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Fresh update on "zachary" discussed on WBT's Morning News with Bo Thompson

WBT's Morning News with Bo Thompson

00:41 min | 16 min ago

Fresh update on "zachary" discussed on WBT's Morning News with Bo Thompson

"There for Harvick, third all time there, but it's Brickyard Man. This is this is what I grew up want to do is a kid with the Brickyard and to be able to come here and you know, have won for the third time is something that I could have never dreamed up. Jimmy Johnson saw a streak of 663 consecutive starts come to an end as he watched from home after testing positive for Corona virus. Justin Allgaier finished 37 filling in for him and one of Ryan Blaney's crew members was pinned between two cars on pit road, but Zachary Price was transported to a nearby hospital, where he was treated and released. Bryson to Shambo gets his first PGA Tour win of the year winning in Detroit by three strokes over Matthew Wolf. Milwaukee Bucks shut down their training facility following results of covert 19 testing. They will stay that way until the team travels to Orlando on Thursday. The Nationals, Pirates, Cardinals and white socks, all announcing yesterday they had players test positive for Corona virus. Braves pitcher Felix Hernandez has opted out of playing this season. DIAMONDS director Great Challenge Success Story started here in 1996 now offering the best diamond value to people in 17 other American cities and still growing diamond director Charlotte original. Jim's okey W B T Sports. I just took a straw poll here in the studio who watched Hamilton this weekend. I didn't get the response I thought I was going to get I'm the only one who didn't apparently. Or at least watch some of it. Right, Billy. You watch some of it. Yeah, okay. And that laughter you hear in the background is ah guy who watched all of it apparently. That would be John more. We've got to get to the bottom of this. Meanwhile, my friends universal windows direct. They know that the weather has warmed up. They know the sun is shining out there and you're enjoying your summer like you should or hopefully, as best you can Despite all the circumstances, But here's the thing your windows may need some attention. Maybe you've noticed that they are not quite what you thought they were, or at least they haven't lasted As long as you thought they would. Maybe they're weathered and worn. They're letting all.

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Fresh update on "zachary" discussed on WBT's Morning News with Bo Thompson

WBT's Morning News with Bo Thompson

00:36 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "zachary" discussed on WBT's Morning News with Bo Thompson

"Rice and Shambo won the PGA Tour stop in Detroit by three strokes over Matthew Wolf. It was his first win of the year as he added £40 to increase distance for the season. It's a little emotional for me because I didn't do something a little different changed. My body changed my mindset in the game, and I was able to accomplish a win by playing a completely different style of golf. Meanwhile, Kevin Harvick when the NASCAR Cup series race at the Brickyard 400 is second straight win there, his fourth of the season. He leads the point's chase to Denny Hamlin was leading with seven laps to go when he had a tired go down that sent him into the Wall. One of Ryan Blaney's crew members was pinned between two cars at one point during the race, but Zachary Price was transported to a nearby hospital. Later treated and released. Milwaukee Bucks have shut down their training facility following results of covert 19 testing will stay that way until the team travels to Orlando on Thursday. The Nationals, Pirates, Cardinals and white cycle announced yesterday they had players test positive for Corona virus. Braves pitcher Felix Hernandez opted out playing this season..

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Fresh update on "zachary" discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

00:41 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "zachary" discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Was able to convince rather strong, strong, handedly to keep the north and south together early he often took a very strong stand to make sure that people believed in the Union during his sixteen months in the White House Zachary Taylor made many enemies, both inside and outside his party, so when Taylor died five days after the Independence Day celebration rumors of assassination by poisoning began almost right away. In. Nineteen ninety-one researchers exumed his body to test for arsenic poisoning. The results were negative though some still suspect foul play. Only to US presidents served shorter terms. Next.

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Fresh update on "zachary" discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

02:46 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "zachary" discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Know the McGee files or something like that? Because really, they said that okay. Is GonNa be in in the four stories. That McGee is gonNA. Keep on following or because this is the new story, and there's definitely something going on here with this. Viking that keeps showing up with superhuman strength and calling down lightning in the like like that. So Yeah did get that I. Dig it that live even back then that they were trying to spin all four and daredevil. Things Oh. Yeah, there were definitely meant to be. This was meant to be an expensive. You know the the hope was going to be this connective tissue a military type if you will. You Know Batman or Superman or China or anyone, could someone please be connective tissue? Why one isn't the connective tissue? I don't know how she is. Going to. Be But they haven't even suggested that. SORTA have. Look. Like era was on TV. It was the connective tissue. That's why every new show spun out of Arrow except for a super bowl because it was on a different network originally. That below W. They tried it. Actually got it there, so you know all things. oswalt students well. But yeah, so I like it, there's there's a great. Have we killing yet? But Line of course over. That university courses it's especially in the sense that you know Josh. Elaborate actually does not actual Lambert as Zachary Lambert actually does get killed by the people he partners with after they kidnapped Doctor, Dr You know that they basically said okay. We'll just kill them in. The and still sell it for a profit or ransom, whichever whichever comes first you know we'll machine will will kidnap banner who created it and we will take and I. It's honestly I highly recommend anyone. Go back and find. It is a great sound. You get some fantastic stuff with Thorpe. And it's it's interesting as quick checks. It's very different than what we know in comics, but it's interesting enough that you could see how it could play into something more and be more oriented because clearly it is magic. Clearly is a different type of connection between thor and down like, and really really should have gotten the chance that it never got But it gave us here. Kramer and he's done a lot of great things. Levin sadly has not done a lot. Or, maybe what he does is behind the scenes. He does not have his picture I, IMDB..

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Fresh "Zachary" from Dr. Joe Esposito

Dr. Joe Esposito

07:24 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh "Zachary" from Dr. Joe Esposito

"Khun D'oh! To keep the body healthy. Not just if you're in menopause, but what you need to do even before menopause to keep the body healthy. But first we have can ignore a caller. So if you have any questions gives call here to studio a 4444 Dr Joe Zachary, You have a follow up call for me. Yes, sir. Jo are greatly appreciate it, sir. You great public servant, O Sol. Thank you. We just need to take He really appreciate it. Ah! I would pay off my two weeks. Um Oh, and I haven't eaten meat since we've last halt. No sugars. No bad seven deadly. But more importantly, um When I get back in town and stop bridge area of amount of town I want to come up to get Ah, be reading some blood work done to find tune everything, but I feel 100% better from the super green. Such a stores. All the things they'd Ah, you talk about all the time has really, really trip of my energy boosted my strings and ah gave me the confidence. I need to, um, really went over that feed off their sluggishness. Ah! That tired moves and not being able to be with my family members when things were going all outings and my grand kids love it, because I'm not you guys back. So let me ask you a quick question. Zachary. How hard was it to make the changes? It really was, wasn't right. You know, it's a matter of choice, you know in Ah And it really was, um I'm a person off taking he with with a little warning coming, and I think he from that point and it's not hard. It was. It was quite easy, and it's been easy the whole time. So And I wish I could've been doing this 20 years ago. What's the biggest complaint, right? Why didn't I do this sooner? Exactly. I can't thank you enough for your kind words. I'm so glad you took my challenge. You did it for two weeks and it was certainly worth it right? Oh, yes, I'm still on it. So I'm AKI san, too weak because I'm still on it. So I'm in hopes that no one's gonna continue to go on, but the essential source and super greens. You know, I need to stop being me and get the the other Omega three. Yeah, I got cruel oil. But I need to stop playing and get the allergies version I hoped would be a better noise and all the something's right away at our offices again. You're in Stockbridge. But Mary out of the loop. Stockbridge in West Cobb was accurate. I look very forward to seeing you really soon. How about that? That would be excellent. Buy me my brother. I'll talk to you soon, and that's great. I love when Still stories come out like that when people actually do it, And inevitably, the answer's going to be it works. I mean, it can't not work. If you start taking care of yourself, you're going to see some changes. And the better. You are at it. The longer you do it, the chances are the better. It's going to be so. All right. So again, if you like Zachary and you do start taking super green essential source. You cut out the seven deadly sins. Alcohol, meat, sugar, dairy coffee, so not official sweetener. And you say like he did. I wish I'd done this 50 years sooner. Because he's better with his family's better with his grandkids. And so there's no downside to getting healthy. That's what I'm trying to get. There's no downside to eating good foods. There's no downside to taking quality supplements. And when we thought chiropractic care into the mix to get the nervous system, working help with neck pain, back pain, shoulder pain and nervous system controls the organs and 90% your nerves don't feel pain so you can have a pinched nerve and not know it. So that's why in our offices, all our doctors, a trained not only to check the nerves that feel pain. We also checked the nerves that don't feel pain and any other benefit of chiropractic care is if the bones were out of place. They rub up against each other, and they can wear out that's called arthritis. So all right, let's go through a lot more things we can do for menopause. I wanna make sure we cover that. So once you've covered the main things, Okay, you've gotten you got your diet straight. Now you eat more fruits and vegetables for final estrogen. You're taking omega three fatty acids. You taking journal support? Get the adrenals working other things that might work black cohosh. We don't have a black cohosh suffering. But you can get, you know, good health food store that may help regulate body temperature and hot flashes so you can try the black cohosh. If you're having hot flashes again, eating organically grown local fruits and vegetables, nuts and seeds, get exercise and get out and move. Even if it's just 15 minutes a day. Just get the body in motion. Get your butt up and move. You've got to get the vitamin D supplements, folks. The vitamin D three, not vitamin D two vitamin D three. Vitamin D to is a synthetic version of vitamin D three and you want to take the one? It's not the synthetic version or the one It has to be converted because mushrooms have vitamin D to as well. So vitamin D three is really important. So Want to get the basics down. And then if you having hot flashes, the black cohosh might work and get the body moving. Now you're developing some healthy habits that support your lifestyle. And now we go into long term changes and again keeping the body in motion. Now you don't have to go out and work out necessarily when I talk about exercise. And clean your house. Quick washing windows. Just keep the body in motion. That's the key. Even I do my radio shows. And when I do my TV shows, I stand up and I'm always in motion. If you follow us on Facebook and instagram, which you should be doing, by the way, you can see my pretty face, but you get to see that I'm standing up. I'm almost dancing the whole show because this is a good workout. It's a good two hour workout and is no reason why I shouldn't take the opportunity. Tio cash in on this and just stay moving. It's really, really, really important. Ah hormone replacement therapy. I want to cover that. It sounded like a good idea. You know again, you're low on estrogen. We give you estrogen hormones Wonder things they do is primary in primary is an estrogen extracted from pregnant horse urine. Now we know that this is associated with increased risk of heart disease again. Horses. Estrogen is different than human estrogen. And in fact, my my hormones are different than Ahmad's at a different than Scotty's that a different than a Shelley Winters is sitting outside the booth. Right now, we all have slightly different hormones. And so when you start taking horse hormones and putting it in there, we now find out that there could be some side effects to that and again. If you have to take it, you have to take it. But let's see if you don't have to. Estrogen, which, of course, is extracted from the horse urine eyes effective in combating some menopausal symptoms, but proved to have some serious negative side effects, such as increased risk of breast cancer and increased risk of insulin levels. Ah, there's another drug progestin. It's a synthetic form of progesterone, which probably makes it more toxic than even the horse. Warm urine, well documented negative side effects that can affect blood clotting. So, in addition to long term term studies revealed many other negative side effect from hormone replacement therapy, like high blood pressure, vaginal bleeding. Ah, once women quit it many times, they start to see some major improvements. In their in their health. So once again if you need it, you need it. But let's try doing it naturally and again. What? What is natural? Well cut out the bad foods, alcohol, meat, sugar, dairy coffee, So no artificial sweetener. Avoid those fighter estrogen's those chemical xeno estrogens. Ansari was foreign estrogen's that can come into your life and that would be from perfumes, hair sprays, colognes, a natural natural smells. I was even a big box store today I was picking up new. Ah, air filters for my air conditioner. And those smells every time you go in a different department. It's a different smell. And my thought is this can't be good for you. But those toxic chemicals are being released.

