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"william moore" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

05:07 min | 6 months ago

"william moore" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"And so to come out last night, they shot 23% from deep. They won by 20. They only shot under 30% 11 times this season. They once sorry, 22 times this season. They won 7 of those games. They only won two of those games by more than 15 points. So in general, when they shot poorly from three, it was a close game that two games they won were both against Orlando, not a good team, right? Yeah. So to have that kind of shooting night from deep and still win the game, I think there's a great sign. They were able to get to the line. They were able to score and transition. They played excellent defense. My other takeaway from last night, I actually had this takeaway coming into the game. I tweeted about it before the game had played out while I wrote about it after the game for 98, 5 supports of dot com. We need to give Al Horford some serious credit here. He really do. Because but he's so different when rob is out there, because that allows him to be a little bit more free. I'm sure, right? Where he doesn't have to be that paint anchor because he knows he's got robbed there. Even more base level than that. Coming into the season, right? Horford, it looked like he was acquired as a salary dump move. He only played half the season last season. They said they were going to have to manage his minutes. They did. They ultimately did, he was a guy, it seemed like he wasn't going to be able to play back to backs, three or fours, things like that. They didn't have him do it. He only played 60 something games. I think it was 68 games, the average 29 minutes a night. Now you get into the playoffs. In the last set, they've played 9 games in the last 17 days. They've been every other day since game three of the Milwaukee series. Yeah, it's insane. In that span. Horford is playing 8 more minutes a night than he was during the regular season. He's up to 36.6 minutes a night. He's nearly averaging a double double in that span 12.9 rebounds per game. And when you look at it, they've had Marcus smart miss time. They've had Robert Williams missed a ton of time. Derek white, like they have it. They're rotations kind of been a mess. The guy who we thought they were going to have to be careful with in limit has carried them. Think about it. If Horford needed maintenance nights, you're looking at increased minutes for Daniel tice. You're maybe playing grant. Williams Moore is the 5, you're maybe having Aaron E Smith on the floor, but now orphan has been able to give them consistent quality minutes every night. I don't think anybody was counting on that. Even halfway through the season, even when they started going this run and it was clear they were going to make the playoffs. Horford playing every other night, 35 minutes a night in the playoffs sounded like a ludicrous idea. The fact he's been able to do that is stabilize the rotation as they've dealt with all these injuries as Robert Williams has been in and out of the lineup. That has been such a huge factor for them. It hasn't been talked about enough, but I think he deserves a ton of credit. Not even necessarily for the way he's playing, but for how much he's been available throughout these playoffs and been able to kind of help as the injuries have really taken a point, taking a toll..

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"william moore" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

06:31 min | 8 months ago

"william moore" Discussed on The Vergecast

"Pierce is here. Hello. I'm your friend who will always share his Netflix password. Always. No questions asked. No matter what. You can VPN into my house. And even when we break up and you keep ruining my Netflix recommendations, I will not take away your access because I'm just that good a person. It's funny because I want to take away max's access because she's really ruining my recommendation. It's huge problem. It's the children, once they're in there, Netflix has no idea what. Is it just all CoComelon now? It's all compelling. Liam are prediction on the virtuous and create in the producer of decoder, both worked on a kids show called Gabby's dollhouse, which is great. And max likes it, and I'm happy to support those two. I just don't need it in my recommendations. I've always thought Netflix needed a button that's just like a regret button where you're like, I should never have watched this. I'm so sorry. Please take this out of my recommendations forever. They were supposed to give this one. We were supposed to get like a forget button. Okay, I want to talk about that in a minute. First of all, I just want to point out David was like employee wanted the verge in 2010. True. You've been on a journey through the wilderness, and now you're back. Yeah, it was just I was just looking for you looking for love and looking for new. It's all it was. For years. I miss you too. No, it's both very weird and very good to be back. It kind of feels like no time has passed. It also feels like it has been a literal eternity since I have done a verge cast. Yeah. You were on stage with us at the ten year event with Joanna, but I think the last time was like 7 years ago, formally that you did a virtuous with us. Yeah, still, mercifully the only time anyone has made me cry on a podcast. Which is a thing I would very much like to keep. Welcome back, David. We've got a new goal for you, buddy. If we don't get to tears the next 90 minutes, I don't know what we're doing here. Listen, if CNN plus can't do it to me, nothing can. So let's talk about the news. David's here. Everybody welcome him. You can tweet at him. He's at pierce. It's great. It's great to have you here. We're very excited. We've got big plans to expand the show with David. You're going to see him on the site in a bunch of ways. It's going to be fun. All right, let's talk about streaming. And really what I want to talk about is not CN plus or Netflix losing subscribers. I want to talk about this very simple idea that you just brought up, which is every streaming app should have a button that's like play, but don't count it. Yes. I call it the I feel bad about this button. Yeah. Don't put this in your data. I want it for Spotify. I want it for everything. I want to listen to this thing or watch this thing, but please don't tell anyone and don't remember that I did it. I would use it all the time. That's all I want. Incognito mode basically. Yeah, the show ain't a hit that play, but don't pretend that this was, I did this. This time I feel about Moon Knight. I'm watching that shit. But I don't think that this is a good show. Could anyone should be watching? Right, yeah, I don't want you to hold this in your viewership metrics. I don't want you to use it to decide how much money you're going to pay Oscar Isaac. This sucks, and I want you to know it, but I am going to watch it. If ever Disney+ releases metrics on Moon Knight, I'm just going to follow that on me. But minus one. I didn't do that willingly. It was just Wednesday and nothing else was happening. Sorry. It's a very bad thing. We're going to have Charles William Moore, our new TV critic on the show soon to talk about all the startup shows, and I really just want to talk to you about moonlight the whole time. So don't tell him. He thinks he's coming on to talk about super pumped and we crashed and all that. It's just an hour of me being like, why did they make an ABC TV movie from the 90s on Disney+? That is the level of quality of the show. I'm sure there are Moon Knight fans out there, and I encourage you to tweet it. I have not watched Moon Knight and now it's a hell of a sales pitch. You just did. I can not wait. It's so bad. It has the production quality of your sea quest DSV. It's right in that pocket. Also as a talking dolphin, it's wild how similar they are. What's going on in the show? Anyway, the actual streaming services we were going to talk about. What sort of Netflix? Because Netflix is a juggernaut. I think it's going to be fine, but they just saw subscribers for the first time in over a decade. They announced they're going to do an advertising tier. And they are going to crack down on sharing Netflix accounts the same password across households. That's a lot of change. And I would say people lost their minds. Yes, when all this happened. So I would say my big take on this is that two of those three things you just said are super, super interesting. I think the fact that Netflix lost 200,000 subscribers in a quarter is like a small thing worth noting, but not ultimately the harbinger of anything long term. Everything changes. There are only so many humans in the world who will ever subscribe to Netflix. Those numbers are going to go up and down a little more than they have. That does not strike me as all that interesting. I think the ad future of Netflix is fascinating. And I think the password thing is going to be super interesting. And it was really incredible to watch the response to this because everybody went from Netflix is the juggernaut. It's the future of TV to in the course of one earnings release, being like, well, Netflix is over. So I have to do this closures. Vox media is a company. We all work at it. NBC, which owns peacock, which streaming service NBC is minority investor in Fox media, which we all work at. That's done by Comcast Comcast. The verge is making a Netflix show. It's actually coming out soon. It's gonna be really exciting. I'm the EP of that show. Vox media as a company makes shows for all these streaming services. There's a show on CNN plus which we're going to talk about. The vox has shown Netflix. All the things you could think of, but our show is our show, and we get to say whatever we want. I just make the disclosures. That's the disclosure block. You can't tell me I didn't. You did it. That was great. I wear it like Moon Knight. Where's the suit? All throughout moonlight, there's just like where the suit and he's like, no, it's like, that's your whole job. That's the one thing we want to see from you. How do we segment that back to Netflix? The one thing we want to see from them is more subscribers. Yes. So Netflix loses 200,000 subscribers. There's some underlying data stuff to think about there because they left Russia so they hadn't left the Russian market and maybe they would have picked up slightly, but it doesn't matter because net, they lost 200,000 subscribers. They are focused on that subscriber lost, particularly in North America, which is a big, big deal. This is the market that saturated. And they are attributing it to. There's a lot of competition now. There is Disney+ is Apple TV plus Apple TV plus just want an Oscar, their show is really good..

