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'America is back': Biden pushes past Trump era with nominees
"We're tired. President elect Biden will tell the nation this afternoon that Americans will get through this pandemic together. Biden tells NBC. The transition to his administration is underway and the proper people are talking with each other. Yesterday he introduced the top picks for his incoming administration. A team he says will restore America's leadership in the world. Theeighties Tim McGuire reports. President elect Joe Biden pulls from the ranks of Washington veterans announcing his nominations to key national security and Cabinet posts is a team that will keep our country and our people safe and secure. It's a team that reflects the fact that America is back. Biden's picks include several women and people of color, some of whom would break barriers have confirmed to their new positions, including Averil. Haines has the first woman nominated his director of National Intelligence, and Allah, Hendra, My Yorkis, the first immigrant nominated to head the Department of Homeland
'America is back': Biden pushes past Trump era with nominees
"President elect Joe Biden names nominees for top diplomatic and national security posts president elect Joe Biden pulls from the ranks of Washington veterans announcing his nominations to key national security and cabinet posts it's a team that will keep our country and our people safe and secure it's a team that reflects the fact that America is back Biden's nominees are a clear departure from president trump whose cabinet has largely consisted of men almost all of them white pines picks include several women and people of color some of whom would break barriers if confirmed to their new positions including Afro Haynes as the first woman nominated as director of national intelligence and Alejandro my York us the first immigrant nominated to head the department of homeland security Tim McGuire Washington
Officials nationwide struggle to contain coronavirus' spread
"The multiplex. A Moscow Wells Gabriel and I'm Rita Foley. AP News Word of a successful second vaccine comes as the spread of the coronavirus explodes across the country. Officials say mass vaccinations are not likely until the spring, meaning masks avoid crowds and other health precautions. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr Thomas Farley is cracking down on the crowds. We will prohibit indoor gatherings or events of any size in any location. Public or private officials say the large Thanksgiving feast isn't going to happen this year. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says the latest trick measures should be seen as a bridge. We want to get to the vaccine without experiencing a massive loss of life. That is our collective goal. If the FDA allows emergency use of one or both of the vaccine candidates, there will be limited ration supplies before the end of the year. I'm to McGuire rising cases, hospitalizations and deaths lead to tougher restrictions to curb the pandemic. Word of a successful second vaccine comes as the spread of the coronavirus explodes across the country. Officials say mass vaccinations are not likely until the spring, meaning masks avoid crowds and other health precautions. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr Thomas Farley is cracking down on the crowds. We will prohibit indoor gatherings or events of any size in any location. Public or private officials say the large Thanksgiving feast isn't going to happen this year. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says the latest trick measures should be seen as a bridge. We want to get to the vaccine without experiencing a massive loss of life. That is our collective goal. If the FDA allows emergency use
Oregon, New Mexico order lockdowns, as coronavirus cases surge across US
"New Mexico are in near lockdowns as a coronavirus surge explodes across the country. Mexico Governor Michelle Do Han Grisham. AP News for Friday, November 13th I'm Tim McGuire shelter in Place. Oregon and New Mexico are in near lockdowns as a coronavirus surge explodes across the country. Mexico Governor Michelle do Han Grisham says all non essential businesses will be closed for two weeks. Stay at home except for on Lee, the most essential trips for health. Safety and welfare. Other governors are not going as far restricting the number of people inside bars, restaurants and other businesses. Crowd size is also being curtailed. Colorado Governor Jared Polish, and I think the country is gonna pass 200,000 cases per day. In the next day or two in Colorado, 6439. Also a record for Colorado. Deaths are also spiking about 1000 per day. At that rate, a quarter million people will have died in the pandemic in the U. S. By sometime next week. The governors of California and Oregon have also issued travel advisories that people entering or returning to the states. Should self quarantine
Explosion kills 2 steam pipe workers at veterans hospital
"Explosion at a Veterans hospital in West Haven, Connecticut. It was a steam line that was being replaced A V A worker and a contractor were killed. Officials say the explosion occurred as they were refilling a steam pipe after some routine maintenance. Three other workers were hurt. I'm to McGuire Pay P
2020 election "most secure in history," security officials say
"Election Security Committee made up of state election officials and federal cyber security officials says last week's election was the most secure in the nation's history. Members of an executive committee of top state and federal election officials say in a statement they found no evidence of lost, compromised or altered votes in last week's election. The committee members also reject claims made by President Trump and his supporters of widespread fraud. The committee is made up of top level officials within the Cyber Security Infrastructure Security Agency, which was set up by President Trump two years ago. Various secretaries of state and election officials, They add states with close races now have paper records of each vote, allowing the recount of each ballot. Tim McGuire, Washington
Georgia secretary of state orders hand recount of presidential votes
"To respond today to team Trump's request for a recount. Tim McGuire has the story. Secretary of State Republican Brad Reference. Berger has been asked by Congressman Doug Collins heading Trumps Recount team and the party state chairman. To order a hand recount of the five million votes cast that would be in line with the state law requiring one of the statewide races be audited for accuracy of the tally. Reference purge, ER says. Since the races so close, every ballot would have to be recounted. Biden has a 12,000 vote leave less than half of percent, which under Georgia law would allow for the request for a recount. In Pennsylvania. A
Fall Ahead: Finals Prep
"Tips that you had for students right now as they prepare to wrap up this semester. Yes so that's awesome question and one. That's very very very important. I think first and foremost take a deep breath rate. Just take a deep breath. Because you've mentioned so much is going on so much going on. So i know as a student many of our students. They're tired they're you know they're physically tired. They're mentally tired. They're stressed they're worried. So much is going on so just take a deep breath because not only are you tired. We're tired as well right back. What are you tired around. The i mean we just exhausted so across the board in one of the things. I like to tell my students is. We're in this thing together or we are in this thing together and i think been a huge theme for the pandemic. We are truly all in this thing together so just take a breath reach out when you need to reach out right know that there are different services. I know you've had different sessions about the counts counseling services and all these different services. Your professors your instructors. We're here as well. We want you to be successful. We want you to be healthy right. And so just take a deep breath right. We're here together reach out. We want you to be successful. So i'm here to help you and meaning of your instructors. We are here to help you hear norfolk state university so reach out. Take a breath. Don't don't be afraid to ask. We can't help you if we don't know that you need the help right so make sure. That's first and foremost retail then next. We honestly can't help. You know that you need that assistance so we are truly here for you then next thing when you are you know finals is coming but we still have the last few weeks to end up so i say as i told my students just the other day in our classroom. Let's focus so that we can finish strong like so. What do i mean by that. You still have material. You still have assignments prior to finals right that you need to do. So you know this is we are at that final phase. I'm a former runner. So it's like head down perfect form. You got exaggerate that form. Got the drive. You know you've really got to drive to get to that finish line. You're you're exhausted. So you gotta work on that form and you just gotta have your head down and you just gotta drive. Go just go for all out right. This is no time to give up and this is the time that we really have to be intentional. Truly focus on what needs to happen to finish strong. So what does that mean. Make sure that. I'm studying properly so that this current material are things that you don't have to touch on right so you know if you especially when you have that all inclusive binal right. Maybe if if you make sure that you knock out this stuff can go back to review the older material if that makes sense all right. So how can we make sure that we're studying properly and of the things. I was mentioning before. Was this thing called the study cycle. So see sandra mcguire study cycle. And this thing would it really talks about tells me to do. Is one preview. The material before gwen to class right so of course. That's nothing new. Your teachers tell you to do that unless i don't mean go. Sit down for a half hour. Forty five to look you know the topic. It really is a quick easy. Thirty preview flip through should take you five to ten minutes right seeing. Just familiarizing yourself. What's gonna be covered right. You can see big pictures you can see terms you know. Okay all right you know you just kind of glancing opening your brain in an in getting yourself ready impressed for the learning. That's going to occur so literally. This is something five ten minutes. No more than fifteen minutes of a quick preview not really studying you're just glancing you're previewing. You're familiar rising yourself getting ready. Then of course we're going to class right we know class attendants important so make sure these last few weeks that you are intentional. You're there you're there on time. You're there you're showing up. You're asking your questions your incentive you you already previewed so you know what's going to happen now when you hear about it maybe okay. You have some questions. Make sure you're asking those questions while you're in class now wants clashes over your task. Now is to review right. What happened right. Go back over those notes. Maybe you need to rewrite them. Right or whatever be the case but now i have to go back over that stuff and maybe formulate questions that you thought were cleared but may not be clear right and so this really should take ten fifteen minutes right so. I'm not telling you to really dive in and take forever to do this. It's just go back over your notes developed questions of something that might not have been clear right as we read something. I thought it was clear when she said that. But wait a minute. There's a small question about that. So you develop the questions right those off to the side and develop those kinds of questions. Then i'm going to set aside a time period. Maybe thirty minutes right. I'm going to set aside an intense study session. Thirty minutes thirty minutes guys. That's all i'm asking thirty minutes. We all got thirty minutes. He wasted thirty minutes. Doing who knows what we got thirty minutes. Just literally set aside schedule out that time and we're going to sit there and we are in but before you do that. I need you to task what you want to accomplish in that thirty minutes right. You've gone through the material you know what the material is so say. I want to cover this this this this topic right right that out be intentional. We're not just floating through. Okay what's this. What's this what's this. You know the material that's happened. You know so list out the topics that you want to cover or what you want to get accomplished in those thirty minutes. Sit down and do it right. Go back over that. Go over
