33 Burst results for "Worthington"
"worthington" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"You know. It's so interesting because it's so true. That fear that i think particularly you and i've talked about this before that christian women have of. Can i do this find mirrors the score or find god and i think deep down in our hearts. Let's just try to find like there's a good place at that's coming from like. Oh we want to glorify god but i think we just have a lot of past watch yourself like don't get ahead of yourself don't get too big for your britches like you know like where are you leading. Are you not only. We've had some messages given to us that. Make us fearful. I remember when i was in the midst of writing my very first book. And i had gone to a conference and the podcast was doing well and all the things and it was like for the first time i mean before i had my podcast. I'm a stay at home. Mom and before i was that i was a teacher coach and so i now is doing this new thing. That was very odd to me. Like okay so i go places certain places. I'm not walking to target people who are knowing me but go to these conferences. And they know who i am and i was just like. I don't think i can do this. Like i literally don't think i can do this and i told my friend and i said i don't think i can do this. I don't think i can write a book. I don't think i can do this. Because i'll be prideful. And i'll become era get and she looked me straight in the eyes as she said. I think you need to fight your sin and not disobey god. What she meant was god's calling you into this so what you need to do is fight. Said like that's what we all have to fight. But don't say no to god because you think you can't handle it. And i've never forgotten that and i think that's true to what you're saying about where women are feeling like. I don't know if i can do this calling. That god's asked me to do start a business foster you know. Start a cookie business. This is so dumb. I've been following this woman on instagram. She started a cookie business because she had some time on her hands could for her. I watch her instagram and when she ices the cakes i told her it's like soothing this to my soul that i need to watch cake every night before i go to bed but she started that because she just felt like she wanted to do something now she has a business. I just love hearing stories like that of women going. I'm going to step out. I'm gonna do despite how might feel in part two of your book you talk about. What hold you back in this conversation. We've listed tons of things. What was it for you. What was the most thing for you. You talked about your kids but anything else. What was the most thing that held you back. Well here's something crazy. So when are prayed to the lord. Okay what's next and new. I would go back to business. coaching business. Coaching is my gift. Like that's my go-to but he was really calling me to speak also felt like i was timing started. Podcast was like okay. I have these dreams. Whenever i get the okay. I'm forward and i got sick. I got really really really sick. It started with a regular virus turned into a cough chest. Pain stomach pain. I had all these procedures to try to figure out what was wrong. No one knew what was wrong. And at one point i lost my voice so the lord is literally asking me to quit my job and to do all the things that i do depend on my voice business coaching. I'm on the phone with women all day. Long business owners speaking starting a show the stakes just got higher. Things are a little bit crazier and heart of it. I believe was. It's kind of my body going. You have lost your voice until literally. We're gonna take your voice away until you get ready to do something and i was in bed one night three. Am because i coughed all the time. I coughed so much just about had apps and you know have had has three m coughing and coughing coughing and i support myself up in bed and said jesus just tell me what to do. You gotta help me out here. Tell me something to do. And he said do what i just taught you to do and fight and i had just finished fears. Faith where it's all about fighting fear and my pain in my despair of what was going on in that year i just forgot how to fight And so then. The next day i wake up. I'm like okay. What is fighting this even look like and it looked like just not giving up so doctor after doctor after doctor and tried all sorts of crazy things. No one for sure knew what was wrong. But as soon as i started to take action to leave my job my body started getting better. Stop it. i still have after-effects i am. I'm two years past. It and i still have health challenges from that that no one really knows why but lord willing i hope i never lose my voice again And i think it was. One of those things of everything in me was fighting against what the lord wanted me to do And my body. Just finally shut down and you had to keep moving forward and i think it's a massive huge example of what happens to so many women. Is we get scared. We don't use our boys. We don't do what god's calling us to do and we shutdown mind just happened on a grander scale. Yeah it happens literally and figuratively to women every day. Feel like they don't have a voice and they can't voice what god's put inside of them which is not true and we know that and we both talk about that individually in our books which i love so much what about. I hear this a lot. And i don't know if you specifically about this but i hear this a lot of. There's no room for me like everything that i'm dreaming of everything i wanna to do. It's already been done so there's no room for me. So why should i even throw my name into the hatter. My business or what i have to offer. What do you say to those women. Well number one okay. From a business perspective here goes there are billions of people in this world and the internet. Lets us reach them for free. Which is amazing. So that's just business facts but to is everybody. Does everything in a different way. Like god put a very similar message in both our hearts. Some women are going to read your life story in your version of that message that god wanted you to say and be like this is the most brilliant thing ever. Some women are gonna read my version and go okay. This connects with me. Someone not already both. Those are our favorite winds interface box. Set you guys. You're the best but people say things in a different way. God has us..
"worthington" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"I a friend to join me and we chat about the big things the little things in life and everything. In between france today is a fun. Show my friend allie. Worthington is joining me and she was on the show before four years ago. You guys i have loved getting to know her over the past four years alan. I are what we're liking to call book sisters. We both released our news books in the same week alley released on tuesday and i released on a thursday her new book standing strong. A woman's guide to overcoming adversity and living with confidence is out right now and i highly recommend this book. We joke in this interview today. That her book standing strong and my book. Ub you could be like a box set because we're screaming the same message in just saying in different ways and that message is that we really really believe that you as a woman you can hear. God's voice you can live in your calling. You can overcome adversity and you can do all the things he asked me to do with confidence. Today it was fine and allie shares. The journey of how she had to listen to god and lay something down and trust him with the results. And i have a feeling some of you might be those same shoes today. In fact she says something that. I wrote down in the interview. She said listen. God told you to do it. It's just hard. It doesn't mean you have to quit. It doesn't mean it's wrong if god told you to do it and it's hard it's okay. I think you're gonna love this episode if you do not have a copy of her book. Standing strong to is a day for you to get it. You can listen to it. You can read it with a book in your hands but however you do it get a copy of her book and maybe grab it for girlfriend for christmas or something. Here's my conversation with alli worthington pay.
"worthington" Discussed on DAVIDBOWIE: ALBUMTOALBUM
"Absolutely which is unto us a baby part -nology maybe just tokyo without thinking previously. You how the holy a little bit. But it's got the air somebody just thinking. Oh yeah the the second goal. It's there isn't made the strategy behind this whereas the walls with honky dory starts beat switchover points. I think mentioned brian. May and definitely the spiders remake of it is that don't you feel as a bit of Brian may going on there. Macron's guitar i don't know how closely were actually. Yes it's definitely queen going on. You could imagine freddie doing that. I wonder if it did happen. I would leave it there for now. But tim tim. Tim machine worthington. I'll stick with that route climbing because expert can you add to your bio now. It's been an absolute pleasure talking to you sir. If you still want more wonderful things and all things. Tim machine atlanta available at two. Where can we find more of your things. Similar things in the orchestra place or a couple of bowie related features on there on incubated intrastate eight and one of my publisher. Call now thinking about made this quite a few by we relate to pieces including on the two times of saw him live which was on the time machine to and tolls big feature trying to work out. What happened in this league. Tv apparent says which were all lost so is. That's the place to go. I have health thinking about me. I have higher than the sun. Which is your book about primal. Scream mightily valentine saying in africa. Well i'll just. I'll stick but i can't help thinking about me absolutely fascinating reader and again like i said at the beginning the podcast. It's you taking a fresh slow. I don't wanna say a sideways look at things. Because that's the worst cliche vaucluse as but it is really refreshing and fascinating. Read so i do recommend that for anyone. Who's interested in the more esoteric ends of bowie's career so with that tim thank you again spewing absolute pleasure and i hope to welcome you back soon and no doubt tim tim machine will. I wonder what you can guess. What will be talking about next. But sir yeah. We'll we'll talk you about something absolutely guinness laura. Okay well thanks. That was me sitting down with a stand up guy to tim machine worthington and as we mentioned his cited seemed worthington dot org has details in profusion about his numerous activities and interests. And is well worth a rummage around in the meantime as ever. I hope you enjoyed our chat and please do review and share this podcast. Avi have it's very much shaped as are all the comments mistress on social media so until the next episode. Stay safe and well thank you to twelve..
