting on the story discusses where tracy was last known to be so that is not a question in this case. We know that she was last reported to be at her apartment. This information came from her mother. Who said that. Tracy called her from there. If there was a cell phone and it showed that she was at some other location. After that time you'd think the family would have said so publicly when they have spoken out about this case. I wonder what the family's feelings are about ex husband because that obviously is i think even though there were separated for a time period before this like you said to move down so apartment by herself and now she's moving back home with her parents. He go well. I mean that's the number one person you look at right and just with identifying the body identifying the remains how quickly we see from there being no leads to now all of a sudden here in the garage we can see the suspects start to emerge right. They they step out of the shadows and present themselves a little bit. We have her first husband that she's been divorced from for some time But you gotta look kind of the issue. You gotta look in that direction. You have the most recent husband who she was in the process of splitting up with and moving on and her life and then once you get to know the victim and the victim's inner circle that may present some other options as far as suspects or persons of interest. Go and as you pointed out earlier you always have to consider the person who quote unquote found the body. Yeah or the possibilities. That tracy was working on husband number. Three an who would that individual be so right away captain when she goes missing when tracy goes missing. There's no sign really. No clue as to where she could be for about two.
"tracy" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Enforcement the family. This is true and in this case we have. The indiana state polices. Well that we're talking about and tracy systems case so let's go and get to know our victim a little better shall we. Because that's the first step in trying to get a lead on this thing. So who was. Tracy tracy sandline storm system was born on december. Twenty seventh nineteen seventy. She was a lifelong native of indianapolis a city. That you and i've been to many times captain. A great city tracy graduated from how high school in nineteen eighty nine. When she died she left behind her parents. Rebecca and john her sister shelley and her brother john junior she also left behind an ex husband and an estranged husband and three children. All of whom lived in indianapolis. According to her obituary tracy was a member of holy spirit catholic church and owned and operated sugar creek rottweilers where she bread and cared for her show. Dogs tracy had a great love of animals obviously and worked with several veterinarians throughout her life. Tracy got married when she was young and had two girls in quick succession her husband. Richard storm filed for divorce in october of two thousand and the divorce was granted in december of two thousand and one richard and tracy were awarded joint custody of their girls by the hancock circuit court. Meanwhile.
Norwegian Encore Becomes First Norwegian Cruise Line Ship to Resume U.S. Service
"The region cruise. Line resume sailings in the us. On saturday when norwegian encore set sail from seattle on these seven night cruise to alaska port-calls along the us only route will include icy strait point skagway juno in catch a chem. The sailing will also include scenic cruising. In tracy arm national fjord all passengers were required to be fully vaccinated and pre crews antigen testing did take place before boarding
Cori Bush Seeks to Defund the Police While Boosting Private Security
"My team said well mike. You ought to have an easy day. You got cory. Bush defending her her private army of police bodyguards. While insisting that we've got to defend the police. And i said none you're making that up guys come on. Give me something real here. I need good. We've got a lot to cover today. We got electric cars. We got this. We've got that. Listen to this. Listen to this an actual united states congresswoman gave an interview to cbs. Where she says because she's special and she's important and she's doing important work and people threatened her that she needs police protection. Even if it's almost quarter million dollars and we need to defend the police. If you don't like it suck it up when when eric and the guys told me this tracy i said no no no. You're make come on well. Here's the clip. Cut eight in fact guys. Can we find the whole interview. Maybe she had like a mini mini. Like a little mini medical episode in the middle of the interview. This can't be real. This is like something right out of the onion or saturday. Night live