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Man throws dogs over apartment balcony in Arlington, Washington D.C.

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 2 months ago

Man throws dogs over apartment balcony in Arlington, Washington D.C.

"A twenty six year old Arlington man has been arrested after police say he tossed two dogs to their deaths from his apartment balcony after about two thirty yesterday afternoon in an apartment building on north Taft street police received a call about the dogs being thrown off a fifth floor apartment balcony at the meridian building Zachary Hanson has been charged with animal cruelty is being held without

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Virus slams black Americans, exposes inequities

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 3 months ago

Virus slams black Americans, exposes inequities

"As the coronavirus tightens its grip across the country it's cutting a particularly devastating swath through an already vulnerable population black Americans of corona virus victims whose information was made public about forty two percent of the deaths were black that's according to an AP analysis while African Americans only account for roughly twenty one percent of the total populations in those areas a history of systematic racism and inequality in access to health care and economic opportunity has made many blacks are more vulnerable to the virus but what makes them more susceptible are higher rates of obesity diabetes and asthma Zachary row with the Detroit urban research center puts it this way into the hospital why getting one hospital stay may each one comes out the other one does it you know we we already know how the story then among the cities where black residents have been hardest hit Detroit New York New Orleans Chicago and Milwaukee I'm Julie Walker

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Virus slams black Americans, exposes inequities

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 3 months ago

Virus slams black Americans, exposes inequities

"As the coronavirus tightens its grip across the country it's cutting a particularly devastating swath through an already vulnerable population black Americans of corona virus victims whose information was made public about forty two percent of the deaths were black that's according to an AP analysis while African Americans only account for roughly twenty one percent of the total populations in those areas a history of systematic racism and inequality in access to health care and economic opportunity has made many blacks are more vulnerable to the virus but what makes them more susceptible are higher rates of obesity diabetes and asthma Zachary row with the Detroit urban research center puts it this way into the hospital why getting one hospital stay may each one comes out the other one does it you know we we already know how the story then among the cities where black residents have been hardest hit Detroit New York New Orleans Chicago and Milwaukee I'm Julie Walker

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Virus slams black Americans, exposes inequities

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Virus slams black Americans, exposes inequities

"Of corona virus victims whose information was made public about forty two percent of the deaths were black that's according to an AP analysis while African Americans only account for roughly twenty one percent of the total populations in those areas a history of systematic racism and inequality in access to health care and economic opportunity has made many blacks are more vulnerable to the virus but what makes them more susceptible are higher rates of obesity diabetes and asthma Zachary row with the Detroit urban research center puts it this way into the hospital why getting one hospital stay may each one comes out the other one does it you know we we already know how the story then I'm Julie Walker

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What's a Narwhal's Tusk For?

60-Second Science

02:43 min | 3 months ago

What's a Narwhal's Tusk For?

"Deep beneath the frozen surface of the Arctic Swims Unicorn and reality. It's a whale with the spiral tusks sprouting from. Its head the Narwhal. Biologists have long debated the purpose of male Narwhal tusks. The task like those of elephants are actually elongated. Teeth is Nar. Walls are usually below the race. It's tough to see how they use their tests. It turns out. We don't know pretty much anything about them. Because they're impossible to study really in the Wild Arizona State University evolutionary biology graduate. Student Zachary Graham. He wondered if the males tusks were a sign of status as a potential reproductive partner. Comparing tusk size to the wheels overall body size could provide evidence one of the main trends. That it's been documented over hundred different animals. One hundred different traits is disproportional growth. We call that hyper elementary and all that means is that the sexual trait is growing disproportionately compared to the rest of the body. So it's not like the biggest nor wall is just a scaled up version of a baby. Narwhal what we toughed is disproportionately long and then we also see that. There's intense variation so grandma and his team turned to measurements collected from two hundred and fifty adult males over thirty five years. The majority of them are from the inuit hunt so the inuit have been killing our walls for thousands and thousands of years in any time they do that. The Greenland Institute of Natural Resources Them to collect data turns out the length of us can vary widely even for males the same size ranging from a foot and a half to more than eight feet the finding in the journal biology letters the top tusks thus appear to be like a billboard that shouts look at me on the biggest after all only the strongest best fed individuals can afford to produce such an ostentatious ornaments. Of course Tusk can do more than just say you doing the fact that these nor was always have the scars on them makes us think that it's likely communication structure that also functions as a weapon for grand. There's also a larger issue some evolutionary biologists have recently proposed by apotheosis at groups of animals with elaborate sexual signals are more likely to specie eight and diversify than those without. We know that the world's changing around us more than ever so understanding how and why some species are going to be able to adapt and deal with. This is key. If we're to protect and manage species that we have on earth today.

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"zachary" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

05:57 min | 4 months ago

"zachary" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Yes all energy. I would say like a Hawker Ego. But he's more but there's more of a warm nighttime kind of sophistication to him too sophisticated. Yeah that's a really good word for him he is. He's very world any talked about how much he loves traveling. It makes sense that he He's had so much experience in the world doesn't it seem sounds really lived life. Yeah and does he has he has he has Like a calm strength about him has been confident which Faulk is supposed to have another reason. Why it's perfect faulk. And another reason why I think it's valuable to explore beginning social media or explore the effects. Anyway that social media has on your mental wellbeing is because I think he came to a lot of these realizations and he got to this place because he had been off social media for Long Island and we talk about it. Making you feel like you're less than or not worthy or like you're you're outsider and not fitting in foam no foam. Oh yes we're social media does now. I mean that's that's eight must be profound the effect that it's having on teenagers who have that in spades. Anyway that feeling he was talking about how gay men tend to be able to stay friends with each other after they break up and I wish straight people could do that to our you know and I know most of my gay friends I can say that about that. They get out of relationship. They very very often more often than not keep that person in their capacity they remained friends and they Sometimes they ran very good friends. I know yeah that almost never happens in the world. It's unfortunate eight is time and you and you get to share so much. Get into their families and you know and then they're like gone often not only in some cases they're gone but they're also like you know there's still so much anger and vitriol replaced by the stuff that like for for no reason really I it's doesn't but it's like they don't exist anymore and it's it's really sad. I envy the gay community. Metoo in that respect our specs in Syria but notably in that respect. Yeah which just solidifies them as my favorite community yet all right. Here's okay. This is for our guy by the outgoing. Oh Wow what a great name. This is from fawn. I wish I could see her last name. But it's I'm just GONNA say fawn see subject new questions interesting. Hey Justin and Christian you guys the best thank you. I love your show. You are my favorite podcast. Dino joke I'm GONNA Make No. She's really fawning over. Us boy one suggestion slash request. Can you change the random questions for twenty twenty? I like the old ones but I think it's time for some new totally agree. Here's a few suggestions. If you weren't famous what career would you be in? That's a good one to really good one. Where have you never been that you would like to go also good? What's one regret? You have these great if you could only have meat or vegetables. What would you choose happy New Year? Fon Fon that is perfect timing because we were just talking about that and We are one that we WANNA do one new one and those are. We should do that. I definitely like they're a couple. That were We want to change up. Yeah Not In time to the New Year. We missed that boat but I would say starting next episode. We're GONNA start to replace. Maybe some of the questions. Yes and we want to mostly keep it a surprise but one question will be who which golden girl to you identify. With which Golden Girl Are you? Yeah we like that one because we've been thinking about it. There's such different similar to them up a question. I suppose but they are They represent such different type sets different personalities. But I really like fond suggestion. If you weren't famous what career that. Yeah there's some good ones GonNa take this under advisors strongly. Consider this the one I don't get of hers is if you had to pick meat or vegetables which just meter just If you had an all meat diet first of all you would get three days out. Goals So I guess you would have to save just vegetables and also for the environment. You wouldn't survive if you had you'd also be an asshole. I mean you it would be so bad for the. It'd be so good for the environment if you just ate vegetables and something. I want to do more of so. That's an easy one. We're not gonNA use that one. No WE'RE NOT GONNA use that but we also had another one because we had one that we may end up using we may not but it was Which you rather be called. Would you rather somebody think you were ugly unattractive or unfunny and that came about because somebody? Instagram called me Fug Louis. They didn't tell you they said Thug. And just said fogging Justin Long. I don't think they meant fog Li do because then their friend whom they tagged was like. I'm sorry but I like him. He's my crush whatever. Meaning it. Which which. I don't think that means that automatically. I think it can mean like fucking Justin Long. I'm sick of that guy or even that might be worse all right. Well now I know your answer would you okay? That's a good one. Would you rather someone just be of you because you annoyed them or they find you fucking ugly? I'd rather them be. It depends twenty right right. That's true okay. Well that's the show on that this week is what would you rather I think about that and And GET GET BACK TO US. And if you want to write us about that or anything else feel free to do so add. Life is short at wondering dot Com. Thank you Zachary Quinto for being Justin's impressive birthday buddy and thanks to everyone who listened and Shadow to all the other June second birthday buddies and criminalist September sixth buddies and shout out to all the shorties and all.

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"zachary" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

