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"westmoreland" Discussed on WTOP
"Ends August 31st only available in our CNN dot com. Equipment in taxes not included. It's 10, 28 traffic and weather on the eights when it breaks Bob Miller in the W. T O P Traffic Center and Virginia 66 eastbound after suddenly Road headed past Centerville. Single right, Lane gets past the work zone and then very slow to the works on farther east after Nutley Street to get by one lane to the right, and then he's found 66 afterwards. Seven toward Westmoreland. Single right Lane gets by at the merge with 2 67 so be alert there as well coming off of 2 67 on the 66 East. You're getting by one lane to the right and north bound 3 95 from Duke Street. Up to King single left Lane is getting past the works on 95 South bound, though you do have the work zone after 1 23 at 1 23 of the main lane single right lane gets by and in Maryland on the outer loop of the Beltway after Exit nine, and Andrew's very slow into the work zone getting by just one lane to the right westbound 50 very slow off can island of the Bay Bridge single file each way on the eastbound span for tonight's work configuration, but very slow westbound is that had Been stopped for a while, Colonel, Tune up your A C with snow Stand up guys at 4 $59 today and your fall heater tune up is just $39 Caller visits, no heating. They're dot com Today Bob, Inland GOP Traffic Storm Team 44 Day forecast another beautiful night across the area. Open up the windows. Give the air conditioner break. Eat outdoors. Whatever your plans are Hopefully, they include something outside. We'll have lows tonight in.
"westmoreland" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Between Westmoreland Street and Sycamore should go from Falls Church into Arlington garage to repair dot com. W M A L A VC seven Storm watch forecast brighter skies for the afternoon hours, maybe just enough to allow us to hit that 90 degree mark for the 21st day in a row at Reagan National Airport. A few showers likely. Coolest down for tonight. Mostly cloudy dropping out of the seventies. Tomorrow. It's hot, humid, scattered showers and thunderstorms. 1995 degrees. We crank up the heat and humidity for the upcoming weekend with temperatures in the middle to upper nineties feels like near 187 meteorologist Steve In the strong What seven Weather is 88 in Rockville, 83 Reagan National. I'm a really fun Washington small double Rush Limbaugh. Hi. Welcome back. It's great to have you with us since the fastest three hours and media to exist in the free world, Rush Limbaugh, your host and guiding light. Happily here for most of the good, the bad, the indifferently exciting, the boring the thrilling whatever we make it work telephone number, If you want to be on the program is 800 to 82288 to the.
"westmoreland" Discussed on IT Visionaries
"The next generation of talent and that hopefully we can recruit. We work a lot with university down the East Coast to have a really strong university recruiting pipeline, just like most tech companies do. We find that we could hire people to Charleston. When we had them with the great tax stuff that we're doing as well as the company are the customers that we serve that we can keep great talent. I think easier than. Than some other companies. That they love living here. It's a beautiful place to live right here on the coast gorgeous. Gorgeous landscape great weather I love South Carolina South Carolina in North Carolina Loves Charlotte have a lot of friends in in that Area Charleston. You know it's just a special place. It's different and it feels more I mean it's diverse. We have to work a little harder at recruiting talent here again, but we you know I I think what you get that DNA and you get outside of the area and really I. Mean we recruit heavily inside of the Charleston area in south? Carolina, but you know just like every tech company. We're looking everywhere. Turn October. And then what about the diversity piece? What are what are you seeing on on that angle? I'm in fact I saying that diverse talent is just. Super Super Important I mean diverse teams and we have found. This pod developed much better solutions. They saw problems more effectively more creatively and. They just offer super amazing perspective. But in terms of my role in helping to ensure that we create an inclusive work environment, 'cause that's important, not only. Do you need to recruit and deliberately like recruiting? Diverse talent is intentional that we have to go to specific universities recruit. We like to plug into diverse coating communities like need to be dot, org or black girls code or the Teenage Girls Code We. We want to show up and and helping create nurture the next generation of engineers, but also recruit them to black pod. But then getting them here and creating. It's important for us to create a company culture. That's inclusive. So we have like what has ethnic groups for things like Algebra Q. and African American employees better in which it should be near, and dear to your heart in. Women attack when it's out creating. Environment here within blackbox that. Is Inclusive and then me showing up differently as well as A. we have two other women who are part of our executive leadership team. At blockbuster we take, this very seriously is. Really starting to get, brave and play the role of a role model. You know coming from someone like me. Who really didn't have a strong really strong female role model? I feel like it's that's my legacy. Right? That's my job is to develop mentor. Open up doors for the next generation of diverse leaders, whether that be a woman or someone of other diverse background I take it really seriously, and I feel really fortunate to work for a company also takes US seriously. We still have a lot of work to do just like every company.
