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INGAA's Amy Andryszak Pens Letter to Biden Administration
"So this letter from the interstate natural gas association president and CEO Amy andraz Zak To President Biden just last week should concern everybody Here's some excerpts Please this is important I am writing to further underscore the concerns about the New England region's growing uneasiness about electric reliability and corresponding price bikes during cold winter months Now these people are involved in providing the energy and representing the people who do and they are jumping up and down they are banging the pots and pans they have been doing it month after month after month And nobody is listening to them Instead we have Congress today in the Senate voting to codify same sex marriage Like that's an issue And 12 Republicans in the Senate That's their priority If you want to get married in this country and you're gay go for it It's the law of the land because the Supreme Court said so What's this codification stuff It's a vote For political purposes She writes I encourage your administration that's Biden to pursue a long-term solution that addresses the root cause The region's long-standing electric reliability problems a lack of adequate natural gas infrastructure Rather than focus on the short term emergency solutions there were neither intended nor designed to address systemic issues like those that are present in New England
A highlight from Top 5 wandelgebieden in Frankrijk van Ruud Couwenhoven, auteur van de bestseller Frankrijk Binnendoor, ontdek het andere Frankrijk
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"zak" Discussed on a16z
"I'm sure you have startups that you work with for your investment fund, where they come to you and they either say, hey, I want to be on the cutting edge of culture or hey, I want this to appeal to really young people. I'm curious if you have an example of a company talking to you about that and kind of what you did in order to make that curation happen. So using your I know it was just a random specific example, but I want to appeal to younger people type thing. If a founder CEO is asking that question, they're probably not going to be able to do it. There is an authenticity. That is really a big part of it. If we just go back to the one O one of community building, the idea that everyone is showing up at your house for a party or you're coming to a meeting space, whatever. If you don't genuinely believe the things you believe, if you don't genuinely embody the sort of environment you want to create, you're going to have a hard time. And so what's exciting is when it works, it's coming from a really genuine place. So like, in particular, this new generation that defaults thinks of themselves as content creators as well as consumers. Just gets it because they seek out relationships differently. They've been molded in the shadow of Zak. And want to create something that looks different wants to create something that I vibe with just because even though I'm not of the generation. It feels real. I look at it with all of these cash grabs in NFTs..
"zak" Discussed on The Drill Down
"All right welcome back to the drilled on. Promise joining us right now. Is the ceo of karoo zach. Callisto joining us from south africa. Is that right jack. Thanks metro obvious. It's just confusing because the companies listed in the us. It's officially based in singapore in the business of course is in africa. Which is where you are. How do you describe what karoo is. So we we platform assess. Let's from that treaty addresses both commercial and launch into browsing consumer addresses. The needs for mobility. I would say that. This describes as I'd say mobility's a pretty broad topic but maybe of managing fleets fleets of vehicles presumed the principal. Yes that's correct. That's managing defeats the productivity facial. See this safety. Compliance of governments by the security efficiencies of workflows. Say it's a quite comprehensive at platform that Both consumers and commercial customs lodging process us. Know so tell me about What a typical commercial customer looks like to use some name brands. You certainly may so. We've got in terms of commercial customers. You've got small sole proprietors that have got day. One not two of five trucks. That are gained long distance and then we have large customers at the vehicles are customers range from the money industry but just six Refrigeration industry willing gas Treaty cadre. I would say most industries if not all industries and obviously are being customers from the large interprises through school. Sulfur prizes and dan as it prepared for the interview. Today i thought about all the all the gazillions of angles go with this. I do think that the the business use case for understanding how fleets are managed isn't well known outside of those who manage fleets so explain wife fleets need to be managed and what what things happen with a managed fleet. That wouldn't happen in an old fashioned. Take the truck out in the morning with a clipboard. And come back with a clipboard. Filled with all the stops done. I think if you digitalized all processing you can make the vehicles into journal systems to spying samples transport managers not total online drill tom. Visibility of vehicles in what is doing but any as he got to with vehicles but actually certain diagnostics majia cold group generation temperature sensors will impotent outputs. The fuel consumption at the levels of hugh any east got assist all of Through they can have all that information integrated into other systems that demand wlac syrian systems or earpiece systems and instead all integration process combined with on top of that install administration also of vehicles. Reckon with its finds with. Its maintenance vehicles rebates accidents. Would it what ed happens. In terms of administration of vehicles that can be put on platform. And it's been able to deal with all of the data as you while. Imagine giving with a with a Birds overwhelming and to be able to get the business intelligence reports and also. Because we've got such large data pool was how many different customers we able to condition mayes each Each customers how performance at thomas jefferson the industry that we're able to give him reports that relate to the industries that allow them to enjoy fish and use the essex and it will force up to me and Get bitterness and bit customer service. So it's digitalising all management system. We normally you could add. Maybe a team of hundred people to not can be done with the smoking to stay. People can do all management of a large fleet of dana transit thousand acres. It's it's a pretty amazing. What what do you typically engage with customers who aren't doing anything digitally or doing very little digitally or are they another platforms where the migrating into karoo. So you've got basically some customers would be useful some systems and got a free comprehensive system as customers with i've manual all Using old systems and they an upgrade to modern system you know in specifically nowadays we we've outlets from the management of deliveries re customers living goods and date will submerging fields field workers. And all of this today to be able to digitalize your business of the logistics is quite important things so i think respectively customs have systems. You probably fund legacy systems and given the connectivity today. Thinks that drive for people to become much more efficient so most of your businesses in africa. Correct what what. What is connectivity mean in africa. And how might that be different from the western world where most of our listeners are. As far as i know although hoping this is going to be really big for us africa because a lot of a lot of ears in africa so significant business is in africa while percents south africa. Approximately and i'm just keeping realm streakers Proximity another six seven percent using the rest of africa and entitled your public. Kim percents for business in europe and asia But the needs of our customers in africa are typically the siamese the needs of customers in europe or the customs in asia. You Real difference is that because of the crime element in africa. All our customers also require certain level of security that we need to provide with technology to our customers. But besides steph part of the business. Most of i you know the the needs of commercial cuss mus or pretty much. The sign obviously the futures diction selbe ads sutin compliance elements government and that. We give compliance. Es g bullets. Obviously that's going to become quite big in europe and we pledge to do that the mainly. It's the needs on pretty much the same but clearly Somebody operating different jurisdictions that deal with different challenges and obviously what we do see these people using the platform for different things depending on the requirements in that can be with its geography or the industry by in or the size of feet. They using so we do see different use cases on from so you talked about the persistent threat of crime which is facing fleet operators in specifically that was in your your your twenty f- filing f- one new republic. What is the persistent threat of crime. What does it look like so in.