"worthington" Discussed on DAVIDBOWIE: ALBUMTOALBUM
"Plows and rain. Blackberry way bev. Bevan the drama beth. Beth wow wow wow wow six extraordinary single and how they hold. The barely reminds me which again maybe please hold site. Well it's five years too late. I'm just thinking now. You mentioned the intro and how it's everything's kind of jammed up against each other as is designed for impacts. Yeah hundred reminds little bit of something. Like i wanna hold your hand which was written for pure impact. You know it was. It was a song them's constructed to be pow and yeah there's definitely that here so there's certainly a real sense of urgency to this the origins of the song quite mysterious anyway. Because i think wasn't it because what the staff there. The monday show. Yeah it's unfortunate country. Brock which is another attempt to emulating by will and as the b side. Because the something very. It's more like the the first. He backs alpinist. Tyrannosaurus rex album. Then you know hot or something book is very clearly how the how these emulating what bowlin was start today. When he went electric the phone calls quite kind of you know they thought that war in them he steffi during the war blunt. Black country rock. I had yeah hand to send it so much here but music cole late in the vocals but i think it's valuable bought up. Let's just talk about crowley and that kind of hp lovecraft and everything that was infusing. The man who sold the world period. I think bowie mentioned later. That was smoking tons of spliff. And you know. He was really getting into his occult. Which was pretty focused ran the time. Wasn't it yet. People like jimmy page's well who enthusiastically racing. The lord darkness. Well yeah and it's interesting flipside you have. In the mid sixty call george robertson exploring eastern relations was what was the more pink floyd interested. Some matt sant matt's yes it. Well that's it wasn't. It was heartbroken when he was turned down to ask join the local sent match chats or whatever. They called it in cambridge. Well even though we city poly just debatable house. As he was about buddhism he was the word was steeped in it positive relationship and a couple of years later. It's all about blood. Chicken the blackouts and i have some more rational theories about the i think for some of them naming. No names croly crowley wherever call him. Say a bit by our isn't it which other interesting analogy. He gave legitimacy excuse to some things they were interested in doing that. I believe that the. But i suspect that was more of the motivation. Some of them than actually entrusted. Ching's suppose but you're right i think. Oh well he says so right. So i am be a buddhist and you know. Sacrifice this person at donors. Well so i'll do that. But it's it's fascinating because i i think. He was genuinely smitten with buddhism till his death while well didn't he around the time of the when he was considering gold songs. Bring back They put this chance at the middle asleep bully blame. I remember today in live performances. I believe so yes. Yeah check it out. I don't know i'd love to see you got things looking for soft lights guess dismantle venture intro wage mentions boyzone take some mental boys. That's spoke for you. i think. I think yeah definitely. Buddhism was strong in the late sixties. Wasn't it. I mean what's the name of that monk. He befriended something who was a mixed open. Come from the spot is a very influential buddhist. Monk doctor hey. I'd much the edens as well. So all this stuff watson. The this is something that was always really interested me this bowie albums album. Podcast and the doctor who crossover. I know nothing about daughter who i've just never been a who've ian but then there are people at yourself nick peg who steeped obviously in the mythology daughter who is really fascinating just to see how these combine. Well i think it's because you can draw power lines and say oh. We must be watching at data. The doll so i think more indicates how prevalent these things where partly directly references to him having watched this at and hall. But if you're not decide lori and so she's got a very kind of way it early music school which we didn't made to go in for but there were lots of people around that time trying to bring the music into the mainstream and there's a guy called david munro who did the soundtracks for things like camisoles battles and elizabeth and things like who was very keen on the thinking room. Radio three. He told kind of like kits folk tales telling using early instruments. It was a pre thinking around that other think. That's i think the crossover between barry and dr. hey with a which is reflecting what was briefly. Voguish lii in the around that and the thing. That's probably the case here. You know. I don't think he sold the demons. Throw our should study this. This dark arts thing is anything around this time you think. Oh yeah that could well have indicated. He'd seen a particular episode. Or something i would say have. I've got two friends. Who can train about bowie. Even more than i can in turn. They loved to tell people that they know someone who actually prefers sixty stuff to light stuff. Nobody believes them. But we all the grade at the most bowie series of nineteen seventy wall. Which is it's a very tedious reasons. Jesus strikes and less money being available because the babysit just got into full color. But you got these long drawn-out stories about white proxy concerns. You know ecological concerns. I want. I'm not whilst the savings aside. Lorries was able to a that. Some evidence that it actually say. I think it's just bullet tying together thing greyling interesting. The boat the bowie who connection. I'm sure i'd also people regard to suggest call area in much the same as my the i like so festival that sin machine of time lords. That's perfect okay. So back to hodie howdy. The we were talking about the lineup. As you mentioned this recorded the first version was recorded in november nineteen seventy just off the back of the mandates of the world and yet he's using a different lineup for this not using the core of musicians who were on the album namely of the.
"worthington" Discussed on DAVIDBOWIE: ALBUMTOALBUM
"It's actually combat to a lot of the uk's top session man at the ta. nea seventy seventy version. I think it's really interesting. Pivotal point byways career at noise me that never gets discussed. The they wasn't even mentioned in the first five years documentary was it not no chang. No no it wasn't even played in click form and to me. It's evidently the moment where all because he does have is allen park herbie flowers all kinds of playing on. It's not a hit and not must be the point and if you look at what happened next all hung on this on the ground thing isn't working for me anymore. Because the couple i've got a song with a major record label papa. The tv exposure loads of radio play. The best people can have playing golf. I it's not hit. it must be. It must be something i'm doing. And then the next step off the dow obviously is hunky dory so this is like this is a line drawn on the all of the sixties stuff around the world. Which really i mean. People laugh at me that this is my favorite part of his career. I'm not saying it's objectively better than i will say. He started store bought to me. That's more fascinating because he's trying to really jump on. The people's by watkins are not quite guessing right and making something unique in the process but this is the full stop to all of the holy holy is the absolute ended up. it's a brilliant massive singles. Well let's step back a little bit here so you say this is your favourite period. So where was he at this point. He'd had that one of hit single space odyssey in sixty nine which was regarded by people like visconti. Definitely as being a bit of a novelty. It was a bit of a flash in the pan. So imagine your bowie nineteen seventy-nine you've had that one hit but it looks now as though things are reverting back to that sort of trudge of flop singles and knowing what direction to take point him roster we've mentioned elton john By hulan song. They were still associated with commerce. The on the ground they were paul. The the autism plate on jump pale hit the festival circuit. Play places like the middle earth. The oh the to start to come out with. I mean if you look at the world. Stewart john on the mapo records around that time they've got people from underground bums on the think rod stewart wrote some songs with a guy from the quintessential steve hama some of his most famous singles around that were co written with. This guy's being completely forgotten now. The saxophone gets this by one. The king crimson. Elton john had all the proxy mates and all the allegations and they were stepping away from that. Bowie wisconsin still. He was paul to proceed but it was where he was. He was deeply entrenched in the whole circuit. Whole seed that whole part of the music papers even yeah that would be in the section you pay. It was where they talked about these exciting open coming switch. What do you think you'd be making records nearly a decade and it's not warmed strike heads and they must be thinking as well how much time i look hold out because obviously people thought that was potential and they kept giving him all the chances. I've mentioned this in previous podcast. But can you imagine today a record label or even a number of record labels paying for this guy who has decided long string of flops and one hit behind him to keep developing ideas to keep trying new things. It's amazing isn't it. That he still was getting you know was was being taken seriously really by by the money. Men well yes the whole scottish also approach. I mean i don't have many positive things to say about the free. They apart from the fact that he clearly whereas cab petty molly stood for know. Pretty much older the sixties was encouraging him to try to things like you know the mind plays he was. He acted and things like to sixty five on bbc. Two they tried to get him a presenting slot on jackanory. Nobody nick nick pegues book. I think i think. But i knew that nick. I think it was more rare bull. I have a theory of school presents around side. We would be watching you fail. Focus like tony arthur. Derek being recruited for not seen. That was a tie by the auditioned. Loads of people from the singer songwriter clubs. I think it's well known that sunday. Daddy was auditioned in getting a couple of the people. I wouldn't be surprised. If i doubt he turned up for the asian bore canape properly berries. Line forward for dr and some ways the batavia bit in the sixties baltin began that songs. A playskool yeah. It's only make sense in the in the most recent podcast. I did just now with chris. Jericho talking about the the nine hundred sixty seven debut and looking at ken pits role. And it's he's been really given a rough deal by history because can pay a lot of people think was just trying to push boeing's cabaret and just making him do so of very mainstream fare campaign was the guy that came back from new york. The first velvet underground album. Ken pit was the one that was encouraging him to not do ans- new limitations. No the parable thing A multi meteor ages the beatles. Manley they did some films. One of them wrote a book. They did some film soundtracks that was eight whereas we still being ice cream up serious. Plays on bbc tape to ridley scott's brexit guessing about yes nate. that's amazing. have you seen it. I think it's on youtube. I have yes ridley. Scott tony communities this whole fussing because though he nearly designed the tall aches think the scheduling conflict like leaks. Bbc show called at the bottom lips supply. Victoria's got five in the swinging sixties scott directed episodes of assets and on the documentary on the dvd. General topper recall. Seeing your mom's of humbling. The location shoots and saying put the cover on the floor. They're pointed open gerald in that direction. Even thinking oh. This is interesting that oversee gays later. Scott ridley scott's no. He was somebody who i suppose in the was comparable to power in the sixties direct to try and get lots of different things hope.