"westmoreland" Discussed on IT Visionaries
"Main phase on. And we are joined by special guest by Beth was gone. Hey how you doing. You know it's a great day. It's a great day to be talking technology and everything about black on your background. SP- before we get into any of that. How did you get? Started and technology in the first place, and I found loaded question, but I want to say thanks so much for having me on your podcast. It's an honor and a pleasure to be here with you. I, mean so technology. It's always a good day in my opinion. To Talk Tech so I love that you WANNA. Do that too I. Mean I got interested in technology from a super young age I can remember being elementary and middle school, and I just remember really moving math and science, and that kind continued for me through high school and College I. Actually found a lot easier than English history that took a lot of work and a lot of memorization, and I felt like I didn't have to work so hard at now designed to. Maybe it's because I'm lazy I'm not sure. But when I was in college, I really like matriculated toward computer science. And quite honestly that's when I really hit my stride as I knew I wanted to do something in the engineering and computing fields, so yeah, that's that's why I found myself here. Probably a result of laziness and just Mava math and science. I every good technologist, little bit lazy, little bit a love for math and science. You have. been named couple times one of the fifty most powerful women in technology by the national diversity. Council you. The Amazing Company that you were for which we're GONNA, get into here in a little bit. was named one of the companies changing the world by fortune but beyond the fame and fortune of of those things I'm curious. What is the scope of your current role? He had that you mentioned the award. really very nice. Our heart of WHO I am. My role is I. Think I'm really an architect and an engineer. At Heart, but what I am. What I have responsibility for here at backward GTO is a technology strategy think about architecture strategy, but also product strategy so product managers you set and run strategy across our whole portfolio data, analytic strategy and solutions. have are amazingly talented user, experience, design team.
"westmoreland" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Slow going there yet from Westmoreland in fort worth on the slipway twenty north by the Randall Miller ranks been cleared and delays are unwinding with KLIF traffic on the fives I'm bill Jackson big blue H. other weather map shows high pressure in and out of drop of rain the forecast gonna be tough even find a class the next few days their morning sunny morning in a sunny afternoon ninety two tonight clear sixty seven to our sunshine with a few afternoon clouds ninety four Saturday and Sunday mostly sunny with highs in the mid nineties for KLIF news meteorologist race did you got the weather channel sixty three in desoto right now sixty four degrees in fort worth in sixty two in Frisco it's a non stop you need to switch to all Democrats to the top and bottom of every hour this is real news and information five seventy K. L. it's totally normal to be constipated with belly pain straining imploding again and again No Way maybe it's occasional constipation maybe it's not you could have a chronic condition called irritable bowel syndrome with constipation or IBS C. winds S. or linaclotide is a prescription that treats I. B. S. C. in adults winds S. works differently than laxatives to help relieve belly pain and let you have more frequent and complete bowel movements individual results may vary do not give to children less than six and it should not be given to children six to less than eighteen it may harm them do not take Lynn's S. if you have about blockage get immediate help if you develop unusual or severe stomach pains especially with bloody or black stools the most common side effect is diarrhea sometimes severe if it's severe stop taking one's **** and call your doctor right away other side effects include gas stomach area pain and swelling maybe it's not occasional constipation learn more at Lynn's S. dot com or call one eight hundred L. A. N. C. E. S. S. you may be able to talk to a doctor online visit Lynn's S. dot com sponsored by Allergan and ironwood funds exchanges the gets you need to make father's day special whether he's a hunter recreational shooter or just want to keep his family safe K. five arms exchange has it all from hunting and tactical tonight brands like bench made all at prices that put the big box stores the same visit their superstar in trophy club or K. five arms dot com any time there's uncertainty in the economy one thing increases with certainty crime make sure your home is safe and secure it with a one locksmith and security A. one offers turn key security solutions for your home including keyless entry systems and heirloom quality safe for brands like liberty and Browning keep your valuables and guns under lock and key and enjoy the peace of mind you'll have the results a one locksmith and security has been offering turn key locksmith services to