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"ellison" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Hough forty seven point stood. He just like won that game on his own. I mean what forty seven points and russell. Wilson gave me twenty three. But i mean derrick henry. Wow wait respond did you. Derrick henry i do yes i do. I wouldn't and i haven't had a wide receiver. I couldn't get spot filled back. you know. It sucks so we like to go over to my my mother and father in law's house on sunday mornings. We'll get set just hanging out with kids. They're running around and they have the worst internet service ever so. I can't set my lineup. So i don't set might be what happened to you. Final set my lineup. Like twenty four hours in advance. I go over there and like well. The my lineup is what it is so good luck everybody can see your line about. I'll take a look at that. I hey we'll look at in during during the break all right. Let's take a look at the rest of the mountain west when we come back. How about that. Ellison the ellison hubbard show presented by crazy carl's pizza on northern colorado's voice one.
Officer Faces More Serious Charge in Daunte Wright Death
"A former Minnesota police officer who fatally shot motorists Dante right in April is facing more serious charges Minnesota prosecutors are now charging former Brooklyn center police officer Kim potter with first degree manslaughter in addition to the second degree count that she was already facing for the April shooting of a black motorist Dante right during a traffic stop activists were hoping that she'd face murder charges but potter's former chief had said she had meant to use her taser instead of her hand gun Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison reviewed the case and has concluded that an upgraded charge of first degree manslaughter was warranted for the officers reckless handling of a firearm I'm Jackie Quinn
Politico Highlights Rising Republican Sen. Tim Scott
"And politico is a very left wing site now and then it gets it right. But more than than now, And it it indicates the kind of Republicans that they like Mitch McConnell, his people leak to politico all the time. That says GOP mega donors flock to Tim Scott Building 2024 Buzz Oracle's Larry Ellison is the biggest name in a group of major Republican donors sending big money to South Carolina Scott It starts off this way. Republican Senator Tim Scott boarded a plane to Hawaii earlier this year to meet with one of the richest people in the world tech titan Larry Ellison. Ellison's remote Lanai Island home owner. I'm jealous. Was well out of the South Carolina senators way. But for Scott, who like the 76 year old Ellison is an outspoken advocate for school choice. Cultivating the mogul has paid dividends. And could help. Propel a 2024 presidential bid. Since last October, Ellison has contributed $10 million to an outside group aligned with the senator. A huge sum even in the Super Pac era, and the business owners biggest known contribution in three decades as a political donor. Scott's Behind the scenes courtship of Allison illustrates how the senator has quietly become a powerhouse fundraiser and a major force within the Republican Party. Scott, the only black Republican in the Senate. Has seen his profile rise since delivering the party's response the President Joe Biden's joint address to Congress in April, It's developing a vast network of small and large dollar donors. That spans his party's ideological spectrum, helping him far outraced Senate colleagues this year. The pro Scott Super Pac Opportunity Matters Fund has drawn support from conservative donors like Richard Gabby, who is bankrolled the likes of former President Donald Trump and Georgia representative Marjorie Tele Green. Scott has also received backing from the party's mainstream
Why Mealtimes Are so Much More Than Feeding and Manners
"What is going on when a baby who is one year old is throwing food down the first time. That happens very likely an experiment. Let's see what happens causing effect dropping this food. Oh it goes on the floor because babies are explorers learners and they're experimenting all the time so our baby does that and maybe they feel something from us. They probably do feel something from us. Because ellison gop knicks extensive studies show. That children are born with a lantern. Type attention as opposed to what we start to develop more as we mature which is a spotlight attention so with the spotlight attention. We can get distracted and miss something going on over here. Because i'm focusing over here. Well a baby actually can't do that. They are taking everything all the time. So even if they're not looking at us they're feeling us. They're sensing our emotions. They're sensing if we're comfortable for sure. And it's not something that they can turn on and off this lantern is always on there always taking us in but if we don't see this as a basically competent person that we're dealing with then. We're probably going to be less likely to be attuned. So if we're not being attuned in the situation for not tuning into the person than to us it might seem like. She's just randomly throwing food. She doesn't know what she's doing. Just sort of more absent minded. I'm not intentional. I'm not aware but what are baby is actually doing their even the first time that this happens where we might say. Oh whoops you drop that down and it went all the way down to the floor while you're eating. I want you to keep the food at the table please. And i'm approaching this whole activity as an intimate activity. I'm not distracting. My child and i'm not going to be distracted myself. These are prime caregiving times. Where children really need our full attention and we will get more out of it to that way than if we're just trying to get food into a baby were actually kind of teaching or engaging or president. They're responding to us and it will feel more satisfying for us as well. So feeding with the riot. Approach with magda gerbers approach. It's not just about fueling our child with food. It's about fueling our relationship
Space station supplies launched with a pizza delivery for 7
"This could be a record for a pizza delivery voyage to the international space station and we have liftoff of the seventh Northrop Grumman is blasted a cargo ship into space from the Virginia shore heading toward the international space station launch control describes the S. S. Ellison Onizuka now on its way to the international space station to deliver more than eight thousand two hundred pounds of cargo that eighty two hundred pound shipment includes fresh apples kiwifruit and the pizza kit designed for seven astronauts will also receive a mounting bracket for new solar wings and slime mold for an educational experiment called blob this is Northrup Grummond sixteenth supply run for NASA SpaceX will deliver more supplies in a few weeks hi Jackie Quinn
"ellison" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"And do that so he was always augment. The you know the three aspects of i talk about them in the book about you. Know awakeness reciptivity and community. So how do you like really allow community and receptivity in and so we do these diet experiences to actually help each other. Remember actually kind of going back to what you were saying earlier. That actually feels good. It's difficult and might be made also not like at the same time but there's something about wow just sitting with someone not really doing anything but just being together. Oh i was freaking out to do it and then it'd be looking at somebody who was also kind of freaking out their faces like breaking out in like involuntary tics. You know it's really a strange thing that you'd never let me do with bianca you. You didn't want us to sit next to each other or do these exercises together. But i did find or i remember. My son was really young at the time. And and i would sometimes do. I would curl up with him in his crib and just stare and see how long the staring contest could go. He was really good at it. I don't know if i haven't tried it with them recently. But i did find that in my conversations with bianca. I was when we were more looking at each other. She actually doesn't have real real by was the one with more blocked and the intimacy level of Than her so But i did find that that was creating greater connection as much as i actively hated the exercise while doing it and overtime i relaxed into it the first couple of times you do it. It's it's tough much more. My conversation with coaching. Paly ellison right. After this you may not be feeling down and out in depressed or like you're at a total loss but if you're stress is high your temper is shorter than usual or even if you're starting to feel strain in any of your relationships you could probably use the chance to unload unload the stress and get it out. Talk to someone who's completely unbiased about your life. Someone who isn't going to judge.
"ellison" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"Just one item business. We've got some exciting news here if you've been listening to the show for a while you've probably heard me talk about our companion meditation app which is also called ten percent happier. The app is a place you can go to practice all the things we talk about here on the podcast and you can do so with meditations that are led by some of our most popular podcast guests. It's sort of like science class in college. The podcast is the lecture. The app is the lab. So whether you're interested in treating yourself with a little bit more compassion hard conversations without hurting your relationships or pausing and taking a breath instead of snapping at your kids or anybody else you can learn the skills here on the podcast and then practice them over on the app but just like the college lab section motivating yourself to actually put into practice. Time is hard those few milliseconds between closing the podcast app and firing up the meditation app. A rife with possibilities for distraction. You know new email. A breaking news. Alert the temptation to scroll on social media. It's pretty easy to get derailed. That's why we're now trying something new. This show the ten percent happier podcast will now be available inside our companion app so that you can seamlessly toggle between the show and practicing the things we talk about on the show learning to doing no friction between to get started. Download the ten percent happier app in the apple app store. Then tap on the podcast tab at the bottom of the screen. One final note before we dive into this conversation with the male friend. Koshen paleo ellison. This conversation does include some references to sensitive topics including the lived experiences of hatred and abuse. That said it all comes within the context of discussions about healing and vulnerability so here we go now with coaching. paleo ellison. Nice you nice to see you translations on your new book thank you thank you. What does zombie land zombie. Lan for me is the way that we are just like moving around in our live. You see bodies moving. Like i just came from twenty third street and you see people. They see the bodies walking down the street. But they're engrossed in distraction and they're just like hungry in the if you look at their people's eyes when they're looking into their phone as they're walking and just like rumor. You can almost feel like zombie quality. It's like they're gonna like what they need to eat. The brain that they need to eat is inside the phone. And it's heartbreaking and amazing. And i saw this person this morning coming out of starbucks on their phone with their lot or whatever it was like wow and so bumped into someone walking down the street and they're like well you know without even turning away for one second they might as well just like i and it's just how it can be. What was his home. Important for you to invoke zombie land right at the front of your book for me is one of the things that i'm most concerned about. And i feel that in my practice as a zen teacher and as psychotherapist and as a contemporary of care person. I feel that all the time that this the blinders feels thicker than ever where people don't want to see really what they see and then it's almost like that the she ll. It's like a shield over people's eyes and just feels heartbreaking and yet. There's this incredible hunger and i feel like it's actually one of the reasons i what inspired me. That kind of zombie like quality that is taking over. And that's why like in the book talk about the how pervasive social isolation as and how people are so fragmented and not actually connecting with the people who they really care about. And it's one of the pandemics of our time and i think that there's no mistake that you know all of these zombie. Tv shows and movies are constantly in people's minds and sambas actually come from one of the origins of the term come from Orphan children where they're just like starving for father and mother for warmth and care. And i feel like actually knowing kind of archaic where it comes from is mix it even more interesting is that we're like a society becoming us society of orphans where we don't even know how to connect to our partners to our friends and it's so sad and we see social isolation you know the cost of it it's leading to You know. I don't know exactly the causal link here but we see social isolation at the same time as we see rising anxiety depression suicide rates especially among young people. Something's going on here. And obviously a lot of it can be linked to the phone and the social media apps on the phone but it's also just the way we live now to you know bowling alone. That great book by the harvard researcher came out before the phone. And as far as i can remember the whole idea that we we now. This was a famous book. About how we we used to have bowling leagues now bowl alone and this is so this this trends this transmission going on for a long time. So what do you think we can as an individual somebody listening to this. What what can they do about it for themselves with a great question and to me the key is to really learn how to first address it and notice how are behaviors. You know the historical. But i talked about that. Our actions are true belongings. Like how are we actually functioning and me able to feel embarrassed and have kind of a healthy embarrassment about how functioning and to jus- appreciate how much of it is covering our own vulnerability and how we hide because we're scared and there's no that is nothing new and the what's happened is that we don't have the connections that we used to have so we used to be you know maybe forty thousand years ago you know in the cave with our folks and of course people are afraid but now we're afraid and feel vulnerable and yet we don't have anyone to turn to and i hear this more and more thinking about my friends and in her to a low dog she's this incredible physician midwife karate person. She's incredible she didn't expect karate okay. She's incredible she's a martial artist and an herbalist. She's like this incredible being and she was talking about when people come into her practice for primary care that she asked them when the first things she asked you know. So who are your five. Who are the five people who right now. We could call and no matter what they would be here and what she's been seeing since the eighties is. Maybe this is near the time when this really began to tilt is that she experiences. Many people now sang.