Subconscious Mind Power Explained
"Subconscious. Mind power explained by brian. Tracy of brian tracy dot com. The power of your subconscious mind goes further than you might think no pun intended. I'm sure you'll agree with me. When i say our brains are extremely complicated however you might be surprised by how much control we have over. Its programming before it gets that. Was i take a moment to consider the fact that you're subconscious mind. It's like a huge memory. Bank miss capacity virtually unlimited and permanently stores. Everything that ever happens to you. By the time you reached the age of twenty one you've already permanently stored more than one hundred times. The contents of the entire encyclopedia britannica under hypnosis. Older people can often remember with perfect clarity events from fifty years before your unconscious memory is virtually perfect. Is your conscious recall that a suspect. The function of your subconscious mind is to store and retrieve data. Its job is to ensure that you respond exactly the way you are programmed. His subconscious mind makes everything you say and do fit a pattern consistent with yourself concepts your master program. This is why repeating positive affirmations are so effective. You can actually reprogram your own thought patterns by slipping in positive and success oriented sound bites. This is why motivational activities. Such as reading inspirational quotes are so impactful for people committed to positive thinking by focusing your thoughts on uplifting ideas your subconscious will begin to implement a positive pattern in your way of thinking and your outlook on life. Your subconscious mind is subjective. It does not think or reason independently may merely obeys the commands it receives from your conscious mind just as your conscious mind can be thought of as the gardner planting seeds your subconscious mind can be thought of as the garden or fertile soil in which the seeds germinating grow is another reason. Why harnessing the power of positive thinking is important to the foundation of your entire thought. Process your conscious mind commands and your subconscious mind obeys
"tracy" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue
"Did you ever worry that she might bail out on you. I worry that. I might be come bailable that i might not deal with it. Well why didn't they didn't deal with it. Really love accessible. Had and have a good approach to it i mean i just kind of ignored it. Overmedicated wrongly medicated. In in in sort of drinking a little more than had been and and That'll last year year and a half and sir taken seriously but all that tricky had had to deal with and so it wasn't worried about her bailing on me. It was like this. This is my thing. I have to have to make this work within the marriage. It within the family. I have to find a way to to to to not something that separates from my family. But something that connects me with my friend. What about you tracy. Did you ever have in the back of your mind. Oh my god. I can't do this in terms of in the big picture definitely moments for. It's just like i can't handle this. I can't but i never thought i can't handle this today. So i'm out for good. I mean that's just not how i live my life. It's not how i was raised. It's not you know you love somebody you deal with. Whatever it is. They're dealing with and they are issues..
"tracy" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue
"It's hard to think of a couple who we've taken to our hearts more than actors michael j. fox and tracy pollen. They learned early on what most of us take a lot longer to realize that marriage is day to day. Journey of love and grit. They lived just walking distance from us so it was really disappointing that i still had the flu on the date. We were scheduled to visit them. Marlow had to go solo and they really miss seeing you. It's funny what a small world this is. It turns out that many years ago. Michael and tracy had rented the very same apartment that we once rented and now here we are living on the same street. You don't want a good day. You could probably hit a golf ball onto their balcony. Roy actually that would take an iron but beyond our neighborhood. We share a lot in common..
