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Prominent Saudi women's rights activist sentenced to nearly 6 years in prison
"The most prominent women's rights activists in Saudi Arabia, was sentenced today to nearly six years in prison under a vague and broadly worded law that's aimed at combating terrorism. Her name is Lou Jane all Huff, Lule and she has been in prison for the past 2.5 years. On other charges, she was among a handful of Saudi women who openly called for the right to drive. Before it was granted in 2018, and she called for the removal of male guardianship laws that had long stifled women's freedom of movement and ability to travel abroad. The new charges include agitating for change. And using the Internet to harm public order.
Saudi Activist Who Fought For Women’s Right to Drive Is Sent to Terrorism Court
"The trial of a leading women's rights activist and Saudi Arabia is being transferred to a special court for terrorism and national security crimes. MPR's Jackie Northam reports. Human rights groups say the move shows the Saudi government is trying to quash dissent in the kingdom. Lou Jane L has flu will lead the charge to allow women to drive in Saudi Arabia just weeks before the driving ban was lifted. In the spring of 2018 al hats. Lule and several other female activists were arrested. This is the first time she's been in court in more than a year. Her sister, Lena, L. Has, Lule says Lou Jane had been tortured in prison. Her parents were shocked by her appearance. They saw a very weak of tired, exhausted this, Jane They said that her body was shaking that tragic rebellion holder the papers off a flu disputes. Your sister is a terrorist, saying the Saudi government is just trying to silence female activists in the
"lule" Discussed on 600 WREC
"On what the Democrats are doing in Lule. If they try and remove TV coverage of the rioting. Black lives matter will have a fit. In wild Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in state at the top of the steps of the Supreme Court. And had President Trump not going up there today. Grab audio sound bite number one and one a. The president and the first lady did show up. The top steps of the Supreme Court, and they were grieving. With a bunch of chanting rude, insufferable protesters. Honor her wish. What are they talking about? Honor. Her wish will get to that. In just a moment. They were also booing and chanting. Vote him out! Listen to this. Right, right. These people. I.
"lule" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Her death in Lule. Jefferson County grand jury has voted to indict Officer Breath Hankerson. Now. Ahead of the announcement, the Lule mayor announced a curfew and the Lule Police department said that the U. S National Guard has been activated. So They The mayor. Is convinced that all hell is gonna break clothes. Because the mayor of Lule is convinced that this is not going to satisfy him. Certain certain segments of the Populations. So the former detective Brett Hankerson indicted three counts of first degree wanton endangerment. Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly, not indicted Detective Miles. Cosgrove not indicted. So if I understand What's going on here. The cop who was indicted has already been fired. He was charged with wanton endangerment of the neighbors who lived in apartments around Briana Taylor's apartment. There are reports that the protesters standing outside the courthouse are confused. And live in Now I dad not think the living is probably true, and they may be confused, but I don't I think whatever the grand jury came out with today, These people that everybody is worried about rioting and so forth that we're going to do it anyway. Now we have an audio sound bite. Here from a CNN reporter by the name of what is his name? Shimon. Pro Coopers. Or maybe it's pro Coopers. Arkham poop from corporate check. Check now. P R O k u P E c z pro pro coppers. No coupons. Prokupecz. I think I've covered it there anyway. Here's his report on the on the on the grand jury, indicting the former police officer Brett Hankerson on three counts. Here's a report. We'll see what he said. People here are very upset about this. Briana. We've got some folks here. So there's a woman.
Villanova breaks up party for violating COVID-19 safety rules, reminds students: 'Not this semester'
"Of students students got got together together for for a a party party on on Villanova's Villanova's campus campus last last night, night, which which was was broken broken up up by by safety safety officers officers and and the the school's school's reminding reminding everybody. everybody. This This stuff stuff just just can't can't happen happen this this year. year. Kyi. W's majority students packed into tents set up around campus, which are there to help prevent the spread of the virus by keeping students outdoors and socially distance says often is possible and what school officials saw on video was way beyond the intended use, with hundreds of people packed in closely. Freshman to Lule, Alaska, tells NBC 10 It happened right outside of her window. Guys just wear your mask like there's no point doing that again. So I think people are starting to take it more seriously. Now, University officials anticipated something like this might happen and produce videos with basketball Coach Jay right before the semester started to remind everybody what's at stake. We love the party. Nobody does it better. But not this semester. Those tents are set up all over campus for use as outdoor classrooms, officials say students are allowed to use them for informal gatherings as well, but officials say huge parties like that are totally unacceptable. Villanova's president sent out an email early this morning to reiterate how important it is to follow all the rules in place for everyone's safety, or everyone will have to be sent home,
"lule" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"This is what I was talking about I want you back or what you back share lonely is the artist I just really no I saying Jackson five and you said yeah that's the one all right now it's saying it's so bad I couldn't recognize the song vocal performance minor thank you very much well we are on okay well we say hi to everybody Daniel fares are you Daniel I'm doing well you're all doing well yeah not just Daniel but a sweet sweet baby angel is with him what what will will Hey Daniel who do you have in the studio with you I brought my nine and a half year old Jack Russell terrier mix dot Twix months older year old a nine and a half year old year all this is I had a Jack Russell that with the eighteen so I was gonna say is that Dante very Jack Russells okay crazy who who yeah they are you know they're they're not they're not meet with a Jack Russells what Fraser's dad had it right and he was suggesting one of my friends he Haley this all takes on the personality of the owner your Jack Russell was mean yeah that makes total sense makes sense great are you going with this your name is all right I want to talk about the couple that use a potato gun to launch drugs into the present I love I love they're small I love it and I want to tell you about a guy in Georgia the called in to see work drunk and then it gets worse from there but first one tae about Tony's break in the line is where everyone in Lule takes their car truck or van to whatever is a problem let's face it it's miserable when you have a problem with your vehicle so when you get it fixed you want to fix right the first time that's what you get with Tony's break in alignment family owned business been a business and there's three generations they're going to treat your right your girl up on there so confident in their work when they work on your vehicle they're going to be a three year thirty six thousand mile warranty on it that's where my mother goes is where I go to my brother goes as were all my friends go and that's where you'll go to once you use Tony's break in the line at one time you'll be there for life put your mind at rest go with the best that's Tony's breaking alignment back after this back here this mega cab and lights under Lobel come on by and see the line is not full right now you can come right in if you're close to the average yes.