the DFW community for over sixty five years as a family owned business they are honored to continue to assist in keeping their neighbors safe and secure call today and ask about the free a one locksmith home security evaluation or just swing by with ten metroplex locations is probably one right in your neighborhood get extra keys may see their safety person or get a spare key program for your car so you are prepared call today at nine seven two five seven no fifty seven hundred or go to eight dash one locksmith dot com a one locksmith and security offering turnkey peace of mind for your family faulty breakers to broken windows to leaky pipes roof some water heaters homes and businesses around the country can't work until the pros definitely losing created credit programs that work for pro with every day five percent savings on eligible purchases cluster October thirty first sixty days promotional financing when you lose business account or extended terms of political account receivables learn more in store online Lowe's for pros dot com putting money back in your pocket just one more reason lows the new home for Christmas subject to credit approval U. S. only hi this is Jay Farner CEO of rocket mortgage making the right financial decisions has never been more important we can help guide you to those right decisions now when they matter most mortgage rates are near historic lows so when you call eight three three eight rocket or visit us at rocket mortgage dot com to start your refinance you'll be well on your way to saving money every month the rate today on our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is three point three seven five percent APR three point five nine percent right now could be a great time for you to take some positive financial steps forward with a cash out refinance from rocket mortgage which could give you the boost that you're looking for in addition we may be able to help you refinance.
"westmoreland" Discussed on WJR 760
"The Pennsylvania Turnpike is shut down in both directions in Westmoreland County thirty miles east of Pittsburgh Carl defy Bo is a spokesman for the highway the crash involved two tractor trailers a tour bus and the passenger vehicle at this point we're hearing that the corner has confirmed five fatalities and dozens of patients have been transported to three local hospitals the military's adviser to Iran's supreme leader says the response to the US will be a military one here's a same day game again speaking through an interpreter the response was show would be military and against military site me tell you one thing leadership has officially announced that we've never been seeking more and we will not be seeking will it was America that I started the war therefore they should accept appropriate reactions to their actions the only thing that can end this period of war is for the Americans to receive a blow that is equal to the blow they've inflicted afterwards and they should not seek a new cycle United Methodist church leaders are proposing a split into more than one denomination in a bid to resolve years of debate over the LGBT Q. clergy and same sex weddings Jeff mackay with the latest in a statement the group of method as bishops in church leaders say the best means to resolve their differences now is allowing each part of the church to remain true to its theological understanding while recognizing the dignity equality integrity and respect of every person the proposal calls for a new traditional Methodist denomination opposed to any gay marriage in ordination of LBGT Q. clergy the current United Methodist church will allow same sex weddings in gay clergy the split mirrors the current US cultural and political divide the mediation panel was formed after it became clear the impasse over LGBTQ issues was irreconcilable Jeff mackay Washington the Hollywood foreign foreign press association will hand out its highest honor tonight at the seventy seventh annual golden globe awards are Jim group takes a look at the list of top nominees okay you wish you had a merry me you wish you had a different life but this is one how marriage story leads the list of nominees with six including best motion picture drama along with the two popes nineteen seventeen the Irishman and joker the nominees for best comedy or musical film are dolomite is my name rocket man once upon a time in Hollywood Jo Jo rabbit and knives out it's the drama film category that people look to as a possible Oscar indicator New England Patriots won't be making another trip to the Super Bowl after losing to the Tennessee Titans by a score of twenty thirteen at home patriots coach bill Belichick says this just wasn't there day disconnecting a place to live and it's always disappointed to end like this but National Football League news people and got a little bit better we could do it and one of the biggest Michigan state basketball games is upon us as Barnes face off against the Michigan Wolverines at the Breslin center at one thirty today Michigan is currently ten and three this year where is Michigan state is eleven and three W. J. R. news time eleven all three checking traffic.