"zak" Discussed on The Drill Down
"Colon cancer screening are tens of millions of people who are not complying with any kind of screening into dollars and we are offering a blood test teams lamented proper. You can increase online significant. Basically any performance is much better than these people are not getting screening affect your person sensitivity. Yeah the sensitivity zero. If you don't get the test right. So their theory is hey if we just make this test. Easier of more people can attest some way. It's acceptable to them. We can detect more colon cancer or crc colorectal cancer. The call it.
"zak" Discussed on The Drill Down
"Welcome to the drill down. We've got business stories behind.
"zak" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Major service companies. And then they'll represent you and then where your product goes from there who knows and then the feedback loop and everything else that gets a little lost their. It's interesting and so what a grind it was to get to where we are all. That's all i was about to say is the thinking of hey will go to the big service providers in lovie slumber j. Whoever may be the train of thought there is because it is so tough to deploy or to manufacture and deploy a physical product. That is going down hole. I mean can be super capital intensive You know just long sales cycle and so that's the first thing we'll go to the major providers and will leverage their platform and get scale I think that's why you see three people sitting here because we are more vertically integrated and it really required a diverse skillset to build a tackle. This thing yeah It's turned out to be incredible percent. Mean you heard it from him. Are they have been able to do the manufacturing Without you right and so it's like you need. We should talk about that a little bit too. Like complimenting skill sets between the team Not having too much overlap. There that way you guys all bring skill set to the table like how did y'all me and your wife actually ask the question. Who's the ceo. We're all directors of the company. There's no there is no. Ceo title It it's you know. The different divisions so functioning on like are different responsibilities avenues than we have Weekly meetings with the team on tuesdays and the weekly meetings for management's on thursdays and it's it's that time where it's like. Everyone has a role and functions like cohesive environment. where like. I don't know if this happens with every business. That's great but like i thought that would be a lot more ups and downs on that end and it's worked out pretty solid three works. You have to make a decision de is it. Yeah isn't that a rule of three or something like that like yeah that makes sense kind of like brings brings some ballads So you said that You know the balkan was like really kind of the catalyst Sounds like permian basin. Starting to take off zak. Yeah a permian basin. Right now is our largest growth area Roughly thirty percent of the operators currently are running cable protection and largest client base down there though from it's going to be pretty exciting if only thirty percent are running it's cable protection because it just like it's an educational thing at least seventy percent of the market to grow into right exactly right. It's an educational thing and it's going to be with this business. It's been a step by step process continuing to grow it and right now. It's it's just going to continue to meet with the operators and have instances like this where we can sit down and chat shop and meet with meat and do lunch and learns just continue to spread that word. Both which gopher you guys i mean. You said you've already run. Five hundred hundred thousand of these bad boys are crushed thirty operators..
Robin Williams' Son, Zak Williams, on Mental Health
"This. Jump right into this week's conversation with zach williams zach alario michael. I'm great. i just got back from a road trip. And i'm feeling energized and excited about about the remainder of the year in what's become so thank you for spending time with us in your passion interest around mental health and how it fits into the modern workplace is something that feels like a tongue and groove for. We're trying to do as well. So can we start where it started for you and so let's go back. Why mental health and help paint the picture. And you're obviously. Your dad is going to be a major part of your story but why mental health for you. Well mental health for me started or at least thinking about mental health by my personal well-being started very early. On in my life. I had very obsessive traits as a child A lot of thinking involving symmetry and and repetition and That manifested through my teens and early adult life in terms of anxiety and trying to manage obsessive thinking and and that really came to a head After my dad by because i was diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder and was using things like alcohol. Self medicate to quiet my thoughts to quiet my mind in. That's wasn't tenable in the longer term for me. How old were you when you were diagnosed with. Ptsd thirty three which was to about two years after my dad died by suicide
"zak" Discussed on KOMO
"Zak says. By the time covid patients get to him in the ICU, it means they're in a very serious situation that probably on breathing assistance and may not be able to communicate except with a nod of the head. And if it progresses, they may have to be put on a ventilator and that could be it for them. Your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on common news, sponsored by Propel Insurance after a week that had the major indexes, all losing at least 1.6% stocks attempted to rebound today, the Dow industrials recouped 261 points and the S and P 500 edged up 10. But the NASDAQ composite slipped nine more than 300 businesses. Most of them are fewer than 100 employees are getting some financial assistance from the U. S. Transportation Department. The department is offering $482 million in aviation manufacturing assistance. Of that 75. A half million is targeted for his spirit Aerosystems while suburban Cleveland based Parker Hannifin was offered up to $39.7 million This after Congress earlier this year created a $3 billion aviation manufacturing payrolls subsidy program that will cover up to half of eligible companies compensation costs for as long as six months. That's your money now. Last week. The federal money attached to state unemployment benefits expired and as some expected, there are suddenly more people looking for work. But there's a little more to consider. As Cuomo's Brian Calvert reports. You can't overlook the fact that restaurant owners across the region are suddenly seeing more resumes. Kurt Hoffmann says applications are up 50% hundreds of jobs. That we're trying to find fellow restaurant tour in eight. Tilden sees the increase as well, but wants you to know that he's being a little more picky these days. Yes, he needs help. But feel like I've seen a good amount of people dropping off a resume. They're just looking for a job. And the two have very different opinions about prospective workers Suddenly coming through the front door life here is that folks took an 18 month break and they you know they were on the couch the whole time. And now they are forced to go back into the labor market, and it sucks. And they just want to get paid. And I fear that they're not going to want to actually do the physical job of working. I totally disagree. I think, Look if you took 18 months off, and you survived, and you figured it out, and my hope is that your batteries are totally recharged, you're ready to go. Brian Calvert common use Comeau traffic.
"zak" Discussed on Nightly Pop
"Feed myself. Welcome back all right when things get tough and your love life you know. Nightly pop is the only place you should turn to for help so it is time for all right. I this nineteen year olds here at on. Talk how to handle getting hit on by an older man hunter..
"zak" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack
"First lockdown we started a campaign called culture is not cancelled and so there we were encouraging commissioners organizations not to cancel culture. Because if you if you do that then not only. Does it affect the livelihood. But i think you know culture is what makes us. What makes us human so we saw that as a really important message to put out there and then another thing that maybe we can talk about later is that we started a scholarship to try to find ways to encourage us to design education because we realized that that was something that was really missing especially for underrepresented communities and something that we thought that as design studio we could actually do something about. i think. That's super cool. Because i do agree. Kind of design journalism. Everything kind of in the humanities feud a bit of a struggle for some people to to get into those industries right. So is it a partnership with central some partnership with central saint martins and it will support one student over the three year term of their their studies. And it's Going to launch. I mean it's out now. Applications are due this friday. So it's an will be awarding the student next month. So we're really excited to see how this Can can really make a small a small difference. I think but concrete one at the same time and another project. We need to talk. I have this beautiful book by tashin here in front of me again. It's kind of a fashion partnership You did with virgil abloh and nyc as well. Tell us a bit more about the book by the way i do. Love this kind of tone of green. What what is that tone. Yeah so it's It's green called volt green. It's for everyone. This is radio. So i guess we should describe the object in front of us so it's a kind of electric green book on the cover. There's a version of the swoosh which probably people are less familiar with from nineteen seventy-one and designed by carolyn davidson. So it's the original swoosh and it's framed by these words from virgil that says something's off its swiss balance when you open it you have a kind of exposed spine and all of all of these little moves or about kind of unpacking the design process so even the choice of of that swoosh on the cover relief points to design history and the subtitle of the book. Of course or the title of. The book is econ- so a lot of the choices that we made together in. This book is really about design education and trying to show not only kind of sneaker heads but also kind of design historians kids that are interested in design. What goes on in that black box of the design studio that.