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"william moore" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"william moore" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Scratching your head, going, oh, I can't for Christmas. I like by the person I care about. Shares of the race horse. I don't do it if your girlfriend has no interest in racing or if your boyfriend is no interest in racing. And you're like, here, you've got shares of the racehorse. And then you can go racing along with them. Because that should be then twisted around. Like, if you did that, Louis, you're a girlfriend should just go, you know what? I'm gonna bring my friend to the races, screw you and just flip it on you. But it's a really cool thing that someday are doing and you can do that all about Sunday. I still have to tweet out the link and apologies to learn from not doing that. We'll get that source of that. But she was good at Granger. She beats roaring Porter. By 5 and a half lengths. So again, the mayor is an officer of division just had three horses command over the weekend. The three of them look as though they're very, very talented. I know kaluki sportsbook, in particular, we're taking Macron G this is the horse that they chose. She won division two of that made and hurdle the first division being won by going on the other. But LA bell is 8 statues 8s and grungy is 9s. For the children festival, so it's a tight betting market for the mare's not necessarily this season. And you don't know what would have happened. And again, it's kind of pointless trying to decide whether needed the terrier is going to get her or a bell just sees her off comfortably. But the obstacles are there to be jumped, and she did jump it, and she's got chopped them for him. So I would probably lean towards statue at the moment just because of William Moore's form. But that would then also include. So we'll have to see. Phil doer in the triumph hurdle market. So he wins the bar one racing juvenile hurdle. Grade three. This race has been won by the late great arcana. Back in 2012, wow. Who bolted up, it's also been won by the likes of the late great eSport the land who would go on and win a champion hurdle. Zanny here took it last year and we were all firmly on the center here, trying to train and they derailed badly come. That being said for Phil d'or. So this horse was taking on lunar power, a smart juvenile who has won twice in the sense that she wanted her final start in the flood over a month for. She's one her maiden or juvenile hurdle. And she's one that very comfortably with Brian Cooper and the saddle for null mead. And the fact that she's given philidor of battle here, I think is a massive asset to him as is the way he travels through his races. I'm not mad about the price. I'm not exactly enamored with 5s for a horse in the triumph hurdle, considering the fact that there are so many races that we still have to see, the Adonis that captain Bing won, and that's months away. But if you've backed filled or for the triumph hurdle and you've got yourself a decent price, fair play here. Yeah, he's probably the Clubhouse leader so far as you know in the juvenile hurdling division on what he's done. Definitely. I think he did what he was entitled to do. He wouldn't like a 7 default on favorite should probably a little bit cozier. You know, than the winning margin suggested what my calls have similarly enough to was under here or even, you know, like a colleague he obviously is a horse who I could already see getting two and a half miles. Yeah. You know, fairly easily. I don't think he's an out and out pace two mile. But what he did it well, you know, himself and Luna palo well clear of the third, it's not a division two enthusiasts. You know, I tend to, you know, wait till like you said till we see the Adonis and I'll leave it till March to have a bet in the triumph now by I guess the other thing to say would be obviously don't forget about dunk scale and horse you'll be in France and was a very impressive winner at Warwick, the same race at scalable, we've all been kind of called in this world. So far in France, Philip's getting a lot a lot more of the column inches at the minute and like you said he's amphipods favorite for the transfer, but he's already been beaten by a horse who was arguably as impressive as who has been as impressive. As anything field dollars done in Ireland, I like it in this world. I think he's going to be a very, very smart type. He bolted up at work. Absolutely voltage. And it was very strong in the market as well. So that's a well worth mentioning. It's interesting how these horses develop. But by the way, breaking news Santa San.

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"william moore" Discussed on Historically Thinking

Historically Thinking

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"william moore" Discussed on Historically Thinking

"As is often point out by alumni but the university of virginia thomas. Jefferson's tombstone declares foundation of that university as his third great achievement but does not mention his presidency of the united states. Jefferson had a vision of what a great university could and should be the political talent and allies to see that vision implemented. That vision was an intimate part of his republican political philosophy. I was hopes and fears for the fate of the republic whose creation he had participated as andrew. Shaughnessy writes in his new book. The illimitable freedom of the human. Mind thomas jefferson's idea of universty acknowledging that his ideas utopian jefferson regarded himself as idealist when benefit humankind proof society in. Offer a happier life. Andro shaughnessy is vice. President of the thomas jefferson foundation monticello. The saunders director of the barber International center for jefferson studies is most recent book was the man who lost america british leadership the american revolution in the state of empire which was awarded george washington book prize. Andro shaughnessy welcomed historically thinking low. Allan thank you very much. Indeed for inviting me onto shug. Will we on your patch. Were in the right next to your office in the center for jefferson studies and sort of on a my well. Our mutual patch early virginia. And i promised a don't indulge my own patch my my own struggle passions all that much of the pint cast not a podcast about revolution. Early national america. But this time. I heard to dive in to avoid as i sent you an email. Avoid talking about things like gum. The reverend james murray's the particulars of his theology or charleston versus political philosophy so on various other obscure virginia politicians who are extremely important at the time a backman made the best politicians tended to stay in state legislatures. Don't leave aside. So let's talk about. Thomas jefferson and his early life in many ways. You serve confirm what. I've always suspected that. So much of the design of university of virginia is based on thomas. Jefferson's early learning. I did not say education. I said what he actually learned. He took out of his education described his early education and his from you know from his childhood best. We know it as central components of his vision idea. The unionist is a community with professors. Must play paternal role elicits reflected in his own ellie education college. William and. Mary was especially important in the wall. Lay professor on the faculty. Williams moore who was scottish and Encountered the scholarship light exposed jefferson to sciences really a very role education but more importantly introduced into his friends jolt. Twigs would become a professor of law In in america of college. William and mary and francis faulk ya. The jaffna news have musical evenings intellectual evenings together a and he regarded. That really is what it would most. I to attain in his youth this Stir of compensation social gathering an intellectual dialogue. Yeah to you. Have some response that you cite between move back to our list of obscure. Virginia politicians little tazewell Waller yes whose father grandfather educated in a very well and then sent him to. George whipped when he was like twelve to learn hebrew and greek. But he will he described from with and what sent george tucker described who's with successor as Progressive law way. Mary news this deep. Deep studying in with parlor Very exhorting oxbridge mangas. Going to use to study even though with had no connection to oxford anywhere of But it was very. It was very much lived where the teacher is. Also a is pi day. They they are. They are something that the students student student is studying the teacher as well as the subject and that seems to jefferson seems to have wanted to from the very beginning to create that hostility in future college. The it's amazing. How early this begins though. Yeah there's what's the first year that he begins his ideas of education reform in establishing a new kind of college. Sir really begins in seventeen seventy nine. I argued bull in a way intellectually disposed. Do why do you think that just the breakfast. His interest and his love of teaching Discovery to be a low. I've seen it mentioned many times. I've never really reflected on the way that he would invite young people sometimes to can stay with him. He gives them reading. This will greatly with them for era with would do forgets. Even if he wasn't teaching them law like they would just stay with him tutor on those two. Here's jefferson even after. He stopped practicing law after he hated practicing wall. Ryan apparently may still teaching people law. Yes people still read law with him. It remains the those base Subject but he was great. Believe that to study law. You have to have a up background and spend at least three years reading subject terrorist which is interesting because it's there many investors today which allegedly teach north graduate degree is idea robbery flex participants actually to educational Foles seventy nine. during the american revolution. The dates is remarkable because benedict donald at british beginning. Their reigns on the coast of virginia would any beat Actually invaded virginia. It's interesting how jefferson's still thinking of the postal sasaski at house would make it that. 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"william moore" Discussed on Emocje a zycie

Emocje a zycie

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"william moore" Discussed on Emocje a zycie

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"william moore" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