Supreme Court eyes abortion challenges ahead of 2020
"Summer is definitely over the Supreme Court justices returned to work on Monday as the October twenty nineteen term officially begins and waiting for the justices will be several abortion cases that are getting harder for them to avoid joining me is Bloomberg Supreme Court reporter Greg store Greg cases involving challenges to laws in Louisiana and Indiana will be before the justices in Tuesday's private conference but neither of the cases directly challenges roe V. Wade or Planned Parenthood V. Casey so what's the concern the concern for abortion rights advocates is that the court could use these cases to start chipping away at at the the the core abortion right even if it doesn't directly consider whether to overturn rowing Casey both these two cases do raise questions about that big ruling from a few years ago where the Supreme Court said struck down texas' Lule requiring doctors to have hospital admitting privileges that was seen at the time as the biggest abortion rights ruling victory in a generation since then of course the course composition has changed and there's at least the potential that the court will start pushing back on that this term. so let's talk about that Louisiana case which seems to replicate the Texas case yeah it's very very similar in terms of what it does it requires doctors at the gonna perform abortions to have admitting privileges at a hospital nearby and abortion rights advocates say it's really hard to keep those privileges and the the effect of that would be that it closes a number of clinics around the state leaves a stay with only one open clinic Louisiana disputes that in a federal appeals court said essentially we agree with Louisiana about the impact of this law it's not nearly as great as what happened in that Texas case in there for we can distinguish it from what the Supreme Court said in Texas and up hold the law. the Supreme Court has has previously stop this law from going into effect chief justice John Roberts joined with the court's five liberals to do that back in February now the court's going to say whether it's going to take up the the appeal on the merits if they do really all bets are off in terms of which way the court I go what what position does that put the chief in a difficult position this is not you know he even when there are there are precedents he clearly does not like his preference is to move slowly it's pretty clear that on the abortion issue that in the last term the court did not have a whole lot of appetite for getting involved in and no doubt he played a big role in that it's going to be hard for him because he was at the center in that ruling from twenty sixteen that the taxes ruling he didn't agree with it then probably doesn't agree with it now but he understands the perception of win the court overturns a precedent it is it's very striking and as he put it as confirmation hearings that that decade they have a goal go with a jolt to the system and the perception would be that the court is rolling back abortion rights not because they the earlier decision was necessarily wrong but because they're different members on the Supreme Court we now have to trump appointees and those trump appointees almost certainly would make the difference if that's the direction the court went tell us about the Indiana case which raises similar issues yeah this is a law that says after away for one wants to have an abortion she has to wait for eighteen hours after she has an ultrasound now the state already had an ultrasound requirements it all already have an eighteen hour waiting period for other types of so called informed consent requirements but then the state decided to combine those things. if the you have to wait for eighteen hours after the ultrasound and the problem from the abortion rights standpoint is for a lot of one women that means they have to drive hundreds of miles to a clinic a long way away and make two trips there or stay over night they are so it does make it significantly harder for some women to actually get an abortion and they say that makes all the difference in this case is that a federal appeals court struck down the law so if the court's going to take this one up the evidence is going to come from the other side it's going to be the conservative justices who say Hey we disagree with that lower court opinion we want to take it off the court right now has both these two cases the Louisiana hospital privileges case in the in Indiana weeding carry case before it and they're gonna have to decide are we taking just one of these cases we taking both of these cases or for our somehow we can avoid taking either of these cases and we we talk about the cheese being sort of the pivotal vote now but as far as taking the case they only need four votes so is it justice Cavanaugh who's the pivotal vote that's a good point he he may well be with especially when we're talking about that Indiana case where the lower court struck down the requirements and so yes it could be that the four conservative justices with justice Cavanaugh would vote to take up the case even though the chief doesn't Chief Justice doesn't want to take it up now that being said if you're the conservative looking at it realistically you you might only want to do that if you're pretty confident you're going you're going to get the chief justice's vote alternately when the court rules because then you're going to need that fifth vote but yes it is possible that that the four conservatives could agree to take it out without him necessarily without Roberts necessarily being part of that decision to justice Clarence Thomas has written about moving the abortion issue forward are the other. conservative justices as anxious to move it forward rapidly or are they in the mode of let's do it gradually. it's a bit of a continuing here justice Gorsuch is it seems to be largely with justice Thomas and having it you know a real desire to move quickly on this issue justice Cavanaugh in the last term there was one opinion he wrote when the court decided to to block that Louisiana hospital privileges law from taking effect he said he disagreed with that decision but then wrote a separate opinion saying why that step wasn't really that significant why will what he wanted the court to do by letting the if it had the court let the law take effect it would really have that big of an impact point being he's trying to say I'm not moving dramatically too I try to roll back abortion rights that sort of consistent with what we've seen from him in other areas of the law he may be like Roberts a bit of an incremental less when it comes to abortion right. one thing they can't avoid is that if they take these cases the decisions will come down in June most likely in the heat of the presidential campaign that's certainly not something that Roberts would once no and you know this is it this is a term that could be a very significant one they they have a couple other very high profile cases already they have the president trump's bid to eliminate the dock at the for deportation program they have cases involving whether federal job discrimination law covers sexual orientation and gender identity they're probably going to have a gun case that they that they act on and all these things could all happen at once and could very much but the Supreme Court front and center in the election campaign thanks so much Gregg as always for your insights that's Bloomberg news spring court reporter Greg
"lule" Discussed on Business & Biceps
