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"10 hours" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"I talked about it earlier in the week. Poker back to a football friday by the way. I i just think this is a nice early test for the broncos defensive backfield because i think that the giants did a really good job in the off season. They got kenny golladay. Their top free agent target. That was the guy they wanted for a very long time. They got him going along with john. Ross who's very fast they picked up. Kyle rudolph In the in the draft to they got another water. They went wide receiver head. Heavy kurd. area's. Tony i mean they loaded up. They want to be able to give daniel jones those weapons in his third year which makes sense. Unlike the broncos they were they loaded up everything last year with your lock in his first full year. They kinda got daniel jones golan with joe judge new new system and everything and then they started loading it up. This is the year for daniel jones of the pressure cooker. He is certainly. He is certainly in that. He's on the hot seat. I mean they have to decide if he's the guy going for. It's amazing how fast this goes. It was not long ago. That oh he's going to be the guy he's going to save us. He's going to take over where you know alive. He's gonna be our eli manning. Well the weapons might be their offense of like. I said the the offense boosted their getting barclay back. I don't know what it looks like. He is slated to play as far as the injuries go. He's listed as questionable but from everything. We've heard saquon barkley is going to play. And if he can be as explosive as he was before injury then look out but they also have devante booker and booker has had his moments against the broncos. Of course being a former bronco. You know he. They picked him up and they really like him in case barclay needs. You know you're not gonna give him a huge workload right off the bat. But there's pressure. Listen there's pressure with the giants. They at least have the okay. Joe judge our first year. We won six games and we actually were right there in the thick of it in the division. So if you're giants fan. You're feeling better about yourselves. And you're thinking we can go right here right off the bat and put together a win against the broncos they are looking at this game just like we're looking at it. They think this is a game that they can win. They got denver at home than there at washington home against atlanta those or their first three games winnable washington's defenses improved Atlanta you know. They're they should be good that sometimes. They're always surprising when they're not but this. I think this looks like an easier win for denver. I really do. I think teddy bridgewater is going to be a lot like teddy bridgewater. I don't think he's going to play outside of himself. They're going to run the ball. Really well with melvin gordon and Obviously johnny williams. I'm excited to see him. I think that that addition might take hold quickly even pat shurmur. Who was there with barclay it with the giants even said man. I could see devante williams avenue barclay type year his first year his it like barclays rookie year. So the run game will carry them. Offensively should open up a lot of things. I don't really look for a portland. Sutton or jerry judy. To go off for one hundred plus. I think it'll be spread out. Because you're really relying on melvin gordon. The d. line for the giants is certainly questionable. And i like the broncos offense flying a lot. So i think they're gonna move guys around and you know you're gonna hit you know. Maybe judy gets three or four catches for forty five. Forty five yards and a touchdown. Maybe portland sutton's at like six catches for sixty yards cage with like two or three. I could see that kind of spread out offense. I don't know that anybody just dominates especially because teddy's connection is more. Judy coralline sutton was more. I believe it seemed like he had more of a encamp anyway the way he talked and what we heard Was more of a connection with drew. Lock obviously didn't seem last year withdrew but they were good in those five games that he played his rookie season but on the offensive side. I just i think they're going to run the ball. They're going to run right. The hell at the giants with you know kind of a weaker offensive line. They lost or a defensive line. Excuse me the lost alvin tomlinson. Free agency They have some veterans. Danny shelton can't believe he's still playing austin johnson. Bj hill see. But i think the broncos have the edge there when it comes to the trenches on the defensive side again. I think the broncos should have the edge bradley chubb is now listed as questionable officially. Couldn't tell you. I mean i'd love to see if they if you could get von and chubb in the mix both healthy but this is where we are at this stage. I still like what this defense is capable of. Though i mean released on paper what we think they're capable of because they have the corner look at those corners ronald darby bryce callahan. Kyle fuller pat ser tan. And we don't even talk you talk about some of these other guys. I mean terrible news about michael. Oj moody being on the. I are just awful but you were in camp. You were like wow. They're stacked and we're not even talking about oj moody so they went deep into the into the db's and rightfully so they needed to that was a big weakness for them last year and They filled that void. I i look. I pat 'certain right off the bat to be in a lot. He's listed starter. They're gonna play. A lot of nickel-and-dime look for alexander johnson or justin stern. Ed josie joel to be out there by themselves alone linebacker. Because i think this team will be looking to. Hopefully they can just stop teams with great tackling corners. Which is what vic fangio likes e side. Chris broncos twenty four giants seven. You gotta blow out happening. Fangio handles crowd noise better than foxy. It's not a must win. People are saying must win for the broncos. I'm not going there. I said must win last week. Game one for issue different reasons. It's certainly a big game. You really need to win. It specially if playoffs are in your future and with that colefax. We'll take a break. We got the picks coming up next. I give you my big four my local teams. We talk about. I'll give you my lock of the week on the college football side and my lock of the week in the nfl. We'll take a short break. Picks coming up next. It's the whole show in a football friday northern colorado's voice one three.