"ellison" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"You were a teammate experience. That where you're like. Wow okay i get it so the mental health thing. you know. it's the real serious thing you you can't just go in there and not mentally be right or you're going to hurt yourself or fail miserably. So i i look at it. As if i'm gonna go in here and squat six hundred and five pounds. I need to be mentally. I can't go in here today cloudy. Dial my mind's focused on other things or i'm focused on this or let's say something's really bothering me. You know somebody definite family or you know something really harsh happened. Sure i i have to. You know look at myself and be like cannot do this. Do i really feel like i can do this. Or if i go in here in. My mind is all cluttered. I'm gonna break something. Yeah i'm gonna tear something because i'm not focused. So that's why. I'm all with simone. Biles is don't go out there and and mess up an opportunity for yourself if you don't think you're fully ready you know. Let let somebody else step in because you want to let them get better at you know. They're fully ready. They're fully focus. They wanna they. They're they're mentally right. You need to come back and you need to get yourself fully prepared. And i think she's fully prepare now to do this being. I think we tend to agree on that side of it too. All right man a lot of a lot of stuff to get back to. We'll be back at it next week. We actually have some practice to digest two so You'll give us what you can of course without bleeding over the playbook or anything like that friday. September third south dakota state. It is the green out young alumni. Game cannot wait about ready. Seven o'clock friday night and about a month away. You ready to rock and roll. I'm ready to go do some squats. We think all right. It's been the ellison hubbard show presented by crazy. Carl pizza ellison until next week my friend. So you guys then..
"ellison" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"All the ellison hubbard show presented by crazy. Carl's pizza. now here's hubbard and haul five minutes. After they want o'clock hour the very first edition of the alison hubbard show presented by crazy. Carl's pizza ellison. My friend you flew in here. Oh my goodness opened the door and you were still running in. It was like you're still practicing with my juggle water ready to go. I was ready to juggle water in water. How much do you got down to that now or is it just bought this to so yeah. I got some work to do. So as a gallon. You got drink one of those day pretty much and you carry that with you and it's cool and stuff and it's fine. You don't care really a warm guy. Try to keep refrigerated man kid some ice q. Laziness out of the opposable. I can't drink water. i'll do it sometimes but at home. It's like i gotta have ice in it. Yeah mean warm water. How can't do that can't has a practice. Starts this week. You ready to rock and roll. man. I'm ready to go. I'm ready to go. It's been a long long time. How funny to say it to you though practice because you basically practicing all the time like every time i talked to practicing at thought not practice started. But you've got you've got other things that you're doing throughout the course of the summer and i can see the confusion. Everybody thinks this practice is easy to confuse me. You know that by now so but yes but this is like full on. This is fooling like ped- hats things like that before was training and ota's kind of what the nfl does. Yeah just training working out running around you know getting cardio going win being ready to go now we can mess with the pads when you guys get paid you know when you get paid yet or is that i mean we were just looking at the schedule actually three days after okay three days and then start getting you put him pets. So you guys are checking in is that right. You're checking in on wednesday and then so then full on practice source thursday. I'm pulling up. Yeah players report wednesday and then you get going thursday. Looks like nine thirty to noon. Is that i mean that's going to be should be cooler this week though so you got to appreciate that. Oh i know. I'm pumped man. Of course this is the ellison hubbard show. It's it's a great opportunity for our listeners to hear a players insight for a full hour every single monday exactly..
"ellison" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Thirteen ten kfi k. What that whole against this is zach stevens with. Dnv our broncos and you're listening to the host joel on thirteen ken. Kfi we to figure out what kind of music you like to know. So we gotta get your intro. We've gotta get that. Get that intro. And we'll get all the liners done for you and it'll berjaud crazy. Corals pizzas. i get. That's me doing that boy. It's gotta be like a hard knocks kind of interests. Yeah yeah okay. let's do it. It makes them to work up like that. We we made the announcement of course alison hubbard defensive lineman for the colorado state. Rams we start to officially every monday one. Two o'clock you're going to give us. You're going to give us the our man. That's great with the ellison hubbard. Show ellison takes over k of k for an hour and we're going to talk. Obviously we're gonna talk see issue..
"ellison" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"If you agree with anything that I have said, and you want to be a part of this movement and it is a movement to unseat Senator Marco, Rubio, please donate, what you can join our team, we have a very diverse team with over a thousand volunteers people come from all walks of life and from every single state we want you, we need you. We can't do it without me back. Please read up on the issues and and see what else you can learn to have a couple of petitions to help in Veteran's suicide, and to support for the people at, and the John Louisville. So please join our, join our team, we need and what you have my support. Thank you so much for coming on man. Thank you very much. Tell Richard I said, hey all right, I will take care man. All right off. Great Alan Ellison. I hope he wins, man. Love that guy. And now, without further Ado, let me bring on lb. How are you baby? I'm good, I hear me. Yeah, yes, yes. Just a little, it's obvious. A little. He was great. Did you get a chance to hear anything up his name? Just the end. They're just about 5:10 a.m. to the end there. So just it's hard having a grass-roots, it's a lot of work. So yeah, I wish him luck in Marco Rubio. Walk around that guy before I give you the biggest pat-on-the-back. I just going to do a quick head. Don't worry, it's not anything that you're going to laugh at. It's not manscaping or blue chew or anything like that. Are you a betting woman lb?.
Getting Acquired: How to Build and Sell Startups With Andrew Gazdecki
"It staff important ellison customer. So i saw. There's one user building. These really nice apps for hotels in switzerland so these multimillion dollar ramada hotels and i thought okay colder dislike millionaire using my platform to build apps for his. I assumed own the hotels which he did it. So i got on the phone with him and i chatted with him a little bit and quickly found out. He was building these apps on behalf of his clients because he was doing the marketing for these hotels. And i just asked him one simple question. Never forget it. I just asked him. How can i help you. Sell more of these absences. You know incredible. And then that's when we shifted over from selling directly to small businesses so we stopped cold calling and we shifted over to a white label reseller model where we partnered with web design agencies all across worlds or i White label partner was in switzerland. And so we translated the apps In a bunch of different languages and then instead of selling one app at a time we partnered with web design agencies at had you know ten clients or hundred lines or sometimes even a thousand clients and it would use our software to build apps for all of these customers. So that's when the business kind of really took off So that was our initial kind of go to market long story. Short cocoa didn't work. Listen to customers in you. Know they definitely had some good ideas and at kinda really hope. Change the trajectory of business. Apps thing i always talk to you fire nation about is are you solving a real problem for a real individual free real business. Are you providing in amazing solution preferably the number one solution to a real problem and you can say yes then. Guess what even though is still tough you can call these businesses you can target individuals and say hey i have a real solution to an actual problem that you are experiencing. Would you like to hear more. Or i love exactly what andrew did and go. Hey what is your biggest struggle. What is your biggest challenge. What are your obstacles that you have. Is there something that. I'm hearing back from these individuals and businesses that i want in ken creative solution for
Former Disney Channel Star Alyson Stoner on Mental Health Struggles
"Ellison. What an honor and privilege to meet you to talk to you and to hear you a nasal story so part cost today. Thank you so much. It's truly mutual and honored to be here as well thank you. I'm a great fan of yours. I watched you in. You're a little girl and in movies you've done and you've got such a phenomenal story. Would you mind share you story with the audience. Yes sure. I began working in entertainment at six years old and it was a fulltime job. You could say. It was a combination of training and learning about the craft also embarking on the industry side of things so meeting with agencies and having representatives and going on these auditions and it was a very reoccupying all consuming endeavor that ended up up rooting my entire family from ohio. All the way to the other side of the country to las angeles. And you know there's a mixed way of interpreting this because in many ways i was very very fortunate to have experienced quite a significant amount of success. Early on you could call it. Beginner's luck you could call it really great mentorship from my teachers. But there's also the flip side. Which is the psychological impact the developmental impact when you're removed from normal socialization. And when you're no longer in academic settings and you're you're learning a lot of different patterns that deeply embed themselves and and and give you a sense of reality that's quite skewed from the quote unquote normal. So it's been a multi layered experience but it's the story that i have to work with so here. We are turning turning everything we can into something purposeful. I love it and you've become a huge mental health advocate and just before we began. You made a very interesting comments about helping others in two different states one way you still proceeding through and one way you sort of proceed through now you moving into that other side. Can you talk about this. Because i found it really stinks. Yes as i'm meeting with a lot of different folks in the space were discussing the advocacy at hand for child actors child performers in terms of labor laws in terms of mental health practitioners on sets etc etc. I'm noticing that of course everyone is at different stages of their own healing and process. And you know some like to bring their pain into their advocacy because it's it's the passion it's the spark it's the fire that that really keeps them going
Reflections on the Year Since the Murder of George Floyd