09:33 min | 1 year ago

"william moore" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Bit struggling with his last started epsom's undulations I think that's what got him. Beat on the day but back to new market. Yeah he can run big rice saying he's going to win the race but eager and big race so Spirit answer would be. My main selection naval commander. It'll be my my Swing for the fences one. What about you mean selection undergo A huge and we haven't seen him yet and i'll go each way for data protection. I would just say that. I think a better drawer. He'd be very hard to be. Unfortunately doesn't eighty one by the way. William moore chris classic and allen claiming that incredibly valuable seven pounds at the last race. We're going to talk about is A trip to the arlen so recording from cork today and this is the alan smurfit. Memorial burswood stakes. This is become an incredibly important race in terms of finding out. Who's going to be big players over the next season's although high-definition mentioned that name too much But see. The stars took this on route to his incredible three-year-old campaign. And all of the last ten renews have been won by a number on and i think he's darby horses luxembourg and i expect him to win we've no betting which is really frustrating because we have declarations we. Have we have full dex. It's it's a. It's a saturday race and yet no bookmaker is pricing it up. why why. Why do we not have prices this account on descended anyway. Luxembourg is at one run and a very impressive win. I thought he was sent off. Favourite that day domenico. Brian is actually just taken out His batty you're going to be very low pronunciation and i'm pretty sure butchered anyway Who's the new york. Oh so we're wondering impressively and maybe that's why there's no bedding policies bookmakers. You're off the hook because he would have been a major player. Manu accord we talked about before hunt was probably on lookie Add liberte said unless some out. E- run a big race behind. He's all atomic jones who Beat him on. Debut and big things have been expected of this. He's only got the one win from five stars but he's in there again for Jim bolger But luxembourg i think will will take an awful lot of beating here We have no prices women. Now we don't want to say about this race is the. I think it's brilliant that there's a horse of money at coordinates ability in this because he says the standard on one which broadly runs to a standard is is a roman serve which we can clean how well the race is gonna match off in the future. So horse beets monday at today. We know that he's running amok better better than hundreds and sue and is a law fewest ought to do so. I think they need to this. You can do that and annoyingly. Been his deal has been non one. Because i thought you'd have a really good job. I love the way you could conduct lonnie and beat to white horse. Who's been in into as luxembourg. It colonie as well Very easily indeed in a very nice performance and the time was not amazing. But you know it was just very very visually impressive. And i think you're absolutely right in saying that. He's the dhabi always for next year. This is a race. The trainer just loves to win. He's only who was in this contest. I think that speaks volumes and provide. This doesn't get become tactical even if it does to be honest link luxemburgo. Visual evidence is going off pace to handle it anyway. But i think he's the one to be and i think you'll probably win fairly well. Chicago's soldier and to wake or look a little bit too. Exposed to eight renews that tongue twice a make a big difference. And he's been put in his place by luxembourg already unlocks about having his first run. Yes you had to give it a little bit of way. But there was no chance could be opinion. Chicago soldiers is not enough so far and the only mentioned we haven't mentioned is swollen bay. It wanna go in a five length rump. It was a good performance. The rice wasn't particularly strong. I think it's fair to say and anchorage who's beaten second has been put in his place fairly easily and other types of races similar to this one on swan bay did well. He's the of host meter will need step of in tripping future. He's got appropriate long action. Think could be suited by Tomorrow in the hall in slime ball just stunting you'll be good enough to trouble. Luxembourgers go pace. On debuts clearly highly regarded and the owning toolbox is the ruins to new market but if luxembourg is is the only good chance at the Ryan is winning a good rice than you're gonna stand while he's gone to new market because a couple of group once he could win so for me. It's luxembourg inox spoken swollen by disappointed if money were code a oneness. Even though he's got a raise. Because i just feel like you know what i mean. I feel like yeah. It'd be game. Yeah because the who's in second and third words of fulfilled that potential or least what they showed loss timeout in untroubled menu code. Nothing that would be a shame. So hopefully luxembourg will prove to good here and to gin style. I'm we'll have yet. Another a nebraskan contend us look forward to next year for this classics on camera out of a daniel. What he certainly bread phrase knee beautifully This is so much liked this source and a loved his debut So i think in terms of the one hundred and fifty thousand guineas yearling. That's nothing come back to me when you're talking about horse cost six hundred grand. Now we're talking New york city for example cost six hundred k. By the way Now now now. We're talking about a proper horse but aden's two year olds are absolutely flying and i with With the new yorker source out of this race. I would be bitterly disappointed if he was beaten and backed him for the darby already. I'll be completely awesome it. I've done that. But i i agree with you that it would be. I'd be happy if manoeuver record second. I would be gossard. If my new record beats luxembourg absolutely devastated this race benz as for exactly the reasons that you've explained so yeah we have to wait and see what kind of a price is going to be wondering what pricey they'll put them in actually is a really good question interesting because with the hype surrounding him. I'm with that vision impression and with this whole field on with two of those run as brady holding. no chance. you'd think it's really between three of the month. Luxembourg could easily starts off. Won't even money plus zone. Yeah even money would would be what i would be thinking and i and i think even money is bordering on fair because swan bay has to be a massive contender amana record. Is you know men accord so it just makes sense that looks and is the one that number ten rules. It may as well be twenty. This is basically his race and the fact that they've chosen to run him over anything else as you said is is fascinating bush Even money i think would be would be reasonable for luxembourg. That'd be fair so we'll see how at what is your best bet of the weekend. Different all gonna damnedest at a. I think he's about twenty five twenty eight to one another think Considering ease fa me a hundred plus rated force in the future off a ninety ninety-two without first on tvs and the step up to a mile will not one story of to finish his when he dealt really strongly. I think he's a massive bryce. I agree I'm still going to stick with spirit. Dancer though and i think hms endeavor is the better the weekend eighteen to one eighteen one endeavor you insane i mean thanks. Thank you very much. We'll take that that's it. What are you next on racing. Tv moment. i think. I'm gonna jump on saturday so once. All the excitement of newmarket is finished. You can shoot for cracking weather coal. 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"william moore" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"william moore" Discussed on No Agenda

"Put that together good. Let's thank if you feel for show Seventeen thirteen seventy starting with melody fingers. Oto one hundred ninety three dollars. She was some jobs karma and you know this is families given us so much. We're not even going to wait till the we're going to give it to her now. Jobs jobs jobs and jobs. That's the job is royalty. so that's gets. She gets any level. Rodney lillibridge in lewiston. Idaho comes in with one thirty three thirty three thomas koenig at one eleven eleven barron laeken one hundred david. David fukuzawa comes with ninety three fifty seven. Which is very much combining ninety. Three and fifty seven beautiful. He says happy birthday. And he's talking to you. Thank you thank you. So now we have a bunch of ninety three dollar donors. I'm going to mention a just the name and location. And they're all celebrating your birthday. D- starting with brent dombrowski and circuit board. James agee melody fukuzawa's again here in gladstone oregon. Moving her up to associate executive producer. Roger that disease combined to be Two hundred eighty six dollar. So we're gonna do Jacoby jackal beena kuhnen in raw smolin. Bre shears in cookeville tennessee head christina p henry in michelle walk i walk a walk. Indiana ryan ragle in encino california and sir beaked bum in aurora colorado. Where there's no beaches. Salem gone with salem. Mad jen in thome ball. Texas hold on ninety two welcoming new human resource willow jane to the world today. Welcome human resource on the list for the birthdays. Ninety two twenty-one calvin mccaren niassa seventy nine twenty-seven dame bang bang seventy seven seventy seven dame for in lady beafore barron net of dakhla georgia in georgia. Seventy four ninety three which is again a combination of happy birthday. Call out numbers sir. Dude named jeff. Seventy three seventy three which another combination west stewart in mesa arizona. Six six six six. stephanie valencia. In anderson california anderson. That's split piece soup thing is if you driving down the freeway you stop and have some split soup essien faria in marietta georgia fifty-seven and as you're all she wants a d. Douching douched Wishes me happiest birthdays of all. Thanks for keeping me sane and a big douchebag call out to her husband rusty shackelford staff rusty so these are all the fifty seven donors that fifty seven dollars saying happy. Fifty-seven birthday to adam curry. Thank you now. We'll reprieve this on sunday. 'cause you're birthdays actually tomorrow so if you missed out on this which you probably may have you may have you have one more shot. Well certainly seems like more people of you on your birthday but my birthday actually fell on a show day. True that that's the different. Copy that copy that copy that christopher burge in dallas chris corallo in driftwood texas matthew smith in northwestern. I would say this your two combined days will beat it. 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That's it that's your group okay. There's quite a few Grow thank you very much really appreciate it. Good avin flow. Men's next fifty five fifty five has got a birthday call out for someone he's in the uk dame akhara of camden hills and saint charles illinois fifty five twelve as we get to the end. The marcus muller fifty five eleven william moore in saint charles illinois to defy ten and now these are fifty dollars. Donors name location than that. Wraps it ryan braun in hebron Kentucky giambra can in eureka california jill woods in ocean grove jersey timothy more in arlington texas. Thomas connec enlist rob denmark world. Happiest place Herbert has in spring texas. Jason marar and portland oregon brent shuki in lake worth florida tommy laying in castle pines colorado. Heather johnson in lincoln nebraska. Andrew oxygen ham knoxville tennessee. Who's night i believe. Sir andrew watson fair hope Alabama joseph barnes and oakland california. I each kid ago in san francisco unless at least sir. Brian watson in raleigh north carolina. Thank everybody that contributes to this fine day which is a happy birthday. Call for adam. Curry my partner on this fabulous show. Thank you all divorced out out. Copy that copy that thank you very much is highly appreciated as feels good. Good birthday good birthday week. Very very happy. Thank you for supporting the no agenda show. You are producing it after all. It's your responsibility on one quick. Note if you there's a people are doing things seen on social media a lot. They're doing screen shots so they're on their phone. They see something oh screen shot and then they send it or they posted. If you're if you're emailing something to john awry just a screen. Shot is useless. It's quite useless on social media to we need the link so please not just a screen shots. Well you know. 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"william moore" Discussed on The Edition