MSNBC Fails to Press About Data U.S. Left Behind, Leaving Afghan Allies Vulnerable
"What happens to the Afghans are left behind. Now we know what happens, huh? But here's Matt Bradley, NBC news foreign correspondent. In the morning Schmo show, And by the way, the morning Schmo thought this was all great. He and Mrs Smith. I thought this was fabulous. Cut 14 go and we know Matt. There are still some Americans left in Afghanistan with one day left of these evacuations and many, many Afghans who would like to leave the country. What happens to them as this deadline is met as president Biden has promised on the 31st, which is tomorrow. What happens on Wednesday on September 1st to those left behind? Yeah. You know, I don't really know. And I've spoken with some young Afghans who were trying to get out, especially spoke with a young woman. Last week. She was on a bus trying to get Into the airport. She sat on that bus for about 10 hours. The Taliban came on and we're looking around inspecting everybody. It's tough because they have to get through the Taliban checkpoints and in order to do that, they have to identify themselves to the Taliban. So if they do you understand they had a practical reason we had shared interests. We had to be pragmatic. Go ahead. Into the airport. If they don't get out of the country, then they have to return to Taliban occupied Kabul, knowing that the Taliban has their names, their contact details all their information. But where did they get their names, their contact and all their information from NBC? But it had such a tremendous success. We've never seen anything like this before. Have the name and contact numbers. Wow. They have the technology to To look into somebody's eyes through various devices and so forth to know who they would They get that from
Another Kabul Terror Attack 'Likely,' Biden Briefed by National Security Team
"Is apparently likely, according to the press secretary on the president, vice presidents meeting with the national security team in Afghanistan. One thing I will say the intelligence has been dead on just prior to these attacks yesterday. People that were getting either the Facebook post or the text or the emails or the Twitter following that they do. We're told that an attack was imminent. And sure enough, it happened at the airport. Um Kirby took a question in a briefing right at the end and confirmed some reports are true that Afghans are waiting 10 hours on a plane for vetting at Dulles. Uh, the Pentagon, apparently as clueless on the number of Afghan refugees that they've already brought into the country over 100 apparently have been identified, according to Pentagon officials, telling Defense one this week that up to 100 of the thousands of Afghans evacuated as his perspective. Recipients of special immigrant visas seeking permanent resettlement in the U. S have been flagged as potential matches. The intelligence agency watch lists, and apparently, I'm told been told by my sources that they're actually doing the vetting after the people are up in the air on their way. The United States of America a little late at that point to start doing the vetting. Anyway. U. S forces now
Britney Spears Approved to Hire Her Own Lawyer
"Over yet. But there are some new twists in the Britney Spears case. ABC s Andrea Fuji has the latest Britney Spears is celebrating. Overnight she posted to Instagram saying, New with real representation Today I feel gratitude and blessed. This is me celebrating by horseback riding and doing CART wheels today. In court Wednesday, The judge granted Spears request to hire her own lawyer in the fight to end her 13 year conservatorship controlled by her father, Celebrity attorney Matthew Rosengarten will now represent her question remains. Why is he involved? Should step down voluntarily. As that is, in the best interest a Britney Spears in court. A tearful spears called in by phone, demanding her father, Jamie Spears be removed from her conservatorship, saying she wants him charged with conservator abuse Spears saying I am here to get rid of my dad. The singer, claiming I was extremely scared of my dad. Spears detailed what she calls her illegal work schedule in which she says she was forced to be available 10 hours per day every day, And at times, she says, her caretakers took away her hair, vitamins and even her coffee. Spears, saying that's not abuse. That's just cruelty. Jamie Spears was adamant He is not stepping down his lawyers arguing for their side of the story to be heard, saying, There are a lot of misstatements in Britney's testimonies. The judge also approved the resignation of Bessemer Trust as co conservator. That means as of now, Jamie Spears is the sole manager of his daughter's $60 million estate. But Spears wants the conservatorship ended altogether without facing a medical evaluation, she says. If one is necessary, she'd like Jodi Montgomery, her co conservator of person to stay on and handle the transition. There will be another court hearing on Monday in which the judge will examine Jodi Montgomery's request for security to be paid out from the trust. As she claims she's receiving death threats. Andrea Fujii.
United Offers Flight Attendants, Pilots Extra Pay for Proof of COVID Vaccination
"Player at Denver's airport is offering its pilots and flight attendants extra cash for proof they've been vaccinated. United Airlines says it will give flight attendants up to 10 hours pay if they're fully vaccinated by June, 9th. They'll get 6.5 hours pay if they get their first dose between June 10th of July 1st Last week, the airline offered its pilots 13 hours of pay for proof if they were vaccinated before June. 1st. Any pilot getting vaccinated this month could get 12 or 11 hours of extra pay. The airline says 80% of its pilots have been
'The Underground Railroad’: Oscar Winner Barry Jenkins Returns With Limited Series
"Miniseries adaptation of the Colson Whitehead novel, The Underground Railroad premieres on Amazon Prime Both the book and the Serie Center around Cora and enslaved woman who escapes from a plantation in Georgia and travels through a literal underground train system in search of freedom. And while the series does depict the traumatic reality of slavery, early reviews have lauded it for not sensationalizing the violence shown on screen as well as for emphasizing the humanity of the enslaved characters. Much of the project success can be credited to Barry Jenkins Theosophy are winning filmmaker behind Moonlight and If Beale Street could talk here he is on the take away back in 2018 talking about his plans for the underground railroad. Most clearly I can say about it is, you know the hero's journey, and I remember as a kid, you know, hearing about the underground railroad for the first time and really literally imagining to two trains. Running underground. And so I think that reading Coulson's book kind of reactivated the childhood kind of off, you know, around just like the power the ingenuity, you know of black folks to create this path to freedom, and I thought the best way to tell that was to go on the four hero's journey. So I was really happy to partner with Amazon and find a place where we could tell the story on the course of 89 10 hours.
Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murdering George Floyd
"Conviction of former police officer Derrick Show, Vin. Murder and manslaughter charges. A jury took a little more than 10 hours to find Children guilty of second degree murder, Third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. ABC News senior legal correspondent Sunny Hostin. This was highly unusual. I mean, it's always clear to prosecutors that quick verdict of fact, fast verdict really hints at an agreement journey for George Floyd's family. Ben Crump, we framed this moment. For all of us, not just for George floor. This is a victory for those who championed humanity over inhumanity. President Biden says the conviction can be a giant step forward for the nation in the fight against systemic racism. He calls on the Senate to pass a police reform bill okay by the House and named for Floyd. So far it is deadlocked in the Senate. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Now here's what's happening
COVID-19 Spreading 'Like Wildfire' in Michigan
"Spreading like wildfire. It's breaking their hearts were exhausted. Emotionally hospital admissions jumping nearly 30% in the upper Midwest. In just the past week, the CDC ranking Michigan the number one hot spot in the country and hospitals feeling the strain some patients facing 8 to 10 hour wait times those hospitalized, shifting away from now vaccinated older Americans to those unvaccinated younger adults. Now we're seeing that kind of 40 to 59 age group is the largest group that's getting infected. Certainly certainly seeing some Children. They're getting l. But it's really that young adult population that's driving a lot of the cases. So for us this surge is bigger than it was a year ago, doctors say, driving the surge, a mix of reduced restrictions, pandemic fatigue and the UK variant, which now accounts for 70% of the new cases in Michigan. The federal government now sending Michigan more personnel to administer vaccines. The governor Gretchen Whitmer, doubling down that our state needs more shots when there is a surge. We think that it's important that we we go toe we rush in to meet where that need is across the country. The supply of Johnson and Johnson
Standoff at Luxury Resort in Hawaii Ends When Suspect Found Dead
"Out of Honolulu, Hawaii following a roughly 10 hour standoff at a hotel overnight, police surrounded the Kahala resort and hotel after reports of shots fired an armed man barricaded in of room. Guests and staff were asked shelter and place. Police believe the suspect fired around five shots from 1/4 floor room. And after around 10 hours, Honolulu Police Department SWAT team entered the room. They found the suspect dead from a self inflicted gunshot wound. Maggie Marcel e, who was staying in the hotel with her husband says she left to run an errand and then her husband called her. Let her know what was going on around E guess. Six o'clock. I called him and said, I'm on my way back. Go ahead and order dinner in five minutes after that, he called me and said, Do not come anywhere near the hotel. There's an active shooter. We're on lockdown. The suspect has not been identified. No one. Besides, the gunman was hurt.