Mississippi approves new state flag with magnolia
"Mississippi voters have approved a new state flag with the Magnolia and the phrase in God we trust it replaces a Confederate theme flag that state lawmakers retired months ago as part of the national reckoning over racial injustice. The magnolia flag was the only design on the general election ballot. I'm to McGuire AP News
FBI warns of "imminent" ransomware attacks on hospital systems
"Cyber teams from inside the government and private companies have been trying to block attempts to take over the computer systems and hospitals across the country. The FBI and to federal agencies say Russian speaking, hackers are trying to insert a ransomware into computer systems in healthcare facilities across the country. The attacks come as a nation is seeing big jumps and positive test for the Corona virus and covert 19 hospitalizations. One expert calls this the most significant cybersecurity threat to the U. S. And he is concerned the group may try to lock up the computer systems. Of hundreds of hospitals over the next few weeks. To McGuire. Washington 10 Together, Dan
Salt Lake Tribune will move to a weekly print edition in 2021
"A daily newspaper in Salt Lake City, Utah, a day after the Salt Lake Tribune announced it will soon and daily publication. The Desert News says it's ending his daily paper starting next year. Both papers will continue. Daily online editions as well as weekly printed editions of the AP found some 1400 cities and towns had lost or newspapers over the past 15 years. I'm to McGuire AP News I might cross CIA reporting A disgraced self
"mcguire" Discussed on The Uncommon Christian Podcast
"Hey everyone. Thank you so much for tuning in today for episode number 14. We're concluding a series called. So what the series is all about understanding how we can so intentional seeds and our everyday life and the results of that is reaping the fullness of God's purpose in our lives today. I am joined Again by local church pastor counselor and the host of the Soul podcast Anna McGuire for part too. Well, here we go. This is the uncommon Christian podcast with Michael Hinton. Well, hello guys, welcome back to the on, and Christian podcast. I am again joined by none other than Pastor counselor and podcaster off and it would wire. Hey guys, so excited to be back for another week. That's so good. Last week was so good Anna. We had to have you back forget. I'm really awesome and super thankful for that. So for those of you who did not get a chance to listen to episode number 13, I would tell you to pause this episode right now. Okay, just pause it will be fine. We'll be here go back listen to episode 13. It is so good. And it kind of gives you some of that opening things about Anna and who she is and what she does but just really could just give us a quick overview of what you do and your family. So I live in Indianapolis. I have the honor and privilege of serving on the Pastoral team at home. Church plant called Parkside Church, I help with the discipleship process and Leadership and a couple of other things there. I'm also a school counselor. I have a podcast and wage and married to the hero of my life Andrew Maguire and we have a baby boy named Archie Archie and I love how I've seen you say that on your Facebook before that Andrew your husband. Is Choi hero of your life and I'm always like man. I told my wife to Erica. Can you start referring to me as a hero of your she said? No. Yeah, He really is the hero of my life like he walks in integrity and humility but has us like amazing confidence. And when I think of people who most look like Jesus in the year that we like in this time in this season of crazy chaos and everything it's him and so he he's my hero. That's awesome. That's so awesome. I wish I could send this. Well, he'll listen to this and go here that and get some brownie points and all those good things. Yes. So Anna started a podcast called off. So what and it's basically the premise is that if we so intentionally will be able to reap abundantly in everything that we do not just like Prosperity but just in life and in general so and once you give us a just a quick recap of last week's episode we talked about the first part of the premise which is so intentionally. Yeah, so so intentionally is about this truth that we find in Scripture that if we sow sparingly we're going to reap sparingly meaning if we make choices that are just kind of odd like that are passive and apathetic then we're going to get passive and a pathetic results in our life. But if we so abundantly in generously into our lives and in fact Nationally, that's the word. I've always come back to that. We look at our lives and we have a vision for our lives and we have an outcome. We want to work towards then when we do those things when we make choices that is really brief lead to the outcome. We want then we're going to have results that we enjoy which is a life of purpose like the peace like a passion and I think a life of fun as well. Yeah. That's that's so good. I was thinking to myself, you know, I was looking at my season currently that I'm in and I'm thinking man, how as I was listening to your broadcast..
Harry Maguire and Reece James sent off as England lose to Denmark at Wembley
"Harry Maguire managers are get booked twice in the space of half an hour reese James Manages to get sent off after the final whistle and England lose at home to Denmark. Chose Maguire's having a rough time. Do you blame him or do you blame the managers who keep playing him? To start. Button, ready with United Against Peres I thought that was even worse with England on on Wednesday night I mean why is going on? There's a second yellow card he tackles with his left foot right-footed. Like maybe I don't know. But even just defy. Logic of anything and he's just I think he needs a break. I think you need to stop playing for a while. I think just needs to refocus reenergize just just having breakfast just stop do something. To do something bit, don't play with united at the weekend against to. Surly doppler with united. against. Chelsea and Aston, which are the next to. Premier League. I think it could get worse. Okay. But I agree with you on the wire but should we be called? I know we all love Gary Southgate because he's not very nice guy you don't like him. Till you're going to blame him as well for. What Clearly you can see that. Lacks confidence lacks form likes pretty much everything. Much much fitness sharpness everything what you play him was you pay me in the game night. This were already you were not good against bedroom, for example and not. Even McGuire and then you play in a game like this again I i. think you need a break I think everybody can see it and I just hope you get say for his own sake I will say this about southgate because we're seeing the same film that unwound with every single previous in England coach. Everybody jumped on the bandwagon. So great it's love show good whether at the time was competitor happened with hearts and Ericsson and then all of a sudden they turn on him and totally go the other way. Observe Gab look at the last four games, your food not run.
Ray McGuire, Wall Street Executive, Enters New York City Mayor’s Race
"And Bob. There's another name in the race for mayor next year In New York City, Ray Maguire is one of the highest ranking and longest serving black executives on Wall Street. You seeking the Democratic nomination? At the age of 63. He's giving up his post as vice chairman at Citigroup. He tells the times that quote
"mcguire" Discussed on The Uncommon Christian Podcast
"Hey everyone. Thank you so much for tuning in today for episode number 13. We're in a new conversation series called. So what this series is all about understanding how we can get intentional seeds in our everyday life and the results of that is reaping the fullness of God's purpose in our lives today. I am joined by local church pastor counselor found host of the so what podcasts and McGuire. Well, here we go. This is the uncommon Christian podcast with Michael Higdon. All right guys. Well today I'm excited for you cuz our series called. So what we are actually joined by the creator of the so what podcasts Miss mrs. Sorry Anna McGuire make sure I get that right missus. She is Merry Gentlemen. She's taken Miss. Mrs. Anna McGuire. Anna is the discipleship pastor at Parkside Church and her husband Andrew. Also a pastor's the pastor of leadership in Ministry at Parkside Church as well. And will you say hi to the podcast for us? Hey everyone. So excited to be with you here today. Yeah, and we're so thankful that you said yes to coming out to the show. I literally guys just so you know, I am I Andrew and Anna I met when I was a student pastor at Traders Point Christian church, and they were coming by to check out the ministry and I got a chance to talk with him and give him a tour and and birth. Actually even tried the higher-energy. I don't know if he told you about that. Yes. Yeah. Yes. Yeah. Yes. Yeah. I wanted to honor of his life. He was like, oh my gosh. Michael would want me to be part of his team. Yes. I really really tried to hire Andrew, but God wanted you guys to stay in Indianapolis. And so I got the the next best thing was to get you on the podcast. So that's super honor to be here super super super honored. Well Anna started a podcast of her own called. So what now before we jump into what that means and took it today and I wanted to tell us a little bit about yourself..