"zak" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"I'll have to say i wash goes asylum for chris. I'm not gonna lie. I'm not gonna lie about it. He's an attractive man who just happens to hunt ghosts with tennessee wraith chasers which is like a bad ethnic they do. They tried it with but they started off doing so. Were trying to like not capture the ghost but like take the ghost out of there in like some kind of containment device which is a good idea. It never worked but it was still fun to watch number four. We have ghost lab okay. I've watched that then. We have number three. They put ghost hunters at number three followed very quickly on the heels of number two goes nation. Just kinda like the same thing. Though with ghost adventures as number one ghost lab was above. Some of the other ones really all right so that will as the list from nine around film street so rancor is a little bit different this one. I don't agree with but okay. We'll go with it right like i said this is going to be an opposite. Start at one and go to ten so best to worst. Best to worst worst to best okay best. They have never won a haunting really. That was what i thought. I just don't like i guess. My problem is when i think reality. Tv i'm thinking adventures like investigations. I'm not thinking reenactments and storytelling. Which i pretty much the same things i guess it makes sense but yeah i don't think i never thought that was real. I mean i. I didn't either. But i watched it. I mean i still watch it sometimes. Search it out. But i'm not going to say if it's on i'm not gonna turn it off but i thought that was more of like fiction or if it was based on reality but it was definitely like actors retelling stories. Yeah so if you if you look at it it's more like anthology docudrama so whatever you wanna put that on your paranormal reality. Tv show la's k. Franker not even in my top ten number two ghost adventures okay number three paranormal witness see. That's another one. I don't but i think that's tying into the idea of things like unsolved mysteries okay. So it's not so what you think of as paranormal reality. Because i mean i don't think you'd like it's think of like mysteries of the unknown man as a paranormal reality show but it technically is okay number four. We have paranormal lockdown neck off and katrina number five. We have the dead files. Which i actually really like. I do like that. Show that one. I will sometimes seek out. Yeah here you go number six now. Would you consider a reality. Tv show but you're going to be a fan of destination. Truth josh gates. He makes their list at number six. I love josh gates stuff number seven. We have ghost hunters. There will be down there at number seven number eight. We have my ghost story caught on camera. Okay number nine. We have kindred spirits..
"zak" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"I just had to throw him in there. I don't want to forget about it. You can add it. I mean he was wasn't that far into it that he joined because they actually went did a case with him and then he started being on the show. I know i love him. Make sure he got included in the notes anywhere. So i know i know you knew all that information out because i do something. Grant ended up leaving the show in two thousand and twelve been multiple spin off a couple realities and specials. But they're no longer jason and grant So actually the ghost hunters happened because of a new york times article on halloween. Two thousand and two the new york times article on plumbers paranormal investigators and their team of rips. Soon the investing the article went viral and they began getting risk requests from tv producers. Craig hogan who runs pilgrim films and television. Who apparently made an offer they could not refuse. Basically he was saying that they wanted to create a show about paranormal investigators. Who were obviously plumbers by day. Weird Mario flex their but okay. I was just gonna say that. He basically said didn't want to change them. He just wanted to make them bigger and if they didn't do it somebody else would. Oh you had to put that in there. Did he Like if you're not gonna do. I'm just gonna go find the necks. Paranormal i mean by how popular it is. He wasn't that far off. Yeah strew now Grant even though they're ghost hunters does not like to be called a ghostbuster. It'll be called a ghostbuster either. In fact he is quoted as saying we can disprove over eighty percent of the cases. We investigate for that reason alone. We would like to be referred to as investigators because we are spending more time investigating that people in their situation than actually busting ghosts. And that's what i liked about them. Is they tried to disprove. Things not automatically went to this is an actual haunting or you know whatever no they were actually. That was one of the things that i i also liked about. Them is instead of going in and trying to prove that the paranormal was real right. Which is what ghost. Adventures does ghost hunters. Try to disprove everything right. And if they can't disprove it then necessarily the go from there to try and make sure that what they're seeing is right right and they wouldn't necessarily say something was a haunting they'd be like well. You have some things that are happening. The could we say that's a haunting rim. Not sure now. The ghost hunters if you watched the very first couple of seasons prioritized cases that involved. Children anytime. That children was disturbed children. A child was in distress or a family was suffering. They would take that over some big named haunting they would always ask what could activities going on. Are there children involved. Because if there's children involved that goes right to the front of the list for them because obviously they're all fathers steve's a cat dad well i mean. The cranston actually called a shot in there now. One of the things that the ghost hunters did for a lot of people with kind of normalized paranormal experiences. And also give a safe space for people to talk about them Because obviously there were more ghost movies. Meant to scare people right and less of a i went through that. How do you help me. Because some people can get so haunted by a ghost or spectre that they almost form a sense of..
"zak" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"Now when we're talking about what we're seeing with ghosts pacers It can be traced back to the first real ghost show called ghost watch. I have never heard of this all right so this is actually a bbc documentary. Okay which later you find out. It's more of a mockumentary. However when they came out with ghost watch they didn't say that it was a mockumentary that none of it was real. They actually played it off as it was really happening. These things going on and they actually did a call in line where you could call and ask questions about the investigation in this came out in nineteen. Ninety-two was actually billed as drama and aired october thirty first nineteen ninety-two. It quote investigated the most haunted house. In britain it involved for investigators michael parkinson sarah green mike smith and craig charles as the interviewer and it dealt with a fictitious suburb of fox hill. Drive northolt in england In there were so many people that believed it was real that if you told them it wasn't real day still believed were more terrified of anything. Oh so that kind of gave way to the ghost reality shows now the only two that i'm really going to focus on. Obviously i'll touch on a few more are ghost hunters because that was the first real what we would consider paranormal reality television. Show and the first episode of ghost hunters aired october. Six two thousand four on the scifi channel and it started jason hawes and grant wilson as long along with their team from taps so taps eight the atlantic paranormal society which is based in warwick rhode island was founded in nineteen ninety. Wow really by jason hawes and was originally the rhode island paranormal society aka rips. I like it and actually jason and grant met through the rips website and it was actually grant that contacted jason. Oh cool because he was actually interested in improving the site and thought he could be of help his like your website sucks better sometime path. They met up at a donut. Shop started notching ideas from one another and it ended up drifting away from the website and more towards the paranormal and synthesis website received quarries from all over the world eventually because in the first couple of seasons there in pennsylvania and things that kind of encompass rhode island. Because obviously they're only going for overnight. Investigations yeah they eventually changed their name to the atlantic paranormal society or taps and the website receives an average of a thousand case requests per day. Wow i saw the taps website back in the day. I couldn't even imagine how bad the rips website was man curry. the original taps team included. Jason hawes obviously grant wilson duff. Avi avi both of which were wrote a router employees by day taps investigators by night. So wait did they. They didn't know they weren't Rotor rooting together previously. They may not have been on the same team but then they're like no. We have to work together all the time. So we can shoot this footage Ari so that we got jason got grant to be added. Steve zola's ryan harmed donna. Donna dave tango and andy anders. Dave wasn't an original member on the show..