An Interview With Michael J. Fox and Tracy Pollan
"Started by asking them about their dating before they met. I know you dated a lot of interesting people in new data a lot. I really good about you. You had a lot of handsome beautiful people in your lives but you you clicked. So how did you know this was. The right person. lives interesting. the you know when you're young you go out with a lot of people but you kind of know instantly. Listen person so so you and the back of your mind new thinking this. How do i get out of it and and and then you meet someone in the This i don't ever get out of this and then there's a leap buffet at that point because you're so young. When i first met her shoes theater actors from new york. And i was just like prince of hollywood idiot clown and in such dignity about her in a in consideration of what was women. I didn't consider anything. I'm just gonna jump into situations in took over and in any decided. Wow who poise. That's what she has boys when you walk down the aisle. You're pretty sure that this was the right one. Was there anything one little thing that you were quite sure about that. You had to like figure out right. I do know that i was. You know i'd been in so many broadway shows and done so many things like that. And i never had as much stagefright as i had right before i walked down the aisle. I thought it was going to pass out. I was so so nervous. And i just realized this is a really big deal. I'm ready for this. I just think that general feeling of like what have i gotten myself into and then i started to walk in at all fell away and i and how will we them. Twenty
Investigation Finds Israeli Spyware Used to Target Phones of Journalists and Activists
"You may have heard of the spyware pegasus before today it had been used by saudi authorities to monitor journalist jamaica shoghi before his assassination. Today we learned that. The israeli made surveillance tool is pretty popular. A consortium of news organizations found that several countries are using pegasus to spy on journalists activists and dissidents including the hungarian investigative news organization. Direct thirty six. Andreas have patios one of the journalists air. He was also part of the investigation andrea. Tell us a little bit about your organization. Thirty six and how you discover that people. There were essentially being spied on thirty. Six is an investigative reporting nonprofit basting hungary we have a team of seven people. And how did you discover that you were being surveilled by a pegasus. The project led by a paris based organization for be on stories and they had access to a database of phone numbers that were selected as a surveillance targets by the clients of nso. Sunday found that one of my colleagues subways plenty investigative reporter covering the national security issues. He was one of the targets and we found that a second colleague of mine on die. Supple was also one of the targets and then the proof of their surveillance was that the amnesty international security lab they analyze the phones the devices of my two colleagues and they found clear tracy's some software
Use Your Voice to Captivate the Room With Tracy Goodwin
"Tracy you use the term psychology of the voice. Can you share with us. What you mean by this yes. Psychology of the voice is the title that i gave the methodology around voice that i created over thirty years of research and study and listening to voice what i discovered and i i actually started this discovery through dialects so the concept of psychology of the voice is that internally the subconscious is actually calling the shots on how we use our voice. Yes we have vocal cords. Yes air hits them. All of that is real but what my research showed me. Starting all the way back to dialects is that the sub-conscious is trying to protect the heart sense of belonging fitting in the subconscious. Trying to protect the heart. The voice is the orchestra the heart. The subconscious is taking in dialogue experiences and filtering it and telling the muscle memory the muscles how we use our voice what to do. So let's say let me give you an example and and the and the drivers and their stories around this and we can talk about that but the first thing that happens is before we're five years old. Somebody says something. Like hey peter you're too loud and your subconscious says or could be anything. It could be your too quiet. You talk too much. My generation was children are to be seen and not heard right. So just sit there and be pretty tracy right or whatever it was my subconscious took that in and said okay. We've got to keep her safe. That means we need to get her talking in a quiet voice.
Willow Smith Goes in a New Musical Direction
"Never thought i'd come out of a willow song same rock and roll here. We are willow. Is the artist. The record is called lately. I feel everything song hearing this. The closing cut called breakout willow. Also known as willow smith daughter will smith and jada pinkett smith and christina for people who remember her when she was just nine years old and released her debut song. Whip my hair. She's twenty now and this is not that right. Well oh and i have a lot in common and that we've had our beef as you know. We've had our nineties singer songwriter. Phase where we're into tracy chapman and maybe a little bit of Fiona apple here and there but now she's into what i was in sioux coming out of high school which was paramore and my chemical romance and it really really shows so ninety s. I read that she was inspired to go in this direction in part because of her mom right so in two thousand sue jada pinkett fronted. A new metal ban call wisdom so music runs in the family But also in particular what was brilliant sparring willow was that at that time as. She's watching her mom literally rock out she would also see. Your mom received death threats literally just for fronting abandoned genre considered quote unquote white and so this music is definitely. It's artistry but it's also activism for her because she wants to show like other black women. Hey we need to reclaim the genre that began as ours. And i even hear that like from fuck you. Which is i believe. The second track where i was like. Oh man this is her channeling x ray specs and this is even before i realized that polystyrene was half somalian. So some notable features on the record to cherry glazer this travis barker and tara appears on a song called extra. Want to play just a little bit of that. My i was ready. I wasn't prepared to go to scare you still right