"Attorney general ellison welcome to washington post. Live great to be with you jonathan. Thank you before we talk about the derek chauvin trial and the killing of george. Floyd have to talk about some breaking news that hit just about an hour ago. Your office released a statement acknowledging that you are taking on the prosecution of kim potter. She's the former book brooklyn center. Minnesota police officer Who shot and killed dante. Right on april eleventh. Why are you taking on that prosecution. Well we've been asked to take on the case and we're willing to do it because we're public servants and win. The public needs service. We step up to do the work we're called to do and so we're going to handle the case with seriousness with all due regard for the precious life of dante right And you know. And we're going to seek justice in an affair trial and let me just note for everybody can potteries presumed innocent given that you were the prosecutor in the derek chauvin trial. Is that a template for how you will proceed against can potter because every single case is unique cases are unique as fingerprints. All of them are different in many different ways. So we will. We're our approach will be tailored to the case itself and i don't want anyone to expect that because we did one thing in one case we're going to do the same thing in another case what people can expect as we will bring the same level of urgency and commitment and fairness and professionalism after that anything could be different
Too Soon? The CDC Relaxes Mask Guidance for Fully Vaccinated
"Okay ellison aubrey. Since the new mass guidance from the cdc came out different groups. Industries have responded. Let's start with businesses. Sure i mean. Many of the big retailers are dropping their masking requirements including walmart. Costco starbucks walmart says. It supports employees. Who may choose to continue to wear masks. Even if they're fully vaccinated and all of these chains are encouraging people who are not vaccinated to continue to mask now over the weekend cd. Rochelle walinsky was pressed about the new policy and she cautioned. That masks will be with us for a while. Likely said a lot of people are not vaccinated and they should be masking in many settings. He or she is on nbc. This was not permission to shed masks for everybody everywhere. This was really science driven individual assessment of your risk. And now we all need to work together and cdc is hard at work now saying what does this mean for schools for travel for camps for businesses. I think what she's getting at here. Mattie is there is more guidance to come now. They've shifted this strategy unmasking. A lot of the other guidance for what to do in the office what to do in schools will need to get looked at again reviewed now given how hard it is to police the new policy. I mean it's hard to know who is or isn't vaccinated. This really just comes down to the honor system and dr walinsky ask people to be honest with themselves because people who are not vaccinated are putting themselves at risk. Yeah i i mean alison. This was the part kind of blew me away. I mean this puts the burden on individuals to do the right thing by themselves and also by others. And i i don't know i don't think we have evidence that an honor system will work in the us especially with the stakes being this high. Well there definitely are critics. Marc perron is president of the united food and commercial workers international union which represents about one point three million frontline retail and grocery store workers. He says the guy insists confusing. And that the cdc has failed to consider how it will impact essential workers who face frequent exposure to people who are not vaccinated. And some refuse to wear masks. I think that the guidance should busy. People should wear masks at least until we get to that herd immunity number. We're not there yet. We only have about forty percent of the population fully vaccinated and i. I think that we could have waited another couple of months. And there's also similar concern from nurses mattie leaders of the national nurses united which is the largest union of registered nurses in the. Us say the new policy threatens the lives of patients nurses and other frontline workers across the
Minnesota's Attorney General Reacts to Derek Chauvin Guilty Verdict
"Attorney General Keith Ellison, reacting to the jury's verdict today that former police officer Derrick Show Vin has been found guilty for killing George Floyd, When I became the lead prosecutor for the case, I asked for time and patience. To review the facts, gather evidence and prosecute for the murder of George Floyd to the fullest extent the law allowed. I want to thank the community for giving us that time and allowing us to do our work. Sheldon now faces up to 40 years in prison.
"ellison" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals
"Not seven graphs seven versions. I miss the mark several times before. I finally hit the story and it came together for me. I was getting ready to walk away from it. Sometimes it doesn't work. Yes yeah you walked away from mini books bookstaver. No no. i've put things down for a little while and worked on other things at several of the standalone. Especially the first ones that i was writing on. Spec i was. I was writing inbetween other books. And you know oh. I've got a month until the next revision is due. I'm going to work on this. So there was a little bit of that but i've never planned to just abandon a story. I mean this is my. I'm writing now my twenty fifth books. This is my twenty fourth novel. That's pretty good that out of out of all that. There's only really been one. That i was just going to throw up my hands but i was in the middle of the pandemic and we we got away. We went and house sat and the change of scenery. Everything clicked in sometimes. Sometimes that's just what you need. You just need a different environment. Yeah yeah that's great. Look make your name with Thriller series fiction as we've discussed and your homicide detective a nashville tyler jackson. She's one of your most popula heroines again. He would very closely with the nashville police including sitting on on post-mortems which seemed to me on by a sort of beyond the call of duty. Is that one of the hardest things that you've done in your research. Yes hands down hands down. I did a number of ride alongs with police with metro. Homicide with the troll. I've talked to the fbi toward facilities Worked with the field office. The one thing i hadn't done was an in person autopsy. I'd done online ones which are incredibly helpful. But i had never done the the actual sit down in person and do it. And i was terrified and i was worried. I was afraid there would be somebody my father's age or a child. I didn't know is they. Don't just do one autopsy. At a time. they do multiple autopsies at once. And of course there was a man. My dad's age and there was a child and there was a woman my age and there was a teenager and it was just both horrifying and fascinating and possibly the most spiritual experience i have ever had because i was so terrified at the beginning i mean i wouldn't even get near the bodies i was on the other side of the room and by the end i literally had my head looking inside a person and i dare anybody who doesn't believe that there is a higher power to look inside somebody and realize we're all just little machines. Were all exactly the same inside so there is something that makes us who we are spirit. Soul whatever you wanna call it and i i absolutely believe that and it really was horrible and wonderful at the same time. I'm not going to do it again. That's an amazing thing. All i could imagine with the horrible smell did it didn't smell i mean that's you know. Relatively this is terrible. Fresh bodies don't smell. They only really smell if they've been decomposing. And these were not decomposed bodies. These were thinking more of the formaldehyde. Sort of just the very. I mean it smells no more than a lab than than anything else very clean. It was bright was it was not. It was the exact opposite of everything. You would imagine everything you've seen on. Tv is not right. It's worth doing our wrote a whole piece about it. On my blog called icy dead people a little tongue in cheek there but it was. It was truly a formative experience for me and i'm so glad i did it and so glad we always put links to things that are mentioned in our podcast so our lookout that blog and we'll put a link to it. There were people who might be interested in seeing a fuller account of their that. I found fascinating. Look you mentioned that you did a bridge in the fbi series. So you co-authored deck with katherine coulter who already has be seller if b is series. That she's writing. How did they co authoring. Come about and who which one of you got to do. The bridge pat and was set. The brit parts the fun part so catherine was looking for a co writer because she had a series idea of britain. The fbi that she wanted to do and as it happens. I'm at her agency. So that worked out very nicely. Her agent mentioned it to my agent. My agent mentioned it to me. And i wasn't planning to do co writing but this is katherine coulter. She's a legend. I've been reading her my whole life so i said absolutely throwing my name in the hat hat in the ring. Throw my hat in the ring. And then i didn't hear anything for a couple of months and i figured that wasn't happening so i just done a new deal with mira. My regular publisher for for new books and literally. That deal closed on friday and on monday morning. I got a call. Listen you're about to get a job offer and then the phone rang and it was katherine. An all i can remember is within two minutes. I was laughing hysterically. Because she's really funny and we just took off from there. So the process every corroding team has a different process. We i would go out to her house in california and we would spend the week plotting out the book. I brought it back to national and drafted it talking to her regularly. You know about what's going on. Here's where i am you know. Oh this isn't working the way we thought let's fix it. And then when i finished the draft i would give it back to her because i don't. I'm not good at doing pages. Having them looked at and having them be finalized well. I can't see the whole story until the whole story. Is there so she was very gracious to let me do do it. My way and it worked out really well. So i dragged sheet edited. Send it back to me at that. She'd take one more pass in than we would turn it in in that. That worked really really well. We did six books in the series and it was a blast. I did a lot of the british. She did a lot of the british. She's got she's got family there. I i'm fascinated and love england and scotland and so spent a lot of time there. I yeah it's it's not hard not hard. It's hard not to have british characters in my book actual. It's great turning a bit now from the specific books to your wider career. You head quite a fascinating time before you even turn your attention to being a full time author. I wonder if you could give us a little bit of part biography of that period. You worked full time in politics before you went back to what hit always been. I think i love the idea of writing. How did that experience. The non writing experienced feed into your writing. You know i don't. That's a hard question because everything we do forms us into the person we are right and so without that we can't be the writer that we are but everything i did was nothing related to what i do now. I went to school thinking. I was going to be a writer and i was going to get an mfa and master. Fine arts which is the degree that professional riders get.