"zak" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"Ghost phasers web series page Rican watch it online and that can put those links in the show notes. Do you guys want to see it. I mean i go to in found it. But it's like ten episodes in altogether there like a half an hour long. So they're like forty five minutes each follows the case of the showcase slasher face which is at the grid. Showcase theater haunted by the ghost of janet myers. She was an actress so was killed by her husband with a razor while attending a party at the theater. And there's actually like a bonus eleventh episode that came out a year later in its where the ghost features meet casteel. Oh that's awesome. It was pretty funny that the has to be. Oh my gosh it was. It was funny because cast comes with the book. The book series death. She comes on the books and he's like talking music you guys. You can't be these people and they're like we are. It was funny so if you haven't seen the ghost phasers web series. Put a link in the show notes but it's funny. I think you should watch it. Hefty good time. Okay i i want to hear some some ghost facts from you. Some tax okay. Ari so first off i my information From the bbc from scifi dot com from rancor dot com nightmare on film. St louis. I liked that. Imdb and mental floss. Wait ease imdb to. I i had to this for over. Yeah the first cross Over in one episode. I like it all right. So one thing i did find out that nobody really has done any research into the history of reality. Paranormal television really. Yup started on it. Yeah basically i kind of laid it out a little bit on my could have gone to greater detail but of kind of like seems to start with one main thing with tentacles before it. Oh oh it's like an octopus leveque. The tentacles oh shit had but i did want to give a couple a little pole information's dealing with how people perceive the paranormal and ghosts. Okay so according to a two thousand. Thirteen harris poll forty percent of the us. Believe in ghosts. Okay in two thousand and five gallup survey said that three out of four americans believe in at least one paranormal belief. Meaning that it's broken down into forty one percent believe in esp. Thirty seven percent believe in haunted houses and thirty two percent believe ghosts or spirits of the dead can come back in certain places or situations What they did find out is. That was the survey taken in on june sixteenth. Two thousand five which you can find on news debt gallup dot com.
"zak" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"Summer hiatus may also be a reference to the nineteen eighty seven movie american gothic in which drained backwoods family welcome stranded city folk into their house and then proceeds to murder in preserve slash stuff. Them and we're to mcdonald's to occupy an overgrown in overage little named fanny. I mean you'll go down that road you can tie in house of wax to yeah tied all id bringing all in Spruce says what's this guy delegates problem. Anyway and sam says loneliness and dean says what his ever heard of real doll. A real doll is a life size silicone sex it and of course dean would know about it. These next two episodes of dean like hyper sexual. When's the last time he got laid. I think like four episodes ago wild for him liz. I mean he's also like not one to stop self love. I don't think that's true but like this episode the next episode. He's just he's talking. All about this episode was nominated for glad media award in the outstanding individual episode in a series without irregular lgbt character. It's a pretty long title for category. I feel like one of the subcategory categories. Yeah a two thousand nine however it lost to episode of the new adventures of old christine Was that the julia louis. Dreyfus was. I'm like i don't even know if i know what that is. That's our other episode marks. The first time that same medina actually use profanity. The reality tv show that the ghost phasers make within. The narrative of the episode is meant to be a quote unquote real life or a found footage film saner shown to use regular profanity which is bleeped by the ghost. Phasers of until season. Eight episode. eight ontari hurry. Hurry hunter racy. Okay so i was right. Yup this.
"zak" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"Look i mean i guess. If you're really stretching it. I didn't even think ghostbusters with a theme song. Anything so either but okay but probably just because it says can call. If that's if that's it i'm here for it. So if you wanted know the lyrics the lyrics to the ghost face I have them here for you. Oh good because we sang them more than once. So please but the chorus. I'm not going to sing them this time. I'm just going to be spokesman missing it. I mean i prefer it. But i don't want to pressure you into anything your free woman to do with you. Choose what we get to the middle part. I'm gonna. I don't remember how it goes so goes phasers we face. It goes when the others will not go. Go's phasers stay in the kitchen when the kitchen gets hat. Ghost ghost phasers. We face it nightmare. We face the dread ghost ghost phasers. We face the faces. We face the debt when you trip and fall into the supernatural. Were who you're gonna call. We face them. All ghost ghost phasers. We've face a faceless. We face a dead base ghosts. Ghost phaser base goes. Thank you thank you. Thank you At the beginning of the episode. Ed said moore mentions a writers strike. This writers strike really did happen between november fifth two thousand seven in february twelfth. Two thousand eight a because of this majority of television shows had shorter seasons during this time including supernatural which we've talked about for the past three or four episodes. In fact amir two episodes of four six zero mystery spot was actually intended to be the season finale. If the strike had not been resolved this was the first excuse me this was the first episode filmed after the writers guild of america. Strike ended There is a meta element to this episode. Which as unscripted show is the type of programming that was predicted to replace scripted dramas like supernatural if the strike continued a poster of the indie horror. Movie covid is seen negotiators pacers base. Excuse me i was just goes facing out this afternoon. I kinda lost my voice a little bit man reasons screaming too hard i was. I was pretty metal this afternoon. When i was goes facing. I mean i feel you have to do. They get pretty hard in that song. That's what we're going to call it now. By the way it goes facing tm right. The data a poster for the indie horror. Movie covent is in the ghost. Pacers base this posters framed at charlie bradbury's apartment in season seven episode twenty th the girl with the dungeons and dragons tattoo. Charlie i love her. She's the best a john. Santa's plays the ghost freeman daggett. This is the first of many rules he has had on supernatural. He also portrays the gulham in supernatural. Everybody hates hitler which is all. I like that episode scarecrow in supernatural fan fiction and molik in supernatural. The memory remains those are all down the road. Yes the song playing as the ghost. Pacers set up base. Camp in the morton house is hocus pocus by focus from nineteen seventy one of my.