US Businesses Struggle to Fill Jobs Even as Hiring Picks Up
"So tracy obviously one of our big themes so far for the podcast and i guess for the economy overall has been the sort of like shortages and bottlenecks that People have experienced across across business across supply chains in the wake of the crisis bottlenecks everywhere in everything feels like sometimes and of course one of those bottlenecks is in the labor market. Yeah exactly right like this. Is i would say the one other sort of like big thing that we we've yet to really talk about. Which is that numerous businesses largely in leisure and hospitality. But not just that area have voiced. I i don't know. Frustration is the word but have certainly found hiring to be much more difficult to be expected especially coming out of a downturn and even much more difficult than it was pre crisis at economists of all kinds of theories for why of but it's clearly a phenomenon of this environment that makes this moment Distinct and is posing challenges to various managers bosses and companies. Yes so. I'm obviously not in the state so i've sort of been watching this issue from afar. It's not such a big thing in hong kong. As far as i can tell. But i've seen some of the anecdotes about this like you know signs on the front of fast food restaurants saying that you can't open today because they don't have enough employees or some of their employees didn't show up i also know it's a very heated issue at the moment with you know it's sort of like a classic labor versus capital kind of issue at this point with a lot of the companies blaming workers and saying they don't wanna come back to work because they're afraid of getting cove it or because maybe they're getting unemployment benefits through the government and so they don't feel compelled to go to work and then the workers saying wow if you really want us to come back. Why don't you actually do something to encourage us and raise wages. I mean that's the obvious thing for them to do
"tracy" Discussed on NIGHTLIGHT: A Horror Fiction Podcast
"Well you can look at my stuff on my website There's not really much. Because i hate to get into this sound like this kind of person but i'm a pisces. So i'm a giving person. I i feel like like i'm here to help others. So it's like if you need help reach out you know which is because i learned after thirty five years that it's okay to say i can't do this. I need help because light help so you can just reach out. Remind website stuff on my website. Which is kinda funny. You get to see what makes tracey tick. I don't know if you really wanna follow me on twitter because then you really know what makes tracey tick. We absolutely do so. Tell us what your website addresses. My website is tracy. Gr ac y cross she r. o. s. s. online. Just type it in in italy It should be right there. Tracy cross online. That'll be my picture and everything and I just redid the website. I'm revamping it now. Because i took a class about you know promotions in the professor here. Yeah yeah website was nice but like not great. Who just like you know what you're right. So i go in streamline everything it's i'm working on it at just one mommy as i say to my kids just when mommy trying to get into you. What's your twitter Tracy see right so gantar. Ac y c rights w r i t e s era. I will make sure that there are links to both of those in the show notes. And because you're pisces. I know that either your birthday has just passed reports coming up so i'm going to say happy birthday. It's when wouldn't let your purchase six really mine's march fourth. Shish daughters march two fists. And really they is today. Look at all these policies all together these powers war where we are. Good people pisces. We are we are pretty amazing people for sure. Yeah exactly so..
"tracy" Discussed on NIGHTLIGHT: A Horror Fiction Podcast
"About halfway through. I realized that i was writing this zombie story that i was writing because of his death. And what. I went through watching him. Die and you know my fear that he was locked in there and aware of what was going on. You know because that was the most terrifying thing for me was wondering if he knew what was going on and if he wanted to communicate and couldn't and all of that was just really terrifying for me and so i put down for seven or eight years and then finally picked it back up and i was like. I'm gonna finish this because it needs to be finished both for like my own mental health. But i also want out there because i want this culture that i grew up in to be out there and there's just not a lot of hoodoo based stories out there and i think that's super sad So i'm really excited to hear on that. You're working on something that encompasses your family's background. Well as well. I think we got more better. Good research there's a difference because you can have like Anybody can write a like. Oh i watch certain rainbow. No no you know and you know no different and more authentic coming from you. And i is black women in our experiences with it. Give it more authentic schism. Because this was a thing. And i mean let's be truthful. I came from a matriarchial like all the women. My mother sites were very strong women and they all did this. They all did it. All you know i mean i remember. My mom was talking to someone. And i was kind of listening as she said You know tracy skin so clear. Because i would take that first diaper the she would pee in in the morning. Wipe her face with it. And i'm like what hold up. She's like what you're going to have to take me for that. And i'm like well mom i mean no but you put me all over my face on my your first up is not that that midday is that i catch and she was like she said like her grandmother would make repeatable and just like no one. Does this this and but at the same time. I'm like no one's going to remember this so we have to share it because these kids today.