"ellison" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals
"J. t. ellison has sold millions of psychological thrillers. All around the world nearly thirty can't treat but her latest book. Her dak lies is a gothic spine. Chiller featuring international billionaires and a mysterious boost. Why does that kind of sound familiar. It should do. Because it's a retailing of. Daphne is classic page to an rebecca welcome to the joys of binge eating the show for anyone who ever got to the end of a great book and wanted to read the knicks installment we interview successful series authors and recommended beast and mystery suspense historical and romance series. So you'll never be without a book you can put down. You'll find this episode. Show notes the free e book and lots more information at the joys of binge reading dot com. And now he's asher. Hi i'm your host jeannie wheeler and binge waiting today. Jt talks about writing her. Dot lies about the national thriller series with homicide to take up taylor jackson that made her name and co hosting an emmy award winning books. Podcast a full transcript of abject plus links to jetties books and media can be found on the website the joys of binge reading dot com. Come on by and leave us your comments and suggestions we love to hear from you but now he is. J. t. hallo the jt and welcome to the show. It's great have you with us. Thank you so much for having me. I'm thrilled to be here. Look sewed or you've published millions of books in twenty eight countries. You've won awards your share hosting an emmy award. Tv show about ox. You sound as if you're really on the top of the mountain talk now you've chosen space is domestic and why and psychological thrillers. And i'm quite interested in how you differentiate between those two things and we the read is look for something specifically different in the two to me psychological thriller cash agrees such a fantastic question. Because yes i think there is a difference between the two. I think they overlap very very nicely. But i think the domestic are is is exactly that it is domestic. It is something that is very personal and very individual. It's imagine your neighbor chat in the streets and then your neighbor goes inside their house and they close the door. And you just never really know what's happening behind those closed doors that to me is the epitome of the domestic nor the psychological thriller. That's broader in my mind. I feel like that encompasses more professionals in the in the field whether it's a policemen or a private detective or anything along those lines that would bring in element of law enforcement. I think that as part to do with it though that can obviously appear in domestic more but the other thing is that it's probably slightly bigger canvas. It's not necessarily just what's happening inside that house. It's what's happening inside that house. That's affecting all the people around it so it just it gets a little bit bigger a little bit broader. It can be a little more twisted. You can bring in different points of view. I think more that domestic new ours are they're going to be in first person a lot of them. They're going to be very. It's going to be very personal and a psychological thrillers going to have multiple points of view. And it's it's just going to be a little bit bigger. That's my theory. I may be completely wrong. Could we say that. Initially your series books were more in the psychological thriller category and now with the standard lines that you've been working on and we'll talk about your latest one who lies in in very short moment. They are more the domain Sort of areas that right. So you've moved up. Look a bit from psychological furlough into the domestic. Noi i have. I've i've flipped the paycheck. So the first number of books i did. Were from the law enforcement perspective. There were victims. Obviously that things happen to. And i might even be in their heads and be explaining it. But the predominant characters were the the police. Taylor jackson samantha owens. The britain fbi series. All of those that came from the law enforcement point of view. When i started doing stand-alones that i walked inside door and imagine what it would be like for the policemen to come to my door. Instead of me being the policeman knocking on the door it was just a complete flip of the script and there are a lot of fun i mean. It's it's there's a lot. I having this conversation with my husband the other day that heroes in in thrillers. They're immortal right. You know because it's a series. That hero is not going to dock in in the suspense genre l. All bets are off. It's very possible that the main character is going to be killed. It's entirely possible that somebody close to them is going to be killed. It's just different. It's just a slightly different take on things just from the other side of the door. Yeah now. I loved the description that i read of one review of her dark lights. They competed to daphne damore as rebecca as a kind of gothic story. And i think there were at that really hit the nail in terms of some of the parallels. It's a creepy story about a family of international billionaires. Of course they have to be somebody like the jaycees also swirled but they destroyed from the inside and there's all sorts of stuff going on on the inside and some of the voices at the time. You're not quite sure who it is. That speaking this mystery behind some of the voices and i wondered was rebecca in there in the background. When you were conceiving of the story absolutely it's one of my favorite books. I i've read it. I don't know how many times i've read it. But i reread. It and i actually listened to it this time. I did it on audio. And there were a couple of things that truly stood out to me and one was the choice that demaria makes that. Rebecca is dead in that in that story that she that she is dead and how she died and all of that and that really got into my head and i started thinking about how that would be to be marrying somebody whose wife has died and they don't necessarily know exactly what's happened and that was definitely my springboard into the story. I was very interested at the injured in the acknowledgements. You talk a little bit about the circumstances surrounding your initial inspiration for the story and then you sort of indicate that it might have been quite a difficult birth to get. It all told giggle. And it's extremely intricately plotted. So i wondered if you could just give us a bit of an idea of that prices. From conception to delivery. I started with this being more of a retelling of rebecca than anything else. And that's not that's not what the book was. And that's not what the book wanted to be. But that's kind of where i set myself up. It was a really difficult book to write. It was one of the hardest books i've ever written. I had two knee surgeries. Why i was writing it. So i had surgery brain so you know we chuck it up a little bit but there was just something elusive about the characters and i couldn't land on their names. I changed their names multiple times. Because none of the names would work..
Opening arguments xx-cop's trial in George Floyd's death start Monday
"I'm Julie Walker opening statements in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin who is white and charged with second and third degree murder and second degree manslaughter in the death of George Floyd a black man are set for Monday the trial is expected to last about four weeks it will be live streamed and broadcast Floyd was declared dead after show up and pressed his knee on Floyd's neck for about nine minutes while handcuffed pleading he couldn't breathe judge Peter Cahill is respected and has a reputation as no nonsense Keith Ellison the state's first black Attorney General is leading the prosecution show opens lead attorneys Eric Nelson who often represents officers the jury is made up of nine women and six men nine of them identify as white forest black too was mixed race they range in age from twenties to sixties I'm Julie Walker
Chicago Halts Vaccine to Innovative Express Care After More Than 6K Doses ‘Misallocated'
"Department of Public Health has stopped sending vaccine to a second provider Bill Cameron says this one was contracting to vaccinate CPS employees. City else's innovative express care knowingly misallocated more than 6000 doses of vaccine, including using vaccine allocated for second doses for first dose appointments instead. Completely unacceptable behavior, says public health care, Mr Ellison are ready to my priority is getting Chicago vaccinated and making sure that if we have providers who are not I performing in ways that meet our efficiency equity on degenerate goals around vaccination. They won't be vaccine providers for us right now, New providers are taking over CPS vaccinations. No camera in the 8 $90 their last names. Those with vaccination appointments tomorrow will be rescheduled for the near future. Those appointments from Thursday and after will be vaccinated. At the same high school where they were originally scheduled.
Are You Eligible? Here's Who Qualifies for COVID Vaccine Under Chicago's Phase 1C
"Chicago will move to phase one Sea of Cove in 19 vaccination eligibility on March 29th. But Dr Ellison, our body of the city's Department of Public Health, cautions that vaccines may not be available right away. More vaccine is coming. April or May is going to be your opportunity to get vaccinated in Phase one C in Chicago Phase one C means that residents with underlying health conditions and other essential workers such as restaurant employees can get vaccinated. They're Lightfoot says she was disappointed to learn that Loretta Hospital distributed dozens of covert 19 vaccines to workers at Trump Hotel in downtown Chicago, who were not yet eligible to get the shots. But they recognize that this is mistaking absolutely could never be repeated, and it's a cautionary tale. For any other provider. Hospital officials said The vaccine event held at the downtown hotel was meant to benefit mostly black and brown workers. Loretta Hospital, which operates on the city's West side, was the first facility to administer the vaccine in Chicago.
Here's The Deal With The United Center Vaccination Site In Chicago
"Let's start with governor pritzker. This is what he had to say today about. The vaccine roll out in illinois has neighboring michigan announces. That it will open. Vaccinations everybody starting. In april as we have promised here in illinois and as we have been promised by the federal government that we would reach one hundred thousand doses per day by the middle of march. We've arrived mike flannery. The president says everybody's going to be eligible by may first governor pritzker says we're game here in illinois. Do you believe it i do. I think they the after a rough start. I talk peres. Says a guy who went around to the walmart and cvs is and the to supercenter over one hundred eighth woodland asking. Have you got any leftover back. Seen vaccines for the poor. Things have really gotten a lot better. I've got both my doses of the pfizer vaccine. I think this thing is finally on track. And i see mike flannery down there in beverly get your green tie in the irish flag. You're getting ready for a certain holiday in a few weeks. Megan hickey there's been a lot of confusion at the united center about who exactly has been eligible. The city has changed. Its eligibility standards because so many folks from outside of chicago or signing up as of now who is eligible to get the vaccine at the united center right now. They're still in the one. A one b Young people within the city limits and really the rules changed in the middle of the game because obviously when people started signing up it was a much broader eligibility than that and that was honestly source of a lot of confusion over the weekend and even into monday and tuesday because you know the the eligibility requirements changed in a lot of the people who maybe were outside of chicago who had signed up. Were confused they do. What does my appointment still count. If i go there you know my still going to be able to get my second dose. Are they going to say good luck. Find it somewhere else so there were just a lot. We were getting a lot of confusion about that and you know that on top of some scheduling issues. People getting error messages when they were trying to sign up. You know saying oh no actually. Your appointments been rescheduled and then another email saying disregard that that email was was not It's not accurate so meghan or those. Yeah i'm still ongoing. Or if they have the iron those out we're hearing less you know less confusion about it. I'm i'm not certain that it's been entirely ironed out. I know we asked how many people got error messages. How many people were involved in that which we never actually got a hard number on that but just being out there. I was at the united center. Monday on tuesday monday. Even before you know nations had started a lot of people were complaining about that. But i will say once. They made their way through the vaccination processing came out on the other end. They were so grateful and hopeful and almost had forgotten that they were so Set before they had gone into. Get their shot in greg pratt part of this roll out. The city says now they will be reaching out to the hardest hit zip codes to urge people to come to the united center to get their vaccination. Is that helping at all. drive up the equity numbers. Yeah i think so. I think the making it eligible for neighborhoods like south shore little villages. Ellison is is clearly going to drive that up there are people from those neighborhoods who are signing up for it I think that that's been very helpful. That was major problem in the beginning. It's less of a problem but it's probably one of those things that without more. Without ongoing targeting an ongoing efforts aimed at reaching those communities can very easily all off. Which would be bad. So it's so it's so they're they're working consciously work on an and that's probably a good thing
Supporting pupils with ADHD in the blended learning environment with Ellis Seddon