2020 Nobel Prize in physics awarded for work on black holes
"Involved in the search for black holes have been awarded the Nobel Prize in physics in the 19 sixties, Roger Penrose leaned heavily on Einstein's theory of relativity to prove the likelihood of black holes some 30 years later in the 19 nineties, German right hard, Denzel and American Andrea Ghez headed teams of astronomers who located a massive black hole at the center of the Bilkey way. First thing is doubt that you have to prove to yourself a year. We're really seeing what you think you're seeing as an astronomy and physics Professor Im to McGuire
Harvey Weinstein facing three new rape charges in California
"Movie producer Harvey Weinstein, who's already serving time in New York, faces additional charges in Los Angeles, including rape involving two more women that makes 11 counts of sexual assault in California. AP said Donahue has more details. Los Angeles County prosecutors say the charges involved two women. The complaints allege they were raped by Weinstein at a Beverly Hills hotel. One between 2004 in 2005, the other between 2009 and 2010. These new charges mean Weinstein is now charged with 11 felony counts in Los Angeles County involving five women. He's serving a 23 year prison sentence in New York on convictions for rape and sexual assault against two women. Weinstein was diagnosed with the Corona virus earlier this year, A spokeswoman says. Harvey Weinstein has always maintained every one of his physical encounters throughout his entire life has been consensual. And that hasn't changed. I'm to McGuire. AP News
Trump, Biden appeal to Catholics at virtual charity dinner
"President Donald Trump and democratic challenger Joe Biden both address the annual Alfred E. Smith charitable dinner in New York City there were no interruptions no name calling none of the chaos from Tuesday night's debate even so Thursday evenings addresses to the Alfred E. Smith dinner held for Catholic charities in New York showed stark differences between president trump and former vice president Joe Biden trump accusing China of failing to control the corona virus and Democrats of being anti Catholic it predominates in the Democrat party and we must do something immediately about it like a Republican win Biden who is Catholic expressed optimism about the nation being able to overcome the pandemic and the societal problems that it exposed one day we'll look back and all no matter how far we fail but how fiercely we fought back as a country traditionally the dinner show that those fighting to lead the nation can get along or at least pretend to for one night I'm to McGuire
California wildfires force thousands to evacuate
"Two new wildfires in Northern California have forced thousands of people to evacuate. Law enforcement say three people have died in the SOG fire in Shasta County. Separately, the glass fired north of San Francisco has put more than 65,000 people under evacuation orders from member station Kake, Hedy Kevin Stark reports. Officials say the wildfire exploded in size at one point burning across four miles in about six hours. Hot winds drove the flames across Napa Valley, showering members on tinder dry vegetation, sparking more fire and destroying homes. Mark McGuire, a state senator from Sonoma County, said firefighters worked aggressively to save as many homes as possible. This fire is the biggest threat biggest threat to public safety. More than count for me when I remind folks is We do have significant fires across the state as difficult as last night was. Firefighters save much more than were lost. Winds have subsided, but the region is still dry, which will make this an active firefight for the foreseeable future.
The Suitcase Murder
"My name is Meghan Sacks criminologist at Fairleigh Dickinson University. In simplest terms criminology is the scientific study of what causes crime and how the criminal justice system. Response. To crime. Ridden about twenty, five true crime books over the years and I think many maguire is perhaps one of the most interesting ones and baffling. This is Melanie. McGuire arrested today minutes after dropping offer children in daycare. Melanie, McGuire a New Jersey nurse was accused of killing her husband cutting up his body and throwing it into the Chesapeake Bay. In two thousand, seven, what was being called? The suitcase murder trial was generating an enormous amount of media attention, not just in New Jersey, but all across the country three bazaar discoveries, three separate suitcases, all containing human remains the woman who is on trial for her very life. She says the real truth behind the crime has never been revealed with no history of violence and no apparent motive for murder. Could she really have done it? She was this beautiful young nurse and they were the seemingly normal middle class couple and the murder happened in such a grisly way. The idea that this beautiful nurse could have actually killed her husband and then cut him up is just incredible. Of course, they were salacious aspects. Maguire is a nurse and prosecutors say she had an affair with a doctor. She didn't fit the profile I. Guess of a murderer over the years and colleagues of ours have come to me and said, you know Melanie McGuire proclaims her innocence and to tell her story I started thinking Oh maybe there is a little more to this case than what you see on the surface and then the idea podcast came up and I was all in on direct appeal examined the murder conviction of Melanie, McGuire him following a highly publicized trial looking at the evidence that was presented and the evidence that may have seemed insignificant at the time before own conclusion about Melanie's guilt. We hear at ABC have our own history with the Melanie. McGuire case back in two thousand, seven ABC's Cynthia McFadden had the first on camera interview at the mother of two on trial for murdering her husband. Who was the Melanie? McGuire you hope to jury. knows. The one who tried to take care of everybody. Who didn't make the smartest decisions but admitted to those mistakes? To the people she trusted most. But. Did Not admit what what she's acute stuff. I have been incarcerated for twelve and a half going on thirteen years now. Do. You still insist that you're innocent. Absolutely. You're sitting here. A wrongfully convicted person. Correct. Absolutely and what have those years spend like? I tell people. It's not as bad as you think in some ways and it's so much worse than I could ever articulate in others. After all these years I. Still feel her I still feel bothered. I still feel like how could somebody think? That I did that. This whole saga begins on May. Fifth two thousand four with an odd discovery in Virginia Beach. Early morning a couple of fishermen and the kids are out on a boat by the Chesapeake Bay. Me and my friend Don Connors was going to go out fishing and we both had days off D. or Don. We Call Them D. said, keep his kids out of school. We're GONNA take him fishing. Everybody was excited. We went right out this bridge here. and to keep on going you run right in the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. In the Chesapeake Bay Bridge tunnel is seventeen and a half miles long. It really is quite astonishing. It connects the eastern shore of Virginia to Virginia Beach has two tunnels, two shipping channels, and then once you get on the other side, you go North into Maryland Delaware New Jersey.
"mcguire" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History
"Because of World War Two right they can basically throw up the United States's goals for world, War Two, which is. Ending the war against democracy and bringing democracy to the people, and they can say, well, how about you know the Fascism here in Alabama? How about the fact that we can't get justice here at home How come are black soldiers are fighting over in Europe but we see Taylor can't get a court hearing here. So they could they could use the wars a wedge, a political wedge to try to force the United States to put its money where its mouth was right by the nineteen fifties. It becomes more difficult because the Cold War and McCarthyism right so the but he's always looking for you know they have they don't just. They don't just rally behind anyone reecey. Taylor was a mother. She was married. She was a churchgoer. So even though she was working class as a sharecropper, she had a kind of respectability that they could get behind and that they could rally behind and they would look good and she was guard right I'm she became an ideal symbol by the nineteen fifties when we look at the Montgomery bus boycott or other assault cases into the late fifties and early sixties, the NWEA'S EP has to be a lot more careful. They think in the kinds of survivors they choose to hold up as symbols for cases of oppression. Yeah. I think that your point about the Cold War in particular. So well taken because the the cause of reecey Taylor is taken up by black newspapers. It's also taken up by the daily worker that there is support there within black communist network that in the nineteen fifties is going to become a hurdle. Right this idea that all of these civil rights activists are actually communist in disguise which. Even, though you can use the same arguments about while the US. Stands for freedom and it stands for equality and we need that in the Cold War that actually there's also this Cudgel of red baiting that becomes a real obstacle to try to navigate around. It becomes much more difficult and they and they become much more careful about who they choose to organize with in the nineteen forties. There's a kind of black popular front of Leftists Labor, Union activists, not quite communist, but further than maybe even an ACP and. They really work in unison and they're they're connected throughout the country by the nineteen fifties. A lot of those organizations have been red baited so badly that they're either operating underground or they're not operating, and of course, by the late nineteen fifties end of Lacy Peterson band in places like Alabama I feel like what I saw was at the end of lacy was much more active in working on cases to protect black women from sexual violence in the nineteen forties then they were in the nineteen fifties and Nineteen Sixty S. So as we start to wrap up here, I want to talk a little bit about Rosa Parks because you know this is a figure who was there and present? How does it help us rethink Rosa Parks understanding her involvement in this early case and what don't we know about Rosa parks given this sort of context you gave about the kind of organizing that was that was happening and how it changed over the course of the forties and fifties. So, what we forget about Rosa parks is that she was raised in the Garvey movement in a way you know her grandfather was a Marcus Garvey