The Edition

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"william moore" Discussed on The Edition

"Don't not. Is you know some people. Do get a reaction to the vaccination. They get a mild fever. They don't feel very well. If you're lethargic and those are very well documented side effects this again and again that could have some impact on your menstrual cycle. So you know there. There's some underlying reasoning behind. What's going on in this situation. And as i wouldn't want to stop women feeling concerned on reporting any concerns about the periods. I was the token the piece about pregnant women on the vaccine at the moment is the current advice from the college of obstetricians and gynecologists to women who are considering having the vaccine which strongly recommending having the vaccine now and i know this has been a challenge over the last few months because we went from a situation at the beginning of the year where it wasn't recommended because we didn't have enough data to a few months later with where the i said yes. Please consider having this. Now we've got more data more issuing data to now a situation where because we've got much improved data about the vaccine and its potential effects side effects etc that we now have moved to a situation where we strongly recommending women consider having the vaccination and i certainly every consultation i have with every pregnant woman is a see i talk about it now. And why is that well. We know really clearly that although stilled the majority of women who get covered in pregnancy we'll have a mild moderate illness. Flu like illness will not be serious. While a proportion will become seriously unwell on those this are admitted and at the moment here in the u. k. Those numbers are still going up. But we've seen a number of really seriously. Ill poli women in my own unit over the last few weeks and you can one of the women that are in admitted to hospital about one in ten of those will end up in intensive care unit and you significantly increase the risk of premature birth as a consequence of that for your baby as well. So the potential downsides are getting covert and getting seriously unwell are quite large whereas the reassuring safety data we now have about the vaccination two hundred thousand women data from two hundred thousand women. No major safety concerns again is really reassuring for women about you. Know when the considering the pros and cons of vaccination jessica one one of the points making the pieces. I actually felt quite nervous writing this piece for two reasons. Really one of c writing about my period and the spectators. Not something i usually do. So i thought quite nervous about being accused of being anti vox even though both vaccines. I'm very very pro. Vaccines and i think it's striking that lots of women's saying some things to me that that part of the vaccines and they noticed changes to that period. They have preferred not talk about. Because i worried about her. It might come across. Do you think women are a bit nervous about talking about the effects. The vaccine might be having that periods. Because they're worried about being accused of being anti. Vox definitely and i think that there are concerns or risks whether you get the vaccine and whether you don't get the vaccine i there is overwhelming data supporting that it is beneficial to get the vaccine to save lives. And you know to help yourself. But needless to say like. I think that if this is just a symptom this disrupt in. A menstrual cycle is part of the vaccine. That is something that you know. The government should let people know upfront. If you know you're gonna have a headache and a sore arm. The government needs to let people know where the medical community you know. You may also have it disrupt in your menstrual cycle. And not only that. But i think that because this is kind of coming out of surprise for people and like you mentioned coming across as some sort of antibac- sir makes you ought to be the bad guy in this situation. It's difficult for people to come forward and talk about this but you know it's not black. This is a very great nuanced issue. And it's important to have these conversations and you know the truth be told yes. Vaccines portended saving lives. But it was rushed to get it out to people and more often than not periods are not always thought of and this could be something that happens to be the repercussion from decades if not centuries of a crucial reproductive function being forgotten and were dismissed because of a stigma and just find to one of the other points notion the pieces that women aged between sixteen twenty nine one of the groups who are actually most likely to refuse the job and i imagine it some of these wars feeding into that. What would your advice be to those women who are concerned about the the job affecting that period. So i would say to. The the evidence is if if the periods are changing transitioning it. This is not something that is going to carry on for months and months and months after they've had the period Happens at the same time. It is likely as i say in many cases to be coincidental. We don't have firm evidence as to why the vaccine should cause changes in new periods. The sunday's Again is the lack of plausible biological mechanisms. As to why your fertility can be effected and. I think this was a a myth that was propagated early. On in the stages of the vaccine had rollout and appeared on social media again and again and i do know there are lots of young women are concerned and quite rightly we will. Of course people who have younger are considering having children later on in life and don't want to do anything to put themselves at risk. Of course many younger people risks of actually having we don not as great in for many young people that doing this for the wide good rather than for their own pass no protection about i think i can be really reassuring that you. I don't think you'll pieces onto bucks. I don't think your facts. I think expressing some concerns. and airing. what's happened to you absolutely perfectly legitimate and valid but equally from my perspective as a medical professional looking at the evidence that we got we can be really reassuring about is for the vast vast vast majority of people are not going to get any significant side effects. It will protect them and it will protect the wider community. Which after all is really important especially if they themselves with wanting to get pregnant and then have the higher risks go along with pregnancy as well so and yet look at the evidence. Talk to somebody about it. Look at the college website. We've got really really good information on the on our college website and do trust the professionals homeless. We are really doing our best to try and help. Reassure people and provide all the evidence that we can as soon as we can recognizing that this was just is already set of at a faster faster rollout. But the data that we're getting is really reassuring jessica dr mount field. Thank you very much for joining. And finally while many people london for greener pastures during the pandemic already martin mandawa has moved back to the city of the thirty years of yorkshire living. He's now living in covent garden and says he couldn't be happier. He joins me now. Along with william moore. He was done the opposite. He left london with his young family to become a country. Gent martin..