Veterans Day Parade 2019
"American veterans are being out across the US tomorrow correspondent Steve Kassebaum as in New York where the tradition has been going on for a hundred years this is the centennial anniversary of the parade it started to mark the return of American soldiers from the World War one battlefield retired colonel merry Westmoreland of the United war veterans council said today's newest veterans volunteered to serve the U. S. arrayed honors everyone involuntarily voluntarily who's much toner this century president trump will take part in tomorrow's opening
A hacker terrorized this family through their smart camera and thermostat
"A Milwaukee couple said that they're smart home has been hacked this is kind of scary actually their camera began talking to them and their thermostat reached upwards of ninety degrees the Westmoreland family install the nest camera Dorabella thermostat in two thousand eighteen they had no problem until they heard a voice talking it through a camera in their kitchen no day return from work this family did with blazing hot home the thermostat have been turned up to ninety degrees she thought it was a glitch I would lose my mind my house for ninety degrees voice. back to room temperature didn't realize that this is only the beginning of a roller coaster for twenty four hours it gives this family feels chills just talking about it apparently the thermostat continue to go up and a voice begins speaking from a camera in the kitchen and then play older music. they unplug it and turned it facing the ceiling ability change the password the problems persisted eventually contacted their internet carrier change your network ID they believe somebody had hacked into their wives live and then their nest and by the way that's what Google is saying to they're saying it wasn't the mass the mass was not breached these reports are based on cuts got customers using compromise passwords exposed through breaches of other websites in nearly all cases to factor verification eliminates this type of security risk so Google saying it or nascent leases a nuke is nesting Google the same thing I don't know the. Google owns everything anyway that that NASA is saying that it wasn't their fault these people give out their password it's their fault for that either way password just password or something the something stupid like that.
"westmoreland" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Oh seven five KCL all right you get to be the judge of local talent in studio on the stage we have Morgan Westmoreland she's gonna perform grenade from Bruno Mars and again you get to be the judge give a grade eight through at Morgan whenever you're ready that's just all sure sure over from the well I don't well I would think been Charles and can yes good kids should hi John when one thank yes shop with to all right more Westmoreland man to cement with Grady again I'm gonna go with an a.
"westmoreland" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"He'll get ready for local talent Tuesday on the Carolina carports stage all right we have Megan Westmoreland she's in the forms of Bruno Mars I'm sorry of Morgan Westmoreland Meghan I'm sorry Morgan Westmoreland I'm sorry about that going for Bruno Mars grenade and now whenever you're ready Morgan are you ready yes there we go that's just sure sure over from the well I don't well I would think open in the trash and can yes good kids should I don't mean thank yes shop with sure all right more Westmoreland you have a great eight hundred six eight two one oh seven five thank you Sir may I would greatly again I'm gonna.
Manhunt ends with suspect in custody after 5 bodies found
"Custody in Westmoreland, Tennessee, the end of a manhunt triggered by the discovery of five bodies and a rural homes near the Kentucky border back in custody. His name is Michael Commons. He would object. A pretty intense manhunt that went on for several hours here in Sumner county, Tennessee Josh divine with the fantasy bureau of investigation. Adding that those investigators are still trying to
"westmoreland" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
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Ex-Disney actor charged with 6 counts in underage sex case
"KFI news. Disney channel actor stoney Westmoreland has been charged with six felony counts and a child sex case cops say that he used a dating app to send x rated pictures to and arrange. To meet someone. He believed was a thirteen year old boy, it was a fake profile set up by cops was Moreland was fired from his role as the grandfather on the Disney show Andy MAC after getting arrested in Salt
"westmoreland" Discussed on Here & Now
