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Cardi B Sorry for Reebok Ad Depicting a Hindu Goddess

Mojo In The Morning

01:42 min | 9 months ago

Cardi B Sorry for Reebok Ad Depicting a Hindu Goddess

"B. is offering an apology. After her hindu inspired footwear shoot for reebok was deemed culturally appropriate by some of her fans. People were very offended. She is being criticized across social media for appearing to mimic the hindu goddess durga in a new promotional campaign for her collab- with reebok and so people are saying. Look you using my religion as a way to promote. Your new shoes is just unacceptable here. She's on instagram. Suddenly i'm getting dragged out of even that was going on and they're saying because the my reebok shoe and saying that disrespected like a goddess or something in his. Hey listen when. I did the reebok shoe the creative telling me. You're going to represent a goddess dez. She represents strength manetti and liberation. And that's something that i love in that i'm all about and i thought that it was dope but if people offending their culture or their religion. I want to say. I'm sorry that was not mine ten. I do not like disrespecting suspecting nobody's religion. I wanted people to offend my religion when people dressed as virgin mary and jesus as long as date a beautiful graceful way every way. I don't feel certain separate. And i wasn't trying to be disrespectful. Maybe i should have done my research. And i'm sorry i can't change the past book so just like the whole thing in general the cultural appropriation offensive to people and then i didn't know this but in hinduism wearing shoes near the idols are. Gods is considered like super disrespectful. So she's like mirroring. This god holding a

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"manetti" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"manetti" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"manetti" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"manetti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Yonge ram and Maria Manetti Shrem founders of the Manetti Shrem museum of art at UC Davis who believe that all people deserve access to education and culture to enrich a lifetime of exploration and learning a special programming note on KQED public radio live special coverage again from Sacramento today with KQED news as we cover governor Gavin Newsom is press conference addressing California's response to the corona virus pandemic some parts of the state slowly re opening we'll have the latest for you twelve to one today live on KQED public radio welcome back to form a Michael Krasny the deadliest and most destructive fire in California history struck the town of paradise in Butte county in November of twenty eighteen and then their new book fire in paradise journalist Alistair G. and Danny on we on shares a dramatic stories of camp fire victims and first responders he joins us now to talk about the people who lost their town what paradise looks like now and how the ordeal has informed the community's response to the current pandemic and first let me welcome Alastair Gee who is special series editor with the guardian news and media and co author of fire and paradise an American tragedy good morning thanks Michael I'm a longtime fan of listening so it's great to be at me to have you here also want to welcome Danny and we all know who is joining us as well health care is co author copy editor at the guardian and co author of fire in paradise an American tragedy in welcome Danny I well thank you so much I'm also really excited to be here glad to have you here and then let me begin with you because these were your roots basically and when the guardian Senshi there as I understand it they said the treated like a real place what did that mean what does it mean to you is if yeah well as you mentioned I have this this personal connection to the area I I grew up just down the road from paradise and Chico and I was a reporter at the Chico enterprise record for several years and so going into cover this fire and I already knew quite a bit about paradise and and what kind of town it was and I knew that I wanted to live to tell the story of what happened there in a way that did justice to this town that I knew this little town of twenty seven thousand in the Sierra Nevada foothills we've all talked to a lot of of the victims in a lot of the respondents and certainly learned a lot about welfare is is a lot of that in your book let me go to you in this house there we're we're did you learn particularly from talking to victims I think what was astonishing was just how people in paradise had prepared for I'm fine and if you H. M. plans they have emergency procedures and they haven't had for a town of this apocalyptic might be cheated I remember speaking to that the former head of cal fire and in love and he said we have this fire tornado in writing we have the better the wine country fires in which dozens of people died we knew things were bad but each of these successive buyers showed is that we really didn't have a conception of how bad it could be I think it sends like iris the tune it out though a woman I spoke to who lived in paradise for a long time the honorable mistake two years Andrew and she said that she almost felt faced around the state while cries she wants in Santa Rosa and sing you the wine country fires while she lived in a town called Bangor and it worked fine news that are I'm in paradise itself you stream with buyers well that was the release of the fire I don't eat it though which came right to the edge of town destroyed two hundred homes in the town of paradise just got very lucky very lightly and so iris and Andrea had a hold on what's how she gets away coughing she was out of town and develop these two people that I like that we knew a fire was gonna come he just didn't know that based out of firewood and as you said ironically they have a very pretty decent evacuation plan what about the response what kind of group would you going from talking to them yes the right there was just this massive response to this fire as soon as you know one of the first firefighters in char bridge learned about this fire he you know said that this was the kind of fire he would have wanted to throw you know hundreds of engines that because it started in the steep inaccessible.

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Robert Conrad Dies: Star Of ‘The Wild Wild West’ & ‘Baa Baa Black Sheep’ Was 84

Doug Stephan

04:45 min | 1 year ago

Robert Conrad Dies: Star Of ‘The Wild Wild West’ & ‘Baa Baa Black Sheep’ Was 84

"Yeah tell us a few stories were Robert Conrad known for his being the wild wild west but he had three or four other TV shows that were very six black sheep he was in a gosh what was the stars when were they competed battle of the network stars a lot of people love them and that probably closer to to our generation the ladies here might have seen that or or of course he was and jingle all the way he was nasty cop and jingle all the way I don't know Robert Connor was just it you someone that really connected with a lot of fans number one because he was so darn good looking all my gosh still in his later years he was just very attractive at all the time for him yeah that pretty good if it's any had these piercing piercing blue eyes that could just pure right three oh and the funny story is that my dad had dinner with Robert Conrad he'd actually it Larry but people may not realize that Larry Manetti who played wreck on magnum I had a very close relationship with Robert Conrad they were very very good friends like brothers pretty much have fought like brothers left like brothers and so my dad had connected with Larry Manetti and was talking about doing a radio show with Larry and I think Larry was like a kind of on the fence he didn't know if he should and that is that you should really talk to my friend Robert Conrad so my dad had dinner with Robert Conrad and he said that he just my dad's got very intense like beautiful green eyes the five green eyes no but they're very intensive you stare my dad's eyes there like wet the you know the like peer three or soul or at least that would that's how I felt when I was a teenager but Robert Conrad would it just have these eyes that looked right back at you my dad always city like peered right through a man you never quite knew where Bob was and so my dad was talking to him about doing a show and and then Bob said all right I'll do it they were going to start out doing politics and Robert Conrad was conservative but he did a political show for about a day and it just didn't feel right to him and so then he did a show that became kind of very unique it was almost like a fan chat room on the air yeah yeah yeah yeah early on he we would book a guest in our so really good gas in fact I was hosting the show one day at I mean I I could name a whole list of people I talked about the one that stands out for me is Kevin Spacey Kevin Spacey used to stand in front of the gates at Robert Conrad house he loved Robert Conrad and I don't say what we will about Kevin Spacey at and I'm sure there are lots of accusations and I'm not going down that road at it will tell you that Kevin Spacey was one of the best celebrity interviews I ever did he was fascinating he respected Robert Conrad digit interesting career and that was one of my favorite moments of problem we were talking to Kevin Spacey together I anybody who is anyone in Hollywood earners for nine I mean it's Connie Stevens Carol Burnett all of them had come through and and Bob show at some point and it was always amazing to me to hear how many of those people that we know bill Paxton who's passed away he was is a fan of Robert Conrad I mean he came in and watching these big celebrities get starstruck around Robert Conrad was just really interesting because I think he had such an impact and on the personal side Robert Khan religious family he loves his fans he does have eight children yeah not a lot of kids and I think towards the end of his life he he softened a little but he was always a tough guy but what really made his whole week is coming into the studio doing is to our show where the fans could talk to him and they come in CM I mean it was like a big deal they'd like book time to come into the studio so they could come and hang out with Bob and they would send him these gifts I mean I'd never seen a radio show whole like Robert Conrad did what with as far as people's generosity they would send him monogrammed bathrobes and crystal sculptures and art work I mean just every week he would get new stuff from people all across the globe from France to add to the U. K. two places and sh I mean everywhere there are like Robert Conrad people all across the globe was so bizarre but it was just it was a fun thing to watch it was fun how much she appreciated that and he'll be missed I mean gosh she was tough and he could stare you down and steer you to your core and then he'd look at you and you know and just give you a big hug so it it's it's it's sad it was it was a sad day for us when we found out but he's been sick for for a little while he'd been not doing you know it as we all do is getting older and so he's right peace now and we're getting older what that's the only alternative right so it's I am happy to know that he's at peace but yeah little tough weekend for us we lost a family