"zak" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"Though didn't think that they would come up with that. But i mean i don't know how much dean had a hand in their deeds hand was just putting in the bag is leaving it there. I feel like he had to do. With in dina think if he had thrown it through a window with no. You got to be more conspicuous put in their bag and they ride into the sunset but they do say they didn't think the show demand didn't think it was that bad. Yeah he kinda liked it a little bit and this really starts like the rivalry between the ghost. Phasers and the winchesters ghost ghost. I like the one. They swear that they put first of all. I liked that they swear. Because i feel like that's normally how dean and sam you know. We're talk. But i like how they put the the skull mouth like the ghost's face our logo over there for their mouths whatever they were swearing. I liked. I liked when they realized who they recognised. Yeah san francisco. Holy w- west texas. It's all slowly coming back. Like the topa goofballs. That always got us fucking killed. I don't know the name of your show. But yeah you guys and then the fuck may say these assholes again. But in the end it was corbett korbut. Korbut saving the day. Our p corbett seriously corbett poor. Corbett didn't earn a full goes face or status until he died. What was nice is that that seemed to not only crossover daggett. Which i can't. I'm sorry. I just think of angry beavers but it didn't it not only crossed over daggett but it also crossed over corbett. It was a two for two for two years for the price of one towards saving the day. Okay i'm ready for tidbits if you're ready for bits. I'm always ready for some tidbits especially for this episode. There actually called tidbits this time in. Its so i know my disappoint some people but this is where we're at. What are the things that keeps coming up in episodes wall hanging appear to get in this episode. The deer's head was back. It appeared on the wall of the morton house. Did you notice the deer i did. I did notice the deer. let's back. I'm now staring things. Like i saw the starburst in the motel room. Else have seen you before. Have seen her The standard supernatural opening credits. Do not air the being this episode instead the credits for the show in a show ghost phasers air a standard credits At the end of the episode this episode in the ghost faces in particular or a parody of the show ghost hunters which was on the scifi channel. The hand held camera style of this episode reference. References the horror movie the blair witch project in which a group of college kids are making a documentary about a witch. Hit the nail right on the head there. Yeah i agree. The framing mechanism of the episode goes phasers in harry. Earth suited up in sitting in front of a fire. It's reminiscent of the masterpiece theatre which would be introduced by the host who would be sitting in a great chair by an open fire. Feeling some of these things that i copied and pasted or a little redundant. She just couldn't find there so namur d- with this episode like it's so great the stopped with unripe note The ghost faces theme song is very reminiscent of the ghostbusters theme. Also having a line about who you gonna call. Furthermore the ghost phasers have a huddle cheer similar to the ones. The one used by the ghostbusters..
"zak" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast
"Not sure why this is important. Gay intern corbett in k. Remains spruce maybe. It's because that plays a really big into the ending to get him to crossover and help them out. I know but just label. Him gate Just didn't seem right. I feel like he should have just been like intern. Corbett intern korbut. Yeah i'm just reading. What the wikipedia said so not my words wikipedia throwing it on out there for real. According to legend the spirit of freemen daggett returns to return every leap year to bring more victims to the house. The group comes across the ghost reliving his death. Excuse me which the winchesters call a harmless quote unquote death echo. Corporate soon disappears in the restaurant able to escape before midnight. The spirit locks the house down traffic inhabitants in their search for corbett. They come across a home office of daggett the janitor of the local hospital he used to bring home corporate corporate corpus from trying to be trying to mix corbett and corpses together. I think so it. A little bit of morgan there. I don't know he used to bring home corpses from the morgue to quote unquote play with sam. Suddenly vanishes in finds himself with corbett both tied to chairs a birthday party setup. The spirit appears and kills corbett than places a party. Onto sam's head as dean enters the bomb shelters holding sam. I don't like that as dean enters the bomb shelter were sam. Is the others place themselves in a circle of salt a ghost. Deterrent and watch adecco of corbett ed. Corbett was in love with a talks. Corbett out of the ethical. His spirit confronts daggett putting him to rest before departing. The next state san medine wipe all of the goes faces footage with an electromagnet. The birthday party thing reminded me a lot of rocky horror picture show When they all have to sit down and then you find out that like i mean. He didn't kill eddie there but even find out that they're eating eddie. Spoilers if you haven't his i offer if you haven't seen ruggie or a picture show..
At least 6 dead, 3 in critical condition after liquid nitrogen leak at Georgia plant, NE of Atlanta
"Chemical leak of a food processing plant in Georgia and people have been killed. Fox is heaven. Brown reports. At least six people are dead after a leak of liquid nitrogen was discovered at the prime packed food processing plants in Gainesville, Georgia, northeast of Atlanta. It was the leak of unknown calls that has occurred in the system here. The calls will remain under investigation Zak bracket with the fire department in Hall County, Georgia, as there were no explosions or fires. Other employees are hospitalized in many others evacuated. They also are keeping vehicle traffic away from the scene.
Moderna says it’s working on COVID-19 booster shot for variant in South Africa
"It's working on a booster shot for its covert 19 vaccine. The company's chief medical officer towel Zaks, Says the shot would provide more protection against the covert variant has been found in South Africa, thinking at this point is to start to study a third booster shot. Out 12 months, maybe 6 to 12 months, he says The majority vaccine has already proved to be effective against the cove. It variants that have been found in the UK and Brazil.
"zak" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Owner of Seoul street shoes Zak Monks, remembers his store being broken into several times last year during protests or definitely nervous from everything we've heard. It's something to be very aware of being very cautious of monks says his business was hit hard by vandalism and looting on a retail level about you know, close. $140,000 is what we lost post office. Is say they'll close early and remove blue collection boxes temporarily. Those boxes are currently scheduled to be reinstalled the day after the presidential inauguration and a nice Sunday ahead. Denver area temperatures around 50 degrees We do start that thick cloud cover right that apart again, but we do keeps in those partly sunny skies around and temperatures, they are still staying mild Fox 30 one's Carly Cassidy. Next update at 7 30 David Ko Ko, a news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM. From the bed. Fred Sports Fabrics Enter your Sunday morning, Dr. Looking good around Denver, 25 north and South bound is clear, green and good to go. No problems. Eastern westbound on I 70 through town. If you are heading up to the mountains, we do have some slippery roads and some slower speeds. Westbound on your final approach. So about the last mile or so approaching the Eisenhower tunnel. Box 31 pinpoint whether partly cloudy skies today and Wendy look for a high temperature near 50 and overnight low expected near 23 in the mile High city. Right now it's 30 degrees. This report is sponsored by American financing, Refinance your mortgage and Save $1000 or more each month without.
