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Fresh update on "williams" discussed on Talkin' Baseball with Marty Lurie
"Disguise that a little bit better when he's coming off the edge over there. On that slot corner. Hey, obviously gave it away. We'll see it. He'll be looking for locket on this place has got him in the right slot. Now locket. Go to Goa in return motion. He comes to the lab. Get behind the line. Jerry Rice motion. Gotta hide behind that, like a watch Got him following the whole way for man pressure, posted 3 60 spin to throw out the homer, right flat, ready for a first down at the 40 Niner territory betrayed Greenlaw chasing him from behind. Now inside 40 Niner territory on the 49 47 yard line with 1 46 to play and a really clever play called by Brian Schottenheimer, Drake Green laws trying to hold the middle of the field on the cross or when locket and very late to the party getting out there on Homer who is offset now they're gonna huddle. Seattle's in No hurry now. First and 10 on the 49 47 Wilson and the gun as homer to his left and out of the shotgun homer stays in the block. The blitzing Williams Wesson avoids the sack come back round but by a madcap power right through it and go on about to stop the clock on the 49 23 yard wide. Another truth. 24 more decay, Metcalf. 40 Niners coming with the pressure and just very plainly, not getting home. A three man route deep comeback on Medcalf. Emanuel mostly does not want to get beat over the top. Russell Wilson is smoking hot. They're on the 23 yard line. Also, Wilson started one for five in the game. Now they can't get a ball on the ground. Homer lines up to the left. A madcap always goes left. Like he did in college slot formation, Right here is a pressure but throw. Wilson got hit. He overthrew Metcalf. Metcalf came back on that a little bit. He locked it up. Wilson had to give it to that ball. He got pressure. We got blasted through the bones now post. It was wrapping from the left defensive end spot coming up underneath scot free and gets a great hit on Russell Wilson and good job by him pulling off and not getting a rough call. Second down and 10 for Seattle. They're 23 yards away from taking their first later the game and we have 93 seconds to go. Wilson and the gonna get homer to his left. He came Metcalf again goes wide left. Mostly got him. They have three. Right, Hollister, the site and block it'd more. There's a pressure by Greenlaw. Throw over the middle part by Tyler Lockett. He's inside the 49 15 yard line. He's on the 49 12 Kyle Shanahan. You have to think ahead a little bit here. If they do store a touchdown, you gotta leave yourself time to come back and respond. Russell Wilson again just getting absolutely blasted and unloading the locket over the middle of the field. Good play by them Ran Fred Warner, deep down the middle of the field, cleared it out locket underneath Carol's massaging the clock. Now we have a minutes ago. The play clocks at 15. Here's Wilson is gonna get a two by two formation, and they looked left thrown lap out of the way by Emmanuel Mosley with help from Marcel. Here's the safety that time Metcalf.
Second-quarter results to reveal dire state of top US banks
"Hit US banks especially hard. We've got earnings coming up, so we'll get another snapshot of how the banks are faring firm or let's bring in military intelligence analyst Allison Williams. So Alice again seems like we just got through bank earnings. And here we are again. Upcoming banks are faring here in this new World Order were in well, I think it's going to be Tough quarter largely driven by provision. Keep in mind versus past cycles. We have a much more pro cyclical affect this time and what that means it's just more up front. No more reserves up front and then sort of releasing on the back end. But I think two key things this quarter one every quarter. We talk about the earnings and we discussed the fact that it's all about the forward. Look. The earnings is a little bit different because after the stress test and the third talking about capping dividends, based on recent income to find a sort of the average of the past 4/4 this quarter is going to be an end. But not just to this quarter. But for the next few quarters, a CZ long Restriction remains in place. So this will give us sort of. Ah look, and the one bank that we'll get the most news about That around is is Wells Fargo. They've already sort of guided the fact that they're going to have Tio most likely cut their dividend. The second thing this quarter will be No. How are things tracking as a lot of these deferrals have sort of come up to there? You know, I guess first roll forward if you will. So you know, immediately. We had all these liberals put in place the 90 day mark. We will know sort of how things shook out as that sort of 90 day. Limite came up on DH shouldn't say limit sort of. I guess it's just a marker because consumers can ask for more time. But the question is, Are they going to ask for more time? Well, they start paying what's gonna happen. That's sort of the pivot point and that will give us an eye into credit so super great points and I guess, Christian saving of CEO of Deutsche Bank said to Bloomberg this week. That he thinks that the second quarter will be the top and loan loss provision. Do you agree with that? So it could be? Of course, it's all going to depend on you know how things take shape from here, Right where Sort of. You know, if you looked at some of the different scenarios and depending on the shape that you see from here, things can just pretty dramatically. But, you know, let's say that we are looking at their most optimistic scenario and again, I would remind you about the counting right to the provisions will be the highest in the last quarter in this quarter. That doesn't mean we've even started to see the actual charge off yet, But we will see bags sort of provisioning for you know, the very negative environment that we have now it wasn't sort of factored into the reserves at The first quarter, but obviously since on the economic picture has gotten worse. So after these 2/4 you know, we should be fairly well provisioned for the best case economic scenario, and then you know, obviously it's going to depend on what happens from here. So, Allison, you know you talk about those You know the test about whether these companies can keep or have cut their dividend. Is that pride maybe some negative incentive for them to kind of goose their GPS numbers here for the next couple quarters so that they can continue to pay dividends. Or is that not a risk that investors are really worried about? From a theoretical standpoint? I think one could make that argument. But I would say that if you look at, you know, you know, First of all, I think it's the final decision on dividends aside from Wells, which had a sort of a unique case of a higher And Pierre payout for across the U. S banks and also earnings that were hit much harder than there are other bags. I think they're in a unique spot, but the other banks, you know, the dividend passed already give them a fair amount of room and so even if you sort of are very harsh In your earnings outlook. They should be fine. And I think if things did get, you know, you get dramatically worse you could be dealing with, you know, regulatory and political pressure ahead. The key thing that came out with a stress test is basically You're the Fed, making Everybody resubmit that plans and what that does mechanically is. It doesn't allow the bags to do like a big share repurchase, which I don't think anyone would anyway. But it sort of precludes bank from taking any measures, and the Fed basically left their options wide open to come in and require Into basically increased capital requirements or do other things. So I don't think that the Fed has sort of set this restriction, but it's not gonna be the be all and end all. But I wonder how that feeds into the compound sort of expense ratios because some out there like Sheila Bair used to run the FDA, C says, like and actually indenture. Alot, too, is that it shouldn't just stop At buybacks and dividends that it should also be in comp that if you know we're in a really bad time, globally and financially, then you have to have a limit on the kind of conflict in payout, which will tie also into expense ratios. What do you hear about that question? You know, the one thing that I would point out is, you know again, the big difference this cycle vs last cycle. Last cycle, the banks were over leveraged. They were sort of part of the problem, so I think there was obviously a lot of scrutiny around the compensation. This cycle, the back part of the solution. They have very healthy capital levels. The worry is just that, you know we're in this unprecedented downturn and do we need the banks to sort of keep their capital to be ableto lend to the economy, So that's a very different situation. And if you go back to Sort of as I was discussing before banks get into a situation where they have to start limiting payouts. There are some compensation element of that. Um, but I think you know to the extent that the compensation argument I understand some people maybe raising it, but I don't think that's sort of at the heart of the issue as it is sort of in the last crisis. On the overall expend standpoint, right? The banks are trying to do everything they can to help their employees on a broad base. Is there they to varying degrees that that they're not going to lay off people? You know, they tried to give incentives Tio Branch type employees at retail type employees. So that's obviously not the compensation that you're alluding to. But I'm just, you know, sort of framing the bigger picture. I think that at the end of the day, the banks are gonna be interested in doing what's right for the long term, and I think, to the extent that we sort of discussed earlier some of the really negative bearers scenarios. I think thank you know, are going to want to keep paying out. Their shareholders will fight to pay their dividends, but they're not going to be and they're going to keep track of what's happening in the environment and respond accordingly as well. Also Williams Bloomberg intelligence, senior bank's analyst, joining us Thanks so much. I'm like joined at the
Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence
"Was widely anticipated. But Friday night President Trump made it official. He commuted the sentence of his longtime associate, Roger Stone, who had been convicted of seven felonies, including lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing Congress in the Russia investigation. ABC News chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas discussed Roger Stone's case. With Attorney General William Bar Just this week. The attorney general reiterated this week in an interview with us that he believes that Roger Stone's prosecution was righteous, and he he believes believes believes that that that Roger Roger Roger Stone Stone Stone deserve deserve deserve prison prison prison time. time. time. But But But he he he acknowledged acknowledged acknowledged that that that it it it was was was going going going to to to be be be the the the president's president's president's Col. Col. Col. Stone Stone Stone was was was scheduled scheduled scheduled to to to report report report to to to prison prison prison for for for 40 40 40 month month month incarceration incarceration incarceration next Tuesday. Fast moving
CPS alumni call for immediate termination of police officers in Chicago public schools
"Of Ah, Let's see. They are Chicago public schools alums, and they are writing a letter. They wrote a letter to the mayor and Janice Jackson alumni for the abolition of police in schools and basically, let's just read some of it to you here. As graduates of Chicago public schools. We urge you to terminate the CPS district contract with Chicago Police Department in advance on the August 31st 2020 Deadline. So City Council was supposed to take it up again and in the summer to see if they renew it or not, but they want it done now wanted over and let's talk Tio. Let's talk to one of people was part of this who wrote this letter and as part of his group Rest E fu phone on. I hope I said that. Right? You're what did I do Okay with that Rusty You did a great job and I'm happy to be here. I'm happier on too. I mean, look, I'm one of those who believes that should be up to local principles and local schools. You are not one of those people. You want this terminated right now. You don't think police belong in the schools. And I guess explain to us your position. Why? That is So I really think that you know the money going towards funding. The contract could be used to fund better resources to create better burning environment. You know, the contract is worth $33 million. That could be funding. You know, over 300 social workers, psychologists. This position is not really a firmer evidence rather than criminalized. Um, well, I think principal could make that decision and 33 million box. It's not you can't purely be a financial argument. I don't think Rusty because 33 million bucks is a lot of money to you and me, but CPS budget of 7.7 billion. And if you think about how 33 million is distributed, I mean, look, I don't have that goes. I just understand why, if a principal and the local school council which ultimately be ideally represents the parents, the teachers, the administrators and everybody, you know the community leaders and community groups that if they all believe that you know what our school one needs a police officer What? Why wouldn't it be okay? Well, you know, you have the loc it up completely. And then you have the students who are actually going to school. Dealing