"Today i'm joined by ellison who's a student teacher on our secondary religious education program. Hi l. s. that thomas. Thanks for coming today. You've carried out a piece of literature based research for your lead partnership school who we can't name because of the terms of the ethic approval for the research project but this school and they gave you a topic to look into because of interest to them for their own kind of school development. So what was that topic that the school gave you said topic was an kind of split into three parts. They gave us a choice of either looking at vulnerable learners. And whatever that might be whether it's saw or more able and talented excetera ben. They said we could do a study on blended learning on how we teach in a blended learning environment or the third option was to combine those two together. So how do you help. Specific categories of vulnerable learners within a blended learning environment. And given the time that we're in to me that was the one of most interested. That's the one. I counted -able so vulnerable learners in the blended environment. And did you need to narrow that down tool anymore to make it manageable. Did you come from a subject tangled. Did you have to do anything with that topic. Once he picked option three from the hat yes exactly yeah so we had to narrow it much further because obviously vulnerable learners and such a white category and we a recommended that we could narrow that down to a a subject specific points of view a religious education point of view in my perspective in my work in my literature review after a loft inspiration. I actually didn't do that because going through the research i felt like it was applicable from what i knew to a wide range of topics so i didn't feel like bringing it down to a religious education spending was going to bring it was going to enhance it that much more but what i did do was never the butler winning side of things down to adhd specifically and. I did that in all honesty. Because i had an interest in learning more by. Adhd i'm really have a worked with many students with adhd. I didn't know too much about it. So i thought this was going to be a prime community within my sinement to try and understand. Adhd a little bit more given so pregnant and use it. Mapping it onto not blended learning environment saint tyne fascinating. Okay so you got your choice of adhd you justify your choice of looking beyond your subjects harry so then you were able to go out and search for literature and you had to pick six sources that will kind of help get a handle on that topic area so it might be a bit of a bit of a big question to ask but can you talk a street the six sources that you ended up with and so broad sense of what they were saying yes absolutely each so the one thing i should really mention i is that when i started this literature review trying to marry up trying to find resources which spoke about adhd within blended learning environment. There was next to nothing if not nothing at all and so it was a bit of panic. Could bit of a worry at the beginning. But i pushed through. I decided to do in. The end was focused on a selection of literature which focused on adhd specific late at some literature which focused on blended learning specifically. and then. i drew my own conclusions between those two. I'm using a variety of websites and sources as well to try in a match up in a meaningful way and i started by actually looking at the. Adhd you k charity website and there was a really interesting on on quite lamesa. Statistics on eighty nine percent of teachers teach or have taught students with adhd and yet sixty three percents of teachers feel that that training and of understanding adhd on supporting adhd students is a par inadequate So that was quite alarming statistics. So i started from that before. I took a deep dive into more literature. Adhd and blended learning specifically. That was loads of resources. When i looked at them separately. But i'll try and go through on now. My six down spitball. I'll just say best that. I looked into these articles mainly online because of the situation wherein they were mainly searches. Either through google laura our our learning platform at cardiff matt and i prioritized terms. Which article twits mentioned engagement mentioned. Adhd additional learning leads blended learning online learning hybrid learning excetera and the scope for narrowing down. Those obstacles was quite slim. Because as i said the amount of articles that looked at them together that what many of them so narrowing down was quite slim but i prioritized any which kinda did mention allen's on blended learning in one with was the best the easiest way to get more of a focus on my first article which i came across was by how graham relatively recent to the two thousand seventeen on it was titled learner engagement in a blended learning environment and it was a conceptual framework. And this what date. It had a huge skype through research. It had a thousand dollars. Coups chapters and other articles of engagement instruments have engagement. And what they really really. Interestingly came up with they spoke about the inconsistencies at the term engagement itself and then how that gets even more complicated when you transfer into online learning but they came up with indicators of engagements and that was what was really fascinating about this obstacle. We talk and teaching about. How can we. How can we facilitating gauge. How can we increase engagement. A little bit better argument was actually before we do any of that you need to know what the indicators aw. When do you know when your students are engaged. So that was what was really tickly interesting about this. And why recommended it to my league partnership school. They came up. With a whole framework within not they had six indicators of cognitive engagement and seven indicators emotional engagement which i thought were particular interests but within the cognitive engagement. One was based on attention. Which obviously i ate pricked my ears up because oh is robert. Because it was specific to eighty can be specific trade hd and what they aim to do is show you. What the indicates attention within within cognitive engagement by might look like and what you can do about it to understand it and enhance a little bit more now. Within this article on some of the things i thought were a little bit etched. Maybe for example under the intention indicator they said about how you might want to track rain whites or movement and it's not really sure that's going to be possibly the most affluent secondary schools around the country. But the undestanding is that you need to know when your students are engaged. Not indicated first before you can change your teaching style to enhance that facilitated and so it was my suggestion that maybe we could look at using. That's marks of teams with google cross. Rooms trying see when they are most engaged. See what the data. It's like really take a deep dive into that than students are engaged to take up over the second article most cattle again. It was a twenty seventeen obstacle a written. Interestingly was all about the motivations of adhd students so it was titled what motivates individuals they hd it was a qualitative analysis specifically for the adolescents. Point to the so what they did. They hypothesized that there are qualitative differences between motivation attitudes between students with adhd and their typically developing peers. And so they did this study which was largely in a more clinical environment. And that was one of my Concerns i suppose one of my hesitations about the article because they students were interviewed. Sorry the children were intimate in a psychology clinic. That was seven all those order. Which from a psychology background. So my argument was that if you brought in somebody from a different background to maybe the confidence in having no analysis response by us we may have a little bit more confident. That was different backgrounds. Connecticut election is still a valuable valuable. Be such an what they found was the rule. The motivation axe cheats. And this is interest. Day-today life it's not necessarily at school but additional attitudes between students with adhd and students non adhd rudely of very very similar. But there were two very distinct difference is which were really interesting. Adhd perspective the first one was the students with with adhd had a very specific aversion to the slow passing of time to time going slowly was just an absolute. No no for them. They just couldn't stand it on the second one was that students who didn't tough. Adhd also cased venue in having familiar and predictable tasks to toss it. They've done before they know how they works. They know what's expected of them. That value did not appear in students with
Here's what the CDC says fully vaccinated people can do
"Safai here with npr health correspondent. Alison aubrey hale. Said they agreed to be here mattie. So you're here because there was a press briefing by the white house. Covid nineteen response team on monday with some long awaited guidance. A morning. and thank you. I'm glad to be back with you today. Let's get started that. Cdc director rochelle walinsky and she said after weeks of steady decline new coronavirus cases. There's been a leveling of that decline the country's averaging about sixty thousand new cases a day. Yeah i mean it's not great caseload wise. We are pretty much where we were right. Before the winter surge and the most recent seven day average deaths is slightly lower than two thousand deaths per day. So that's pretty troubling but we'll landscape also said she was hopeful and she pointed to the approximately thirty one million people. That's about twelve percent of us adults who are fully vaccinated and is more americans vaccinated a growing body of evidence. Now tells us that there are some activities that fully vaccinated people can resume at low risk to themselves and mattie she went on to detail new cdc guidelines about what activities are considered safe for fully vaccinated people. Because everyone wants to get back to something. That looks kind of like normal or normal ish. I mean this is the news. People have been waiting for right. Vaccinated people can have a little more freedom to socialize but before we get ahead of ourselves. Alison let's make sure everyone knows what we mean. When we say believe excavated shirt so a person is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after getting the second dose of either the pfizer or a modern of vaccines because those required two shots or two weeks. After the single dose of the johnson and johnson vaccine because for that one. You only need that. Single dose to be fully vaccinated. That's right now. These new guidelines are not the final word. There's sort of a baby step towards a return to normal doctor will linski made clear during the briefing. The science of covid nineteen is complex and our understanding of the virus continues to rapidly evolve. The recommendations is today are just a first step so as more people get vaccinated the understanding will grow about what activities are safe to do and this guidance will be updated so today on the show we talk about the cdc's first set of public health recommendations for fully vaccinated people and why it's still important for all of us to remain vigilant. This shortwave the daily science podcast from npr ellison. I am very glad to have you here today. And we are going to go into the caveats and the guidance and we're going the sectors you know. I have to say this does feel like kind of a moment to celebrate that we are getting you know a little bit of freedom back The cdc guidance is relaxing about what vaccinated people can do So i just wanna start off being like this is pretty awesome You know what i mean. Yeah i agree. There's a sense of optimism. we all feel it. We look at these vaccination numbers taking up and thank you know. The new normal is right around the corner. But i just have to say hang on folks like there are still sixty thousand cases. The date musto dolts haven't been vaccinated yet. So there's a lot of vulnerable people out there and the pandemic is not yet in the rear view mirror. Absolutely absolutely so. Let's get into it. What does the new guidance say that fully vaccinated people can do the agency says that fully vaccinated people can gather indoors with other fully vaccinated people without wearing masks and without social distancing they can also gather unmasked with people from another household who are not vaccinated if everybody. There is at low risk of serious illness. So it's really a green light for scenarios of like grandparents who want to gather with their children or their grandchildren right. I mean this guidance gives the example fully vaccinated grandparents can visit indoors with their unvaccinated healthy family members. And that's without wearing masks. Or physical distancing provided of course that none of the unvaccinated family members are at high risk of severe covid nineteen. So let's break that down for a second alison sure who is considered high risk for severe covid. And who's considered low risk people. At high risk include older adults remember the vast majority of data people seventy five and older another high risk group pregnant individuals and people certain medical conditions those at lower risk include kids and healthy adults people who've had minimal exposure to other people bottomline risk goes up with age and the guidance from this week also says that the should be confined to one household. Right yeah right. They're very specific about this. And they give some scenarios The dividing line in your mind sort of be private spaces where you control. Who's around your home and public spaces. So at home if you are fully vaccinated and your friend or member fully vaccinated green light here to gather do at unmasked with knows distancing required alleluia. another scenario. my parents are vaccinated. Now they can come to my house even though we are not fully vaccinated and my ten year. Old daughter is too young to be vaccinated. We are considered low so vaccinated people can go visit unvaccinated people as long as everyone. There is considered low risk. Okay so that's all the good stuff. Let's talk about areas to be kind of cautious around sure. This is where there are some caution flags vaccinated people visiting unvaccinated people from people households at the same time. This is where the risks starts to sort of add up or accumulate so in this kind of situation. Everyone should wear a mask and visit outdoors of possible. Or if you are indoors make sure it's a well ventilated space and maintain physical distance when it comes to medium or large gatherings say baseball game a wedding. It's recommended that everyone including fully vaccinated people continue to avoid them. Yeah i mean. Let's talk about why we still need some of these precautions. Sure i mean officials say there's a growing body of evidence to show that people who are fully vaccinated are less likely to become infected and also potentially less likely to spread the virus to others. They use that word potential because the risk appears to be quite low but this is not completely nailed down yet. So as science evolves there will likely be more updated guidance and the guidance even talked about how in rare cases vaccinated people could get sick could have symptoms. Yeah i mean the risk is low but it's not zero mean the clinical trial showed. The vaccines are very very effective. They're not a hundred percent effective. And so the cdc says if fully vaccinated person has symptoms they should isolate and talk to a doctor and possibly get a test but they also say if fully vaccinated person has a known exposure. Say go to work and they later find out that a close contact was infected. They do not need to quarantine or get tested because they're infection risk is low though they should sort of monitor themselves for symptoms right so if a person who's vaccinated feeling sick they should isolate and talk to a doctor but if they get exposed to somebody who said that doesn't necessarily mean they need to you know go into quarantine. They just need to kind of monitor themselves. That's right
Woman Shot in Leg During Robbery at Los Angeles County Restaurant
"Right now we have a chance to speak to a man named shy shy ellison he was the guy who had the expensive watch stolen from him at gunpoint in beverly hills yesterday style. The restaurant and there was a three got into it with the thieves. They were three thieves. One gun There was a struggle gun. Went off Grazed a woman's leg shot to be taken to the hospital. Let's get reason. He was the owner of the watch. You try to fight off the robbers. Welcome to the john. And ken show i. How are you. We're probably a better place than you are right now. What explain what happened. I was eating lunch with a client of mine and offend uh right next to the jewelry store that i own on cannon drive at l. taio and we just ordered a drink and These three young guys probably in their twenties wearing hoodies were walking out of bounds. Some on cannon told me and it's always our table and one of them grabbed me from behind while sitting at the taylor Joking me and putting it onto my head the other two were holding my arm and trying to take the watch of my wrist and When i had a chance while they were doing it. I grabbed the gun with both hands and struggled with them to the ground in during the struggle. Couple of bullets went off. 'cause the guy's finger on the trigger that lady that was sitting few tables down got Grazed by one of the bullets. We kept on fighting on the ground. One of the guys The rodney ren with the with the watch was fighting with the other two. I ended up getting the gun. The gun was in my hand and to started running on foot. One of them might have gotten shot in the altercation But i ended up with a gun and police game to curb gun and the rest of the store you know.