fan and she was raised to believe in the ideas and tenants of black nationalism that black was beautiful and that no one should ever put her down or treat her disrespectfully and her parents really kept her out of. Working in white people's homes for that reason. But the one time she did work as a domestic for white family. In earlier depression a she was attacked by white man and she wrote about it and that's in her papers that are now at the Library of Congress and I think that's part of what got her involved in in cases of rape and sexual assault was her own. Experience fending off a white man who tried to assault her and she was vehement in her defensive her bodily integrity, which we don't think about Rosa Parks is being that person right but she ended up working on other cases similar retailers throughout the nineteen forties in the early nineteen fifties both cases that were white women accusing black men rave and also working to protect black women who? had been raped by white man and when you track those cases leading up to the bus boycott normally do you see her involvement in these every day kinds of racial violence and sexual assault but you see her working in a community of black women who care about that issue so much because what does it mean to be free? You know if you can't walk down the street without being assaulted Right, it's a core tenet of the idea of freedom and and particularly for black women who are the most vulnerable in a in a racial is an sexualize cast society. So Rosa parks becomes really involved in a number of rape cases leading up to the bus boycott in a number of assault cases that happened on the buses and so when you step back and you know about the story of receipt Taylor and other rape cases in Montgomery like Gertrude. Perkins in nineteen forty, nine, flossy Hardiman, a black teenager nineteen, fifty, one and Claude Colvin's assault on the buses in nineteen fifty five. Then you can start to see them a bus boycott as more than a movement about where you said on of us or segregation transportation but a movement for the protection of black women's bodily integrity in public spaces particularly the buses. And I. Think when you look at those movements through the Lens of sexual violence, you see a whole different movement what movements that began earlier that are rooted in black women's organizing networks and are centered around their needs, and and one most importantly, which is the ability to move through the world without being attacked yet, and I think that that centrality of sexual violence which you recover. So well in the booklet you've written is one of the reasons why rec- Taylor Story. Become so much better known in just the past few years twenty eighteen Oprah Winfrey talks about rec- Taylor and it's in the context of the metoo movement But of course, that is a movement that a had much earlier origins but it also captures just how central sexual violence has been to core civil rights for a very, very long time and so it's it's been interesting to watch how rec- Taylor story has spread in recent years as well. Yeah. It's been pretty wild. particularly. For her family they've been very grateful. To have that kind of attention focused on her case and her survival, her testimony, no rec- Taylor spoke out about sexual violence decades before the women's movement. decade before anyone send me to our anyone took back the night and so when we look at that history of anti-rape. We see black women at the centre going all the way back to abolitionist movement right? And that's where I think we find the continuity with today. Reminds something. Nikki you and I've chatted about a bunch on the show, but it's you can kind of measure one measure of a current movement is the way that it looks at the past and the fact that rec- Taylor story is being rethought and to some extent. But Rosa Parks purchased stories also being rethought I think says as much about kind of the lenses that we're using now in the kinds of movements. Taking place. Now sort of deeper understanding of the past. All right. We're going to leave it there but Danielle McGuire author of at the dark end of the street black women raped and resistance. Thank you so much. This is really fantastic while serving and thanks as always to hemmer. Thank. You Jodi. This day in political history a proud member of Radio Topi from PRI our researcher and producer is Jacob Feldman. Our producer is Brittany. Brown follow us on social media posting a bunch of stuff on on twitter and instagram everyday stuff we don't get to on the.
"mcguire" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast
"That was sort of a bold move on my part. Where if I saw things that I thought were really nine, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five relevant. I would buy it whether the cast wore. That were not because I felt like we were a cultural phenomenon and an order to be culturally correct. We needed to have those things that identified. That era of culture enjoy more so than the cloth- clothing. I could be more experimental and more future based. But the jewelry for some reason i. just maybe because I had been a jewelry designer for so long that. Jury it's. It's interesting with jewelry really can. Define an era. Did you have much of a dialogue with the person who did the characters heads? Because when I think of Phoebe I, not only think of wonderful. Prints colors her wonderful jewelry as you said, but have a has styles that that gave it that extra pop as well. Did you liaise with the with the people that did that Was it kind of set? No we were all one big family actually. It was pretty great actually how we worked with hair and makeup. Yeah, it was all part of the same thing. Saying, yes, yeah, when you said that about the jewelry I was thinking. phoebe stands out for me. What other factors did you have to consider was? Did you have to liaise with production design the camera team? How did that look? The camera team. Often when there was a ques-, notable fabric. which often there was like the blouse that you're wearing. I would probably hold that up to camera and move it to make sure that it didn't more A. The plaid that you have hanging on the behind you. That could go either way so yeah. There are a lot of things that we would. Run before just hold up in front of camera and see how it behaved. Often we had to make changes because of it. I am as I told you my email I record in my whole way and I've hung by most glamorous. To make you better. That's the most glamorous. was was. A Consideration Deborah. Largely gets filmed in Monica's apartment. which is Apple. was that something you have to think about? The Papua absolutely yeah, no, the walls. The the colors of the sets were very important to me in coordinating what I was doing. Yeah. I wow yeah, so not too many purple outfits then. Well, it depended what the was, you could do purple, but the hugh had to be correct. Yeah, and then sometimes. Colors change. Sometimes I'll watch the show and be like. That blue is the same color like wasn't. This wasn't even close so sometimes. There's a process that happens that we're not even that aware of you know. yeah colors change dramatically. So. Yeah, there's a and that's not even a learning curve. That's constantly changing. So that's complicated. Do you still watch the episodes Deborah? No, I actually I, I'm not sure I ever watched. The episode's really yeah. Case of you! You wouldn't want to think about work too much or you just didn't..
"mcguire" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast
"Had to fade out my usual introduction and little early ahead, because it's impossible to fit in all the details of my guest this week and her career into a few sentences only I'm so excited to say that. I'm chatting with costume designer Debra, McGuire Deborah's probably best nine five ten years span on the much love TV show friends. She was responsible for every single characters wardrobe. Remember those black leather trials that Ross will on the date that went so wrong and who could forget phoebe outfits and that was just the. The tip of the Iceberg Deborah is a fine artist and fashion designer to. We haven't even got onto mask making him Bali yet. Deborah and I also asked about the other production. She's worked on, and she tells me how career has seen travel. The world I found Deborah so inspirational I. Really do feel like I got some valuable life lessons from our conversation, so please look out for more of her brilliant work. Let's start with friends though I find out how difficult the job couldn't resist I. Hope you enjoy. Prior to. Coming to Los Angeles. I was living, in New, York City. and. I got to Los Angeles I. Kind of just jumped in to doing some. Just got lucky and I was offered a few things and had never done this before exactly. And then I met somebody who said I should go in an interview for this television show so. I borrowed a verse. Ouchi suit from a girlfriend of mine which was mini Skirt Olive Green Miniskirt. Big shoulders double-breasted. Beautiful something I could never have afforded at the time. And I remember I wore it with Brown tights and big. Brown clunky shoes. And felt like a million bucks and. Went in and met Kevin David and Marta. And when I left the interview on my way out, Marta said. Just. Make sure that you dress them the way you're dressed. Turned around and looked at her, and I just laughed because. I had borrowed the outfit. It wasn't even mine. So, yes, so that was that and then. I was giving birth to my daughter Lily literally. and. Got The call while I was in the hospital that we were starting. Fittings on Monday to shoot the pilot. And, so I gave birth on Thursday. And I hired my crew on Saturday. And I went to work on Monday with a baby that was four days old, so that was Kinda. Cool because the first fittings I remember so distinctly the cast coming in and going. A real baby I mean she was so little I know they've probably had never seen a newborn baby, so it was pretty cool. Oh. That's such. An amazing story at that Lily must tell her friends that as well. You know she's not that interested in the railing. Bless her. Differ, can you tell me more about your process with deciding how each of the characters would dress? Well, you know I came from a fine art background. I wasn't trained in costume design so I. Actually think that was a good thing. Because I was just coming from a place of wanting to make. A. Two dimensional surface be really exciting, visually the same way that a painting or a piece of art is. and. I wasn't a television watcher, so I didn't have much experience with seeing things on television, but I did know that. I was I, found it very offensive when I would turn on a television show and see the way people were dressed. I would go. You know. So I knew I didn't want to do that..
