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Denim and Jeans
"What are we talking about today? Deborah we are lying about jeans a type of pants or trousers made from denim fabric. These do you know much about jeans. I love jeans because they're durable enough to keep up with my active lifestyle here. What yes I need a trouser. That can keep up with all the up in downloading of my day. Okay sure I can see that. Can you download some information about today's contestant I did it? Our human child contestant is a ten year old who's favorite subject is math and who wants to be a teacher when she grows up. Olivia McQueen you walk into pants on fire. Tell us about being a teacher. Is there a certain teacher who inspired you to become a teacher? Well my aunt gets her so much off. So that's one of the things. Oh it's about the good hours and you get a lot of money and you get a lot of money for being the teacher. Oh Yeh we gotta talk about. Maybe they could make even more. That's what I think don't you think? Yeah Yeah is there a certain age of kid? You would wanNA teach maybe first grade so I don't have to a lot about award English right so you should teach and then all you don't have to know a lot about anything but I have to deal with that kids. Oh and they they. Stopping bad after preschool. Right a liberal. So I WANNA learn some more things about you. I think Lisa wants to learn more thing all my gosh I was just saying. Is there anything else about her? Lots of things so many things in fact we're going to play to truth and a lie. Olivia's GonNa tell us three facts about herself. Two of those facts will be true. One will be ally. We will figure out which one is the lie A- Libya. What are your three facts? I've been a competitive dancer for four years now. My grandfather is a famous Irish folks here in Ireland and I love marshmallows. Feels LIKE SETTING US? Up for trick. Doesn't like marshmallows. Exposes excuse trying to play Games with those? She thinks she can come in here and just pull. The wool over is our sensors. That's it. Marshmallows is ally Nice. Try Okay okay. You're trying to outsmart her gameplay Libya. Which one of those facts is ally? I Love Mushrooms Campbell today. Show you do not like marshmallows. I've a story though the story so I strap and I had a loud marshmallows to soothe my throat. And I had so much that I didn't like the money more. Oh so you overdid it on the marshmallow once upon a time you like them. Yes so not even in hot chocolate now. Would you like them on a train? I would like them nowhere. Our first expert is Lara. Night please introduce to Libya. Let me out my name is Lauren. White. And I'm actually in jeans designer. Which means I work on developing and designing sheets. Thank you very much Laura. Let's meet our second expert. Simon fastener Simon. Please introduce yourself to Libya Libya. I'm Simon Baz ner and I'm a denim influencers. We'll have to learn more about that. I'm not sure what that is or how you can influence your denim. But we're going to find out. Hey Lisa is that a bootleg copy of those sounds sounds originally sourced by me. It's actually time right. That's when we put our experts on the hot seat while they enter Olivia's questions Lisa. Who should we put on the hot seat? I Simon because I want to be an influence there and maybe if I picked him he'll tell me how to be an influence. Okay that's fair all right. Well I are you influenced. I'm an insulin. So you're influenced. Let's see how that works? Okay Olivia what question do you have for Simon to start? Simon? What's a gene influencer? Gene or Denim influence is an expert in all things denim or genes so When people are interested in What type of accessories would go with a certain type of Denham or a certain type of gene? That's where I come in and I let them know a what would go with that and be where they can get the best and most fashion forward version of that. I run a blog entitled GET THEM DENIM DOT Com. That's why keep everyone up to date with the latest denim fashion designer. So if the denim you want exists. I'll show you where to get them. Okay Laura. What is your favorite style of jeans? My favorite style of jeans is a High Rise Jack Gang. They're super soft and they're super stretchy and they're my favorite. I wear them every day. They're called high-rise. Because they go the way from your feet over your head and then the Zipper is where it opens for your face. You might be onto something. I think you're influencing LISA. I've questions for Simon. Where were the first pair of jeans? Made by WHO in the first pair of jeans were made in Italy in the town of Genoa and by and by WHO will they're made for genetic for for Genoese sailors so They were made by emend named named Lawrence Influenza. Okay Laura what made you want to become an expert on jeans while I got my first job in jeans in Los Angeles about twenty years ago and my favorite part about getting into the denim business is denim is a very specific fabric. If you don't wash it and you wear over and over and over for many years it starts taking on the characteristics of the person that's wearing that garment which is really really cool so my job is actually to recreate some of these really awesome old vintage garments. Make it new make it really modern out of new fabrics. It's so much fun in really creative sue. You're saying it's best not to wash your jeans and you are correct. Actually have a well. That depends so if you're if you're buying a really stretchy gene that means it's going to have some spandex something in it to make it really stretchy. That goes with cotton. You're going to want to be careful not to wash those james but every two or three times you wear it because that heat and a lot of water will actually give a little wear and tear on that gene so you can do some spot cleaning. Sometimes if you have a really rare pair of jeans you might want to do a couple of fun. Things like put them in the freezer. Put them on the snow hanging out to dry. You just want to be careful not to hit them with too much hot water into wash them too. Often were other than giving them a fun trip while them in the freezer well some people think it might be a wise tell but I have personally found that sometimes bacteria can grow on anything actually so when you WanNa wash something most of the time. You're not only just getting out the hot chocolate that spilled on your garment but you're actually just washing something to be cleaner when you put that in a really cold environment just like putting a rug outside in the snow in the wintertime it can actually kill bacteria that might be on that garment cool. Denver's that y your backyard is covered in rugs. I think you're at the wrong house. Lisa Oh wait Do you live in a rug store. I do not oh I was at the wrong. Okay go ahead okay. This is for both of you. What are most teams made of? Who wants to take? That sure. I'll take its motions are all denim is really is a is mostly made from cotton So I'd say cotton and then for the for the more stretchy jeans lasting or you know Three percents SPANDEX so most of the older jeans before we would say probably about Nineteen ninety-five nineteen ninety. Eight were one hundred percent cotton. Since then we've added more and more stretchy stuff that goes with the cotton which we call spandex or like war lasting that being said some jeans actually like the ones that way right now go up two hundred percent stretch so those numbers of the new fibres that you have to add to get the genes. Really Stretchy has gone up and stretch. Jeans are actually the most popular jeans right now in the market cool. Hey stretch jeans. If you're listening good for YOU CONGRATS. You did it. Or she may be stretching the Truth Laura. What are the most current trends and jeans so one of the number one trends in jeans right now? It's actually two polar opposite idea so one is getting back to a no stretch jeans or what. We call a rigid gene for women. In addition to that really stretchy high wasted jeans is also a big trend on the women's sign on the men's side. We have a couple of things coming back so we have a skinny slouch gene. Plus a little bit of puddle at the bottom. That's a cool word for a really long gene. That shows off your sneakers. In addition to that we also have the Dad Jean coming back which President Obama rocked all the
"denham" Discussed on Citizen Reformers
"Is right now and it by any chance you are are a group that's doing this kind of anti corruption work and you're not connected into Virginia swamp busters. Please let us now because we all need to be certainly in this together. David I guess our audience would probably be curious to know about your email monikers. It's red baseball. So we talked about you know you're being an ordained clergyman with the United Church of Christ. So I think that's maybe Part about it is but help us understand your interest in baseball. Well the REV and the baseball are deeply connected issue mentioned I am minister of the United Church of Christ, which is a partner denomination with the denomination of River Barber, the Cycle SA- crisis, and we can eat sir churches and each denomination, and I had long held from is Baltimore routes this love of baseball, and of course, my orioles even though they're going through a new incarnation are still my baseball love of life that said, my Baseba- social justice piece took off in the nineteen nineties when I was serving as the United Church of Christ disabilities point person and I was going back and forth or a national office in Cleveland and I learned. That Jackie Robinson was a member of the United Church of Christ when he went into the hall of fame now you can imagine what that meant to me. So I have personally assigned myself. The be the advocate within the United Church of Christ Aram bring raising the name of Jackie Robinson as social justice pioneer and that he was a part of us. So the baseball piece, I mean so so many memories of being World Series Games, at ild Stadium Memorial Stadium and Baltimore Bang. At the game, the CAL ripken broke of Lou gehrig record being there that night's show remembering that fifth inning when it became an official game and all that happened at that point in time. So Red Baseball just makes a great sense of identity for me. David. What keeps you going I think we'd like to hear more about how you got started initially in what's the driver that keeps you going. I grew in a very healthy environment in Baltimore. I was with a member of a church growing up. That was in heart of downtown Baltimore which men it was in the heart of the poorer section of Baltimore and the name of the Church Has Utah. Place. And he follow Utah Place Sal take you into Utah Street, which goes directly into candidate yard stay orioles plays. So I was a part of a heart of Baltimore growing up so you can see again spirituality based. He studied together there. And then I went to a high school. I went to an all male high-school that up until Brown versus board of education was all white. But a time I ride in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, three, it was eighty percent black and Jewish? I was the minority and you talk about shaping for years of my life that was it although I didn't know Elijah Cummings is there I did know Kirch who became the first? African. American mayor in Baltimore we were in homeroom together or or years and other individuals who have gone on and made a major contribution in Baltimore and the wider she mutate nationally for all of us. So that was shaping for me then I went to a basically white college which abs near and dear to at many levels and an attack on their who had marched with Martin Luther King? and. That connection that may spiritually and then in nineteen sixty eight when Martin Luther King was killed and then Robert Kennedy was killed that shaped may want to find a path in life and it wouldn't take off until nine, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, seven and February nights and several seventy seven when I joined a United Church of Christ church Anna's at the F. Coin I learned its history and I learn how involved they had been in civil rights and it's multi ways in the sixties and that they were basically as I finally talk about now a troublemaking denomination and so i. was drawn to ministry than to go through seminary because I wanted to be a trouble might be minister, and so I had a number of opportunities along the way. In fact, the one of the small church communities is stirred. Burma Maryland, which is to Camp David. Community had unfortunate story of Crew Klux Klan being active but we were able to make a stand make it public and obvious that it did need to be anymore what we did know was that there was another young man befriending we're going Richard A clan from Silver Spring Maryland and that jazz singer has a closet. Build of memorabilia that Ram Wizards of the clan had given him clothing and other memorabilia, and that Graham wizard in Thermo Maryland was one of them who gave up that post and gay his to the jazz singer. So all these things have just said, may I mean I've served on the national staff, the United Church of Christ and burst hand things that they were involved in. They were involved in leadership of the marches that were in. Though this little back two and a half years ago. So all that the. Keeps me going. David, that's fascinating story. Thanks so much for sharing that background with us. Thank you for being troublemaking minister. You're making a difference. You're bringing other groups along with you and I think your inspiring words mean a lot to folks here in Virginia who are troubled with corruption in want to see a stronger democracy in. So your optimism about the power be there in the voters and your council about the need to be persistent and just get the people in place get the candidates elected and then change can happen. So thank you for all that you're doing and hope that this story will encourage others across Virginia to join in and do what they can to support this movement to fight corruption. Thank you David. Thank you. To our listeners. Thanks for joining us today to learn more about David's activities. You can visit clean money squad, dot com, and the poor people's campaign dot.