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"william moore" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"william moore" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"It's just a test of you. Know who will go crazy. And you know we're getting about two hours and forty five minutes and i and a guy snapped guy snap all right all the and this guy snapped and he took the casting assistant in put him up against the wall while strong kid put him up against the wall and at that moment of course the door opens bad actor. Joe kale jazzercise. But by the way. Joel mchale no more prolific in many different arenas. He's the white jamie fox. I'm trying to. I'm trying to make amends. I think he's the white ryan. Seacrest ryan seacrest something. So you're you're just literally just sitting in the waiting room by three hours. It was a little over three hours. I cell foes. I get nothing in i get my shot and the reality. Is you know if if you can hold on and not lose your mind and i got in there and you know the reality is. He was writing christmas cards. And i shouldn't i. That's horrible that i just said that. But you know you never know what it is. I'm michael man in their massing director. Michael mann was in there. So i got my scene and i do it. And he and he's got a hardcore chicago accent rating. That was great. I got a call bob. Let's call by you. What will hold on. Thank you weren't. We'll get ahold of bab and the catherine writers like nothing fits these doctors once. Seen these great those go. And now i you know it's you know. Give me a minute here. i don't know and you just you just stay in it and you do it again and you just keep doing it and you don't lose your mind until you're on the set you know working with zero and that's kind of what happened and then you're in there deniro and suddenly like but that was my whole career before entourage's they didn't yell cut so i'm ready. And they don't yo cut. And so. I just started improvising. And so what you see in that. Little senior me just improvising. Trying to make something out of nothing. That's funny you wish. I told them big fan. There's a right to lead it. Seeing you can truck down youtube of you at the scene goes on and you're asking for more money. Your lesson man. this is about. This is too much any more money on. I wanna see it. I mean you just gotta be fearless like it's deniro in you know. It's insanely intimidating. But it's your shot and they may hate you in the moment because you're now going off script but maybe you'll give them something to edit and maybe they you know and so that's that's that's what you you just got to be ready for the moment and somehow now crack put your ego aside sitting there and wait like a like a you know a dunce for three hours for your shot and by the way that's not for everyone and i'm not even saying that this is the way like speaking of age. I'm still single two hundred years old. I'm not saying. I did the right thing i may have. I may have done all the wrong things. I have to bring this up. Because it's it's going to juxtapose nicely to the your endless preparation and thus your success your batting average are getting these roles in a sharp contrast in my attitude. Which is i walked in. I used to go out on stuff. I remember i was with william. Moore's is on love line. And i don't think i was doing the man show but i think in love line on. Mtv maybe the man show or maybe the radio and the tv whatever it was and there was sent me out occasionally. And i remember being on the west side. And i was in seventh floor waiting room whatever and everyone started address the same because i told everyone. Here's your the plumber. You're the whoever. I didn't even know what it was. Four but i walked in and i know it's just like twelve other guys like sitting around and we're waiting we're waiting and i shed What what time they tell you to show up guy and x rays. Like one o'clock. And i was like. I told me to show up at one o'clock what time they tell you to shots. At one o'clock you want a classic one of these staggering. One o'clock one thirty two o'clock so you could like but the toll saul show at one o'clock and i was like fuck this. Let's all go everybody up on your feet. I was getting a coup going. You know everyone. Bluebell and we're going to send a message all walking out right. We're all going to be out of work together. Talk it out. And i told her when i go buying everyone ice cream. Let's do this. let's get out of here. Let's send a message. Put an end to this madness. Come on and some guy just goes. You have three jobs down point. Yeah point. I had a bunch of jobs and he did. Do we have seen anywhere. We're scrubbing through film. An clip itself aren't on youtube right. That's for sure well was a month ago. So it's an interesting contrast because people definitely do not equate these things but it sounds like what you're saying. Is this perfect intersection of being humble and being fearless which are generally not thought of together but that has helped correct but not to get not to get pretentious but like that what you need in a weird way you need to be as over prepared as you possibly can and then put your ego aside because maybe by some miracle. You're going to get a shot you know because otherwise everyone would do it. You know we're just talking about standup santa's impossible you know that's why everyone doesn't do it. Well it's kind of a little bit like what you're saying. Which is once you get super familiar with the material and stand up then you can drink a beer and go out there and kind of get off scrap and riff a little bit and you'll you're so familiar with it you can about it and it's kind of seems that way like i couldn't audition because i was literally like holding the paper in front of my face and dragging my finger down at you know it's like well exactly. Yes but you have to understand. I could never walk in there with the script. If i wasn't off script i couldn't get the job because i'd be fumbling with the script so is run it run it run it like it's a play and i'm going to go in there and film it and we have the actual seen by the way says. Oh from scary movie wait year ninety five loss and show.

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"william moore" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"william moore" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

"Were just a bridge too far for him to try to keep the story. Credible so along comes. Stanton friedman william moore two years later. They they have a book. The roswell incident when i read that and i'm just speaking for myself. All the other cases went away. I was hooked on that case when i read The roswell incident and believe it or not. It was another eleven years before the next book came out. And that was the randall schmidt. Ufo ufo crash at roswell and in my humble opinion again it was that second book by rail in schmidt that made the case a worldwide phenomenon. you can go to airports any country you say oh from roswell you know they at the minimum. They roll their eyes. You know you know. Is that where the aliens are. At least they've heard of it. It's known around the world and there are other cases. I like but I was blown away by the roswell case. When i read that i bohm who hasn't been. Hey i got. I got one so i was checking out this program on roswell and So it's it's taken us back here to the foster ranch. First second with the crashed ship. The blue pardon pieces back to mac and you know his son bill and everybody so in this program. They were talking about how today's technology we have. This artificial intelligence lie detector. That can actually go back. And you know the to use the interviews from the seventies you know and everything and this can detect people were lying or not so where i found interesting and i'm curious about is it determined like bill and jesse marcel and everybody was telling the truth and then it came down to a guy frank. Kaufmann who played a part in The president getting some of the evidence that was top secret confidential and it came up that he was lying the whole time about that so we knew he was a liar. Yeah su- i any evident. Actually make it or do we know what happened any of that. You know parts of that ship or whatever you know. That's my question because he said the truman gone it you know and was checking out the pieces of the evidence but he wants. I thinks that it was a lie. So i'm just curious like what really happened with that heart. Well let me tell you. I was the consultant on that show. Six months. i work with the travel channel. I was the historical consultant and that idea of doing the stress test analysis came from me remain. we had. We had one of walter how you remember. Who was the the base Public information officer at roswell in nineteen forty seven. We knew walter for twenty five years a great guy. He was just a great guy but he kept trying to tell us. All i know is that i. I handled the press release..

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"william moore" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"william moore" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

"Now that particular case. I still can see that picture of all the floodlights going up in there. The explosions of the aircraft fire. But why it's not a bigger case. I can't tell you john. I like the case myself. Let me let me just say quickly. Why i think it is more significant case. I think the modern era of you oppose started in one thousand nine hundred forty two because The battle of l. a. was the first time we fired on a ufo the first time we use the balloon. Excuse wasn't roswell the first time we'd denied your foes and the marshall Memo says we recovered a craft off the coast and it was whole within break apart. So that's just my comments on that. Because i think that starts the modern era maybe maybe fighters i know how forty wanna to go back but the modern age apparently is it's been anointed the kenneth arnold sighting of june twenty-fourth nineteen forty seven near mount rainier assertive cast in stone. Now that it was the start of the modern age a world of the modern age of ufo's but there were other cases. I don't know why they've anointed that. One I know roswell at least in my own opinion. The reason it's so popular is that there's so many issues surrounding it number one. It's a nuts and bolts case. It's not a it's not light in the sky. It's not You know things like that. It's it's nuts and bolts crack. There was a release where it said that the russell army airfield had captured these the term captured. They didn't capture it. they just recovered. Captured flying saucer near roswell was actually closer to corona and that There were death threats to silence people that there was a cover up and the the the case died for thirty years for thirty years at went away it was a two day story in nineteen forty seven two days and the reason. It's so popular. I'm guessing now because you know all i know. Is that at the time that we have spent on it is that it's the most investigated case of all time you had stand friedman the father of roswell who i knew well He got started. He hooked up with william moore. They wrote that famous book in nineteen eighty the roswell incident up until that point My hero was donald ki-ho from the nineteen fifties and early sixties. He was a terrific author He didn't go near crash crash. Ufo's he he just stayed away from those. He stayed away from alien bodies because he's trying to get a government oversight trying to get government hearings. Ufo's but he thought crashed saucer stories..