'The Bachelorette' star Tayshia Adams gets engaged on finale
"Bachelor red tell you Sha Adams is now engaged and I do airport that because it's the bachelorette after all, and this is not real contestant Zak Clark proposed on the finale, and Adam said yes, the dramatic ending to Adam season began with her bringing back Ben Smith after Brendan Marais left the show. I don't even know these names. Explaining that he wasn't ready to give his heart away
No Going Back to Normal with Guillermo del Toro, Zack Arnold and Laine Trzinski"
"Welcome to our podcast. It's where we asked some of the entertainment industry's brightest minds how Hollywood might reinvent itself as it comes out of the pandemic coming up filmmaker Guillermo del Toro. But first, we ask our guests in every episode, what they would do to fix Hollywood and we've talked with actors, directors, executives, and writers. But, what about the people on the frontlines the below the line workers as they're called in the business, they do vital work behind the scenes and they have a lot to say about what needs to change Hollywood is going to thrive after the pandemic members of the gig economy people that are creative professional's in. Hollywood, we're essentially chewed up and we are spit out. We are treated like we are widgets we are commodities that can be replaced. That's Zach Arnold he's a film and TV editor. He's worked on shows like empire burn notice and glee he got a lot of attention for a blog post he wrote about what could happen when production resumes the title Dear, Hollywood? We don't WANNA go back. To normal normal wasn't working. It had come from me having hundreds of conversations with people that all said the same thing because of the pandemic I had this immense amount of self awareness of how much I hated my life before all this started. Now that I'm not driving I realized how much I hated my commute now that I'm not working eighteen hours, I realized how much time I lost with my children and I received hundreds upon hundreds of responses I'm still getting them, and I still can't sift through all of them. Arnold's blog is called optimize yourself and gives advice about work life balance, which is really important in an industry that is notorious for grueling hours with no guarantee of steady employment. Arnold shares a story that he heard from film editor Walter Merch, he worked on the Godfather and apocalypse. Now, it was a famous story back in the mid to late seventies about a film that was vastly over budget and had very tight deadlines and everybody was just getting pushed to the limit with twenty hour days and they went to one of the heads of post production at Universal Studios and said, we have to do something about these demands. Everybody is dropping like flies and the response was get more flies. Nothing has changed in the last forty years. It's all about everybody having to create a miracle such that today's Miracle Dust becomes tomorrow's expectation and whatever it takes however many people it takes to figure this out they throw people at the problem and as soon as somebody can't deliver anymore they find somebody else that will and I think this is a systemic issue that needs to change, and if ever there was a time to figure it out I think it's right now the most immediate problem with that get more flies solution is that if someone on test positive for coronavirus, it isn't simply a matter of replacing that person one infected crew member could shut down an entire production. And the safety protocols that you need to prevent that that requires time and attention and money. So what we can't do a separate, the conversation of safety from the conversation of ours because the two are inextricably linked. If you're going to have a safer set, you need to have people that are healthy that have strong immune systems that are not sleep deprived. That are working regular hours. I don't know why it has gotten to a point where. We do work such long hours when honestly to have any sort of life, we shouldn't Laney trubisky is one of the many industry gig workers who read Zak's blog post she's a hairstylist and she's been in the business since nineteen ninety-three. But back in March when the pandemic hit her work stopped Gosh, it's just been ups and downs my feelings change every single day I'm not sure if I even willing to remain in the film business. Because the film business, we had before very stressful and was very hard on a lot of families and people and things have to change their for sure the hours for her makeup teams some of the longest onset they have to be there before the actors arrive and can't leave until the actors are done. Laney says the norm are fourteen or sixteen hour days, and she has worked for twenty four hour days in her career, but she's hopeful. Things will get better. There's so much time entailed in getting our disinfecting right before we even get to work and get to working on the actors that the film business is going to have to slow down I. Don't think it has a choice anymore, and I, think it will be beneficial for all of us. Laney's work requires her to be on set but people like Editors Zach? Arnold. Well, they can do a lot of their work from home. As long as their bosses sign off, just had the conversation this week with an assistant editor who was told that in order for them to be able to keep their job, they have to work in the office and they have to go into a screening room with ten or fifteen directors and producer. They can take notes because that's just the way that it is in its quote unquote impossible to. Work from home we've now learned that's not the case and people are just making these excuses number one because they don't want to put in the effort or number two because they don't Wanna spend the money but guess what disruption is uncomfortable, it is painful but this is the point where we're going to have to fix these issues because you can't just say to somebody sorry informed the standards or we're. Going to hire somebody else while it might have been possible in the past for the people doing the hiring to point to a pile of resumes and say, if you don't do this job, someone else will arnold says that's changing. Now there's nobody on that stack because nobody's willing to go in under these circumstances and that is why I think Cova such an inflection point for post for Hollywood generals that. Before whenever we've thought about what are the consequences? Well, it's going to be really long days and I'm going to be really sleep deprived and something might happen. But what are the chances now we're literally talking about losing our lives if we do this wrong and I think that is the big change that we're seeing just emotionally the groundswell is people saying your entertainment is not worth me giving my life.