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"manetti" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:04 min | 1 year ago

"manetti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From young Schramm and Maria Manetti Schramm founders of the minute he Schramm museum of art at UC Davis through January through June fourteenth twenty twenty the museum presents new era Doug eight consumers of installation that pushes the limits of perception this is fresh air and if you're just joining us my guest Glenn Simpson and Peter Fritsch co founders of fusion GPS and author of the new book crime in progress inside the steel dossier and the fusion GPS investigation of Donald Trump the most famous part or infamous part of the so called steel dossier this series of memos that Christopher seal steel assembled for you investigating Russia's interference in our election and Donald trump's ties to Russia was the so called P. tape and this is this is the tape that several sources told Christopher steel exists there's no confirmation that this tape exists explain what the P. tape is for somebody who hasn't been following right so the the details you put it is a recounting of source reporting from Moscow that alleges that Donald Trump in twenty thirteen while he was attending the Miss Universe pageant that he sponsored in collaboration with the Russian oligarch was in his hotel suite in Moscow the Ritz Carlton and they was sent a a pair of prostitutes who performed a urination show on top of the bed in the presidential suite at the Ritz Carlton hotel in it with the purpose being to defile the bed in which Brock and Michelle Obama slipped in years earlier now yes you mentioned several sources what we can't get in to sources and methods as we know them but we have strong confidence in the reliability and be well well place or nature of these sources and there were no fewer than seven for that particular anecdote so obviously this is the the most famous part of the so called dossier and there was some internal debate that Chris stills firm and then something that our firm about what to do about this in terms of the fact that it was going to going to distract people from some of the other information that was in the report in in in fact it hit that history of this is now shown that some of the denials that don't trump has made about this period were false ministries visit should precipitously denied this initially he told James Comey that he didn't spend the night in March in the hotel that night that turned out to not be true the so there was a conflict between both of you about whether to include the this allegation in your report or not I don't I want no that's yeah that's no Glenn was alluding to there was a dispute I wouldn't call it is there was a discussion inside orbis that Christopher steals firm with his partner who was also a fellow British intelligence officer former British intelligence officer about whether to include that in it or not in the end Chris who is the Russian as thought it was very important to include for the sake of verisimilitude the reporting right he wanted to accurately reflect what sources were saying and he did not and he thought it was real important to note that the Russian government could have hard evidence of compromise on the presidential candidate this is evidence that Christopher steel feared could be used to basically blackmail don correct correct and in our office we felt the this information wasn't all that significant and could only because a lot of problems because it wasn't really something had much application to the presidential campaign these kinds of confirmable stories about someone's sexual past it just doesn't really have much application in a in a political context so we were sort of stuck with this information when it became apparent that there was other things going on that involved a possible conspiracy against the United States and we decided to turn this information over to the FBI we sell that we do not want to manipulate Chris is reporting or edit it in any way because that would be a bigger problem so we just give my gave everything that's why you decided to that's why you decided to have the steel dossier be separate document from your findings with them yeah we've got you editing it all like this is this is what he found this is what he heard from sources and that will stand alone right is it it's important to point out that the decision to approach the FBI was Chriss you know we a seated we defer to him he is the intelligence for that decision because this is a real turning point in your investigation it then and the whole larger Russia investigate right so in in early July Chris arrange to meet with a contact of his at the FBI in Europe some someone he knew from previous work he asked us if that was a good idea and we didn't disagree it was it's important that it is clear that this is Chris is decision as intelligent professional so he he had that meeting in July fifth of twenty sixteen with the FBI and read them in to some of the information he found in his first report to unbeknownst to the FBI was also independently investigating Russia's interference in the election and possible ties between Donald Trump and Russia but Christians are still yes go ahead well this is an amazing point in the story which is that we now know we've now piece together the beginnings of the FBI investigation juxtaposed against the beginnings of Chriss interactions with the justice department the FBI and it turns out that it was almost simultaneous but the first information to get there was not our information it was the information about a low level trump campaign staffer bragging that the Russians at hacked the Democrats so who who was that so there is reporting that from Alexander Downer who's an Australian diplomat in the U. K. who had had a meeting with George Papadopoulos who was in the trunk campaign as a junior foreign policy aide in which George Papadopoulos bragged about having Russian intelligence on dirt on Hillary Clinton Alexander Downer reported that to use the US government which is where which is the foundation of the subsequent investigation called crossfire or anything and in this is how investigations begin is that data both the government's Australia and us reacted to the revelations that the Russians had hacked the DNC and so essentially the FBI had information coming in from two different independent sources around the same time that corroborated each other to some extent investigations that's actually how they get going is when information comes from more than one place ours came in slightly after the information from the stress you never intended the dossier to the public as as you said in you both didn't directly go to the FBI that was Christopher Steele who do that but you did start approaching journalist why did you start approaching journalist what did you want to tell them at left did you want them to do with the information initially in the summer of twenty sixteen we were concerned that certain people around the trump campaign in the trump campaign were of questionable character de Paul metaphor was someone that we knew a lot about that we believe had probably violated various US laws and might be involved in corruption and money laundering so we talked with reporters about him in others such as Carter page who seem to be inner interacting with the Russians in a suspicious way on a trip to Russia so these are people that we talked to reporters run we encourage them to look into a little bit more same with Mike Flynn now as it turned out all three people were people that needed to be sedated and two of them they've now played guilty to crimes so the initial conversations with reporters were about some of these characters in the trump campaign in the trump organization later with the movie became more concerned that there was a government a Russian government attack on our country that was unprecedented in scale and scope we tried to raise awareness with national security reporters investigative reporters a not so much to affect the outcome of the elections act specifically not to affect the election but because we thought that this was something that we need to raise awareness about because it was a huge digital Pearl Harbor against our country my guests are Glenn Simpson and Peter fridge co founders of fusion.