"mcguire" Discussed on AP News
"AP news I'm to McGuire a seventh night of unrest in cities across the country as people protest the Minneapolis police custody death of George Floyd Julie Walker reports on the number of stores and businesses were broken into across New York City mayor's legacy store in Herald square was the latest to be broken into while fancy shops in soho and other parts of as well as minority owned businesses in the Bronx for also including some who were there to peacefully protest tried to stop them police made hundreds of arrests and in the process say about half a dozen cops were injured but none critically including one captured on video being hit by a car during the day they were loud but peaceful marches demanding justice for George Floyd and others killed by police as well as reforms Julie Walker New York at least nine people are dead in the unrest including two killed in a Chicago suburb a number of police officers have been wounded or run over including a New York state trooper hit by an SUV in buffalo New York and for officer shot in St Louis yesterday evening president trump threatened to call out the military a move roundly denounced by elected officials from both political parties likely democratic presidential nominee former vice president Joe Biden said this time for this country to take a long hard look at itself the movers come for our nation to deal with systemic racism to deal with the growing economic inequity that exists in our nation to deal with the denial of the promise of this nation maybe so many Biden in a speech in Philadelphia city hall accuses president trump of being part of the problem and accelerating it he also adds that trump is quote consumed with his blinding ego just ahead of the noon hour on Wall Street the Dow is up one hundred sixty eight points the nasdaq has lost thirty seven the S. and P. is up eight this is a P. news people around the world are reacting to the U. S. protests many demonstrating against their own police and racial issues while governments are slamming the U. S. Charles de Ledesma has this from London thousands have spilled across streets in Amsterdam in the Netherlands didn't runs please brutality and those demonstrating in Paris the village the French government to take police violence more seriously after rally people held up signs racism is suffocating us but some government leaders see the US on the rest of the chance to highlight what they see as American hypocrisy one protest movements at home this is a bold Hong Kong leader Carrie lam has questioned the foreign criticism over an imminent national security law being imposed in the territory I'm Charles the last month president trump's ambassador to Germany Richard Grinnell has resigned he is expected to join trump's reelection campaign I'm timid wire A. P. news corona virus update I'm timid wire with an AP news minute Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer is lifting some coronavirus restrictions in her state on Thursday retailers that have been closed can re open with capacity limits and on this coming Monday restaurants can reopen for indoor and outdoor seating so long as tables can be capped six feet from one another the Associated Press has learned that despite its public praise of China the World Health Organization was deeply frustrated with Chinese authorities for not immediately provided information it needed to fight the spread of the deadly virus government control of information and infighting in China sell services are thought to have because the more than week long delay in releasing the genetic map of the corona virus the W. H. O. warns South America is becoming the latest epicenter of the culvert nineteen outbreak Brazil has more than five hundred twenty six thousand cases second only to the US I'm timid wire thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey.
"mcguire" Discussed on AP News
"McGuire another of the dozen or so vaccines being developed to combat the corona virus begins its first testing phase Novavax a US biotech company starting trials in Australia with some one hundred thirty subjects being injected to check the safety of the vaccine Canada's chief science officer Dr Gregory glad we want to thank volunteers who are stepping forward for the benefit of of millions of people around the globe and I sincerely believe we have a vaccine that is going to be very good if the license and address this stuff this call glad says if the testing is successful the hope is for the vaccine to be ready to be deployed by the end of the year other labs in mainly the US China and Europe are also in the early stages of testing or getting set to start since the teens are using different technologies the odds increase in at least one might prove effective president trump traveled to fort McHenry in Baltimore on Memorial Day now after laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery talked about the people who fought and died for their country and those dying from the corona virus together we will vanquish the virus and America will rise from this crisis to new and even greater heights Joe Biden Marc Morial day by laying a wreath at a park near his Delaware home Missouri health officials warn the corona virus hasn't gone away hair stylists in Springfield may have exposed more than eighty clients to the virus city health director clay Goddard we're in a new phase of this disease where we're going to walk that tightrope between disease control and economic harm and if we're doing this to work sick and sharing this illness with others that's not a good approach a second stylists in the same shop has been diagnosed and is thought to have exposed more than fifty other customers to the virus this is a P. news the World Health Organization suspends a study on a malaria drug being pitched by president trump to treat the symptoms of the corona virus the AP said Donahue has this report last week the president said he is taking hydroxy caloric wind a lot of people have taken a lot of doctors are taking a lot of people swear by it it's got a bad reputation only because I'm promoting it the president also said he did not test positive for the corona virus the W. H. O. says experts want to take a break and review all the evidence Dr Tedros Adhanom grow braces pointed to a report in the medical journal the lancet among patients receiving the drug when used alone or with the micro line the estimated a higher mortality rates a higher risk of death and heart problems other corona virus treatments are still being tested I'm at Donahue I'm timid wire AP news thank you right now you need dependable internet and endless entertainment Xfinity delivers with reliably fast speeds and wifi coverage throughout your home plus access all your streaming apps in one place right on.
"mcguire" Discussed on Section 138
"Proposal that they had yeah see. I'm kind when of warming up to it. It's kind of. It's it's complicated because I do. I kind of I like the concept of it but in all actuality. I don't think it would work out just because like you what you just brought up it. Just it's going to add a lot of unnecessary complexities to to the to the format and you were mentioning earlier and I kinda found this funny when you said that if the higher seed team picked the like say the lowest seed team whoever they picked the nineteen beat them. You know it just it. I don't know it just. It really made me laugh because if that actually happens say like the Astros picked last action. I'm not going to bring them up because John mentioned their names. But yeah okay Say the dodgers last year. Because they believe they were like I in the West or something say they picked a team. That was solo. And then kind of what happened last year. First-round upset doubted. You know an upset in the first round when you're that high in the standings is bad enough but picking your opponent and then having them beat you would just I mean we'd get some good memes out of it but it's just I don't think it would be good for you know actual baseball fans. I just I think it would. It would ruin it in a bit in a way. Yeah we've seen enough memes of the leafs every year so you can imagine of what happens. You know what would happen but again via to see where this plays out now a couple years away but again they are on the right track. And let's move to our next topic in a fairly interesting topic topic that I actually was very curious to why or your thoughts on this again. Jacob. So let's bring the Sapin. Let's quickly cover it? Fans WanNa hear this for quite a bit but let's just let's let's call it a bit. So Reese McGuire was arrested last week for exposure of sexual organs and given notice to appear in court in mid March. He was arrested in a parking lot during the day within a few blocks of the Blue Jays spring training facility. And I think it's pretty obvious to what was going on here. I don't think we need to repeat it on on the air and a lot of people are finding this funny. Of course I guess you can. You can laugh about it a bit but you know this is still illegal matter to reese McGuire and you know he's actually been we actually Ross Atkins city wants to speak to the media so again. I don't understand what you would have to say. Or what could you say after this came out? This is where things get a little interesting Jacob context you said yesterday I'd let the poor man live his life let him live. Explain please of how you can possibly think that reese McGuire was doing the right thing in a Florida parking lot during the day alone within a block of the spring training facility. Okay okay as a eighteen year. Old Voice Crack Okay as an eighteen year old guy. I think it's fair to say that anybody as a joke would say. Let the do live when he's trying. I mean I think it's kind of was it serious I. I think it's weird what he was doing in in a car in public of all places. I mean if you really need to do that. Go to like a bathroom or something or like your hotel room but I think I don't know maybe I'm not mad that he was like Canada. I was if I saw that on the street. I would probably find that hilarious until my friends until the day. I die but if I say like a dad with like a kid I would be. I would be obviously upset because that's disgusting Oh God what what I meant? Let him live like let the poor man's life. Yeah he's in he's just trying to mind his own business. I just think I just think he's his business. Should be taken care of your place. That's not accessible to the public there. You Go Yes that's the thing like to say it's weird is an understatement and if you want to.