"And actually do something with it. And do something, very a very successful that creates jobs and helps your family and helps yourself and give you a sensible film it. So if you ever think you need to stop in taking information and studying what you do in literally, literally again, obsessively wanting to know everything about what it is that you do when you face a customer, you're, you're just going to put a ceiling on yourself might what I say you won't be successful. I won't say that, but you will put a ceiling on how high you can go. I think the most humble, people are the people who are always seeking more knowledge, when you have more knowledge. You can give your business, a lot more gasoline. Yeah. Amazing. So crazy about these points man. This shit was written like nineteen o nine John. So gotten a buy the Bible's pretty old book, too. Yeah. A lot of these are biblical principles to all right? Next one is loyalty to one's personal associates. I mean, I think we've talked about that back and forth. But Lule t something I take extremely serious. And I think there's a lot of lack of loyalty. That's happening nowadays people like the jumped ship early. He had in the streets people like just get sideways, real quick, because of the of a really bad entitlement problem, I think right now in, you know, back in the day, when we have all the social media stuff and all this crap kinda confusing. Everybody's brain. It seems like if you're dude was down to fucking be there with the axe handle on your front porch, which it was hitting the fan like loyalty like that's loyalty is, somebody like Ivan in the fucking FOX hole with metaphorically in Arkansas can trust them. And then when I know what time it really is. And I can't then I'm not gonna put myself in, in a battle type format with them. You know what I mean? And it just I just this thing, just seems like it is really, really getting bad right now. John. Loyalties black and white to me. And it's also very extreme because if you're trying to lead something which requires so much time energy and responsibility in, you have people that are on your team in new, even half the question in your mind like if they are speaking negatively of you or they're pulling negative ideas into other people's head. Like, if I get if I get wind of that, that, that's accurate on an, it's an it's malicious. It it's it's game over immediately, like I don't wanna hear an explanation. Why you talk bad about me. Bottom line is you are disloyal like you. You have to look at business like it's a team like it's a family. And if you have people that. Vied into sex, SEC, T, S into sex sectors. Then the business is just gonna be it's gonna be a fucking mess. You're gonna have this camp and you're going to have this camp. I think we should do it this way distri in not ever work gets done in an efficient manner. So it's real simple. Man. If you wanna fuck in be disloyal to the people on your team, whoever's, leading that team should should get you. The fuck out real quick. Because you are a cancer cell that will spread, and we've had some problems like this in the past. And what when you weed out that person that has essentially disloyal talk about the difference at the room fills like instantly and Johnny. Yeah. Every everybody knows like, oh fuck, like there's no plan here and they should have known that from the jump because there's nothing about business. That's a game. You know, money's involved. Livelihood, czar involved. You know, people taking care of family members are involved..
"lule" Discussed on KCRW
"Marco werman. This is the world login. All Heff Lule defied the ban on women. Driving cars and Saudi Arabia. She filmed herself driving and posted videos on YouTube that was nearly a year ago after the driving ban was lifted all half Lule and other activists were put in jail anyway, she remains in prison. And now there are report she's being tortured hearing on her case was postponed last week. The judge did not give a reason why legit brother is while lead will have little she's she's holding up right now. She's voting from you know, the the expediency went through such as you know. Brutal torture and sexual harassment that was like happening in secrets silty that is outside the jail in Jeddah. And that was in the facility that looks like a hotel normally the talk to would happening a basement and one of the. The Tokyo session. You know, she not that Saudi Tani was there got on is the top advisor of the conference. And he was overseeing the talk show are your parents worried about their own safety. I mean, if your your sister was in an interrogation with an associate of the crown prince, I'd think that might make them a little nervous. I believe like everyone in Saudi Arabia is not straight. Now. The fact is the way they the Jane is men got into the house without like a permits and they retain and for one month. We didn't know where she was in support of your sister will lead you've gone to Capitol Hill, you've addressed congress. You've asked singer Mariah Carey in producer a con to speak out. They both have business connections to Saudi performing there. Specifically, what do you hope they do on login behalf? To speak out and adjust their issues. But the fact is you know, I wrote an op-ed addressing that to Mary Kay, but she hasn't responded to and she insisted to go while that's fine. If you wanna go and fun in Saudi Arabia. That's fine. But what I was asking for is just to speak out for Luton and those women's but she did not. I mean, you're taking a gamble in a way you're bringing attention to James plight. But do you worry that speaking out will possibly make things worse for well? We thought at the beginning that being silent would solve the issue. The fact is we stayed silent for eight months. And we thought that that would help her. But after eight months, we found out this madness taught you the sexual harassment Abacha eat -ment, and now we're left out with no options. But to speak out, you told our partners of the BBC that Lou Jane was so traumatized by what she went through during an interrogation interogations. I should put that in the plural that she actually wants to remain in jail. Given all of that. Why do you think your sister wants to stay in jail because of how they damage Terry petition and that getting out of jail and with a bat reputation would not help with the opportunities such as finding Jaylen saw do you think leaving prison might actually be a risk their own personal security like what people want her dead? I don't think that would happen. But it's just about the fact that would live a normal life. What people would not see. Like, you know, the way the her the beginning when she was arrested when they labeled her as a traitor, and this is what has been published in local newspapers will lead. What do you think is going to happen to your sister's case, honestly, I don't know. I wish if I have the answer for that. But I don't think anybody would know what will happen while lead. I'll Loule the brother of detained Saudi activists Lou, Jane, I'll have little thank you very much. Thank you very much for having me. Critics of the government in Thailand say the elections there last month were rigged to keep the army in power pushing back against the regime is risky. But opponents of the army's rule have come up with a clever signal one which many of you will be savvy to the world. Patrick win explains. From Bangkok if you saw the hunger games movies, you know, the heroes are these scrappy rebels trying to take down a tarantula state and to show their resistance. They hold three fingers up in the air will in Thailand. Holly. He would has been seeping into real life because people in Thailand opposed to military rule. They have adopted the salute. Good game. Hot one coach. Hi, nathan. It's even made the local news basically in Thailand, the salute means I am against military rule. People flash it at rallies or in self fees. Some have said for us in Thailand three fingers stand for three virtues. Sadie pop some POC pod on pop that is Thai for liberty equality fraternity the slogan for the French revolution. Nothing bloody insurrection is brewing. Most people flashing the salute just seem to want a functional democracy and no more. Army rule the salute has actually been used here since the last military coup five years ago and after that coup. The army said look, we are serious, no rallies. No dissent. Fall in line. So people had to get clever they'd stage a flash mob holding up signs denouncing the army and then running away or small group would gather near a train station to silently read, George Orwell's nineteen eighty four one guy named. Tot so my, Nope. Who goes by champ? He announced I'm going to go to the mall, and I will eat a sandwich. But I'm going to call it a sandwich for democracy. Can't detain me for that. Right..