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"manetti" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"manetti" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"There were a lot of memes that came out of the first episode last week, and again, no spoilers. But my favorite mean was the no elephants meme, and you know, talking. It was the funniest thing ever. And somebody said, I think this might be true that this was a little jab by the writers at HBO that wouldn't give them the money to do the show. So I don't think it's a spoiler to say seriously said, where's the elephants there? No milady. What? There's an HBO wouldn't pay for the Manetti. That's not a spoiler spoiler. I'm bad with spoilers. No. I think that's okay. They're going to be. I'm getting get Email from people say what they're no elephants. Maybe they're going to have elephants later. This was a tease our show today. Brought to you by. Atlassian, if you're an IT, I we were just talking about agile, right? Everybody knows Jiro. Right. It's like if you're doing agile you using JIRA. We used JIRA not just for software development IT team uses it to keep track of projects who's doing. What what stage the project at one of the things I really like about atlassian, tools, and there are whole bunch of them is it's all about not just getting the job done. Of course, that's key, but communication as well. In a modern enterprise in cloud based world IT teams are at the center of everything and not only do they have to plan and execute they have to do it faster than ever. They have to do it. Right. They have to be open agile they have to coordinate between operations software development. Teens expectations are high. The stakes are high and IT is smack dab in the center, and you don't get to fail. You gotta get it done. So of course, the best IT teams, use atlassian, not only JIRA, but we also use confluence. Because it's very important when you get something done to document what you did. So that people understand that people who come after you, the can can say, oh, this is how it works. So we use confluence like crazy and the whole idea that you can use these tools like JIRA and confluence bit bucket. If you've got a source code database and never leave not have to use some third tooled to get.

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"manetti" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"manetti" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"manetti" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"manetti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Com and support for K Q E D this afternoon comes from yawn Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem, founders of the Manetti Shrem museum of art at UC Davis on view through April fourteenth, blue and yellow corridor and I- conic work by Bruce Newman realized on the very grounds where the artists conceived it challenger school dedicated to inspiring children to embrace challenge and find joy and self worth through achievement. Open houses this month. Open enrollment happening now details challenger school. L dot com. Hi, this is Melinda. My husband, and I subscribe to kick QE E because it is a constant in our lives morning, noon night, sometimes middle of the night, and we so appreciate the service as clear concise and also in depth news. Thank you so much may you strive and continue Chow for. No, thank you. Melinda. Glad you and your husband are supporters of care that we provide such a constant companionship in your life and give you the news and information that you depend on. Thank you so much for your letter one eight hundred eighty year comment rather one eight hundred nine three seven eight eight five zero is the number. Melinda called good afternoon. I'm Claire green. I'm here at the freemen and Andrew Alvarez we have left the world and going to head into the news hour, and until we get to the news hour at the top of the hour. We're going to see if we can convince you to become the newest member to the K weedy family one eight hundred. Nine three seven eight eight five zero is the number to call. That's right, one eight hundred nine three seven eight eight five zero or you can go online to K Q E, D dot org slash donate. And we have a five hundred dollar dollar for Dollar Challenge for you from anonymous members of the producers circle, the producers circle is a group of members who make significant annual contributions to K Q E D, but remember the challenge ground rules. If we don't make the challenge before this break is over then we have to offer to return the five hundred dollars..

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How DataChemist Is Building Enterprise Knowledge Graphs

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

05:36 min | 2 years ago

How DataChemist Is Building Enterprise Knowledge Graphs

"Listeners will know by. Now, this podcast is about how technology is transforming multiple industries, and solving real world problems rather than talk about bendy or foldable screens. Now, Mark Cuban declared that data is the new gold too often. I'm quite consciously huge amounts of data. Con answer the questions that actually matter because I deliver billions of isolated facts book zero intelligence now a company called data chemist recently appeared on more radar because they're attempting to solve this very real problem. They impose and enforce real world rules onto data and by doing so giving that customers more insight than they've ever had. Before Daya Comey's. He's actually making complicated. Simple, and they're transforming messy inconsistent data sets and transforming them into clean structured, integrated data and transforming isolate data points into a model of the world as it really is on the resort their customers improve decision making and reduce costs as a result. Now, ladies and gentlemen, that is a story that excellence me so book up and hold on tight as I beam your ears all the way the Dublin in oil, and so we can speak with Kevin Feeney CEO of data Chem. Massive warm. Welcome to the show. Can you tell the listeners about who you are? And what you do. My name is Kevin Feeney. I'm CEO of data chemists. We're a company startup companies. It's Manetti trinity. Goes it started two thousand eighteen we build engine, bras knowledge graphs, and what that means is we take a organizations oil in organizations data, which is typically very messy, we integrated together into a single connection oriented model where all of the data is models as entities relationships between entities. For example, customers and accounts and customers in orders, and we can see all this data integrated together in a in a great big network. And then this makes it amenable to very to a huge suite of mathematical graph analytics where we can find lots and lots of patterns that are hidden in the data that were previously invisible. What else researching you guys I quickly learned that? Chemist bills these enterprise knowledge, graphs with powerful logic, constraint engines, but can you tell me a little bit more about exactly what makes it unique? And what kind of problems you're solving with dia chemists? Yes. There's this is there's an area of graph databases, which is where we belong, and this is a different way of muddling data from the traditional SQL relational databases, where we have basic tables columns and rows this connection oriented view is becoming. It's very it has several very strong use cases in fraud detection supply chain analysis in networks risk in these areas where it's very important that we don't just look at a single entity. We look at high wits related to lots of other entities. So for example, and supply chains we can easily have a node failing, for example, a supplier of a company failing. But but it multiple hops distanced that has a knock on affect on the particular company so any use guys like dice where we have. Data that the relationships are very important that we may have to look at multiple hops of relationships the traditional database technologies is just not very good at this doesn't do. Joe SQL? Technically doesn't do very good at joins at scale for hundreds of millions of these records. For example, we can't see this. And there's lots of areas, for example, in financial services, where companies were regulators, for example, stock exchanges of these vast. Vice streams of data. There's there are bad actors in that data who are trying to disguise what they're doing hide behind third parties high behind agents, and we can make this very clear or we can see this very clearly in the data. But we have to be able to understand all the connections of all the actors. So it increasingly this is at the forefront of data technology being able to create these very large graphs of of relationships between entities an analyze these at scale. Now, what makes us difference? There's basically two families in this. In dot world of graph database. There is what's called property graphs? And then there's a af semantic web graphs of the second one semantic web is very Akademik. It's it's we have we we can make very rich descriptions of of what the data is and do logical inference overs. The second time is much more is the property graphs, which are actually much more penetration industry Neo for Jay's is the market leader there. They they're much more, practical, focus and the big difference. There is that the relationships can have properties as well as the nodes having properties. It's it's quite technical. But what makes us different first of all is the week. Combine those two approaches we have a semantic semantic layer bills on top of a property graph. Which allows us an what that capability that? That gives us is whereas

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9 accused of bribing Skid Row homeless in voter fraud scheme