"mcguire" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"And vaginal or anal penetration is sexual assault or rape talking with me about consent this week is Dr Dr Laura McGuire and she's a nationally recognized sexologist and consultant she has worked as an instructor presenter educator and trainer on topics including in consent education and sexual harassment prevention in two thousand fifteen laura served as the first sexual violence prevention and Education Program Manager at the University of Houston and in two thousand seventeen she became the first victim advocate prevention educator at the US Merchant Marine Academy. Welcome Laura aw thank you so much for having me on so excited to be here. Oh me too. It's so timely and you've done so much work around this and I want my podcast to include this as as much as I can and I thought we could just start with. Can you clarify consent in the era of me to what that means not only and I think this is this is one of the central questions and is your consent and a lot of people have different concepts. Just let that might not be for me. Consent is really a holistic approach to interpersonal dynamics bodily autonomy and a respect for the dignity of every person I love that and so and what that means is individualized to every person French went right for themselves right exactly and and miss by team and everyone get interactive right not just somebody where in bed with but anybody that you're connecting with and respecting their own boundaries their own needs and not projecting what we think they're okay with onto them. Maybe this is too big to go into right away but it's on my mind. I wanted to ask you about this. I have had clients. It's and just people in my life where they have an interaction. I'm talking about a heterosexual male female interaction and he goes was to make a move that may that and she pulls away at first but then she goes along with it and she says you know I'm GonNa do this and so then they do they they engage in whatever that is and then afterwards. She says you know I didn't a consent to that and that was not okay. I did pull back and then he says but then you pull back in and then I thought that was your way of saying it's okay. How do you address those kinds of you. Know non verbal able behaviors definitely so this is this is a huge issue and it's a huge issue cut previously previously for many many many generations as a world. We generally thought if someone isn't citing off somebody and saying saying no stop then well even if it's a gray area. It's a baby then it's okay you know and I remember very even as a teenager reading an article in Cosmo and it was about something they called quote unquote gray rate and it was essentially about that concept right well. I didn't take no and they didn't you know slap the person away then. Could you really and Whoa what a difference twenty years makes all right. We are now looking at this very very differently and I think that's a good thing but it's it's what makes it hard for people right because just like you're saying in that example a guy might say well. I have been socialized that sometimes women you know maybe they're frigid their coal barren comfortable but you know you convince convince them and and they into it and really for the first time in our world. We're saying you know as especially as women will so that wasn't okay. You know I felt pressured or I even felt afraid what you might do if I outwardly straight up rejected you so I went along with it but it wasn't happy about it and I think right and so that's where we are evolving to say. It's not no means no. Uh Consent is not the absence of you know a no. It is the presence of a clear yes right so if someone's in a situation where they're not a hundred percent sure this persons being chew it and and completely agreeing to what's going on. They need me to get comfortable enough to ask them and and what I was so especially. Young people is if you're not comfortable enough past you know how are you feeling. Is this something you want to make sure you're comfortable and on the same page then you're not ready to have sex love them that goes if you're older now to right this way well. It's time to reevaluate now. Some people said to me well. It's just not sexy to say well. Can I do this. This can do that. Do I have your permission to do that and then I I say not love to hear your answer my answer is you have those sexual health conversations before you start making moves like what's what's on limits what's off limits and then you start to engage but do you have a different answer for that. Yeah no no very similarly it is about having having a conversation ahead of time but then of course checking in and making sure the person's okay right and you have to have that emotional intelligence to to read re read their cues. Somebody's testing and you just you have to be able to say you know. Just you seem that. Maybe something's office off. This isn't exactly what you want anymore. You know let me know and having that open communication but it is really a conversation that you have before and you say you know what you like. What don't you like you know. What kind of things would you like to do with me today. If you know if the moments rate and we were feeling it and it's interesting because if you look at the history of affirmative consent in the Western world right because there's there's also the coach cross cultural analysis of how other cultures have normalized this and been deemed anthropologist the scrape free which we can talk about later but but if you look at as a western North American society founded this even get started it started in the Tin Community in the nineteen eighties and because of what they call scenes right where they interact with each other in some kind of interpersonal or sexual play that they could get very intense. and people could be physically emotionally hurt. They really put that early. You know it's on we have to have a conversation upfront. It's about what is going to look like how we're going to communicate with each other. It's okay. It's not okay and and that way it's it's not constantly saying like do this. Can you do that. one of one of the people. I interviewed for Book. I'm writing on on title nine a guidebook books for schools around this issue and and confront you know she says when you constantly ask somebody in moment what kind of what you talked about in that scenario earlier he's actually of manipulation right because in the moment I might be like I guess it's okay worry thing and down. We feel uncomfortable and then they get him by versus. I'm close you know what I mean. I have personal space and I can say generally okay with this and I would like to do this with you. Nothing is that's actually I think so how'd -solutely and I think if people okay just not sexy 'cause they're not used to that makes sense. And what about the idea of like what you're saying. I've heard people say well okay. I'm I'M GONNA I'M GONNA do my best to be emotionally attuned but I might not be and I may not totally get it and so where's the responsibility of the person to say what what's going on without me having to read that person. What about that right well and you know you just have to ask right? You have to be able to say. Is that feel good good. How are you stealing you like this. You know that's not had I can I can I if it's just having that constant Oakland Communication and checking in right and so if you're not sure you do just have to ask and again. I really do think when people get used to that they find that they have way more satisfying sexual interactions they lenient feeling more emotionally satisfying night because you know oh you were with someone who was one hundred ten percent into you know what was going on and loved it. That's really hot. It's always the same like I I don't know maybe they were okay with it. We'll see right because allowed a lot of men feel really like you know that the metoo movement doesn't speak to them because most of the men in my practice in my own social social circles say if a woman's not into it then I'm not into it. I'm completely turned off. These are really only certain kind of men that are doing this against women's wills but then there's a covert ways that men are doing it that they don't even know right. It's a continuum right right right and absolutely and we WANNA make I'm sure that you're not saying that people who are predatory in nature right if you get off on the power dynamic assaulting somebody great because they're not they're not interested in sex. They're interested in power to ensure that. We're not connecting that to again. These these shifts that were going through where people are still adjusting and they might be doing problematic thing that they can say well you know before. This was okay well. It wasn't really okay the society let it slide right and we're we're changing how he approached that but I I have worked with the number of offenders in in campus title nine cases and and worked on restorative practices with them and one of the the things that they tell me you know 'cause these are the people who are on that spectrum of problematic behaviors not being able to reach us. you know kind of toxic mask ways scenarios they tell me you know. I feel rejected. I don't have the interaction with people that I WANNA have. It's in a sexual context. I leave wondering if they actually like to me or they're actually into it right so it's just not having real little true. Consent isn't satisfying for anybody and so we'd actually benefits men. Women Trans on binary people everybody benefits et changing perspective and I have to be honest before the me too movement. There was a a year before when the come out that trump Donald Donald trump had said they had caught a tape that about him grabbing women's genitals and but he had also said and I do sexualize women when I'm talking to them. I'm thinking about being sexual on dressing them and just became a topic in Yoga Group. I was in was like a meditation Slash Yoga Group and it came up and then one of the men in the group said you know I. I don't grab women. I would never do that but I do think about undressing women when I was about to say the same thing in my mind with other men when I'm with them when I and before I could do that this woman very impassively but strongly and vulnerably started to talk about how she's grabbed every day in different places in different ways by men in different settings and then other women in the group said same here. I go out and people feel I was pregnant. People feel they can touch my body. They can touch my stomach and went on and on and I was so glad I didn't say anything and the guy. That spoke felt so bad about what he said. I think the men in the room including me had no idea I mean I really had no idea how many times women are disrespected disrespected in a day until she spoke and then the metoo movement raised my awareness even more. I don't know if men admit that kind of thing but I am overwhelmed by sometimes yes I. I think that that brings up a couple of really important points right is we don't often understand and especially if you belong to socially privileged group what other people are experiencing right and we see this with racism sexism homophobia able able is right where we think oh you know. I think it's generally okay for those people that and then they tell us you've no idea. I I can't even imagine but I think that's a really good point the green up it's not just in a sexual context right and that's why I just like consent as interpersonal personal dynamic because someone's touching your belly. You're pregnant or demanding hug from you as a child. You know there's so many anyway so we are told these messages that you know you don't have a right to say no. You don't have a right to your body that someone with a title or position. Shen can can just take that away from you and decide that they just wanted to do what they wanna do in and that's ultimately the problem is that we have to stop the way we think about respecting other people's bodily and emotional timing. I love that you brought up the thing with children because the new thing that I learned this year was if a child says I don't want to hug grandma I don't WanNa hug grandpa then don't force the child to hug grandma GRANDPA or whomever that there may be the reason and even if just the reason is I want a authority or autonomy over my body then that should be okay right right exactly and you know oh I grew up in in the deep..
"mcguire" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer
"I i guess i'm had a hard time understanding what what issue is mcguire smothered issue but yeah i think it's not like in in jail okay had the problem with i i don't see why there were like what things commercially have have been at the end put a start empathize a barge emphasized on the show to make it's taboo or we you know or whatever people think of it or just different like what things do you guys do that the other kind of highlight there was an are sneak peek there was a a scene where jason with giving nearing an end my mom doesn't approve so she asked me to give it back did you approve of the ring i thought it was very nice very lovely rang it is it's a very nice she did approve the ring and what's your sunny what year is it just you want your daughter like you love her so much you want her to have the bat that she deserves or is it is it something else other than that which caused you did not approve of it there's a whole realm of him not having his divorce finalize an his girlfriend exactly exactly yeah you know his a she still has his ex girlfriend's belongings in his home an how is he able to honorably ask my daughter to move in with him when he still hasn't done these things as promised mixed that's valid again but that's not being smothering like that's a valid non point i would say the exact same thing very rational thing very rational go after i don't make that threat i don't get the smothering part of that you guys were would read something about do you have sleep in the same bed it or used to show the drug user we we do sleep in the same bed we have our own separate bedrooms but we do sleep in the same bed sometimes i watched my mom put on her makeup i help her get dressed i help her do her hair i'm just her little helper there's you know the saying if i ask her but i don't really need help okay and you again you have no issues there no problems without like that just no i have this amazing relationship we do and i respect my mother so much and i will do anything for her so she needs my help i mean i don't i taught me how to ask for anything she just automatically does it exactly i mean i think people can easily judge which is unfair because at the end of the day if it works for you guys great right you know lately i to me like sometimes i if i would hear i'd be like all right well what about independence dependence and wanting you know you're child the living room at the same time i love living with my mom he was the one that did what my mom living with the living well no but i mean essentially you did and it's okay 'cause i'm like all right i guess you're right but i mean i would've loved with my mom did tire time because i having her own she's my best friend and i loved.