"ellison" Discussed on Cults
"By nineteen eighty three forty three year old. James allison was fully prepared to send his mental war with the government. He just needed the right time and place to strike. Luckily that perfect moment came when ellison heard the story of a sixty three year old world war. Two veteran named gordon call like ellison's group. The csa call adhered to the racist ideology of the christian identity movement call claimed that the quote jewish controlled federal banking system used his money to support the aluminum because of this he refused to pay his taxes in february nineteen eighty three to us. Marshals approached calls residence with a warrant for his arrest call opened fire wounding one and killing the other as call escaped. He reportedly approached the wounded marshall and shot him twice in the head. He vanished until june third nineteen eighty three when law enforcement discovered call hiding on a farm. Just a few miles down the road from the csa. Knowing how dangerous he was the us marshals sent some of their men and a local sheriff to surround the home and take call by surprise but call was ready for them. He opened fire while the agents approached the home they responded with fury and called died in the ensuing firefight although call wasn't part of the casa ellison viewed calls a martyr. Who died fighting the minority run. Government ellison believed the say either needed to avenge their fallen brother or lose credibility soon after calls. Death ellison called his top leadership together to plan the second american revolution and topple the anti christ government. The us as i act of terror took place on on the ninth nineteen eighty three late that summer night ellison and another member drove out of state to the only gate church in springfield missouri. The metropolitan community church ellison poured gasoline through the front door mail slot of the church gym and then set it on fire as the smoke started to rise. He and his partner raced back to the car and sped off unseen into the night ellison hoped to read in the newspaper the following day that the church had been engulfed in flames. But that wasn't the case. Although they succeeded in starting the fire the flames didn't spread. No one died and the only damage. The church suffered was a blackened floor. Ellison's attempt burned on a church. Didn't succeed but another member. The ceus as soon committed a much more serious crime in november of nineteen eighty-three. Richard wayne snell one of the s. As most fanatical members led a group robbery of a local pawn shop while the men destroyed the store to take valuables snell erroneously identified the owner as jewish and shot him point blank when snell and the rest of his crew got back to the. Csi compound the getaway driver was torn with guilt. He told ellison what happened but instead of getting angry ellison commended snell for killing them. Add encouraged by this snell approached later and suggested they blow up the murrah federal building in oklahoma snell had studied the facility and realized it would be the perfect building to attack and start their war. It housed five hundred. Fifty government workers including employees of the drug enforcement administration and the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms. But that wasn't the best part for snell. The murrah building also held america's kids a large daycare center for the children of the government staff to him. Attacking such a vulnerable. Group would be the perfect way to start the second. american revolution. Ellison agreed to snell's plan and said we need something with a large body count to make the government sit up and take notice. Ellison chose one of his followers. Can't yates a green beret. From vietnam to build rockets that they could launch from their trucks and bring the building down when carrying a few others asked them to stop and think about the children. Ellison responded there are no innocence in war. The sense of the fathers are visited upon the children. Yates was on track to have the rockets built by early december. Nineteen eighty-three but things didn't go. According to plan as yates assembled the rockets some of the materials detonated in his hands severely burning him and putting the entire plan in jeopardy. Men like snell urged ellison to carry out the attack wants. Yates healed but ellison surprise them when he refused he claimed that the explosion was assigned from god. That the attack shouldn't happen yet. Carey was relieved. The plan had failed but just as he thought everything would be. Fine ellison proposed another plan. This time ellison suggested that they break into the homes of three of arkansas's ranking government officials and assassinate every man woman and child ellison set the date of the attack for the day after christmas december. Twenty sixth when the date finally came allison kerry and several others piled into a van. They had stolen snell followed behind in a smaller car. Carey later said that he hated the idea of participating in the murders but knew he couldn't openly defy can kerry hoped that when they did attack the homes he could somehow their targets escape as ellison sat in the back of the van he noticed the driver swerving all over the road. Ellison told him to stop driving so erratically but the driver was so nervous that he couldn't control the man he struggled steering around a curve and crashed almost directly into a pickup truck. It was a relatively minor crash but bad enough to ruin the van's engine after shaking off. The shock carry jogged over to check on the couple in the pickup truck while kerry distracted the couple and waved for help his accomplices guns into the second car. When the highway patrol eventually arrived ellison worried they would run the vehicle identification number and realized it was stolen. But for some reason the officers didn't they simply took reports from everyone involved and drove off. One of the would be attackers. Asked allison if you wanted to carry on with the plan. But ellison declined saying that god had yet again told them to postpone. They returned to the essay frustrated. It had been almost a year since the csi had sworn to avenge calls death but they still hadn't started the second american revolution in some ways. Carry was relieved on one hand. He'd started questioning allison sanity and didn't really want to see a say to go to war. On the other hand he was still desperate for ellison approval this desire prompted kerry to propose a new plant ellison in the summer of nineteen eighty-four kerry told ellison about an adult film store about five hours north of them in kansas city. Missouri carries plan was to pack a briefcase full of c four explosives. Leave it in the shop and blow it up then. He planned to drive to a park which was a local hangout for gay couples and shoot anyone who was there. Ellison gave the plan his blessing and carry left that weekend. When carrie arrived at the film store the owner stopped him out the door and wouldn't allow him to take the briefcase inside. The owner was afraid that kerry would try to steal the movies but offered to let carrie lead the briefcase. With him carey declined. He feared the owner would get suspicious and open the case. If carried just left it with him he walked out and decided to initiate. The.