"denham" Discussed on Citizen Reformers
"Sent a letter to. Bob Goodlatte in his role was co chair saying we want your committee to review these spied pieces of potential legislation around campaign finance reform and voting rights, and at that point which continued throughout his tenure Bob Goodlatte would not let his committee even look at those potential pieces of legislation they sat on his desk. So he was exercising control about fundamental democratic rights that we have in this country and he was standing in the. Way. Of them. So since he is our congressmen and he had an office here and Rono it was the perfect opportunity for Anenih today some visiting and sitting in his office and we were arrested there as well. One day when we sat there beyond the five o'clock hour, which was close in time and we were told that we would be arrested if we stay beyond five o'clock, but it was a way of drawing attention. Late in getting that in the newspaper around what Bob Goodlatte was doing unfortunately is successor has the same principles, Ben Cline, and so there we are still in the same situation although Ben Klein is not insane positions Bob Goodlatte as chair to house judiciary committing. But one thing that taught may around the role of civil disobedience is Dan. That litter that John Servings sent to Bob Goodlatte actor fourteen hundred arrests off the Capitol Steps in April Twenty Sixteen John Sarbanes. The we the People Act passed in Congress, which includes those five elements of legislation that Bob Goodlatte sat on. Of course. Now, it's on Senate and we know the story of what happens in the Senate, these days, but it did teach me alive around. The control that somebody like Bob Goodlatte with the House Judiciary Committee could have but also the power a what happens when the public rises up and says, this is wrong and somebody like John Sarbanes points it out and ultimately gets a piece of legislation passed Congress. That was your first experience with civil disobedience. You said, David, are you looking for opportunities to do more of that in the future? Well we like the target things that clearly that we can make a difference with an we certainly felt the end that democracy spring and fall goodlatte was just that the answer your question. Yes. We are looking for opportunities where we can have that kind of clarity and interestingly enough in the. Presidential campaign. Now we're down to us. It looks like three candidates and only one of the three candidates takes an obvious stand against corruption, and so I think it is time and I don't know what the answer is but I think it is time that we be very visible around making an anti corruption statement around the country I. Think the public gets confused and I think at the public could understand if they would be united around such an issue that in the end, they can make it happen the old number at. Three point five percent of the population is what has brought revolution in other countries and Golly three point five FM of the US population is twelve million able I can't imagine that we don't have twelve million. Americans. Now, you're very, very disappointed and want to bring about change. Do you see yourself and the organizations you're involved with here in Virginia teaming up with democracy spring again on guiding corruption. I wish we could, but they are no longer an organization. So we are looking for other partnerships I know we talked about talking about the poor people's campaign, and that is a group that I am leading here in southwest Virginia, and so the poor people's campaign is clearly zeroed in on these issues around corruption poverty and militarism and more, and they do Cecil civil disobedience they will have a moment June twenty, twenty, twenty given the corona virus doesn't interfere with that act the. Capital and we have a bus going to join the thousands there from Rona on that day. So that's a collaboration example with a larger group than just our Rona group at his having an impact that we can join in with and engage in civil disobedience and move on from there I mean they are so good. The Poor People's campaign pointing out that forty three percent of our population live in poverty and why is that happening? Is because the big money interests one at that way? Could you elaborate a little bit more for our listeners here in Virginia in terms of how they can get involved with poor people's campaign? Yes number one there is a Virginia Unit of the Poor People's campaign. So Virginia Poor People's campaign. Ethan this pull that up on your browser and you will find the state website and there's ways that you can directly indicate interest. They're also on facebook there is the southwest Virginia, which is our group Virginia Poor People's campaign, and Hugh would go there say like bad, send me a message I can connect directly with you and can help direct you to a way to become involved and I'm going to bet years people over here this podcast who would love to get on a bus and joined Reverend Barber Theo Harris June twentieth twenty, twenty there in DC. And that will be on the Capitol steps as well. Yes it will. Great. Well, thank you. Thank you for that. You know you've mentioned your collaboration with other groups here in Virginia the activate Virginia Group and Clean Virginia and I understand that you joined the Virginia swamp busters, which is sort of a group of what nearly two dozen grassroots democracy reform organizations that are active here in the state we started off with your collaboration with one Virginia Twenty twenty, two defeat gerrymandering. And I understand your sister organization represented US Richmond has been supporting ranked choice voting and the Fair Vote Virginia Group is also part of the swamp busters. Any comments about that group? It's only recently formed but given the fact that you've really been collaborating shoulder to shoulder with several groups. What's your advice for other grassroots groups here in Virginia in terms of how to broaden their message and engagement by collaborating with groups that are similarly interested in fighting corruption or campaign finance are ranked choice voting whatever the issue may be. such thing as too much collaboration Virginia swamped by it developed out of a wider network of people including American promise that you are a part of and so you can go to facebook and just pulled in Virginia swamp busters and learn more about this network as it.
"denham" Discussed on Citizen Reformers
"Host and producer citizen reformers. In this episode, I'll be speaking with David Denim an ordained clergyman with the United Church of Christ and the head of represent Roanoke valley clean money squad David is among the earliest leaders to organize against corruption in Virginia politics. Our listeners in Virginia will be interested to learn of David's tireless efforts to combat corruption at the local and state level. Through his leadership in organizing phone and text bank outreach lobby days in Richmond candidate pledge drives, civic education, civil disobedience on the steps of the Capitol in Washington DC and active support for the poor people's campaign. David represents an inspiring example of how to effect positive change. Welcome David this warning this is our opportunity to talk with David Denham an ordained clergyman with the United Church of Christ thanks for joining us today David. Thank you. I'm sure our listeners in Virginia are excited to learn about your experience advocating for anti-corruption action year in Virginia six years ago. The organization you lead a represent Roanoke valley clean money squad was alone voice in the Wilderness speaking out against corruption. You've been at this a longer than anyone I know and you have had some significant successes. I'd like to begin today with your most recent achievement earlier this month contributed to a big win on a redistricting report bill in support of the One Virginia Twenty Twenty one organization I understand you provided a big assist represent us your phone bank tech spank in a lobby day. So tell us about your role and how many people you got involved in the end the effort. Well, that was certainly a great turn here in the political environment ear and Virginia represent us has a national network of people who serve a variety of roles and one of those. Rows is foam banking and texting. When important initiatives come up and we had mashed lay over a thousand volunteers zeroing in warm. Probably the worst state for Gerrymandering in Virginia to make change happen have legislation has that will go on to the ballot in November which has happened they contacted over seventy thousand people between foam messaging and texting, and believe me legislators were hearing I. Did have the opportunity to be a part of that lobby day that we both were apart of and in talking with people about day they knew that messages were coming in from people locally because McLean Virginia because they had been contacted to do. So by this phone network and and texting next. Well, that's an amazing figures, seventy thousand people. So how did that happen and how big of an organization do you represent here? The represent us a rope represent roanoke valley. How were you able to manage that? Will the management of the calling and texting was done by our headquarters in Florence Massachusetts and so that capability set up our role was advocating with them just say, Hey, it is time to give a focus on Virginia and the timing could be even more appropriate than what we're dealing with this gerrymandering legislation. So that's the national role within the State and twenty Gorton. As you mentioned, we had represent Roanoke Valley, which will develop which was the first chapter of within the State of Virginia for represent us, and we did get our feet in the ground we did get a number. Of commitments around anti-corruption Sandra soul our delegate here is become a champion for anti-corruption and Virginia, and he was the first to sign a commitment around anti-corruption in Virginia, and then we have been working jurisdictions pass and I- corruption resolutions and roanoke city council was the first state to do that, and then in twenty seventeen, my wife and I were at an announcement for candidate of for also, and San Francisco was going to speak if he was standing next to us, and at that point, we had quite a good relationship around this anti corruption issue and he leaned over to him. And said, remember three words clean money squad and the next day we were sitting in his office and he said, well, he said the two thousand sixteen election cycle could on the map of the nation anti-corruption. So we need a little bit more now than just the draft American anti-corruption at and so that did lead to US having developing McLean money squad. and which we are get have candidates making those commitments to the draft and Merican anti-corruption act, and at that point in time is taking no pack money as well, which is an awesome pledge and Samra soul leaves the state in taking no pack money at the same time. There are some decent packs net lead to some commitments that we could get so. Current election cycle we say it couldn't minutes to draft American Anti, Corruption Act, not taking fossil fuel money or public utilities money. So what that has opened for us represent runoff valley has been a state wide network, and so as a result, we are known because of the clean money squad as a result people connect in with us, we have a regular phone meeting of. People around the state who represent various organizations who are interested in the anti corruption movement. In Virginia what you mentioned several things there David that I'd like to follow up on just to kind of clarify invention de American anti-corruption act let me start their explain that a bit is that linked to represent us or is that something that was originated with the clean money squad? That was originated by represent US Nash I, and you can go to the website American anti corruption. Act Dot Org American Anti. Corruption Act Dot Org, and you see the elements and I'm GonNa name I think the biggest point and there are others important points but the one is not the take money from the interest that you overstay. And because we have seen on national. That once that money comes in from a particular interest such as sauce fuel interest it holds off taking action on climate change and those. Relations are important for us to point out. So step-by-step voters our understanding of a significant arap. Explained for me a little bit. You mentioned that your head of the chapter for represent us for. Roanoke valley how large is represent statewide I understand there's one chapter in Richmond are there others in.