"mcguire" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"And, you know, the Las Vegas aces of the WNBA are out here. Just utterly dominating so nNcholas cage is not need to be tied down to any woman, especially one who I married for only four days. So, you know, I may have called her to try to get back with her, but. I think we all do some things when we're drunk. Okay. Nicholas cage. It's money now. Okay. Guys and you guys just have great time. Let me know if you wanna come out biggest one ever to go. See the summer pro league. If you wanna see on Williams center Kerry, I'm sure there's a Gary playing the VA somber probably kit me up. Nncholas cage will get you tickets to hopefully it'd be a game, but definitely one of the search shows. Yeah. I did did you see the video of him? Did see the video him after he got the marriage annulled the video of him singing, aggressive Kariuki. It was. It's pretty unbelievable. It's amazing. All right. There you go. That's a show. Everybody you go. That's how we do up here in in view from the chiefs. He's we give you the most current people for the events that are happening this week. Stanley Cup finals were knee-deep in at someone's going to be down three two or up three to when this thing drops and think we appear McGuire sort, everything out for us. Thank you. Daniel van Kirk for doing quick. It's always fun to hang with you. Follow at Kenny Stevenson on Twitter at Kenny G, steam, Kenny, G, Stevenson believe, and, and that's it, man. We'll we're going to be in San Francisco at the end of this month. Get your tickets now cobb's comedy club. And if you're in Huntington beach, we did a great show at the rec room a few months back, we're coming back to show their this Saturday, the fifteenth. And so enjoy that or next Saturday, the fifteenth. So check. That out next to the show, Jordan clever, the amazing, Jordan Clement daily from his own new program hoppers vision from clever, and then the week after that Cali wolf anchors Thursday night coverage of the NFL networks game of the week on Thursday night. So enjoy that this is, of course, underdog young gun at silver FOX, and we are out of here. Go punch waterfalls. Stampings. A podcast network..
"mcguire" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Well, then how are you a sports fan? You know what's going on in the world of sports and we love hanging with you. So we couldn't miss this upper to have you do crickets with us. A lot of crazy stuff is happening into let's get you right away, Scottie Pippen, all Scottie, Pepe. Remember the Scottie Pippen, days, Pippen, Scottie, Pippen, his suing a comedian. Yes. Did you hear the story Canadian and her husband rented his house? Okay. At thirty thousand dollars a month. I'm like, what comedian comedian? And I never heard, I've never I'm like, if it was Amy Schumer, you'd be like, yeah, that makes and his naming their four-year-old, daughter, five-year-old accuses five years at the time, five year old daughter of defacing his home with crowns, which by the way, Krantz, you can't get that out of any that'll never come out. They said pets peed all over the rugs pets and kids, Scottie. Pippen, is very angry at these people, they wouldn't have done this to hold grant. Oh, well you don't do that. He'd have the goggles on that weight. So who now and their house, he rented out for thirty grand a month to a comic? We don't know yet. What's her name? Her name is her last name is Glazer. So it's not Alana Glazer. No former Chicago Bulls star Scottie Pippen, has accused young girl of defaced, his Florida mansion with markers, and crowns markers. So now that actually look you have mansion in Florida. It's gonna get like craft also like don't you a little bit is on this family to, like, don't you make sure that your daughter? What their excuse was the cleaning crew didn't show up enough. What that he still you left someone else's house like yeah. Can't take care Strouss study biff, but so far. I'm completely on board with Scottie Pippin. Yeah, I get it. And I understand that you can't really vet who you're bringing into your home. But yeah, they have to just if you are the parents of a four year old girl, and debt person has put marks on the it is your responsibility to get high up. Hire someone to. Clean your. If you're spending thirty thousand dollars, right? Mon new grant for through grant, and it's gonna be less than that. I know that's saying, oh my God played to the suit filed last year. Pippen said the girl was four years old damage certain elements of the property with coloring tools. That's his fault. Also. How does hollering, maybe the dad is a really bad drawer? Thank you. Let me get some coloring tools Lindsey Glazer. I can't believe we're Avalon a little over Stanton. Okay. Keep going Jacob wool law had a big fan of ours. Okay. I I just I made a. Shit. And I when I watch Jay comedies heart. Okay. Glazer statement. You guys been doing it. What twenty five years, if you look at our stuff, and they don't like it fine. Whatever I get from it isn't whether or not, it's even good. Yeah, it's just jarring. This even happens to me here in LA when you're like somebody is deemed successful. Or if we're not taking anything with them, the jarring part is. How do I not know you? Yes, that's the jar bridles. No. Who you are? Then you have got to be doing something in a universe. That I'm not that's the weird feeling symbol, but I would be on my radar right? Especially because he has in both seeing you either be an festival that I've been at you'll either be getting some buzz that I've heard of you'll be on. This was not a lot of people doing the Virgil and the and the store on the same. So here's the here's the woman said comedian this in a statement from her spokesman she's got a spokesman Jan. You don't have a spokesman you need a spokesman. Dan? Get one she dismissed Pippen's clan. This is her this quote, who would have ever thought that Dennis Rodman would be strengthening relations with North Korea, and Scott, nobody thought that nobody on and Scotty. No tip in Pippen, what the hell does. That mean would be a crate, winter a loser with those six rings would be the crazy one suing little girl..
"mcguire" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Getting ready for game five tonight, boss. I know so this our shows going to drop on Friday, which is, I'm happy that it's too, too, because we won't know the outcome of this series yet. We can talk about every different scenario. You're down on the ice with the best seat in the house, in my opinion, I, I have to ask you because you're so great at this with all the craziness and I don't think it gets crazier than a Stanley Cup final in, in the arenas. How do you remain so calm your when? You interview someone is if you're doing it on NPR, I can't believe it. I don't know probably some experience. I've been down there, a long time in the league thirty one years, but you know had a chance to be involved with two Stanley Cup finals as a scout in a player coach, I should say, so it's something that I really appreciate at something never take for granted. But the spirit of cooperation with the players coaches over fifteen years that we've been doing this has been phenomenal really has to get it. Get what they're getting when they when they're sitting there talking to you. They're so happy to be there, and I always feel like you get a real interview, you really actually get in and talk to these guys, which love. Well, thanks men. I enjoyed doing it and I really appreciate you guys saying that, thank you. Well, we've we've really enjoyed this series on the playoffs on the whole, and this is sort of the interesting thing, I'm not comparing it to the NBA playoffs. But the to go on at the same time, I don't think you would see in the NBA multiple eight seeds beating a one seed in the same playoffs. I mean, I isn't. mean, isn't that crazy that hockey can can produce that because we have something that the other sports don't have? It's called the goalie. Yeah, that's off the goalie gets infla-. Go be problems for the top seed. I've called a lot of one versus eight's in L. Never forget one. Montreal back in two thousand ten beat the presence trophy champions, Washington Capitals in seven game series and Yaroslava lock was a goalie for Montreal. And if he's not in goal, there's no way Montreal wins. But Montreal wanna game seven on the road was sixteen shots on net. You know, you can't make that up. That's unreal. Yeah. I think they were outshot forty two sixteen and they still won the game. So the goalie makes a massive difference in our sport in terms of upsets the king's head Jonathan quick. Certainly, I mean took that eighth play eighth seed kings team very far. And so, you know, it's, it's amazing..