12:00 min | 4 months ago

"zachary" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"That man. Let's do too okay. Thank you for doing a pleasure Just Act and I don't either a SPA. Yeah so like I assure you is thinking of the way to do. Spock almost went like this with my hands. The spark and I just saw that I mentioned the documentary. But spock is such a great death scene in. Star Trek oiler alert. Well then he comes back in Star Trek three also spoiler alert but in Star Trek double spoiler. That's rare yeah. I got another weird thoughtful gift. Once from a girlfriend she gave me a Venus flytrap and weird but thoughtful. You Go Venus. Flytrap with my yeah. It's hard it's hard to explain what you just did. It was like an Elvis. Spasm was Venus flytrap. That's cool. I like Venus. Flytrap both have deliver splints But to answer question I don't I don't think I've ever gone to really weird gift like that He has a very sage like energy. Yes I trust everything he says and I want to you know. I just asked him by texting him about that meditation. Yeah because I really think it'd be beneficial. I think you should have gotten into judy. Greer I know about. I know about it. I I know but now it's like Judy. Greer and Zachary Quinto. No no all of it's like it's like going to Vegas and all of those it's like God is putting up or whomever is putting up all of these like neon signs. That are just like almost like tacky at this point how how obtuse they are. I WANNA get into it too. Yeah we Shabbat seems obvious and like Zach to seem both of them. Judy Anzac just seemed like such wise people. It is not that you're not wise but if it hearing from him it really feel the year that he has on you. Yeah I know it occurred to me that I hadn't really hang out with him much while we were totally sober right. We usually like pre stoned. He makes a good case for sobriety. Great case he really does create. I know sober people often. Do you know it's rare when you hear from sober person who's like selling sobriety rare to hear that sales pitch and NBA has no he was. I thought it was interesting that he used the word. Grateful that gratitude. Yeah thing that loss yeah and I and I never seen it that way. I would never have thought of it that way. I now but it it it it does make sense when you think about it because when you're Kinda haze down all the time yeah and numbed yeah all the time it it makes it very difficult and it's difficult to this general but it makes it very difficult even more difficult to have any real perspective on your own life. You know to be able to sort of step back from your own situation. What's happening to have some sort of activity to your life. The good and bad. I think the challenge is like knowing that in order to have that clarity and in order to lift that fog that as you said you have to see the bad to get right. The problems that I think is why a lot of people continue to abuse because difficult to sit with it. Yeah sure life can be especially when you sit with the tragic the more tragic elements of life. It can be really hard and I think it's a matter of Zach alluded to this and other sober fence mine. Have it's a matter of just working through those darker elements that are becoming equally visible as as the gratitude and the going and then having gratitude for the good the good parts of life. And there's so many we're so lucky. I often think that when I can really relate to that when Zack said because I often find myself losing sight of how grateful I am to be alive and healthy and get to do get to do what we love to do. So that's a very rare right. I and I think it is especially problematic which thankfully this has never happened to me. But but I feel like I've approached this this level of Of Usage of you whether it be alcohol or coffee or we'd like when you stop getting high basically when you don't feel high or cigarette smoke cigarettes long ago long time ago. Now if you do enough of it you stop feeling the positive effects of it right and it just becomes writing. You do often something you have to do. Because it's a routine. Yeah for me. I feel that with coffee like now. You don't get that fun line now now. It's just like something I have to do. This and like this is part of. I think when you get into a habit of smoking too much weed to it you start to just feel numbed by feel from it and you know and it's I think it's important to talk about because we often talk about on the flip side. We talk about the wax poetic about how great we'd can be and I do believe that I. It has still continued to enjoy it. But it's it's really worth noting that it can be abused and and I've seen it in my own life and I've seen friends of mine who have changed as a result of smoking too much of it and it's really some of these act made me. He heightened my awareness of my own usage. Right he did it without any shame or judgments in you know. I think that's the most effective counsel to have the most referred to him as like a a wide like a sage. Yeah I think that's when a sage is most effective is when they're approaching something like that with compassion and understanding and no judgement Yay soapbox. Yeah he also is a much better. Pittsburgh accent than you hear much much better. I wish though I wish I had a dialect coach on Because it's such a great accent and and hearing him do it. It made me regret certain choices I made with that character Just not being more on top of it in the character Jerry. Hajri Haji Bug plus on Netflix currently on Netflix But he was great we when he was talking about coming out and publicly. I thought it was admirable. I couldn't relate to it at all you know because the the idea that he is making this personal sacrifice sacrifice. Because you don't know how it's going to be interpreted Ashley friend actor. I mean sure it is for everyone. Let's face it but in actor it could potentially alter how people see him as an extra and the roles. He's he's allowed to of course undertake but do it. He did so because of the greater good because it's a very selfless kids who are doubting and I think he and similarly Neil Patrick Harris I think those guys and other other examples of this but those two guys jump to mind are very important in terms of norm. Couldn't go normalizing homosexuality. Yeah because meeting them or hearing from them it's not a parent north sexuality is and I think that fact is very important. Yeah you know. It's very important making mainstream audiences totally feel comfortable and EXAC and kneels case. I think it's they saw them. Play these roles that had nothing really to do with sexuality if any sexuality if anything it was had more to do with heterosexuality neal's case I mean Neil on everyone says I love your mother. Know however Raymond's yeah in that case it was that guy was hyper heterosexual and so people fell in love with that character on that show and it was. It was a mainstream head so for Neil to then say he's gay after people aren't accepted characters that he played straight characters that he played it. I think it was a huge moment. In case he's playing this iconic Leonard Nimoy had made this role iconic and Anzac picked up the baton and such an admirable way and and also found nuances to that character that hadn't been explored antics and just to clarify. I don't think breaking that stigma of like what a gay person sounds like is is right necessarily that that had to happen because I think people should be able to speak however they want to speak and should be accepted regardless right but the truth is it's not like people don't accept things that are different right off the bat or uncomfortable for them right off the bat so I think guys like that have provided a bridge for certain audiences that make them feel more comfortable. Even though I don't think they should have to. Yeah but I do think. The result was considered culturally. It was necessary and and they do feel uncomfortable and there is prejudice. Because like you said there's just people fear what they don't know they fear the unknown and that's the case with. I think I think you can probably link every prejudice to that. It's just perception. It's an ultra people's perception. I like how you did your research about the show that he's on the night before she like had some facts about it. Yeah true that Tom Brady. That is one of the creators of the show and he was like yeah. That's true really. Do make fun of multi revenue named Tom Brady and he was like no. I probably did for the first week. And you're like yeah okay and I thought if the roles reverse if you were in his position on Brady was someone you do man and not the actual you would never let 'em you never let that go. I would do Tom Brady bits constantly. Tell me I'm wrong. Well I think I'd do it longer than a week for sure for sure but I like I like to think that if I got the sense from him that he wasn't enjoying it or he was like he was hurting his feelings. I don't know I don't know I love how much he loves emojis. How excited he got by mode to the point where he was like Oh Yay so excited and he was like you explained that he had bit mode. You call it when you have a little Avatar of yourself and you're like Oh us you were that blackout all the time glasses. And he was like. Yeah my little guy has like my bet so I started thinking wait. Does he dress like his emoji? It'd be funny if you like screwed up with your added like a propeller beanie to it and I could wear that now. The favorite movie question is often enough now. People are shame you often shaming right with it. We probably should change that. I didn't we talk about. I think we are going to change change. But there's part of me. Because he shaved he was like my favorite movie. But see part of me. Likes the act that you get shamed for it because I think it's not not because I I know shame but I think it's in a way it says more about a person then what their favorite movie is specifically you know the level of annoyance they feel about that question. Yeah is revealing about them as a person that's true so I like that about it. That's true and then don't you? Haven't you realize they end up answering it in some form right? It's usually like I can't pick pick just one ten of them and those are usually the ones that are like Alec Baldwin. Gina did it. Those are the ones that are really into movies right. He said that he if you could be reincarnated animal. He said an owl. And you can see that I can. I can see that too so I would have guessed that if someone had said well. What what Animals Zach went to remind you of. I probably would have said our first. He has owl energy sage wise..

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"zachary" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

12:25 min | 4 months ago

"zachary" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"This show is coming out soon right. Yeah the first season is aired Amc AMC. I think you can watch it on. Hulu now you can And then the second season will come out probably in the summer. Imagine we're on the same schedule? Okay and The one thing that really struck me besides how fun and kind of campaign. The role must have been Was because he plays such a great bad. But you said something interesting about Which is something we've explored on the show with actors is finding the humanity and the goodness Or in this character and this is like close to being the Dev I mean he's like he's a very evil. Yeah he is. It's based on a novel by Joe Hill Hill. Right who is a great author? Stephen King's son And a great author and his own didn't know they didn't even son and I went to school with his other son Owen. Really Yeah Yeah Joe Wrote this book and we adapted it into this series frame see Play a guy who collects the souls of kids to stay alive? He's a hundred thirty five years old And He tried this cool old call. Thirty eight Rolls Royce wraith. Yeah to drive Yeah I mean I it's interesting you know I. I just finished Last week the second season of the show and Didn't shave your head again. No I didn't say ahead of him. I had the first season. Like with a razor. It was a for five months. A real For the prosthetic just to make a wig had to wear a lot of Old Data just they. The conversation was like that will make it easier but it was horrible for me and then for this yards like. We're not doing that this year. Like you know. Let's not we don't need to do as much of the prosthetic sesa did it. Early in the season and at the end of the season but the middle bit. I didn't do it as my phone is great. Yeah because that really was Much more challenging than I expected going into. The second season was one thing. But having to do it season two ten episodes episodes. How long does that take the film Smith? Six months four and a half. Oh Yeah Yeah and you play you a great old. You Played Man. That was one of the things that originally and and also you know hadn't done television in five years at high and so I thought like Oh let me go back and do something that I know people like to see me do. Yeah Yeah can and that was And I thought you know it's this this opportunity to immerse in this transformation but ultimately I just felt like it was there. Were things about it for me. I love the people. Love the creative energy behind the show but just fundamentally it's territory that I had tried before on a level that really became challenging To feel connected to an way you know and so I'm really like I feel really excited to explore other things now. Moving forward into sort of play fetch. Delete still good on the play Okay these are GONNA be quick out but there was a creator on that show named Tom. Brady Yeah Tom's great. Do you ever tease him about His name for the first week and then it got old. But Tom's great do not. Oh no no gray writer. I wonder if I'm not a huge sports fan. I was like isn't that isn't that a running back. Okay okay well a goalie. We mentioned him every time on the show. Because he's it's also funny person to be named Have share a name with because he's also such an impressive physically beauty APP totally. What is your most commonly used Emoji? I like that question this guy. Oh sorry or like uh what can I say? The shirt hands up the wink wink wink. The Guy stands up the heart the smiling Purple Devil. The guy that's sort of like going like that lakeside. Let's do you do the Do you have the ones that look like? You know the advanced ones. No my just wants let me see. Ransoms are pretty good now. You just make it you go over there and you design it to look like you but I think it's a pretty good likeness on your likeness. You've you did a black hat. They always oh my sunglasses. Yeah since when since you were a kid no just since like lately. Ask since I made that emoji. You often wear black everything to I when I run into you you really. My color is navy to be honest. Really all black. But we're navy year billy on the street appearance to all black. That's navy. It is again I will. I will because I want to watch the whole season to you. If you'd be professional Athl- you don't care about football. We know What sport would you place You must have been growing. No No I'm I'm like very what would it be? I don't know Was your brother. You never played my brother damper into like he was. He's much more competent. We're like opposite. Yeah we really connect in the middle like You guys soulful person. But he's breasts things in a very different way. How what's the aged seven years years? So and your father passed away when you're seventy seven now so he must that fourteen Davis differently in the gravitational pull of. Our MOM rebelled more so I was still home for you know whatever a college but I also went to college in Pittsburgh so that with our mom more intense and complicated and he sort of pulled away more from her and like you know and breast themselves differently he was very outdoorsy apple and I was more sensitive and emotional just so that didn't necessarily make you closer not educated. Ceo When my dad died my brother had to become the kind of man of the house to the more of like. He was very very sweet and did the best he could. And you know stepping into that role particularly with me You know I remember vividly him. You know having to be put in the position to kind of not be a disciplinarian but you know enforce things with me and like how sensitive. He was to really appreciate that but it wasn't until we were adults that we became very close. Em in our very close. Oh good yeah and did you see shades of your own debt in Leonard? Nimoy you had mentioned that. Yeah for sure as the parallels were very very interesting and strange yeah physically and then also otherwise. What a blessing. It was If you could so sports nut or no come on OK botchy. We'll say if you if you want snack food for the rest of your life Hamas Hamas. Do you have a favorite homicide? There's a Hamas now new that I just discovered I think it's called Ithaca. It's like my favorite new homeless. Okay flavors great consistency. Maybe they'll be sponsor. Check it out at the COM. It'd be illogical not sorry so disappointed. What's your what's your favorite movie of all time You know that's a terrible question. Alec Baldwin said the same thing. Well I asked that question. He got actually mad at lead. Not even like he wasn't even he was like how dare you asked me that question. Do you know how many fucking movies I've seen in my life. Like how could I possibly narrow it down to one as ING Traffic had to pick one. I did that instagram. Challenge where you would up the your movies in ten days without caption narrowed it down. Oh some which. I could probably back on instagram. I guess Let's see I get it now. I gotTA follow your We'll do this at the end. Okay I put up here in no particular order Here we go talented Mister Ripley. The Hours Il Postino Ripley. Yeah okay no no great. These are not again. Oh I see a chorus line. Talented Mister Ripley. They followed you. Know Harold and Maude Bit Width. Wow I feel I've never seen it but I play right. It was a plan and then Mike Nichols mid an HBO film of Its Tournament. Thompson's one of the most moving powerful. Okay spirited away silence of the lambs flirting with disaster and Magnolia. Wow Real Cross. Section of movies doesn't my favorite ten films at Ha Magnolia. Yeah I remember being really struck by that again. Yeah that was one of those experience walking out of the theater. I felt like I'd been hit by cars you you you did it on the streets so billy has to do that to a stranger. He's here monologue now. You come in here. And she's such a such a beautiful cryer. Uh She doesn't realize or just the whole like Jason Robards Phil. Summer Hoffman Gang. I ain't never seen Phil do that to mind. How sensitive tender and Tom Cruise Phil Parma? Yeah and Bill macy and everyone's the whole anyway. What a what a great fucking I wanna see that again. Yeah Well I'm glad I asked you now. Yeah well you got. You got more than you bargained for with. I gotTa Watch wit and you know what this is embarrassing to invent? You've never seen Harold and Maude what I know if you had to live somewhere else Marrakesh Wow wow really here. So you've been a loved it. Yeah Wow okay. Did you shoot? They're you know if I do. I love to travel where you want to go. You haven't been India. I was supposed to go into supposed to be in India now actually but decided to this is supposed to go to India And then I couldn't because of my work schedule in the show honest brought to. It's just you know overlap by a couple of days but couldn't make the trip but I did just get back from Iceland Iceland for days for the holiday for new years. Wow Yeah it was mind blowing cool though so cool you gotta go but if I had to live somewhere else would definitely be okay and America Who's your favorite muppet movie? You identify rare that you find the most guns. Oh Oh yeah I love Gonzo great arms great great you know great arms. I also love beaker. Animal yes very different. Tatyana all different If you could have one superpower it would be in visibility Grayton. Yeah good if you had to be one age for the rest of Your Life Physically. Would you pick knowing what you know now? You could have all the radio three. Yeah Yeah if you could be reincarnated as a non human animal. An Owl I can see that. Yeah that makes sense. Yeah really ill Meatloaf The foo you. Could you could choose one of these two have you? Could you don't have to have all the time? You could have it whenever you want. And you can't have the other one meatloaf the food or meatloaf singer didn't me live. The singer just like stopped mentioning him a little more. Really disabling fun me. Love Me. Love the singer God Dogs or cats songs.