with the school resource officers on the day to day basis on the fact is that most people do not feel safe. But the school resource. No district of you know, almost 89% of color and I'm 36% of students are black and on a national scale black students are 2.2 More times likely to be referred tomorrow enforcement. So kind of, you know, message that thunder students when we have the story starts off in our school. How do you know most students don't feel safe. Has there been a pole of Students. I mean, how do you? How do you know That's true? Because look, I'm sure if I went out there, you could probably find people who say that they they've had a good relationship with the police officer has been stationed in their school for 15 years. Doesn't that exist, too? Well, you are on a local level. At my side. We had a debate about the student body and other responses will be collected. You know, over 90% of students out that we should remove school officers. The 10% felt like we should keep them. They you know they were in favor of having those peasants police officers for a shooter. Situation and, you know, data showed that resource officers don't really make a difference in that situation. All right. So you're you're you mentioned what kind of cut out there for a second. But you mentioned Northside Prep College prep, which is where you went, and which is with one of the schools that is making moves to remove police officers, right? I think I saw a story about that yesterday. Maybe Yeah, you know, we believe were one of the first actually vote to not retain our school resource officers, But I guess my my pushback on that rest he would be. I mean, you've got to be a bright person because no one gets into Northside College prep. First of all, Let me just put that out there because, of course, you have to score like 99% of all the tests in order to even get we've looked at. It's Ah, It's not a school that's known for violence. I've covered crime in the city for years, and I responded to violent crimes. Many many, many times many, many, many days I went to schools. Many, many times as well. I never went to Northside College Prep, and I didn't want to Lane Tech either, which is one of the other schools you attended. Those kinds of schools may have different needs. Isn't that fair to say? That is hard to say. But I think you know whether you're at Northside or whether you're a student in the throes of Inglewood. We all believe that we should have, you know, a better learning Thio more, you know, affirming learning community one where the horses are going to, you know, dealing with trauma that we experience growing up in the city rather than you know, having Cory and criminalize criminalizing them and sort of perpetuating the school president Pipeline. Is, um Is there some way of just kind of polling schools are we are sorry students because that's what you're pointing out. You're saying it's the students who really want this? Is there some way of truly figuring this this out? What would their with their concerns are there with their poles? Are is that is that something you guys are trying to do or so left unmentioned. We pulled Northside in particular and open 90 students. 90% of students were in support on our website. GPS alumni number
Indiana attorney general loses reelection bid after groping allegations
"Bombshell in Indiana Republicans have scuttled Attorney General Curtis Hills bid for reelection. That's a month after after a month long suspension of his law license over allegations that he groped a state lawmaker and three other women during the party, So the sitting attorney general is out. Instead, the party has nominated via mail in ballot. Former congressman Todd Rukia.
Dallas - Texas Dog Confirmed To Be Infected With Virus That Causes COVID-19
"Nor Texas Dog has tested positive for Cove. In 19 The Texas Animal Health Commission announced in a statement that the Fort Worth area dog was confirmed to have the virus that causes Cove in 19 A dog was tested by a private vet as a precaution after its owners were confirmed to have Cove in 19. State veterinarian Dr Andy Schwarz says there is no known evidence that pets can transmit the virus, but they can catch it. His advice is that pets be restricted from contact with persons with the Corona
Pete Buttigieg on Joe Biden's New Economic Recovery Plan
"Comes a covert nine tain. Of doing nothing other than predicting virus would disappear or maybe the drank bleach. You may be okay. Trump is simply given up. He's waved the white flag. He's walked away. This failures come with the terrible human cost. And deep economic toll. Time and again working families are paying the price. For this administration's incompetence. There's no other way to say it then incompetence. Speech at a factory in Pennsylvania today, the former vice president of rolled out his seven hundred billion dollar economic recovery plan today. He outlined his build back better plan near his hometown of Scranton Jr also happens to be a battleground state Biden's pitch comes as another one point, three million Americans filed for unemployment just last week as the pandemic continues as he said to take its toll for more, we welcome to our broadcast people to judge author veteran former mayor of South Bend Indiana, and of course, former Democratic presidential candidate. Thank you for coming on Mr Mayor and when you think about it. Infrastructure was always lying out there. Available to this president. It was a layup shot. It was an open net. All He'd had to do was name as he could have put his name on all those your tax dollars at work signs on the interstates. All he had to do was funded Joe Biden today gave it. A name pledged to fund it with fifty million Americans out of work. It's probably a good idea. No. Absolutely Joe Biden's put forward plan to make sure we're investing in American competitiveness investing in American manufacturing, which will do a lot of good in my part of the country, investing workers, research and development, and you're right, you know infrastructure is one of those things that. Frankly I. think mayors on both sides of the aisle. This president might actually deliver since it's very popular good for the economy. We need to do but. Even, this basic idea a. UPGRADING OUR INFRASTRUCTURE DONALD TRUMP campaign don. Didn't bother to actually do it. Joe Biden will because I think he understands the importance of a tour on. It's been something that's needed attention for some time, but now with our economy in shambles. It's also an opportunity to get people back to work. I want to play for you. Something this is. Telephone interview tonight, Sean Hannity Donald. Trump is how donald trump went after Joe Biden today. And he walks onto the stage wearing this massive mask. There's nobody on the stage, and then he takes off. He likes to have it hanging off usually the left ear I think it makes them feel good, frankly if you WanNa know the truth, and I guess that's okay, but you know when there's nobody around a. you don't really have to do that, but he feels. It's good and I'm okay with it if he wants to do that. He's got the largest basket. I think I've ever seen. It covers up you'll. You'll be wearing a mask to walk. feels. He looks good that way. So Mr Mayor? If he's GonNa litigated mask wearing masks size. What ear he hangs it off of in the midst of pandemic with fifty million out of work I'm assuming side. We'll take that fight. We Will Americans are dying is not a fight that we asked for, but and look nothing about district be political or partisan, listening to doctors should not be a partisan issue, and if you look at among the people, most Americans, trust medical scientists way more than they trust. Donald Trump but unfortunately a lot of his political protectors are allowing this to turn into a culture. Joe Biden wore a mask because he's setting an example about how to save lives, because that's what presidents did, and you know in addition to the bad policies in addition to the incompetent management I think the thing that's costing the American people most right now is. We don't have a president who has any? Any concept of the importance to setting an example of calling the American people who are highest valleys i. that's what Joe Biden was talking about from day one back when we were competing for the nomination, where his campaign was built on the left of the soul of the nation of battle, now underway the nation I think the reason you see our party united and a lot of independence in an increasing number of what I like to call future. Former Republicans all coming together to say that we want to lecture by the defeat. Trump is that you don't have to be a die hard rock real down crash to see that we need a better example set by the American presidency. Must be an interesting time for you as a veteran. You've got senator. Duckworth getting called a coward who hates America by a cable news host? You have lieutenant. Colonel Veneman men, putting in his paperwork. And you have this story of bounties being paid by Russia and Russia's President American lives of your brothers and sisters in uniform in Afghanistan and the Defense Secretary for one is a voice. We could probably use to hear right about now you agree. Do and I think that we need answered quickly about exactly what the president did not only his shocking inaction in the time, leading up to the story, came out his silence and inaction about the issue since. Ever, since the story is broken, I've been hearing from friends that I served with and look. This adds up to pack whether it's the way they talk about Senator Doctors who gave? More, to this country. Than just about any critics. Whether, it's the fact that a another were here. Colonel has career derailed fleet. Or the failure to protect troops abroad. It's clear that this administration has no respect for the military, and as one of the reasons why members of the military are looking for different. I think that represents a historic opportunity for my party. Keep reaching out again. It shouldn't be a cars an issue, the shooting way beyond politics, but right now we've got a very clear choice between somebody like Vice President Biden, who whose families military family whose son served. As somebody like Donald Trump, who's you know? Origins include going out of his way to avoid certain taking advantage of his millionaire connections to do it. As young man always rooted today where he just clearly doesn't care about protecting American troops, things like what we've learned that Russia to do. People judge, thank you very much for coming on great to have you on the broadcast tonight. Appreciate it
Philadelphia School District To Rely On ‘Safety & Science’ To Guide Decisions On Returning To Classroom In Fall
"Philadelphia's schools Cheap isn't giving much consideration to President Trump's promised to withhold funds from schools that don't bring all students back the classrooms this fall. Okay, what? Debbie's mic Thenardier reports Superintendent William Height says the district gets less than 10% of its revenue from the federal government. And he says the back to school plan he expects to release next week will be based on science and safety. I told reporters. He's not going to be influenced by the president's threat to cut funding that he doesn't even control while you haven't given any guy. Shannon's up today, and now you come in and say, just bring everybody back is just to me. It's just It just validates the fact that there's a credibility issue. Their height, said the president's comments reveal a lack of understanding of the complex issues. Districts are confronting as they plan and if that was credibility that would have been Godin's early on so that states on trying to each do their own thing or district on tryingto each do their own thing to get Children. Height says the district is basing its plan on advice from the city and state health
Philadelphia School District Rely On ‘Safety & Science’ To Guide Decisions On Returning To Classroom In Fall
"Schools chief isn't giving much consideration to President Trump's promise. The withhold funds from schools that don't bring all students back to classrooms this fall came what have used white Thenardier reports Superintendent William Height says the district gets less than 10% of its revenue from the federal government. And he says the back to school plan he expects to release next week will be based on science and safety. I told reporters. He's not going to be influenced by the president's threat to cut funding that he doesn't even control while you haven't given any guy. Pendants up today, and now you come in and say, just bring everybody back. It's just to me it's just It just validates the fact that there's a credibility issue. Their height, said the president's comments reveal a lack of understanding of the complex issues. Districts are confronting as they plan and if that was credibility that would have been guidance early on so that states on trying to each do their own thing or district on tryingto each do their own thing to get Children. Height says the district is basing its plan on advice from the city and state health departments and the CDC guidance to date. Mike DiNardo, Kois heavily NewsRadio. A
Geoffrey Berman, U.S. attorney fired by Trump, twice refused to resign
"US attorney leading investigations into President Trump's ally says Attorney General William Barr pressured him to resign. Geoffrey Berman, the former federal prosecutor for the Southern District of New York Is testifying behind closed doors before the House Judiciary Committee. Berman says he told bar he was not interested in leaving his position. The committee is probing whether the Justice Department has become politicized.