Concern Grows For Loujain Al-Hathloul, Jailed Saudi Women's Driving Activist
"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message. Come from the UPS store, offering services from shredding to printing to mailbox ING and instead of closing this holiday. The UPS store is doing another ING altogether. Opening the UPS store every ING for small business. And of course, shipping now to growing worry about women activists in jail in Saudi Arabia, one of the most prominent the woman who led the fight to lift the female driving, then in the kingdom is one of them the band's gone, but she's still in prison and relatives say she's been tortured. NPR's Jackie Northam has the story in twenty four teen Eugene L hussle got behind the wheel and drove from the United Arab Emirates into Saudi Arabia. A video showed her wearing sunglasses a head scarf in a huge smile on her face. It was considered a breeze and act and the ultra conservative kingdom in landed. Hus- in jail for a couple of months, but she continued to battle for the right to drive. Then last may just weeks before the ban against female drivers was going to be lifted. Husk Lule was arrested again, along with other women activists, I think that Saudi Arabia has felt threatened by the activists and their positions. And I think they're trying to teach them a lesson Rupa Jamal has been a friend of Liu Jane hustles since they were both at the university of British Columbia Jamal is part of a Vancouver. Based activist group called friends of Lou, Jane, I felt compelled to joined crunch Zulu. Jane, simply as someone who has watched her over the years, grow in her activism and someone who took a huge risk to advance woman's rights center country, and now is facing the most heinous injustices Jamal believes house Lule was arrested because crown prince Mohammad bin Salman did not want. Anyone else getting credit for lifting the driving ban? She was outraged. When vo? Magazine hyped. The changes in the kingdom with the cover of a Saudi Princess behind the wheel of a convertible, the friends of Lujan group parody that image with a photo of a woman driver wearing a free. Lou Jane shirt net photo was then published in teen. Vogue house lose situation. Got even more attention after journalists Jamal kashogi was killed at a Saudi consulate in his stem bull. There was suddenly a lot of worldwide to tension. Not just to show his case, but also Saudi Arabia's humans rights records. So a lot of people were selling talking about the detained activists in November Amnesty, International and human rights. Watch issued reports about mistreatment of the female activists in prison, Adam Koogle with Human Rights Watch says the allegations were firmed up by us little sister, a Leah who wrote an op-ed in the New York Times. She revealed that Jane had told her parents that she had suffered brutal, torture, including beatings, waterboarding whippings as. Well as electric shocks her. Parents noticed that she was trembling, and she couldn't sit or stand properly on a recent visit to Washington, Saudi minister of state for foreign affairs auto algebra says a thirties are looking into allegations of mistreatment, but he defends the women's incarceration saying, they're a threat to national security there were attempts to recruit in individuals incense to physicians and to take sensitive information and pass it on the hostile entities outside Saudi Arabia. So there's more to it than meets the eye. You bear said evidence would come up had a trial but ten months after their arrest. The women haven't even been charged and there's growing pressure on Saudi Arabia to release them, including editorials and major publications last month. An impassioned Twitter thread about us Lule and her husband a comic went viral is author was Kirk Redel a writer and producer in Los Angeles. Where he met the couple a few years ago without. Trying to own a room. They owned the room in the most lovely gracious likable way who down says couple were excited about creative projects they were going to work on. But that's over. Now that house Lula's was in prison and her husband is keeping quiet. They were not advocating for overthrow they've loved their country. They just wanted to be able to live in it. A little more equally Redel since he was stunned and gratified his tweet captured worldwide attention, including celebrities and politicians, but he says more needs to be done to ensure hus- Lule and the others are released from Saudi prison. Jackie Northam, NPR news. This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast business. Business has always been driven by innovators. That's why Comcast business is helping you with technology that provides better experiences. Comcast business beyond fast.
"lule" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Five at NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A S. Wait shaking off the cobwebs here on a Friday. Let's go to sports ball. It was a game worthy of the one to match up. Louisville. Notre Dame women's basketball last night in south bend, the lead changed hands ten times. But Notre Dame had the final flurry. They outscored Louisville fourteen to two over the last few minutes and knocked off the cards eighty two to sixty eight. Great. They had us. They can make they kept going. Going away. But we've done so much better. Since the beginning of the season, we have been working hard and getting better in practice. Walla who scored thirty points. Twenty six of them came in the second half shell so made all twelve of her free throws at five rebounds, six assists and two seals for the Irish who improved to fifteen and one ranked number one and handing second rank Lule is I most of the season in fifteen games twenty nine points for Asia door for the cardinals Kentucky's women Nassir road win at Tennessee. For the first time in five years. Twenty seven points from Macy Morris and UK held off a late fourth quarter comeback by the balls to win seventy three to seventy one Kentucky's fifteen to sixteen hundred cats handing number thirteen Tennessee their second conference loss. Already. The walls are one and two in league. Play Bellamy's men ranked number one in division. Two one sixty four in a row at home. Now, that's longest streak in the country that ice improve to thirteen this season by slamming Quincy last night ninety nine to fifty eight Michigan remains one of the two unbeaten teams in division. One. The second ranked wolverines go to sixteen and oh by beating Illinois seventy nine to sixty nine fifth ring Gonzaga allowed. Just fifteen points in the first half enrolled over Pacific, sixty seven to thirty six that's a season low point total for the zags. But it's the fewest points. They've allowed in a game as well. San Antonio Spurs had a thriller last night as extra time to get a win over the thunder's picked up by mills.