Women Are at the Forefront of the Sustainable Fashion Revolution
"Week we go back Tavoy since two thousand nine hundred. Where sustainability was front of mind? Dana Thomas his most recent book. Fashion Nautilus is seething indictment of fast fashion and it's damaging aging environmental and societal impact but she concludes with a glimmer of optimism and in fact regular listeners of the podcast will remember that Dana and I had a conversation Asian here last year where she described fashion operas as a book of hope much of that hope rests on a growing group of innovators at the forefront of making fashion more sustainable and it turns out that many of these innovators are women. So here's Dana Thomas on the women at the forefront of the sustainable fashion revolution at voices voices two thousand nineteen summer of two thousand sixteen. I began working on my third book. One I had been noodling for more than a decade okay. My idea was to report and write about the backlash to globalization and the convoluted supply chains impact on humanity and the planet. What I didn't realize until I sat down and started was that the majority of the change makers were and are women like Sarah bellows a thirty-three-year-old co founder and head of stoney creek colors a natural indigo dye company and Goodlettsville Tennessee? Natural Indigo was the only indigo until the German Chemical Company be a SF created the synthetic version in the late nineteenth century unlike natural indigo synthetic wasn't seasonal or we're vulnerable to blight and whether destruction and it was consistent and cheap. This meant a mills like Cohn Cohn Denham Could we even die there Denham. Twelve months a year by nineteen fourteen the natural indigo business had been annihilated. Never to recover
Emmy nomination voting underway
"KCRW sponsors include Netflix, presenting the original series, when they see us from Asia Duve Rene based on the true story of five teens who are falsely accused of a brutal attack in central park. Emmy eligible in all categories. I'm Kim masters. And this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt felony of the Hollywood reporter, and Matt EMMY voting is open. And, you know, there's always a lot of second guessing and campaigning, and it's all good this year. However, we're seeing the end of game of thrones. And that is a, a huge potential category killer in the best drama category. And for that reason we have seen other series that do might have been competitive kind of stay out of the way the eligibility for the Emmys ends at the end of may. So you often will see a lot of shows premiering in may just so that they can get into that window to be eligible this year. We saw the opposite in that best drama series category. The Handmaid's tale is premiering in June and stranger things. Netflix is premiering in July. And those were two shows that typically would be in the EMMY race Handmaid's tale, obviously was the first streaming series to ever win. In the drama series. Emmy category this year. They're both steering clear of game of thrones. Because the expectation is that game of thrones is just going to run the category and win and went out. I mean it would be the you know job well done award. However, you know, I I'm going to confess that I not a person who watched game of thrones. But I do watch my Twitter feed and mandate. I see blowback about the way that series ended. Yeah, I think there was a lot of negativity. And I think people were surprised by who ended up on that iron throne, but I don't think ultimately voters will care about the negativity. I think that this is a game changing mammoth moment in television. People say, we will never see a show again. Like EMA thrones. I, I don't know if that's true, but voters are going to without in my opinion voters are going to go for the show and, and give it the, the this year, I wonder if it had been vulnerable. Maybe the strategy was bad. You go ahead and compete against it, but who could afford? Seen that potential vulnerability. Meanwhile, you know there's the limited series category. That is very competitive when we see HBO rolling out Chernobyl net flicks, rolling out the central park, five drama series from ABC Vernay, when they see us, and they are coming up with kind of, you know, interesting claims to bolster the profile of how popular how highly rated, you know, the metrics may not stand up to too much scrutiny. But this is the game that is played. I'm always very skeptical of anything that Netflix says because they do not have any third party verification for their ratings claims but they claim that when they see us is the most popular show on net flicks every day since it debuted in the US, which would be pretty significant, considering that they have, you know, things like friends, and the office that are perpetual popular, and then HBO came out with this dubious thing that turnober was the highest rated show on HBO in its history. And they were using some IMDB ranking that purported to assess fans and critics. And I think people just kinda laughed at that big little lies. Maybe you know, I would say for sure that both of them are really well reviewed and very high impact, especially in the case of when they see us we'd seen Linda fairstein him roundly, the sex crimes in New York being hounded out of her foundation and. And other gigs. Now, the one of the prosecutors the this is have think people are finally seeing that what happened in that case through. I mean it's been the subject of documentaries. It's not news. But David Verna through the dramatization has really shown the kind of impact that entertainment can have in the real world. Yeah. And it really shows this category of limited series, and how much it's grown over the past few years. Remember, this is a category that the academy basically did away with combined it with made for TV movies, because there weren't as much of these being made as there used to be. Now there are so many limited series that this category is absolutely packed. If you look at just the Fossey Verron program on FX that got a lot of critical attention Showtime, made a lot of noise with escape Denham Maura HBO has turnober as you mentioned in sharp objects had Amy Adams and then true detective which is in this category, and is somewhat diminished from its heyday. But that, you know, had an amazing performance by. Marshall Ali in that. And that doesn't even include the George Clooney thing catch twenty two which got a lot of attention. So there's a ton of amazing limited series that are competing against each other. Yeah, I would say outstanding performance by Maharshtra Elliot's redundant at this point. Thank you, Matt, thank you. That's Matt Bellamy editorial director of the Hollywood reporter he joins me this Monday at one thirty on the business. I'm Kim masters. And this is the Hollywood breakdown KCRW sponsors include Showtime, presenting the comedy series kidding starring Jim Carey in what Rolling Stone says is the part, he was born to play more at S H, O dot com slash f y c.
Grandma's Influence is Good for Grandkids
"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin all living with your parents has its benefits at least when it comes to raising your kids their grandkids because two new studies and to the evidence that grandmothers can enhance the survival of grandchildren that is unless grandma's too old or lives too far away the results appear in the journal current biology, humans are unusual in that the females live long past the age at which they stop having babies. We don't really see that in nature. Most of the organisms will reproduce up to their very last moment. Patrick version, professor of biology at bishop's university in Quebec this increase in post reproductive longevity is often explained by the so-called grandmother affect because family members shared their genes. There could still be a benefit for postmenopausal woman to increase their genetic footprint by helping their daughters to rear larger families to explore. The grandmother affect hypothesis version. Colleagues examined nearly two hundred years worth of French Canadian population records from the seventeenth eighteenth centuries. At the time life was tough in some years thirds of the kids were not even making it to one year of age. But the researchers found that having a grandmother still alive was a definite plus families grandmothers live were larger by about two and survival of these children to age fifteen was much improved. This beneficial effect was only seen when the matriarchs live nearby which suggests that grandmothers help by playing an active role in their grandchildren's lives. Unfortunately, that rolls tougher for them to fulfill as they get older, which brings us to the second study, researchers at the university of Turku Finland us records from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. They found that the benefits associated with having a grandmother on hand depended on her age once nanna hit seventy five the grandchild survival benefit disappeared hen Denham. In other words, it was grandchildren's have no living. Grandmother a toll that it was to live with an old one or one who was in poor health. Simon Chapman a doctoral student biology. This was almost certainly due to some form of indirect resource competition though, rather than wickedness on the parts of resident grandma's so healthy grandma helps make for a healthy grandchild. If over the river through the woods to grandmother's house isn't too long trip. Thanks for listening for scientific Americans, sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin.