Doja Cat + TikTok = It's a Thing
"Here's my justification. We talked about the. Does your Cat Nicki Menaj? Mash up taking over TIKTOK. Then I saw there was a cat freak. Which is a song of hers from Twenty Eighteen, that was taken over Tiktok. So what I'm doing is I'm declaring dosier, cat and TIKTOK. Thing got it. Cat On. Take talk those you can't on Tiktok. Exactly Yeah I think that is, that is true. Yes, I'm not I'm not creating the thing I am acknowledging the thing like this this this this happened before it will happen again. And we won't have to talk about it again because we will have already declared I mean. This is the power by the way, not just it's not just our are stellar reputations here. It's also the power of its thing to just go ahead and put this one in the stone tablet. Does your cat plus tiktok dime those cat on tiktok twenty twenty where on it? Sounds like a campaign. kind of why not honestly why not? which was the running mate doesn't matter doesn't matter. Just you know it's. Fascinating though she. Is From L. A. Area. I think Tarzana she was. She's of south. African descent on her father's side or mother's jewish-american an painter. And she just kind of started on one of those started on soundcloud like you WanNa talk you WanNa talk thing. Totally be people making a name for themselves with music on Soundcloud, then becoming means on Tiktok like she's. She's playing by the modern book. Oh. Definitely I mean the whole sort of crossover thing that is just tick tock song. It's really interesting. It's been interesting to watch. I think I'm assuming it is somewhat pandemic related like talk with obviously spawning hard to tell, isn't it? Yeah, well, what's hard for me to tell like is no one else making new music ray, or is it that is it just the accelerate the expected acceleration of the trends that already was like. Becoming hits because his one on satellite radio like we put it on and my son just like Oh, there's A. TIKTOK. I don't know why that makes them. Lesser exactly wrote really great. One over here. Getting to say that like it's one could also be Tiktok, might be ripping off. It's what I'm just saying it could work. It's really true. It's really true, but yeah. No I mean getting famous for your take on. Its thing. Yeah. From from Lana Zak. To Dosier. We keep you informed of. For for as long as as discord points out for as long as tiktok is allowed in the US. Keeping, you want to go too much on the side. Jaguar wouldn't give that much credence until until it's in in a policy document. There's a lot of posturing involved in in in that so I'm not saying it won't happen I'm just saying right now. It's at the stage of. Let's say things to make other people angry, so we can get things out of them, not like. Let's actually do a thing. Yeah, also the kids will not be having
Early results from Moderna coronavirus vaccine trial show participants developed antibodies against the virus
"The hour so the Great Awakening is underway now is we try to get the Kinks out of the American muscle you know it's going to be a long process and as the country begins to re emerge from life in lockdown one thing is crucial to long term taming of the corona virus and that of course is finding an effective vaccine one company says it may be a step closer to protecting people from that virus Karen Kaiser reports Dr tal Zaks chief medical officer of the drug manufacturer Madera says they are seeing promising results in human trials really good news for us and everybody that's been watching for this day the biotech company in partnership with the national institutes of health measured antibodies in eight people in vaccinated then all eight developed neutralizing antibodies these antibodies were proven to be able to unlock the ability of the virus to infect so we are already seeing an immune response at the level of people who've been infected with this virus and are believing out not to be susceptible to further disease origin but we still don't know if people who have been infected with the virus are immune from it in the future so it's not clear whether vaccination will provide total immunity so far Madonna has vaccinated between sixty and one hundred participants starting in July the company plans to begin to conduct large scale clinical trials which typically consist of tens of thousands of people if those studies are successful the company hopes to have a vaccine on the market between January and June of next year this is really a very first important step available for the people who need it the most as researchers work at lightning fast speeds medical experts caution it may be some time before it could be nineteen vaccine is
The most epic dunks from the 2020 NBA Slam Dunk Contest
"Here what did you make of all star weekend I feel like this might have been strong as all star weekend he's in a while three point competition was very good don't contest had some controversy in the all star game I feel like this was a great all star weekend do you know what I do you have the least amount of hype going into and the I I don't know how many years I mean it's just been decreasing year after year the hype going into it but they did not disappoint I mean to go and that extra I don't know what will actually dogs over time in a dunk contest and coming down to the last ball of buddy Hield taken out Devin Booker as the defending champ I mean it doesn't get any better than those things I mean the controversy of the dunk contest is going to live on forever it's it's guy and I've never seen anything and like exhibition match you're just like all star weekend they have bands and just where is everybody all up in arms like it it's it's unbelievable I mean Aaron Gordon one of the best dunkers of all time and some say that rob twice as big here Jones was very very deserving but I definitely I'm is really angry with the judges the dog got does more than anything because I think it was basically you call you can't have five of these in the dunk contest in a row and then lose the odds and their Jones junior kept going back to a different version of the same dunk which was more impressive almost every time she but Aragorn his was so creative and just stop they in you never see and I you did it just how you hold this poses and just what a I mean gracefully than the error but then later when you get down in the energy he brings to the crowd at me and he he's an entertainer like nobody else so it's national do you have a take away from that yeah no I'm with you I think I think what the dunk contest I do think the Aaron Gordon should a one if you're gonna dunk over taco fall I feel like that you get through the wind where you're right he was great leading up to that he then jumps over taco in clears on why I kind of feel like Aaron Gordon one now I'm with you Jones his don't really to what's more differently I do think I actually don't think Gordon got robbed the first time because I think that Zak Levin is a better doctor than he is I actually do think he got robbed than this one okay you're hear me out though there Jones junior lead yup dumped over bam bam barely bent over where taco had to bend down to basically banned level was pretty even there but Derek Jones junior the distance he had to go to the ram was so much further than Aaron Gordon over van and your Jones junior went through the lakes on that one and it is unbelievable and he barely barely made Bamba and over I know bands six nine or so so it's much different there yet kako still got quite a bit on even bent over hi there John junior that region the fact is so far away from the rim when that went down was with special I just one way can't be a judge I mean you so tied to these players Candace Parker bless her heart I mean I respect your as a player person but like I think we need and then if these actors like what calendar you Sears catalogue both men I mean you're literally just look stoned out of it okay of those pretty incredible like the due date really carries a oak okay he's there to give it a nine you gotta get with with that okay all all do it we need to bring back the legend judges like employer is it we want the bus talented and big don contest our favorite athletes get military putting on the best performances we got a show we actually care by giving him judges who are going to take this seriously therefore they'll come out and compete I think we're losing a lot from the the way it's set up right now and we got to have a back up plan for when things do go this well I mean you can't just have dunk after dunk and then somebody screw up the scoring that's not
Diver survives after being scooped up in whale's mouth off South Africa
"The terrifying moment for a diverse studying marine life, Italy funding himself inside the jaws of a giant whale whose ABC's Lana Zak take a look at this photograph, those legs dangling out of a whale's mouth belong to Reiner. Ship Reiner was taking photos of sharks feeding during the annual sardine migration in South Africa. But as he was concentrating on the sharks he didn't realize that there was a far larger animal coming to the surface out of nowhere. The one came up from the side. I realized a split second later that I was inside the way it was pitch black. I couldn't see anything at fifty feet long weighing fifty five thousand pounds. This Bridewell could have crushed his ribs or brought him deep under the water. Thought to myself. Well, he comes because he's Froude is too small to human. But obviously, he couldn't take me down into the water fish Reiner failed his lungs with air preparing for the worst. When suddenly it just twisted gone at the fish push out, the the water and with the water he pushed on me, and I was outta game. Last year. Another whale made news capsizing twenty foot fishing boat in the Atlantic and last summer this humpback whale breached right next to a boat, but none of these encounters have been closer than his the whale got away with the fried as much as I definitely I don't want to be inside away game. Tom Rayner is fine. And after being released from the whale's mouth. He had two questions with everyone else. Okay. And did they get the photo