Chicago man accused of killing grandmother, 96, and severely injuring mother, 73, in pitchfork attack
"Charged in the stabbing death of a 96 year old woman earlier this week. It happened Tuesday in the 7700 block of South Laughlin's 41 year old two. Juan Randall, charged with murder and attempted murder after police say he fatally stabbed the elderly woman and then stabbed a 73 year old woman multiple times that woman by the way, the 73 year old survived. Randall appears in Bond court today.
Ousted U.S. attorney details push by Barr to resign post or be fired
"Attorney leading investigations into President Trump's allies has told the House Judiciary Committee that Attorney General William Barr pressured him to resign. Jeffrey Berman, the former federal prosecutor for the Southern District of New York, is providing the panel in a closed door interview with a detailed account of extraordinary standoffs of his June departure, according to his opening statement obtained by the AP. He said bar repeatedly urged him to take on another position. At the Justice Department. On the
Michael Cohen back in custody after refusing terms of home confinement
"Former Trump lawyer, Michael Cohen was seen being taken back into custody today. That's according to several news outlets. He had been released to home confinement after serving time for investigation and lying to the FBI reports are that he possibly breached the terms of his release will certainly find out More about that Later in the
Venus Williams - Game Changer
"Hello everyone can t the tennis podcast day. Eleven of Wimbledon relived would have been women's Semifinals Day Wimbledon and would probably have been under the reef because looking out of my window in Putney, which is a? Mile and a half ish down the road from us, W nineteen is in miserable. Say That's great. Thank you, British weather for making some twenty twenty. Just that little bit extra great. But not to worry because. David Matt to talk tennis with. Seven hundred episodes David you just told me. We actually can mark a milestone because we've remembered it before recording rather than fully seconds off the recording. Yeah, we! We've celebrated five hundred, six, hundred one in the past. So yeah I'm fin quite proud. You know it. It draws me when you say it's women's semifinal state today because I'd kind of I'd forgotten that in as much as I'm so used to now talking about classic matches with you both watching them. We've just watched another one to the BBC of. Matches on every day that they're showing Wimbledon doing their own stuff online streaming matches, which is the one good thing I take from this whole period is the suddenly. The vast archive is just being. Put out there for everybody to enjoy, but I had forgotten. That is still Wimbledon and today would have been women's semifinals, and that makes me quite sad, yeah. I, wish I wish I could forget I get the impression that perhaps you haven't forgotten in the optimistic. Every cloud silver lining way that David. I Dunno, I kind of have in a way, I'm just so so invested in what we're doing. The the usual schedule of Wimbledon isn't isn't really in my mind so much. Just me then okay. Trip back to two thousand and five when. Storm strong was winning his seventh consecutive Tour de France title. Yup? The three hundred eighty made its first flight at the live eight concerts. Good friend of mine went to live eight in Hyde Park and she says it was mostly great until sting came on early evening when everyone was pissed in party made and some new material. Juno live eight is when I discovered pink Floyd and realized I two thousand. David Luiz discovered. It's. Matt's now. Sort of got me to to realize that I actually need to listen to albums full of Bruce springsteen and not just judge. We. Born in the USA. Correct. Correct get on that David's It was also the year that Britain implemented. The civil partnerships axe to include same-sex partnerships. It was the year that London won the rights to host the twenty twelve Olympics. And the xbox three sixty was released Oh and Pope John Paul the second died. There's a few. We've already done it two thousand and five much at the French. Open say these are these events that we didn't mention I around, so that was T-, thousand five I was working. My First Wimbledon as an employee I was a bull store assistant. Under the employees of one Derek Dimmer? Who was the head of the bull store at Wimbledon in done that job with his wife? Centuries I think. It was it was a job. which largely comprised heavy lifting and I loved it I couldn't believe my luck that I was working Wimbledon, even they. My primary job was lifting boxes of tennis balls and wandering around the orange practice with bin bag, asking players and coaches. If I could collect, they used balls of the practice, so they could be resolved to charity. I thought that was the best job in the world and I could not believe my luck and I went back the next year as as head bull. Store Assistant I was GONNA. Say You assumed to be promoted? Yeah, that was my first promotion and that I was GONNA. Ask You if you did a good job with whether you got a good review. Turns ends. It did I mean there's not? Much that can go wrong with putting balls and have been bank. But it didn't go wrong, and honestly I just. I thought asking asking. Tim Henman if he was finished with these tennis. Balls are just so. That was the coolest thing in the world. I thought I was the coolest person in the world getting to do that job.
Meet Olympia Lightning Bolt: Usain Bolt's baby daughter
"You're the world's fast this human what do you name your first child, Usain Bolt and his girlfriend cosy, Bennett say they'll call their child Olympia Lightning bolt. She was born on May 17th. The couple waited until this week to share photos and the name tennis champ Serena Williams named her daughter Alexis, Olivia, and shared a tweet of bolts baby with heart Emojis. Baby named Wizard, says Olympia Means of Mount Olympus, home of the gods in Greek mythology. Lightning Bolt is one of you, saying his nickname's
Today in sports history: Ted Williams hits game-winning home run in 1941 All-Star Game, Boston Red Sox Vs New York Yankees
"Look back on this day in sports history July 8th Start today. Back in 1941 at the MLB All Star game. The game was notable for bringing the Yankees Joe DiMaggio and the Red Sox Ted Williams, together on the same team to Hall of Fame outfielders were each having legendary seasons, with Williams batting over 400 DiMaggio breaking the consecutive games hit record. Of course, the game ended with drama. Williams stepped to the plate with two outs and two on in the ninth and hit a towering three run home run to give the American League the wind. Williams later said that was one of his favorite moments of his
Suspects on home monitoring not being watched, Chicago police say
"Back to Alderman O'Shea O'Shea. Thought we were talking about Vaping earlier, but there's a lot. There's a lot going on in the city. Aziz, you probably have noticed, and I want to just kind of since you're here, old man. I want to ask you. You know what? What do you think? The most pressing issue for the city right now is you look at everything on the agenda. I know the budget is front and center, and there isn't Great news there. There's a lot. There's a lot of holes to fill this year. And next. Is you Look forward. What? What can you tell us? Way have very difficult decisions out of us pertaining to our budget. But I think the most pressing thing right now is the, um unbelievable amount of violence we have seen and some of our communities of the past several weeks record numbers and I feel like every weekend. It's a competition to surpass the weekend before, um Chicago Police continue get dozens and dozens of guns off the street for weekend. But you know, we keep having these These incidents of, uh, you know, mass shootings, you know, just last night in our neighboring auburn Gresham community you had, uh, you know, Our group fires into a crowd. Five people shot 10 minutes later. Full box away. Tell it toward gunfire. People shot. Um the unbelievable level of gun violence right now in our city is the most precious thing we have to. We have to try to, uh, you know, get some of these bad people off the street. You know, That's something that point is, well, we'll take it and I just I feel like we talked about this yesterday, and I'm hearing it again from the police superintendent and some of the top brass have been doing interviews today, and they're they're they're honing in on It's home monitoring system that they're saying is failing. The police department at the police department goes in. They find the guys with the gang members they might have. They have some sort of record. They're caught with an illegal weapon and they get the home monitoring system. There are 3000 of them connected to the county jail. There are 1000 of them connected to the county courts. And basically, no one's really watching them after they get out, and they directly pointed them as some of the key suspects in the last three weekends of the most violent crimes in our city that there seems to be this disconnect. Between the courts and what's happening with the whole monitoring system. I get this whole idea about the jail and the risk of Cove. It might make some judges more lenient on that sort of thing. But when you see this sort of pattern do you agree with the police superintendent when he makes these calls, and the mayor has mentioned it as well? About those calls to say, You know what? There's something about this home monitoring system that's failing us all failing those communities and putting these violent offenders back on the streets. Uh, 100%. I agree with the superintendent and the mayor, and, um I mean, peach, and every week we continue to see young innocent Children out in front of their own homes. How many young Children have to die? And where is the outrage? Yeah, We're almost desensitized to it as a city, And that is utterly frustrating. Um, the families decimated by gun violence. Um Absolutely. We have it. We have a problem with the monitoring system. There are thousands of bad people. Repeat gun offenders are on the street today and each and every weekend when we look at the numbers somebody involved in these shootings. Has a very extensive criminal record. That should not be out on the street. We need to figure out a way to get them off the street where they continue to go back and commit these violent crimes more often than not. Shooting innocent people, not the rival gang member. Um, it's it's so disheartening. It is.