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"william moore" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"william moore" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"For all these forty years. I've been working in tv of people knew the as my roads. You know what i made in on like willing bryson. Kinda starkey is in them so that means it always other people that i've talked to disaster juno on tv. I discovered you here on the internet and discovered me me you know and i love that. They come back. Just hear me in It's what a wonderful thing. It is instagram achieving. Everybody and she'll cheers. It's like your kids had never looked up. Ever gonna know what they look like but anyway what a wonderful way to reach out to one another in others. Here's the bad side of good side. The you know. Keep in touch visit nan. In i just love the fact that so many people. I couldn't believe it when i had twenty thousand. Wanna hear what i've said. Then here they kind. Millions are these. Have you ever thought of having your own talk show. I have that you know what. I'm bed or i like i like acting ride. That goes away once you get that talk show. They never get a really really enjoy acting like on this little sip. Calmer i just wait i. It's the best job i ever had. I'll be k- in my bialik is our executive with. Is she smackers on it. Rail doubles assigned. The she knows what actors nayed were and here. We are over an empty or brothers by the way right now. His indy drive so sad. Dr onto an empty not sound stage empty. Why there's nobody there. And then you perk your little given spot in you walk into an empty sense edge. The makeup people have shields and they have to wear jumpers and they make you up and then they put you back your shield in your put back in your room dressing room forever and then the cameras get ready. And there's nobody there and we make comedy with no laughter because see. There's nobody are kind of show should have been multi cam should be shooting in front of an audience and it'll be years as a really do think it will be used for an audience in so there's no audience in the you know the the until the camera last all you ever. Here's the riber one writer on the road. It's always that one guy. It's it must be his episode. That's his episodes joking like is it hard phasing. One time. you're may add the last. I said they said you're you're taking a major you don't need to. Here's the lion. This said no. I feel this is the lie about laugh is where we put it. It put it god. Hey how y'all doing is the book that's out now right. Is that your is that. Look that leslie jordan. How y'all doing when you first get you'll notice it's it's an easy leave right easy read. It's a very and what did you get into. What do you talk about. I start out about the instagram. In how i wasn't used to that in now that enhanced comedy what i learned to go on instagram and get a story that i thought take forever. Stage down to manage and the allies Beginning middle end in danced. It now anyway. How mind comedy gonna work so whale under In in I just had a lebanon. I was very lucky see. They came to l. e. l. e. j. e. c. k. Miss hale miss l. one of the big editors at what who is not william. Moore's bubblicious are miriam webster. No i don't know now. The other raw ryan collins publishers. At harbor car recall hearing one. Aim to me. Set up a phone interview. They did we see a book. You see coming from Delightful instagram does. We see a name when wrote a color. Hey y'all do. They can't do the book and name in a big ceremony. I said my gosh much in row said start writing and we like this story. This was already beautifully organized. I called him in about a month. And i said well i something or you nagel but he got a chapter. I read us a book. How many pages. This book member is knowledge. Hundred ninety five. A judge could read that quickly. Look at that. And i bet it's bangala laughs of that night it out accused mike away. They lighted they laid it out. Even though i would have a story they would take the story and make it into several little stories dot little anyway. They got little pictures of of like this. You know the art the story in our like pictures. That's how i read the pictures. I need pictures. They'll be a little blast lesley's glasses in there. They'd break it up in another story until you the story. So it isn't easy didn't your mom. What's the first lines that your mom got upset with. And so that's vulgar. Was that that book yes well. She was ursula. You weren't rice at was. Why would you ceiling momma she added. It's not that bad award. She said well. You are.

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"william moore" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"william moore" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"I love it well in cliff is the killer you know in your in your misadventure chapter it starts off with the minute. Cliffs shot his wife with a shotgun. He knew it was a bad idea. So you know. We talked about this in the backstory magazine article. But but just going because you elaborate here. You tease us. But then you don't fill in the blanks. You say that basically cliff has a second thought. He tries to save her. So you could still leave it a little nebulous of accident not accident and but he says that there was a seven hour. Conversation and quote had a great conversation that they never could have had in life quote unquote and did you ever think of filling us in on that conversation or was it just this moment. I think you get what you need from that. But it's it's about them just kind of going over their whole life. How do we go so far. Afield sure from everything and then but now. It's it's at a death's door and and all blame. Let go sure and now. It's just the reminding themselves who they were. I love that chapter but everybody loves brandy the dog and so the chapter for brandy entitled chapter four brandy. You're a fine girl. You know the the joke is first and foremost cliff gives her bones from musso and frank's lines and you don't set that scene at musso and frank's in the book so you're showing your reader consistently and to your credit that you're subverting the genre yet again by subverting your own movie and not doing a simple retelling well again. It's like a situation. Where like when. I wrote that scene took place in. Marvin's office at william. Moore's william morris is a marvin's office of william morris and but now. I'm doing the movie version much more exciting to be in musso and frank's place that still exists. We can have extras mulling around. In the background. You have nice architecture. Rather than being in an agent's office but in the book it makes more sense to be in the office. Ooh hey this seems like the perfect place to jump in really quick and remind you about backstory magazine over at backstory dot nets. You can read it on a desktop or laptop or vr ipad app backstory. And you know if you've never read this before you could test drive us and you can read our free issue and once you've read our free issue. You could become a.

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"william moore" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