Russia to pull plug on nuclear arms pact after U.S. backs out
"Rocha is pulling the plug on the nuclear arms pact with the US this after the Trump administration said it's suspending the treaty dating back to the Reagan era accusing Moscow of violating that accord observers say all may signal a new arms race, here's ABC's. Lana Zak tonight, experts are warning of a new Cold War as one of the most crucial arms race treaties. In history collapses, Russian President, Vladimir Putin has promised that Russia is developing new intermediate range weapons in response to the
Emiliano Sala: Search for Cardiff City FC player's plane suspended
"Genital mutilation, which was banned in the country nearly a decade ago. The army and police raided a traditional ceremony after a tip-off that the procedure was due to be carried out on ten women. According to Nigeria has ruled that the leader of the country's main Shia Muslim groups should be granted access to his personal doctors within three years after he was hurt during an army assault on his headquarters. Shaykh Ibrahim zek sake has been detained since his headquarters in the city of Sarah was attacked grant ferret reports a lawyer for the leader of the Islam movement of Nigeria said he needed urgent access to his own medical staff. He told a court in Kaduna that the health of Shaykh Ibrahim Zak Zaki who sixty five was worsening by the day. He said he'd been blinded in one eye. I'm losing sight in the other. He said the shakes wife Zeenat who's also facing trial still had bullets in her. Body from the army assault in December two thousand fifteen. An official inquiry found the Nigerian military killed nearly three hundred fifty people during the operation. The bodies were buried in mass graves grant ferret reporting. This is the world news from the BBC. Tony police have confirmed that the mutilated bodies of two men found last month have been identified as two prominent critics of the time monarchy and the military Gionta cry date Lillard turned another man known only by his last name which were found on the shore of the mckown river in northeast Thailand. The world anti doping agency WADA has decided against reimposing sanctions on Russia, even though Moscow Mr. deadline by more than two weeks to handover data from the laboratory at the center of alleged state sponsored doping Alex capstick CRA ports. It'll be judged by many anti-doping campaign is just another example of water being soft on Russia lifting the ban last September was conditional. On the extraction of data from computer systems inside Moscow's anti-doping the borough tree by the end of December. It was eventually turned over eighteen days late. But although the deadline was missed water has concluded. It's not enough to warrant a fresh suspension. Wanted will undoubtedly frustrate some people water will focus on the fact, they now have information, which they hope can identify competitors. You benefited from one of the biggest cheating scandals in sporting history. Alex capstick an Indian woman who defied threats by right-wing mobs to enter famous Hindu shrine. Our inlaws are now refusing to let her into the house Conaco dura gun. So she's been accused of bringing the family into disrepute by worshiping these Ramallah hilltop temple in the state of Kerala women of childbearing age have traditionally been banned. But last September the supreme court ruled that this was discriminatory. The nominations have been announced for this year's Oscars with the movie streaming service. Netflix getting a best picture nod for the first time for its film Roma directed by all funds. So Koran Roma is the story of a domestic worker in Mexico City in one thousand nine hundred seventy one it's drawn from the director's own
Top U.S. envoy in ISIS fight resigns
"From ABC's. Lana Zak in Washington. Today's announcement by mcgurk comes after the resignation of secretary of defense James Mattis in his resignation letter man is wrote we cannot protect our interests without maintaining strong alliances. The example that matters specifically mentions in that letter mcgurk defeat ISIS coalition and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says the president is not looking to fire fed chair Jerome Powell at least twenty people are dead in Indonesia after a soon NAMI, you're
US, Lana Zak ABC And President Trump discussed on Mike McConnell
"Breaking now, the busiest land port of entry in North America is open again the day after it was shut down for hours US customs and border protection using tear-gas yesterday after a group of migrants storm the border fence from Central America pushed past Mexican authorities US customs and border agents responded with tear-gas temporarily closing crossings to all people on both sides of the border overnight. President Trump criticized media coverage of his immigration policies defending his administration's policy of separating children from their parents tweeting, quote, I tried to keep them together. But the problem is when you do that vast numbers of additional people storm the border. Lana Zak ABC news, Washington. Mexican government says it plans to deport the group almost five hundred migrants who they say violently and illegally stormed the US Mexico border fence, many other migrants sold ABC news. They just came to wait in Tijuana for an opportunity. Those five hundred with the exception. Many wanted
Monica Lewinsky reveals new details about Clinton affair and aftermath
"Her secret with Linda Tripp. Here's ABC's Lana Zak. Okay, great. Where do you want to work tonight in a new interview, Monica Lewinsky revealing what led her to confined to Linda Tripp about her affair with President Clinton saying she felt Clinton? I misled her about a future job and then froze her out when he was reelected, I have this nagging, insecurity. Maybe he just did all of these things is last six months because he was trying to keep me quiet during the election. How stupid those were the conditions along with some other things that led to make confiding in Linda Tripp in a new documentary, the Clinton affair Lewinsky recalled how trip the co worker she thought she could trust secretly recorded her. They're going to try and trick you, okay? Did she ever tell you about her affair with that one even confessing to trip about her fear of betrayal? That one. I'm on the precipice of this legal nightmare. And there is one person who if she just agrees to do what she said, she always do which was protects my secret. It would maybe all be. Okay. Tom during the investigation and the impeachment Lewinsky says, she was barred from speaking. But now she sat with filmmakers for more than twenty hours. She says she hopes her voice helps other young women. Tom von Zach for us tonight. Lana thank you. And there is much more ahead on world news tonight. This Sunday the search for a missing forty Niners fan
Kavanaugh accuser breaks her silence: "I don’t think he belongs on the Supreme Court"
"Story this hour, the spotlight back on the Senate Judiciary committee today where they will hear testimony from a woman who claims she was sexually assaulted by supreme court nominee brick Cavanaugh more than thirty five years ago. Now, the two were in high school at the time Kavanagh has vigorously denied the claims. We're going to ABC news now. Women making accusations that Brett cavenaugh sexually abused women. The nineteen eighties. One will tell her story today to Capitol Hill and ABC's. Lana Zak with the country watching two different images of the young. Brett Cavanaugh will be presented here at the Senate one a choirboy a high school virgin the other a hard partying drinker and alleged sexual assaulter. The supreme court nominee and the first of his accusers, Dr Christine Blasi Ford will be grilled in an attempt to find the truth. But of the three now named accusers. Blasi Ford is the only one who will testify today before the committee
Miss America Cara Mund: It's 'possible' that Gretchen Carlson will fire me
"Is fifteen past seven what a nice weekend heading our way yesterday was really nice. Nice low humidity opened the windows at night but some nice fresh air and sunshine, today Louis Midi high. Eighty four for, Saturday Zak green from storm team ten says. Sunny and comfy I've Eighty-three degrees and Sunday you'll feel the humidity start to. Increase just a little bit but still very comfortable. Partly cloudy on Sunday with a high of Eighty-three degrees Monday late Monday afternoon we're going to start feeling that muggy air getting. Back in here for stretch Miss America Karen Monday appeared on ABC's good, Morning America yesterday discussing, the bombshell, bullying charges that she's leveled against chairperson Gretchen Carlson and the rest of. The board mondro to letter to fellow past winners claiming that, Carlson and, others had silenced in bullied her. And she said she had reached out to, leadership before she, put pen to paper. But she was dismissed so she said I wrote this letter My sister's. Monday explained she said I knew I had to stand, up not, just for me but for all. The volunteers and girls the. Twenty four year old and several. Other. Former Michigan merica tunnel holders are now, calling for the resignation of Gretchen Carlson now, Carlson who took over as chair after. Much of the leadership was ousted amid charges of fat. And slut shaming the former, contestants remember that they rejected months claims apparently Carlson wrote I, have never bullied or, silenced you we've acknowledged your grievances and taken many steps, to, try to