"mcguire" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Loma chanko and triple g those guys are fantastic course, you know, the Manny Pacquiao Floyd Mayweather that all is great stained boxing, for years. But when you got heavyweights you were just watching the Muhammad Ali documentary his own word you get heavyweights that are at the top of the game. Or the intrigue is at the top of the game there, the cards that people wanna send Ruis is the most intriguing guy ever. Because when you think about who was the fat heavyweight, buddy. It was butterbean but he was always on the undercard. That's right. This guy. This guy is the card, and who was the fat guy, George Foreman. George Formosa verse one was when he was older. When you had like nine kids, who were all named George Foreman when he was selling grill fat burning grill, and he himself was that the right he had earned the right to be fat because you remember him in the late seventies, when he was he was a mountain of a man. He was a chisel guy. He was the guy everyone feared stepping into the ring hands of stone now to put it in context Buster Douglas, was I believe either forty one or forty two to one against Mike. Tyson. I think that has more to do with the Mike Tyson than it does BUSTER. Douglas Mike Tyson was so quote unquote unbeatable. That, that's why there was a bigger dispiriting? He has Josh has been knocked down. I mean he has been knocked down, but he comes back, but it just was unbelievable. Anthony Joshua has been dominating the heavyweight class for like four years. It's not like he's won every fight with a knockout in the firm put in a larger context then we'll get outta here. We'll get to Pierre McGuire tall. Cocky, but the larger context is Andy Ruis junior makes everything possible. He literally makes everything possible. You can be a guy who doesn't work out. You got chest tattoos on your man boobs. You he does work out, but he's just not losing weight. He's like he's like a prince fielder, you're like, are you really vegan? Your huge dude, I guess vegan, you can eat all the pasta you want fine. But I'm saying like he he is not a specimen, he isn't like a like Andy REEs junior should be on the cover of the body. You on ESPN boom. There you go. I'm just saying. He makes it all possible. He makes the normal guys magazine think is done. That's right. But I'm just saying that he, he makes everything possible. And for the guy sitting on a couch, drinking a beer or for the woman watching it, who is just pounding pasta fat shamed. Her entire life. Andy Ruiz steps up. And he is the people's champion the people's champion Andrew is. And I hope he beats Deontay wilder while they're how great would it be? If our champion are boxing champion, right? They're gonna change the way we look at roadwork for the rest of our lives. There you go. There you go love it. When we come back on the other side of this break, we got Pierre McGuire. The great Pierre McGuire from NBC's coverage of the NHL Stanley. He's doing killing in the Stanley Cup finals and we have course have a dogfight with team that we love in great Boston team as well. So it is going to be amazing to hear his thoughts on the series currently. And what's going on this? Volcano choir the project. Of a bony bear side project. If you will song comrade, we come back, Pierre McGuire on the chiefs are comrades, stay with us kept me on you. All right. Welcome back to the show as promised. There is no better time of the year, and no better time to talk to this gentleman, then right in the heat of a fantastic Stanley Cup finals between are very beloved blues and the Boston Bruins, who I can't remember in my lifetime a an aesthetic of finals that have been that has been so much punch counterpunch as this series like you can't predict we're talking to Pierre McGuire peer how you doing? Buddy gentlemen, really nice to visit with you. I'm doing fantastic..
"mcguire" Discussed on Hockey Today
"To the Friday edition of game has conduct. I down like record. I'm coming to you live from the Meadowlands the fan sports book or could be doing the Michael cassio. And we were doing the podcast from here as well. So flee everybody is going to have a great weekend. And let's get you started with a podcast kind of a continuation from yesterday after I had finished, my podcast and give my opinion on Pierre. Mcguire. NBC reached out to me via Email to say that Pierre McGuire had responded, and unfortunately, the podcast was already up. So I wanted to take this time here to at least give Pierre McGuire statement and his apology for what had happened back on Wednesday during the lightning penguins game that we discussed on the podcast yesterday. And I defended Pierre at the same time criticized him for the words that he used and here's the statement from Kierra I've known KENDALL for years and have had the privilege of covering her. As a member of team USA of patch. Two Winter Olympic. We were all thrilled to have her. Join our coverage last night. But at times my excitement got the better of me. And I should have chosen my words better. I've the utmost respect for KENDALL as a world class player analyst of the game and role models. So clearly I figured that's exactly what he would do. And that was the right thing to do. All right. He's a good guy. He just misspoke. And I think he did the right thing by having the apology. And there was a long statement made by KENDALL Coyne Scofield and give the gist of it. She had no problem with it. Because she's known Pierre for a long time, and she completely got it. So as far as everybody being offended demanding a firing demanding this that and the other thing I felt both parties handled it well because here too here's how I feel about offense. The person that needed to be offended the most or should have been offended. The most was KENDALL. And she didn't have a problem with it. But you also understood that he misspoke. I thought it was important that you put that understatement statement as well. Because of the fact, you know, what I? I should just read it for you. Anyway, and you you can make your own determination from here. And but I'll give you kind of the gist here. As far as PR is concerned, I've known Pierre McGuire for years, I know respects me as a hockey player a woman, and a friend, and that is why I didn't think twice about our on air exchange when it happened. I didn't give it a second thought until after the game when I received countless messages, I went back and looked at the video I understand why people would think it was inappropriate. If you were watching it at home and saw a man say, this to a woman athlete would have been offended. But what I also know is how excited here was to me. And to be a part of the moment while I wish it came out differently. I know PR doesn't question my hockey knowledge. But to be honest, that's not what's important. So I both of them handle it very well..
"mcguire" Discussed on Hockey Today
"With Pierre McGuire between the benches for the game. Of course, she almost one speed competition and the all star game. She's a gold medal a great hockey player h twenty six and she's definitely made her dues knows understands the game. And NBC I think did a great job to give her the opportunity to share. That real estate with Pierre McGuire. And before the game started this the exchange that caused a lot of controversy in angst. Among a lot of sports fans specifically hockey fans before the game between the lightning and the penguins. Soil. Tampa is going to be on your lap going to be on your right? What do you expect out of this game? Pay me at bien analyst not to be a fan tonight. All for heaven had a game on the other hand had a tough loss on Monday. Got a little bit of the water by do jersey. Devils so exciting to see the start tonight Trouble blouse. blouse back to all right here. We go. I know Pierre McGuire fairly, well, I wouldn't say we're friends, but we've definitely crossed paths beginning with the Stanley Cup final that I covered in two thousand six between the hurricanes and the Edmonton Oilers. So we traveled a little bit got to know each other. I worked at NHL live. He used to do weekly with us. So I I certainly know appear McGuire. And I know he's a good guy. And I also know that he's an arrogant guy. I mean, this is someone that does have a bit of a chip on his shoulder. And I think he'd be the first to tell you that he looks at that real estate between the benches as his turf, and I think he does kind of perform and announce with bit of a chip on his shoulder. Maybe it comes from the fact he didn't play in the NHL and sometimes that's a little bit of a discomfort among other analysts who all played the game. He did coach, of course with Hartford and with Pittsburgh. And I think he belongs there. There's no question about it. But I wonder if there may be a little bit of sensitivity to the fact that he feels like he has to be a little bit more over. The top because he did not play the game the way a lot of other guys in that situation, especially on the national platform have. But that's just the way he is. And he's very protective of space. And I think sometimes that may come across as him being sexist or him being a little bit in the wrong in this particular situation. I don't think he meant anything negative. I don't think he was looking down at Kendal at all. I just think he misspoke, and where I believe he misspoke the most of it because I'm not even going to get into you know, Tampa will be here. Pittsburgh would be there because they weren't at the respective benches. And I'm sure he knows that she knows the difference between Tampa Bay Lightning in Pittsburgh penguin. I think he was just trying to be a little bit understanding of that. This is the first time that she was doing this. Maybe he was a little condescending at the fact that he is a pro at this, and she has never done it before. So maybe he was a little over the top when that came to fruition. But we're I think he misspoke was when he said now, you're. You're being paid as an analyst. Now, you're not a fan. We'll fans never on the table..
"mcguire" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Mcguire you're speaking the truth that had happened i'm here to listen my role here on this show is give you the insight to how a lot of athletes thinking why some of the decisions are made that the front office does and some decisions were what players do through my experiences in through the circle that i walk in and understanding what's going on in sports at the current time i offer you this fresh off the phil i'm still piped into what goes on in locker rooms that's my role here to give you guys a greater insight of what's going on in the reality not on a bs that you're going to hear people who interview people like me try and get the information you can get a straight from the horse's mouth to sixteen where where are you looking at me what he said straight from the horse's mouth wise no looking people who interviewed people like him that would be me i was looking at the tv but that was my role shot took a shot if he has a problem with you hill work around it and try to see if you're going to get the handout believe the getting the education to morten man i'm putting that extra you'll spend on the on the curve balls charlie morton sixteen we will hear from the horse's mouth sandy alderson and moments on matt harvey and what the hell he was doing out in la.