"lule" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"And she writes, dear how have you been? I know hit has been a while since we last talked or saw one another. So it's probably real random to hear from me. L O L. Not sure what that means. Maybe her nickname for me as Lule. I think it has been around eight years now, and I just find some old pictures from high school memories. I. My I'll get back to that. I have recently finished my career, and I tried to find a job. What about you? We must see each other soon. So we can talk about the old years. I hope to hear back from you. Really? I want to know where you where have you been all this time and tell me more about yourself all my best wishes, Emma? I mean, this shame to admit. But I am having trouble placing sweet sweet Emma's face. And I I am racking. My I know it wasn't from English class. But she there's something that she knows about may because she knows that. I love looking at old pictures from memories. I don't know if you guys have ever looked at pictures from memories. But what you do is you write down to memory. Then you take picture of it. Then you sit by the fireplace in read it. And then you get up, and you write down your memory of reading it. You take a picture of it you go back to the fireplace. You read it you just keep repeating this until you fall asleep by the fireplace, and you wake up on fire. It's very life, affirming. I will keep you posted. On my reconnecting with them. This is an awful some moment filled out by a woman who calls herself, no pra, and she writes, my sophomore year of high school, I had to take the bus part of the time because I wouldn't receive my license until July, and none of my other friends could drive yet. I didn't love it because I get nauseous easily and Millie the bus driver like to take corners like it was the Indy. Five hundred what do you picture, you paint Millie the bus driver? And there's no way Millie was under sixty years old my grandparents were in town, and I was helping her drive at dishes as she was washing them. She was asking me about school, and I was filling her in, and, you know, the usual grandchild updates and the grandparents talk there's a slight pause and then out of nowhere. She blindsides me with do you see much oral sex on the bus? I just looked at her. And I was like hold on what you mean? Who response was? Here. It's a common occurrence, especially in the seats at the way back at this point. I'm dying of embarrassment. She continues. Well, I hear they also have this thing where the guy's lying up by girl. Like, it's a Choo Choo train. And at this point, I call on my grandpa and dad for support. My dad was like mom where did you even hear about this grandma? I was watching Oprah..
"lule" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"But now the the confusion about if if I wanted to buy a thirteen inch laptop I think there's eighteen different skews now like, and there you have the MAC book air that is in the name. It seems like it's the thin in lightest, but it's not the lightest. There's got nowhere at all. Right. Right. Right. Right. You've got you've got the MAC book which costs significantly more than what is probably the better laptop. I have no idea. What to think of that thing that Steve Jobs did when he came back to apple that's crazy skews, and he's simplified going the opposite direction another way to look at that. Is that only Steve Jobs made apple not irregular company in that in that way, because companies want to have a specific device for every possible right into the market and Steve Jobs. His whole perspective was no, here's the phone. It's called the iphone by it. That's what I only one and that was appropriate. I mean, maybe Steve was wrong. Maybe the modern apple should have. God, I don't even know how many phones different models of phones they sell. They still sell the seven, right? It's still sell the I believe so they still sell the ten they still sell the tennis. Then as this was the this is the point. This is the point I made on the show last time was I really strongly believe next year. They're going to go to it's going to be the iphone twenty twenty. And because I said carmakers figured this out a long time ago like there used to be a model ten model, but but so next year like Lule release it in two thousand nineteen but we're going to call it the iphone twenty twenty and that's going to be what we're gonna do the internet historian, Brian. You know, who else did that Microsoft Windows, ninety five windows ninety eight windows two thousand and then they stopped. Yeah. I never mentioned that yet. Burs or something they went to numbers, and then they started skipping numbers too. Yeah. Oh, you really wonder how these I I don't know what the right answer is. But you just wonder nut nevertheless iphone year over year revenue despite the fact that sales were flat year over year revenue up twenty nine percent. Yeah. That's that's the number in a nutshell. Having a nice high Mougins and an considerably Rausing processes mean that people are willing to spend more than one thousand dollars for smartphone. Yes. Unfortunately. So I don't understand it. But you know, such is life. There's a there's a lot of expectation that people spend even more and more and more just wrote a piece about the coming wave of flexible screen devices that are coming out. There's already one that. Yeah. And Samson's working on one bunch of them working on the Samsung flexible screen device, it's basically a kind of a flip phone type of thing. But this is one continuous screen is expected to sell for two thousand dollars smartphone. Yeah. So The computer? computer, right? It's your and let's not forget that Apple's computers. If you clued the ipad all much more expensive clothes two thousand dollars. So is your phone your prime? It's your primary computer for most people. Is it? I mean for work. It's the one you're the wrong guys through writers. You know, you need different kinds of devices. Yeah. But generally, I think I don't know look at your family and friends to indefinitely out western world. You don't see people sitting down to computers in desk anymore. It home. Starbucks. You do. But they're trying to work. They bring like, right? If you think about the my mom, always hates it. When I do this thing about my mom. Yeah. She goes on the internet fifty times a day, but she's not she she goes on her laptop. Maybe once a week tops. Right. She's on her phone all the time. I guess for me to really, yeah. In terms of actual time spent online I can say the fun being the primary one. But that's just really about consumption. If you actually want to produce thing, then you go to spend time on the computer. But her production is looking at pictures taking pictures responding to pictures commenting on pictures doing social media. So right again, she's retired. She's not she doesn't have to do work in the capital W sense..