Marys Urban Legend
"Welcome to kiss. Miss and mysteries signed their host kid chrome today the urban legend of mary bloods worth and this concerns. The urban legend bloody mary stunning in the bathroom chanting looking in the mirror. I've done a story on this before the brought it up to the twenty first century but this is a little more background and history with an interesting and most people have heard of the legend about bloody mary. A woman that was murdered in the seventeen hundreds for giving birth to a baby that was fatherless. The story of bloody. Mary begins with the village condemning her baby to death while mary watched in horror and then each person the village slash mary's face while she was forced to watch yourself being caught up in a mirror there are several different rituals of bringing mary back but the most popular standing in front of a mirror with three candles lit and chanting the phrase bloody mary. I have killed your baby so come back. This must be chatted ten times and on the tenth time bloody. Mary is summoned but only comes to the chanter chantiers mirror but she said to be a vicious vengeful ghost which urban legend says we'll either violently flasher face drive the person insane that summoned her or scratch. That person's is out. Pull you into the mirror to live with her. I rest of your life or by chance you managed to escape perdue. She will haunt you every time you are of a mirror. Wow the ritual was most popular in the nineteen seventies during girls. Pajama parties of men are known to have tried the ritual. Also in one story girl tried the ritual and set at the end. I don't believe in mary and she fell and broke her hip right after. Is this coincidence. Maybe give it a go yourself. If you're truly brave enough to face. Bloody mary the most important part beside the candles and the chanting is the mirror. Most use bathroom there because generally they are l- arm or large enough to make the ritual work other dark rooms have large mirrors and they will work to why mirror. Well it's rumored that as thirty more villagers individually slashing. Mary's face when she died her spirit was trapped inside the realm of a mirror after several of the villagers have mysteriously died by viciously b.'s. Slashed in the face or came up missing. It was the man that originally impregnated mary that realized. Mary was trapped inside the mirror. He managed to get the mirror and buried it in marriage. Grave next to her baby's grave as time went by the mirror eventually was destroyed us leaving the vengeful spirit of bloody mary forever trapped in mirror image. Mary bloods worth live. Deep in the forest in a tiny cottage and sold herbal remedies for living villagers living in town nearby called her mary worthington and said she was a witch. She was a very beautiful woman. Most of the men in the nearby village were enchanted by her. All the women in the village were jealous of mary. Many taunted her saying she was ugly and would never marry never had any children then. Young girls in the village began to disappear one by one. No one could find out what happened to them or where they'd gone. Grief-stricken searched the woods the local stores and all the houses and barns but there was no sign of the missing girls. A few brave souls even want to marries home in the woods to see if the which had taken the girls but she denied any knowledge of their disappearance still was noted that one of the men had been seen several times of mary's home. The neighbors were suspicious but he told everyone that he was going there to try. And discover the truth and hopefully trick. Mary into telling him where she was hiding the children. They could find no proof that mary had taken their young ones then came the night when the daughter of the sawmill owner rose from her bed and walked outside following an enchanted sound. No one else could hear the mill. Owner's wife had a toothache and was sitting up in the kitchen treating her tooth with an herbal remedy. What her daughter left the house. She yelled for her husband. Followed the girl out of the house. Her husband came running in his bed clothes and tried to restrain the girl but she kept breaking away in heading out of town. The desperate cries father and mother woke villagers. They came to help. The frantic couple suddenly a former yelled out and pointed to a strange glowing light at the edge of the woods. A few townsman followed him out into the field of saw mary standing beside a large tree holding a magic wand that was pointed towards the mill. Owner's house she was glowing with an unearthly light as she set her evil spell. Upon the miller's daughter the townsman grab
"worthington" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"Don't want to talk about that. I always err on the side of being way more vulnerable than I should like I just did topography. Like what's Ian Going to get? What's your number seven? Oh Yeah I knew that I knew that and what did you think after talking I mean it's hard to talk about your cell and the type you identify with a professional in it. Oh. Yeah and there's something off about being a seven because I think I'm more serious seven. So people expect me to be the anti downs version of seven, but I'm more. More Serious Loki seven you know. So I wondered him I really seven is he gonNa tell me I'm actually something else I don't know what's going to happen but I'm GonNa Change. Your number no no. No. When we did our any s summer, the woman air and that was in here she amazes me because she is a high level high energy seven all the time like weird a birthday party on Sunday and she shot off confess I mean she POPPED THE CORK ON A. Champagne bottle whistle to make the whole Party stop so that she could do celebrate the birthday person and I was like, yeah, that's that's not me either like I if you're the if you're saying energy level and. And funny level or whatever outgoing level you're down at like a one I'm probably a five errands probably a nine she out Anne Danny Yeah, I mean I every time I'm around her I'm like, yeah, I've not like I'm not the same kind of seven you are. Yeah and and I think there's pressure. When you know your number, you know so much about it to look a certain way You know right from me finding out the subtypes changed everything for me really. I'm self press. Oh so you're different than US anyway. Yeah. Hundred percent because I wanted to one. So I would bet air I don't know I shouldn't speak for her. Based on my experience of her I bet she's more of the traditional like Gr big group. Self press one to one and social I bet she's a social seven hundred percent. Yeah. It changes things how tell me about your seven nist during a pandemic This was rough. Yeah. Really rough because I wanNA have fun I want to have adventures be able to go do fun things I want to travel I want everyone to be okay I mean that's my thing am I going to be okay is anybody GonNa take care of me is everything GonNa fall apart so in March was really tough so I spend Eighty percent of my time as a business coach. So there was a week there in March where I would have a coaching call with a client like a client with the surgery center we're making a plan. How do we move forward? How do we maneuver and then I would get off the phone and I would cry And then have another call and walk somebody through strategy of what to do, and then I'm GonNa get off the phone Chrysler. What I started doing. You'll appreciate this at seven I started scheduling in Freak Out Time I will do quality I would say okay Tuesday afternoon from two to three have quality freak out time I'm going to read all the reports I'm GonNa, find out what epidemiologist on twitter saying I'm GonNa find out what the business outlook is for the next two weeks I'm GonNa Freak Out, and then I'm GonNa go back to being okay and so just compartmentalized it, and, of course, things are a lot better than we thought they were going to be end of March because end of March, no one knew how long we were going to have to log down how much this is GonNa Affect Business. But yeah. Yes rough. Yeah. I I'm it's not done being rough to me. Is it to you? Oh no socially it is still really hard for me. Oh. Yeah. I mean this we we saw each other Go and when you are so nice you said, are we hugging or overhanging I said I haven't really left my house since March I mean I don't do anything in it's it's tough. I just want to go to the park or right. The college boys, online might. Yeah. No. No. The oldest is two and a half hours away in Chattanooga. So he even though seventy five percent of his classes are online i. don't know what the point is. Re youngest are doing online school. Okay. So everybody's home all the time home all the time and my twelve year old my fourteen year old is sometimes at night just watch youtube videos of amusement parks and roller coasters. Doing but we are snaking and going to the movies are you are the movies? Okay. Either Open I want to go the movies. What does that tell me about the it's very easy but she savvy. Use, the movie theater APP Yep and then you can tell who's in the movie and then you buy tickets in advance, and then if somebody else buys tickets, you just move your you can't most seats. So different shy of seen tenant twice and the personal history of David Copperfield and a bunch of old movies. It's been amazing have theater to yourself. You can bring a very to. Think you. I Love Ring Brita Is there still popcorn is drinks but you wear masks the whole time. Yeah. Okay. Then you can just take it off while you're eating or drinking. So. It's like an airplane. Yeah hundred percent and I, and my husband's a little nervous about it but I feel safe I mean I had I had to see tenant. Yeah. Had Seen. Twice Yeah. First I thought it was great by had no idea what happened or what anyone said. So the second time we went back and we asked for closed caption glasses. So we look Super Dorky wait a minute closed caption glass-steagall movie theater has has them for everyone if.
"worthington" Discussed on Family Health
"Gilbert nowhere to share with you today, some some information about kind of what marriage isn't and just a phrase that it's actually really powerful to think through the health of your marriage your relationship. This is a picture of the Best Day of my life sixteen and a half years ago. When my wife and I got married, and what a journey it's been, it's been an incredible journey and to be with someone. That's your best friend WHO's become even more of a best friend is critical. We talked about before. Let me show you marriage. What marital success is not about and what? This is actually kind of an analysis of a lot of stuff that said about marriage, and even Christian literature and a lot of psychologists and counsellors that here this from Everett Worthington kind of talking through. Maybe we're missing something we get obsessed about these little pieces, but maybe something even more simple, but also profound. And, so, how partners behave with each other is actually a really critical thing and will. You'll see in these next few size. Is this idea that there's Statement that we kind of try to fix things and he's Kinda same. Let's take a step back so. Is Not about how partners behave with each other. It's about the emotional bond between spouses, and how they respond to the challenges that produce stress hormones, angry attributions in rumination or that stimulate patterns from previous unhealthy relationships. That emotional bond is critical phrase so marital success is not about how partners behave with each other. Why is that important? It's all the time as a helper is a counselor coach. We just try to fix behaviors I think in the church a lot of times. We're good it kind of behavior modification. Without heart transformation, and so this is important, but hanging here and look at these next ones so marital success is not about training people to communicate effectively. and. What's The answer will? It's similar. It's about restoring creating an emotional bond that helps couples communicate well expressing their affection, using compliments in refusing to rise provocations which keep cortisol levels, attributions, rumination patterns from the past calmed. It's the emotional bond. wh-why important again, because if we're not careful, we fall in the pattern of just training communication without heart change without realizing that it's about my heart, and in years tune into each other that emotional bond, then lower cortisol levels and affects the way that we relate to each other. It's actually then how we fight. Third One marital success is not about training people to manage conflict or resolve resolve differences. We can teach skills all day about this. He's saying. It's about creating emotional bond that makes people want to stifle negative reciprocity end arguments peacefully and positively have more positive than negative interactions and treat their spouses a precious gem. John, Gomez research even shows a healthy marriage has a five positive to one negative ratio. When a couple divorces, it's a point. Oh, seven positive to one negative ratio. What's a barometer takeaway right there? If you're having more fights than you are having good times, you're in trouble. If, you're not having drastically more good times. Than Than Difficult Times. You're in trouble. It should be at least five to one if you put it into numbers, which is interesting so training people to just manage conflict. A result differences isn't the issue. It's a heart issue of emotional bond that I want to not make you my enemy that I want to end things in arguments quicker faster. Mutually. Really important another one. Merrill exerted not about training people how to confess transgressions and forgive. Yes, this is important. be saying careful as being the answer, it's about helping couples develop emotional bond that makes them want to humbly, mirror for the forgiveness that they have received from a merciful and loving God and makes them want to repair damage to emotional bought. Versus, what some do which is digging their heels and they have to be right. That's not a good place to be. And I hope these are something that's helpful to you to think through. Because sometimes read or hear points towards these behavior modification things and they missed the heart. I want you to want to fix it. You may not feel it. You desire something bigger, and so you do it. And the behaviors come the changes come. The change in conflict comes the ability.