"Demand for natural gas and renewable energy is hitting coal companies hard despite the Trump administration's promised to revive the coal industry. The latest sign of trouble is the bankruptcy of Westmoreland coal company. One of the largest and oldest coal producers in North America. Wyoming public radio's Cooper mckim reports in south west Wyoming. The camera coal mine is the largest employer in Lincoln county. It's owned by Westmoreland whose recent bankruptcy has locals on edge. Mike del pads represents employees there through the United mine workers of America are people are just worried to death about their jobs their pensions health care. It can remind employs about two hundred eighty people and provides benefits many more like retirees and widows if not clear yet with the bankruptcy means or whether anyone could lose their job the same concerns. Go beyond Wyoming Westmoreland is nearly three thousand employees in seven states. Plus canada. Don't pass says there's still a lot of unknowns. What is most chaotic? We're not too. Sure that they're sure what they're doing. The bankruptcy itself was expected. What's Moreland hired, restructuring advisers last spring and haven't seen difficulties for much longer? It's purchase large minds that didn't pan out. What's Marlins debt shot up to over a billion dollars its share price tanked energy analysts say the company's business strategy was flawed. The minds relied on selling its coal to one primary customer and nearby coal-fired power plant. That's instead the more typical strategy of sending coal to wherever the demand is up. The idea is to remove some of the markets, all Tilleke and have a secure customer. What is turned out to be a good sound strategy has turned into somewhat of a problem for them. That's anti Blumenfeld an analyst with Doyle trading consultants. I spoke last may about what's Morlin struggles. Several of the companies primary customers moved away from coal. And now more are scheduled to do the same thing. Wyoming's Kim remind serves a coal fired power. Plant which is expected to retire one of its generating units. This coming January, another major customer of Westmoreland is closing down half its coal fired generating units by twenty twenty two. Another by twenty twenty seven Blumenfeld says its dependence on his mind mouth system was a fatal flaw. It's kind of a fed situation. A mainline coal company. West moment is a name that's been around for a very long time. The fall of coal fired power plants, like the ones that rely on Westmoreland coal is part of a larger trend utilities are closing them in unprecedented numbers moving towards natural gas and renewable energy in two thousand nine there.
"westmoreland" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"This is so great enrich. Little of this Richard was a New York through and through, and you know, it's really his work and his language that's coming out of the mouths of these great actors. So is great to show it in New York where I just feel like this is Richard's home. So it's really nice to be here. When does the film come out films coming out next week and it's playing at the Paris, get it, go to Paris. Inspired piece of marketing also at the Jellicoe when I lived in New York in nineteen Ninety-two the Anjelica was like my movie temple. So like so excited of costumes in the lobby and all that stuff that you dream about. So it's really wonderful. That's wonderful. Please tell your friends and one more question. Well, this film I show in Japan, earthquake good is now in post, and that's very different from Colette is like a crime story, Tokyo nor. Yeah. And in one thousand nine and. It was a great experience making that film as well. But it's kind of like having two kids, one that's kind of just going to kindergarten and the other one's getting ready to leave home. So you know how it is when you've got you have these protests that you love. So kind of being imposed with quite Berber just had to switch everything off for the Colette release. And we built that into the post Gujral. So I could just get back into the belly park. Thank you. Thank you so much. Thanks for listening to another DJ QNA if you'd like to hear more, you can.
"westmoreland" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"Well, no, I, I asked actually from the other, I'm in the middle of negotiating deal where that's actually a deal point. And I like we're there like saying we don't want to be. We don't want you to work as DJ directors we want, and and I was glad to hear that that happened. I wanted to stay within the. We're fighting to. And then I was just wondering in working and all those places. If there was anything about set culture or your production experience that were there things that you experienced abroad that you like thought, oh, God, I wish we're back in New York or things that you experienced abroad where you were like next time. If I want to do things this way, the things that you learned there is definitely different cultures with the national sets up, and I think some things that countries can learn from each of, you know, I had a great time working on still Alice would I guess, doing eleven hour days took pretty rigorously to that because of Juliane is a working mom. So we wanted to respect that. But in Europe, they have this thing where you do like a continuous day. So you work for nine hours lunch time doesn't exist so you never stopped the lunch. So you just keep working. An even though you only have nine hours. Everyone works really hard because everyone's happy. It'd be on a nine hour day and you don't get that slump after lunch. And you really don't feel that you've lost time at the end of the day. So I was very much like, oh, wow, the seventies you can work day with you crew. You can go and watch rushes together. You can go out and have dinner, and then you can sleep. It's like