Apple, Google and Amazon compete for new hires in New York
"Google, Amazon all will be hiring new employees in New York now making it tougher for smaller businesses to hire. But smaller businesses also need large businesses to generate more business, for instance, apple estimates. It supports jobs at nine thousand suppliers and manufacturers around the country and that other businesses that sell through the app store, a large New York business with about twice as many employees. In tech support. Now is several years ago. Also, still uses an outside consulting firm for their toughest tech problems. And economists Barbra burn Denham says Amazon will spin off restaurants have fitness clubs and other small businesses in queens, which is important because she says growth outside of Manhattan is making the whole city's economy stronger.
How to get great prints from smartphone
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Is Jefferson Graham with USA today? You're listening to talking tech. And on today's episode. We answer some of your burning tech questions, and we looked at Courtney of Denham springs, Louisiana who wants to know about getting prints made from her iphone. She writes a while back. I use the Walgreen's app to do this. But I was very disappointed in the results. The photo was printed glossy. There was no mad option. Her question. What is the best option price plus quality for printing? Four by six prints from a smartphone. Thank you Courtney. For listening to talking tech in hitting the up on Facebook with a question. Here's my answer. The short version is you cannot beat the apps that let you send the print to CVS Walgreens targeted WalMart for immediate access of small photos. They're cheap. They're quick. You can pick them up at the store in. And you don't have to pay those huge shipping fees. Now that said when you use this option, you get little to no choices, it's glossy and four by six prints all the way, if you want choices look to mail order and photo specific apps like shutter fly or my favorite 'em picks. Now, you get the choices you wanted on different papers and sizes, but you will pay for it. The prince or affordable at around thirty cents a piece, but the shipping will really add up so on shudder. Fly. For instance, I ordered sixteen prints to cost ship was five dollars bringing the print price to over sixty cents. A piece now 'em picks is a prophet Tigers lab that happens to be available to the public, and it has the widest selection of print sizes and types the best quality and like the others. It has an app that lets you upload photos directly from your phone. The shipping is not cheap at 'em picks either. And you'll wait a week for them to arrive. Live. But here is my prototypical order thirty five dollars for the prince and the shipping is free, by the way, there are several apps available to applaud photos for store pickup from CBS target WalMart and Walgreens they are called one hour photo and print photos. My suggestion if you wanna use one of those stores just type in target photo app or something like that into the app stores. Now that's the lowdown. Courtney hope we helped thanks for writing into talking tech listeners where do you get your prince matron phones? I want to hear all about it on Twitter. Why Natchev isten Graham you've been listening to talking tech? Please subscribe to a show on apple podcasts and Google podcast. Please favor the show and structure, which shelves more people. Find the show as always thanks for writing in. And thanks for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.
Los Angeles, Orange County And Alameda County San Mateo discussed on All Things Considered
"Congo's health ministry says the latest outbreak of Ebola is the worst in the country's recorded history with three hundred nineteen confirmed and probable cases on hundred ninety eight people have died since the outbreak was declared August I in the eastern part of the country. You're listening to NPR news from K Q E D news. I'm Jeremy Siegel crews from multiple bay area agencies are in Butte county to help fight. The campfire officials say the blazes now scores did least one hundred thousand acres killed nine people in destroyed more than six thousand homes at last check. The believes was twenty percent contained firefighters from San Francisco's department. Alameda County San Mateo and other agencies have all been. Deployed to the area and further south crews from the bay are also helping with suppression efforts on the Wolsey fire in Los Angeles, and Ventura counties. Meantime, the National Football League says it's monitoring air quality in the bay area and Los Angeles in advance of weekend games in areas affected by wildfire smoke, but as of now the raiders is home game on Sunday and the forty Niners on Monday will be played as scheduled both teams rescheduled their practice times on Friday to minimize exposure for their players Democrats are claiming victory in another southern California. Congressional race Kennedy's politics editor Scott Shafer reports. It might not be the last Orange County democrat Harley Rueda is claiming victory over fifteen term incumbent congressman Dana Rohrabacher, one of several incumbents targeted for defeat. There are still ballots to be counted there and the race has not been officially called. But Rudas lead is more than seven thousand votes and steadily growing if it holds that would make three houses. Seats, flip from read the blue in California, including the seat now held by retiring Republican Darrell Issa, meanwhile in the tenth congressional district around Modesto democrat, Josh harder. As pulled ahead of Republican incumbent, Jeff Denham with thousands of votes. Still to be counted also up for grabs to other Orange County congressional seats where the Republican candidates lead by less than three thousand votes statewide. There are millions of ballots left to be counted. Leaving the racist for insurance
ICYMI: How to get great photo prints from an app
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. This Jefferson Graham with USA today. You're listening to talking tech. And on today's episode. We answer some of your burning tech questions, and we looked at Courtney of Denham springs, Louisiana who wants to know about getting prints made from her iphone. She writes a while back. I use the Walgreen's app to do this. But I was very disappointed in the results. The photo was printed glossy. There was no mad option. Her question. What is the best option price plus quality for printing? Four by six prints from a smartphone. Thank you Courtney. For listening to talking tech in hitting the up on Facebook with a question. Here's my answer. The short version is you cannot beat the apps that let you send the print to CBS Walgreens targeted WalMart for immediate access of small photos cheap. They're quick you can pick them up at the store and. And you don't have to pay those huge shipping fees. Now that said when he use this option, you get little to no choices. It's glossy and four by six prints all the way, if you want choices look to mail order and photo specific apps like shutter fly or my favorite M picks. Now, you get the choices you wanted on different papers and sizes, but you will pay for it. The prince or affordable at around thirty cents a piece, but the shipping will really add up so on shudder. Fly. For instance, I ordered sixteen prints to cost ship was five dollars bringing the print price to over sixty cents. A piece now Ampex is a pro photographers lab that happens to be available to the public, and it has the widest selection of print sizes and types the best quality and like the others. It has an app that lets you upload photos directly from your phone. The shipping is not cheap at 'em picks either. And you'll wait a week for them to arrive. Live. But here is my pro tip order thirty five dollars where the prince and the shipping is free, by the way there are several apps. Available to upload photos for store pickup from CBS target WalMart, and Walgreens they are called one hour photo and print photos by suggestion. If you want to use one of those stores just type in target photo app or something like that into the app stores. Now that's the lowdown. Courtney hope we helped thanks for writing into talking tech listeners where do you get your prince matron phones? I want to hear all about it on Twitter where I NAT Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe at a show on apple podcast and Google podcast lease favor. The show ends Fisher, which helps more people find the show as always thanks for writing in. And thanks for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.
"denham" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"You know, there's more and more depression going on, you know, you hear people talking so much about anxiety, and these different things, and it seen it appears that we live in in in e in easier world seem like we have easier times. And we used to seems like technology has helped with a lot of that. But, you know, do you think there's a huge link to some of the things that are going on with our food, and and this, depression, definitely. Yup. Lower testosterone has definitely linked to depression, high estrogen especially high artificial estrogen linked to depression. So those two things right there what we're dealing with across the board men and women. Less exercise, depression, like a lot of these things are related and they snowball because you know, you're depressed, you don't want to exercise, and then it's harder to get off the couch. And here's you know, you're smoking marijuana. I had more action and getting less motivated more epithets is there is there are there things like India genetics that could maybe link you to be predisposed to depression. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And those genes are so Fareed that it's hard for me to just say, you know, like Alzheimer's genes are pretty predictable. It's usually cholesterol related. It's heavy metal related or it's inflammatory or sugar. I guess those are probably the four it's linked to diabetes in Denham in some ways. Right. Yes sugar how your brain deals with sugar how sensitive it is to to insulin and things right out. Yeah. And I did a couple years of Alzheimer's research. So it's kind of a fascinating thing for me. But you know, but it's but it's unique. Because again, we've discovered a lot of those genetic factors whereas with depression, it's all over the map. I mean, but I think one of the common themes with people that are oppressed is definitely these estrogen chemicals, and again, can you find people without estrogen chemicals these days. I mean, it's pretty hard. Right. So, yeah, you're you're not gonna find depression in these in these, you know, in these tribes that are living around the equator, whatever they're living outdoors. But is that because you know, what? I mean, it's so there's so many factors there. It's so complicated. Right. But you definitely as you find these chemicals increasing in urine you find more depression. That's kind of says it all to me the other thing, that's interesting. And I was talking to Chris bell your brother bubbles in India. And of course, I have a bunch of this in my book, but in India. There's massive suicide rates among the farmers. It's just like a stoning Lee, high just among the farmers, and it's just a recent thing and scientists are all baffled by this. And I haven't published anything on this. But there's a lot of publications just documenting this happening. And they're just saying this is what's happening. It's awareness thing. But they're all they're all saying, we don't know why maybe it's more alcohol in those communities or whatever. But they're just totally spitballing. They don't really they don't really have any answers. They don't really have any data. But what? But what is true? And what is data is that they've all been using more and more industrial chemicals, including Atrazine in their in their farming practices. They're becoming more modernized over there. And that's correlated strongly with the depression. You know, so. Yeah. It's not caused a lot of this stuff isn't cause. But in human studies, it's really hard to prove. 'cause so you just have to look at the association's when you see it over and over and over again with all these different chemicals. It just becomes really it becomes obvious to me, at least that let's stop arguing about, you know, the details and just be honest with ourselves and try and get these chemicals out. What are some of the things that have surprised you the most in the last couple of years, maybe didn't recognize that were you know, things have popped up. We like holy shit. I had no idea that that caused that. Or that this happened this way Potman so many things I think..