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"zachary" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

01:39 min | 4 months ago

"zachary" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Very kind zachary quinto sweet shop life is short is brought to you by new. Bud Light Seltzer. That sounded sarcastic. Just because I don't have a Bud Light Seltzer in front of me but if I did I would crack it open. I thank you I would tasted like and I would smell. You could hear my genuine reaction to. It's harder for me to do these without when I don't actually have in my mouth but just thinking about the memory of it having been in my mouth some I get a little giddy. I get a little happy thinking about it. I cannot wait to get a big case of bud. Light Sound Surf for my next barbecue and surprise people with it because you know some of those competing brands. I'm not going to name any names. But sometimes the Leno who they are who they are and those drinks can often taste kind of artificial sweet sweet to artificial and they often make your stomach hurt if you have more than one or two. It's five percent alcohol which is cool. It's just like most beers a hundred calories which is not like most. It's almost much less than it is almost. It's great for happy hour so pick up a bud. Light Seltzer variety pack. Because there's strawberry mango black cherry lemon lime. They're all delicious so try it today. Because it's unquestionably good. You don't question it. No no questions. No questions asked again. Do you WanNa work.

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"zachary" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

10:07 min | 4 months ago

"zachary" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"When I turned sixteen I had a little party. Low birthday sweet sixteen a big to do. I got a gift from a friend of mine. It was a French newspaper. Clint Lamont he just gave me a newspaper a French newspaper. I think because I had mentioned to him that I studied French in seventh grade. Maybe and he just brought me without. It wasn't wrapped or anything. It was just like a newspaper. It's both weird and thoughtful. Yes yes which there. Yeah Yeah but years later it ended up paying offer having some value when a couple days ago Christian and I were watching jeopardy the championships and one of the questions was this. Is the newspaper in France. The answer was what is Lamont and none of the three champions gutted and I got it and I'm so proud of myself and you were sort of impressed. Do you think this story classifies as Brag humble brats or just a regular brag. Let me make it humbled by saying it was the only one that I got right that nobody got rights. Those humble break it was how humble Brag it could be a dream life. Good injury due to ship. You're listening to life is short. I'm your humble bragging. Host Justin long dream sweetheart. Do Shepherd this is my. I need no introduction bragging brother that's how you do that's a bragging self introduction. Yeah but you said it star cast so that that's that's true. Maybe that is a humble break. I do think it's a brilliant concept that Harris whittles came up with terminally delays WOODALL'S. Great Harris was one of the funniest And I got. I used to love those yet. Hit a twitter account devoted to and I remember. Sometimes some friends of mine would would be Mentioned in them Guests on the show Humble bragged humble bragging and of course I just did it. It happens but have you found though that it is misused often. Yes very misused. Humble Brag now to describe Brag I agree. Yeah and humble true humble brags are. It's a really funny concept. It's rare it's hard to. It's hard to have good humble breath kind of want to look up. Some there was one I remember. Oh there was one that was like I'm going to bastardize it but it was like I have to go to the Golden Globes tonight. I hope I don't. I'm presenting the Golden Globes. I hope it don't trigger on your way to spasm o'clock. Yeah but the real information is going to the Golden Globes right. It's funny it was such a great term. I used to think. And then once I once the term was coined by Harris. I then became so much more aware of it in life especially with the onset of social media. It became so much more apparent with social media because people started doing all the time and overdoing overdoing yeah So why are they? Why are we talking about your sixteenth birthday? Well a gift you got on your sixteenth birthday. That paid off. Twenty five years later is that is cool. That's I don't mean to belittle that story called humble but it's actually a really good story. We'll be good just because all that time it was it had become this thing that I was a question mark in my life I rarely thought about but like it was an odd thing for a kid teen I see. I thought I didn't know the back story that I didn't know that you've been given this gift. And that's not the answer. The question right rather So when you celebrate it when you got that right in jeopardy wrong you acted as if you just WanNa go globe. You were like very proud of this stuff. It makes more sense to me why you are so proud of you. Know it should make less sense. I shouldn't have been that produce something that I would. It makes more sense why you would be worthy while you be exact. Because it's the coincidences exciting right. There was this thing that had finally paid off after twenty nine hundred right. I thought you were just celebrating too much. You got right right but if it's also exciting that none of the other champions even buzzed in that tournament was crazy. That was cra- yeah tournament made. I haven't felt so dumb in. I know I know that I was dumb school. So healing of feeling dominance GAW when you didn't know something or or you're taking a test and you're not prepared for it that feeling that feeling better feeling. I even had that feeling in a long time. Bragging. That's true. Okay. We're just bragging Humble about it there is because you're saying you're humbled by how little you knew in in that tournament as it relates to that that's true parents of those three championships through those guys did. Make me feel really really uneducated humbled you. They're they're so smart. Okay here's a good one This is from Adam Levine. Wow We got mobbed at the airport. I think they thought we were at Justin Bieber. That's a really good one. A good classic good one is is like this guy just hit on me yes and when I was coming back from the gym yes getting the guy. I hadn't even shower at her. I remember that I'm trying to remember specifically who was. This is a good one. I just stepped on Gum who spits gum on a red carpet. That great. Well why are we talking about? I don't know humble Brian Well we shouldn't be birthday. That's why we're not talking about birthday because our guest today shares a birthday with you. Jim Second my birthday is June. Second Nineteen seventy eight as you all probably know and his a year earlier June. Second Nineteen seventy seven. Our guest today is my friend and the great actor. Zachary Quinto ZAC or Zak. As many of you know or spock as many many of you may know in the updated star trek movies. He's a great actor. He's done amazing work in theater. I saw him to. Who cares what I saw. You may have seen you may have seen them in heroes yes hit NBC. Show yes which I think is getting remade. And it's called Shiro's Yes heroes and he was in American Horror Story. He was in know it was great. We don't talk about margin call. Who's in the movie was good in that you know? I think it's fair to say he is star of stage and screen. I would say maybe screen and stage because people associated I but that's not a saying but I think he prefers theater. I do too so you know you're right. Agree to agree to disagree star of stage and screen. That'd be funny Brag. Who's like oh I just read? I just read a bio written about me and it said star of stage and screen. Don't they know I've done less stage work than screen work? Yeah that's a little sloppy real good humble brags make it sound like. They're not intending to do it. It's so subtle. It's it's got to feel like they're not trying. That's why the the spray. Yeah Yeah so. It's really clean clean. It's just like Brag. Let me try to defuse it with a so. He's GONNA show now called. He's called for auto but it's spelled differently spelled like a like a dry license plates spelling of Nosrat too and the number four for yet an elephant and the number two. I think so. It's strange to strange choice. Well but I think a vehicle factors in and they didn't want to call it knows fraud because Nosrat who would I betray what the show is really about? Which is not the originals. Maybe they don't have the right student. Oh can you get away with that? Guy? Could I call Something Dracula the K? I don't think so. Maybe maybe maybe there's a way around that I don't know but the original route to you had not did you. Not Aware of. I knew the name knows fraud to. I never knew it meant. Oh yeah okay. Oh Yeah I was because the original vampire movie so Zachary's playing a version. It's not so much a vampire he's but he. He praised on kids souls So it's very dark and he's playing the villain. We'll talk about it in the interview but Zach and I have known each other for a long time and because we share a birthday we always end up. I always get a text from him and vice versa on on our birthdays. It's just I don't know why it is your birthday buddy. You have Few Birthday Buddies I do I wail brady has a birthday body. But I don't know him. I know but he's still birthday by Dana. Carvey is a good birthday but so far. I like all of my birthday. I haven't met Dana Carvey Wayne Brady but I'm a huge fan carbs. Yeah who are your birthday parties. I have no idea why. Yeah I don't really one person that shares the birthday. Oh Hey you got some good ones do. Yeah Idris Elba. Whoa yeah cool macy Gray. That's cool Country Singer David Allan Coe and Suzy Kurtz one one of those fun names to say Swoozie Oh and Lil Zan who you know Little Dannenberg. I'm not familiar with his. I'm not I'm not from so diminutive xanax. Interesting that you you. You weren't aware of that. That's cool you dress Oba and Little Sam Anyway. My birthday buddy and I hadn't seen each other in a while and it was so good to catch up with him. He's such a thoughtful introspective. Why why wouldn't you say he's got like we'll we'll find out okay all right. So let's do it coming up next my chat with my birthday buddy the very talented..

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Boston Man Charged With Killing Mother

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:12 sec | 4 months ago

Boston Man Charged With Killing Mother

"Boston man charged in the killing of his mother was ordered to undergo an evaluation at a state psychiatric facility Zachary grant is being held without bail on a murder charge after a not guilty plea was entered at his court

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9-year-old asks Pete Buttigieg advice for coming out

Mitch Albom

05:16 min | 4 months ago

9-year-old asks Pete Buttigieg advice for coming out

"So I don't know if this ran on television or was first captured on YouTube and then ended up on television but mayor Pete Buttigieg's and I've now mastered yes you have a name you're very the alleged it's a double edged sword I'll try to mmhm he is from the Webster's addition as from him jugs it's alright ma'am everybody has a different little lot of people still mispronounce it well I'm telling you what he said he told me personally through his website how to say it so he was out on the campaign trail and he got a question from a nine and nine year old boy next question comes from Zachary age nine and this is a really touching question he says thank you for being so brave would you help me tell the world I'm gay too I want to be brave like you and part of his answer well I don't think you need a lot of advice for me on bravery you seem pretty strong to see you it took me a long time to figure out how to tell even my best friend that I was gay let alone to go out there and tell the world in this and to see you willing to come to terms with who you are in a room full of a thousand people thousands of people you've never met that's that's really something no my thoughts on this because I'm just oriented towards children his was summed up exactly in that sentence there when he says and to see you willing to come to terms with who you are in a room full of a thousand people thousands of people you've never met that's that's really something that's not really something it's embarrassing that we have become such Shiels for our particular points of view that we take something that is as personal S. coming out assign it to a nine year old during that nine year old in front of a thousand people and millions of people once they see the thing and and and put him on display now what it you know whether you have thoughts about a nine year old can determine a sexuality or not or whether you have thought of this is the right thing great thing bad thing whatever that's not for me to say and and it's not for me to rule any kind of judgment on but I do know that childhood is precious and innocence is precious and that kid will never be the same he and there is no more privacy for him now and somebody thought this was a good idea and that somebody wasn't a nine year old it was an adult it was either his parents or someone on the campaign trail or someone who got away you know one of the managers of people judge you thought he deserved this to play well and play well let's do this and you've now put this kid on stage but the whole I let the whole world come down I mean I'm sure he's get moved did some tweeting or or however you can find this kid and his family they're getting inundated both praise and criticism yeah but he's nine do you really need to use a nine year old to make your point okay well was coming behind this yup as adults should know is going to come back and if that's not your team he knows and I just looked at them at all I saw was a nine year old kid I don't care what it is nine year old kid should not be pawns for people to make points on political clips that can run on TV income but I always this wonderful let's clap for people to judge and how well he handled it or how well any of course you knew what was coming they all do please do not mind if you'd just rather index card with the first name maybe but that first and last name and then showing on camera Hey even if he had a fake name ran a bag over his head they would have found out who he was that's true but is it really is it really five years let's go check on the whole thing would happen a little soul it's also two years when I go back ten years going so right off the vine in adult now and you're not and it was just I just it's so tough that's just broke my heart and again I'm not broke my heart that this nine year old is gay that that's fine if that's what his choices are that's it was parents as they really thinks he can know what that eight that's not my point is that they're all there had to be adult in this process parents had to bring him forward someone had to drive him there he didn't drive himself down someone had to say yes it's okay to put him on campus someone in the campaign had to say yeah that's a good idea somewhere along the way isn't there an adult who just says you know he's not hands on what it says we really appreciate this it's great as well but let's not bring nine year olds into you know touchy areas in difficult areas whatever and political campaigns let's just let the kid be night right now somebody said what opportunity