really nice. Whereas I think American production has got very obsessed with using every single daylight our into the shoot. So there was a a more European schedule and and people like to, and it was something I think I would if I was working America for certain certain aspects of the shoe, it would work really, really well to do these continuous days. Does anyone in the audience? Have a question. Yes. Okay. So the question is to repeat, was she associated about Dominic wise, the casting of Dominic and she is so associated him with the fair on the wire, and she was wondering about the decision to cast him in this role as Willie. It was Cussing. Willie was a little tricky. We cast I and you know, really excite when Kira came on. And then we waited to cuss Willie because it has to be matched to Colette and we have to Willie was fourteen years older than and Dominic about fourteen years old and Keira that that was actually a fortunate coincidence. The main reason was that you have to be invested in the marriage all the way through the story. So even though he behaves despicably e still have to understand how he got away with an how she had an enduring affection for him. So we felt Dominic was someone who could, you know, just have the wit charm, the energy, the life and soul of the party and do things behaving very badly, but yet. So how this wink, this way of getting away with it. I think as close to the spirit of the original character of Willie. From the way Colette writes about him. So think in a heavier more so of villainous Willie, I think it would have been just so. Painful to to see her so of, you'd wonder why the hell she such an intelligent woman doesn't get out, get out cow, but instead like wanted to see the complications that men can use to oppress women. Of course, it's cultural. It's social is financial, economic is legal, but it's also emotional pressure and it's also sexual crusher, and it's also kind of just like personal charm that someone can use against someone as.
"westmoreland" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"I was also hoping you talk a little bit about the score. I saw the film the first time a couple of weeks ago, and I why sickled home and the kind of waltz of the of the movie was still in my head and his so infectious. And so lovely. And I just I know you worked with a composure. You've known for years, but never worked with before. I worked with the composer Tom Perez who is known for his work in opera. He did the exterminating angel last year in New York was this really mind blowing opera? And he's also his whole career is based kestrel classical music. He'd never done a film before, and I was when I started thinking about the world of Colette an Oli incredible creativity that was around music at the turn of century in France. And you have rebel who's just breaking the rules of composition, and you have not with his very particular style and you have to say, and before that Camille son song, and I sort of. As Tom about, like, what do you think about this kind of world? And he really gave me some key pieces of it in so well, and then it was like a dream of Egypt's. It should have this sort of thing that is kind of reaching a bit towards modernism in Santa goes, oh, let me throw him hats in and did this incredible piece for the dream of Egypt. So blown away, I was like Tom Jones, the whole score. He's like, yeah. He'd never done it before. He just writes with a pencil on the scoresheet and this know like big. Bank of computers, Mideast things like composes. So we had to kind of build a little bit around him book. It was so because he went back to those original sources, those original composer that time to build the score and really came out of in that time. It's a fifteen year period going from late nineteenth century romanticism into early twentieth century modernism field development in the school as Colette develops, and he'd just so wonderful. You know, I, I'm just thrilled everytime era. Most beautiful school. Thank you. So I wasn't because this is a DJ screening. I was going to ask you a little bit about production. I know you made a film in New York still Alice with a fabulous Newark crew. And then since then you've gone to Hungary and made this film in Hungary in Paris and Budapest Paris and London or outside of London. And then since making this film now you've made a film in Japan, and I was just wondering about. First off, I was wondering about the DJ deal. If you were able to work as a DJ director in Europe and you said, yes, that was part of your deal. I hope I mean that that that your deal was done through the through the in a very flexible about directs working abroad. Right. I was curious if that was a difficult thing for you to negotiate as a American director working like, were they reluctant to pay residuals to the air to that go very smoothly thoughtfully. Find the produces signed on for all the DJ terms. It wasn't screened to skill though which because most of the cuss was coming out Britain anyway, wasn't a huge problem, but the issues came up if did cast an American actor who was inside could have create a problem. So we really focused on England and the UK for the cast. But yeah, it was, yeah. Very good. Even for the set visit. I think Noah quite keen..