"tracy" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Cj has had several arrests for drug crimes gambling theft and other crimes but the one that landed him in prison was an assault on a girlfriend which unfortunately isn't exactly a complete surprise nature versus nurture. Which one is it. He learned behavior or dealing with you know the turmoil from his family or is this something biological going on. It's hard to say you could. You could certainly say that it was. He witnessed all quite young when he witnessed that. Is it biological or taking aside the assault which we can debate nature or nurture on all day long. Why is it also a mean. Not so much of a surprise that. Cj would find himself incarcerated at a certain point as well because we know that children of parents who have been incarcerated have a much higher likelihood of being themselves incarcerated exactly. And that's an unfortunate reality that we have to live with so he has trouble. I mean he did witness it even if he was young enough. There could be a cyclical nature to abuse. I know that tracy was very forgiving. And she described her son as making mistakes but she believed to do the right thing once he grew up and move forward. Choose trying to be optimistic. And i think they still had a good relationship. You know this was years ago that i this. This was definitely a little bit dated. And i haven't read anything since. So maybe he did actually wound up getting you know his life together. I hope so too. Tracy also still volunteers counseling victims of domestic violence and she was recently honored in connecticut for her work in contributions to changing the way domestic violence cases are treated not just in connecticut but around the country. Now that we've covered the story. Amy i'd like to get to our final thoughts and opinions. I'm going to start. And then i'll bump over to you i. I'd like to say that these types of tragedies are always a shame when they could have been prevented and no buck probably would have kept coming for tracy we won't know because he never suffered any type of real legal deterrent or punishment that might have caused him to change his course of action..
"tracy" Discussed on Women and Crime
"This was a landmark case because it was the first time a woman sued an entire city. Because they're police. Department failed to protect her. Wow yeah so. It became very landmark in every way what was the outcome of the suit. Well tracy one and she was awarded basically just shy of two million dollars and this was in the nineteen eighties. Connecticut also passed thurmond's law which mandates arrest in domestic violence complaints and as we know many other states followed suit. And i'd like to take a moment. Here amy for you and i to discuss mandatory arrest for domestic situations because mandatory arrest has also had some other unintended consequences for women. And what do i mean here. Well first of all Thurmond's law came about in the nineteen eighties which marked a real time for the victim rights movement. We know that which made sense because it followed some of the other. Big movements by disenfranchised populations. This was when people started to speak out against inequitable treatment. We had the civil rights movement. We had the women's lib movement and movement by prisoners to be afforded equal protections. The time is absolutely right for this issue and we know that the most comprehensive act to help victims of domestic violence was passed in one thousand nine hundred ninety four which was vishwa the violence against women act and this was really the big push this provided more aid legal protections and a lot more right for victims. Sometimes i don't have the time or energy to cook especially something healthy. If i'm not commuting. I'm constantly working at my desk. I'm on zoom meetings. I'm running around taking the kids somewhere cleaning the house or walking the dog honestly. I just don't have time to cook anymore. And i also don't feel great when i end up eating.