"ellison" Discussed on Cults
"Summons was important as kerry fumbled for his glasses in the early morning. Light his wife. Kay got up to see. Who was there at such an early hour. When keri got out of bed a minute later he found one of the groups many guards standing in his living room snipers the man yelled all around us. He told carrie that some other guards had stumbled upon an f. b. i. sniper and ran back to the compound to warn everyone night over two hundred law enforcement officers from the arkansas state troopers the f. b. i. And the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms had surrounded. Their compound carey headed straight to the house of their leader. James ellison win carry got there. He realized he was one of the last to arrive. All of ellison's most fanatic followers. Were already there dressed. In camouflage loading their weapons and making battle plans one man proudly waved his gun in the air and proclaimed he was looking forward to teaching the feds a lesson. On hitler's birthday kerry grabbed a hold of ellison and begged him to talk to the federal agents and avoid as senseless firefight but ellison angrily dismissed carry. He said if this was the beginning of the second american revolution then he was happy to lead it. Hi i'm greg poulsen and i'm vanessa. Richardson and this is colts. A spotify original from podcast. Every tuesday we look at a colts practices their leader and their followers. You can find all episodes of cults and all other spotify originals from podcast for free on spotify or wherever. You listen to podcasts. Today we're continuing our deep dive into the covenant the sword and the arm of the lord and it's extremist leader james ellison last week we analyzed how ellison's increasingly violent and racist teachings turned his once peaceful commun- into a right-wing paramilitary organization this week will explore the acts of terror committed in an attempt to initiate the second american revolution and toppled the united states government. We have all that and more coming up. Stay with us. By the beginning of nineteen eighty. James ellison had convinced his followers that the government was run by the anti christ and that jewish people were. The children of satan ellison sermons brainwashed his followers into blaming ethnic minorities for america's corruption and believing white people. Were gods chosen race. Ellison said the group couldn't wait for the lord to judge america's sinfulness. They recalled a wage a holy war against the united states and punish the evildoers in the summer of nineteen eighty four year. Old ellison gave a sermon in which he compared himself to. Jesus christ and commanded everyone at zara fathy horrib- to follow his word like they would. God's this was a blatant power grab previously. Ellison had to get many decisions approved by a board of elders however ellison wanted to take total control and the other members wholeheartedly supported it. For most it's hard to imagine believing allison's lies but his followers found his antigovernment message comforting and vindicating for the white working class members of zero pfaff horrib- the seventies were more than just a time of shifting cultural values. They also had to endure a severe economic recession in the latter half of the decade with made them feel forgotten by the government. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this. Show thanks greg psychologist. Michael baiter explains that when people feel abandoned by the government though band together to reject and demean others all the wild they're trying to deal with the pain powerlessness and lack of empathy that the experience in their social lives by blaming ethnic minorities and the anti christ government ellison gave his followers an outlet for their disillusionment. With this new self appointed divine authority ellison's first order of business was converting sarah faith horrid remaining legal semi automatic weapons into illegal fully automatic weapons next the men constructed a sprawling complex of houses and buildings called silhouettes city. Ellison wanted the members of zahra faith horrib- to learn how to fight in urban settings to prepare for the government's fall member. Randall rader ran training sessions throughout the day practicing maneuvers and throwing grenades into burning cars and buildings to help reinforce zero south horrible bigoted beliefs. They use targets. Police officers with the jewish star of david as their badges by early. Nineteen eighty-one ellison decided to change their name to align with their god given mission of violence ellison came up with the name the covenant the sword and the arm of the lord otherwise known as the say the covenant referred to their commitment to overthrow the government the sword referred to god's judgment and the arm referred to the group itself. The people who were meant to administer god's judgment at this time the cesa had around sixty members to recruit new followers ellison took carry and some other men with him to speak at various survival as seminars and gun shows throughout the country. In the summer of nineteen eighty-one ellison carry were invited to speak at a survivalist seminar in michigan. While they were there aku klux klan leader gave ellison thirty gallon barrel of cyanide clan members told ellison he could dump the cyanide into the water supply systems of major cities and kill the hundreds of thousands of its sinful residents all told by the end of the recruitment process ellison had gained the cyanide new members and spread his message to hundreds of new people. This recruitment activity concerned the local law enforcement of marion county in arkansas. Where the csi was located. The officers kept a close eye on them. And some even harass say just the could prove who was in charge at one point. An officer pulled carryover grabbed him by the nose and dare tim to retaliate. But carried didn't fall for the trap instead he returned to the csi compound and told ellison about the matter ellison responded by having armed csa members stock the offending officer wherever he went including when he returned home as the officer ate dinner with his family. See say snipers late on a hill near the house and practiced dry firing. They removed all ammunition from their guns set their sights on the officer as he moved around his house and pulled the trigger one night a cs a sniper called the officer on his home phone and said instead of lying on the couch. You ought to go see i blood.
35 years after Challenger tragedy, nation remembers Christa McAuliffe
"The day since her tragic death, But Christa McAuliffe facility Chur. What started as a soaring moment of hope ended in tragedy. 73 seconds after the Challenger took off on January, 28th 1986, killing seven astronauts, including Christa McAuliffe, who would have been the first teacher in space. Born in Boston, a teacher and Concord, New Hampshire. Her legacy lives on at the Christa McAuliffe center at her alma mater, Framingham State. Irene Puro heads the McCall of center, but fundamentally, they think of message off. You know, you can do this. If I can fly to space. You can put your mind to what you really care about that you're passionate about and you can do it. Seven astronauts died that day. Your name's Dick Scobee, Michael Smith, Ellison Onizuka, Judith Resnik, Ronald McNair, Gregory Jarvis and Christa McAuliffe. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, and she began her screen career with
"ellison" Discussed on Cults
"Times to the families who accompanied him in one thousand nine hundred seventy. Two ellison met ali stewart an attractive twenty. Two year old bank employees. Although she was still recovering from her previous abusive marriage she was attracted to ellison. She found safety in his charisma and confidence. After dating for a short period she decided to join their group. She immediately felt right at home and she soon. Wed ellison after they got married. Elephant felt god calling the group to move again. they'd be located just a few miles across the missouri. Border to arkansas and settled in a place called mountain creek resort. This seven cabin resort was an idyllic location in the ozark mountains on the edge of a beautiful lake surrounded by forests and close to a small town deer hunters had previously used its lodgings during season but the resort had been closed for several years. Ellison struck a deal with the owner. Who agreed that the group could live there as long as they took care of the property but it was more than just the good deal on scenery that drew them in. The members of the group believed mountain creek resort provided a refuge from the corrupt world. Ellison named the commune zahra fast. After a city in the bible where god ordered the prophet elisha to undergo a crucible for his faith although ellison felt like he was being tested by god not much seems to have happened from the time they moved to nine hundred seventy seven those few years the men found work as lumberjacks and became known as the cedar boys and the women tended the commune and raised their children on most. Tonight's families all ate together and gathered to here. Ellison preach about god's judgment and returned to earth allison was still obsessed with the end times. But his sermons were relatively peaceful messages about the lord coming back to eliminate suffering and establish his eternal kingdom but this piece didn't sued ellison that he was ready to take his preaching to new extremes. Coming up ellison ramps up the intensity of his sermons and shows the first signs of running a cult listeners. This month marks sixty years since john f. kennedy became the thirty fifth. President of the united states assuring his already prominent family into the highest enclaves political power but behind their story successes lie secrets and scandals so severe. If it were any other lineage they would have been left. In ruin this january to commemorate this iconic milestone dig into the dramas of a real life american dynasty in the spotify original apart cast the kennedys crime history. Mystery this exclusive.
Chicago COVID vaccine: City moves into Phase 1B next week, Arwady says
"And that is Ryan Burrow. The WGN radio news directors in our studio. What did Dr Allison are? What he say today? Yes, some interesting things trying to clarify by the way she's getting her second vaccine. Today at one of the city College is one of the sights they've set up where the frontline workers have been getting their vaccine is Part of one A, but really the focus today on one B. These are teachers. These are first responders, firefighters, paramedics, police officers. Also, we've had much discussion about on WGN up. Prisoners would also fall people in the prison community. Both workers as well as inmates would fall in this category under the governor statements, so Those vaccinations can begin. January 25th. Now if you fall in that category, you've probably got a lot of questions and what Dr Ellison are what he said The commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health is there going to be four ways in which these vaccines are administered Number one. You go to your doctor call up set up an appointment. Say I need to get this vaccine. I fall in this category and then you guys can kind of negotiate scheduling there. Number two pharmacies will be distributing these vaccines so you can go to a target or a Walgreens or CBS get the vaccine there. Once again, everything is going to be by appointment. They don't want big, long lines, especially in the dead of winter like this. It's just not a thorough way to do this. They will be traveling to some of these communities that maybe Are underserved the homeless population and giving them vaccines. And the fourth way is actually some employers will be able to distribute and administer at work. Which is something I know that We've talked about here. I'm sure people are listening who working downtown settings also wondering Hayes, the boss going toe be able to get someone to come in and vaccinate all of us. So the category one be includes teachers? Yes. Inmates. Yes, the other people in there would be any other medical people that have not been vaccinated rights. Paramedics, people, maybe first responders, police, firefighters and you'll make an appointment with your doctor. Go to Walgreens and say, Hey, I want to get it and if and then they'll put you on their list. Perhaps you have to demonstrate that you're in one of those groups. I'm not exactly sure how you prove your teacher or whatever, but then It's not a guarantee that they'll have the vaccine. No, and what she said is the way the vaccine is coming into The city right now is way below. Where demands gonna be the only got about 5% of the vaccine in they think in three weeks, you know that's going to step up. But, you know, just because you're a firefighter, and you're part of this one be or you're a teacher doesn't mean you're gonna be able to go to a CVS on Monday and get a vaccine. They're gonna prioritize, especially these doctors offices they're going to say. Yes, You are one beer, but we've got, you know, 65 year olds. We've got people with health conditions who you know would essentially be in the queue. We wanna administer to them first before we get to you so You know, Sit tight is what she's saying. This could take several weeks, maybe a few months before you're actually eligible. Even
"ellison" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"On Tuesday April thirty, almost three months software, the murders, the Hudson Police Department announced a one hundred, thousand dollar reward was a valuable for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Dan and James's Killa. The funds had been donated by the citizens of Hudson who were concerned that the person responsible still hadn't been apprehended. That same day police also released a description of a man who was saying neither funeral home between one and one thirty pm on the day of the murders. He was described does between five. and. Six foot one with a slenda to medium build and had been wearing shorts slaved lot colored T. shirt lot blue pants and a baseball cap. A witness had seen humanitarian or what mid saws vehicle that was they knew or very clean and had delighted reported the sighting to police. Investigate distressed that the man wasn't a suspect and that they simply wanted to know if he had seen or heard anything that could be useful to their investigation. To spot the announcement of the reward and the description of person of interest months passed without any significant developments in that case. Investigators continued to Bishou laid that emerge but none seemed to be connected to the Koran. By the end of two thousand to a team of officers led by Sajjan poll. Lawson and detective Jeff knobs were working on the case full-time. But the first anniversary of the mode is approached with no breakthroughs. In the late up to the anniversary, the lleida Telegram newspaper published an article about the case in which police chief trendy reiterated he's departments commitment to solving it. The Connell Lend Ellison family speculated that the murder had luckily only planned to kill one of the men, but ultimately decided to kill them buzz to avoid having a witness. They won't show whether Dan or James had been the target or why? With the James's Mother Sally remarking. It's going to be a stupid selfish reason. There is no raised that will justify what happened and I'm not sure knowing will make it any better all. Those families drew on their religious beliefs to support them through their grave. Dan's Ma Janet said that hugs and praise from well wishes had helped sustain her while James's father Kosten noted. We do have faith and if we didn't have that, it would be too hard. What bothers us is the unfairness of. On Wednesday February five, two, thousand three to mark the one year anniversary of the deaths a quiet remembrance for Dan and James was held outside the family funeral home. Three hundred people attended the twenty minutes ceremony which began at one p m the approximate time the two men had been killed a year prior. Dan's wife Jenny told the crowd quote. We as a community have rallied together, searching and praying for answers. I truly believe they will be answered. Each, one of you has done something special for me whether it was a hug or a kiss authority or a prayer or just the smile it has never gone unnoticed. Feel your strength. Few your love. James's Mother Sally referrence the verse from the Babu saying. Rejoice in the road. Always rejoice. We rejoice in the lives they live to while they were here and rejoice that they reside with the Lord now. Although Sergeant Larson and detective knobs was still working on the investigation full Thanh. Another year passed by with no further developments in the case. Initially two thousand four that were joined by Detective Sean Potato who had known Dan. O'CONNELL since they were both children and had promised to Dan's walk the Jenny that he wouldn't rest until her husband's murder was solved. One day while reviewing some files detective novel came across something that court he's attention. A year earlier in March two, thousand, three, a man who was delighted given the pseudonym Thomas Smith had gone to his local police station in the city of Bismarck north. Dakota. To report some unsettling behavior that had occurred when he was an adolescent living in Wisconsin. In nineteen ninety, nine, and then fifteen old Thomas was training to be an altar boy at Saint Ann's parish in the Wisconsin town of Somerset. There he admitted twenty six year old seminary intern named Ryan Erickson Bespectacled baby-faced man with dark hair. A year later, Father Erickson became an ordained priest and was assigned to Saint Patrick's church in Hudson. Sixteen year old Thomas got into some money trouble with the law and was a so and community service to be completed onto bother Ericsson's supervision. Father Erickson lived at the house adjacent to Saint Patrick's church known as the rectory. According to Thomas. When he visited the rectory, Father Ericson would apply him with beer and to Lak- which he stored in a model globe. The PAN would play drinking games that required Thomas to drink his shot every time he lost. Over the course of two yee's Thomas estimated, Hey, consumed around twelve hundred bees and twelve hundred shots in father. Ericsson's presence. The drinking occasionally caused him to vomit POSAT at which point Father Ericson would say. All the college are going to laugh at you. You need to hold your liquor back. When speaking to the Bismarck delays Thomas also hinted that had been some other inappropriate behavior from Father Erickson but the issue of underage drinking was the prime rate focus of his report. On April Eight, two, thousand, three, the report was forwarded to the Hudson Police Department. But because simply appeared to involve some on serving alcohol to minors had had gone unnoticed. When detective knots read the report in early two, thousand four he decided to get in touch with Thomas. Smith to discuss the issue with the. On April Non Thomas was interviewed about the Times he spent with. Father. Erickson He claimed that during day drinking sessions, the PAN would often law. So I'd boss saw bed dressed only in boxer shorts discussing subjects such as masturbation. Father Ericsson also revealed that hey, often got drunk and participated in orgies. Hey disliked the fact that Thomas had a.