"denham" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm David green. And I'm Rachel Martin President Trump's increasingly aggressive rhetoric on immigration, maybe making things harder for one Republican congressman in California's rural central valley. His name is Jeff Denham, and he's trying to get reelected in a district that went for Hillary Clinton two years ago, the number of Latino voters in his district is rising. But as NPR's Aina Jaffe reports denim is hoping his moderate position on immigration. We'll help them out. Walnut. Holler dehydrated. It's harvest time. At Jake wingers, walnut orchard outside of Modesto. He's a fourth generation of his family to farm here. He's also a vice president of the Stanislas county farm bureau, which endorsed incumbent Republican Jeff Denham there isn't in my opinion of valley Representative in congress who's done a better job than Jeff Denham and fighting for water issues. Water is Jake wingers top issue as it is for all the farmers in the tenth congressional district. But winger also likes Jeff denims moderate position on immigration, Latinos, make up nearly forty five percent of the population here, and they're the backbone of the agricultural workforce. If you're here, and you've been working, there's no reason anybody should be sent home. I mean, it just it's a ridiculous fought last spring Denham tried to force a vote on the house floor on a package of immigration bills, then -cluded increased border security, but also a path to citizen. Chip for the undocumented immigrants known as dreamers who were brought to the United States is children denim says that for him immigration reform is a personal issue. Not only is my wife, Hispanic. But my kids are now considered Hispanic to just because they're my wife, and I being married in the end denim was outmaneuvered by house GOP leadership the bills that came to the floor were more conservative than the ones he'd proposed and they failed denims democratic opponent. Josh harder. Was glad to rub that in during a televised debates sponsored by the turlock journal and Univision nineteen you have again and again cosponsored bills. And then every time you get the call your party leadership the drop it denims failed efforts no longer impress Juan Vasquez. He was once a registered Republican and voted for denim, but everything changed in two thousand sixteen. I was a Trump supporter until he started calling people like me, rapists, criminals. There's no way I could support something like that since Trump's election. An additional eighty two hundred Latinos have registered to vote in this district. Jeff Denham one by fewer votes than that in two thousand sixteen and while Latinos tend to vote democratic historically they haven't turned out in high numbers one Vasquez knows that well since he's now on the central committee of the Stanislas county Democratic Party that he thinks it might be different this time because people in his community keep asking him about voting. The response was like I want to vote for people who will stop Trump and his agenda. And I was like, okay. Well, that's what you want to vote for Democrats. Jeff Denham doesn't think that Trump will drag him down, even though Democrats have a slight registration advantage voters here. Keep reelecting him. I think all things are local. You know, people knew who I am. And what I'm fighting for democrat. Josh Harter argues that there's a disconnect between denims moderate reputation and his actions in congress like. All these other issues, healthcare and immigration. He says one thing back in the district and then voted with his party ninety eight percent of the time. Now, some polls show harder with a small advantage. Many analysts call this race a toss up the outcome. Could depend on how many of the growing number of Latino voters actually cast ballots. Minor Jaffe NPR news. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm David Greene. I'm Tara Siler a US Senator and Oakland's mayor are vying to stay in office voters will elect governor. And there's a range of propositions on issues like rent control brass taxes, and dialysis. We'll talk about all of them on election day starting at five PM and then local and state wide results after the polls close at eight join us for election here. I take the public radio. After.
We get letters: how to get great prints made from smartphone
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Is Jefferson Graham with USA today? You're listening to talking tech. And on today's episode. We answer some of your burning tech questions, and we looked at Courtney of Denham springs, Louisiana who wants to know about getting prints made from her iphone. She writes a while back. I use the Walgreen's app to do this. But I was very disappointed in the results. The photo was printed glossy. There was no mad option. Her question. What is the best option price plus quality for printing? Four by six prints from a smartphone. Thank you Courtney. For listening to talking tech in hitting the up on Facebook with a question. Here's my answer. The short version is you cannot beat the apps that let you send the print to CVS Walgreens targeted WalMart for immediate access of small photos cheap. They're quick you can pick them up at the store and. And you don't have to pay those huge shipping fees. Now that said when he used this option, you get little to no choices, it's glossy and four by six prints all the way, if you want choices look to mail order and photo specific apps like shutter fly or my favorite and picks. Now, you get the choices you wanted on different papers and sizes, but you will pay for it. The prince or affordable at around thirty cents a piece, but the shipping will really add up so on shudder. Fly. For instance, I ordered sixteen prints to cost ship was five dollars bringing the print price to over sixty cents a piece now Ampex picks is appropriate. Tigers lab that happens to be available to the public, and it has the widest selection of print sizes and types the best quality and like the others. It has an app that lets you upload photos directly from your phone. The shipping is not cheap at 'em picks either. And you'll wait a week for them to arrive. Live. But here is my pro tip order thirty five dollars where the prince and the shipping is free, by the way, there are several apps available to applaud photos for store pickup from CBS target WalMart and Walgreens they are called one hour photo and print photos by suggestion. If you wanna use one of those stores just type in target photo app or something like that into the app stores. Now that's the lowdown. Courtney hope we helped thanks for writing into talking tech listeners where do you get your prince matron phones? I want to hear all about it on Twitter where I NAT Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe at a show on apple podcast and Google podcast lease favor. The show ends Fisher, which helps more people find the show as always thanks for writing in. And thanks for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com. Got you covered they developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.
"denham" Discussed on Undisclosed
"Hey there. I am Jon Cryer. And this is the undisclosed Denham. This week's episode. We're gonna be talking about thirteen of our series on the conviction. Dennis perry. Look at this photograph, which exposed a cop who had grave misgivings about how the case was handled and that the state star witness was much more complicated than she seemed with us today are Colin Miller associate dean and professor of law at the university of South Carolina school of law, and he blogs evidence profit blog. Hey there, Colin John. How are you? I'm good. I'm good. Also with us is Susan Simpson. She's in Societa the bulk of law group, and she hosts the forty fifth podcast Susan how you doing Avon also with us today. You're actually going to hear from young Ed custody in which is very exciting because he's a name that's been bandied about. And we finally actually got to hear him a little bit on episodes. Recently. And I for one was thrilled to finally have a voice to the face. Well, actually, I don't even have the face someday. I will have a voice and face. Hopefully, Ed, welcome to the show. Thanks, john. Ed is a law student at Columbia in the two L because you're in your second year. I promise it's a real thing. Okay. They told me to I was like that's not true. That's like Joel. That's like a it's like a name on krypton. But you're at Columbia last summer, you interned at the Georgia innocence project, and that's where you became familiar with. Dennis Perry's cases is true. Yes. That's right. So basically a sign to you. They basically they dropped it on your desk and said here kid check it out on tiered for this massive Annetta case. Yeah, I been a fan of undisclosed for a long time prior to coming to school so going to George essence project Claire Gilbert knew that I was with the podcast. So was nice enough to give me the opportunity to work on the case. So you've been you've been a fan. Boy, are you. How long did it take before you just stop freaking out around? Susan. I'm Susan so nice and funny, and we are awesome. That it didn't take. Okay. Good time. It's like our twelve of the day. And I'm like, Ed we're gonna go somewhere else now. And it's like eleven o'clock like can we have dinner? No, well, no witness, then we get dinner. I'm like, oh shoot. I promised at dinner. How there? Now, you've probably stopped being to me more like oh my God. Yes. Well, it was also that was when the low blood sugar was kicking in. I would imagine. So things will get ugly ugly, very quickly. Obviously, Ed, you're you're no longer shocked by how tall Susan is way. Are you meet Colin let me tell you? You'll enjoy that Robbie is a normal sized person. You know, which I now have you actually met them in person? No, I haven't just just season now. Yes. Oh, okay. Well, soon add soon, and I it will be worth the wait. So to start off this episode. Actually, I had a question from my assistant Andrew who asks two part question part one is the title of this episode reference to the Nickelback song photograph and partout. How dare you? Reference. Nothing refunding. Okay. Now, it's totally got. And it never fails to stunned me that so much of this case is predicated on people matching a composite to picture of Dennis and positive. Yeah. Exactly. I mean, it's just a basic logic fallacy there's and especially it was one photo of Dennis. I mean, there's photos of me were for all the world. I resemble Jon Hamm. But those are very rare photos, and and I go in down for any murders. Jon Hamm commits that's all I'm gonna say. But I actually had a question about I recall a couple of the church witnesses either it was vans or Cora who said something to the effect of..