"lule" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Time for that dues do presented by captain Morgan y'all know Marcellus debt doot, now, he's gonna show us the best place from big guys around football Marcellus. What you got time to get a big old some love, not just quit. Lock it. Big ugly guys in the trenches, really doing it. Let's start off with debt dues dues number three. We've got my Packers linebacker here. Collar fach rose. Silence of the Rams you could see him get that second Jerry Goff. But you know, what that deuce beaten Andrew Whitworth? Let me show you how you got this done. First thing. I Andrew Whitworth is going to get a job. And this job is going to actually help them before real look at that leg positioning. Look at the hip turn. At a starting to happen is really throwing we're off. So Whitworth throws his punch off canes off sequence not in a leveraged position. Oh, little streetfighter going all re you on them. And now, you see us all your power and you're looking at extension full extension now defect. In fact, we're why because he had put that pivot anchorfunding aground. Now, we're tries one more time. I'm Raji pass my quarterback. That's my s resort. Bo fact, growth roses are to turn to hips coach always says forced the hips by the upper body torque he does it comes around the corner. Cuyler fact world number three that dude of the week. Let's go to number two. We're gonna go to the risk ends in defense attack. Oh, met I count sack would watch this right here account secular. Like that. Mega hit what that phone. Hey. Oh, man gonna breakthrough on and gets ally. Manny, John Greco, he sees it. Oh my God. He's right there, and as you can see he oversteps and now that power leg is up an air. Oh, I says I'm with the writ Lule right underneath that are pit because he said, oh, you wanna come out here? I'm gonna go in there. And now this is one on one comback all about half position. I night just has to keep his, hey, it's an insight as you can see right now Greco's trying to fight they put his head onto other side. But he hasn't pinned this is so beautiful. Look he's trying to win the one on one battle before he gets to the quarterback too many young line forget that and look at these prairie dogs out. There wrestling they are getting it in. And now, it's time to serve ally. On the plateau is it's the battle for ally. We know who's going to win that battle with my man, I guess rid of Greco now he looks ally. Once again, give me out a VIN Neka, do please bench me again. Somebody comes say me too late. He took it to. Doodo the week. Now, let's get to our number one of the week. Go down New Orleans deficit tackle Sheldon rankings Buddha, Buddha Buddha out there, Minnesota. Ooh. Know it's going to take that right now, and he's six curls. What a little bit of a power. Let's see how this happened right here. It's not a bit rest on body. Give a hand to the inside look at this all extension Hanson inside a little dance move. Off with this sequence right there and puts I'm in the weight room, you not homeboy. And then he gets with the one arm coach always says I can steer you. If I put that one or more you superman, check, my Instagram the day me and little man or superman is they and once he gets their position. There's no recover from that. Now only did a bit. You would ask positions you rankings, Sheldon? Oh, my God be nice to him out there. Number one. That dude of the wheat love that. That was awesome. Wow. That right there. This. Some more NFL stories starting in Green Bay where the Packers were busy yesterday shipping. Comeback killer time Montgomery out of town after his disastrous kickoff return fumble costs Aaron Rodgers a chance to beat the ram Sunday. They also parted ways with haha Clinton did who is ranked the fourth best safety in leave by pro football, focus, but reportedly has been a major source of locker room strife himself. Look this is clear to me. They chose chemistry locker room chemistry over personnel. They looked at what they did against the Rams could be them should have beat them. We're fine. If our locker room is together, they didn't go the personnel route. I agree with the decision..
"lule" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Second down in one twins, right tight and left. Pistol. Look again, hand off Henderson off left. Tackle has the I doubt gets hit hard at the fifty spins away and gets about two or three extra yards. No save in the forty eight good for sex. Mar four to safety made the stop Tigers moving the football. Just like what you want to see take it at I want the opening kick twins right tight end left in a slot. Now. We're going to have a timeout one of the defensive lineman for uconn went down looks like it almost like it's a calf issue and the heat might be getting to him. This is a young man named Lule guac. He is from Edmonton Alberta. They've got five Canadians on this team. And one thing I know about Canada's not son is married to a Canadian. It's already cold up there. And it's cold in Connecticut. What is it in the sixties? They set up there already so coming down here to Memphis, especially with the Tigers running tempo. Trying to go play play play play play is gonna make it tough on these huskies who are used to lot cooler weather that what they're seeing here. Memphis. We've only played a minute and a second in the u of M'S already moved from their own twenty five I intend now at the Yukon forty-eight Ukwa gets up and walks off on his own steam the Tigers have a double tight end set with Sean dykes playing a slot receiver in this set and Magnifico to the laugh now they send him in motion. Actually, both tight ends in motion to the right side. Here's the snap hand off. It's henderson. Ms forty five to the forty cuts near sideline thirty five. Across the thirty all the way down to the twenty seven yard line their safety Tyler. Another young man from Connecticut makes the stop but sixteen yards per Andersen. But we got a flag on the play. And that's unfortunate. Daryl Henderson, he was his own blocker there after getting to yards past the line of scrimmage ran into the linebacker bounced off him, and it cut it to the outside. But we got a flag on Memphis. That'll back to play. That is a bummer because tiger offense was moving football. Very. Were. Advocates that sixteen yard jam. It'll be all the way back in Memphis territory at the forty six I never got the word from Tracy Jones. It must have been a hole somewhere. Yeah. That's that was the preliminary indication, but they never did give an official twins left tied and left. Pistol. Look again Henderson behind Brady white. Here's the snapping a play throw all the middle caught by Pollard pack in Yukon territory at the forty four yard line. And so that's a gain of eleven and the Tigers get a bunch of it back. It'll be second down and six and that's what the tiger offense. It looked like run Ron quick pass on a slant seem set a play fake again over the middle. Twenty five twenty. Touchdown showing. Magnifico gets it done. Just the beautiful. Thank everybody. Go with Daryl Henderson. Let the tight end wide open up the scene pass right on target mean to walk out there. There's pivoted at school. And that's how open it was. There goes the on the prowl banner the students exit. They're out at forethought haunt coming. Tigers strike first here at the liberty bowl forty four yards. There wasn't a man close to Magnifico comes Mr. perfection, rightly Patterson, thirty for thirty. That's not an ESPN. That is his numbers on extra points. Snap down leg. Throw it. Good at. Six plays seventy five yards at forty eight off the clock. Good decision to take the ball. When you win the coin toss. Meggett seven nothing. We're back at the liberty ball here a minute. This is tiger football from Louisville. They were listening to you..