Drew Garabo Live

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

9 accused of bribing Skid Row homeless in voter fraud scheme

"In Mr. Ottis apartment during which Minucci behaved in a volatile agitated and irrational manner, however, Mr. ATI did not inflict any corporal injury, or cause any traumatic condition upon miss Manetti that the lawyers also say that there are witnesses and surveillance videos from the building that would show that avenue d is telling the truth. Only the LAPD has refused. CNN's public records request to view the police report in the case saying it is still part of the investigation CNN has made attempted multiple times to reach Manetti. She has not responded to requests for comment. Thirty one year old Jennifer phrase, all the woman who sued DJ scroll x alleging he leaped on top of her from downtown LA stage in two thousand twelve was awarded three point eight million dollars by a jury the superior court panel deliberated for two days before finding in favor of phrase all who also suffered a stroke subsequent to the incident. The jury awarded a total of four point five million but six hundred seventy five thousand was deducted from that amount because Fraser's negligence was apportioned at fifteen percent. Talk radio seven ninety KABC sports separates lost to the wizards. Last night. Lebron James will return to Cleveland tonight for the first time as a member of the Lakers Sacramento is at Utah thanksgiving NFL game Chicago Detroit Redskins at Dallas. Atlanta at New Orleans that's sports on seven hundred ninety KABC traffic, your market, check, weather and more. Dr drew midday live next.

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"manetti" Discussed on You Must Remember This

You Must Remember This

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"manetti" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"Linda was born though Neta jar in nineteen Twenty-three Dallas, one of four children born to postal worker, ROY and the emotionally unstable Pearl. The family called MO Neta Tweedle tweedles wasn't uncommonly beautiful child and Pearl longing for excitement and fame for herself pushed her daughter to enroll in acting and dancing classes and to do some local modeling after moon. Netto won a sixth grade talent contest she bought into her mother's insistence that she belonged in Hollywood later, though. Manetti would have nothing but regrets. I've been working since I was eleven she recalled later, I never got to do the things most girls. Do I never attended a school dance? Never took a spin in a cut down jalopy. I worked. I was a lonely child and grateful to anyone who likes me three years later each Twentieth Century, Fox talent scout named Ivan Khan came to Dallas looking for a potential new stars. And Pearl scheduled a meeting for fourteen year old mo- Neta with him in his hotel room Pearl told her daughter that she was not to admit her real age, they hoped con would assume she was eighteen a few months later, the studio invited Manetti to come out to Hollywood for a screen test right off the train mo- Neta and a handful of other female aspirants cold from the middle of the continent were brought. To a radio station to meet Tyrone power. Menendez favorites star could get more glamorous than that. It probably could have. But for Moneda, it didn't she was paired with vocal and acting coach to teacher some basics and to diminish her Texan accent after two weeks of this crash course, she was given her screen test. But while in Hollywood, the men at FOX figured out that Manetti wasn't the eighteen year old she and her mother had hoped they would believe her to be at fourteen she was too old to be a child actress and just barely too young for the studio to feel comfortable casting her in adult roles. Finally, the studio told Monette has she was just too young. And that she should return to Texas and hone her craft and try again after a year or two. The teenager was devastated. She had left home hoping she would never be back because she would so swiftly be swept up into life changing stardom. Now, she was being sent back to Texas in defeat. She was miserable. But she had no choice. So she went back home enrolled in high school and continue taking every opportunity she could find to model and act in her hometown. A few months later are Keio came to town to conduct another talent search at pearls insistence, mo- Neta and heard. She won the Dallas round, and then was entered into a competition. Nationally broadcast on the radio in which she and other regional winners would compete for one archaic contract. Mo- nettle lost by made it far enough that FOX decided to take a second look at her on April fifth nineteen thirty nine. She arrived in Los Angeles and signed a contract with Twentieth Century Fox the studio had not allowed Menendez mother to accompany her and the teenage girl moved alone into the studio club an apartment house for young female pilgrims to Hollywood just like her which had been established a few years earlier by Mary Pickford, eventually when the teenager became totally homesick and despondent her older sister undead was allowed to come to California and move into a small apartment with the starlet. A while later the. Whole Darnell family moved out to Los Angeles. And their breadwinner would struggle to deal with the omnipresence, and passive aggression of her domineering mother. The studios creative wizard. Daryl zanuck, head agreed to sign Mineta with an eye toward casting her as a young model in a film called hotel for women. But he worried that she lacked a unique personality of her own that audiences would respond to it would thus be the studios job to superimpose persona onto her they decided to go with a standard Cinderella story to suggest that Manetti had been plucked out of total obscurity, which was sort of true, but sort of wasn't given that she had been groomed. By her mother for this opportunity for half a decade. Zanuck also worked against the kernel of truth to this story by insisting that Menendez countrified first name be changed. He dubbed her Linda alluding to her beauty and also leaving open the door to casting the Texan in so called ethnic parts. Hotel for women was not an ambitious film..

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"manetti" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"manetti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Maria Manetti Shrem, founders of the Manetti Shrem museum of art at UC Davis, which preserves the legacy of renown artists such as though for future innovators by dedicating a third of its space to arts education. Stargate October twenty eight. We still don't know if anything has ever lived on Mars at the evidence that something could have lived. There keeps getting stronger. So does the evidence that conditions could still be okay? For life today. There's little doubt that early Mars was much warmer and wetter than it is now conditions that were favorable for microscopic life and a Mars Rover recently found evidence of the building blocks of life in three billion year old sediments the curiosity Rover is poking around inside gale crater the Rover found that the crater was once filled with warm salty, water, some basic necessities for life and this year, scientists reported that the Rover also found complex organic compounds. Some of the building blocks of life that doesn't mean the compounds came from living organisms, but it adds more ingredients to the recipe for life. And it increases the odds that if life ever did exist. On Mars evidence of it might not be hard to find and an orbiting spacecraft recently found possible liquid water on today's Mars Mars express used radar to scan the ice cap at the south pole. It found evidence of a thin layer of water under the cap. The water could provide a haven for microscope organisms, perhaps making Mars a friendlier place for life. The planet is about a third of the way up the southern sky at nightfall shining. Like a bright orange star it sets in the wee hours of the morning, and you can find much more about Mars in Stargate nagazine subscription information at start eight dot org for the university of Texas McDonald observatory I'm sandy wood. We've had some very dense fog in the morning. These past mornings in continue to hang around.

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"manetti" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"manetti" Discussed on AP News

"Make a made up of two hundred facilities in Europe, Japan, the Americas and Asia Pacific. The statement said the new entity will be called Manetti Morelli, CK holdings and would build on the strength of the company's complimentary product lines. The angels pick a new manager and does AP's Mark Myers reports. He's not sure when it comes to league experience the angels of name Brad Osma as their new manager heading into next season. He succeeds Mike socia- who had guided the team for the past nineteen years like social is also carved out a solid playing career as a catcher highly valued for his outstanding defensive. Skills. He later managed Detroit for four seasons. Compiling a four eighty six winning percentage with one playoff appearance. The forty nine year old spent this season as an assistant to angels general manager, Billy or Mark Myers. Anaheim. A twelve pound chunk of the moon that fell to the earth as a lunar meteorite sold at auction this week for more than six hundred thousand dollars the moon rocks. Composed of six fragments that fit together like a puzzle. It was found last year in a remote area, north west Africa. It's considered one of the most significant lunar meteorites ever found because of its large size, and because it has partial fusion crust which was caused by the tremendous heat, Sears, the rock has it falls to earth. Boston-based our auction predicted. It would get five hundred thousand dollars for the rock, but the winning bid was six hundred twelve thousand five hundred dollars the midterm campaigns heat up. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP newsman at the midterms are two weeks from tomorrow early voting already underway in several states, including Texas, President Trump is campaigning for Senator Ted Cruz and other Republicans in his speech. Trump listed his top issues. The election. Of.