"worthington" Discussed on Family Health
"We can actually provide skills and tools, or we can hold up the mirror and you can go This isn't the person and split before wedding happens and save so much heartache in so much pain. How many times I've heard of someone a woman usually who's walked down the aisle knowing from the whole time? That I shouldn't be doing this. They do it anyway because. They'll disappoint. Someone under the money's been paid will lose the deposit for all these reasons that are irrelevant. If you're marrying the wrong person in. You're getting married for the wrong reason. Or some of these things haven't been dealt with. Can't fix the history of parental divorce. You can see the impact of it and how it affects. My choices in my and kind of the way I. Put it having that divorce card. If I have in my back pocket this card I could play I'm divorcing you I'm done. I'm GonNa play because things are going to get hard and marriage, but if I reach back go, there's no out I'm stuck with you even though I don't like you right now. I'm more likely to fight through. Those feelings actually find resolution. Find Common Ground. Find Hope Find. A new story for US as a couple. It'd be nice if we could do this for marriage counseling. Sometimes just we just teach you. Leaders talk to you. And that's not. Realistic but it is. it is his desire mind when I'm dealing with a couple WHO's really struggling stubborn stubborn. Wants you to think of this quote from Everett Worthington. And you can show you this free to think about. And you have to decide if this is true or not. That's not for me to decide. This is for you to decide so this is the quote something he said. I believed that divorce is always considered a failure of marital counseling. Of A couple divorces. We failed. In in helping. A Teddy? True. Then There's a lot of weight on marriage counseling will. Here's the scary thing? Marriage counseling has very low success rate. Because oftentimes a couple comes in, and you have to people, and if one of those two people is out. There is not saying they're out then. It's not gonNA work. Nothing we do can work. Do you see divorces a failure, or is it one of the options? This is why this is important. Is divorced just one of the options. What I would want for you to think through his. May divorce not be one of the options? May. Success may be may fighting through may perseverance may loving when I don't feel like loving when staying when I don't feel like staying, may conversations at hard and painful getting help someone else coming in and helping be a critical part of that story that changes your future in your kids future in the history, the genealogy that you have in your a generational impact. Many lack the confidence that a happy marriage is an achievable goal. That's the breaks my heart. I feel like part of it. It's been US counselors and psychologists speakers, even saying that there's been a fifty percent of works rate. Never has been. At the highest it's ever been. It's been like thirty something percent. And if you have a college degree, if you don't live together before marriage, and if you don't get married too young, some critical factors and you're involved in a church you down in the teens, if not less than terms, the divorce rate, we need to have the right perspective on marriage. In the hope, there is because few keep looking in a more data. Being married your tend to be healthier. He's to be. Men To to be healthier women to be healthier physically emotionally spiritually the whole. There's something about the design of God. In his institution the sacrament of marriage. So question for you. Who of your role models been regarding marriage and family? Who whose informing this might be your mom and Dad Right. My wife and I have two amazing examples in our parents, two sets of parents and grandparents, and so many others impact. Our commitment and our choices. Confidence and marriage related to these things commitment. Friendship? Fewer nasty arguments. And having. Fun! Can you play together? I can go off and do stuff with other people. I want to be with my wife. Is that your default? It's not need to work on it. How do you handle? The friendship side. Or do you just kind of exist? Building to invest in that friendship. Go back and do the things you did when you were dating. Do some of those things intentionally thoughtfully plan plan for investing in each other in a way that. Rekindles rebuilds grows back something that maybe hasn't existed in a long time and definitely can get lost when you have young kids in the home. Don't lose it. Be Even more intentional during those times when you have young kids in the home to build a marriage in a family that lasts perseveres that fights through hard times that does sometimes the impossible, and I hope you have a strong healthy marriage that you actually are fighting for what matters because you see from what I've said today. Your marriage is very critical in terms of everything else your physical health, your mental health. Your family health the whole of who you are and hope this blesses you and encourages you. This is the best day of my life right here..
"worthington" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"So that was addison. Very very soon after that we we decided to open a salon in New York because we relaunched the products festival here in the UK. And they were huge success. And then we felt maybe we should take the brand over to America and then take it in a worldwide, but will launch in America I so we open the solemn in new. York the corner Broadway Prince. It was the most amazing Ceylon. and that was really exciting, unexciting for the team, which the team over there as well and so they had an amazing time living in New York and we also people coming into someone had all the section city goes. They used to be client. Yeah any they film that very last episode in the Charles Worthington Sal on the. They closed the whole of Broadway to do the I mean. Could you imagine closing girls? That was that was the. That was the power of show literally closed ruled rank about four hours while they will be lighting rigs and everything outside the salad law, and so it was crazy. Yeah, so that was that was that was amazing and we did. All sorts of people we re did Britain? Stay is an. L. Face. I mean just complete mixture cons on unequivocally had older big journalists coming in on. Somebody who? Spotted that we were doing something different in new. York was on a winter. and. We're going to double page spread in American grow kind of her with her support, supporting Brits coming over to New York so I use the Educator Wheeler. The the famous model is my muse that east, and so we ever had this double page spread about the Brits coming to New York. From Yorkshire is not too bad at this point. Must have really I mean. It was blowing you. You again was calm. Collected Charles Worthington, just taking it in your stride. lemass enjoying every moment you know I pinch myself thinking miss. Is it crew Razi Because we also know? When we were over there, we started doing a Oscars half of the Oscars. What we used to do is we would basically rent a house in Beverly Hills? Mansion in Beverly Hills and turn into the Charles Worthington pump. And so we have we have over celebrities coming up on. On having this. Amazing catering, so be having the fabulous counter-coups champagne and the hair, so that was really exciting, actually one time we also took over the the Marilyn. Monroe Bungalow the Beverly Hills Hotel. But. I promise you I did use to wake up in the morning. She myself. Wow since been great. Do you think that could happen today? Channels in today's well. You know everything that you because I think that there's defining moment certainly back in. Late eighties nineties period. Winning the British addressing award would effectively could big game changer, couldn't it? Yeah almost guy in that footprint to Creighton a brand and the product which you know, maybe some of you early day, winners of the pretentious and woods done. Yeah, I mean. I. I think you could probably replicate all of those things I've said because they may be working. Be as powerful nowadays they would carry as much weight or but there will be other ways of creating that kind of buzz out what that would be at not quite sure, but there's always is always different ways of creating energy in different periods of time, and it was just that period of time worked for us. Doing all of that was Jerry Exciting mazing coverage and it was. It was it was? A personal question on the financial pot here and if it's too personal inside your, I'm basically it's. Financially was your lifestyle, you know. Was Your lifestyle drastically? Changing Iran is poignant. Having a a product rain sold around the world in silence London America. You'RE GONNA start looking if he can you be doing Roy here and you log style. I mean. It's.
"worthington" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"This is how cut in hedge an industry podcast show. We've done lane episode number, one hundred and fifty four. To how to cut it in the head Jesse Industry Gusta. That incites inspirations and information to take your. The next level and as your host. Domes! Welcome back to hell to cut it in the hairdressing. Industry puckers the UK and islands number one. Industry podcast since two thousand and seventeen. This is a podcast. The gives you the insights, inspirations and information to tell you hairdressing angering careers to the next level, and we do that by bringing onto the show, every Monday industry icons, rising stars, digital influences, business experts, and those from the creative fashion and media industries. Brought to you by Harry, media productions monetize Dumblane and today we are in for an absolute treat, because joining me is one of hairdressers most respected names of all time. Charles Worthington and his tighter to that interview coming your way. I suppose that's when we decided that we wanted to do product line and we felt the timing would be good because my profile is very high. This new solemn profile is. is doing this morning. and many other media events on so the timing did seem right on. Very focused on wanting to do something differently. I hope you're as excited as I am. For bringing channels Worthington onto the hell to cut podcast now I do these pockets I have a list of some of the most. Wanted names that we want to bring onto the show and you. She get in touch me many of you to tell me those names. And Charles, Worthington is one of those names that tops our list, an absolute massive name in hairdresser in for the last thirty odd years I. She grew up as a hairdresser respecting Charles. Worthington are member seen him on TV celebrity hairstylist when being a celebrity hairdresser. Being a celebrity hairdresser? These hairdressers were on daytime TV. STAUB challenge close show this morning. These were hairdressers that we're going onto quiz shows and many other shows because their fame had grown that much. Charles Worthington is one of them so to have Charles coming onto this show today we are going to have to just go into. The story is the first time he's done a podcast and boy does he deliver week I right from Charles Early Career in hairdressing. And he's GonNa woke us all the way through to set up his very first son, and then how that Ceylon grew, and then how we then went on to hear about how we went international, we launched in America, and how he launched a.