Coronavirus relief bill could pass Senate by this weekend
"A vote a Rama on multiple amendments, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said. It's going to take a lot of votes. We're going to power through and finish this bill, however long it takes starting on Thursday, Senate clerk spent more than 10 hours reading aloud the full 628 page bill after a request from Republican Senator Ron Johnson and what many have called a delay tactic. Republicans are expected to offer many amendments during this vote a Rama, which may go into the weekend. Katherine Folders, ABC News and in Maine today, some big news when it comes to covert
Senate moving forward with COVID-19 relief bill after marathon reading delayed measure
"Toward a voting marathon on the Democrats Covert 19 relief bill that is expected to end with the approval of the measure. Moments after the Senate took up the legislation. Yesterday, Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson forced the chambers clerks to read aloud the entire 628 page measure. It took 10 hours and 44 minutes and ended shortly after 2 A.m. Today. The Senate plans to begin voting around the middle of today on a mountain of amendments. The deaths of
Ron Johnson Makes Senate Read 600-Page COVID Relief Bill Aloud
"Got to this morning's official debate on the coronavirus relief bill in the Senate Republican Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, decided to make a show of his opposition to the bill by having the Senate clerks read out loud the entire 628 page thing. New York Times notes as a point of reference that the sixth Harry Potter book clocked in at 652 pages, and many of you know how thick that was, By the way, that was Harry Potter and the half Blood Prince. In case you were wondering Imagine reading the whole half blood Prince allowed without a break. The relief bill took 10 hours and 44 minutes at about the same length. Here's 44 seconds of what that was like. Section 27 oh five funding for grants for healthcare providers to promote mental health among their health Professional workforce section 27 06 funding for community based funding for local substance use. Disorder Services section 27 oh seven funding for community based funding for local behavior. Health needs section 27 away funding for the National child Traumatic Stress Network. Section 27 09 funding for Project Aware section 27 10 funding for you Suicide prevention section 27 11 funding for behavioral health, workforce, education and training. Section 27 12 funding for pediatric mental health care access section 27 13 funding for expansion grants for certified community behavioral health. on it went. The reading ended at just after two in the morning. Washington Time
Chicago Woman Trapped For 10 Hours After Awning Collapse In Schiller Park
"We're learning more about the rescue of a woman who was trapped under a collapsed awning in the suburbs. They waited. The snow caused the overhang to fall on top of the woman. She was stuck there for 10 hours before she was rescued by paramedics and Schiller Park. There's the Schiller Park Fire Chief, Mike says ready where the collapse came down. It pinned her legs, keeping her body towards her back door, which created that space for our paramedics to get in there and start treatment right away, And at that time our rescue crews crews use heavy. I'll lift equipment airbags and struts to stabilize. That awning lifted up while they're able to pull her back into the woman in her fifties, had gone out to shovel the snow Monday morning when the awning suddenly collapsed. She tried calling for help, but no one was around to hear. It wasn't until a family member arrived home Monday night that she was found
How to Grow a 6-Figure Business in 6 Months
"Christine. Say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with fire nation. I am so excited to be back with j. l. d. and each one of you and i believe that the hardest part of growing sicker business. You love is allowing it to be easy. Doesn't have to be hard but we were taught that it does right. We're taught to be really good employees and so what our brains to try to keep us safe when we start dreaming about getting not first traction in our businesses. That's what makes it hard not the fact that you're not capable. I mean. sometimes. I ask myself like what is the path of least resistance here. Why am i making this difficult for myself. Like what feels light. Not heavy. And i'll tell you fire nation. I am keeping all the things they feel light and feel easier in my world right now and i'm releasing the things that feel heavy feel hard because it doesn't have be difficult and we're talking about a pretty cool topic how to grow a six figure business six months working ten hours a week and i just want to talk about the realistic -ness of making six figures working ten hours a week. Break that down for us christine. Yes this is all about simplifying like you said what feels light right. You only need two things in order to have the foundation of a six figure business like you need a clear niche and you need an aligned. High ticket offer providing some kind of service whether as a coach as a consultant as a service provider freelancer marketer. Virtual assistant opium social media manager. One of those things. That's all that you need in order to be able to start going out and offering it you need to things. Fire nation a clear niche and that clear niche aligned with a high ticket offer of some former service. That christine was talking about right there. And what's really powerful that for me. Is i see a lot of people today. Saying john like man. I want to launch podcasts. Like interview entrepreneurs of that and listen entrepreneurs on fire fails if i launch it in twenty twenty with my same skills that i had in two thousand twelve i. I won in two thousand twelve because it was a niche. It was void. I fill ditz. And that's why that one got traction. So what is a specific niche. The can be clear and defined for you. Fire nation that. How can you weave in an aligned like that word aligned. High ticket offer of a service that makes sense because right now man. I'm c. n. Christina kinda wants you to chime in on this because i'm seeing a lot of people doing things the wrong way which is like they're working so hard for these like really low ticket offers and just you know having to get like a hundred thousand sometimes even more than that of the sales of these low ticket offers for it even to add up to any kind of meaningful money and like every sale is tough like it a lot times. I found that a low ticket sale because sometimes even be harder than hydrogen sale. And we gotta get into that kind of specifics too. But what do you think about this. I completely agree. I have like a what not to do right. And it is literally what you just said. Don't write a book or start a podcast. I don't download every freebie and try to piece together. A business plan from them. Don't create a bunch of low priced products and start offering them all and also like. Don't tell yourself you don't have enough time because it's almost never time problem. It's a clarity problem. Like if you knew what to do you would just go do it already. Which is why if you know what to do. You can do it in ten hours a
Nets Don’t Miss Rested Durant In Win Over Thunder, New York
"1 25 rather, the thunder James Harden and Kyrie Irving each deliver 25 points for the Nets, who shot 57% and reached the season high for points. Harden in Irving carried the offensive load Wild Durant was given the night office coach Steve Nash tries to rest the league's number two scorer. Brooklyn was never threatened after opening the second quarter on a 10 hour run that made it 46 27 teenage rookie Theo Mallet on dropped in 24 points and was perfect on six shots from three point range for the thunder. I'm Dave Ferrie I owed assume was scored 25 points and
Chicago Weather: Light Rain Or Snow Coming Late Sunday
"The cold will begin to ease as we head through the weekend. But for the overnight partly cloudy Heller chilly one with 17. The low West wins a 10 to 20 keeping wind shells in the single digits to around zero. Tomorrow. Partly cloudy The cold eases somewhat high 33 Sunday Klaus Lower and thinking after some morning sun chance for a late day rain or snow shower high. 39 Monday partly cloudy 30 Tuesday increasing clouds chance for rain or snow. Late high 34 10 hour Wednesday chance of rain or snow and a high of 42.