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"manetti" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"manetti" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Me since high school, the sixty five who overnight signed a letter from high school saying, I always treated them with dignity and respect that is that is the bottom line didn't happen. He rejects it, all, but he particularly rejected the Ramirez New Yorker story. Let's go back more from Brett cabinet cut number four. I have met her. We did not travel on the same social circles. She was not a friend not someone. I don't remember ever being at parties with their ever. I do not. And this is an allegation about a party in the summer of nineteen eighty-two at a house near Connecticut avenue and east west highway with five people present I was never at any such party. The other people who are alleged to be present of said, they cannot remember any such party. A woman who was present. Another woman who was present is Dr Ford's lifelong friend has said she doesn't know me and never remembers being at a party with me at any time in her life. All I'm asking for is a fair process. Be heard that is that is always going to get on on Thursday, by the way, he then respondent specifically to the ridiculous wild accusations by the porn star lawyer, Michael Manetti. About him participating in a horrible crimes. I mean, these are slanders things that. Publicity chasing, crazy guy actually is saying on TV's acting like a crazy man cut number five. All to all these years. That are in question, you're.

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"manetti" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

12:14 min | 3 years ago

"manetti" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Now, here's the man who's been recognized as radio's best the recipient of not one, but two Christina's Marconi awards for his broadcast excellence, the one and only Bill Cunningham. Billy Cunningham, the great American Jolie gun lock of frequent guest of his show every Sunday night. Is the director center for progress an invasion, independent women's forum? She's a woman and a mother might be good from her from her to hear from her for her perspective on what's happening tonight. More stuff's coming out allegedly about another woman. I can't believe when I'm reading on the drudge report and more Joni Gunnlaug, welcome again in the Bill Cunningham show. Julie how are you? I'm doing great. Well, you know, we were only going to talk about the one accuser. But breaking tonight, allegedly attorney, Michael Manetti and Ronan Farrow has found a female at Yale Law School who says that Brad Kavanagh slapped his penis interface, and that she was terribly outraged by this woman's name. She doesn't want to come forward. It's in the New Yorker tonight posted about nine o'clock eastern time. There's not much to say about that other than it's Michael Eboni Deon. I don't know. I mean, I don't know what happened run it happened where it happened or how it happened. But let me ask you this question. You have you have sons or some of your children, correct? Yeah. Absolutely. I have three sons three sons I've said for the last couple of weeks that women like you have a horse in this race because if you're signs groping a world or sexual harassment allegations of groping sexual assault or whatever can be prosecuted against your son without evidence. In fact, when when there's four witnesses present the say, it did not happen one saying it did isn't it dangerous for women to have male children anymore. And absolutely this is absolutely terrifying. And and so disturbing to even see sitting senators kind of saying, you know, really, it's we're talking about you are guilty until proven innocent. It's terrifying. Especially as as someone like me who has done. So so, yeah, this is this is it's it's horrible to see the breakdown of law and order, and and the presumption of innocence in this country that doesn't work anymore. In fact, as you may know in my other life, I'm a criminal defense attorney and normally if there's an allegation of sexual assault or groping. There's got to be objective evidence of it such as DNA research is torn clothing or something to show the police. In other words, you a woman can't show up and say thirty six years ago. Bill Cunningham groped me at a drunken teenage party. They would say well number one the statute's run. But number two, they would say what's the evidence? And then professor Christine Ford gave out the names of four people that were there. One was Brad Kavanagh? He denies it. Circa. One was marked judge. He denies it. Third. Patrick smyth. He denies it. And last night Saturday night, Leland Kaiser, whose female friend, a professor Ford back in high school said she denied it, and those are the four people she said was there. Right, right luck. This this woman and also it's it's also the delays. She can't drive. She doesn't want to be interviewed by committee staff in California. She won't come to our. She can't fly to Washington. We're seeing all the different delays that are coming about. And again, this is after every one of the witnesses that she has has said can corroborate her story do not. Corroborate her story. They do not back up her story. In fact, they've been very clear saying, I don't know what she's talking about in any other taste. I mean, and you know, of course, you've got Democrats like Steve Allison. You know, the the former head of the DNC who has very credible charge or allegations against him. And those are, of course, ignored so this this is a very unfortunate case, I can't believe what I'm seeing here. And even from some conservatives to the honestly I've been very disappointed in seeing. How some conservatives are sort of saying, hey, you know, I think I think Kevin I should really withdraw or or any so depressing to me to see this willingness on based on such flimsy allegations to to remove him. He is a he he is nothing but respected both professionally and personally and these allegations are so thin. They are so thin this. This woman is not a good witness. She is she's obviously made these allegations. And and can't eat. She's very blurry on the fact, she's very I think I think it's pretty clear that she's pretty confused about. The the facts and in any criminal court in any actual case. I don't think this would go anywhere. Prosecutors charges against him. And yet you have Democrats out there that are willing to literally ruined this man's life. It is ruined one way or another. She doesn't know where it took place should on. No, the daytime and place it took place. She didn't know how she got to that house. She didn't know how she got away from that house. She she misses key pieces of evidence. She gives names of eyewitnesses who say it didn't happen. But the media just completely ignores his eye witnesses. I'm watching stories tonight, ABC NBC and CBS. They barely mentioned. The fact that four witnesses say it didn't happen because many times in life of a teenage boy gropes a teenage girl, which may happen. Every Jillian may not be aware that it does happen. It does. I mean, I, you know, I I want to be careful about this. But you know, I I really also am just. Astonish that. This woman comes forward thirty six years. This man has been Josh for a long time as she just now comes forward and the and saying things like the thing that also bothers me I if her account is true. Yes. That's that's a scary thing that happened to her. It is not rape. And you see this conflicting now where people are just saying, you know, accusing him of of of of of raping her when this. Yes, this was it was it was terrible. You know? But you know, what whoever did this to her? These were obviously drunk alcohol fueled incident. She also said it's your rail her for years, and then, you know, thirty years later, it comes up in a counseling session. It's just it seems very odd to me. I think all of the circumstances seem odd to me. And again, we are talking about not only a man's profession, but his reputation his family, and I really am sad to see so many Democrats run with us. And again, it's only because they want to protect the court from conservative. There's an terrier motivates. It's not to assist a woman who claims sexual assault. It's really gross sexual imposition, which is the unlawful touching of another. What it's a Mr.. Meaner, but it can't be prosecuted because there's no evidence. The only evidence is it did not take place at the not happen. Some might argue that even if he did it thirty six years ago, he was seventeen years old since then he's led an exemplary life. But I I would buy into that. Because I'm thinking funny. You know, you see it turns out now cabinet has these these calendars from from from those years that he's now going to give to the Senate to look at. And there was some Josh barrow who's who's a writer a couple of other people were saying oh gosh. How weird that he has his calendar? So I on Twitter. I said I have six years of calendars that are in our desk drawer that I keep them because it's memories. And I, you know, and I love looking back and saying my goodness. How did we ever do it? Because you know, I've got three sports minded kids and all the boy scouts and all the activities and all the church things in the camps. We go to and so I keep those calendars his records. So I'm sure having ause mom was able. To go into a desk and able to bring out these calendars and thank God. She was because you know, and then another another comment from one of these you know, wise cracking smarties on Twitter said oh gosh. Well, you don't put dr-, you know, alcohol fueled party on your calendar. But I said, but you do put things like family vacations and camps, and you know, that maybe Cavanaugh was at a lacrosse camper soccer camp or whatever those things can exonerate him as well. And again, I guarantee you it was his mother keeping those talents. Just as I do. And I know a lot of other moms do as well. I'm reading of New York Times today, they posted something online that judge. Brad Kavanagh has calendars from the summer nineteen two. They plans to hand over on Thursday. The they do not show a party consistent with the descriptions, and he says it appears during June, July and August, I was gone. So that's another reason why she wouldn't date. What did she said? It was. And you know, I don't know about this new allegation from this woman at yell, but I will tell you Ronan Farrow has really been damaged with the revelations about Asia are Gento, and and her her questionable activities with an underaged actor, and so I'm not surprised Ronan Farrow is out there looking for another, you know, another sort of hit. And I and I think you know, it is so unfortunate. I mean my goodness. If these if these reporters had, you know, maybe taking an ounce of interest and Keith Ellison, or in, you know, the Kennedy family, or I don't know Clinton, you know, and and all the harms he did in his eight years in office. But no, they are gonna, you know, all their sweat and energy is going to again damage, this this very good, man. It's very sad. Even when he wins where do you go to get back your reputation, right? Where do you go? Clarence Thomas, Anita hill when Anita hill, Don and Clarence Thomas got done the polling at the time, including the Washington Post editorial board support a Clarence Thomas. Sixty five percent of the American people do not believe in Nina hill. So when people say, what is professor Ford have the game is going to be a multi millionaire. Reading writing a book. She's already got a gofundme page that's like raised a ton of money. Now, look, I'm not happy that there are lunatics on both sides. I'm not happy with the threats that she's received. And and the fact that she's had to flee her home. But my God, why does nobody care about Brad Kavanagh? Why did nobody care about breath having his wife and his children, and and his family and friends who are having to deal with us? It is the absolute the attempted ruining of a good man based on the flimsiest flimsy. And frankly, look, I'm sorry. I, you know, I'm sure this isn't politically cracked, but that, but the the the charges against cavenaugh are so are so laughable that you know, I'm sorry. She does deserve scrutiny. And she does deserve to be questioned under oath in front of the this is this is not asking a lot apparently this for her. But but any normal person would say, you know, this woman deserves to be to be. Questioned about her allegations before we talk about Keith Ellison. She says yes, the drive from California to Washington, but on her resume, she presented papers at least six times in Hawaii. So possibly should took a boat. I guess it's possible for the at all. And she is she seems extremely delicate. And she also apparently when Trump was elected said she was gonna move to. I I can't remember what she she said. She was gonna move overseas somewhere. So I don't know if she's got take a, you know, a boat, you know, or, you know. You try to figure out a way to, you know, take a. Yeah. I don't know. I don't know how she planned to get there. But it didn't seem like her fear of planes. So this is all stretching it out stretching it out, stretching it out delay delay delay that's their tactics..