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Dems go on attack at fiery Nevada debate

Red Eye Radio

08:30 min | 4 months ago

Dems go on attack at fiery Nevada debate

"Man so many things to take from this debate I would say though out of this season I don't know if this is the best debate I forget who it was that you read from the best of a jump yeah ever but but certainly if if it's up there on the books you know it's of of this political season it's the best so far no doubt but it makes you wonder what Bloomberg was thanking you know you look at the delegate count here for the primary they change the way the super delegates vote at the convention after twenty sixteen because you have these pre I'm essentially pre pledges by some of the super delegates going to Hillary and the day date so the Democratic Party changed that to where the super delegates won't vote unless there is a a second round or there's no doubt that what what the first round unless there is no doubt of a winner in other words Bernie would have to get nineteen hundred and ninety one or more of those delegates right now he's in the lead that's what we say burning but you go to Nate silver's forecast and it has him hundreds right now hundreds shy of that nineteen ninety one mark I'm it is a it is a very odd very odd position for the party to be on extremely extremely rare but you look at the idea of a brokered convention anybody believe Bloomberg's going to just drop out before super Tuesday that's not gonna happen we don't know for such an high on my vitamins good gains if if now where do you know he's blown he's got at least see how he does well it or Zachary even though you've done yet whether it was like laying down about walking away from the table you're not gonna do that until you spin the wheel but the the whole thing with with blackness is all right Bloomberg's following it let's say there's a falloff goes where you and I were discussing this during the break some of the go to burning and you made a good point that you know people get on the Bernie bandwagon because they see him as the winner okay I want to be somebody who is with the winner I'm or they go back to fighting do they go to boot a judge I think you'll probably see that support drop but it won't drop is zero four but before Bloomberg it's not gonna drop zero so he's still remains the spoiler going in this super Tuesday I was so I was just reading this was an article yesterday before the debate mauling Mollie Hemingway from the federalist dot com fox news contributor talking about this was not how the twenty twenty race was supposed to be the end talking about Bloomberg even if he can buy the democratic nomination he's not what their base voters want a talks about that you know what the establishment was trying to do and after looking at the options and all that the plan was to give Joe Biden president Obama's vice president the nomination the media did their part suppressing negative messaging about the seventy seven year old who has never won a presidential primary or caucus they pushed an impeachment designed to suppress president trump's numbers heading into the election year and instead it blew back of them gonna help trump and hurt the Democrats and when Bernie Sanders seemed poised to win Iowa they drastically limited news coverage about the caucuses and she actually references to the the actual research that was done leading up to Iowa and how as they got closer thinking burning was gonna win that the news coverage actually on the networks just drop the stories on the actual well I will call causes but Biden underperform their than under performed in New Hampshire coming in an embarrassing fifth place you may do better in Nevada and North Carolina but his path is looking more like a slog when but Biden faltered the media looked at others in the center left field Democrats have two lanes essentially the Bernie Sanders lane and the center left lane sometimes misnomer by liberal journalists as a moderately pain despite none of the candidates in that lane being politically moderate sure the establishment would take Amy Klobuchar or even put people to judge or Elizabeth Warren over Sanders but if they're being honest with themselves they're worried that those candidates don't have what it takes they spent years getting high on their own supply about Biden's strain and trump's weaknesses but now they're coming out of their narco haze and they're panicking they're so desperate that they're willing to sell the party nomination to Mike Bloomberg of all people while his views are at odds with many of the Democratic Party base voters it's hard to get more establishment than Bloomberg who made billions selling his terminals to Wall Street this week the establishment is really amping up its flirtation with the wi New Yorker the billionaire businessman has not won any votes yet and isn't even on the ballot in the next two states holding elections but he has won support of many of the major media figures The New York Times yesterday had eight stories about Bloomberg on the politics page of its website compared to zero nine for the delegate leader and young mayor but a judge that is not an accident last Sunday's political shows featured nonstop questions and commentary about Bloomberg not the current odds on favorite to win the most delegates Sanders up until and unless he crashes in the debate or underperforms on super Tuesday there's an argument to Bloomberg should be presumed to be the front runner because he is the establishment's clear favorite of the remaining contenders and in the Democratic Party the establishment support means a great deal Bloomberg is spending on herds of amounts of money to essentially purchased the nomination he has spent more than four hundred million dollars in advertising get this now compared to eighteen million for the next non billionaire candidate mmhm he's providing ridiculously fancy food spreads as voter events and he's hiring people and good salaries through November regardless of whether he wins the nomination or not it's unclear how many people are simply agreeing to be bought and how many think his wealth is his biggest comparative advantage for defeating trump perhaps it's a combination of both but even if the media and democratic establishment are more than willing to be bought off our Democrat voters that pathetic possibly but there is reason to think the voters won't be as cheap a date as their leaders are proving to be so there you go let's note that some analysts are already comparing him to trump himself apparently on account of them both being brash New York billionaires Bloomberg is to be sure far wealthier than nearly every other human being on the planet but trump has charisma a base of support built around his brand and an actual agenda that is coherent in easy to understand he took on the establishment wing of his own party and legitimately excited a base that was sick of not getting his way on illegal immigration analysts interventional ism and trade agreements they deemed unfair trump hits on issues GOP voters a lot of it he won most of the votes in twenty sixteen most of the delegates and has extremely strong support inside of his party Bloomberg lacks charisma has no base of support and his campaign messages Mike will get it done and our sisters to claim it says nothing of substance in fact it is similar to Hillary Clinton's self focused I'm with her slogan down rather you guys how to read parts of it yes okay she goes on and talks more of you know about it there but I've you know you you think about that today and so you wonder what the response will be from the establishment media today that was putting their hopes in in in Bloomberg it look it was a terrible performance yeah I was horrible by the optics alone I mean he just looked it looked angry he looked fully unprepared because he was fully unprepared he looked you you said earlier deer in the headlights totally on so many things it looks

Border patrol K-9 killed, agent injured after vehicle slides on black ice in Washington, agency says

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Border patrol K-9 killed, agent injured after vehicle slides on black ice in Washington, agency says

"A border patrol canine agent has died and his partner is in the hospital after a collision in eastern Washington couples who were Merrill has the story Zachary crossing with the Colville border patrol station says the canine Jackie and his partner were at the end of their patrol duties for the night heading back on highway three ninety five when they lost control of the vehicle reportedly on black ice and rolled down an embankment ending up some seventy feet below Jackie was the sixth upon our arrival provinces Jackie's partner suffered multiple injuries including broken bones a tough loss that it'll take some time to to get through for sure especially for that age this is the out pouring from the Colville community has been amazing especially from the school district students knew Jackie in his handler from recruitment events an agency demonstrations Jackie had been with border patrol for nearly five years all with the

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Broadcasting legend Don Imus has died

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 6 months ago

Broadcasting legend Don Imus has died

"For decades he was a mainstay in talk radio ward now that I'm a man has died don Imus was a mainstay in conservative shock jock radio a genre he helped pioneer where were new to the spoiled and nor diminished other intellectually morally and ethically crippled losers the likes of a racist bigoted show more write charlatan then secure Andreas shock jock all Howland Imus was hospitalized on Christmas Eve in college station he was seventy nine years old no word yet on the cause of death is final show was last March it announced a few months earlier that he be retiring sid Rosenburg work with Imus Intel's ten ten wins how he wants fans to remember him I'm is that if you want to focus on the way you do what you want for the day and I think for me that's that's what I think about it think of done it was the guy that with all the time change at all because of the controversy all that other stuff users can attain what what that's all just one of a good time minus is survived by his wife of twenty five years do you draw sons wired and lieutenant Zachary don Kates at his daughter's Nadine Ashley Elizabeth and Tony a small service for I miss will be held in the next few

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Winter storms cause US travel chaos

Financial Safari

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Winter storms cause US travel chaos

"Air storms is impacting holiday travel for millions of Americans ABC Zachary keys has more more than a hundred and fifteen million Americans are expected to hit the rails road in sky throughout the holiday travelers have been warned to pack their patients in Sacramento in internet outage at the airport there impacting eleven outbound planes the weather creating travel chaos in several parts of the country in the west the California coast bracing for torrential rain and high winds a system that already brought to Seattle one of the wettest days on record in the southeast drivers will be dealing with treacherous travel as a storm moving in in packing heavy rain will drench several

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4 teens on the run after escaping Nashville jail

Atlanta's Morning News

00:18 sec | 7 months ago

4 teens on the run after escaping Nashville jail

"Police scour the Nashville area after four teenage boys escape juvie Tennessee police calling all of them dangerous the boy is escaping from a juvenile detention center in downtown Nashville ABC Zachary Q. says two of those teams are wanted for murder they made their escape when the supervisor of their work detail was distracted

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"zachary" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:02 min | 8 months ago

"zachary" Discussed on WJR 760

"Brother Zachary Winston which we do want to mention as well Michigan state will be wearing a patch on their chest that says movie tonight on their uniforms smoothie is a name that Cassius Winston brother Zachary went by so to honor the late Zachary wins and they will be wearing that patch want to make sure we threw that out there but none the less it's a lot to go through for everybody involved in that's why Xavier Tillman tells us that he and the team are just exhausted at this point however he says they should not affect the game because there's an adrenaline rush when ever tip off occurs are you deathly said a you can see that I think these last couple days I've been exhausted this physically my body to be exhausted men so you've been trained and mostly been drained so yeah you can definitely fill but as far as being worried about it no because you when you're in the game your journal like usually get like a restart but as soon as you start the game like I don't know what it is but the adrenaline gets you going and you're able to play even if you get Nicks and bruises and stuff like that so that for now worried about it in there should be a boost of energy tonight as the Spartans take place in the Gavin games for the first time in program history and they get to be the headlining act with number twelve Seton hall sophomore Aaron Henry explains the opportunity that tonight presents we also me on our and our second biggest game of the year so far you know the one I want right now is a good so as for us to to be above five hundred you know so there's a great chance to get on the road to get some experience resting tonight's top twenty five showdown will provide a little bit more than just experience however it will provide a real challenge Xavier Tillman understands the talent of this Seton hall opponent tonight and he's also interested in how this image you team does in its first true road game of the season definitely this is a team filled with vets Phil hi Phil with potential player of the year for us is going to be a good test and is going to really see how we came back other than being in the game to see if we can keep the roller and also is gonna so.