New York man trapped in car for 10 hours under 4 feet of snow
"10 hours in his snow covered car might not have survived much longer. He had driven off the road and was buried by snow plows after this week's storm. He was able to make several 911 calls early yesterday. But dispatchers could only get a rough location and a state trooper had to dig through miles of snow before finally finding the vehicle. The driver needed hospital treatment for hypothermia. And frostbite. Coca Cola is
Debate Over Classifying Drivers As Employees Or Contractors
"The pandemic worsens, travel is declining again, which is obviously concerning for companies like uber and lift. They have seen their ride, hailing revenues plummet even as interest in on demand deliveries has climbed. At the same time, those gig companies have been waging a labor battle to keep their drivers from being classified as employees. Anthony Foxx is the chief policy officer for lift. He also served as Secretary of transportation during the Obama administration, and he's a former mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina. Welcome. Thank you so much. It's good to be with you. So let's start with what just happened in California. Last month, voters passed ballot measure that exempts gig companies like lift from basically classifying their drivers as employees, which essentially means Your drivers could be treated as independent contractors. So they won't be eligible for things like minimum wage protections or the right to unionize. You just tell me why is this a good thing? Well, the reality is first and foremost that the nature of work Is changing all across the country. And what what we've done through prop 22. I would I would maybe take issue with a couple of the the waste of the question was raised in the sense that we're actually establishing a minimum. Floor for drivers to earn. So Where's before prop 22. There was no floor below which driver earnings could go prop 22 establishes a minimum standard that is actually 20% over. The current prevailing minimum wage anywhere in California. So that's just one of the things that prop 22 dozen. But if the drivers don't have the right to unionize, how do they bargain for to raise that that floor? Well, I think part of the challenge there is that you have these workers who are working between platforms, you know, in the modern era of bargaining. Most of the relationships exists between individual unions and individual companies. But this workforce is a work force that's working between many of these platforms. So you may have the same driver who's working for Lift part of the time working for Postmates part of the time working for Lord as part of the time on DSA, So unless there is a way of creating sort of a sectoral approach to it, which is used in Europe, it's been really hard for the labor movement to figure out how to how to solve that problem. Well, apart from the issue of whether drivers are in a better or worse situation with prop 22 Prop 22 was the most expensive initiative in California's history. Good company spent what 10 times what labor advocates spent. Is there an argument to be made that lift and other gig companies? Essentially bought their way out of an employment law. They simply didn't like. No, I think I think that what, what You see time and time again in Paul's not just pulls that the companies have run is that drivers in to the tune of 4 to 1 don't wanna be employees. They want to be independent, and that a lot of reasons for that many drivers work fewer than 20 hours a week on the platform and 70 some percent work. Less than 10 hours a week on the platform, these air feed people who were in some cases need flexibility that they would not have in a more traditional employment format. So, um, what does remain to be said that there were many, many drivers who were staunchly against prop 22. Well, there are many people against anything but the vast majority of the drivers again. 70 to 80% of them, do not want to be employees, and I think it's incumbent upon Not only us his industry, but all of the stakeholders to try to figure out how do we create a system that provides safety net around these workers while at the same time preserving the flexibility, which is what 22 really was was designed to do, But it's also something that I think we need to have continued conversations with labor officials and others and government to try toe. Continue sorting this out. Former transportation secretary and chief policy officer for Lift Anthony Foxx.
How Is Social Media Confronting Election Misinformation
"Well, we had so much speculation about social media. You know there there's gonna be a lot of misinformation Election night and all week was there. And how did this all work out? Yes, all the major platforms did have plans as we talked about last week to try to prevent misinformation from surging on social media. In retrospect, it appears that Facebook and Twitter have managed pretty well. But YouTube is still being criticized for how they handled things. Twitter regularly flag the president's account for Miss Linney tweets. And permanently suspended in account belonging to former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon proposing a video on the network inciting violence against Dr Fauci and the FBI director. The video was live on Bannon Facebook Page, though for about 10 hours before it was removed, and YouTube also eventually removed the video for violating its policy against inciting violence. YouTube was criticized for being too slow to take action on this and other videos. Facebook also removed a fast growing group called Stop the Steel, in part because it also called for violence from some members of the group. Twitter and Facebook, both suspended or tag left and right leaning news accounts posting information about voting, including at least three fake Associated Press accounts. That Twitter hastily removed Wednesday after they declared bite in the winter, winter and Michigan before it was actually announced. So lots of information I did see even in my own social media that I wasn't getting notifications from some more kind of politically leaning groups and you know that they definitely were slowing down the spread of information for sure on Facebook. Right. I saw 11 restaurant here Is Florida posted something. That was very far left. And and boy. Oh, boy, did they pay for it? I mean people for out with vengeance after them and Is just not a smart marketing move. If you're you gotta remember over 70 million people voted for Donald Trump. And if you are, I have a business that requires you to draw customers to it. Maybe it's not such a good idea to do that, but I could be Ah Pinterest licked in other social media sites of Ah, forced into the war against massive information this cycle. How does pin it up interest to do that? I mean, I thought this was something you look for. Don't know. Pictures and stuff, right? Yes. Well, you know with with these other network, you know being you know, focused on taking down misinformation. People are turning to these other groups up interest, which is normally a place to share recipes or crafting ideas. Researchers found that the phrase stolen ballots Um, promoting false claims about vote county of process. So the company they're also removed post had violated its policies even linked in which, as we know, it's mostly about, you know, sharing business information. Where people were sharing videos and articles that push false claims about the election. The company also moderated post that it considered to be incorrect, so people who were having their post taken down on Facebook or Twitter were turning to other Other networks, some even the social media site next door neighbor. I don't know if you tell you that too much most commonly place to complain about speeding neighbors with used to Paul Post claims about the election, and but that apparently is pretty much self moderated. So the people who are in the neighborhood were taking down those so You know, Certainly, people will definitely find lots of places to post information and, you know, it's really up to all of us to make a decision about what we want to believe in. You know where we find credible info. Yeah. And look, look some other places too. Just don't take one and say, Oh, look at that. A lot of sources these days.