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"manetti" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

11:39 min | 3 years ago

"manetti" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The man who's been recognized as radio's best the recipient of not one, but two Christina's Marconi awards for his broadcast steps the one in a moment. Billy cunningham. The great American Julie gun lock of frequent Gusta this show every Sunday night. Is the director center for progress, an invasion, independent women's form? She's a woman in a mother might be good from her from her to hear from her for her perspective on what's happening tonight. More stuff's coming out allegedly about another woman. I can't believe when I'm reading on the drudge report and more Joni Gunnlaug, welcome again in the Bill Cunningham show. Julie how are you? I'm doing great. Well, you know, we were only going to talk about the one accuser. But breaking tonight, allegedly attorney, Michael Manetti and Ronan Farrow has found a female at Yale Law School who says that Brad Kavanagh slapped his penis interface, and that she was terribly outraged by this woman's name. She doesn't want to come forward. It's in the New Yorker tonight posted about nine o'clock eastern time. There's not much to say about that other than it's Michael Eboni Deon. I don't know. I mean, I don't know what happened. We're gonna happen where it happened or how it happened. But let me ask you this question. You have you have sons or some of your children, correct? Yeah. Absolutely. I have three sons. All right, three sons. I've said for the last couple of weeks that women like you have a horse in this race because if you're signs groping a world or sexual harassment allegations of groping sexual assault or whatever can be prosecuted against your son without evidence. In fact, when when there's four witnesses present the say, it did not happen and one saying it did isn't it dangerous for women to have male children anymore. Absolutely. Absolutely terrifying. And and so disturbing to even see sitting senators kind of saying, you know, really, it's we're talking about you are guilty until proven innocent. It's terrifying. Especially as as someone like me who has who has done. So so, yeah, this is this is I it's horrible to see the breakdown of law and order, and and the presumption of innocence in this country that doesn't work anymore. In fact, as you may know in my other life on criminal defense attorney and normally if there's an allegation of sexual assault or groping. There's got to be objective evidence of it such as DNA research is torn clothing or something to show the police. In other words, a woman can't show up and say thirty six years ago. Bill Cunningham groped me at a drunken teenage party. They would say well this number one the statute's run. But number two, they would say what's the evidence? And then professor Christine Ford gave out the names of four people that were there one was Brad Kavanagh? He denies it. Certainly one was marked judge. He denies it. Third and was Patrick Smythe? He denies it. And last night Saturday night, Leland Kaiser, who's a female friend, professor Ford back in high school said she denied it and those are the four people. She said was there. Right, right. Look, this this woman and also it's it's also the delays. She can't drive. She doesn't want to be interviewed by committee staff in California. She won't come to. She can't fly to Washington. We're seeing all the different delays that are coming about. And again, this is after every one of the witnesses that she has has said can corroborate her story do not. Cooperate her story. They do not back up her story. In fact, they've been very clear saying, I don't know what she's talking about in any other taste. I mean, and then, you know, of course, Democrats like Steve Allison. You know, the the former head of the DNC who has very credible charge or allegations. Pam, and those are, of course ignored. So this this is a very unfortunate case, I can't believe what I'm seeing here. And even from some conservatives to be honest, I've been very disappointed in seeing how some conservatives are saying, hey, you know, I think I think cabinet I should really withdraw or or any any so depressing to me to see this willingness on based on such flimsy allegations to to remove him. He is a he he is nothing but respected both professionally and personally and these allegations are so thin. They are so thin this. This woman is not a good witness. She is she's obviously made these allegations. And and can't eat. She's very blurry on the fact, she's very I think I I think it's pretty clear that she's pretty confused about. The facts and in any criminal court in any actual case. I don't think this would go anywhere. Prosecutors charges against him. And yet you have Democrats out there that are willing to literally ruin this man's life is ruined one way or another. She doesn't know where it took place should know the daytime in place it took place. She didn't know how she got to that house. She didn't know how she got away from that house. She she misses key pieces of evidence. She gives names of eye witnesses who say it didn't happen. But the media just completely ignores these eye witnesses. I'm watching stories tonight, ABC NBC and CBS. They barely mentioned. The fact that four I witnesses say it didn't happen because many times in life of a teenage boy gropes a teenage girl, which may happen. Every Jillian may not be aware that it does happen. It does. I mean, I, you know, I I want to be careful about this. But you know, I I I really also am just. Astonish that. This woman comes forward thirty six years. This man has been a judge for a long time as she just now comes forward and saying things like the thing that also bothers me is that I I obviously if her account is true. Yes. That's that's a scary thing that happened to her. It is not rape. Rape. And you see this conflicting now where people are just saying, you know, accusing him of of of of of raping her when you know this. Yes, this was it was it was terrible. But you know, what whoever did this to her? These were obviously drunk alcohol fuelled incidents. She also said that your her for years, and then, you know, thirty years later, it comes up in a counseling session. It's just it seems very odd to me. I think all of the circumstances seem odd to me. And again, we are talking about not only a man's profession, but his reputation his family, and I really am sad to see so many Democrats run with this. And again, it's only because they want to pretend the court from conservative. There's an ulterior motive it's not to assist a woman who claims sexual assault. It's really gross sexual imposition, which is the unlawful touching of another. What it's a mystery. Meaner, but it can't be prosecuted because there's no evidence. The only evidence is it did not take place. It did not happen. Some might argue that even if he did it thirty six years ago, he was seventeen