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Cassius Winston plays after brother's death, Spartans win easily

Steve Cochran

00:19 sec | 8 months ago

Cassius Winston plays after brother's death, Spartans win easily

"Nine and in east Lansing the reigning big ten player of the year Cassius Winston took the court despite losing his younger brother the night before Zachary Winston died when according to police he intentionally stepped in front of a train in Albion Michigan wilderness silence was held last night before the top rank Spartans hosted and beat

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U.S. CDC reports 'breakthrough' in vaping lung injury probe as cases top 2,000

WBZ Morning News

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

U.S. CDC reports 'breakthrough' in vaping lung injury probe as cases top 2,000

"S. on identifying the possible cause of long illnesses that have been linked to vaping the latest with ABC's Zachary quiche federal officials announcing a possible breakthrough involving this severe long illnesses that have been linked to vaping the CDC is zeroing in on a talks in there now calling a strong cold for it for the first time federal officials have identified vitamin E. acetate as a possible cause of that deadly outbreak that has claimed thirty nine lives across twenty four states and the district of

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Learning Leadership During Combat

The Strategerist

08:14 min | 8 months ago

Learning Leadership During Combat

"Your career general pay started really in the Vietnam War a long time ago what did you lead people into combat in Vietnam long before you're you're a four star general and before you were Joint Chiefs of staff what what did you first learn about yourself when you started leading people I bet I think what I learned and I hope it has stuck with me is that any of us who are privileged to lead where where the incumbent or not not really understand that we're we're we're not worthy of the opportunity and I don't mean that in a overly self effacing way I mean that the young men and women especially in our armed forces in combat who willing to sacrifice themselves for our country deserve to have the best leader in leaders taken possibly have and I think for any of us to have the Hubris to believe that you're actually a good leader is a step too far I would I hope I learned was to have some humility about the opportunities to lead and to understand that the day I think I'm a good leader I'm not in the as you come to work every day believing that I owe more than I can ever be pay and I need to strive to be the best leader I can be that day that's a great point a great lead into to what we want to talk about which is I think the trajectory of leadership where experience uh-huh in combat and in this enterprise that we've chosen to be a part of being the Marine Corps time and time again your face with leadership challenges how much harder was it to be reflective leader of humility as you became became more senior along the way and really an enterprise leader as well all the way to your chairmanship The difficulties in managing now the entire enterprise and all of the minefield you had to maneuver in and amongst DC how did that change over time yeah you know Matt I think that having been in combat as a second lieutenant those are the most difficult decisions I've made those decisions that when you made them you knew that the young man in that case in my case all young men in the young men who were executed my orders was second lieutenant had a high likelihood of being injured or killed the decisions I made ah later on in life the recommendations I made his chairman for example yes they were more more weight he had very direct impact on the troops in the field but they might decisions in DC my recommendation DC did not have the exact same direct impact that might who says as a second lieutenant did so in in one way the decisions as a general were easier to make than decisions as a second lieutenant because of the immediate profound impact of the decision of the moment that makes sense does Sir and I could I wanNA take us back to the beginning and I don't think we've ever chatted about this as Naval Academy Grad what made you choose the Marine Corps in the first place hey listen I would I went to the nuclear submarines you want farm in you wanted to be in submarines so I went to naval academy and took the entire new power engineering program and then Sir dip it Asli Between my seniors or take Kademi he's a new Missile Boat came into the waters near the academy it was a weekend and they said anybody who wants to go out on board was welcome to so I'll say hey this is great again on a launch I go back to get on board the on the sub and you could as long ladder to get down to the the basically the quarter deck on a submarine and what I got down by the time I got down and I stood there I mean the folks can't see This rumor in right now but the truth probably twelve by eighteen this room is bigger than the spot I can't aim to the submarine and I didn't notice the time but I'm I'm a little bit claustrophobic you only get me in an Mr machine to give me some value those are fun now so so I certainly say oh my gosh this is small this is a horrible so I mean God bless guys and gals who who can do summaries I physically couldn't all respect him because you're there a long time months three months six months so I could add that thing as fast she says I couldn't get up to the fresh okay what's Plan B immediately regret this decision but it was perfect because I believe there's a god God lab him out find out that design intervention SORTA looking around Now what and the war was going on in Vietnam and I I really like toward I saw in the marine officers of the academy and I didn't know if I could be marine but I knew I wanted to try so I made a decision a couple months after final year at school began to become a marine we all have those memories of milestone moments are trajectories marines and somewhere you were humbled and inspired along the way and sometimes that's three your first interaction with a very powerful staff NCO do you have any stories or memories of your first interactions with the staff sergeants in Gonese that alongside the NGOs are the backbone of our Marine Corps. Yeah absolutely fact that the most vivid memory my very first was sergeant if I started to his filling the role of my platoon sergeant so I go to the non I join up with tune in in doing the Ted offensive with sixty eight I'd get to my platoon and you know you when your brand new you want that you're not better than anybody else you know that you're not that you're willing to do whatever it is it really is required so I got to my platoon him we were we were joining a railroad bridge over the Perfume River in way city and my platoon I got there was filling sandbags sooner the strengthened position and I figured okay I'll show them on that above doing manual labor so I go out I start filling sandbags and SORTA Zachary who said I started feeling a status orange job says he lieutenant can I talk to you I said sure sure so he pulls his says Sir we don't we don't need you filling sandbags we're going to hit again tonight like we have every night we need you doing what the officer supposed to do we need to flynn how're you undefended he's GonNa get medevacs how you're GonNa get artillery support how you're GONNA get air support we need you to do what you were trained to do we can fill sandbags I thanked him and then I took a private moments with cheese and on the job listening today how screwed everything up but there does come a point in time where I know you recognize his mad whereas an officer you finally are you get the comfort level too to tell staff NCO no to Andrew or even better tighten them up when he needs to tighten up because he stepped on your toes and that comes along the way for you how it happened with our company gunnery sergeant great great cutty while you're in Vietnam but he had he had he was telling my platoon sergeant to do things that were my responsibility to tell them to do so I got Holy Guardian had had a discussion with me when I walked away from that when I walked away in that meeting actually confrontation I I felt like okay I've ever okay I'm an officer yeah the the self confidence to tell a gun you know get outta my way

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Bullpen day: Yanks, Astros to use pens in Game 4

John Jastremski

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Bullpen day: Yanks, Astros to use pens in Game 4

"Houston skipper AJ Hinch planning to piece together a bull pen game for game four on Wednesday and Aaron Boone thinking the same for his yanks for Wednesday will be kind of a bull pen day and and again can obviously depends a lot on what happens tomorrow you know Jay hap could very much be in the mix as well as I pictured our bullpen been been unleashed in that day but mother nature could intervene there's rain in the forecast Wednesday and if the game is postponed it's possible both teams would go back to their game one starters on regular rest Thursday Zachary Kian Masahiro

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Disassociated: Christian Longo

True Crime Brewery

10:54 min | 9 months ago

Disassociated: Christian Longo

"Christian did Michael Longo was married at age nineteen and he was the father of three by the time he was twenty six originally from Michigan and raised as Jehovah's Witness nece Longo did not adapt well to his life as a husband and father his wife Mary Jane Stayed Home with their children while Longo was expected to provide for their family but he quickly turned to a life of crime after getting into trouble for check fraud. Longo took his family on the run in a stolen minivan Dan but after promising to turn over a new leaf he continued to steal and to scam for money the Longo family moved from Michigan to Ohio Ohio to Oregon then their four year old son Zachary and three year old daughter Sadie were found dead in the waters of lint slow the bodies of Mary Jane their infant daughter Madison were recovered. Just days later join us at the quiet end today for the story of a young family destroyed by the evil acts of compulsive liar and manipulator Christian Longo the lives of this young families started out with hopes and aspirations and but ended in tragedy and despair. The only one left to explain what happened was the one who could never be trusted or believed but we can debate causations nations and examined missed opportunities in our efforts to understand these murders of Mary. Jane Zachary Sadie and Madison Long Ago did an Oregon beer for this. I did one of the brewers you really liked. 'cause they make a bunch of wild sales this cascade escape. Bruin and we're going to have some cascade Blueberry Kale. I Spear Deep Reddish Purple Colour Pinkish head. Don't don't see too many for me pink heads now but I'm GonNa have to be honest here and say that I have had this fear and I did enjoy it. I know you have on telling our listeners okay and it's got a nice earthy blueberry aroma a tart. Lou Berry taste a little bit of that earthy funk in there and it's a dry beer with to settle tartness is spear cascade makes it a lot of Nice while Dale's the the problem is rather expensive. They Act Pricey but they're great. Wait for a special occasion for someone you love. That's why we got. It could be more special than have a beer with you. I can't think of anything more special than having. NBA With you here we are see right so we'll open his beers up who had on down to our friends. At the quiet sounds good all right. Follow me down to the quiet end will enjoy the spear and share it of course I we will. We'll share it with ourselves and we'll share with the rest of the folks down here. That's right so on Easter at our story today. I mean I'm going going to say it's a difficult one but there's also a lot to learn from it. It's kind of an amazing remarkable tale through some things to learn very tragic of course firsts so but I think to understand the lives of the family we might need to have some basic background to the beliefs and practices of Jehovah's Witnesses Yeah. I think that helps because that is a the disappointed story. It's a large part so Jehovah's Witnesses was founded in eighteen seventy nine by Pennsylvania businessman named Charles Russell Russell believed the second coming of Christ would occur in nineteen fourteen so Jehovah's Jehovah's Witnesses emphasize the coming into the world they reject blood transfusions because of the New Testament Command to abstain from blood and they don't vote they don't serve in the military they also don't celebrate any traditional Christian holidays and they don't celebrate birthdays. I remember before I started ready learning anything about Jehovah's way back in the beginning of my career. Hilo boy any office and I noticed from his chart that his birthday was the next day so I said to him happy birthday. He looked at me as mothers says we're Jehovah's Witnesses. We don't celebrate birthdays say you can't even say happy birthday. She was research pretty conservative witness. I guess she was very staunch. I don't know it's just hard for kids like that to not be able to celebrate what other kids are celebrating braiding and then they ran into some of those difficulties with interactions with other people and families. That weren't Jehovah's Witnesses. Oh absolutely I mean I think it's difficult perfect for the kids and it was definitely an influence on Christian longos childhood that followed him into adulthood or through so Christian Michael Longo born in nineteen seventy four in Iowa he was adopted as a child by Joseph Longo who married Chris's mother mother joy in the late Seventies. The biologic father divorced his wife Right. They didn't stay together so this year nineteen seventy four was an important one for for Jehovah's Witnesses because many of them expected Armageddon to happen in nineteen seventy five right so nineteen fourteen didn't happen obviously and and they came up with a reason for that not sure what the reason was then when the world didn't end in nineteen seventy five they also said well. We can't predict it exactly okay but the world is going to end so it's hard when you're calling for the end of the world and then that time passes you better come up with some reason right so I think it makes the people very skeptical and rightly so so in the nineteen seventy five terminus which is what some witnesses called the potential event was based on the analysis of Watch Tower Society Biblical experts who said that the year nineteen seventy five would mark the end of guides day of rest so they reason because God could be expected to go back to work once a day of rest was over what was going to happen to end the world could be expected to happen before the end of nineteen seventy five yes. It's a very complicated way that they were figuring that out which I don't think is that relevant to go into just as long as you know that I think you're on board with what would have been going on in the minds of people who were Jehovah's at this time to an extent so Chris was Joyce first trial and joy was a teenager. She was actually a teenage and h bride of an abusive husband according to joy when she was pregnant with her second child Chris's younger brother Justin. Her husband beat her in her abdomen with a chain gene trying to induce an abortion according to a psychologist Dr Steven share who would later evaluate Chris. The violence in his childhood destroyed enjoyed his sense of self worth this meant that after he became an adult Chris sought out the approval of other people in order to maintain his self esteem so Chris lied a and he stole in order to get approval yeah. It just seems like a simplistic explanation for how this guy acted behaved well. I certainly don't think that's the whole story but it's something can't be the whole story now of course not it's never one thing that affects the person or make someone who they are were. Berkshire fingered as well. I don't know if it was that simplistic but that was one of his things that he brought up so join divorced Chris's father when priests was just about four years old then she met Joe Longo in a store where she was working. Joe Was Athletic. He'd been a star wide receiver on the Morningside College football team in Sioux City until he was about ten years old. Chris's family was Roman Catholic in the nineteen eighties. Joe Longo became a district manager for a chain of retail detail stores and then he began to earn a good middle class salary. The family was financially comfortable and Chris got what he needed from his parents and seemed seem to be having a happy childhood at that point yet but then one day some Jehovah's Witnesses knocked on the rondos door joy let them in and she became quickly the interested in the faith so she began attending meetings and one when she went to the meeting she would take Chris in his younger brother along with her so so Chris and his brother became involved field service activity with joy by this I mean that they would spend hours going door to door to try to convert people into to Jehovah's witness religion now. I don't know how big of a thing that is now but it was certainly a big thing where and when I grew up we had Jehovah's Witnesses coming coming to our door at least a couple times a week where you're in a hot spot I we we had them at times but it it wasn't that frequent I did grow up in Michigan not that far actually from where the longos lived that might be it might have been hotspot yeah but you know it was funny is that when my older sister became a teenager she would purposely let the Jehovah's in and give them T- and talk to them just to irritate my mother because when they came by and it was my mother home she would have US hide and draw the curtains because she didn't want to have to talk to them so just kind of become a game when I come home homeschool. If these people were there my sister would be entertaining them until my mom came home from work and then after they finally went home because everyone was polite in front of them. My sister and my mother would have it out. Our would love to hear that discussion. It was kind of fun yeah so Chris it. His brother became involved in this activity and this meant that they would spend hours going door to door Christmas smart and really socially comfortable so it didn't take long before he was a speaker at the meetings and he began talking to people about his faith he really became something of a religious prodigy with his excellent public speaking ability and from the young age of eleven he'd be called up to do a Bible reading into explain Bible verses at their Kingdom Hall which is their Church Right now so Chris had definitely really the gift of Gab yes he could really charm people and convince people of almost anything you could and we'll we'll see as we talk later about uh-huh his crimes how facile he was with his language in how he could talk people out of things into thanks really quite remarkable. Yes yes yes for someone who really didn't even have a high school education right. He did have a gift so eventually stepfather. Joe Longo also joined the witnesses assists and as the Manga family became more involved with the witnesses. Christmas brother began to have very limited contact with children who were not witnesses so that's the problem. It can become very isolating ensure. Can