Inner Child Healing
"Hello Hi everyone welcome to recovery. Happy Hour where we talk about life beyond the bottle and what happens after we stop drinking I'm your host. TRICIA and it's been over thirteen hundred days since my last drink, which has saved me almost twenty grand. Thank you for joining me. Today's episode is a bonus episode yet to celebrate the second birthday of the podcast I decided to release a second episode today so Happy Birthday. What's special about today's to birthday interviews as that they're total opposites. We just had an episode with someone who wouldn't have looked like. They had a drinking problem on paper. And now we've got someone who is drinking and using so heavily in their formative years that they got sober while incarcerated at age sixteen, and now have almost nineteen years of sobriety at age thirty five. Five a common theme with episodes that include long term sobriety is that quitting drinking doesn't just automatically fix her life. There's usually something underneath the drinking that needs to be addressed and I've heard now in a few of my interviews, specifically with men about the efficacy of Inner Child Healing Ryan talks a little bit about that today, and it's something I wholeheartedly believe in myself. Inner child healing in its simplest terms is healing the things that have happened to you and your formative years that have left semi-permanent marks on your psyche. These are experiences that create habits in your brain learned reactions that can repeat themselves in adulthood, if not fully healed. Perhaps you had an emotionally unavailable caregiver or apparent growing up, and you find yourself as an adult sabotaging your relationships by choosing emotionally unavailable partners, or maybe you spoke in front of your school classroom as a child accidentally peed your pants and had someone laugh at you, and now you have full blown panic attacks at the thought of public speaking these are experiences that are stored in the more emotional, less logical right, hemisphere of your brain, and often while you're left. Hemisphere of the brain is setting goals for yourself and being ambitious. The right side has a hard time staying in integrity with those plans. If they're old stored traumas that have never been allowed to heal. These habits can feel impulsive uncontrollable pop up at incredibly inconvenient times they might be triggered by certain people or even the person who is responsible for creating the experience. Most of us have at least one experience like this, even if it doesn't feel like textbook traumatic, but they're stored so deep in our subconscious that sometimes the bad habits that they create are hard to even identify because they feel like they're part of us. Sometimes these bad habits put us in bad positions where we sabotage something consistently your create uncomfortable emotions that make us want drink to cover up the feelings. So when you do the inner child healing, you start to dissolve, the subconscious triggers that make you reach for alcohol? It's like pulling a weed out by its route. Inner Child Healing can be done on your own or with a therapist. A ton by listening to the PODCAST Dharma. PUNKS NYC with Josh Korda huge fan of his. He's been on the show, and it was a really big game changer for me. He focuses a lot on inner child healing, an attachment theory I've also done exercises with my therapist guided meditations on insight timer, specific for inner child healing, or even used an APP for chronic pain, called curable that had writing exercises specific to inner child work. I'm going to list a handful of links and the show notes that you can click on to learn more, and if you're not already using the insight timer APP on your phone for meditation, please download it because one I have used it regularly for almost four years, and it's incredible and to I'm going to include a link to a meditation on the insight timer APP by Justin Michael, Williams I've specifically done this one meditation for the past few weeks, and it's been so powerful for me. My therapist is recommending it to Oliver other clients. The work in recovery never ends. We don't arrive at a finish line once we quit drinking. We just start to uncover the things that are deeply rooted that need a little bit of work. Inner child healing can be one of those things to add to your list to look at when you're ready before we get started. I want to tell you about a company that I love called better help if you're needing some extra help with your recovery or struggling with something that's preventing you from living a happier life that are helped will assess your needs and match you with your own licensed professional therapist. It's not a crisis line or self-help. It's professional counseling done securely online. The service is available worldwide, and you can log into your account on your phone or on your computer and message or counselor anytime you want. They'll send you back timely responses,
"williams" Discussed on The First Degree
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"williams" Discussed on The First Degree
"Did John Get true stay German jail forever. Is He dead? No, and no, although both would have been better alternatives to the reality of what became John. John was sentenced to ten years. which was the maximum for the charges he was facing. But since he was an alien in Germany and also considered a juvenile under their law. The court said that John may be released on parole after only two years. And after this pathetic excuse for a sentence was handed down, John addressed the court, he said quote I deeply sorry for parents and if I could do something to bring her back I would. John was released from that German prison after serving only two years two years for admitting to raping and killing a fifteen year old girl. And there's no denying that there are problems with how the military handles not only murder, but sexual assaults, and how Margaret's murder was handled is perhaps not that different than how it would be handled today. Just look at the numbers. The Department of Defense doesn't keep any kind of military sex offender registry that could potentially alert soldiers and commanders let alone law enforcement to the presence of military sexual predators and this is. Bananas. Why wouldn't they keep track of this? What the excuse possibly be! One, two, thousand and fifteen, the Department of Defense amended their protocols, and they started submitting names of convicted offenders to the national sex offender registry and the national sex offender public website, but very few names are making their way on this list. According to a two thousand nine hundred times, article reported the following. According to the latest figures there were about six thousand restrictor reports of sexual assault in the military in two thousand and nineteen. But only about three hundred cases have been prosecuted. And keep in mind that it's likely that only fifty percent of sexual assaults are reported in the military and the main reason people give for the reason why they don't report them is retribution. One thing I did see is that there's an estimated that twenty five percent of women in the military are sexually assaulted. Read one one in sixteen. One in sixteen and I just subscribed the New York Times in paid. To get past their pay wall while researching for this, but they were saying one in sixteen. Because the military is only twenty percent women essentially, but makes up ninety percent of the sexual assaults, of course, so the fact that there are so few women in the percentages are so high. That's what they can deduce based on the data, and they pull one hundred thousand. Military soldiers yeah, no, it's a huge problem and clearly it. It was a problem in nineteen sixty three. It's a problem now so obviously in the military there is this culture that thrives on silence, and it's a culture that skill that sweeping things under the and allowing potentially violent criminals, the opportunity to continue to rape and potentially escalate to more. I knew John was dark i. knew that he literally person is piercing eyes choose is. We're like black kind of like on those kind of is. But scared of him I don't know. Not a bit, but I should get. And Barbour just said rings true. She wasn't scared of John Hell No, but she should have been because unfortunately, Margaret's life would not be the last one John Jetro would take. Much like how thoughts of John, true became less and less prevalent and Barbara's mind, he slipped back into the US quietly with the murder he committed having happened overseas. He could really just fly under the radar, and his parents never shared what their son had done. And the military for the most part swept this whole thing or right under the rug, and he lived in relative obscurity, and that was until two thousand and seventeen. It wasn't until the massive search for the Golden State killer. That John Gets route became a blip on law enforcement radar. Margaret Williams had a little brother named heaven, and he's seven and a half years old when his sister was killed by John Catcher. Eventually Margaret's family moved back to the states to be stationed at a US base. Evan grew up. It became a pastor working in the church just like his father had. And of course, even though Evan was young when his sister was murdered, that's not something that leaves your mind. So all of these years later now when the FBI announced this revived effort to catch and capture the Golden State Killer Evan heard about that, and he started doing some research, and he found the John Get, through was living in northern California Wall. The golden state killer was active in northern California. Effort said I. Don't know this guy. Is Golden. State's Miller. He made up. You may think on crazy, but there is a man killed by. When he was eighteen and he lives in that area, so he was thinking that the Golden State Seller. Might Dijon get some of the dates was so similar to win John? Had Been in California had done some research. You've got to trace this man's DNA, and they said we can't just go. Jet Is DNA. We don't have any and how we match it in. And then they did that genealogy, and found a cousin back in Ohio, and you know I. Guess You know how they match the different things on the DNA and found a match. Ben Eight started looking at all the jets cruise. Can refined any of the countries, and then they found. Oh, there is one he is in Palo Alto. And so then they make the connections we have to take the detective department to. He knows some police departments they go. We don't care. That was years ago. So when the police started researching it and found out that he was you know the security guard at Stanford and other stuff. Then they found out. No, it's not the Golden State. Killer! This Guy Mike's show some. So as we now, John Gastro is not the golden state killer but John. And Joseph Dangelo are very much connected. They're part of the same club. Both in their seventies both living in northern California both serial offenders who long thought they had gotten away with their crimes in both were caught as a result of genetic genealogy. So John Guttridge DNA was found on the murder remains a twenty one year old Leslie Murli Perlov and she was killed in nineteen, seventy, three. His DNA was also found on the body of twenty one year old Jenny Ann, Taylor who was killed in nineteen, seventy, four, both women were murdered near Stanford University. And these are just cases that we know about so far. Law enforcement officers are working to piece together a timeline of his life, but here's what we do know. John Ultimately became a father. He became a husband three times over, and he held on multiple jobs without really drawing any attention while he was living this double life as.