years old since then he's leading exemplary life. But I I would buy into that. Because I'm thinking funny. You know, you see it turns out now cabinet has these these calendars from from from those years that he's now going to give to the Senate to look at. And there was some you Josh barrow who's who's a writer and a couple other people were saying oh gosh. How weird that he has this calendar? So I am Twitter. I said I have six years of calendars that are in our desk drawer that I keep them because it's memories. And I and I love looking back and saying my goodness. How did we ever do it? Because you know, I've got three sports-minded kids and all the active in boy scouts, and all the activities and all the church things in the camps. We go to and so I keep those calendars his records. So I'm sure Kavanagh's mom was able. To go into a desk and are able to bring out these calendars and thank God. She was because you know, and then another another comment from one of these you know, wise cracking smarties on Twitter said oh gosh. Well, you don't put, you know, alcohol fueled party on your calendar. But I said, but you do put things like family vacations and camps, and you know, that maybe Cavanaugh was at a lacrosse camper soccer camp or whatever those things can exonerate him as well. And again, I guarantee you it was his mother keeping those calendars just as I do. And I know a lot of other moms do as well. I'm reading of New York Times today, they posted something online. The judge Brad Kavanagh has calendars from the summer nineteen eighty-two. They plans to hand over on Thursday. The they do not show a party consistent with the descriptions, and he says it appears during June, July and August, I was gone. So that's another reason why she wouldn't give a date. What did she said? It was fifth, and you know, I don't know about this new allegation from this woman at Yale. But I will tell you Ronan Farrow has really been damaged with the revelations about Asia are Gento and and her her questionable activities with an underaged after. And so I'm not surprised Ronan Farrow is out there looking for another. Sort of hit. And I, and I think it, you know, it is so unfortunate. I mean my goodness. If these if these reporters had, you know, maybe taking an ounce of interest and Keith Ellison, or in, you know, and the Kennedy family, or, and I don't know Clinton, you know, and and all all the harms he did in his years in office. But no, they are going to, you know, all their sweat and energy is going to again damage this very good, man. It's very sad. Even when he wins. Where do you go to get back your reputation, right? Where do you go? It's like Clarence Thomas, Anita hill when Anita hill and Clarence Thomas got done the polling at the time, including the Washington Post editorial board support Clarence Thomas sixty five percent of the American people do not believe in Nina hill. So when people say what is professor Ford had the gain. She's going to be a multi millionaire heading writing a book. She's already got a gofundme page. That's like raised a ton of money. Look, I'm not happy that there are lunatics on both sides. I'm not happy with the threats that she's received. And and the fact that she's had to flee her home. But my God, why does nobody care about Brad Kavanagh? Why does nobody care about break having his wife and his children, and and his family and friends who are having to deal with this. It is the absolute the attempted ruining of a good man based on the flimsiest flimsy. And frankly, look, I'm sorry. I, you know, I'm sure this isn't politically, correct. But that but the the the charges against cavenaugh are so. So are so laughable that you know, I'm sorry. She does deserve scrutiny. And she does deserve to be questioned under oath in front of the this is this is not asking a lot. Apparently it is for her. But but any normal person would say, you know, this woman deserves to be to be questioned about her allegations before we talk about Keith Ellison. She says yes, the drive from California to Washington, but on her resume, she presented papers at least six times in Hawaii..

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"manetti" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"manetti" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Yeah. As far as whether Klay in my. Self try trying. You know, we're watching the weather every day even if it's this time of year just to make sure that nothing's going to be popping up. And then if we know that there's something going on clay, probably let his boss, David Manetti. No, make sure we got any extra type stuff that we need. And then from there though, communicate that to the Pires if need be, you know, right before game, we actually haven't had to deal with that this year, but if we did, that's kind of how they would do it. And then of course, once the game starts no longer in our control, it's the Pires alone. So we'll update them with, you know what the weather forecast would is calling for, but as far as putting on or taking it off, it's their call solely. So. Is it true that you know we talk a lot about how the quality of play in major league baseball is just constantly improving, and you know the best players from twenty years ago wouldn't be the best players today. Do you think that the quality of fields has improved in the same way as it constantly getting better, or are there ways in which it hasn't for a long time or has gotten worse or or complicated? I think even since I've started in the industry, I've seen fill out better just some of the products are coming out with better and the technology is better equipment better. Just guys knowing how to take how to handle different events and stuff getting better. I think that's where a lot of networking comes in through geyser, sharing ideas in the wintertime and figuring out what the best way to do stuff is, but definitely think fields are getting better and I know that you weren't there, but have you heard horror stories about the the sewage flood? Have you heard what that? Yeah. I've heard some stories doesn't sound fun, but hopefully that they got those issues fix somewhat doesn't happen again before they move out of here. Yes, hopefully, so deep grunts keepers, I, I've heard grunts papers get a a World Series share, potentially. If if there is a World Series win, is that something that is on your radar at all? Is their playoff share for Grenz keepers? Think from my knowledge, obviously, I haven't been with the team that's done well enough for that, but I believe it's voted on by the players. I think they kind of haute how that shared. So you know, it'd be nice. It'd be nice if something like that were to happen, and they were to vote some of that to go towards the grounds crew. But one of the things you can't really Bank on it ever but kind of in the back of your mind, maybe. Yeah. And is there any performance aspect to your job? You know you, why? MCA certain grunts crews. Do. Various performances in games..