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Eddie Money, 'Two Tickets to Paradise' singer, dies at 70

Leland Conway

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Eddie Money, 'Two Tickets to Paradise' singer, dies at 70

"Nineteen seventies and eighties rocker Eddie money has died Phil Hewlett reports. the singer died Friday following complications from states for esophageal cancer he announced his diagnosis on his reality show real money his big radio hits include take me home tonight baby hold on and two tickets to paradise he is survived by his wife of more than thirty years Lori and five children Zachary Jessica Joseph Julian and does with any money dead at the age of

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"zachary" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"zachary" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"And then when he gets to literally be somebody else with superpowers, it brings joy to his life. Yeah. There is an element of carrots to that show. Zachary Levi, the central section of the film is Levi playing off against Jack Dillon Grazer who was also in the most recent film. He was the kid with the with the inhaler with this of neurotic mom, and it's I Carman the namely Ariza, remember. When those two playing off each other. They are so much fun. And it really pokes fun at the tropes has lots of bits of fun improvise Asian it does a lot with that setup of what if you're a teenager inside Nadal's buddy, and the ad was a superhero and of testing the powers Oliseh fee seeing the trailer basically Middlesex on so it's funny because this is a film that felt to me when quite risky because it's coaches, I'm he's got a great big gleaming lightning bolt on his chest. You know, it's not it doesn't fit in in any way with the Y that kind of survive the DC, and that's fine. And that's any decent. And it's a time thing. And I think this for me feels like an achromatic who study actually feel like this the cutting point where I've said like we are rejecting this Welby tried to create with creating now standalone independent things with their own five mythology and all the better for it. Because they don't have the baggage to be kind of already started out with wonder woman, which already moved away from. They stopped wished in Batman v superman, but I agree completely they've stopped worrying about how do we make this quite of dark university rural and how to make each film work on its own merits. Yeah. Into the characters and the tone of each character individually because that's what made the mobile films..

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"zachary" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"zachary" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"Yeah. Hi, everybody. I'm Peter Travers this popcorn look we've established that. And we're here to tell you what's happening at the movies. And I'm telling you that should Zam is out now, and that you've got to see it. And one of the reasons you have to see it is my guest Zachary Levi, who, you know, it's it's difficult when you describe an actor in a row matching up, but in this case it matches up. So well that you sit there and say this guy's got it. I can relax and just enjoy this movie. So actually, thank you got you. Thank you. You continue to say things about me even to me. Now that are I I don't I the words. I don't I don't have the words that Yousef Teves. No, no, no. But I mean, look actually, no to quite honestly the opposite. I mean, you know, the reviews for the most part ninety three percent of them. Anyway, have been very to me. You get not being asked to post about it on your social media. But no, it's just. That's very kind. Thank you. I really appreciate that. I just I have so much respect for you, sir. So the fact that you are saying such nice things about me making me blush. Filling. We did it do it. What would you do though of the great things about them is saying? Yeah. And just going. Yeah. If you could say it who would you be? I mean to be perfectly honest. Okay. I mean, you know. Yeah. Somebody asked me the other day, you know, what do you want? What do you want to do when you grow up? And and I said, I'm doing it. I mean, honestly, I I've been kicking around sound business for twenty ish years, and I've been really blessed to have done a lot of great shows and cluding Broadway and all that. But. To now be at this point in my career, and to just feel very healthy and strong, mentally emotionally physically. And that I get to now enjoy this journey wherever this rocket ships going to go like this is what I would going to be impossible. You were seemed very nice today. You know? This just now. Able to go on the they want me to do what? Sorry. I do have to protect yourself on some level. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But no, I mean, I just this is all gravy, man. It's a super what's so great about the actor to is that fourteen year old boy. Yeah, they you seem to have, you know, somebody once told me once we all have to get older, but we can stay mature forever. Yeah. It's kinda great. But you get that. You know, when we're watching you do the it looked really natural. So what I'm saying is are just the. Really the people basically give you a schedule and make. Time like snacktime. Yeah. Okay. We're going to read a story. Well, I mean in some ways, I jokingly say that I've resisted growing up in in some areas of my life my entire life, and that's not entirely untrue. I, but I think that that's not I think most of that is that I've just always been a kid who really enjoyed life. I enjoy joy. I enjoy feeling joy in bringing joy. That's probably why one of the biggest reasons I became an entertainer to begin with. I had a very young age that I consciously figured out around four or so. Outlet at around four. I think it was the first time I was cognizant enough to realize that I intentionally make somebody laugh and that made them feel good. And that made me feel good. And I didn't ever wanna stop doing that. I was addicted to that drug and I loved the idea of being able to entertain and make laugh because I could feel the joy and people, and so I've always held onto things in my life. That have brought me joy that bring other people joy. And I think all of that stuff has kept me young enough at hearts to hopefully, bring Billy Batson a way that makes sense. Well, he is brought to life. So I'm hearing things about you being somebody who is not a stranger to the book. Yeah. No. No, no. So we're wishes them in your pantheon of comics when you were growing up. I wish I could say that my favorite. She exact. I wish I could say that I he was my favorite, and I knew all about them and everything. Now, you know, I didn't I knew what I think a lot of people knew which was not a lot of people. But it certainly within the comic world that there was this character that was a kid who had a magic word to them become

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"zachary" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"zachary" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"I know I know girl crush beyond like, what do even follow an instrument make sure polar and if I don't like I don't know where to go from there. We do have some emails. I had a game. We were gonna play. No. I mean, maybe, but I don't wanna waste time with the game with her. We had so much to talk about I'll let you actually we should do. We should do the mash game you I don't even follow her. That's embarrassed. You just border. Do you know what I'm talking about mass game? Yes. Is that fun for people that are listening thinks explain it? But I think so okay before we do the mash game any other housekeeping that we tend to care of that. But no, we're good on that now spots and stuff done with those. No, I mean, just like life stuff. Okay. Talked about Zachary Levi mom with you all week, which was. I have never felt so. Like, I can't even explain it having your because every time with my parents, I go home to my childhood home. I've never had a home where I can have people. Stay. It's so nice to come home from work, and the have my mom, and she's like cooking chicken, like healthy chicken. And I've just felt very it's been very very nice. I'm so sad. And she beautiful that you have their relationship with your mother because I think most people would be over it after a few days. She was only here for like, the not even like the week a week is a long time you and your mom in an apartment for another week from fast. Yeah, she doesn't. She's not nosy should not getting into your business, not constantly telling you how to live or how to eat or how to sleep or any of that stuff..

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"zachary" Discussed on WWL

WWL

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"zachary" Discussed on WWL

"Brad luminary in studio. Tim Zimmer behind the glasses. We watch the ten semifinals in the non selective public school side here of the high school playoffs. Allen Awadallah what's going on out there? What scores Kenya? Pass along to Faraday. Just got on the board. That's twenty four to six. They trail a meet and also a wild one at de Strahan tonight. So far de and leads it thirty to twenty six take the over in that game. I didn't I didn't think that would be that high scoring. I thought what the weather being the way it was I know that both teams have incredible offensive firepower with keenum Brown, and John Imran JR blood and all those great players on the field. But I really thought that would be a game played in the twenty s I'm surprised it looks like this point. Now, we're probably going to be up in the forties because it's too early in the third quarter. Speaking of industrial hand game. We mentioned it last last hour. I think that Zachary against these river parishes. The last couple of years that we've seen it. I love this Baton Rouge New Orleans general metro area rivalry that's emerging here. And by the way, it's not just in that classification. We see this in some of the select school side. So we're gonna talk about here. I love it. I've been waiting for this for the last few years to have that just really premier Baton Rouge New Orleans area rival, and I think we're finally getting it here with Zachary Kaz, okay? We've been talking about all year Long Island. They're turned into one of the premier programs in the state say Zachary has lofty goals. I mean, not only they want to be a powerhouse in our state. They want to be a national power. I mean, and if you've been there coaching I had a chance to go out there this year when when they played university high the Zachary community has made an unbelievable commitment to not only their school and athletics, but to football specifically, I mean, their facilities top notch their uniforms and everything is like. It's like a college. I mean, everything they do is like a collegiate program. Coach brewer ten is doing a tremendous tremendous job out there. They're getting great players and their facilities are outstanding. And they've won two out of the last three. And I don't see this going away anytime soon Zachary's here to stay and they could go on one of those western row. Type bronze and dominate for the next ten or twelve years. I really believe that. Yeah. They were kind of power Johnson about the stadium saying that their stadium was small early saying that they're going to renovate. Yeah. They're gonna redo the whole stadium and make it double the size, and that sort of thing. So. Yeah. Commitments there for the community. And what can you say about the job Bruins done Zachary? Just unbelievable job. Did a great job at lavonia. He just went over there to Zachary, and it's just kind of picked up the baton because they were already a good program. But he took the baton up to the next level. They were always like play on thanksgiving tight team every now and then make it to the semis. And they would get bumped off by one of the big boys when they the big boys. Yeah, they are. And Brad, you have an interesting perspective on this kinda like Lulu coaching the river parishes. You went to school out there. So do you think it's pretty cool that it's Han Ville all those teams? Now, you get Zachary and those schools over in Baton Rouge. I think it is. And look the river parishes. Yeah. I'll play Homer on this one. It's a hotbed. I mean, there is a hotbed of recruiting talent. And you got you got depth Strahan. You got Saint Charles kofsky riverside account. All these teams in there. They just produce athletes. They have great football. It's like like Allan said, you know, Zachary, right? This is a great football programs, and and people just come out the alumni come out to support the parents the ANSI uncles. Everybody comes out to support in a river parishes their their particular team. And it's city. It's it's haunt Ville the city against desperately in the city, and you work in one and you live in the other. I mean, it's just a great sense of community. And that that's a hotbed of athletes is a hotbed of recruiting. And and that's one area of the state that is just well recognized and look and the way those guys they don't care who you are. They don't give you an eighteen championships. We'll go play. Yeah. That's how they are west Saint John Lewis. They're going up there tonight. Hey, we'll go play. There you go. Good points. We'll get an update on that Zachary de Strahan game and four others here. As we go to our reporters, it's time to check in with our reporters at the biggest games from across the state. These reports are brought to you by the allstatesugarbowl.