Minnesota Pork Plant Shuts Down After Outbreak Among Workers
"Oregon coronaviruses prompted the shutdown of another major of meat processing plants rotavirus cases have prompted JBS USA to close its large pork processing plant at Worthington Minnesota there've been two dozen more cases involving workers at Smithfield foods in Sioux falls South Dakota Dr Joshua Clayton state epidemiologist which brings our total count to seven hundred forty eight cases among Smithfield employees at this time now shut down plant produces five percent of the nation's pork supply several other meat plants are closed
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Man arrested after threatening police with machete
"Can a man was arrested in Gloucester after police say he threatened a police officer with a machete but forty year old Troy Hackney from Worthington is facing multiple charges police say it happened around ten o'clock Thursday night Hackney's Kerr was one of two parked illegally when police were asking one of the drivers for the license and registration Hackney came out of the other car with a machete and began moving toward the officer well making verbal threats he was pepper sprayed after ignoring commands to stop Hackney is being held on a two thousand dollar
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"worthington" Discussed on Brotherhood Academy Radio
"I think so. Yeah I think we covered everything that we need to cover. I think it's good and again at the end of the day. This is just our opinion right. I mean it really is just simply that yet and we're not perfect. I mean if I was perfect. I duNno I'd be president is as I guess. You have perfect almost perfect salt pepper hair though coming in. I mean it's more gray now. Yeah it definitely is a lot more getting y right well. I don't think it's getting white. I think it's getting it's it looks. Good I dunno looks like that commercial. They're the adjustment. I'm the before mad. So all right so getting to you now to me You Working People find you because now people can listen to you on the podcasting. So where can they can they can in. I'm glad you brought that up because I want to deliver a lot more content to the masses. You know we talked about a little before as a police officer. You really can't articulate a lot of things that you want to articulate my wife my rider Di Gangsta Biagi. She's awesome. Yeah she had this idea of a podcast and we named it becoming entangled. Well why do we dammit? That well you know there was a period of time in my life and you know because you were there. Not on scene but you. Are you know a part of that? Time of my life rose evolved in a shooting and that really affected me adversely for a period of time in my life I was I was in the dispatch center. You worse I was. I was wasn't there but I was there. Yeah that's what I mean. Is that on? We had this. It was just a really awful. Hold that situation and yeah it was a totally sucked. So point is is that That kind of set in motion an unbroken chain of events in my life. That kind of let me to be tangled. And you know I wasn't my happy. Go lucky self that you referenced earlier. The Guy Reagan balls in in roll-call I kind of became a little more negative introverted. Just not my normal solve. Yes things so it wasn't just you either. There was a lot of a lot of guys. Yeah because I was really quite quite frankly one of the bigger tragedies hit our area in quite some time. I mean it was. It was significant. But the point is that the After that happened it was period of growth. I would say a couple of years after the event that helped me to become untangled and my wife has while because my wife she had to be I guess. Front row seat to that whole negative situation. That occurred so that was really where it started. That's where we kind of just became entangled in what we did is. We took a lot of the experiences that we had in that context and bring it to everyone because we feel that there's other people out there that are going through whatever personal shit that's going on in their life whether that be divorced whether that'd be death it doesn't really matter any sort of catastrophic event for that particular person where they feel like they're just fucking tangled now and they can just get untangled and we give our perspective. We're not doctors. Were not medically trained. Were nobody other than just giving it our context. Yeah and that's really what we do and it's good context. I'm wide thank you. It's really good. I listened to two of them last night while I was cooking dinner and And it's it's good good stuff and it reminded me when you get a lot of our Peer to peer with with Chris Worthy work that we used to have. And I encourage you to keep going with that. Both of you keep keep that up yet we will. We don't have any We don't have any desire to get rid of it clan. We WanNa grow and we have other things in the in the works and you know one invite everyone. Obviously the follow my wife on Instagram at cultivated wife style which is an awesome name by the way it is because I came up with. Oh really really. Wow and then I'm just at Christopher Dot Worthington one hundred on instagram and you have a pretty pretty sophisticated photo is your idea. I was on a cruise. I got the glance spin stare. My Wife's snapped the photo right. At that moment I looked real. My hair was dark then it was dark I realize now I took a picture myself dead. I'm old I glare at that. Yeah well that's creepy. Yeah you you talked about. Hose loads talk about staring at me. It's a little weird but it's easy to find you and where did they find your podcast? What's IT called Becoming untangled that's on all of the carriers essentially I tunes and spotify. We're on them so awesome cool chug his own. Yes check those two they are trip. So yeah all right. Well thank you for coming on me and Yeah it was awesome. I appreciate your time is valuable. Everybody in you guys are taking your time to listen to the show and it's greatly greatly appreciated and you took your time Chris to come here and sit in the basement. Give this guy a five star rating. Yeah yeah come on rate review rating review. So we'll see you talk to you next time..
"worthington" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover
"It's Khloe Hillary's opening for me going to be a great time. Hope to see you there. Okay we're back with Heather Worthington Tint so we just spent the first half of the show discussing housing problems in Minneapolis. The Minneapolis Twenty forty plan was created in order to solve them. What are some of the solutions that you're instituting? Let's talk about how you know what difference you expect them to make for instance eliminating single family. Zoning means is that duplexes and TRIPLEX is will now be able to build be built on single family lots throughout all of the area and my understanding. How do you expect that to change the city in positive ways so I think I think that change has gotten a lot of press I I will say that that changes pretty minor compared to some of the other changes we made and I'm happy to talk about about that? Oh yeah play I will say this I think the The expansion. I'M NOT GONNA call elimination. Although that's how it's been referred to the the expansion of our definition of single family. I have up to three units on any single family lot. is a way to build incremental L. and important access for residents into these formerly Very desirable but kind of off limits areas the city I think it's a way to to also address a major demographic change in our city which is again very common throughout the United States aids in that is that you have a number of people and you know. We're talking about the boomer generation here. It's no secret that their aging and they're retiring and they're downsizing housing and there are very large generation that has a lot of housing wealth. Yeah this community and there they came to us at the beginning of this process and and said you know one of the things I've noticed is I'm trying to think of how I could sell my house and downsize into an apartment or condominium and stay in my neighborhood and I I looked around and there's nothing here for me. There's no way I can do that so could you. Could you look at that. Could you think about how we would zone the city differently to allow for some other types of housing housing products that I could buy and sell my house so this has. This has some important changes for everybody. I think this is something that can provide more access for a lot of different people Including people who already live in those neighborhoods and want to stay there because right now. Their only alternative is to move to one of our near suburbs where they're building a lot of senior type of you know senior housing types so that the other thing is that we've talked a lot about this as part of the complex but the other piece of this was to give people more access and agency and I want to just take two seconds and explain where I'm talking do access is what it sounds like right. I have access assist this area. It's I can find a unit that's affordable to me or a home. I can move into this area with lots of great amenities like grocery and transit and parks. That's the argument. The agency argument is a little more nuanced and really goes something like this. If you're a homeowner in in a city in any city really when you think about who shows up to help influence the policy making process it's almost inevitably a person who owns a home right. Enters aren't really really renters. Are here renters are more involved in the conversation. I think as an outgrowth of two thousand forty but generally not as soon as you sign a mortgage you start getting cranky about the neighborhood hood and you start showing up at the meetings and say and exerting that sort of energy I own a home in this neighborhood dotted. I've heard it a million times in La. Yeah for sure. I mean like you start thinking about you know. What are the playgrounds like? And what are the park's like around my. Did that storm sewer in my alley. Backup backup right immediately. Draw like real things so so the agency pieces really important and so what we wanted to think about was. How do we afford? Ford people more agency in that process of decision making in a community and I think this is something. Our City Council really found Resonated did with them because they were saying why are we seeing the same people show up to community meetings and and public hearings. And why are we seeing people in the community who your representative of cultural communities or racial communities ethnic communities and and so. That's something that we took very seriously as we thought about it from a land use standpoint standpoint like why aren't people moving into these areas so that was a that was another thing that we thought was responsive in this expansion of the use of those single family lots and so he can have any combination you can have a single family home with an accessory dwelling unit. You can have a single family. Home that has a an apartment within it subdivision can have a duplex triplex. So there's a wide variety of ways to tackle that we already permitted eighty US probably about five years ago. That's what they call gone grave flats or whatever. Yeah mother-in-law apartment. Yeah ten million different. Yeah so whether it was some poor. We'll talk okay so a father-in-law permit uh-huh and this is expansion of how people can use their homes as well right like if you if you own a single family home. You're like wait now. I can build a little unit back or I can convert so that there's an apartment. I can earn a little bit of income from that or if you say purchase if you're in the position where you're knocking down a home. You have more or flexibility in what you're going to build their instead in order to and and that makes the whole neighborhood accessible to more people is that right the more people more people and I think also just more flexible use of property so like one of the things that never occurred to me. I'm not quite old enough to think this way but one of the things that I heard somebody talk about was oh I'm going to build an eighty you so that I can have a live in caregiver live in the unit and I can stay in my house. There's just so many different ways to look at the so many different perspectives that are generational and sort of economic. So I think I think it just as a more expansive views of our land resource. That's how that's how I would like to think of it. I will tell you that I think and I said this earlier the incremental you ask me how much of this will happen. I think it is going to be very very incremental and I think part of that is the economics so the example that I've used a couple of times as you know in a lot of our really desirable desirable single family neighborhoods houses. It's not unusual to find a house. That's a half a million dollars and I think one of the concerns that people have expressed and I think it's I understand where it comes from. It's a legitimate concern. But they've said that Oh they're gonNA tear that house down and build a triplex and I think that part of the challenge with that thinking thinking is that you know the economics of that. Just don't really work very well when you think about buying a house for half a million tearing it down for. Let's say two hundred I don't know armacost one hundred and then building a three unit building on that site starts to be some serious money and I think a lot of people are not well capitalized just enough to do that. I think some some developers may be or small builders so you'll probably see some of that but again the numbers don't work very well. You know as we like to say in the Economic Comic Development World. It just doesn't pencil out so I think that's that's something that will kind of keep a a cap on how much of this we see but where there are are like a vacant lot or a house that that maybe was torn down previously. Yeah I think that's where you'll start to see that infil happen. Certainly on city owned lots lots. This is the the approach for taking is to use those for duplexes and and more up to a TRIPLEX. It's a good. Ah Good Point. Why would someone by perfectly good home and and knock it down When it is an asset right if it by the way half a million is it anybody would? That's extremely cheap for California. So you're saying this is very funny hearing that number. I'm sure you're southern California. Listeners are going. Two fifty is about Median value in the twin cities known. So that's a kind of expensive house for us. Yeah well I mean. It is an expensive offensive house objectively. It's just you know. Southern California is ridiculous so And and also you have to compare to median income when it comes to that sort of thing But yeah so so. You don't see you don't expect to see like some huge A wide scale change to how these neighborhoods are are laid out with homes being torn down and new ones being built up. It's really about just loosening. The restrictions so that people are able to use their their homes and more flexible ways and that any new construction. That happens in a vacant lot can be more accessible as well right and I think it's it's so important to remember that you know. Minneapolis is about fifty two square miles. So we're we're relatively compact and land. Use is a very finite resource for us. uh-huh and so we have to think more creatively about how you utilize land and so you know. I think I think the other thing is that this doesn't come without restrictions You you have to maintain setbacks that are consistent with single family uses around you you have to maintain a high limit. That's consistent with those single family. Uses you right now. You can build as of right in Minneapolis. A three thousand square foot single family home. And so what we're saying is basically you're building three one thousand thousand square foot units on that site so yes it does come with some impacts but I think those are manageable and I think that's the key takeaway here is that this will be regulated needed and it will be manageable and it will be a conforming with the neighborhood around it. So it's it's it's what some people have taken to calling gentle density. I like to think think of it as an incremental approach got it. Well you are characterizing. This you know I'm I'm sort of giving the most radical version of it and you're saying offset offset that radical. It's not it's more incremental than than you've heard right but let me just say the press in other cities where people care about things like if this was all my gosh. Minneapolis got this massive plan through. How did they do it? This is a dream scenario. What a wonderful thing but also so? What are the chances? This is so difficult to do because we're also use to. You know how conservative a small C conservative Americans are about about housing policy. That whenever you're trying to make a change to an area you have people who like the status quo showing up in droves saying hold on a second. This is going to destroy Roy my neighborhood. I don't like this. Why are you doing it? And since those folks tend to be homeowners they tend to have a lot of power they tend to votes right. There is a huge amount of inertia against against making changes like this. I think that it's a general dynamic in American cities across the country. So yeah how did you go about getting these changes made in getting the community to buy into them. So I think you're you're absolutely right. I mean when you buy a home you understand. I think implicitly..