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"10 hours" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"And traffic to get yourself up and running join US mornings. Okay. All six to nine thirteen, ten, Kfi. Forty minutes after the hour. Welcome back to the show. Happy to bring this gentleman on the program again Jesse Kurtz lead anchor at Mountain West Network Jesse great to catch up with you. My friend I know last two weeks have been absolutely nuts for you with the announcement of the the schedule and of course, Air Force plane last week but we we appreciate you squeeze innocent. It's been crazy but it's been a good crazy happy to be a part of what is it a very turbulent exciting time yeah. No Dow Air. Force took care of navy last week forty, two seven. So they kind of pick up where they left off last year and then they get a little break for a little bit before we get into a to the bulk of the schedule here in a couple of weeks. Yeah. To say that I was not surprised with the way that game win would be a flat out lie I didn't know what to expect from from. The team on Saturday I would have been shocked if they want I would have been shocked that they lost but I was shocked at it was a blowout and how well they played you given the amount of players that that we thought say three months ago we're going to be on the roster ended up not being on the roster so a lot of young guys got a lot of the playing time and look really good and doing so. Maybe not a surprise. This team ran for three, hundred, sixty, nine yards. I mean th, they're pretty good at running that football well, the rumor. But we but was was the surprising part was holding navy under one hundred yards. This the nation's top rushing team in the country last year to hold them under one hundred dollars for the game. I, not even a majority that are pretty close to that came in garbage time as well. There was a time. At, the start of the fourth quarter neighborhood was averaging one and a half yards per rush. I mean think about that the nation's top rushing team over the last ten years and was the top last year to be held to one and a half yards per carry for the bulk of the game that really was a special effort by the Defense Jesse. What can you tell us on the other side about Donald Hammond again, I know this team's GonNa run the football that's their bread and butter so Not necessarily about throwing passes but still a very good player but we know he's not in good standing at this stage. What does that look like? Do we know many details about that situation? Yeah. That's the last update still you know I could not in good standing. So the team moves on without him and you know this is a a team that you think back the last year ready and you're talking about a team that has lost its three quarterbacks from last year DJ was the starter. Could not standing. He's not playing this anders the backup he graduated Mike Schmidt was the third string he graduated, and then you've got some other quarterbacks who ended up taking the medical term back they're not available so you really went deep in the depth chart. Defined Zeke Daniels who I mean played pretty darn well for a guy who one is never play Division One college football game and to I'm sure did not expect to be in this position if you would've asked him three months ago. But here we are you just keep playing with the guys that are available and you did a pretty good job. Yeah. I was looking at some previews some previous from like three months ago saying I think he was like the fourth guy or something along those lines. So he climbed that depth Chart Pretty Quick Jesse Kurtz joining us from the mountain West Network when you look at the Rest of this group you know the teams that Stan Obviously Boise. State's GonNa. Come back put a good program together. Wyoming we were were excited to see what air? Force can do as well. Utah State. When you look at that group, those top teams there I know they're all kind of lumped together but is it still boise state at this stage until they prove otherwise yeah, and I think that's the way you look at it they they consistently have that and they keep reloading it position. So there's no reason the things that they're not going to be one of the teams that's going to be chasing a spot. In the championship game so I can pretty much pencil them and year in and year out. But I do think Nevada is going to be really strong this year pun intended with Carson strongest quarterback position I think Wyoming is going to be tremendous You know they got a couple of quarterbacks. A lot of people would love to have as their number one they're going to have to I my all accounts they're going to go with to but I think they're in great shape San Diego state defensively flat out loaded again, they'll be in the mix I'm really interested to see what's what go. Dot. Co Has it Colorado state that's the great unknown. Right. When you have a a crop of players that maybe didn't have the success that they you know thought that they could have should have had sometimes some some new blood, a new voice, really energize the teams. I, look forward to seeing you know sort of you know new wrinkles they put out there but I would say those are the teams at least at the start of the year, and that's always a dangerous proposition right but it started a year would be the primary contenders for a spot in the championship game and Jesse I think the last time. We had on this program. We were talking about Warren Jackson and being the best player in the conference, and now obviously because of the situation at hand he's he's ready to take his talents to the NFL. So a guy that we thought. Well, that's GONNA. Make Adagios transition real easy. But there's other guys, Dante Right trae McBride. Those guys are probably trae McBride for sure it's going to be in the NFL someday. Yeah. No question about it and Dante right with as exciting of a player with the football on his hand as we have in this conference especially in special teams I mean I saw that kid just absolutely fly. When air force came up to canvas stadium in last fall and was obviously electric against Colorado. So Y- guy the year you're wiser a little bit bigger. A little bit stronger will certainly be looked to to carry some of that load and fill some of that void left by Warren, Jackson? Yeah. Well, it's going to be interesting. Of course, we know with a shoe they've had a lot of stuff going on investigations and things like that. So it's all been pretty button down for the most part, but I think you're right people are just excited to see if you can get the best out of this group. Yeah. You know what and no one knows except for inside that locker room at this point what they have sort of chip, they have on their shoulder sort of things that they have to prove not only to themselves, but to do anyone in the mountain west or outsiders. So sometimes I can go a long way the the US against the world mentality and He owned new life new blood new new voices sometimes that can lead to some pretty powerful things. I'm kind of excited defensive coordinator. Chuck. Heater with this Fox position on defense to kind of learn more about this guy who can put his hand down in the. Dirt maybe maybe Garda receiver I I have no idea how that's GonNa work but I'm pumped up to to watch it play out in the conference. But typically when you have I haven't seen too much about it. But typically when you have those guys that are the edge rushers or they can drop back in pass coverage, whatever those guys have some serious.