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"manetti" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"manetti" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Bbc's sense of humor putting michael manetti on the bbc while participating in the protests in london sam that's his client is in jail backhoe is very sweet though he gets his moment in the sun as long as he goes to london now we go onto where the president came from which is brussels the remarks by the general secretary of of the brussels jens stoltenberg were you know quietly difficult however i found most most gripping the president's regard towards germany you will recall we will all recall the original mission of nato in nineteen forty nine was keep the russians out king americans in and keep germany down germany is a problem sub and the president identified it and angola miracle on the last year's or last month's last days of her chancellorship is inadequate to answer the president's quandary yeah you're listening to me i don't know this but i cut my teeth on nato issues more than twenty years ago i was the partnership of peace fellow i mean it sounds like ancient industry of the nato defense college in rome and we have been talking about these issues for decades decades the freeloaders syndrome and the europeans are taking their defense seriously it was mentioned behind closed doors but nothing ever changed the mere fact gerhard food is still a chief executive for the national energy company gas promo russia it's about time i don't care who it is the fact that it's a us president makes it all the more important but somebody had to call them on the carpet the idea that germany wants to get in bed to the tune of seventy percent of their energy coming from vladimir putin the idea that we have twenty three over twenty nine nato nations not keeping their promises when it comes to national defense expenditures it's time to change it it's we don't need more joint statements about shed values we need seriousness from allies if you call yourself an ally act like one not as that's all donald is saying and i am i am at this point skeptical that the europeans can match their own rhetoric we see now that they've got new initiatives about cyber warfare new initiatives about space warfare new new qualifications about when article five will or will not go into into endo action on in the event of a cyber attack or s space attack or a hybrid war attack however the europeans still looked at the united states to do the lifting the president did not leave brussels inflames it's intact but i doubt i doubt them very much i think germany is is trying to game us here and i think that the scandinavian countries that want to join nato will will keep coming as long as the united states participating i do not believe that the europeans are ready to defend themselves how what is your measure of their conduct said to be we can't tell them all with the same brush i think what you'll say absolutely true for for the legacy nations such as germany they're just not serious when they try and flee sauce by saying oh yes we're spending two percent on gdp of gdp on defense and they include military pensions in that two percent taking a right the just not serious i think what we will see on unless something changes unless there is a seachange of leadership in amongst the transplant community what we will see is a divided nato in terms of seriousness you will have former warsaw pact nations like the baltic alike poland then former captive nations like the baltics who know the threat and who are afraid for good reason they will be serious they will meet that commitment and they will work with us and the others will remain fat lazy sebastian gorka is the national security strategist for fox news.

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"manetti" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"manetti" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Same time because this is like really and and how much better is this for the white sox who have been a catastrophe i mean you might remember when we were talking to jason manetti during the season previous he he thought that i forgot his exact number but he thought they'd be pretty close to two five hundred and instead of being close to five hundred they do have fifty percent more losses than wins right now or action say no that's wrong a hundred percent more losses wins it's double the number thirty and sixty but you have a team like the white sox has been so disastrous but then you also have the oriels who had the worst first impression because they were so bad in in april and then the royals of really come on strong to take over the worst human baseball mantle but the the fact that there are these teams all doing at the same time i think in a way sort of alleviate the burden on all of them because it's almost it's hard to keep your attention focused on how bad one of them is when you kind of look for a fun fact about the orioles thirty seven games out of first place yeah whatever you're doing something embarrassing or shameful it's less embarrassing and shameful when other people around you are doing the same thing and you just cut up lend into the crowd of people who are doing something basing so yeah it's nice for them to have company and not be alone in their historic awfulness it is strange that there this bad i wonder whether it has to do with just how good the good teams in the al are this year because it's not like i mean when i look at the orioles royals we expected them to be bad it's not surprising that they're bad but it hasn't been that long since they were good or at least competent and it's not like they've done the most you know strip down to the studs kind of rebuild tear down tank whatever you wanna call it like the royals just kinda aged out of their core and they lost a bunch of free agents and that's what happens in the orioles just have had a really bad job of of choir hiring and developing talent and so this is what happens but i didn't really foresee either of them being one of the worst teams ever this year so maybe that just has to do with how stratified ale is right now and it doesn't really help any of duffy turn into a problem alex gordon had that brief little flip of looking interesting earlier in the season but i really don't want to go over the royals that by we they do have an all star everyone has an all star they have an ulster we could talk about even they're all stars bed which is the mark of a bad team but yeah i know that during the off season you go get lucas duda john jay they resigned mike misako you think well at least they're trying right at least they're not they're not tanking their spending a little bit of money putting some veterans around the core if there is a corn turns out there is no core l c bar just had his play every single day streak end but the looking at numbers that streak should've ended like a year ago maybe before it began i don't know i don't know how much it matters i don't know how much the royals to have dropped so deep because we all know it's going to be a long time before they return so maybe it doesn't matter the mathies one hundred or one hundred ten to twenty but it's wow it's going to be a longtime by the way it's pronounced either fate or fete evidently both are acceptable i'm going to go with fete because fate is a word and fete is just a bounty hunter so i'm going with you can't say feet i guess feed is probably not permissible that is already a different word okay so i got my first pronunciation was not correct either way so i went to options i went for the incorrect for three it's but there was no little diet critic over the east so i was enough yeah all right so you were just joking i know it wasn't really a joke but i'm going to say it was joke about taking the rest of this episode of because we're talking about the.

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"manetti" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"manetti" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Terminology on facebook would not be disciplined see now wait a minute there they're whipped up into a frenzy because a student posted something on facebook that offended them and so as a group they angrily demanded punishment for the written speech on facebook on facebook you see where we're going here don't you though the language itself may not be in violation of eddie duke policies on speech and expression we nonetheless find it's used to be deplorable manetti explained adding that while there may not be formal student conduct consequences for his actions we are aware of and acknowledged those students and student groups holding him accountable for these behaviors maybe i should ask the crypts to kill him maybe that would be they should ask the crypts maybe to kill him like kenya because as what the left does according to the chronicle manetti was referring to a snapshot posted by a student and they dupe means memes for gothic teams gook duke memes for gothic teens goth offends me so we're going to have to take that down that whole thing facebook group which displayed the word and then they delete the n word which came on the heels of another recent incident now it's on facebook somebody wrote the edward unfit were they writing out lyrics to song or to you know maybe the pulitzer prize winning reprimanded was lyrics to his song is that because would that make it okay again with that be okay because i know that you guys have a lot of double standards and we're just trying to keep up over here because you're so much smarter than everybody else that it's hard to keep up with your fluid thinking don't you know which came on the heels of another recent incident in which racial slurs were posted outside the door of a duke apartment complex those are usually fakes of course despite calls for action manila doesn't plan plan to implement any major campus wide initiatives no major campus wide initiatives because someone put an offensive word on facebook what if they put it on facebook in japan where you still have campus wide initiatives or because it's an interconnected world you know how that goes.

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"manetti" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"manetti" Discussed on KQED Radio

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