"tracy" Discussed on Women and Crime
"You know what are you doing he comes back with with. Cj and this was really terrible he would tracy laying there. This is where he stopped on her neck with such force that he broke her neck. What this happened while he was holding his son and he was screaming. Now i killed your mother basically to his son thinking that he was killing her. That tracy was dying all while. The police officer is on the scene. Incredible it's an incredible. It's an incredible story. It's hard to understand. This wasn't a rookie. Police officer is going to ask you that. No so that was one of the questions. James head for me when we were reviewing this case was was he knew no. He was not only not a rookie. I believe he was very close to retirement. Having something like thirty years the ever relationship with buck to know did not. I think this is one of those situations honestly where he had never encountered this type of violent incident. And i think he just panicked to be honest for backup when he first got him. Yeah so backup did show up and and that's what happened. Actually you know shortly after medics and other officers arrived and when the other officers the backup arrived they did arrest buckthorn. Cj was unharmed. Cj was luckily unharmed. They arrested buck thurman for the brutal assault on his wife. Tracy was taken to the hospital. As i said she'd been stabbed a total of thirteen times across her face. If you look at pictures there across her face and across her neck and she was stabbed in other places but the most severe was in her neck her face and her shoulder but like i said could also stumped on her neck. She had a punctures in her esophagus from being stabs. She had blood in her. Lungs and doctors weren't sure that she would ever walk again with the damage done to her neck and spinal cord but she did live and let me tell you what happened. Tracy did walk again although she was left with permanent damage and this is severe damage..
"tracy" Discussed on Women and Crime
"That is graphic and disturbing in nature. Listener discretion is advised on june tenth. Nineteen eighty-three in torrington connecticut. A young mother was violently attacked by her ex husband. The vicious attack would spill over into the streets of torrington around horrified spectators and a police officer who seemed unable to stop this brutal crime. Could this act have been prevented in the first place if the police had just listened to the young woman's cries for help and who would find the bravery to champion new laws protecting women in the future. This is episode. forty four. the tracey thurman story. I amy. I'm again great to see you and great to be back recording this episode today to see to meghan. I specifically chose this case for women's history month because it's about a woman whose courage changed the course for women in the criminal justice system in terms of domestic violence or meghan before we get started. Today let's thanks some of her supporters. All right let's do it right a big. Thank you to ashley. Say she didn't say where she just said she wanted to. Actually say so. Thank you so much ashley meghan. Who else do we have today. We also want to say a big. Thank you to nicole from san diego. Thanks nicole look up next time. We're out there visiting james family. Yeah and i think we have one more today right. I mean and lastly a big thank you to. Ebony are thank you so much ebony and thank you to all who support us in every way and ashley stick around for after the show when we will answer your question and now. Let's get back to our episode. Tracy was a young woman of just eighteen when she met. Charles book thurman cleaning rooms at a motel where bucks construction crew was staying. Tracy was from torrington connecticut and had dropped out of high school at about ten th grade to help care for her ailing mother. Her mother passed not too long after from cancer. And so tracy decided to move to florida with buck with whom she shared an instant attraction and a relationship developed very quickly but just as quickly as buckhead wooed her and been prince charming. He turned abusive. Tracy said she wasn't terrified..