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"Football tonight, right here on thirteen ten. KFI HOUSTON. At Kansas City seventeen thousand fans will be at Arrowhead Stadium. So is that enough to provide a little bit of a home field advantage for the chiefs? Not sure. I know a lot of folks are also very curious as to what it's going to look like before the game. You WanNa talk about the national anthem what that's going to be. Honest as you gotta be careful. I know you're trying to please. A lot of people right now but you gotta be very, very careful at this stage. Everybody's ready to watch football I I. Mean a lot of people are ready to watch football. There are some that are saying I'm never going to watch again We'll see I guess you saw an article n Espn today or excuse me NFL IN ESPN. From Jason Reed who wrote the era of the black quarterback is officially underway talking about Patrick Mahomes and Shawn. Watson. Back. I Guess I, read that headline I'm like, why do we? Why is that? Where we're going with that with that headline you know I always saw ten years ago it was supposed to just be He's a quarterback. He's a great quarterback. But now it's the era of the black quarter, etc. What are you talking about? Patrick Mahomes won the Super Bowl last year When you look at Watson and all he's done I mean he's one of the best players in the NFL. Why does it have to be necessarily again, I'm asking out loud because I read the headline and I don't read too amazing quarterbacks to pretty good dudes. By the way I read the era of the black quarterback is underway and I guess. It is what it is man. I'm done trying to fight that battle because I know how I'm going to view the game. I'm going to enjoy watching the game tonight I'm looking forward to it. Got My Thursday night special on on the line tonight going WANNA. Know start the NFL season. McLean, asking me about all the nuggets game last night. Let's get. How are we supposed to stop the machine? We call quiet Leonard One two finals for two different teams. Yeah I mean co is. Quite as the best player in the NBA. That's the way it is. Now he is. He is earning those stripes if he hasn't earned them already, he's the best player in the NBA. Where does your joker lineup with guys like? Leonard. Is he a superstar in that vein? Is One of those goods because your mom Murray is not At least on this. At this time on this Wednesday September. Is Mike. Malone guy that can get the best out of his superstars. I told you this last two days ago Colfax. We've had constant question marks about Nicole Yokich. We've constantly said things like. Oh well Yo just depending on how he feels about the game he's going to do what's right and again I'm not this isn't a knock on the joker. The joker has been the guy in the series for the nuggets. But then it's drama. GotTa. Keep him consistent. It's not his fault defense got bigger. Defense has got a great Michael Puerto Juniors got to be great. When do we start looking at the coach saying? All right. You have five different instances where you keep saying we gotta be better here. We got be better here. We got to do this. We gotta do that. We got to that. Or are you along that camp on that camp that says? The nuggets don't have the talent. And I'm not there because they were to seed last year three seed this year. They won t they won the series against the jazz they have the talent are they as good as the clippers overall overall? Yes. But not as good as it stars talking about this morning outside, it's the whole show powered by pw energy..
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"To hear positive. Franc's thrown out the hair. He's got the beard he's got the gigantic nineteen eighty-four shades I love it. Everything about Gronk is special. He is going to do some special things coming back, watch out. I know you guys think I'm in love with Tom. Maybe you're right but Brady GRONK. It's it's it's Jordan and pippen. It's everything watch out. Tampa Bay is going to be lethal, great positive story there and please don't be that person comments on eleven. Thousand Dollars says that's all you're doing. They didn't have to do anything they. They're gonNA. Pay I mean it's not that much. Colefax but it's an amazing gesture. Can you believe that there are people that actually do this when you donate? It doesn't matter if it's eleven thousand if it's eleven million, there are always going to say what that's it. YOU'RE A billionaire. Frustrating! I believe there's people like that. They're they're. They're out there. They're called trolls. It's a sad thing, but this is a good store. Yeah, good job Gronk am I my. Cowherds going all in on the drew lock thing and I'm going all in on Tom Brady. TAP, Peyton manning did for the Broncos don't Oh new team. I mean I want to be there with you with Brady but. You've been brought before though he was on your fantasy team a few times. He went. For four weeks it was working. Killing and then kind of faded. Because mahomes came onto the scene. I don't think Brady's GONNA couple years ago. I don't think he's going to break records or anything but I think he's going to have a really good year. It's GONNA win game. Yes, and they have a defense. They have defense and they have some good skill set players so I. I liked Tampa Bay. Tampa Bay in Kansas, city is probably GonNa be the Super Bowl. You guys can go ahead and get your tickets ready and everything I. Don't know if you can go to the Games yet, but we'll see, but that's what I like. I I know upsets, broncos, fans, but But the West belongs to Kansas City at least one more year twenty three minutes after the hour on the rocks, liquor brings us our game game of the week. This one's from crabtree.
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"Baseball so really different there for a little while but it was a thing where you could go and instead of thinking about this thing. That's going on and all the horror in the world you can gonNA go in desmond striking out again. Maybe and maybe I'm not as mad about that as I would have been in the past maybe maybe instead of throwing stuff at the TV now. Just get a little bit of a smirk. Go but you know what other I'd rather watch desmond hit into a double play Than not have any baseball at all. That's when you when you sit back to back to normal here we go there and it's good to see that again. Yeah it'll be it'll be interesting for sure I agree. I think I think you get into it. And it's going to be like I don't really care if the rockies win tonight. I really don't care if they win tomorrow. Maybe not even the next day. Then you start I think. Oh we're old rival own for then I think rockies fan suddenly start going okay now. We're it's official. We're playing baseball again. Let's let's get after it here. This is still. This is still important to us. So let's let's we'll be curious to see how it progresses and eventually someone will grab a great headline that we can rally around the opening it. That's one of the great things about opening day in baseball as they do it. But everybody plays so. We have a rookie throws a no hitter. If a rookie throws a no hitter on opening day then nobody cares about the damage for a minute for whatever you know we get to just all baskin that for a little while then even matter who really doesn't and you know and then for your individual team like you said. Yeah first couple of games are just happy back but by game five. You're gone and then Nolan still hitting like four twelve like you know and and and and you're injured at that point there's patterns that have been emerging as the great thing about this game every single day I it's a thing that's there for you when it is there.
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"A recliner in front of a television a walker at his side and his grandkids were playing in the next room he's a giant man six foot four inches but stoop now we talked for hours and have had many phone calls in the months since in the course of working on his podcast some of the people who i was hoping to speak with have died some in the last few months even weeks and talking to chief arena and the others i would come to meet made me realize that telling the story was also a race against time and yet like others who had lived through it arenas recall of certain details about that day nearly fifty years later was remarkable he remained haunted by the death of mary jo ann over and over he wondered aloud how the senator could have left her in the car for ten hours before reporting the accident left literally island but well these are all things that came to roast but i thought i would see him again i really did i i guess i was for screwed on that one that everyone vanished from the island arena was left with a myriad of unanswered questions what about the ten hours took for ted to report the accident what about rosemary's purse what about huck look the deputy sheriff who saw ted's car the night before last fall is i was beginning my research i met with a source involved in the investigation and asked him how would i ever understand what happened he told me either you believe ted kennedy's account or you believe huck look on this season of cover up arcus told me at one point the true story will come out after my death seizures is a month after i went on with current if you're our house bird realized just about everything we had and the night at the fires of local firemen comes up and he's commune the backyard with me without teacher to go on national television we were very concerned our phone was tapped we were called and threatened someone was coming to get us with a shotgun that was the exact words that were used joey argon blamed by rose kennedy for lowering any of it to have happened because she felt that he should have been taking better care of teddy they were trying.