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"zachary" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"zachary" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

"Are you calling these Zachary? Zachary? Is it? Ready came up that way. That's what happens. All right. Well, magicians in Santa Monica. How are you my area? Okay. How about you? Wallman phenomena material this motherfucker. I love that. So I did a show last night private party at a p one was there introduced themselves you, hey, man. I'm a p one I've heard you on the show is pretty cool. Love that. How great. It was cool. So what listen, Tom? I'm a slow learner. Okay. That's that's obvious. Because. You know for years, I would just keep making the same fucking mistakes over and over again. I would learn things, but I was talking to a buddy of mine. He's also a magician. We talked business all the time talk about all of the sales and marketing things we've learned you know, these things sometimes you have to be reminded of what you already know. I guess that's what I'm really trying to say by slow learner. So you're you've talked about focus forever. And then that is the one saying, yeah, I have sucked up forever. And I think like I thought. Navy didn't apply to me or maybe I was focused. I don't know. But I can tell you that the message finally sunk in and I made some drastic changes. And the is had on me is so profound one of the things I learned from it. Was that all of these other things I was doing that were taking away from what I should be doing was actually the Tiffany. I had is there was actually a form of like very elaborate form of procrastination. It was like instead of just doing what you have to do and getting the job done. You still there? This thing. So anyway, instead of getting the job done you go. Well, you know, I'll do this other thing and you make some excuses to why it's beneficial. I'll give you I mean, making a little bit more concrete instead of just kind of talking in generalities in my line of work. One of the reasons I'm able to make a.

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"zachary" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"zachary" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

"Filet Mignon and when I can find it a good. Do you cook. My goes. I got to work on those actually got too much film television. Oh man. So three movies almost tied for first. Okay. The godfather, of course, one into good will hunting and A Beautiful Mind. And then finally, and now we've ruled out poly phase exclusive miscellaneous anything from your life that you would recommend authors any kind of anything that could brings you joy? I would say writing, even if you don't see yourself as a writer, whether it's a stream of conscious, whether it's something a little more or less poetic more prosaic it, whatever you feel. I think writing it puts you in touch with your own thinking and can provide you with a greater sense of clarity and comfort, and it has done that for me at very difficult times. I would encourage people to just right even if it's just journaling, let me let me add. We just finish up. One more thing and be you've talked about the need for kind of self control your mother and still this with you and how you you mentioned specifically rage and how you channelled that now that you are on your own, you're an adult you're working, you're gauging with people. Do you feel like you have given yourself permission to have a broader emotional life. Privately or publicly privately. It's always there right privately. We are all human beings. We all feel this range of emotions to pending upon what we're engaged with on a day-to-day basis, a publicly. I'm interested in people like to bring people to the table and maintain relationships and to gain what I can from what others have to offer. So for me, it's there's understanding that I gained in part from my mother and my grandfather that anger. While it can motivate you if you know how to channel it, expressing anger in ways that are ineffective or overbearing, never lead anywhere. Good. So if I am really angry about something, I don't even mean just anger though. Just mean, are you able to, I mean, are you able to express the kind of range of and sadness, Wilner ability love. I mean, I'm going be out to that struggle with it still publicly. I try to keep it together. I try to stay was trailed and stay composed, stay calm, difficult things happen. You get a question that you don't like well, respond with the clarity and detail, and what about privately privately? You know, there are things I talk in the book about the fact that there are moments where I really wanted to talk to my dad about things and wasn't able to that's one challenge of our relationship. So one thing is, you know, having someone to talk about things has always been. Somewhat of a missing or really unstable piece in my life. So oftentimes it's me thinking to myself or writing something down. There are people who I can talk to. I do have some very close mentors who have great relationships with who've been there for me, especially over the last few years, but that's certainly something I'm still working. I would say I'm very. In touch with my own feelings about things whether or not I'm expressing them to another person is it really depends. Well, the both Zachary would is called uncensored my life in uncomfortable conversations at the intersection of black and white America. I wanna thank you really thoughtful conversation. Thank you for your your reflections on your own life and shining a light. One on one is suspect is are probably somewhat foreign circumstances for a lot of my listeners to thank you for your thoughtfulness in your candour, and thank you for all that you continue doing. Thank you for being amazing. Thank you so much for having me, it's, but. How to be amazing is brought to you by PR x.

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"zachary" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"zachary" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

"Life and uncomfortable conversations at the intersection of black and white America, and it is my pleasure to welcome. Zachary would to be mazing. Hi, thanks for having me. I'm glad to hear you right. Really, frankly, in your memoir uncensored about the challenges of growing up split between two households, your moms and your dad's into different geographic locations. Can you briefly talk about both of your parents and I I'm encouraging you to read the book because it's a lot in particular your mom. Can you describe your mom and your relationship with her? Yes. So my mother was extremely brilliant. She understood people. Very well. She lost her father when she was twelve years old, and that ended up being the precipitating event for the onset of her schizophrenia. I did not find out that she had a mental illness until I was ten years old when I was around eight, eight and a half, she'd been misdiagnosed with bipolar, but I had no real concept of what that meant then, no. Why would you all I knew was that her personality at home was characterized by mood swings and delusions, and she would wake up one day and she would be furious and I'd have no no idea what she was angry about. And then the next day she'd wake up and she'd be very excited about something happy thrilled ready to just go and have a lot of fun in when you say angry. And you describe the the fury that your mom displayed. It manifested itself in a lot of really difficult ways that you talk about in the book de abuse was both verbal, Br, physical, and, and really psychological, really profound way that was the most significant aspect. It was, you know how she said what she said she under because she understood people very well. She knew what to say to make people feel diminished to break people down to kind of weaken you and we can you resolve such that she had more control more power over you. And so I can remember growing up and you just, you would know what was coming and when she would get upset over something, there was only one thing that you could do or else you'd be in more trouble and that was to stand there. To take it to look her in the eye. You couldn't flinch. He could bad ni- you couldn't shake your head. All you could do stand there and take it..

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"zachary" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"zachary" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

"Terms and conditions apply because if someone like that can become president of the United States, if. Someone like that can say things that. Appeal to millions of Americans, then someone with those views or who are tickets, those kinds of things. I don't think it's something we can shy away from. Tattoo be amazing on Michael, Ian black, and I think it is fair to say that I make my living taking advantage of free speech that is gonna comedian, does it certainly what I'd caster does. And so I am always attuned to issues of free speech, political correctness, censorship discourse, civility and the limits of all of these. And so I'm anxious to speak to my guest today. He established himself on the national stage with exactly these questions while a student at Williams College Zachary would sparked a national conversation when he invited among other people. John Derbyshire, in opinion, writer for the national review who wrote a blatantly racist column, advising, white people to among other things, essentially stay away from black neighborhoods and stay away from black people generally to any invited him to speak at his school. As part of a group you belong to entitled uncomfortable learning. Other speakers, Zach invited Charles Murray who famously believes that some races are genetically more intelligent than others. Christine Hoff Sommers. The author of who stole feminism how women have betrayed women and the war on boys ANZAC describes himself as I've, I've heard you describe yourself as both liberal Andy, moderate democrat, which would you say. More. I'm a liberal Democrat liberal Democrat, and now having given Ted talk and having left not left graduated Williams College. He is now in assistant editor at the Atlantic and he's written a new memoir entitled, uncensored my.

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"zachary" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"zachary" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Today on happy second fused zachary quinto returns the broadway in the boys in the band hey guys i'm josh horowitz welcome to the show welcome to my podcast welcome back sammy shush darren show thank you for welcomes for having me on my show thank you for being here it's an honor that's really weird anyway zachary quinto is on the show zac comes back yeah buds yes zachary quinto first time guest on the podcast longtime coming he said chris great what a career what an amazing run broadway he's experiencing right now he's in boys in the band is he was all right show my favorite he's so good in this show she's not lying i do remember now when i asked sammy saw the head of me and asked her what she thought the one thing she but she but you said zachary steals the show this second he steps on sage the the whole show you can't take your eyes off them he's just i love i think he's because he's so quiet in it too he's over the moon gray one liners oh yes he's and just like the way he holds himself he's so everyone goes the minute he's great he makes a big entrance so you little context about the show boys in the band is a fifty year old show fifty years ago it was on broadway it was a real important play for its time in that it's a story of nine characters celebrating a characters birthday it's a birthday party kind of goes off the rails and it's nine gay men the current cast is all ow right that's true would yeah okay well close enough one real to boilers benders fans is at the end of the fingers but notable about this cast they haven't changed much of the show apparently they've they've cut a little bit it's a one act now it's like a like a tight like hundred hundred five minutes so good night no intermission dream and it's the current a cast is nine out men like most many them quite famous men and it's kind of like it's produced by ryan murphy jomon telo it's got this great pedigree behind it and it's zach and it's jim parsons and it's matt bomer from the show matt bomer a great feels everything's amazing ain't gonna tell everyone.

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"zachary" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"zachary" Discussed on Bookworm

"She has become would it be safe to say in some sense post human i think that's a while she's human adjacent had said she's been in an accident a part of her brain has been replaced by an implant the implant allows her to understand and communicate to artificial intelligence whose so she's hired by corporations who are paying very high fees because and this is very important in this future the computers are making the generation that follows the computer you're working on but in other words the artificial intelligence of the computer is no longer track a bowl by the owner of the computer yes there is a point when they ask us so complex that not even the best mathematicians could understand them anymore and survey try to find ways of approaching them and approximations and a visual as asians they can't get access to what's going on but it never really works are at least not promised everybody i ask my guest zachary mason to read a section of void store and i suggested to him that he choose either for clarity or for beauty and he said i could do one or the other i'm facilating what did you choose i chose great dark forward hex's is actually one of the first chapters i wrote it's a one of currents stories and would you say who curnis uh kern as one of the protagonists hughes this a kid who grew up in the fellas around san francisco.

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"zachary" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"zachary" Discussed on Bookworm

"And most some more specific a semantic things like a i want to to write a is that were intelligent but the but at didn't have a humanshaped their minds uh i feel like fiction almost always gets it wrong uh the usual narratives rounda i are i'm a frankenstein that's gone rogue will destroy its creator or pinocchio of lieutenant commander data wants to be a real boy and uh there's a booth sort of easy narrative hooks but i suspect that if there were a is they'd be more concerned with powder and and mathematics and that have only the dimissed awareness uh of and very little concern with the physical and human worlds i'm michael silverblue new listening to bookworm from the studios of case yard w i'm talking with zachary mason about his book void store will continue after the short break every morning qaiseer w an npr spend hours to find the stories that you need to hear that you want to hear distort your day breaking news features and analysis that cuts through the noise helps support the service donate a case yarn w dot org slash join and thanks i'm michael silver blood this was bookworm and i'm talking with zachary mason about his latest book ford store the story of three different people navigating survival in a world in which artificial intelligence has rendered people nearly useless now the thing to know about zachary mason when he says that he feels that fiction usually gets it wrong is that you work in the field.

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