09:14 min | 1 year ago

"william moore" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Think i could be wrong. I don't know anything about britney spears. i don't think she has the mental capabilities to lead her own life. Okay and i'm not saying what the fathers doing is right or wrong. But i just don't know if she's one hundred percent able to do that. Well here's the thing with. My sister has worked in this field as well. And i think this is what people are and people like dr drew and stuff are abs like confused about having a conservative ship. There's like two there's several levels of it anything just be like. Hey you know this mostly it happens with like maybe a parent's elderly parents or maybe a a guy is a little off. But he's inherited two hundred thousand dollars and he's forty five years old and he can live in an apartment and he can drive a car. He's probably never gonna have a job. So then like mr will be the conservatory. And she'll pay the rent and she'll make sure he can have what he wants. That's someone that's not britney. Spears is making millions and millions and millions of dollars a year and so i think what this taught. Everybody was like no. What's so disgusting about is that she gets a court. A court appointed attorney court appointed public defender. Basically while all the other people that are keeping her in the conservatorship. She's paying those attorneys. Keep her trapped right. And then the person she has representing her is like some freebie. That like You know some you know prostitute would get a mental illness or something. That's who britney spears. Get so i think that it so i see why people thought. Hey look we've seen some disturbing here and she even said i need therapy right. Most of us do and she said she's on meds and whatever and she thing that she did say that was. My sister disagreed with us. When she's like. I would like it gone without being evaluated. Yeah well what she should have said. I think just to help. It is like i would like it to be gone. And you judge if we could decide on like a non-biased no stake in the game therapist evaluating me. That is i mean. Or that's what her attorney should have said. Then that's to put okay. She is okay she can run her own life you know or she chooses a person she chooses. The person that's like the most people start almost havoc conservative ship as far as they have a financial manager that they'll go. Can i buy this Bentley actually know how that you can't. Yeah we really want to keep your car under one hundred thousand. If you're gonna car this year or i suggested lease okay. I mean and then those people sometimes steal your money to. It's a very hard place to be. It's like who the fuck do you see and this is not to sound insensitive. But after a couple of days after she she had made that testimony she got on there in hawaii. Right there. the boyfriend and this is not a joke. Like is there not a person in hawaii who could take out an iud. I mean i don't see the. I think the fathers with our in hawaii like these things they can't get done just nauman. Hawaii want you know it could be that you just gave that idea. And hopefully she'll send juice scoop because you're right you know it could be almost like a you'd have someone who's been a kidnap victim for ten years and then they go out with their captor to get pizza and they don't tell anyone. Hi it's me. I've been kidnapped for ten years. Because they're so yet so if they told her it's in you and you know and also i think she's someone that doesn't like going to doctors and stuff and so you know now she's probably like wow like i'm thirty nine. It's already going to be a challenge. The natural challenge to get pregnant. And now you have to take out the iud but you're right. I hope that sam drives her to a doctor and said parenthood awas who. Yeah and cakes out. You're totally right like hard rock cafe. I'll bet she does do it this weekend. Because i mean. I honestly think or this week or whatever. She's there because honestly think that's what her thing was she's like i didn't know i could ask for like so many things. She was just like going going going. Which is why i know that moment that she just quit the mgm show was like she realized. I don't wanna get stuck doing another show for three years with no extra freedom no enhancement of my life. You're still going to like hold my kids dangling in front of me or you know the one boyfriend. Did you hear what the one boyfriend spoke about it and said so he was yeah. I don't think he was the boyfriend that i met. Who is jason. Who was the william morris because the the first matchup Use the william. Moore's agent that then was with her in vegas and they were engaged and they broke up and one of the reasons was that she wanted a little girl. Like this little girl thing has been going ho. What does she gets a boy again anyway. She wants a little girl and he didn't want kids. That's what people wrote. Obviously there's probably a lot more going on there when she got all these around here and but am i wrong are the two boys that she has. Now who are a little older fourteen. Think yeah are they have. Were they taken away or they hers again. I thought they would. I believe they are predominantly being raised by kevin. Yeah who's to be like a really responsible dad. And he's got like the two other kids with shar jackson and then i think he's got two more with his third wife was like volleyball player. Or something nick cannon and run for his money. Yeah and i think that she's like a nice normal person that he married like and and he drops off the kids all the time he he has never been the one to keep the kids. Let's remind everybody that it was. Sh sean who then went to kevin and said grandpa jamie hit me and they have a restraint. They have a restraining order from jamie. The grandpa being your her chil- children so her own grandchildren have restraining order against her father. Who then is still controlling her. That should that should have removed him automatically. Yeah but all this stuff just takes time and it just takes one person being like one judge simply say the restraining orders now off is that why say her is years a reason to do this. Testimony is is it for the judge who heard that that testimony. Well he just. I think it's a woman she will. Now say it's over lifting. The i don't know when we'll know i hope there's some or some really big changes to it right. And then so. She did not happy with her sister. Jamie little me so we wanna one. She put her as part of a and didn't and that girl was enjoying her job. Getting paid so nervous about the attorneys get paid an enormous amount. And then what the attorney. I saw this. The attorney has sued fans. Okay like getting jr britney fans. Yeah this this fan. Jordan miller tried to tell the world about lou. That's the attorney. She sued them most recently. Using hundreds of thousands of britney's dollars to pay a law firm sydney at sydney law. For the suit against a fan. This is from that surprise. Witness esquire on twitter. And there's all these this person you know how to all this information but yeah basically that is what's Britney actually hired an attorney to represent her in two thousand eight named adam streisand. I remember that. Because remember that name. Adam streisand from our chelsea days. Because of sean pawlowski came on the show and then did a barbra streisand impression inside. No but that was cut her. Go to and we were like why are you doing. Okay yeah judge. The judge gates removed him. Adam strikes from the courtroom and insist and instead appointed a glorified public defender and now multimillionaire. Samuel ingham is now on it. Yeah so all. These people are getting paid so much money. And then they're suing people that say anything about the and then yet she has no say and this attorney to you saw that she's like well. My attorney didn't tell me that my turn get her a good attorney and who's running the instagram stuff isn't her because i i've read two different hurt as somebody. Okay i read everything. And this is just my theory in all the information gathered. I think she. I think sometimes she posts and sometimes they enhance it or post. Four her right. Who's ever doing it. Nobody's doing a great yes. It's very and i. I thought it was like she had photos and stuff and they had like a matching ipad and they would use her spinning around dancing and they write their own thing. That sounded like a logical thing. But now i've heard that no like in fact the ranch one about like we used to live on a ranch look like two little kids like from grapes of wrath. Yeah and everyone's like well clearly. That's not her because then jamie lynn. The sister goes when what cousin had a ranch and so i thought it was the sister pointing out. Yeah this is bullshit.

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"william moore" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"william moore" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"Dan thank you. Dennis strays everybody and We kind of Counted toward the the issues and Dennis appreciate his openness. Answering what i what i was gonna ask what i am ended up. Didn't expect didn't expect that We have fun morning and we got about a minute and a half year to get you set up for the next one. And the next one of course is that ascot handicap. You're looking at. Wow cape gentlemen has taken all the money five to to Cape gentlemen mc muldoon. Actually for a horse that supposedly people were moving away from. He's four to one second choice for the willie. Mullins charged with ryan more and just uber which is one of cavs pushes in here in fact. His selection Danny todd hope for william moore fourteen to one so a thirty dollar thirty dollar horse there. We go from sea to shining sea the sea to shining seib onus jobs steve steve staying With a good idea. I wanna give you cavs. Let me get your calves Just to make sure. I got this right. I have it here. But there's too many stacks of pp's frankly god did promise you. I was gonna get to the other place to here. We go all right yeah. I've got too many stacked to the ceiling Just uber the eighteen. Cape gentlemen the one and mc muldoon so cavs keying off of the big off the biggest of the price options and then the two favorites right. Now cape gentlemen and mc muldoon so eighteen one at eight When you move to the wolfersohn at twelve thirty five that patrick sarsfield thirteen felix the nine and fox tall ten thirteen nine and ten and then in the copper horse at one ten kev favored of the day. Arthur and he's already had a great day. Arthurian fable the fifteen with global storm. Twelve and sleeping lion. Which was nick walks. Nap of the day. Fifteen twelve and six in the seven th raise the copper horse. Hope you had fun. I see plenty of people putting up pictures of their winnings. So you're doing great. Thanks to kevin. Nick course And vance hansen. We'll talk to vance again on wednesday. That was phone with him. Eric rule jack was great to catch up with eric and dennis With the answering some answering some some curveballs. good luck. if you're playing the rest of the day Ensure yar including indiana and canterbury. You name it Good luck to everybody at forty for great safe meat successful up there across the border. We'll talk to you tomorrow. Nine o'clock at the races thanks. Everybody aphorisms with steve bishop on sirius. Xm radio by in the past decade has equine become the premier equine supplement company in the industry because we spend millions in research and development before we ever put out a product because we only fda supervise facilities to manufacture for us because what we say is in them is in them because they work. Because if you're not happy i'll give you your money back and because top trainers and veterinarians in thoroughbred racing standard bread racing three day eventing and barrel racing paul trust and be our ellie client. Shouldn't you to find out more flexible. Ha unlock leader shield and apo. Coin can help you contact me. Joseph allante two one five five zero one. Six eight eight zero. There's a great story to talent. Pennsylvania only three states have produced more breeders cup champions in no state can match our performance in recent years since two thousand sixteen our numbers of mares bread has skyrocketed unlike the national trend in this year's live full report shows pennsylvania up over fifty percent. Why her incentives and bonuses are the best in north america please visit us at pa. Pride dot com nc. Why pennsylvania is the premier place to breed them race spills dot com cost effective telling these saving solution vendors are able to generate electronic invoice springer's own other vendors who can pay through horse bills dot com for just fifty cents turn hours of work in of minutes with are easy to use such. Have our team take over your bookkeeping or continue to do yourself any monthly subscription checkout our video tutorial on the dot com youtube channel and get started today for free or spills dot com toll. Free number eight nine eight four six four three..

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"william moore" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"william moore" Discussed on No Agenda