"westmoreland" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"It was also a sometime because you know things were getting very difficult for him. But afterwards said, what do you want to do next? And he was just typing with his toe. CO l. e. t. t. is always collapse for him and he passed away two weeks layer. So so you know, after came out sort of deepest phase of grief, it was Klay what to do and by making a film, I was able in a way to keep working with him because I was working with the script that we saw Ford together and had so many of these ideas and so much of his wit in it. And I know him so well that Paul, my brain is still very much wide for it. So I still felt like if I got stuck on sack, kind of think, what would Richard do and go pretty clear answer. So still like co-directing in my process with him. It's really nice to seize name on the big. Green again. Thank you. Thank you. So when you look at this film all those years later, like with all the past for you in all its past in the culture, like does this, is this recognizably the film that you set out to make it still like when you look at this is like, yeah, that's what we imagined all those years ago, or is it really evolved? Well, the tool with gills on shell was in a first draft. The turtle estate throughout which was super from a Jayco who use one novel called against nature and seems so perfect for Colette in society. A lot of the structure is similar, I think, but it was so much there was so much detail in the original draft and there were a lot of diversions and it during the time. It really was a lesson for us in what was important in a story and really getting to the core of the story of the of herself struggling to find her voice. So that became our sort of principle distillation. And after while certain characters fell away and certain little kunas in the plot fell aside, and we really just got down to the film as his now. So I think if we've made to Phil Bennett would have been just a lot more kind of baroque and complicate dim bison team. I think it needed to find it's time still down distills. The pure alcohol is Colette. Very good. We're talking a little bit earlier about your casting for the film, especially some of the secondary roles that you're kind of thinking about the world that Colette existed in and trying to kind of represent it with actors that made sense for today. Maybe. Can you talk a little bubble? Definitely. I mean, superior peace over PROST is like will appear pieces all these rules that kind of make it quite a safe. John rea- Colette was anything both safe. And so there should be some way of rethinking conventions of period pieces. We send to be sort of bastion of whiteness or sexual propriety and collect wasn't like she was a sexual adventure. I mean, so many period pieces to spend two hours waiting to get engaged at the end and with she's in the bond with William I five minutes and then there's no negative consequence of her being sexual woman. So we like we wanted to capture with within the castor feeling of. Sort of opening up the cast into a very inclusive range of actors. So we cast trans man. Jake gaffe grafter play assisted Mangat onto highway. We cast a trans woman Rebecca route to play. The journalist rush shield who's assistant woman because the straight woman to play the by sexual debutante Georgie. Eleanor Tomlinson we cast an out lesbian actress, Fiona, sure to play mother. We cast. Asian, British actor rape, thanks to play pea over who in history was white, and we cast a Johnny k Palmer's Paul, hey, on who's a blackout, too. Again, in history was white and Koskela. It's not going absolute like verite realism has a twist of style because they actors so great. I feel it just all words and a lot of these things just kind of adult broke new ground. So while you walk into former quiet revolutions happening, yes, you can cuss transact insisted roles, yes, you can catch cast people of color in white roles. Actors be actors, but invite everybody to the party ruling..
Woman eaten alive by scabies in Georgia nursing home
"And twenty three and me deny sharing genetic information with police investigators use dna to tie joseph diangelo to a dozen murders and closer fifty rapes and break ends across california genetic material from the crime scene was referenced against genealogy databases until an exact match was located abc's brad garrett a former fbi agent he says some states allow police to use these types of resources law enforcement has to have permission to do it and there are ten states california being one of them those where the state has authorized law enforcement to do these type of dna searches at least eight states at this point allow officials to search private genetic databases a firestorm has erupted in one virginia community following the publishing of an ad for the kkk outrage in colonial beach virginia after the community newspaper called the westmoreland news printed a frontpage recruitment ad for the ku klux klan shocked police chief danny plot contacted the editor shakes playing that she wanted to put it in there to show people that those of us in colonial beach virginia and the nation who think there's not racism there is plot says the editor never expected the outcry the paper did run a disclaimer saying it in no way supports the ku klux klan or what it stands for jim chrysalis cbs news and a warning now to the listener this next story contains some graphic details a pathologist says a woman who died at a georgia nursing home was eaten alive ninety three year old rebecca sunny died from escapees infestation scabies are small mites borrow into flesh lay eggs and feed stay health officials were notified several times about scabies at that nursing home but no action was taken right now it is estimated that hundreds of millions of mites.