"tracy" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast
"Right everyone. . Welcome to the addicted mind podcast. . My guest today is Tracy Cannella and she is going to talk about. . Chaos Tracy please introduce yourself. . Hi Duane. . It was good to meet you just a little bit ago and I love talking about chaos. . In fact, my , podcast is all about chaos and I have chaos in my life, , and so here I am to talk about the possibility that we could actually be addicted to chaos aware chaos meets your specialty area, which , is addiction. . I know. . I was so excited that you wanted to come onto the podcast because I had listened to your podcast and I really love it calming the chaos. . Because I think anybody in addiction can relate to having chaos in their life. . Oh Yeah. . Yes I believe. . So I think the the definition that I like to give away. . Do you want me to introduce myself I? ? Yeah. . Tell me a little bit about you and how you got into this work and why this particular topic chaos is meaningful to you. . Yeah. . So I am a licensed mental health counselor with a variety of certifications in eating disorders, , rehabilitation counseling and hypnotherapy, , and I have a private practice in Washington state. . And so how I got interested in this? ? Topic of chaos is because I found that most of my clients who came in for therapy were really struggling with overwhelm and then I was in my practice at the time I developed the podcast I was very overwhelmed with people wanting therapy with me, , and I just didn't have enough room in my practice to support them and always wanted to do a podcast and I thought well. . You know let I'm just going to do one, , and then I'll have a place to refer these people to in addition to other mental health counselors in the area. . But then they could hear my voice and they can hear some of the things about overwhelmed because I really thought. . This is that universal theme that most everybody brings in the therapy session why not do a podcast about? ? It and directs and people to a free resource that they can get help. . It's a self help podcast and I really love doing it. It's . it's great and it helps me come my own chaos because I have to hold my own self accountable for practicing the skills that I I suggest on the podcast. . Absolutely. . That's so true when you're talking and doing the work and talking to. . People about how comic as he got to do it in your own life but I think you're absolutely right. . This is such a universal topic I know that in my own life there have been times when I'm just overwhelmed you know it's it's so hard to get organized sometimes it's almost concealed paralyzing when you you've got all this chaos going on. . So let's just start by defining chaos. . Yes. . So what is chaos anyway and there are several definitions I talk about in my very first episode of my podcast but in a nutshell, , it is complete disorder. . Unpredictable behaviour random or intense situations. So . this could be actual real situations or imagine situations in your mind. . It's also small changes that happen in bundles or are sensitive in nature and any sort of disorganization, , and finally my favorite definition of chaos is a confused mass or mixture which I like to use to describe when I'm in the kitchen because it is pretty much chaos. . When I'm cooking, , I can definitely relate to that definition at times especially with all, , that's going on in the world and everything changing and with a pandemic, , and their feels like there's a lot of chaos <laughter> right there are there's just a lot of sensory input. . There's things you see on TV there's things that you hear from your next door neighbor there. . Are Things you hear on the radio and all of these conclusions you come to in your mind just add up to a lot of wellm because of what's happening in our world today and we just in our minds, , make it into something that it may or may not be. . So I'm very fascinated by it but that's the definition of it. . It's just a lot and overwhelm
"tracy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"She's just she from the first snowflake her and I we're both like I. Mean I love it I do slow dance and she's the same way she goes out and catches so in her mouth and just runs around and. Love it. Love it. Love it. Love. US. and. We put booties on when it's what did we decide when it's fifteen? Below fifteen degrees because he really can't stand the booties. So we only do when it's absolutely I mean when they go out and they're lifting their feet up because it's so called then we put booties on them. Any other run INS with the local animals that you can recall that sort of Eddie Olczyk. Is I've had quite a few moose encounters, but we've been very cautious when we're with him. We were out of their day though we're coming back the way that we went in and there were two. Born the spring moves and I didn't see the MOM and I. I freaked out because charged twice this year and it was pretty bad I'm. Tracy calm or Any any and he's like, put the leash on come on Eddie Eddie he likes his. We came that way I wanna go back that way and so he was very Almost powder. The whole way back like we were dragging him. We took him the long way to get.