"williams" Discussed on The First Degree
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"williams" Discussed on The First Degree
"Army, BRATS! You've heard the term. Children with one or both parents serving full time in the military. The age of the phenomenon has meant military brats have also been described by number of researchers as one of America's oldest yet least while known in largely invisible subcultures. The military brought lifestyle typically involves moving to a new state or to new country many many times over wall, growing up other shaping forces or rather implications of this lifestyle include a culture of resilience and adaptability, constant loss of friendship ties. Parents that are literally and figuratively militant in their parenting style, and of course never ever having hometown or roots anywhere. It can be extremely difficult to track military brats down or find out where they've lived where they've been where they ended up what they ended up doing. And for this reason, the military brought lifestyle really is the perfect foundation for someone who really really doesn't want to be found. So today's case takes us back to June eighth of nineteen, sixty three and a lot was happening this week. The song topping the charts was it's my party Lesley Gore and the movie. Playing in theaters was Cleopatra starring Elizabeth, Taylor and Richard Burton. Also Johnny Depp was born, and the rolling stones first single come on was released in the UK. The president of the US JFK assigned the equal pay act of nineteen, sixty, three into law, and he also suspended nuclear testing to work towards a nuclear test ban treaty. The setting for today's case is a city in Germany called bad crasner. Also known as PK. Since its earliest recorded history K. has had a legacy of military influence. It was badly damaged by number of air raids during the last months of World War Two. And following the war I French and the American forces have been continually based in the city the Base K. it was home to thousands of military men, women and children of Army brats with spending her high school years on the base was our first degree Barbara. Station that Italy at one time Germany and Japan and Alaska back when it while out of state, and you learn when you move like every year to two years, you have to get to know people. Just because know, I could come home tomorrow. My Dancers August what? We're being transferred to Timbuktu so when I got to Germany. You couldn't agree. Only had four hundred people in the high school, and that was seventy and eighth grade plus ICICLES. We went back to Germany. In the family. I dad asked stationed in vodka. It's not and that's a beautiful town on the river, not far on Frankfort. and. You know in the military back then you moved almost every year it was it was hard. It was hard, so we got there when I was in eighth grade. Everybody knows everybody's business. All the kids all the kids, but my dad. Was Real. Hit ended. My Dad was over there. Before, so yeah I mean. Everybody knew what everybody else was doing. Nobody had telephones though Germany didn't have phones fact that only a few people had a telephone that they could really use. Because this was sixty three. You know the war, only oser serve lines fifteen years or so. So Barbara a very tight group of girlfriends on the base in one of these friends was named Margaret. Williams Margaret was the. Daughter of Lieutenant Colonel Robert Williams of Clarksville Tennessee and he was also an army chaplain and Protestant minister. I've probably veteran eighth grade. I didn't become friends with her. Until Ninth Grade she was quiet, shy naive. She just. She had no grace's about her. As far as dealing with people and my heart always out that students that didn't in or you know I will get to know him because I was a big mouth everybody. And I just befriended hair. She was a Swedish she could be. The children of the soldiers stationed at the base attended the PK. American highschool. Spring. School started freshman year. Classes, if you WANNA freshman, everybody had same classes together. All this aim teachers. We would hang together. Need lunch. We had a building that was turned into a club for it was open every day. So that's where you went to hang out if you weren't at home. That's where we hung out. It was a snack bar there you could actually get American hamburgers. 'cause you didn't get. They had no Donald's back then they had no juggling fried chicken, no American food at all, except for the base, cafeteria or team. So that was our hang up. And even though Barbara Margaret and all the other kids were living in Germany on a base, they were still engaging in those quintessential high school experiences, and this included high school dances, and these were all held at the basis quote, Unquote Teen Club, and one of these dances was held on June eighth of nineteen, sixty three, and this was a Saturday night. When I tell you this story you're gonNA. Stay Bar. You're making this up just for the podcast. No, I'm not. You can talk to my sister. My sister in law. You can talk to Lynch. Schneider. There's a group of us. They still know each other this. This is what. This is card one I. Think campus in my mind all these years. So Margaret playing. Shea has curly hair, but she doesn't fix it. She doesn't wear makeup, but I didn't. either. I mean we fifteen, but she was very plain. She wouldn't wear any clothing. That was the least bit suggestive and I think that's because her bed was minister in probably during Picky she was plain Jane and because she was quiet and so timid, you could be in a room with three people and nobody even noticed her and I. You know that's kind of sad. And I can't tell you why this particular dance we decided to do this. County Clark was one of my best friends. Loretta Harlow was one of my best friends who randy marrying my brother. She's now my sister-in-law. And I decided that we were gonNA stick Margaret up for the dance it. They said it was a church dance. No, it wasn't. It was the end of the School Year Dance Team Club. There was one every year. It was a dancer I swear at least once a month. There was a dance, so we went to Catholic south because Kathy's family had a lot of money personal money. Money not military money Kathy at the best clothes, Kathy were tons of makeup too much, so we go together to her house, and we went through Kathy's closet in picked out a cream sort of lights, willisch cream skirt that sort of layered out some hips and a creamy white. It felt like Kashmir a sweater that sent Margaret Tiger than anything she had ever worn because you'd big loops. I mean so a girl fifteen eight. She was built. And so Kathy get her makeup. We get her hair. We spent the whole afternoon together and Margaret felt like a million dollars. She was so proud. To held her head on my never did it school when when I saw her. When she left, she was so excited. L. I think now. That I look back on it. Redid that because her dad would never allow that. So renew. We get hurt Kassy's extra up. She can go to the dance. Appearance will never know. So even though Barbara. Got Ready with her friends. She didn't actually go with them to the dance. My Dad was an army colonel, and sometimes he was just a bad ass and he decided. You don't need to go. You go to too many things I just want you home,.
"williams" Discussed on The First Degree
"Piercing eyes choose is. kind of like Jake Bundy those kind of is. But scared of him. But I should have been. Welcome to the first degree that crime podcast that you might end up on. My name is Jack. I'm sitting far away from Alexis. linkletter amd Billie Johnson I'm really upset that we haven't done. Our started our social distancing recording a situation, you guys. This is still hurting me maybe next week x week should be good. This is reliant on billy. Really we all this week should be good news. We all have placed is big enough and. I've disinfectant wipes and. A shield visor that I can wear. You know what maybe that's an extra precaution that we could take as wearing a shield visor as re. We record because we can't use a mask. Me Jack have been seen each other socially distant level outside only I'm swear by this tinted shield visor that I wear it and I won't take it off, so I will wear that. Well you also you wear it while we have a conversation, but it's so tinted that I can't see your face at all, so I don't know what expression you're making. If you're looking at me at I can barely hear you, so you're like. Darth, vader. BLEEP! I'm usually asleep. When people talk to me, that's fine. Yeah, IT IS A. Feeder Vibes. Or daft punk or Daft punk. Billy. What Day is it today? There's a lot of good days today. National creative ice cream flavor day. What is your favorite creative ice cream flavor? That is the question. I will start Humphry slocum makes a cornflakes whiskey. Cornflakes in whiskey. It's excellent. of course you know this really obscure thing. I my creative ice cream flavor. Situation that I have enjoyed in the past my favorite, but on Straw does this or they did this Thanksgiving dinner. Series it was very weird like data mashed potatoes, slavery they had there was a Turkey flavor where they had caramelized. Turkey pieces and the ice cream and it was. Delicious by billy actually. Kinda pissed that you didn't mention that today is national. Chicken Wing. Day, I was going to be next one. Look at her. Alexa. His face. You are a cruel man. Uh! Listen to me that I had my favorite food. You know that as my favorite food in the whole world and you choose ice cream burst. I was waiting for I. Don't want to go. We wouldn't be able to talk about the ice cream if I went with chicken wings I, so we let up chicken wings. You're right because the ice cream would have been kinda downfall so I I like that build up the chicken wings. All right well. That's enough of that so. To number lights and turn off your anxiety. Because, this.
A Nurse's Healing Story: Admitting Her Truth about Addiction
"Hello and welcome to let's talk. A series of podcast produced by the Hazel and Betty Ford Foundation on the issues that matter to us the issues that we no matter to you to Substance Abuse Prevention Research Treatment for addiction. Recovery Management Education and Advocacy I'm your host William Warriors and today we have a story of hope. brought to us by Nina Pillow Nina. How are you can cut? How are you great good to see you again I know you've done a number of a public events. If you will or stood up spoken out using your own story to help unmask the stigma of addiction and promote the reality of what we look like in the fact, that treatment works in cover is possible, and we're glad that you're with us today on, let's talk. Tell us a little bit about your first experience with substances Yeah thank you for having me So my first. Experience was really the one that. Ultimately brought me here For my own in my life, my dad was an alcoholic growing up for me I had an injury which ultimately ended up I ended up getting prescribe narcotics, opiates, and I enjoyed them. Well beyond using them for pain. There's about seven years ago so. Seven years yeah. And you know kind of before. I knew it I was. Enjoying them you know Kinda like my whole mind, body, Spirit, everything and It ended up becoming. You know full on addiction which I thought I was immune to for whatever reason I was not and I was physically addicted. It got to the point where I couldn't use them. I couldn't not use them without getting sick. And the irony of this is that you were working in the healthcare field at some point along the course of your diction nurse Yep talked to us about being a nurse who is struggling with substances. Yeah, it was It was really hard. I had I knew all of I knew about addiction. I knew about opiates. I knew I knew all of those things. and I continued using them anyways and. I think I think I. particularly felt a lot of shame because of that and I. Had access to them in my workplace and so Being just didn't want to be the nurse with an addiction and I think that was a huge denial piece for me, Until I ended up diverting narcotics from the hospital I worked at. ultimately ending, getting caught and resigning. That diversion was so that you could sustain your own addiction. Yes, very much. How did that make you feel when you were under the influence? When you knew what you were doing was not only wrong, but was actually illegal and yet you couldn't stop. Just the powerlessness of it, but also in active addiction. It wasn't. It wasn't a matter of right or wrong because for me. My morals and values have always included not stealing, but that wasn't. It was a matter of feeling, normal or not or So it, just it. I don't I don't know that it was ever I know I. Felt Guilt I knew. I knew at the end of the day. It was wrong, but in the moment it was just. What I needed to do and you know. That's what I did.