"ellison" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"The city of Hudson is nestled in Far West Wisconsin estate famous obeying America's Dairyland, , jude towards production of cheese, , milk and ice cream. . Separated from the state of Minnesota by the Saint Croix River Hudson is a small scenic city characterized by historic architecture, , leafy parks and a wide offering outdoor attractions including walking tracks, , water sports, , rock climbing, , and came in. . But the year two, , thousand, , two, , the city was harm to a close knit community of Iran six, , thousand residents and was. . As a safe place to live. . vol On crime was well below the national average and murder hadn't been committed in the area for twenty four years. . Dearly funeral climbing Hudson was a sprawling single story brick and whether board building owned by local resident Tomo Connell, , his family had lived in the area FA generations. . Tones. . Uncle had earned an undertaking business in town prior to world, , War Two and in nineteen ninety, , five Tom decided to relaunch the family business. . He opened the O'CONNELL Vanity Funeral Harm at five twenty eleventh straight a quiet trae laundry road close to downtown district. . Two of his sons mark and. . Eventually began working alongside him. . Dan had initially trained as an emergency medical technician, , but was happy to follow in his father's footsteps by switching to a career in mortuary. . Science. . In Nineteen Ninety, , eight, , he quit. . He's Am Tae work to concentrate on the family business fulltime. . Dan was a dedicated worker known for putting the needs of others ahead of design, , and for always taking on to comfort the grieving relatives who attended the funeral home. . Married with two young children, , Dan had a reputation as a dedicated family man who was eager to give back to his community. . He spent tireless hours working to better. . He's time town by serving on several local committees and raising funds for various organizations. . As a result, , Dan was well known and liked by other. . Hudson locals. . Dea conal family funeral I'm also off the trainee positions to mortuary science students who were completing studies. . One such trae was twenty two year old James Ellison who had quickly proved himself to be a valuable employees. . James had grown up with these parents and two siblings in the rural town of Baron located about sixty eight miles north east of Hudson. . Hey was friendly and well locked with a range of interests that included Gulf music and church activities. . During hough school James had played in the school band and was active in not for profit youth organization for HEY Jr.. . He. . Later, , enrolled to study mortuary science at the University of Minnesota where he took his career path very seriously. . Friendly Polite and organized James took great pride in his trae work on one occasion remarking. . I'm so proud that can help people in the worst time of their lives. . James was Ju- TO GRADUATE FROM UNIVERSITY in May of two thousand and two, , and it was anticipated that the O'CONNELL's would then offer him a fulltime job. . In the early afternoon of day February five, , two thousand to Saint Croix. . County Medical Officer Mati Klin headed to the O'CONNELL family funeral home to conduct a retain visit. . Gee to the requirements of his job, , he was well acquainted with the O'CONNELL's, , and on this occasion, , he needed Dan to sign a death certificate. . Mahdi arrived at one forty PM and immediately made his way to Dan's office, , which was located towards the back of the building. .
"ellison" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Ellison barber in Las Vegas early voting starts today in Nevada he hasn't appeared on a debate stage yet and he hasn't competed in the nominating contest with Michael Bloomberg has been getting a lot of buzz sources close to Bloomberg's presidential campaign tell the drudge report that he's considering Hillary Clinton as a potential running mate in response to the report Bloomberg's communications director said we're focused on the primary and the debate not the peace speculation more confirmed cases of the corona virus on a quarantine cruise ship docked in Japan tomorrow the Americans on board are expected to be evacuated the state department saying today that it has a charter flight to bring American citizens back to the west everyone will have to undergo a health screening before they're allowed on the flight and anyone who show symptoms of the illness will not be allowed on the plane and those who do make the flight and arrive in the west will still need to go through another two weeks of quarantine boxes Christina Coleman hundreds of Americans are also heading home from Cambodia they were passengers on a cruise ship that was allowed to dock there Americans listening to fox news make maximum pressure won't work in Iran so says the regime's foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says president trump is receiving bad advice if he believes that the maximum pressure campaign will cause the government in Tehran to collapse the reef also saying the US drone strike that killed a running in general Qassem Soleimani has galvanized support for Iran that strike also criticized here at home were eight Republican senators joined Democrats in supporting a resolution limiting the president's war powers all this resolution does really is say that absent a declaration of war or a specific authorization for war the president can engage in hostilities in it does leave of course that that fail safe that if the president believes is an imminent attack he can take action so I think it's reasonable Senate Democrat Bob Casey of Pennsylvania speaking to fox's Neil Cavuto the president is expected to veto the resolution buried in debt a new report takes a look at the load many Americans are carrying Americans a staggering amount of money a total of more than fourteen trillion dollars of the end of last year this is according to the federal reserve's quarterly report on household debt and credit people are tapping their home equity like piggy banks mortgage balance is leading the way rising one hundred twenty billion dollars over three months marking the twenty second consecutive quarterly increase rolled so multi billion dollar increases at all levels credit card balances and in student loans Sanji impresso fox news a Florida man who was told to stay away from president trump's Florida resort apparently didn't listen Alan **** was spotted hiding near the club this week he told police he preferred jail overseeing his parents the president wasn't there at the time camp who sells box news brought to you by A. M. M. collision now for your kale BJ rate our weather watch for today so such I will fade behind clouds a high of sixty six clouds early tonight then clearing low forty eight bars some sunshine high seventy seven very warm on Monday highs near eighty despite plenty get clouds for presidents day from the weather center I'm meteorologist bill decker what's now Mary was a monster warnings conducting these missile strike Americans were harmed once and must abandon its nuclear ambitions a high stakes game right now Leslie has to do whatever it takes one is to understand the weight of this.
"ellison" Discussed on WTRH
"I'm dedicating this to Ellison and all of those who have lost a loved one, a son or daughter, our mother. Wins. Oh. My. The. It is well with my soul, and that was June singing their.
"ellison" Discussed on Shareable
"Of it telegraphed your organization strengths of your commitment to brand culture fusion so malo behaviors you want embraced organization wide and i think that when we get into those culture conversations when we get into even if we to take that next and get into that deeper conversation of how your brand in your culture needs to be aligned so that they're you know in your words that they're it you achieve fusion i think we think of big actions i think we think of big bold sweeping movements and big lofty statements but i think what you're talking about here is really powerful that i think the small decisions behaviors are often some of the most powerful ways that we exhibit the type of company we wanna be yeah and so you know one of the examples i have on my book is actually marvin ellison who is heading jc penney and really trying to revitalize that brand in that company and and you know quite honestly i'm not sure how success will have his efforts going to be not for any fault on his part i just think that industry is moving away from department stores like that but you know small decision you made when he first started working there was that you know what i'm gonna wear jc penney close and you know it seems like a dog kind of decision will of course if you work at the company should you wear it's close but apparently i guess a lot of executives weren't on they probably were wearing clothes from much nicer retailers much nicer brands or art wednesday nicer but maybe brands that had more status and you know so not only did he decide make that decision from self then he also said you know what when when we is executives go into our stores we will wear jc penney close in you know that kind of thing i think just creates a sense of pride in solidarity with your employees in the stores and also i think sends the power message to your customers.