"lule" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"I don't see why scarves on the head would be either unquote. Well, today, Quebec's top court ruled that MS l. Lule had every right to where her job in the courtroom. And she told CBC, Montreal reporter, Steve Rukavina. Why fighting the long legal battle was so important to her. I feel very, very happy. Nice morning that I, I'm hearing the final listen. It was a nice from them, and I feel very happy for the final decision. Thanks for all people. They help to like my lawyers, the NC 'em. Everybody supported me and they were with me since three years. It was a long time, but I felt that we can do something I can do something. So really, I'm I'm happy. What is the judgment mean not just for you, but for other people who wear the job? All the ladies were wearing hijab. Actually. I didn't do it for me. I did it for all of them and some of them they congratulate me and I can congratulate them also because I didn't do it for myself. I did for everybody for all ladies were wearing hijab. And from the beginning I talked about all not all not only three and a half years ago. You were just going to get your car back. Take me back. How did you feel when when judge Morongo said that she wouldn't hear your case unless you took off your job that day. I cannot forget about it that I forgot totally about the problem of my car. I felt sad for what I faced in the court because the court, the place for Justice, what she did. I think it was. Discrimination. I don't know what she was feeling against me, but in in in court and she's a judge and she knows that people are coming for Justice and seeking for Justice, and I hope that she feels that what she made was wrong and insulting to me. But really today, I'm happy it was a long journey for me, but today I'm happy Ranya allu- speaking to the CBC Rukavina in Montreal on Monday night, of course, right. Leaning Avenir, Quebec won. The provincial election party has vowed to cut immigration by twenty percent and introduce a so called values and French language test for newcomers and ban religious symbols in the civil service here is what MS Alleluia will had say about those policies. Actually, I don't feel happy. I feel sad for this thing, but I hope they change their mind and I hope they will. Deal in a fair way with all religions, and with all people, all of us, we are chemicals and we love this area. We love, we love Canada. We respect them, of course, but I hope they respect all minorities, a hobby, respect everybody because we came here to seek for Justice and peace that we don't make any harm for anybody even wearing or not wearing his up. I don't think we love to hurt anybody, so I hope they will not hurt anybody. Rohingya allu- reacting to the Quebec election results today. Top court ruled that MS l. had the right to wear job in a Montreal courtroom in two thousand fifteen..
"lule" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Right to drive is speaking out about a new defamation campaign against saudi women's rights activists the bbc sebastian usher reports this comes after last week's crackdown when seven activists both men and women were detained speaking from australia manal al sharif says she's received death threats online and what she believes to be an organized attack she likened it to what happened when she and other activists mounted their campaigns to win the right to drive that is now due to happen next month but the arrests of seven activists including well known figures such as lou jane hath lule have cast a shadow over the much vaunted and publicized reform under the leadership of the crown prince mohammad bin salman that has darkened even further with official statements effectively accusing the detained activists of being traitors working for foreign powers the bbc sebastian usher mexican officials say they'll conduct an audit of a mexican charter company whose plane crashed in cuba last week the boeing seven thirty seven went down friday shortly after taking off from havana one hundred ten people died three people survived the crash but are said to be in critical condition mexican officials say there had been previous safety complaints against the company that leased the plane to the cuban carrier this is npr news from washington then as well is holding election today president nicolas maduro is expected to win a second sixyear term despite a worse than the economy inflation continues to climb and food is scarce the mainstream opposition is boycotting the election and two of medeiros most popular rivals are barred from running in france the cannes film festival ended yesterday npr's eleanor beardsley reports american movie makers spike lee won the grand prize for his film black klansman this i'll be happy people's of brooklyn new york visibly moved spike lee took the stage to accept the ward lease film the true tale of a black police detective who infiltrated the ku klux klan ignited the festival polish filmmaker pavel pablo hausky took best director for his film cold war which delves into polish history behind the iron curtain the.
Doj, Jackie Northern and Missouri discussed on NPR News Now
"Thirty seven so we can bent work through the system named crease teach you pay budget negotiations may probably last until the end of the month meanwhile teachers will make their voices heard were lawmakers work this weekend for npr news i'm felicia eighty the justice department's point person on civil rights dodged questions at a house hearing friday on the agency's request to eta citizenship question to the twenty twenty cents form npr's hani lewan reports the justice department's john gore refused to answer many of the questions from the house oversight committee he did say the department needs data from citizenship question to better enforce the voting rights act but gore punted when representative elijah cummings a democrat from maryland asked what he and attorney general jeff sessions disgust about the department's request for the question i actually did you talk to your boss congressman i'm not going to discuss any internal communication you may you tell me whether utah decision you can't answer a question as to whether you talk to your boss we'd bay gore said he would not comment beyond publicly available information because the doj is part of the ongoing lawsuits against the citizenship question on the one news washington you're listening to npr news the missouri legislature has begun a special session to consider impeaching republican governor eric writings over separate sex and fundraising scandals a special house panel is expected to present the findings of its investigation during the hearings next week greatness was scheduled to be tried this week on a felony invasion of privacy charge stemming from claims he threatened to blackmail a former lover but prosecutors dropped the case he faces a separate trial on an unrelated charge of unauthorized access and use of donor lists from charity that he founded grayton says vowing to fight to clear his name several women's rights activists have reportedly been arrested in saudi arabia is npr's jackie northern tells us a high profile activist who fought for the right for women to drive is among those being detained new jane l half lule became a prominent voice for women's rights in saudi arabia in two thousand fourteen when she defied a ban on females driving and got behind the wheel he.
"lule" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"On the college level and colonels having to take down the 2013 championship banner something they don't agree with but i'm a court on wednesday they fall to duke 82 56 lule's nc double a tournament chances taking a hit with that lost fifthranked duke with the '82 56 win in alan 28 points on the evening over the last nor him you've average 23 points so what's been different for you over the stress different drugs that allows us there and aggressive these guys either goods output taken it on friday me go to this helmet shoot threes memo mojo so i went up a lot of there is likely but i've indian good luck twitter gone i mean window came other hinterland me a something it seemed like you'd rather having fun away now i mean how does it feel different toward the end of the season for you that our cricket other wherever and a lot of thought about most that means it's in everyone's into it on offense and defense were shared on a thing sharing the balls and emotion sharon energy and it's beautiful i remember after the st john's loss he said we prove that we're not as good as we think we are what if you guys proven over the last four game when we come together regular river and i think we're still getting better uh we're better than we were a week ago and next week will be even better and so we say on this project we will be the large by last night i really get to see you take the rim down you you had a talk in this one he wanted to see the play by play on on that one was low we got my legs are lots ir uh i i saw the class grown up in the air and just new i needed a lock down there and i'm glad i gotta dump gerald cruised analogy scored twenty six and a half points per game in the five games without marvin bangui this season north carolina temporary tar heels beating syracuse by 4 syracuse went into the day is one of jilin ottey's last four in 28.