"williams" Discussed on Broken Record
"She grant line You. Know Somebody asked your southern. Gothic Y. is the south of have so many freaks. She said we don't have more freaks. Anybody else would just better at recognizing them. Yes, that was such a great line. I can't think of something like that is saying. Plenty things plenty. When I when I ran her stuff. Don't it all just made so much sense to me? I said God I know that for I've seen that person I've seen now. Mother's family for God's. Sake. We'll be back with more from Lucinda, Williams after a quick break. A healthy lifestyle should be easy, right. VEGGIES DRINKING SMOOTHIES exercise to get your heart rate up. Do Yoga to bring your heart rate down. Okay maybe not so easy, but there is something that helps improve everything, and you can do it with your eyes closed. Sleep sleep number knows what it takes to sleep your best sleep number three sixty smart bad lets you choose your ideal firmness, comfort and support on each side. It's your sleep number setting. It's the perfect solution for couples. These beds are so smart that respond to your every move and automatically adjust to keep you sleeping comfortably all night long. Proven quality sleep is life changing sleep, and now during the lowest prices of the season sale save four hundred dollars on a queen sleet number, three sixty C, four smart bed now, only one thousand, two hundred ninety nine dollars. You only find sleepnumber at sleepnumber stores or by visiting SLEEPNUMBER DOT COM slash cadence that sleepnumber dot com slash, C., A., D. E. N. C.. We're back with Cindy Williams performing shadows and doubts from her new album. Good souls better angels..
"williams" Discussed on Broken Record
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"williams" Discussed on Broken Record
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"williams" Discussed on Broken Record
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"williams" Discussed on Broken Record
"Here's Bruce. Them Lucinda Williams. We should mention we are doing this over zoom. You just lost party a roof and a tornado either. In a few months, but there's been real lost to and I. Don't dwell on it, but to people you knew. On John Prime. And how wilner. Who? Records, could you just tell me Navy built the first time you met John Prime. Well. Yeah. We've found out about boats of their. Dance on the same day. On way which was. The day from Hell. Oh I was living here in the nineties in Nashville. Own No way. Met John Before that. After I I need to Los Angeles in the mid eighties. And I want to play at the are. Is a famous folk festival in Canada. It's been going on for a long time Mariposa. Yes I think it was her pose Pouch Hassle. And John was there. He was on the bill and I'm photograph about sanctuary. Somebody choked from there. and. That's when I got in. And then slashed for several years later on living in Nashville. And he had he was living here. It's. Fairly small city was even smaller. You know so. We cross paths again and. He has to. Open, some show is for room, and and then, but the story that always remember that gets the always log to tell is when. John now decided to write together and so we met for drinks and donor. At this cafe and dimly went over to more studio. His Studio Oh. Boy, records of music grow it. And it was when I was working on the Clark. Sohn's Riccar wills and I had drunk financial. Why been working on forever I'm stuck with that Song I can finish it, so I thought I would show it to him. It's had me ideas for. And So he cannot with some a couple of things that were great. John Bryan Song. Off. Camera, you know that gray fly witty humor. But, they didn't really fit for the Williams. and. He that I knew it. Need new. We just you know wrestling We just laughed and you know played songs. Talked until the It you know is one of the best. Evening are spent. You know with another song wider. So, and of course as saying on a couple of albums with Jim. A couple of songs insurmountable. Know so tell me about Hell produce one of your albums and how? The West out MIA. and. That was a shock because we didn't even know he got separates. You know he wasn't in the hospital were anything it was just our willing. You know so. With John We knew, of course you know. He was in hospital and. There is always at costs ability. Which should make easier course? That was how we had no warning at all. So we. Should talk talk about a lot of things we should talk, but the new record It's got a heavy almost garage band. Sam He's done that a lot like. Suffer me, changed. I have done that and I wanted to do more of that in. For this, do you? Do you write the songs and then get him studio? Think I know it makes sense. Or the songs come prepackaged with like that Fuzzy Guitar. I guess you know, go through a writing phase. Komo. Is You know coming up with lines and notes in this Kiva running? You know like a briefcase. Full of songs that are half managed or Titles or songs ideas for songs, and we asked an ongoing thing, and but I'm not disciplined. Were I'll sit down on days. Okay I'M GONNA. Work on writing did. At philly that I guess, but whatever that's I'm accepting. Myself. Seems to be working for you, so don't change it now. Comes out. Get them out so whatever it. Tate's so I get in that riding the. Just riding writing writing for like two weeks. This just came together. Khanna magically I mean we win an with? Withdrawn Kennedy. Rahid invited US just to come. And do a couple of tracks just to see what happens car thing you know wasn't like this big official. Okay? We're GONNA need to allow rate his raised studio so even that was really with Konta. Spontaneous win and we were in between tours didn't have that much time. We look two days in between wrongs and. We went in and started putting a couple of things down and. Right off the bat. We knew you know with their. We got something here. You know and somehow rages. I mean he just tuned. Right in to you know the sound everything is I guess as a combination of rage expertise the acoustics in the studio. You now literally no! One point I asked Tom said. You know just. Hypothetically what would happen if we took ray and went to different studio, you know when we get this I've sound and and one point. Tom said I don't think. It's just all those things you know half. At the same time to make it work, and do you think it's a sound that just suits these songs? Yeah, that's the thing and we cut some other ones, too, but it became angered. At a certain point, there's a certain sound here in these songs are working really well. You know it's starting to come into play like. A lot of people have talked about the sound of the record, but to me. What was really a shift few was? A lot of the language in the record And I think most people when they think of you. Think of you vary rocketed language, and not just visual images you know us. Car Wheels on a gravel road. Made one of my favorite lines of years, which is handy, blankets cover lonely girl. Only girls yeah. This. The language is much for it's. It's more direct, but it's more apocalyptic for Michael. No. was. Deliberate were you trying to put away.
"williams" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"We're about to tell this week Jason Williams was an all star in the NBA. He was charismatic. He was legitimate. New York. Sports Star was hired after his playing career because he was so good at the doing of television by NBC. To try and recreate some of the stuff that Charles Barkley has done and he would have been very good at doing it and then his life fell apart because he accidentally took the life of someone else. It was a famous night that was at his mansion where he accidentally shot his limo driver while playing with guns and drinking and then the resultant cover up which had a lot of details in it. That are hard to listen to. Because he just an act of of what he describes now is cowardice he just was shocked and panicked and saw his life flash before his eyes and so he tried to cover it up. Jason Williams TMZ is not someone that I've heard a lot from since all of this happened to him. He went to prison for twenty seven months for everything that happened in this story. I've never heard him talk as honestly and as emotionally about this as he does in this interview he he is clearly a broken man trying to do some good work with what is left of what used to be his life helping people with addiction helping people with alcoholism so I think that this is the best South Beach Session that we have done in terms of richness of emotion and detail. And I'm looking forward to getting to it here but first here's Mike Ryan telling you a little bit about who sponsors South Beach sessions.
"williams" Discussed on Knowing: Robin Williams
"You know from his sweaty stand up risks and his out of this world characters. Daddy this is more more. This is Mr McConnell connel. Now get to know the man behind the screen for Macmillan podcasts. This is knowing Robin Williams Williams. I'm your host Christie West Guard and I'm Dave it's cough. I'm a New York Times cultural reporter and I'm the author of a biography on Robin Williams called Robin over the next two months. We'll take you through the magic and mundane and everything in between is Robin worked. His way into America's homes and hearts. We'll tell you the stories. Behind his rapid and the Oscar goes to Robin Williams uncover personal struggles to carry that burden fain. Here's a little warning sign of cocaine problem first of all. If you come home your house you have no furniture. Richardneer cats going. You'll hear new and never before heard interviews with fresh insights. I'd say he knew he was funny. Aw All really talented people. He worries about how funny he is and people love me so much. I really worthy of it in understand. Understand his passing in a whole new. If it had been our everyone I expected that he killed himself because he was this clown it would've been a much better story but more than anything. You'll come away knowing. The lawless manic spirit of robin that lives on to this day goes only giving a little spark of atoms. If you lose got sued we nuts every Monday starting on October. Is We piece together. The story behind the silver screen after is not about jokes so after about something else. And what's it. What about find out what it's all about through Robbins. Is it's been brief. Does over the lights to turn bright. The new episodes will be available on Apple. PODCASTS spotify.
"williams" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Your support and get a cool fund limited edition record on that website and as always I wanNA give a shout out to the Pete's picks as I mentioned every week I don't do traditional ads on this podcast I just do Pete's picks which are actually products I'm actually sitting next to my alphabrain is my alphabrain right here Alphabrain instant which I take when I want to get it into me a little bit faster alphabrain is a new atropine which is a fancy way of saying brain item and basically it's earth grown ingredients it's not a stimulant like coffee it doesn't make you jittery it just gives you the nutrition that your brain needs from memory communication and focus basically for the past four or five years anytime I've done a podcast anytime I've written the script anytime I've done stand up literally if I'm just going out on a date and I want to be clear and able to communicate and pay attention I take a couple of Alphabrain two or three alphabrain fifteen minutes before and it's one of those things that I swear by I wish I had in college it it makes my work life and my personal life so so much better and like I said it's not something that peps you up it just gives you wonderful earth krone botanical that your brain needs to function it's clinically studied and it is shown to support memory and yes and I swear by it and you can try it people sometimes come up to me and asked me for Alphabrain I always have it on me you can try go on it an IT DOT com flash weird and you'll get ten percent off your purchase and show your support of this podcast literally a product that is changing my life for the better in a huge way so if you use your brain alphabrain can make it that much easier to use it effectively so good on it dot com slash weird the other piece pick which is sitting right here his Charlotte's web hemp oil obviously you hear how the hemp plant people smoke and get some stone but what Charlotte's web hemp oil is is it's CBD news scientists science to remove the THC and they leave the body and brain beneficial cbd so it is not an intoxicant it doesn't get used owned or anything like that it just helps take the edges off of life it helps me speaking anecdotally for me personally say wonderful stress reducer is in a for wonderful mood elevator when I'm traveling when I'm working when I was on the set of crashing I used to ask for it it was in my makeup bag that come by the powder right phase and asked me if I wanted my happy happy juices was what I called him boil it just helps me ease and flood Oh and move with whatever it is doing with a little bit more grace and ease and a little bit quicker to smile a bit quicker to laugh and a little bit quicker to say yes whatever it is I have to do while keeping my brain sharp and in the game they also make wonderful soothing balm so you can get help on you way and as I always say there are other places you can get CBD but the Stanley Brothers who make Charlotte's web are the only people that I've found that grow their hemp in Colorado for Human assumption so if you'd like to try it does the best way is to get the original formula go to CW hamp dot com slash weird and he's Promo Code keep it crispy nineteen and you'll get ten percent off and show your support for this show the third and final pick is catava a had twice today it is a plant based just superfood drink mix made the most exotic nutrient rich superfoods known to man these CATAVA team literally I've talked to them personally they go into the jungle into the Amazon to find the most beneficial ways to deliver these nutrients to people that they're not getting one hundred percent plant raced you're GONNA get Omega threes not from an anonymous source of weird mercury filled fish but from plants from Chia seeds from flax seeds there's eight super fruits build into built into it seventeen Greens and veggies really hard for me to get my Greens and veggies when I'm on the road so just take a bag of Catava with me boom for.