"Actually. It is hurt by the by the crack of this thing. It was flat. Yeah it didn't really spritz very very well on. I'll tell you what it is. It's waterloo sparkling water which i normally don't drink. Some of his showed up shirt. Is john shirts sparking in. it's flat as a pancake. Sparkling water putting it out there. For informational william moore you current also in the morning. All the dame's nights in supporters of the no agenda show and in the morning to our trolls in the troll room. If you have no idea what the troll room is think of it this way. It's clubhouse with trolls to go check it out. No agenda stream dot com. We have a You can chat at the same time you can listen to the livestreams Which are live when they're live and at once hearing the same stream when it's prerecorded but it's a great place to go hang out talk to people and Yeah i agree that troll room is a little better than clubhouse. I was just kidding trolls. Don't get all pissed off at me and in the morning to our artists for wait for sunday's with tell everyone to hurry up and go over to no agenda social dot com get invited the troll room His we're about to close it down. When we hit ten thousand members you can still federate for sure we have gitmo dot. Life is an is one of the new New versions of mass on with a whole different look and feel whole different types of software. But it's connects to the same federative stuff and go ahead And we'll see you had no agenda social dot com then. We'd like to thank our artist for episode thirteen twenty three. We titled that when biden easter after the After the g by denisa anderson cooper and this was brought to us by t s end. This was very interesting piece of art. It was obey with the ahead with a mask as the oh the be and the e was syringes and this is one of those pieces of art that some people did not see it which i find surprising. Some people said what is bay. The what is being said really. You don't see. Oh what do you mean to look at the head. Oh obey and i think it's because we're so used to the movie What what is it again with. Roddy piper not. They lived there. Lear live they live they live. You're right that that that e y that obey so somehow burned into our retina to recognize it immediately. But not everybody did. Isn't that interesting. The we loved it though. Thought it was fantastic. There were a couple other believe a couple other things that we looked at Was there anything that you wait a minute. There was something we specifically had to discuss. Let me see I don't know that there is anything else. That was really competitive. Well i i like thomson neal's Birds on the wire that was pretty we. I think we discussed get the job. Lot of gritty stuff. Which we you that by the way holy crap did i did. I predicted or what you'd have all these stories about texas got customers now seven thousand dollars bail whichever one company one small energy company twenty nine thousand customers. And that's the deal. They made you pay nine dollars a month and you you you do whatever you whatever you used you pay the wholesale price and you pay your share and the risk is it could be very expensive and in the summer months. The price has also gone up briefly to eight or nine thousand dollars per per megawatt hour. So this is not something new for these people anyway. I digress right. we didn't have any artwork. I don't think that we tease. I'm so sure that there was something. We were talking about Anyway for sure you will see these whizzing by on your podcasting two point. 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"william moore" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"william moore" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Smart speaker to play NPR or your local station by name, and you're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Each day thousands of Venezuelans crossing to Colombia to escape food shortages and authoritarian rule. It's a dangerous journey. The border is officially closed, and so they sneak into Columbia on footpaths controlled by gangs. And as John Otis reports, female migrants can get raped or forced into prostitution, just a warning. Some of the material in this story is disturbing. William Moore had a shelter for migrants in the Colombian border town of Via del Rosario Alondra Castillo is showing me the bruises on her arms and shoulders so fucking not Okay, Turkey Day by myself. Castillo explains that in December, she and about 80 other Venezuelans were crossing into Colombia at night on a smuggling trail. At some point, she became separated from the group. While stumbling around in the dark. Castiel was surrounded by five men who she said raped her. She remains calm as she recounts the harrowing details coming tomorrow. Come on, Go on Mirabel memory. They tied me up with my own clothes. She says Castillo made her journey on a smuggling trail like this one. Venezuelans are dragging their roller suitcases and pushing carts filled with their belongings. But it's rarely a straightforward journey. It's a no man's land where drug traffickers demand bribes, rob migrants and sometimes even rape them. Since official border crossings were closed. Human rights activists report a sharp increase in sexual assaults on Venezuelans trying to reach Columbia No on the head Ahmadi Physical Castle, those tassels Allison man before we used to see one or two briefcases per week, says Vanessa a. Pedes, who runs a legal aid center for Venezuelan migrants. Now, she says the weekly number of rapes sometimes tops two dozen. Castille could have crossed safely into Colombia if a nearby border bridge and immigration office had been opened. But they were closed 10 months ago amid the covert 19 pandemic. In other cases, the gang's promised to take Venezuelans across the border and find them jobs in Colombia, Migrant women and girls are in very vulnerable conditions. And they will take anything that they're offered. Basically, that's Maria Cecilia Even yous, a lawyer for the rights group Women's link worldwide, and then when they get to Colombia, they find out that they're actually they're as victims of human trafficking. Many of these women and girls end up working as prostitutes in the city of Pamplona, a two hour drive from the border e meet some of them on a pump on a street corner. They're rattled by the gruesome death a few days ago of one of their co workers 28 year old.

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Who is William Barr, Trump's pick to be the next attorney general?

Patti Vasquez with Andrea Darlas

05:58 min | 4 years ago

Who is William Barr, Trump's pick to be the next attorney general?

"General attorney general once during George H W Bush who passed away this week's presidency. And served. Most people would not even remember he was Terri general. That's how no controversy surrounded him while he was in office during George H W Bush's term and James Comey FBI director famously fired by President Trump was asked today. What did he think about William bar taking this job here? And he says that he likes and respects Bill bar. He knows he's an institutionalists who cares about the integrity of the Justice department says he sure he'll use these standard career resources. He has to judge what he should be involved in what he should be involved with. So he's actually saying he's a pretty good pick. The problem here is that if you go back and look at what William Moore has been saying about the molar investigation. You can begin to see why the president might pick him to this job. By the way, he's sixty eight years old back in ninety one to ninety three us criticize the investigation echoing pretty much would Donald Trump said when he raised questions about molars team has made political donations to democratic campaigns bar said, quote, excuse me, in my view. Prosecutors make political contributions are identifying Shirley strong with a political party. And he said I would have liked to see more balance on this group. Now, you're it really doesn't matter. If you make political contributions or not it's not a matter of having to disclose this or not you're supposed to follow the law and the courts, whether you're an investigator. Who likes a democrat or Republican? You're not gonna get anywhere with the prosecution unless you have the facts and the evidence to back it up a court injury supports it. So this argument that well. Yeah. Some of these people may have been Democrats. Robert Muller is running the investigation. He's a lifelong Republican appointed originally to his job is FBI director by Republican. Wow. Now, here's the six degrees of separation comes in as you mentioned bar served as attorney general under president, George H W Bush, but in the early nineties he supervised Muller in his work as the head of the Justice Department's criminal division could be seen as any sort of a conflict. I don't think. So I mean, you know, this guy what you say in private life is. What's really funny is that the the people who are star complaining about bar saying, well, look what he said and private life. Well, it's the same thing that the president's complaining about these. Prosecutors look what they did in private life. They gave the Democrats here that should really have no bearing on whether you are following the law and James Comey seems to have confidence in it'd be okay. I think it's going to be a moot point by the time he gets confirmed into office, which will not be this month will be well into next year. And in the meantime, Robert Muller, the Russian investigation machine is is just chugging along with indictments and revelations by the hour. So he could be all done by the time. He gets into office. Yeah. He says he's to sources ABC saying that bars likely to accept the job if it's offered to him. He still has to be confirmed by the Senate will that be an easy easy thing to do Andy. Or you see that being an uphill battle. Republicans vote lockstep. Yes. They've got the votes to confirm anyone they want. They've got fifty three to forty seven majority. So it's every Republican votes. Yes. It really doesn't matter. What the Democrats say in the Senate also, and you touched on this a little bit too supported the president's firing of James, call me, and he's the one who wrote that op Ed piece in the Washington Post that Trump made the right move. So again could come back to haunt or create any sort of conflict. Andy. Well, we'll see, but he wrote the Toby sandbag the FBI leadership and engaging grave usurp shin of a sorority in handling the Clinton Email probe. It's amazing. The the FBI ended this Email investigation more than two years ago. And we're still talking about James Comey went up today to testify closed door session. In for house. Republicans who will lose the power to ask anyone to do this in about two weeks two or three weeks and publicly they've been saying we want to know what sparked this investigation into Donald Trump. Why why suddenly we you so interested in these Russian connections when we think that the evidence supporting it originally now not now because we know much more about it. But originally was pretty flimsy, according to Republicans and James Comey walks out of the session today and said, well, they pretty much just asked me about Hillary's Email ask anything else. And we saw were that way. Right. Thank gosh. Anywhere before we let you go. You just said the investigation is chugging along. And it is do you see any big progress or any big announcement by the end of two thousand eighteen or before the end of the year? Boy, I wish I had a crystal ball. This is this is an interesting nothing leaks out of the molar investigation. This is the most watertight ship of any investigation. I think we've seen in many many years here. He is the only way you ever hear from wherever Muller is a paper that's filed on a court usually late on a Friday afternoon. Which is why we are talking about this late on a Friday afternoon pretty much every week. Which is why we thank you for being our first guest as always. Eddie. Thank you get some sleep and on again. Are you to that is the great ABC news? Andy Field who is a tireless in his reporting. And we think time it's been a very long day for him on Capitol Hill. More after this on seven twenty WGN. Introducing the amazing iphone

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