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"To the airport and ted had said earlier that he had not been driving under the influence so what was the truth back on chappaquiddick babu gear drove by the cottage where the party had been the night before when i was over at the cottage and there were two g i can so our garbage cans standard size standing about three and a half four feet tall and they were outside with all the trash but they were overflowing you couldn't put another bottle or pain in those gi cans now there were only twelve people that party these gi cans outside of the cottage where the party had occurred the previous evening and i told to jim later i said we should have taken a picture all those time was out she farina tried calling rosemary again but was told she had already checked out of her hotel he would never get the chance to question ted or rosemary again are wondering somebody else is in the car mary jo was just in there and there was always some congestion that the might have been somebody in the back seat but if there was somebody in the backseat than out of they get out and i always went to how he out of the car because it was pretty well banged up i should talk to rose ner i should've asked her but she was gone and i think they probably went back to washington i will why because i guess she was off the island gone before i realized that they will have an apology and i was to say vital card no to the towns because i would i live in charge you know i felt a low to be honest with you the state police didn't come into the same district attorney didn't come in the same and if i may jump ahead we have any quest grand jury and still nobody filed a complaint for the united so i met with chief arena at his daughter's house outside of boston last fall he's eight years old and unfailingly kind his health is in great he's in the early stages of parkinson's disease and he slowing down he was eager to talk he was sitting in.
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"The handed so so we treat this like any other or meal accident the dozen have alcohol in depth involved that was the key hands off when touch missile eating it while to stay police matter in the district court he said we treat this like any ordinary automobile accident ren by the chief of police because the guy that was newly appointed chief said is no alcohol we had a rule accident alcohol death district attorney everything else hanlon local meanwhile the issue of the autopsy had become a game of hot potato between the da chief arena and the medical examiner the undertaker was instructed to hold onto the body pending word from the da's office dun gifford kids legislative aid arrived at the funeral home he said it was to help others say it was to make the body disappear when the undertaker pressed on mary jo's abdomen less than a teacup amount of pecos froth was expelled he had expected more liquid to come from drowning victim we'll explain why the froth is significant in a later episode he talked about it with dr mills the medical examiner but mills told him he didn't want to cause any problem he was getting pressure from reporters to call for an autopsy and the da's office had left the decision to him and that was his decision no autopsy chief arena was getting nowhere remember that personally found in ted's car when arena call the number on the hotel key found inside the purse there was some muffled discussion on the other end of the line before rosemary keough gave a renewed the proper spelling of mary joe's last name when told he had her purse rosemary informed him that she'd send someone to pick it up from the station mary jo's handbag was later found back at the lawrence cottage that afternoon bob mola drove ted paul markham and joe garden to the airport for a flight back to the kennedy family compound in hyannis port he remembers the drive with ted in the front seat on the.
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"Was out of the influence because it was very sober as parents but i didn't detect any alcohol in fact i was asked about that i said well what could do to have eight hours later a lawyer could blow that out of water you know he looked well dressed he looked lean to me has looked serious but i detected nothing about alcohol i hate to put it all myself but what i did was what i thought was right but it retrospect what happened during those hours and couldn't we have come up with something else but it ought to convict somebody up this on them voluntary manslaughter could have to have been able to show that there was a radical ration and if you saw what the bridge was took occur at the bridge had it appears as though the car was going straight ahead and hit the brakes and dug into the was about a foot barrier on the bridge and flipped it over but the mystery is rose very heels pocketbook in the car the time elapsed and all i love chappaquiddick gives bobber geir you're not dealing with an every day should is it okay you're dealing with a us senator and i'm sure he was extended special privileges okay he came from a prominent american family and as we we talked about it briefly afterwards that things have been done in tiny different but when you had the world descending upon you i mean i'm sure jim had a lot of stress he never showed it okay he he was very professional all of his dealings and everybody loved him chief arena left ted and paul markham in his office to finish the statement while he be turned to the accident site to oversee the towing of the car markham road out the statement dictated by ted the asked arena not to release it to the press until they had run it by the kennedy family attorney the statement just two hundred and fifty two words was brief on.
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"Were going to handle it i i get that feeling today i had that feeling then that we can't make a big deal out of it even if it is a major incident the lot of this discussion took place before he arrived at the room you know let's not make too big a deal out of it he is a us senator we gotta do what we can to you know take care of the guy but there's a lot of conversation going on with everybody even after kennedy and the other two arrived it wasn't like you see on tv where they put some in cheer and start grilling them you know it was more casual questioning you know what about this tej what about this senate where were you hear senator how'd you get from that avia senate you know things like that it wasn't an interrogation type questioning more of a casual they just had a discuss it with their attorneys and mrs kennedy the kids mother some reason chad mentioned her a couple times to get a speak to my mother about this so was words said that time in the room and i don't know whether kennedy was there yet not to fact that we gotta be very careful with this we can't let it get out of hand because he is the us senate for massive chusetts and i took that to the effect that we got to help beriot dairy the incident and just do what we could to not judge in with manslaughter drunken driving whatever but ted kennedy was never charged in volunteer gary manslaughter which would mean proof of recklessness or negligence and at that point the senator had not revealed there had been drinking at the party the night before or that there had even been a party chief arena would only learn that from a reporter the next day he never considered giving ted and alcohol test he never even asked him if he had been drinking in fact arena never as ted a specific question you couldn't tell anybody.
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"That car and less she was in that car okay because i think a pocketbook follows a woman for wherever she goes huck look a local deputy sheriff who lived on chappaquiddick stopped by the bridge he instantly recognized the oldsmobile that's the exact car i saw last night he said in remembered part of the license plate because one of the numbers was on his old basketball jersey here's john farrar came down the same after we had removed mary jo and the whole thing and he saw kennedy's car and he said to jim arena and bob ra geir who were there he said that's the exact car i saw last night heading down the dike bridge road running away from me when i saw i went to offer help because they looked as they were lost and it went down dike bridge road at a high rate of speed after being told ted had been spotted earlier that morning at the chappaquiddick ferry landing chief arena called the police station and spoke to his colleague carmen salvador or call the station i said see if you can send somebody down the fine so the kennedy and common said he's hit so i spoke to him on the phone i said i'm sorry there's been an accident here do you know if anybody else's in the car and i swear he said no i decided to go back to the station i trust as much as i code with my hair wet and everything else and i went back to the station and i walked into my office and there was of the kennedy paul markham and i said i'm sorry about the rosemary keel and he said no that wasn't rosemary keel is mary jo kopechne police didn't know was that mary jo and rosemary kiel where among six women as well as six men who attended a party the night before a reunion party for people involved with bobby kennedy's presidential campaign when chief arena returned to the station ted kennedy was sitting at his desk it was almost as if the roles were reversed ted was sitting in the chiefs office using his phone and there was a rena standing in a wet bathing suit stunned and an off.