"worthington" Discussed on Ologies
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"worthington" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Hey, when's the last time you thought about Sam Worthington? Oh my God. Like avatar literally since avatar member people thought he was going to be a big star. Yeah. We we've actually talked about Sam Worthington. The reason history, and we were. Remember when we thought he was going to be a thing. And then he wasn't. He did like the ledge. He was on the ledge man on a ledge. And no one saw that. I'm just obsessed with his like the hype around him everyone's like money made. He's going to be in the other ones too. Are the other one's ever going to happen? Yeah. They're all the books haven't you seen on the books? I mean, I saw when we were looking at Sigourney Weaver's IMDB. But I don't believe that there. I mean, come on to three hundred or anything it's ear is he did alita battle angel which was big even though I who did it was big avatar to twenty twenty avatar three twenty twenty one. When I here got there. Now going to be done until twenty twenty five six years ago, feel some positive. I mean, six years away feels impossible. Okay. How many years ago did the first avatar come out though? Ten if it takes ten years between each avatar. Well, it's they're filming them at the same time. So it's going to be twenty twenty as is to tell them they are, and then they're going to film the other two together. And then it's gonna be twenty twenty twenty four for twenty twenty-five is five to take ten years after you're very successful. I avatar to make a second avatar is deranged. Like, how did he get away with this James have no Sam Orleans like I gotta make another avatar because what else am I fucking doing? The Hemsworth are taking my shine. You know, it's true because we Mckee can't compare what the Hemsworth are literally three. I know that only to our honky. But there are three hams words that are stealing his shine. I say that they're stealing a shine because their Australian, and he's Australian and all lanes are, you know, they compete they compete. They all know each other. They're all friends. We can only have a limited amount of Australian hunks that we care about in our orbit. So so we gotta talk about his wife who is this model. Name Laura Bingol. Who? I love she even what was she even promoting her her brand of antiquated Sheridan's new range of organic limit linen. Which God knows I love to promote organic linen. And linen of any sort. But I'm going to be doing a linen at today. But like, we may as well be we love linen so much Laura Bengal was she was promoting linen. Lynn. She was promoting linen. Organic linen. Don't forget. In a better tomorrow starts with the decisions that you make tonight. Organic..
American Academy of Pediatrics tells pediatricians to prescribe unstructured playtime
"Today from the American Academy of pediatrics it's recommending that kids doctors prescribe playtime Prescribe that's right yeah They say playtime is being squeezed out of schools and parents focus on academic achievement and activities at. The expense of kids just having. Free time to play the report says that kids playtime has. Decreased twenty five percent national. Survey finds only fifty one percent of preschool kids went outside the Walker play once each. Day with either parent it also says thirty percent of kindergarten kids in the US no. Longer have. Recess Can you, imagine me in kindergarten with no. Recess I can't that's the only part I really remember to be honest other report says plays not frivolous, its sights research? That shows among other things, it helps kids develop language and executive functioning skill learned to negotiate manage stress and figure, out how to go after their goals while ignoring distraction, so bring on the
U.S. to announce arrest of Ukrainian hackers: sources
"Key word experts slide I'm ABC, six meteorologist Jim Goodall mostly cloudy most, of the showers south and east of, interstate seventy one. Today high of seventy eight cloudy and muggy tonight sixty five then tomorrow eighty, two, brighter skies fewer showers to the southeast whether it's powered, by the, basement, doctor it's mostly cloudy now seventy one and Worthington seventy two or your severe weather. Station, News Radio six ten WTVN a report from Brett mcmurphy today. Says Ohio State football coach urban Meyer knew about the domestic abuse. Allegations from twenty fifteen against then wide receivers coach Zac Smith mcmurphy obtaining text messages. And pictures from Courtney Smith the ex wife of, Zac Smith from the incident that Meyer claimed he did not know about. The, text exchange was between Courtney Smith, and Shelley, Mayer you can find more on the story at six ten WTVN dot com. As well as our Facebook and Twitter feeds Courtney meanwhile in an interview with these stadiums sports. Network adding she was told specifically. What to do after the alleged Incident. I was told don't call the police if you call the police he's going to. Get arrested it's going to go to the media, he's gonna lose job what are you gonna do an anyone who's been. Abused, you you really do think you, can change, you think well if I do something different protein JR and It's not the case they. Don't change and Smith adding Shelly told her. She would have to tell urban but never confirmed that. With her Zac Smith, was fired after Courtney filed a civil protection order against him elsewhere number. Of, complaints of illness Mitchell Colin Powell now top four hundred after dozens more reports came in to the Delaware County health department the restaurant on sawmill Parkway was shut down. Tuesday after the reports, came rolling in it was reopened after a thorough inspection health officials are still trying to determine what exactly caused the widespread, illness meanwhile three hackers have been arrested for targeting credit card, info from, that restaurant chain and two, others hackers targeted Chipotle chillies arby's and more. Than one hundred other American companies in. The hospitality industry. The FBI said they broke into computer. Systems and stole millions of, customer credit and debit card. Numbers later sold for profit the three. Hackers arrested or Ukrainian. Nationals affiliated with? The group thin seven which prosecutors said crafted. Legitimate looking Email messages with attachments that, contain malware? Been, seven has been selling stolen data, in, online Underground marketplaces since at least two thousand fifteen the three hackers were arrested overseas one. Is now in Seattle awaiting trial to others. Await extradition Aaron Katersky ABC news New York President Trump's. Asking attorney general Jeff, Sessions for the Russia investigation to come to an end he tweeted today. The, ongoing investigation of Russian near two thousand sixteen presidential election is a terrible situation aired any allegations of collusion is a total hoax instead the investigation as a rigged witch-hunt. Sessions recused himself from, the Russia probe in two thousand seventeen because of his close ties to the Trump presidential campaign we're hearing dramatic new audio, from inside the arrow Mexico playing the crash will try to, take off, and Durango.