"tracy" Discussed on The Tapes Archive
"Thanks tune in, and now it's time to open the volt. Thanks Tracy. Doing I'm doing great. How are you I'm good. What movie you're not. Doing the movie or Ice Cube call for Sunday great movie. Maybe my break up movie. Cool. Look what what's your part? What are you doing? What do you plan appropriate? Basically buddy movie with IQ played fog Robert Church. So. Good Movies for arbitrary, which is, there are a lot of money to be gotten from Robina church role. We don't we don't do. Okay! Is a reason that the characters picked a church? Here brief team. Here pre game. What is coming out. Martin Luther King Weekend A. Crate, so, let's talk about thirty rock's on. I'm sure that the people think Tracy. Morgan is Tracy Jordan, are you? Know absolutely not more. This is a cat that are play. A bit more stable than that you know. I have fun playing Tracy Jordan Tracy. Morgan a little bit more. Much more interestingly, Tracy. Jordan turns you walk into the much more interesting to George. I think Tracy Jordan is is smart. I actually think always smarter lovable likable he's. Will Be. But he's. He's smarter than people recognize and I ended seems to me that he takes advantage of. The absolutely major. Mayhem and that's why he went the shows deadpan in so many respects. There must be times when you're when you're. Crack each other up on the said what's the? John Working together me. There's it's good times all now. So what's the best outtake? We're GONNA see when the DVD comes out I have no idea you back to editor Ed. Do I did you know? We do have a voice on but I. don't know what picks going to be seated. Is there an outtake that you remember? Being a part of the thought was really funny. I can't remember anyone you know anyone out. Take you know. I can't pinpoint that. I don't know what to do. I could tell you I'm not a part of that process, so I I saw I. Go but. Not In, the editing role about writing, not directing. I thought. Maybe you'd remember a time when when people we talk. About three months down, so I Can. Call the need so all right? It seems I. Don't know the question that you go to actually for you actually so I haven't had to recall. Of all right well, if you think of one while we're talking, interrupt me and and go ahead, okay? it seems like thirty rock had an inconsistent first year, but it found its footing later in the sense now everybody wants everything improper immediately. You know everybody wants everything immediately. Gave show from the front of the audience is it seemed like it got its rhythm win? The story started focusing more on Gun. Jack and Liz, and I'm wondering if you if you would agree with that. I don't know I think that Everyone getting shot I mean. You're. Good you know, but you know who cares you know. Story writing showed everybody's life and everybody's workplace. It just seemed like once it got so. Maybe maybe maybe you're. That is my opinion I'm just asking you to you if you agree or not. I don't know. Yeah probably okay. All Right? So how do you see? Your character fitting in, next season. I feel.
"tracy" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Tracy says the administration is taking a close look at travel and taking some new action the White House is now implementing new temperature check protocols and adding Ireland and the United Kingdom do its travel ban that already covers much of Europe they are considering travel restrictions within the US telling service members and their families not to travel domestically should all Americans I don't have to travel it would do it after weeks of downplaying the threat of the virus the president is now calling it an emergency CBS news medical contributor Dr David Agius says the system is scrambling to get ahead of this virus what we're trying to do now is build the medical infrastructure to handle the elderly and the people with other medical conditions and manned by some time until the drugs that look like they're working can be ready so we can actually use them to lessen the effect of the disease CBS news correspondent call Killian says the pandemic is having a big impact on the presidential race this Sanders Biden and trump campaign Tobol directed staffers to temporarily work from home and have canceled or postponed large rallies Sanders is also limiting door to door canvassing while blinded is closing his campaign offices to the public and both candidates will debate Sunday without a live audience U. S. soldiers returning from Afghanistan in quarantine amid the covert nineteen outbreak three hundred paratroopers from the eighty second airborne returned to Fort Bragg in North Carolina after a nine month deployment New York state has opened its first drive through corona virus testing center in hard hit new Rochelle the six lane testing center will initially handle two hundred people a day with priority given to local residents the mayor city suburbs been at the center of a cluster of virus cases CBS news correspondent candy McCormick says there's been another attack on a base in Iraq Iraqi security forces say a barrage of rockets hit a base north of Baghdad housing U. S. troops the Iraqi say some rocket struck coalition quarters others fell on the runway used by Iraqi forces at least three people reported wounded an Afghan official says the government has postponed the release of fifteen hundred Taliban prisoners that's a decision that could sabotage a peace deal that was signed last month between the Taliban in the United States the deal was hailed at the time is the best chance of ending Afghanistan's endless wars and bringing US troops home after nearly nineteen years this is CBS news CBS news radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world we give you the coverage you can trust I'm.