Saudis admit to death of Khashoggi
"Officials are warning that foreign adversaries have already targeted next month's midterm elections. NPR's Carrie Johnson reports a Russian accountant is the first to face federal charges. Federal prosecutors say Elena Kucinich conspired to defraud the United States. Authorities say she managed a budget of more than thirty five million dollars aimed at targeting elections here and in other countries the methods from Russians balk domain names and Facebook ads to sow division on issues such as race relations and immigration their messages targeted people, including former President Barack Obama and late Arizona Senator John McCain may also mentioned special counsel, Robert Muller the man leading the investigation. Into Russian interference in two thousand sixteen. Intelligence officials say the Russians are still on the attack. But they say there's no evidence foreign adversaries have been able to prevent Americans from voting or to change vote counts. Carrie Johnson NPR news, Washington. The Trump administration's trying to fast track and environmental review of projects that deliver. Federally subsidized water to farmers out. West NPR's, Kirk siegler reports a new presidential. Memorandum is designed to loosen environmental restrictions in west coast states, Republicans going back to the George W Bush administration have tried to increase water deliveries to farmers and California's massive central valley project where water from snow fed reservoirs gets pumped south to arid farmland. But those deliveries are perennially cut back due to attempts to protect endangered fish and drought. The president's order would speed up a current review of this as well as two other projects in Oregon and Washington, if environmental restrictions are loosened there will likely be. Prolonged legal battle one of the biggest champions of this latest plan is deputy interior secretary. David Bernhardt used to lobby for the Fresno based Westlands water district one of the largest and most influential water agencies in the west Kirk siegler, NPR news. This is NPR firm cake news, I'm Tiffany Cam. High. President Trump wants to see more water go to central valley farmers so much. So that he signed a memorandum saying that yesterday science reporter Lauren summer is here to explain all of this to us and Lauren the federal government has put states in charge of their own water. Does this memo tried to chip away at those states rights, and if not what does it do? Yeah. I mean, the reality is California is in charge of most of the decisions around water within our state borders, and that's based on a lot that goes back more than a century. There is one area though. And this is where it's. Get particularly messy where the federal government controls things and that has to do with them endangered species protections for salmon and delta smelt these two fish that are kind of caught up in these California water wars. So the federal government is now rewriting those protections. The memorandum from Trump basically said to speed up that process, and if that actually weakens protections for these endangered species it sets up a really big fight potentially. And that's because the state has its own endangered species acts of estate will want to see tough protections for these species. Even if the federal government weakens them. So the president was surrounded by a lot of Republican congress members from the central valley when he signed this a few of them are in races. That are tighter than expected. Is it a coincidence that this is coming so close to the election? There's a lot of speculation that no it was not a coincidence. I mean, you have people like Representative Jeff Denham from turlock his race is a lot tighter than maybe he expected. And a lot of them. Got this great photo op with the president signing something and they can go back to their constituents. Mostly farmers saying look what we did for you. Even though really this. Memorandum will probably have very little immediate impact for those farmers in terms of getting water that was Lauren summer, and I'm
"denham" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Don, welcome to the Mark Arum show. I love your show hands-free tonight. Working out out in Atlanta, getting rain four hundred. I've got a sister that lives in just to the west a little bit. Yeah. Me just outside. Pacers any shifts. They've got expected all the campgrounds there to be full. Glad to hear Atlanta Motor Speedway opening up. Today. MS is opening up for sure. Yeah. Yeah. I got had a got grandkids a kid grandkids and great grandkids just that does move down to the dentist springs and a couple of years ago that flooded and Denham springs Louisiana that way when the hurricane came. They were in the hostel, they graduated the next year. So it's pretty good got a daughter moved Orlando, and then got flooded. So where's your aunt? Where does your aunt live? I'm just I'm just I'm just messing. We'd on. I've always talked about getting a retirement home. Like, I fell in love with the panhandle. It's I mean, I grew up with New England beaches where in even in the peak of summer that waters for reasoning and murky first time, I went down to the panhandles. Like, oh, it was amazing Clearwater. It's warm. So as the first time, I went down, right? Well, I'm gonna retire here. But I've always been worried about buying something. And then, you know, hurricane. But then the panhandle was so calm. There hasn't been any hurricanes. And now this just by your island in Canada. That's probably going to do. I'll just by the way, the world's getting ended twenty thirty. So twenty thirty. I saw that some. Yeah. Somebody let's here's the thing. I I believe that there is climate change. I don't know if it's man-made or not, but I the data's there. The earth is getting warmer. So my thought was we should all chip in and buy like, cheap cheap land in Maine. Right. Because if the if the world gets hotter, Maine's going to be like, oh, livable. True. Yeah. So we should literally. I mean, you can get a hundred acres of forest in Maine for six dollars or something. Hey, we should do that. And in twenty thirty. We'll be fine. You know, it'll be scorched earth, south of Delaware. But we're going to be main. Nice and temperate I like inland, though. Just in case the water. Yeah. No. Yeah. Exactly on the coast. In the middle of the state. Yeah. Yeah. Then we'll have beetroot Schalken hunt for us. Yeah. I'll fishing the streams dabble gather berries. Worked on a farm for long time. And I'll garden. Longoria will grow jalapeno. There you go well said well each have dogs and running around. That's a good retirement. Good. We're good. That's what I'm gonna do. Now. Linda joins us on the Mark Arum show. Hello, linda. Hi there. Hello. Hi. We just bought a house in Cape sandblast a few months ago. Just like he Ono thinking this at gold. Coast was nice, and peaceful and the hurricane was bliss. I plead to come. And now it's gonna be a nerve wracking twenty four forty eight hour. I can only imagine. So do you do you have anyone down there that can check after the storm? Are you guys going to go down there? And how you gonna find out? We're going to go down this weekend. The streaming. We can get man we can get there was that true city and so forth, but what's the deal with the?.
"denham" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Than traditional retailers and their closed look, better, cost less and last longer essentials like, and I leave. You have this, the cotton crew t-shirt? Yes, love it. Right. And then you also got the gene. Denham I got. I got a pair of indigo, dark blue jeans that I love very comfortable shorts. Get a pair of, yeah, those are great to polo shirt that I that I enjoy putting on also got a pair of the gene. I like ever line. We got to Reno. We're, we live, you have to reconcile the fact that you have to wear shorts for probably four to six months of the year. But you do that. I actually had an I as a child that were shorts all the time as an adult after remind myself, hey, it's okay. It's ninety degrees office shorts. I still feel foolish sometimes which is why I have to because like you don't wanna look like a like a Dickey like you're like a schoolboy, right? But with that's why like ever lane is because the stuff looks nice. You can wear shorts and you don't feel like you're look like a bum, you look, you're, you're still dressed nicely. I agree a hundred percent with that. Even if I smashed my chin on the microphone they got caught and t-shirts talked about exactly what end. These are things that simple stylish made from quality materials. They've also got a Kashmir crew I'm told about, yeah, can't wear Kashmir though. You're allergic. Yeah. Yeah, but it looked great that Kashmir online anyway. Yeah, look, great. They got a weekend or bag that they got the slim fit gene. They got a straight fit gene. Got a men's fit gene that got an axe furred got a lot of no frills, just quality lady stuff too. I can't speak to the lady stuff because I didn't hire any, and that's why my wife is higher any way one? Yeah, I gotta go to our previous sponsor. Okay. See if I got higher woman to close. I close for you. Yeah. Boy really are living. I f the hug. Sure, I am. Yeah. My my wife's like, hey, can I get some of those because she's been lying a lot of stuff on their site and maybe it's the birth Ed. I also never know the etiquette on that when they when they say to the host of the show, we want to send you a couple of items so that you know what our quality is. I, I would think that we would be able to get, hey, you know what? We can talk about that. Yeah, we could be like, oh, a least loves those. Are Daniel loves the sweater, whatever. Well, maybe in the future we could do that ever line if you're listening. Now I wanted for myself. I wanted all now. All and I.
'Narcan in my purse': Overdose antidote training expands to public as opioid epidemic continues
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Facebook's 'Maximum Penalty' in UK for Cambridge Analytica Is Chump Change
"Salaries have broadcasters paid over one hundred and fifty thousand pounds last year the figures caused months of negative headlines when it was revealed that some women were paid less than men for doing similar jobs this year's annual report will break down the earnings of individual presenters showing what they get for each program they appear on thank you joel's it's nine minutes paul seven facebook is facing record fine for failing to protect it uses personal data and failing to to be transparent about how the information could be harvested offers the foreign may be a record but it is just five hundred thousand pounds hof that if they pay promptly which works out around fifty p for each of the million people whose data was harvested by cambridge analytica who were working with the vote leave campaign during the referendum joined by the regulated by the information commissioner elizabeth denham welcomes his junior thank you good morning facebook's current profits around four hundred and thirty billion pounds a year hoffa million isn't gonna worry them to bunches it is our maximum fine under the previous law the data protection act of nineteen ninety eight the infringement happened several years ago so that is the maximum amount available to us if it happened now what would be the possibility well under the gdp are are finding power is up to four percent of global turnover and we think this was a very serious contravention so in the new regime they would face a much higher fine but this isn't all about the millions could be this is not all about fines though and i think any company that faces of fine and we've issued our notice of intent to find facebook for these serious contraventions any company is worried about its reputation because people want to feel that their data is is safe very serious you say is your description of this what precisely or you saying facebook is guilty of in two thousand and fourteen in two thousand fifteen the facebook platform allowed an app and your listeners may remember that dr cogan created personality.