Mixed martial arts star McGregor pleads guilty to role in NYC melee
"Yesterday's closing price of over two hundred seventeen dollars mixed martial arts star Conor McGregor pleaded guilty today to a misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct bruce oh is mcgregor's attorney this is the same outcome that would have occurred if he'd better non celebrity the d._a.'s office thought through this very carefully we appreciate the staff we appreciate the district attorney's office treating this as would any other case mcgregor was sentenced to community service and anger management today's please stems from a backstage brawl at brooklyn area in in at a brooklyn area pub in april when he threw a dolly at a bus full of other mixed martial arts stars Accord hearing has been set for tomorrow afternoon for Columbus police sergeant facing four felony. Charges related to child. Porn dean Worthington surrendered himself to police yesterday after the charges were announced Franklin county prosecutor Ron O'Brien says a website tumbler. Provided a tip which led to the discovery of the illegal images on worthington's personal phone edition to the criminal investigation CPT's conducting an internal probe wants to division learned of the of the Search warrant he was relieved of duty his badge and gun were taken, that day, worthington's attorney says his client. Will plead not guilty the public entrusts us to investigate. These types of crimes and now we have somebody within the division who. Violated that trust that's, ABC six is Lou Ann soy are reporting an amber alert out of Lorain county leads police to Mansfield Shelby police chief Lance comes says that's. Where they arrested Robert bean who was discovered in a tent with his ten. Month old son gentleman, surrender immediately without incident. And at that time the child was taken into custody, the child was found to have no immediate injuries that, we, know of at this point time an amber alert was issued after Lorraine police, say being pistol whipped the child's mother before abducting the boy and taking off at a stolen car their promoter of an ill-fated music festival is pleading guilty today to another scheme Billy McFarland already pleaded guilty to deceiving investors In vendors. Of the fire, festival the music festival. For the wealthy in the Bahamas that collapsed. In chaos and cost twenty. Four million dollars in losses the FBI said. He did not stop there while McFarland was awaiting sentencing federal prosecutors here in New York City went on. To sell one hundred thousand dollars worth of fraudulent tickets to exclusive. Fashion music and sports events. That he didn't actually have he was charged with fraud and money laundering Aaron Katersky. ABC news New. York Twitter is, claiming today that it's a glitch that is being fixed while President Trump believes it's illegal, and discriminatory, shadow banning and a number. Of prominent conservatives say they're victims several leaders Republican lawmakers. Are not appearing in the social media sites auto populated dropdown search results. In it's got those, affected fuming ABC six first warning weather powered by the basement doctor Jim says sunny today high of eighty seven Seventy-nine now I'm Jared Allen.
"worthington" Discussed on WTVN
"Ohio Honda dealers sports desk my, campaign NewsRadio six ten WTVN thanks can't be six forty six now really, interesting story yesterday in the real estate section of the Columbus dispatch it involves a home that. Was purchased in the Worthington. Area off of Tucker. Drive in Worthington Big. Big house twenty one thousand, foot home that is currently stalled in the construction, process, because, of, a conflict. Between, the homes owner and the construction company the neighbors in the area according to this report in the Columbus dispatch are all very upset over this because the owners came in and they bought a. Smaller home. And we're going to renovate the home and then they went to, the guy. Who's. Gonna do the renovation he said you know what you really ought to do is just take the thing, down so they demolished the existing home and started building a twenty one thousand square foot home Now it's. One of the largest in the greater Columbus area I think it's the third largest home that is when completed that will be in the greater Columbus Franklin county I think might be more appropriate way to. Put it put the conflict involves how much the owner believes he. Should pay, for this home the owner believes that he's una contract to pay now get. This seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars for the house that's twenty one thousand square feet The builder of the home says no no no no. It's it's more like two million dollars you're going to us and so there in. Lies the conflict the neighbors are upset as I mentioned because not only is this home not finished but the existing. Home which sat on a very How shall we say scenic drive Tucker drive is a beautiful little a dead end. Road that is near. The tansy bikeway just a. North of Thomas Worthington high school and they cleared out many. Mature trees to build this, gigantic home and those. Trees are gone the home sits partially finished it's been going on for a couple. Of years now. And it's just sitting there, the roofs not done the landscaping. Is not done it's a giant is. Sore for the folks. In the neighborhood and the owner is. Saying I'm not paying I I was. Was an agreement to. Pay, seven hundred fifty thousand dollars. For this house. There's no. Way if you look at. It it looks like a small, school, there's, a, picture, in the the dispatch that's what I'm. Seeing but imagine that. Happening to your neighborhood you live in. A nice little neighborhoods some folks come, in okay we're going to redo it now, we're gonna we're gonna we're gonna knock the house Rebuild that happens fairly frequently and then this happens and it's, just sitting there it's become such a problem that people come by, now just to look at. It high school kids come. By or somebody comes by and has parties there so they leave beer cans and. Remnants and all that. Kind of stuff it is. A problem for the folks there Tucker drive let's hope they. Can find a resolution to, that and quickly speaking. Of quickly let's quickly get on into the newsroom Ken Stevens has been working all. Morning and at. The top of your list, is what's going on in Toronto. As those people deal with another horrific. Situation there good way. To describe it Dave horrific a woman. And the gunman are dead after shooting. Last night in Toronto's. Greek, town neighborhood police chief Mark. Saunders says he's. Not ruling. Out terrorism at this point Keeping everything open I'm looking absolutely every single possible motive for this I mean when you. Have this many people that are struck by gunfire. It's a it's a great concern I certainly want to find out exactly what it. Is and so I'm not closing any doors many chapters on this thirteen. Others who were wounded are in the hospital city council plans to talk. Some more tonight Dave about some new crime-fighting technology wants. To deploy more on that coming up at seven ten we'll see it about, ten minutes traffic and weather every.
Seattle, Mitch Hannigan and Healy discussed on WBBM Morning News
"The largest out concentration there dry front of blazes moving through overnight currently into thursday is in will colorado cool us back were off seven tomorrow fires with highs in burning the upper out seventies of control triple cable digit news heat time across much seven of oh the south seven west along fifty with the humidity seven degrees and high winds in downtown are keeping boise firefighters busy trying to wrap their arms around seven wildfires burning in time colorado for alone sports evacuation with rick orders worthington grew quickly from ready well we'll set start to go with two in just time minimizing the breeze al mvp miguel cabrera done for the season during last night's loss to the minnesota twins six four cabrera suffered a ruptured left bicep tendon while taking a swing in the third inning he's going to have to undergo season ending surgery today that according to the tigers so meg he's done for the year that's bad news for baseball good news for mariners fans doke they're still in first place and they've been hitting the heck out of the baseball lately mostly by to the pitch mortgages credit swing cards and and everything a drive else deep start to moving left field higher right away has done it a again big blow for goodbye president trump baseball a federal judge approved at snowboard and t's eighty five billion dollar beyond bid to acquire the time bullpen warner with no ryan conditions healy the with justice his department second sued home to stop run of the that ball deal game but this he may has open twelve up the floodgates by the year for other and media it's now the mariners megamergers six and the starting angels today three mitch hannigan tesla ryan cutting healy about both thirty homered six twice hundred jobs is the mariners in a cost cutting stay move in first those place cuts will not affect assembly line they worker beat so the angels model three by sedans a score will six still get to three pumped on out tuesday under by pressure the way from mike trout amazon he hit two starbucks more bombs and yesterday some other big during businesses that game as well seattle he city leads officials the majors voted to repeal with twenty three a very home controversial runs head tax he hit.
Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning have some fun during pro-am at the Memorial Tournament
"For the most part we will have gotten rid of a majority of obamacare mr trump also declaring that some of the big drug companies will announce voluntary massive cuts in prices for some of their medications in about two weeks you're listening to abc news newsradio sixteen wtvn jared alad the proam at the memorial tournament today attracted some of golf's biggest stars tiger woods comments on playing at muirfield i've always enjoyed coming here i've always tried to play jackson what he's meant to the tour and his mental all of us us as players i've always tried to support his events and i just happened to play well on golf courses too so that that helps ladainian tomlinson rory mcilroy peyton manning and justin thomas also visiting today more houses are going up soon under new homes could become into the grove city market fisher homes is looking to build a five hundred thirty five unit development of jackson pike southeast of the city it would be a combination of row houses ranches and larger homes that's columbus business first doug buchanan columbus crew as fans hoping to having a downstate rival helps to keep the team in central ohio fan groups say there is they are excited for cincinnati's successful bid to land a major league soccer franchise citing a regional rivalry is a reason to block the cruise proposed move to austin mls commissioner don garber we're hoping to have a solution in columbus it's not that you know we enjoy going through an offense or not happy about it cincinnati will begin mls play next year after officially joining the league yesterday at the state house the number of ohio's house republicans calling for a vote on the house speaker position st rab mike duffy of worthington it's frustrating for many of us are members of the legislature for four terms eight years to see set a point where we can actually govern we can't pass bills duffy says ohio is an unprecedented time right now a woman shot in a hilltop has died days after the.
Cincinnati awarded MLS expansion team for 2019 season
"The air with a six sixty eight era manager jim riggleman he faces an adjustment is going to be quite a transition for him because he's never done that and you know getting loose and quicker and ready to go into the game it's going to be quite an adjustment but right now the starting just isn't working that's not to say he won't be back in their starting some time in the in the future could be the near future but right now we're going to put him in the bullpen reds top prospects second baseman nick stenzel return to the triple a louisville bats lineup last night going over four sends l has been out since may third with a recurrence of vertigo frontier league baseball tonight florence freedom open up a series with a double header at evansville high school baseball kentucky regional finals cov cath over saint henri twelve nothing campbell county defeats george rogers clark sixty to montgomery county shutout browser to nil it was highlands over beechwood eleven to one ohio state baseball turning action in the state semi finals tomorrow it is madeira facing canfield on friday mason goes up against anthony wayne kentucky softball regional semifinals and girls action yesterday collins over walton verona seven one oldham county veto and county tend to one highlands blank saint henri thirteen nothing riled defeated notre dame nine to two ohio girls softball state semifinals tomorrow as lakota west against perry's berg ohio lacrosse state semifinals and boys action last night saint francis to sales got by mary mon fifteen to thirteen and girls action marymount beat saint francis to sales in overtime fifteen to fourteen tonight sycamore meets upper arlington and saint ex battles worthington kilborn major league soccer is adding cincinnati in its latest round of expansion sc cincinnati will join the mls next season play at nipper stadium until their new stadium has done in twenty twenty one owner carl lindner the third major league soccer thank you thank you thank you our community and our family couldn't be more excited i'm thrilled except the special scarf and especially for what it means to our city cincinnati we did it nhl game two of the stanley cup finals tonight vegas will host washington golden knights lead at their one game to none bill denison newsradio seven hundred wwl w sports mercy health is once again selected by ibm watson health is one.