"williams" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Welcome to the Bravo clubhouse for the podcast division of Watch what happens live with me Andy Cohen and while the drama of all the drama on Doma Castillon. She's finally back and I get to ask how you do. It's much whatever's live with now. Ah Welcome to watch what I'm your host. Andy Cohen live in the Bronx clubhouse back from summer break coming in hot with the Queen Queen of hot topics. I guess tonight is back in the clubhouse for the first time in six law get years so we have a lot to talk about from the Wendy Williams show which starts its eleven season on September sixteenth. Please welcome the Queen of all media windy. you know Metoo We have a good thing yeah we do. I don't know what happened. I don't either mad. It doesn't matter we're back. Yes you'll see case any celebrity. News breaks tonight. Wendy brought along a professional to help us process it all and over at the bar it is. Wendy's Wendy's hot topics senior producer Norman Baker huge house. Is that okay. Here's the deal Wendy. He and I have both been accused of being a tad messy okay. Mathis fired our first full it. I go to W. W. H. L. Dot TV Who's Messier me or Wendy Williams. What are you dorman. Who's Messier Meter Wendy. You Watch my show. I watch your show I work with. I'M GONNA go with you Andy. Yes we'll. Let's see what the audience are you guys. Is it going on screen because I don't see there's a mess and then there's a sloppy. When do you were sloppy. We like me like it's all good for six years but I've been watching I know okay. Robin Wind Got Matching Ring Finger Tattoos to signify their commitment to one another on Potomac Portola Wendy thoughts on ring finger tattoos. I like it. I I discovered it with Pam Anderson and I thought that was real sexy yeah and but I'm glad and I never got one because now you know abandoned me loved anymore. Do you by the way. Did you ever see that Pam Anderson. Tommy Lee sex tape tally. Lee Is he could okay yeah but also it was so sweet yes yes. I liked it. Karen finally revealed her fragrance. La Dom tonight on Potomac but the ladies were more interested in spraying lash shade take a look at this shady boot moments our got it in my mind. I'm about a good thirty to thirty five tops thirty six years old but after I got sprayed down I'm about seventy three seventy four. I became a grandma my mom you'll love it. We'll guess what we actually have. Cairns Fragrance dom right here Wendy Williams. Can I get your impression of Dom. It's light. It's not heavy. I think the girls were being mean. It's Nice it's it's nice all lady. You think of a really heavy fragrance like cinnabar okay. Yes you got married. A medicine. Try Love The new theme song for Mary. Medicine Toya in Dr Jackie's new houses were revealed the old I they I mean they both they both moved up congratulations to them your questions for Wendy Williams or coming in but before we get to those here's what three three things I am obsessed with tonight. I Wendy has never been afraid to stick her nose. In the housewives business in fact her nose in the rest of her face have popped up on Potomac from time to title watching watching a memorable hike and I watched it with my sister on the couch and I'm like why I always involved and I know I love it by the way your sister. Wanda is here Oprah. Yes wow she's up for the weekend. I said You WanNa hang with me. Then come on. Let's go oh my God so well. Here's what Wendy it is time time to dive headfirst into all the housewives hot topics. Does your here we go dots on Bethany rankles departure from the New York housewives well. I had a very extensive conversation with Bethany the day. Wow Oh yes. She was about to get on the plane to go to the Bahamas and Bethany is one of my favorite housewives and I think it is a detriment to New York. Okay Okay Dot side. Adding me wouldn't be any better. I have not heard that Rupert until I heard you tonight in on top. I read it on the blog. Argonne like why thoughts on actress Carcelle Veuve oh coming onto the housewives of beverly. Va well away she she might be able to like. I love your style known. She might be able to come through like rented denied and everyone knows that pull. Yes got navy if she just just talk your talk although it's beneath her she's an actress but if there's no acting roles you gotta pay the bills okay thoughts on Chabert. Every judge camera recently stated that she would consider leaving the show she was demoted to a friend. Dodson none less than smart mark thoughts on Kenya more coming back to the house size of Atlanta you-your from Potomac was recently a guest on the show on on your show you two very interesting rabbi in your opinion who stands out more Karen Giselle bigger impression Howard Karen Eric Karen and you you enjoyed her. I did thank you very much as a newly single lady in the city I would imagine wendy identifies as to carry but since I identify as a Samantha I want to get the naked truth about how single life has been treating Wendy so here's what let's get into it with Wendy and the city you gotta you stated on your show in July. You're seeing a doctor who you really liked. Are you still seeing this mystery man. I see many men what is the oldest and youngest age. You could see yourself dating because it was a younger man that you were hanging out with a little bit too. No not let like that okay okay okay. The youngest would be like forty eight oldest sixty five. Let me guess would be forty eight yeah. Oh Yeah would you date someone shorter than you. Five feet eight only last signed you and your soon to be ex Kevin. You two are in touch your friendly what we have to be you. You have to be Kevin June twenty four twenty five years yeah I mean he messed up but you know hey lastly Vaughn although you've gone through so much over the last year in the public life in the public eye what is one positive thing you've learned from the break-up and the heartbreak. I really election you may I. I don't know why because I like her. She's smart. She's strong. She makes good choices and issue here for season eleven like I like me and I like you Jeff. Thank you very much Wendy. Williams finally for over ten years more than fifteen hundred episodes episodes. Wendy has mouthed off on celebrity fashion and since I can imagine that can get tiring. I thought we'd let this talking okay when the assigned for or Wack Wendy. I'm going to show you some outside fashions if you're into them your fan but if not just sit in Judgy Silence Guan John Norman stop laughing because I fashion for sub Potomac Ashley's curly short wig clock it if you like no Kansas Kansas and the mom and sister matching for jackets okay okay looking like a Grecian Goddess with jeweled headpiece okay wig that Ashley said Look like a Toupee Robin wearing a bathing suit and a see through covering cover up okay Giselle wearing gold sparkle long-sleeve top and gold hoops. Okay Orange County Gina's new platinum blonde. Look the season now wearing a white fur jacket. I Love Vicki no matter what fake the Samra wearing padded shoulder pink sequined top and Pink Eye Shadow Shannon where your hip hop dancing outfit yeah. I like it for me. Okay broadgreen serving eighty slam okay over to Dallas Leeann wearing a purple shimmer top jeweled inside brave. Stephanie were dining costal back turtleneck. Thank you very much next week sports one of the Potomac Reunion Ashley Leeann candidates take another stab at the butter knife drama. Here's the big ear is the facts. The reason is because you kept coming in my mother. Stop coming in my house my own house issue. I've looked in your eyes beady little eyes. You are on this. You really go without business all right tons of questions for you coming in Wendy Joseph Shepherd leave their questions or your questions. He's he's a real questions Joseph Shepherd once in a looking doc on it. Do you regret how tough you are. While interviewing Whitney on your radio show well Andy and Joseph Legesse Komo rest in Peace Whitney. I wasn't tough on her. Whitney stayed on the phone and she was the one drumming of all the drama and I was sitting calmly Felix. AC DOC s texted. If you ever got married again. Will you gotTa pre-nup ABS- Hey Brian. What's your question for Wendy Williams. Hi Wendy how'd You I'm not sure Brian. Ah I wanted to know How did you and you need leak through kindle your relationship after years of going Kirk of patch and kind of being shady throwing shots at chocolate each other yeah I was on vacation. I saw that I was like Oh. I'm so psyched about this now well. I'm rebuilding building my team and so what had happened. was I called the chief she don't she doesn't like to be called them assistant and she vets everyone knows everyone's number and she's sitting over there next to my sister. Wanda high and so so chief can get everything done. I said look and I'm doing my walk right now. Because now I'm going through a divorce. I'm rebuilding alling my life and he was one of the people I want to speak with a why are we fighting. I'm three decades in the game is the cause of all these I don't. Oh No I know is I was raising a family. My kid is now off the schooling in Miami. You know I'm a Bachelorette and I have time to think a lot about so called her up and Youtube came together. So chief got the number. I called her up. I was like look. I don't know what your problem is with me or with you. But where are you now. Let's have dinner or whatever and it was such an easy. I talked to earlier today such a good conversation very good. Let's go to Fabian from New Orleans. I'm glad you tour are together. She's a she's a good one yes. She is Nathan really loud. I'm they say in what your question by Andy Hi Norman Windy Windy Wendy Wendy super super excited about your bio-pic coming on lifetime and I'm just wondering if you're old has it's already been cast and how deep into your personal life are you willing to go. I mean pretty deep. You know if you're looking for me to like throw so you know my husband soon to be ex under the bus. That's not what's going to happen. I mean you know I'm fifty five. I've been doing this over three decades. There's a whole lot of juicy that needs to be covered. I can't wait guys. Wendy Williams built an empire around asking shady questions but unfortunately for her. The Empire is about to strike back when the time has come for you to plead and plead the okay only only one okay Wendy Williams help help. How would how would you describe your relationship with the other woman and are you behind hind the Ferrari Repo. I don't know what you're talking about. There was a Ferrari that was repossessed aw yeah. How would you describe your relationship with that woman. These people I'm never I I don't. I don't know who Kevin became. I don't know who I am. Get outta here. Andy Okay Wendy. You've interviewed dozens of real. Oh housewives on your talk shows who has been your least favorite to interview. I don't have at least favourite you don't know 'cause I produced my own show show so with my invite them on its because I liked them. Wendy fifty cent has a long history of throwing shade toward you on Instagram Ego. Can you say three nice things about fifty cents. Yes he's not a bad looking man. I respect his hustle and I was one of the first people to ever play his music as a matter of fact probably probably the first on a cassette on the radio got suspended for two weeks without a because. I used to be a renegade like that if I liked it. I take it right off the block this suspended undo because I'm playing music. That's not gonNA play list like I was. That girl locked the door. Nobody can come in. This is what I live knowing that you were one of the first people rollerblades music comes after you now. I understand him after the APP store. Now wow very good wendy of that. I'm prepared. Listen you you you roll in prepared..