"denham" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Gop's leadership and which gave the establishment media two months to produce handwringing articles and videos about daca illegals gop splits conservative hardliners and backroom negotiations rachel baid writing over in the politico republican representative jeff denham was walking back to his congressional office after midmarch house vote when representative pete aguilar told him to hold up democrat's office had spent hours researching an obscure legislative procedure known as discharge there was a way he told denham that the two of them could do an end run around paul ryan all they needed was two hundred eighteen signatures to force votes on bills of their choosing if i could bring along all one nine ninetythree democrats would have to peel off twentyfive republicans it was a long shot both of them new but they work together to get a discharge and they had a discharge right there in the house of representatives there was the discharge it came out all over the place and nothing was fixed only twenty times had lawmakers waged a successful discharge petition since its creation in the nineteen thirties out of more than five hundred sixty attempts only two of the twenty were signed into law both men were bullish at their opportunity at their shot pete aguilar democratic california the father of the discharge wow we see the stuff you find out when you dig around and you don't just go for all the muller muller muller fetish stuff a lot of stuff out there folks brian ross has resigned and now and now the new york times acknowledges that liberals who once champion to the first amendment or now uneasy about the first amendment every ever since conservatives discovered the first amendment where do we send a note brentwood erbil show am seven sixty tug and breaking.
"denham" Discussed on Bad Science
"The khakis movie of all time yeah it is there's so much khaki in denham in this film all pay it's our wardrobe is that what we all the time it's in the book the paleo manual you must wear catholic lord denham should be called durham dirt she has a brand new genus of denim here thing yeah okay another one is when they see the triceratops and it's another one of the you know they're playing inspirational music literally crying of joy it's a moment and the jobs is very sick yeah it's like looks like shit got like like fungus or like some sort something on his mouth and like there's just she has to search the poop his tongue out of the dinosaurs writing watching the micro vessels on the micro in my mind scoops that's good i know she might as well she was so happy so into it i just have never seen anyone so happy next to someone in so much pain i thought that was really funny it did surprise me when i saw the movie i was like i was as a child i was very upset about this dinosaur really bothered me yes and so i kind of didn't understand why it didn't bother them the vet who is just standing in the background exactly legit not involved in this diagnosis that all paleobotanist and a dinosaur vit yeah all of a sudden she knows how to diagnose sick triceratops yes i mean more than the actual vet who's been there probably taking care of the dinosaur but also had the vets know about these are animals that never existed before maybe and that's that's one of the biggest problems with the idea of jurassic park with is how do you even get it to grow up alive that's a big deal would we even be able to success really raise a baby dinosaur even if we had one i mean that's the big question i'm sure you get to later than solid she gets onto but tied to raise dinosaur could this work no i don't have that as a question because i thought about it.
1 dead, 22 injured in shooting at New Jersey festival
"The surrounding counties under heat advisory the weather channel todd bork wls am eight ninety one another update in thirty minutes immigration showdown agent plans to testify i'm barbara kusak two immigration bills go up for a house vote this week amid an outcry over the trump administration zero tolerance policy that is separated children from their parents at the southern border republican congressman jeff denham of california ultimately republicans and democrats have to come together and solve this very emotional very american issue the washington post reports the president is using family separation as an ago sheeting tool in the immigration debate the fbi agent who was removed from the russia investigation for sending antitrump text plans to testify before the house judiciary committee and any other congressional committee that asks trump attorney rudy giuliani told cbs's face the nation that peter strokes involvement in the clinton email investigation may have some bearing on whether the president will sit down with special counsel robert muller in the russia probe i'm not sure we can possibly recommend being questioned until we know how badly this investigation infected by what stroz did at the beginning when he was with muller for so long twenty two people were injured early today in the shooting at a twenty four hour art festival in trenton new jersey mercer county prosecutor angelo no free says the shooting appears to be related to a gang dispute the investigations revealed that the shooting appears to be related to several gangs having a neighborhood gangs from here in the city of trenton having a dispute at the venue one suspect is dead another in custody with a third hospitalized brooks capcom will spend another year is the reigning us open champion he is the first player to successfully defend his us open titles since curtis strange back in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine kept close with a two hundred sixty eight for a one over total action cocktails i'm barbara kusak what are.
FBI agent removed from Mueller's team willing to testify to Congress
"San francisco san jose oakland a cumulus station now on amazon alexa opened the skill immigration showdown agent plans to testify i'm barbara kusak two immigration bills go up for a house vote this week amid an outcry over the trump administration zero tolerance policy that is separated children from their parents at the southern border republican congressman jeff denham of california ultimately republicans and democrats have to come together and solve this very emotional very american issue the washington post reports the president is using family separation as a negotiating tool in the immigration debate the fbi agent who was removed from the russia investigation for sending antitrump texts plans to testify before the house judiciary committee and any other congressional committee that asks trump attorney rudy giuliani told cbs's face the nation that peter strauss involvement in the clinton email investigation may have some bearing on whether the president will sit down with special counsel robert muller in the russia probe i'm not sure we can possibly recommend being questioned until we know how badly this investigation infected by what stroz did at the beginning when he was with muller for so long twenty two people were injured early today in the shooting at a twenty four hour art festival in trenton new jersey mercer county prosecutor angelo no free says the shooting appears to be related to a gang dispute the investigations revealed that the shooting appears to be related to several gangs having a neighborhood gangs from here in the city of trenton having a dispute at the venue one suspect is dead another in custody with a third hospitalized brooks capcom will spend another year is the reigning us open champion he is the first player to successfully defend is us open titles since curtis strange back in nineteen eighty nine kappa close with a two hundred sixty eight for a.
"denham" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me
"But what's so powerful but my brother my brother and me is working to use all of it we're getting all the things we said before when we were trying to find something funny and that will still be there for you you could see the roadmap you know 'cause you see some of this stuff on tv and you think how are they coming up with it and my brother my brother me we have the courage to say here's how guessing until we get lucky just kind of closing our eyes and spinning around a lot and pointing at something yeah knocking down all the vases in the room until we find one full rubber chickens yeah how about a regular question though how do i convince my boyfriend wear shorts more often he's got the legs and address of greek god and the world needs to know he's not self conscious about his body he just likes blue jeans and that's from cam loving girlfriend what a frustration to keep those beautiful pipes under denham rap yeah only there was some way they wear jeans and shorts at the same time now it's not that tribuna understand sometimes i i'm at home right now i've been working from home all day could've changed in shorts at any point but i'm wearing these denham beauts because it's for me now there is another compromise here and that's guy get those that george michael jeans where it's just yes you can see it all the definition of each nut it's just right there for you world's the world is yours jimmy gervin because the genes be so tight are because they be so like ripped up i think both is good i think if you can get the rips mostly in the caf zone so that people can see like a neat sort of strikes and affects as if to show how old your genes are that can be really good but otherwise you just want these puppies as tight as possible gripping gripping always.
"denham" Discussed on Left, Right & Center
"That caused a significant revolt among members of his own party and i have to imagine a lot of different republican members are looking at those two pressures and don't know which one is the bigger electoral threat yeah i mean it's particularly an immigration trump's views on immigration obviously a wedge issue for republicans like denham in this sort of districts but i think immigration is we're we're seeing its transformation into kind of issue for publicans it's a little bit like abortion where it's going to be kind of cool orthodoxy of the party and if you're some someplace you know more in favour have more liberal views or favor of an amnesty you're inviting a primary challenge the same way you do if you're pro choice republican almost anywhere in the country so i think denim is sort of the leading edge of trend this can be uncomfortable for republicans in those sort of districts fluish as republicans in the house sort of work out this fight over whether they'll vote on anything on immigration and what is there anything for democrats to do right now aside from point to what republicans are doing and say this is bad vote us in a few months ago we had democrats shutting down the government for a few days in an effort to use the appropriations process to to force an immigration fix i think richest point that immigration is a really tough issue for republicans right now it's actually a difficult issue for some democrats right now and i have heard some people say that democrats should avoid immigration it's kind of like a political kryptonite an i think absolutely given what the trump administration has done on immigration that that idea that you should lean away that democrats should lean away from immigration is absolutely the wrong thing this is one place where i think there is a true moral argument to make and that democrats should go ahead and make it i mean i do not i think reasonable democrats reasonable republicans reasonable americans can disagree on how to handle immigration broadly but i think what we're seeing now with ice really propagating a very specific.
Newest NASA discoveries could boost search for ancient life on Mars
"Family services she says she still replays over and over again what happened and what she could have done differently in downtown la margaret cho arrow knx ten seventy newsradio discoveries on mars are furthering the case of possible life on the red planet knx ten seventy s carrot adams joins us live with details we're not talking about finding martians but nasa scientists say their curiosity rover did find more organic molecules and seasonal increases of methane gas on mars organic molecules in rocks from an ancient lake bed those were ganic molecules could have come from life we don't know that there was ever life on mars that's jin ikin broad senior researcher chris webber says what's exciting about the discoveries is that they are potential building blocks of possible life on mars he says because on earth ninety five percent of methane gas comes from living organisms so if we see methane in the martian atmosphere that means it has something is happening today it's being released or it's being created you can learn more about the studies and the journal science brian all right thanks karen twelve thirty three on knx leader of house moderates says his group has tentatively agreed to an offer from conservatives to help young dreamer immigrant's day in the us legally california congressman jeff denham says details remain unclear but the proposal is for young immigrants to stay in the us for eight years under a new trump administration plan the number of deportation cases heard in san diego would increase dramatically right now a handful of cases is hurt each day under operation streamline the number could go to one hundred or more a process that worries immigration attorney jeremy warren we're very concerned that this is going to be kind of calcutta justice and people are expected to be dealt with in half an hour last denying them basic fundamentals of the justice system argues not so says mark krikorian at the center for immigration studies which welcomes the accelerated program sends the message that crossing the border is not some trivial thing it's not a lark you're actually going to be tried for similar programs are already underway along the border in texas and zona to calhoun can extend seventy newsradio and environmental groups has.