"westmoreland" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Is a team sport that's should be the first thing that he does once he gets confirmed ambassador general gentlemen i can't thank you enough i know it's late at night when we've been our our tension has been pulled in several different directions but we would not try to have this conversation without both of you thank you both very much german ambassador mcfaul over to the big board steve kornacki we've been watching you while we've been having our conversation you've been consulting with your team and looking at your giant laptop what do you have all right we get some more numbers for you just to kind of further clarify the situation again connerly and lead by five hundred seventy nine votes district wide right now we've been talking about this idea that the absentee ballots ended up favoring democrats even in these read areas we got a little more information on that we said awhile ago everything came in westmoreland that includes the absentee ballots look at this in the election day vote here in westmoreland this is the harder republican really eighteenth district here in the election day vo cone one by fifteen points then they went and they candidate the absentee ballots cone whitney he wanted by four points so in this big republican county where soco's trying to make up he only beat by four points in those eighteen hundred or so absentee ballots that were counted that's why he didn't make a real dent really any in that lead so again you can see we've been speculating it's still speculation we got to see but certainly history says this will happen what we've seen tonight says this will happen in elaborate ahead in his absentee votes in allegany he's done in westmoreland in washington where again tonight sokoto running fifty three percent in the election day vote in washington that's the election if this same thing happens that's an eleven point different if that happened cones going to be sitting down there at forty two in the absentee could lose significant ground to lamb get down here in green there's only two hundred won't know till tomorrow what this is all building towards right now.
"westmoreland" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"We're we're trying to make french fries here again this is just what we know now is we think that there are a grand total of about nine thousand uncounted votes left that we just had an update here let's do a little bit a quick math you're okay you can see your the march now is inside of a thousand that goes to nine hundred eighteen the gap now succumb within nine hundred eighteen of lamb i am going to check this let me see if i can do this on the fly right here it actually i got a check if this came from we thought there might be a few precincts left here in westmoreland or if this was in allegany but you see you've got a little bit just ever so slightly came in there and the gap now again it is within a thousand so a little bit closer to succumb right there as i said we think we have nine thousand now a little bit less than nine thousand votes to be counting their sokoto trying to basically make up here in nine hundred vote gap steve how long it's gonna take them the cop those nine thousand votes at this rate it might be a while but no i i mean it really is westmoreland came in real fast let me see if i get him up on the screen because he westmoreland came in real fast i got just see if it's sort of the last remaining precincts here that's what we were looking at and that would if that's the case that would limit us we'd be down to allegheny washington remember green off the board and steven we will come back to you whenever whenever you say a john alter anyone who's watching this who's ever sat at home thinking i'm not sure if my vote counts.
"westmoreland" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)
"You know completely inconsequential compared to the imperatives of the big green machine the us army and general william westmoreland uh in so you know looking back on it i think admit in some ways probably the dizzy 'em coup in in 1963 was was the turning point that's when south vietnam lost any hope of internal stability and end the war became americanized by overthrowing em we kind of took responsibility ownership of of vietnam and that's what set the stage for the uh horrors that followed could you walk that back even further i seem to recall a scene um from early nineteen sixty one with the arrival of the kennedy administration win lansdale in washington um it has a brief meeting with new defense secretary robert mcnamara um and and if you could use talk briefly about that because when i when i read the book it seemed to me that this was sort of a clash of spreadsheets versus hearts and minds an sort of the the bodybag spreadsheet account one that's exactly right this was you know uh robert mcnamara the new secretary of defense former head of the ford motor company harvard business school graduate uh what would today be called a quant somebody who who thought that numbers held the the truth to to understanding the world uh was completely at odds with add lansdale who was you know a ucla drop out now but had actually knocked around asia for a lot of years and was much more in tune with the feelings of the people and so you know one lansdale uh showed up in mcnamara's office in in 1960 want he was carrying a load of these rusty muskets and and simple spears and other weapons that had been taken from the viet cong caked in mud and blood and that lansdale i picked up on a recent trip to vietnam and he dumped those on mcnamara's immaculate spotless desk and said you know mr secretary these are the weapons being used by our enemies they're not a sophisticated as our weapons on the people were using them don't look anything like our soldiers they were blocked pajamas and you wouldn't even think of them as as being soldiers but they're very effective in fact they're looking our side because.