"williams" Discussed on Words Of Williams
"My amazing husband Dion here with me in this is words of Williams episode three. You came in with, like the soul jams like the soul soul for voice, I. Yeah. Voices soulful that sleepy. Yeah. Yeah. Wait, diplo for number wake episode read in need to bring this heat I'm, I'm here. Talk in either wanna wanna did make it complicated. Let me say this before we forget, we gotta tell them about the seven day upload streak, we're going for we're going to do a seven day of load streak and then after that it'll be once a week man, if you don't wake fluff of way days a heat. Well, we drop in pie past after podcast. John do it because I was trying to wake you did gray. I know us gone hit us was like nineties, RAM, be voice. Are you talking about today? Real slow.
"williams" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Happy holidays everyone. We just wanna say thank you to all our listeners for supporting par cast this year, we wouldn't be able to do historical figures without you like many of you. We are taking time off over the holiday. We won't release a historical figures episode on December twenty sixth, but we'll be back with a brand new episode on January ninth. And while we're away we ask that you do us a favor, please tell one friend about your favorite par- cast podcast. This will help us out tremendously. Thanks again for listening. On being grotesque. But you got to be you see what I mean. You got to be crazy. It's too late to be saying too late. You gotta go full tilt bozo. Because you're only given a little spark of madness. And if you lose that you're nothing from media. You don't ever lose that because it keeps you alive? That's my only love crazy Robin Williams from his uproar you stand up comedy to his serious turns in dramas, like goodwill, hunting and dead poet's society. Robin Williams, always seemed to be larger than life. He was a figure everyone in America knew and loved. But did anyone truly knowing could anyone even his family, friends or doctors understand the workings of his rapid fire mind who was the real man behind the pop. Culture legend. Hi, I'm Vanessa Richard Simmons Carter ROY welcome to historical figures on the par cast network every other Wednesday, we discuss different persons lasting historical impact, unique personality and impression on the world around them are audio biographies cover big lives, but we like to focus on little known facts today, we're discussing legendary comedian, Robin Williams if you wanna listen to any previous episodes, you can find them and all of park has shows on your favorite podcast directory. A lot of you ask how to help the show. Well, if you enjoy the podcast the best way to help is to leave us a five star review and now back to the life of Robin Williams. From MRs Doubtfire to hook to his beloved performance as the genie in Disney's Aladdin, Robin Williams. Iconic acting roles helped shape the childhood of millions of millennials to their parents Williams was the bold and out of control stand up who got his start as an odd alien on the television, sitcom Mork and Mindy still many others. I witness the strength of Williams acting in his breakthrough dramatic performance in good morning. Vietnam, though, how each person I saw Robin Williams perform may be different. There was one universal constant that anyone could agree on. He was a one of a kind talent. But dig a little deeper and you'll see that though he was the man who made the world laugh. He was also a man who struggled with hardship addiction and depression on the complexity in contradiction of his personality is perhaps why Robin Williams was able to capture the. Hearts in a magic nation of so many people with his talents. He was in every man who grew up with tremendous, wealth and privilege. He was a comedian who made others laugh while dealing with his own darkness. He was an actor whose roles inspired others to be better while his own struggles with addiction made his personal life worse in his last years Williams secretly suffered from a debilitating disease and in two thousand fourteen committed suicide at the age of sixty three but before tragedy put an end to his life, Robin Williams brought so much joy to the world. Robin Williams was born in Chicago on July twenty first nineteen fifty one his father Robert was an executive for the Ford Motor Company and his mother Lori was a model Williams had two half brothers. But they were much older than him. And he was raised essentially as an only child with two successful working. Parents. The young Robin lead a lonely early childhood in suburban lake forest, Illinois, according to Williams, he was raised in a family were an ideal child was seen and not heard he described his father as classy and ethical but stern yet despite that serious background. It was during his early childhood that his comedic talents began to emerge. Williams started being funny in an attempt to capture his mother's attention. He would do anything to get a laugh out of her, and he usually succeeded, but still the comedian later characterized these years as lonely life felt a whole lot loan. Earlier in nineteen sixty three when the Williams family moved from the Chicago suburbs into a giant forty room mansion outside of Detroit. It was in that giant empty house where he learned to play with himself. You mean by himself? Don't censor the messenger Vanessa with no other children around Williams had to play with his toy soldiers alone. And he took on every role. He staged an acronym. Stick battles between Indians, and Nazis or Cowboys and fighter pilots giving them all different voices and characters every scene was like a one man improv show for the rest of his life. This time in his childhood remained, incredibly important to Williams even as an adult. He kept his childhood toy collection stashed away in his home hidden behind a wall panel in what he called his secret room while Williams early childhood antics were reserved for the attic and his mother when he entered high school, his charisma and energy. Captivated his fellow classmates in nineteen sixty seven when Williams was sixteen his father retired early and move the family across the country to Tiburon, California, a wealthy town just outside San Francisco spending his teen years near San Francisco during the late sixties had a tremendous impact on Williams during the sixties a quiet and relatively cheap neighborhood in the city around. The intersection of Haight street and Ashbury street underwent a massive transformation on this area became the legendary Haight Ashbury district, the birthplace of the hippie counterculture movement. Strangers. It sounds to understand the direction that Robin Williams. Life took it's important to understand the hippies in response to the strict norms and expectations of the laced nineteen fifties. Many young people set out to differentiate themselves from the pro capitalist ideals of their parents generation, they set out to forge a brand new path that encourage free thought in new ideas, this counterculture movement started with the beat generation. The beats were group of writers and artists centered in New York City in the nineteen fifties. They rejected
"williams" Discussed on The Good News Podcast
"The. I'm calling your host of the good news podcast and I'm Neil, the other host. The good news podcast is your source for good news, fun stories, auditory delight and sonic joy. We're bringing all of this goodness to you from the cards against humanity studios in Chicago. So on today's episode, I'm gonna share something I read that was pretty inspirational and opening from athlete, Serena Williams. An Instagram post. She wrote last week was not easy for me. Not only was I accepting some tough personal stuff, but I was just in a funk, mostly. I felt like I was not a good mom. I read several articles that said, postpartum motions can last up to three years if not dealt with. I like communication best talking things through with my mom sisters, my friends that let me know. My feelings aren't totally normal. It's totally normal to feel like I'm not enough for my baby. We have all been there. I work a lot. I train and I'm trying to be the best athlete I can be. However, this means, although I have been with her every everyday for life, I'm not around as much as I'd like to be most of you. Moms can deal with the same thing, whether you're staying home or working finding that balance with kids as a true art. You are the true heroes. I'm here say if you're having a rough day or breath week, it's okay. I am too. There's always tomorrow. Nice. Yeah, I loved to this post because Serena Williams, somebody who as a compost so much. She's a new mom and she's like, acknowledging the fact that it's hard for everybody and I'm a mom too. Like I think we've talked about and it is hard. It's hard to balance everything and feel like you're doing a right job, but it's really nice that people are publicly acknowledging it's it's tough business in this idea of like you can have it all, and everything's great. Like that's not real. Yeah. And talking about it is critical. I think she's right that communication is key to that. I feel like so an I am a straight white man, so I don't. I don't get to have a strong opinion on this, but I do fully and consistently acknowledged that anything that is related to women as always put on the backburner. So so when my daughter was born, when I was pregnant with my daughter, I'm somebody who is like kind of wound. A little anxious. So I was just convinced I was going to have postpartum convinced. I was like, this is going to happen. I need to prepare. I I know I'm going to go down some very dark rabbit hole. So one of the things that we did was my husband and I met with the doctor and the doctor gave him like really concrete list of things to look out for because like when you're in the midst of all that you, you don't, you're not a good judge of character of yourself. So I was really relying on the people around me to be like, all right calling like, you're not right. We need to deal with this. So I think that's also really empowering to say, if you acknowledge like, okay, this might be a problem, and then you have you create a community around you that can help you identify when things are going left, then you can sort of deal with it quicker and it makes it. So it's not so horrible for you. Listening. Good news. Awesome. For maybe wanna tell us a joke or idea. That's amazing. Email asset good news at cards against humanity dot com or leave us voicemail at seven, seven, three, two one, seven zero one, five, six. You can also tweet us at the good news pod, and if you love the good news podcast review us on items. We'd appreciate it. Most of our music is by putting bear same place same time tomorrow.