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"Car he removed the body of twenty eight year old mary jo kopechne me she was five foot four inches one hundred ten pounds wearing a white blouse navy slacks sandals and gold bracelets around her left wrist already in a state of rigor mortis her arms were raised her hands in claude like positions and her head back he brought the body over to arena who was still sitting atop the car and placed her in his arms he scanned her face to see if she was a kennedy it isn't one of the clan he said than the men carefully placed her body in a row boat and brought her to shore those a lot of stories about how mary chill was dressed and i made a comment that if she was propped up she could go to a party she was completely dressed associate medical examiner dr donald mills arrived to examine the body around nine thirty he performed an external examination to determine the cause of death it was quick just fifteen minutes no external marks bruises were found but mary jo remained fully clothed throughout according to his later inquest testimony mills estimated that mary jo had been dead for at least six hours this girl was completely filled with water he testified that is her bronchial tubes were full her mouth was full of water there was water in her nose death by drowning barbara gary members that moment like it was yesterday i was standing standing there there watching donkin nils as he pressed on mary jo's just comedy and water was flowing out of her nose and her mouth and may with my wake stomach i was throwing up at.
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"Police radio that the car was registered to edward m kennedy in boston well i had a shiver that went up my spine i will never forget and then i yelled out to jim who the car was registered to and he had a few words to said the world will descend upon us which did another accident with involving the kennedys in a span of twenty five years joseph p kennedy and his wife rose had lost four of their nine children it had been thirteen months since the assassination of bobby kennedy nearly six years since the assassination of jfk and over two decades earlier there eldest son joe junior had died in a secret bombing mission and world war two and a daughter kathleen had been killed in a plane accident the families losses were on a scale few could ever imagine minutes later john farrar got a call at his local sporting goods shop the turf and tackle the police chief needed him at the dike bridge farrar was thirty three year old former navy skin diver and captain of the edgar town fire departments scuba search and rescue division suited up in his diving gear farrar arrived on the scene twenty minutes later there he saw the police chief sitting atop the trunk of a sunken black owed mobile delta eighty eight when we arrived at the scene jim arena was sitting on the rare of the automobile up he was he was the guy was upside down and he was sitting on the differential with a bathing suit he had not been able to get down to the same he said i think the could be somebody in there i want you to go down and find out and it is ted kennedy's car jim yes i could say see by his face that he was in shock so to speak on in real shock but shocked that it was kennedy's car john album heard about the accident over the police scanner he drove his truck with the memorable slogan you reckon we fetch him to.
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"I came to learn the senator wasn't the only one was haunted by what happened that night that was the case for nearly everyone who lived through it i often think about my first visit to the island last fall i asked the local who was taking me over on the ferry to chappaquiddick what he thought about at all i don't know what happened that night he said but it definitely didn't happen the way they said it happened the local jerry grant a former ferry operator who brought ted over to chappaquiddick on the evening of july teeth nineteen sixty nine looking back that's about the last detail everyone can agree on it was a little after eight am the next morning when two fishermen saw a glint of metal reflecting of something dark in the water they were coming back from east beach on chappaquiddick just over the dike bridge and when they peered down into the water of pooja pond they saw an overturned car with only the rear tyres visible above the water surface the two men rushed to get help from the house closest to the bridge just one hundred yards away they knocked on the door of sylvia moun who was renting a small cottage that locals called the dyke house sylvia called the police and within minutes police chief jim arena was on the way to the bridge sarkar upside down with just the wheels showing and i did some crazy thing i went into the mom cottage which was located right near there and i asked the husband had a bathing suit and i changed my bathing suit his bathing suit and i left my gun and everything else in there and i swam out to the car i was fighting tied and i had no i glass is or anything else of water safety glasses that i couldn't see inside anyway like place myself on top of the car and i sat there when another officer from beg town arrive bob rukia and i asked him to call the fire department and get the scuba dive roba gave me the the license plate number which i called into barnstable three seven six which was the call sigel for the sheriff's department over on cape cod and about fifteen twenty minutes later the call came back on the.
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"Answers layer upon layer upon layer for every layer that's peeled away i always come back to a conversation i had with georgetti petoskey mary jo's cousin and closest living relative greenwich joe never had those last minutes of marriage owes light no one has ever said to them you know i saw mary jo with party she was happy she was looking forward to doing ex wires see she was you know through ciaston about it or she wasn't or we had a wonderful they never had those last moments of their daughter's life from anybody i met your jet enersen william less summer near their home in lehigh valley pennsylvania georgetta was just two years older than mary jo and they were closest sisters before i got started i wanted to know their concerns and get their blessing i also wanted to find out more about the young woman the world never got a chance to know the one who story was a clips by that of ted kennedy and his political future i learned mary jo was an only child the first in her family to graduate college she was a good swimmer she loved to dance and she left to shop and she loved the brooklyn dodgers she was modest georgetti says you didn't tell a dirty joke around mary jo and she was devoted to ted's brother robert f kennedy she had worked for him for four years even typing his declaration to run for president she had spent weekends at his home in hickory hill and groom close to his kids but everything changed when he was assassinated in the summer of nineteen sixty eight she was.
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"I was overcome i'm frank to say by jumble of motions grief fear doubt exhaustion panic confusion and shock good night last friday senator edward kennedy drove a car of a narrow bridge and into a pond on martha's vineyard massachusetts we never had those last moments of their display from anybody why would allow other women's pocketbook being that car i think he was a damn good senator for us for massachusetts but i think he lied through his teeth both this whole thing that went on there and that's why he wasn't wasn't the president that meant that there had been a period of time where she could have been saved if we had been called at the time of the accident young woman in the car with him was drawn kennedy survive but failed to report the accident the new ten hours later i mean to this day i still don't know why they win how does senator take off and leave a car sitting in the water with the body in the back and not tell anybody i'm liz mcneil and this is cover up nearly fifty years later there are a few things everyone can agree on it was a hot summer night the water was calm mary jo kopechne he attended a cookout at a small rental cottage and the next morning she was found dead in a submerged car at the bottom of title pond as people what they know about chappaquiddick and you'll likely hear vague memories that senator ted kennedy drove his car off a bridge and a young woman died she was blonde and pretty a secretary maybe there'd been a long delay before the police were called talk of a cover up when my editors broached the idea that people's pod cash take a closer look into chappaquiddick i remember thinking that stories too complicated too dark how do you tell a story that's been a mystery for nearly fifty years where those who know what happened don't talk or they're dead for nearly a year i've been researching the events surrounding what happened on the night mary jo died the office i share with my producer christina has become a makeshift war room it's piled with books about the case thousands.