"lule" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Are all night espn radio the other scandals we can bask walls dealt with global on the college level and carter seventy thanked 2013 championship banner something they don't agree with but i'm a court on wednesday they fall to duke 82 56 lule's nc double a tournament chances taking a hit with that lost fifthranked duke with the '82 56 win grace in alan 28 points on the evening dan over the last forty inhabits 23 points so what's been different for you over the stress different lurks that allows us there an aggressive these their goods output ticket on finding me go to this summit is super is memo moment so a lot of three is lately but i've been good luck on i mean window came other reminded me of something it seems like you guys are having fun right now i mean how does it feel different toward the end of the season for you got power cricket andre we're having a lot of fun and that minutes that means that same play better everyone's i enjoy it on offense and defense were shared on a thing sharing the ball santa motion sarah entertained it's beautiful i remember after the st john's loss you said we prove that we're not as good as we think we are what have you vice proven over the last four game when we come together we can be really does and i think we're still getting better we're better than we were to go and next week will be them better and so we say on this project we will be the lars by last night i really get to see you take the rim down you would you had a talk in this one you on just give me the play by play on that on that one was low we are i saw the grass came up in the air and just new i needed a knockdown i'm glad i got a dunk their own personality scored twenty six and a half points per game in the five games without marvin bangui this season north carolina tempering tar heels beating syracuse by 4 syracuse went into the day is one.
"lule" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Make some extra money because i have a fulltime student and had a fulltime job and not just allow me to eat there was no extra leftover so uh you know it's the first candidat combo makoma starting internet stuff in and so i started you know i started lule's little websites on stupid little pieces software and evokes and things like you know things like that and none of it had an headed having do with marketing right i mean is literally stuff on how to make your own baby food and all these little niche subjects will back then anything about the early 2000s no what he was doing this stuff but that was when you first started having marketing conferences so i went to these conferences as into to be you know and i'm like the kid and server is asking me questions they wanna know literally who's this child whose your wasn't even old enough to drink a i couldn't rent a car when i went to these played i i'd have to go and get a taxi his before december so i win before too long they want they asked me to speak and i remember the very first time i had a speaking engagement when i was done people said okay like do you have a book do you can knock known auta new book and those are busy ra he's biz what can you do consulting like nonoil antinuke assaulting a student had these businesses will you know what are you have what can we what can we buy and i remember thinking and i told her but i said look i'm starting a brand new projects remedy launching this this new property over here if you guys want to give me like 500 bucks i'll i'll send out some emails and and things i didn't know how to record videos before screen flow and all that stuff and like all the sinnotts and emails with some you know pictures showing you what i'm doing as i build this thing out for the next sixty days and i remember just this flood of people given me all this money and i was like okay there's something here and what was great is i didn't just use that money and put all my pocket i.
"lule" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast
"Akg there's dolled is like lule's for girls this like is to be all a doll i thought the body was to lose for girls where is buffy into madness only nobody has found buffy you don't wanna be found in his aramis you don't wanna be firm buffy pie fell off i want to see to fall off gummy looked logano back in the day buffalo she was older than what people thought she was i think that must that came out a case leinna we're buffer you for sure no by your body is this case she occasionally as group corners for the last twenty years the show uh what are we doing harassment spent a new james or give it to daddy official music video oh glad you a plug way no nice the funniest waiver we have to play a song now we do not i am give it said daddy yes please lisa ores start this segment discopub rope yes that's your sleep rory notice lab mice leadership to stay sleep on this is the opposite cover sleeper joint you can continue to snooze away on the path where whatever is hard go all right wait you've got to let the intro marinade art jose drive he got salty was is real quick all right we are definitely watching james are it up paid videoed out of shape on justice no you treasure ready the are you talking about thomas natural my worry daycare see this fast foil as get to some use it.
"lule" Discussed on WBOB 600AM
"There is a snap blackwood as the ball off patrick fights device i slammed in very touch the core all in all of the its own style effort the price came as florida state trailed 28 fourteen heading into the fourth quarter capped at seventy four yard drive the covered fourteen plays an igf 1 murray's fumble recovery in the end zone brought florida saint back to twenty eight twenty wind as jack was patrick fumbled on the goalline the ball skidded into the end zone and nudie married onthespot things were at look at great with just fifteen minutes to play in an offense that had struggled is the opening drive of the game when they matched little touchdown protect down to begin this contest but like we said that was a fourteen play drive the covered seventy four yards and led to the first of two touchdowns for nyk one murray in that fourth quarter afterward diet like you said cut the death deficit twenty eight twenty one and the fsu defense had got nearly seven minutes on the bench eyes they they were able to get a lot arrested they forced an immediate three in out by louisville has that olle's got the ball rightback with nine minutes to go just five plays later ford sat entered into cardinal territory and james black but it went to the air again the from the 20yard lined with age back to the lf did dropping back with those a rapt audience i'll jordan fanta great grab her noting murray without in a way i gathered really kind of an apps at all year long and i quote marie had to fourthquarter touchdowns that last when he heard titus up at twenty eight after the extrapoint was good for britain aguayo lule's lead all the set did evaporated completely but we always nettie can't cannot the reigning heisman trophy winner lamar jackson he drove the cardinals inside fsu territory but bobby body patrice no decided not to go for it mid range field goal it said tried to go on four data run out the clock get the easy victory offset car crashes here's the staff cash thinks of all what he lab abbas body dated wanted to get it how old.