Cindy McCain tweets about White House aide accused of mocking John McCain
"Call away kaby hawaii news time six sixteen time for news with rick worthington well speaking of president trump and north korean leader kim jong hoon summit is now set for june twelfth and singapore north korea recall suddenly announced that it had achieved all of its nuclear goals it had a nuclear arsenal it had weapons that could carry nuclear warheads it claimed as far as north america and now it was going to suddenly shift and focus on economic development the big question there are they willing to after having invested untold treasurer and time and and risks international isolation are they willing to simply bargain away their nuclear arsenal in the interest of a better relationship with the us in other news reports of one of trump's white house aides comment about john mccain has raised a few eyebrows in washington he's dying anyway a white house aide kelly sadler is quoted as saying about senator john mccain when discussing mckay opposition to cia nominee gina hospital that's according to a source with knowledge of the meeting or communication staffers were discussing promotion for hospitals confirmation a white house statement does not deny the quote simply expressing respect for senator mccain service the trump mccain relationship has tended to be caustic ever since candidate donald trump downplayed mccain's imprisonment and torture in vietnam as to his inability to avoid capture his wife cindy mccain tweeted may i remind you my husband has a family seven children and five grandchildren bob costantini washington speaking of concern how about that big old volcano in hawaii hawaiian officials say killer whales activity resembles what was seen right before a major eruption in nineteen twenty four that's one enormous rocks called ballistic boulders were launched from the earth steve hill and his family spent the past five days packing as they hope to have something to return to we think fondly of madame palay we've left her lesson jen we hope that she thinks we're good stewards and sees fit to leave our our land home intact i'm john lawrence reporting still to.
Special counsel Robert Mueller told Trump's lawyers he's not a criminal target right now: Report
"Kaby hawaii news time seven sixteen time for news with rick worthington in an effort to get him to cooperate president trump has been told by robert mueller special counsel team that he is not being investigated for criminal acts at least that's according to a published report citing sources close to the probe bob constantini explains what that means his team still wants to interview the president however the washington post is reporting robert muller's negotiators have told mr trump's lawyers right now he is not a target of a criminal probe it is known muller is investigating the firing of fbi director james comey and whether the then new president asked komi beforehand to ease off of any investigation into mike flynn plus the white house statement drafted as reports of the donald trump junior arranged meeting at trump tower with russians claiming to have dirt on hillary clinton in june two thousand sixteen is being looked at the original statement said the meeting was about adoptions a few days later down juniors email thread was made public making clear that was not the case bob costantini washington woman opened fire a youtube headquarters near san francisco yesterday wounding three people before she took her own life officials bleed the suspect may have known one of the victims but they're not sure here's mary moloney some employees on the massive campus for enjoying their lunch break when shots i rang out other youtube employees in different buildings heard the chaos through technology i actually was on a video conference with someone who is in the building when it happened and we were all suddenly aware of a lot of heard noises it sounds people running outside of the the room where she was and people screaming news chopper aerials focused on a small outdoor eating area where evidence markers dotted the ground law enforcement searched each employee one by one as they came out of the building with their hands up investigators believe the shooter acted alone i'm mary maloney reporting wall street will open up here in a few minutes down almost five hundred points this morning stocks posted a big turnaround tuesday the dow soared three hundred eighty nine points the nasdaq rose seventy one and the sp five hundred was up thirty two investors will get more economic news to chew on today i a look jobs when the march adp payrolls are released at eight fifteen am eastern that will be followed by ism nonmanufacturing activity for march and factory orders were february.
Coeur d'Alene students organize walkout for gun control
"And small in idaho and across the country are marching for their lives tomorrow morning they'll be joining survivors of the parkland florida high school shooting who will take to the streets of washington to urge congress to pass gun control measures ashley romanovskis leading the march for our lives in court elaine and tells the public new service scenario that does have experience with shootings at schools after the shooting and spokane it was pretty crazy to come back to school at quarterlane because there was something that we all thought about and there's really close to home and i think that when you get the right students to get motivated and to get out there and speak their mind definitely makes an impact in boise the march for our lives will be get a ten am on saturday at least seven other similar marches are scheduled across idaho including in idaho falls moscow and twin falls opponents of gun control measures say they are an effective tool as for preventing gun violence rick worthington six seventy katya why the leader of an idaho progun proconstitution group says while the protesters at saturday's march for our lives rally at the capitol will be exercising their first amendment right to free speech what they really want to do is infringe upon our second amendment right to keep and bear arms idaho three percent president eric parker says the kids who rally at the capital this weekend have been filled with misinformation in school and by their pop culture heroes and it's up to parents to teach them what the second amendment is all about education is on us as parents i believe that it's truly up to us to counter that onslaught that they receive in public education and on the tv history the nationwide march for our lives rallies will had been funded by hollywood celebrities silicon valley ceo's and michael bloomberg's anti gun group every town for gun safety.
Congress to boost opioid treatment, prevention dollars
"Why news time seven seventeen time for news with rick worthington good morning look with republicans warning against it in the attorney for president trump says he's not planning on firing special counsel following rampant speculation that was growing possibility much that played over the weekend bob constantini with updates from washington last night one of president trump's personal attorneys on the russia probe ty cobb felt compelled to issue a statement that the firing of robert muller is not being considered speculation started with a statement of another trump attorney john doubt who in the wake of the firing of andrew mccabe called for an end to the muller investigation and then there were the president's own tweets attacking the muller team as well as mccabe the former deputy director of the fbi mccabe's attorney statement he would not be responding to quote each childish defamatory disgusting false tweet by the president and the president was sometimes critical of mccabe fired just two days before his planned retirement bob costantini washington in other news today president trump rolling out new plans to address the nation's opioid epidemic today in new hampshire a longawaited plan to tackle the opioid crisis puts the focus on law enforcement prevention along with a sizable educational ad campaign and improving the ability to fund treatment through the federal government the white house says for the first time seeking the death penalty against drug traffickers when appropriate which president trump has called for will be part of an official administration plan congress recently appropriated six billion dollars to combat the opioid epidemic and a senior administration official told cnn that trump's plan will lay out how the.
This deadly flu season has peaked, but a late bump could loom
"Kboi news time is three thirty this year's flu vaccine is doing all borst job of protecting people against the bug that's causing most of this season's illnesses idaho's had its fair share flew deaths this year now the nation's top health officials are still urging people to get flu shots telling you there's still time and shook it is with the cdc and says the flu season may have done its worst already though i know it's been a scary flu season and a heartbreaking one for far too many americans although we can't predict how much longer this season will last we could be looking at several more weeks of intense activity and we will probably continue to here very sad stories about children and adults critically ill or dine now and the rights side the cdc says flew activities down significantly for the second consecutive week but activity could likely continue for several more weeks rick worthington six seventy kboi and much of idaho the only road to get the town or to get away from a forest fire cuts across federal land for representative priscilla giddings of white bird that's a problem she sponsoring house bill six thirty seven to limit the circumstances under which roads across federal land can be closed this man who lives and minds in the clearwater national force says it's a matter of life and death at times wilderness do a lot of people lived in cities but to a lot of us the mayan and do the things that some of us do its own summertime and pliers season so please consider liquids and it's important two republican public safety idaho attorney general lawrence wahsington's office issued an opinion citing potential problems with the bill so the house state affairs committee voter to advance the bill to the amending order that means changes will be made their before goes to the house floor for debate boise state's three seniors chandler hutchison chrissy can felder and lexus williams scored fifty.
"worthington" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"I mean i don't know if you will sleeping beauty at only getting home that would be they'll be very weird hans solo being in carbonite is that a komano let's and it's not a comedy there's there's plenty plenty more more pretty funny lenses stuff that aren't comedies let let's cast in some upcoming films because you haven't even kicked out on like nerd stuff which you and i could probably spend a lot of time on before more avatar movies what's the part you want to play in the next avatar movie listen i love avatar i would love to be but i don't want to be one of the avatars i want to be a human i don't wanna be on the old guy in the tech guy you that a backward step for you can i don't want to going to be lavery by sam worthington we know he was a he got to be human too i just because that kind of acting seems so challenging or if there was no cap stuff like the balls all the balls all over you kind of thing there's no more talk we're going to balza over here and there's no like trees or anything saddam was be really difficult but then also i bet in post thicken tweak the performance in a way the economy traditional actress right yeah right river like a planet of the apes and stuff so right any circuses is probably as freaked out as the rest of us.
"worthington" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"For rick worthington it is gay pride week and it's disconcerting for some that a gay pride flag that was being flown in front of a boise home has been burned police say they are now investigating the victim displaying the rainbow flag at there home north twenty fifth inherent streets in support of pride week an unknown suspect damage to flag over the weekend burning hit some sometime between ten p m saturday night eight am on sunday the investigation what they're calling the malicious harassment cases ongoing anyone who has information is also being asked to contact the boise police department the idaho legislature is now looking into reexamining some ethics and campaign finance law is one of just three states but no financial disclosure requirements port state legislature is there any elected or appointed state officials so a 10member working group is being put together to look at the issue and make recommendations to next year's legislate later senate president protem brent health as we have not a big problem with this tonight hole we're not doing it because there we wipers any kind of corruption or bad behaviour that and going on but could but we owe it to the city whose to make sure that the commission employ prevent bent and from happening in the future coat look cream action here this is not the first time the issue has come up financial disclosure requirements were introduced in two thousand nine in 2016 but failed i'm albina kuzina six seventy kboi.