"denham" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And he's right ahead just barely ahead of a republican businessman named cole harris so you've got a three way race there it could end up being to democrats in the fall or could be democrat republican in which case it's pretty much over the democrat will win the other thing is those house seats that we've been looking at that you hear so much about nationally there's a couple of district's southern california where the democrat let's hope they don't get shut out because there are a couple of strong republican candidates and a lot of democratic candidates and those are too close to call right now the forty eighth were dana rohrabacher is running for reelection it's really close between a democrat and a republican for second there about one percent apart and the same is true in the let me see here in the tenth district in the central valley jeff denham a democrat and a republican neck and neck for that second spot so we'll have to see how those holed up in those could have a big impact in the fall on whether the democrats have a shot at taking the house back from the republicans are not larry what's catching your eye here what's the theme so far and what's developing the numbers come in for you are there a number of things for one thing you know it's early we've got fifteen percent of the precincts reporting statewide and a lot of them are more conservative areas so so far the republicans are running stronger in the early returns than than people think they will in the end but again it's because we're the votes are coming from and who tends to vote earlier tend to be more conservative more republican older voters get those ballots in early younger voters who tend to be more liberal more democratic don't always get those ballots in yet so there's might not be kinda for a couple of days they just returned today for example so they're running a little stronger in a couple of spots and i mentioned that surprise in the.
"denham" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"So what what's going on look wide two republicans glick why not just give jeff denham the vote he i mean i think yeah you could just exactly and i think a lot of that is happening now but i just paul ryan was so concerned about reminder saying that he's so concerned about showing this like open discord in the party and in the senate as well he didn't want this to have to happen again and of course now it's just happening again but he has a point that like trump likely won't sign a dream act a remain i guess he has a point but the point seems like other side it's like why not just let people vote on the bill because like bena was like for better or worse john banners sticking to the hastert rule was like the only thing standing between the united states and it's like evil amnesty bill that would have increased wages economic growth reduce crime and like solved all these problems that have been plaguing us like paul ryan right now is declining to hold a vote on a bill that maybe will or won't pass the house and that probably trump could just veto and also paul ryan i mean you can you can find it on the internet but after donald trump was elected president right there was like a paul ryan townhall where like a dreamer mom was like weeping about how she doesn't want trump to ruin her life and paul ryan keep promised her that this wasn't going to happen right like he used to be on jeff denham side i mean paul ryan's history with immigration policy is very muddled i mean he's gone back and forth i n he's quitting yeah and he's quitting he's just terrible i'm sorry i don't i don't care for white slow.
David Greene, California and Steve Inskeep discussed on Van and Bonnie in the Morning
"It's morning edition from npr news i'm david greene in culver city california and i'm steve inskeep in washington dc the house of representatives faces a vote today that is meaningful and possibly suspenseful it's vote on a farm bill big deal for farmers people on food stamps people louis food it's endanger somewhat because republicans who are pushing the measure are not united some are threatening to hold up the bill on till they get a vote on immigration this is part of the much larger debate about dreamers people who are brought to this country illegally when they were children and this effort involving the farm bill is not the only effort out there republican congressman jeff denham of california is part of one of them and he's going to help talk us through this congressman welcome back to our studio thanks for coming by you gotta thanks for having me.
Rebellious Republicans move to force a House vote on 'Dreamers' despite leaders' objections
"Fornia jeff denham is seeking to force a floor vote and immigration more than half the house agrees the measure would force a vote on four immigration bills that would to some extent provide protections for hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought here illegally as children the measure only needs eighteen republicans to join with all democrats to force the vote denim says he's confident he can find the support capitol hill correspondent wally is gop senator john mccain of arizona urging his colleagues to vote against china's was confirmation for director mccain was detained.
"denham" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"Well as covering bobby's car and shit nineteen minute long puck and closer but the denham to that was me getting jim painter back and i was gonna leave him in san diego that's the plan was to leave him in san diego anyway but before that happened if you've heard that anywhere before that happened like a month before we were all going to san diego and then somebody had a cell phone they calls it hey midseason san diego she's going to be the show tonight i think it was me and kevin christie and champagne or maybe i'm not sure but we were thirty minutes out of town and we all just looked each other and we were like let's not let's just not we'll do mike's in cal in la does pointless to go down there and have to be mad at us to nerve wracking we turned around and i waited for that revenge for another month or two i had it in mind for a while waitresses let's give try scramble what is this how i know because while we turn around we're in fear of her we were in fear of her everybody was when she came in didn't got their eleanor the head wages of the time not she's a comedian she would should like let me know when you're going to get i would try to ever notice i'm coming back because it was the whistle and it was like it was on everybody scrambled mris here doing some wiped up and down go fucking cigarette out if you see coming in she saw you not working she could fire you in a second she was steinbrenner bro she was fucking steinbrenner she was fire happy she love doing it she feed it off firing people to capture young what you stop firing people that's why she died.
"denham" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"It's like doing a show in a bar in denham you know what's funny dude that's why i never did edinburgh i always wanted to go over there but it's a fucking month same thing with us stralia that some sort of australia comedy festival and it's like we'll go there for ten days like no you gotta be over here for thirty days and it's like what what the way they do with my fucking life back here just put it on hold you get somebody watch your dog and you hope your girlfriend doesn't run away that's tiger woods shit i was talking about last week when i went off on his wife can these fuck women who they get like where they marry these rich fucking guys that they don't have a job right and they have kids and they still get help they like fucking nanny this somebody clipping the hedges they don't do somebody clipping the kid everything yeah so i i so jokingly just fucking around saying the reason why i must around on his because she's lazy and that's very i don't know about you this very unattractive quality messy if you want the same shit they don't like who knows i mean if you wanna talk about entitlement i just found because i've had a process over and over again in in terms of in terms of what the whole spousal support thing i mean my wife did not she wrote a book she didn't have a job or whatever and then after it's done you think you're equals but then they're like i want support i want this and they can exploit that that's the saddest thing about fucking divorce is that it set up so the woman can break you no matter what and the reason i was putting the place might have been in earnest i mean if you think about people when they first put sport spouse of what i'm talking about kids not alimony spousal support so granted if you're married woman for twenty years and she's been doing nothing but making you feel better for your miserable life and then all of a sudden it's done because you went and fuck somebody did whatever and she's got a enter the world again with nothing i understand why.
Tornadoes, severe storms tear through parts of Southeast
"Investigating how well facebook secured its data britain's information commissioner elizabeth denham told channel four news that she wants to seize the servers owned by cambridge analytica in order to show the public how this data misuse happen i think it's critically important that there's trust and confidence of the public in our democratic institute russians facebook staff tried to search cambridge analytic has offices as well but denham said facebook backed off after she voiced concerns that it was tampering with evidence members of britain's parliament are also asking facebook to testify on the data misuse joanna kakissis npr news london heavy storms in the southeast spun off damaging tornadoes and hail on monday there's severe damage reported in northern alabama and parts of georgia but no serious injuries hail the size of baseballs broke out car windows and damaged other vehicles several schools will be closed in alabama so cleanup work can continue the atlanta journal constitution newspaper reports some schools in georgia will also be closed because of downed trees and other severe damage on wall street the dow jones industrial average is up one hundred one points at twenty four thousand seven hundred twelve the nasdaq is up twenty you're listening to npr news from k q e d news i'm brian watt the three women shot and killed at the veteran's home in yacht ville on march ninth are being remembered as smart talented women committed to easing the suffering of veterans christine lober and doctors jennifer gray golick and jennifer gonzalez shusha reba worked at the pathway home which served veterans with post traumatic stress disorder at.
"denham" Discussed on X96
"I was a joke just for terry his behavior comments late breaking news and move you related as well if you go on the youtubers right now you can see the first trailer that we've gotten from the venom movie denham venom of venom and others that spiderman a spiderman millon yep turned kinda hero so as not a spiderman movie no okay but it's a spiderman villain spiderman related yeah jason weather weather spiderman will be mentioned in the move you're not we still do not know by a tom hearty star ian that in class we cannot denham know there was as anything about the trails i watched it there's no special effects in it the rubbing had done it's it's a lot of tom hearty walking in the streets with narration and him being chased by cars on a motorcycle and then him lying on an mri table and then shaking violently yes okay minute that's the movie maybe it is three the they ended with him becoming venom well he's good he's good i'll watch it all right so so we got the farc's now there are three other mertz yeah we we did the arts these uh we will get the first season there are three being released and a one was was not screens not streamed the fives seven teen 15th 750 in seventeen to paris yallop's that gets the clint eastwood's movie about a terrorist attack that was on a train uh i remember the ins yeah and so but with a twist is for this one is that the the three guys that were involved on the train reallife are your actors in the film really yeah and so and eastwood's directing he's directing and so the the issue with this that i take is that they tried to do this with the movie called act of valor back and i think two thousand twelve ladder remember there and while it sound does ainley who did that was the only i think so uh what by issue with this though it is in his no disrespect our servicemen and women but there's people have a craft and they chose our destiny like you became a soldier and you became this where the people decide to be an actor and decided to be onstage and be able to represent what you have gone through and when you've reverse them and put a service in front.