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"1500 pages" Discussed on C.G.Jung Helpdesk
"So when you have, for example, these people that have ideas of conspiracy theories just to say there are many examples. But there's one British guy I think is John Irving and so on. He talked about how there are little people and their killing small childs and so on. You can see in this image memory and the symbols that are created for him and his psychology that it's very likely academic because of fear of the snake and the dragon is something that's inborn and human beings and expresses itself in that way and he's obviously overwhelmed by it and losing control of his life in the sense that he then tries to want people to bump the lizard people that are taking over the world and that our second finding small children, the consciousness of the eagle gets hypnotized to do certain things the body is taking over by other forces overwhelming liberals strong forces that bring the person again to do something that would normally not do. Jung has also other example for this overwhelming force and about because Jung was a huge fan of Nietzsche. He had a seminar that written documents over 1500 pages, it's about Sato sites, not even about the whole book. It's only about three quarters, and they both were professors and basil, not at the same time, each of us already that when Jung started there. But young always had a deep fascination for each of them and he said, the reason that each of us become more like was the archetypes and this creative coming up the spirit of the time and Nietzsche recognized that to a certain degree. But of course, he followed it and wrote the things he did, but he had a miserable life concepts a problem with an archetype. It's an archetypal impersonal force that does not care about the individual person.
"1500 pages" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Street. I'm Cameron Moscow, U.S. stocks are falling treasuries are dropping across the curve after another round of death ceiling talks ended without a deal and we check the markets all day long here on Bloomberg. S&P 500 down a quarter percent or 11 points at 41 81, the Dow Jones Industrial Average down a quarter percent or 78 points at 33,208, and the NASDAQ down a quarter percent or 33 points at 12,688, ten year treasury down 7 30 seconds, yield 3.74% in the yield on the two year 4.38%. Nymex crude oil is up 1.2% of 82 cents at $72 87 cents a barrel. Comic school down four tenths of a percent or $8 80 cents at 1986 AD announced, the Euro one O 7 7 6 against the dollar the M1 38.55 for watching cheers to Lowe's, they're up one and a half percent. This even after it cut its sales outlook setting a slowdown in consumer spending. And Apple signing a new multiyear multi-billion dollar deal with Broadcom to develop 5G radio frequency components, Brockton shares are higher up one and a half percent, and that's a Bloomberg business flash Tom and Paul. Carrying thanks so much. Zach Cohen and Washington and Paul. On Disney to show how hammered his off the great Howard word interview yesterday, Disney has to go up from here two or 3%. To get back to the pandemic low. Imagine the pandemic gloom we're never going to go to Disney World again. Right. And it's below that. Yes. Just a teen sweets. Exactly. It has to go up about a 110%, maybe a little more. To get back to the early 2021, we are the world joy. Yes. And there's a lot that has to happen before you get back to something like that in terms of showing the profitability of this whole new business. Okay, so you killed it yesterday. You went to the other side so they got to cut costs. That just assumes they're not lean in any way now? Well, I think they just went like everybody else in Hollywood. They went crazy on the programming budgets in order to drive subscriber growth because that's what the street wanted for. But it cost money to make Mandalorian. That's right. And but do you need three or four derivatives of Mandalorian probably not? Or do I need to spend millions per episode? Let's do what a .7 X episode. So do I need to get the a list writer to be the backup? No, I can get some schlub off the street to be the backup writer. Is that Cohen joins us right now? Bloomberg government, Congress reporter. He's in the marble halls in Congress. What actually goes on in the halls of Congress that Cohen, when it's only two people talking to each other, the speaker and the president. Both the speaker and the president as well as sort of the top deputies you've got congressman Garrett gray is from Louisiana, congressman Patrick mchenry, also the chairman of the House financial services committee. He's the bow tie one. Yeah, he's the bow tie. Exactly. And then The White House has got a couple of 8s too. People like shalanda young, a former congressional 8 herself, Steve ricchetti. These are the folks who are actually working out the nitty Gritty and then Biden and McCarthy. I would assume are talking at more high level about what they think they can get their two parties to agree on. But it's up to these more seasoned negotiators that I mentioned that are actually working out the specifics. What are we cutting? What are we not cutting and that's the kind of stuff that really can make a break a deal? So if the document that they end up reading over 72 hours or whatever it is, is 1500 pages, I'm picking that out of thin air folks. How large is the document the negotiators are working on? Is it like an 8 page PowerPoint? Is it 24 pages single line? I mean, how big is the actual thing they're hammering out in a meeting room? Nobody cares about. Well, that's the thing. I don't think anybody knows how long the documented. It might be actually very short. It might just be a simple debt limit increase with a sort of addendum saying in the part of as part of the appropriations process needs to finish by September 30th that we will separately have all these other spending restrictions in place. So we don't know if there will be a very short bill or a very long bill, but certainly McCarthy has told his members he wants to give them 72 hours in order to read any particular bill that might come to the floor. Is this something that he did promise conservatives in his fight for the speakership earlier this year? And something that some Republican lawmakers insist that they will need, which does drag out the possibility that we get closer and closer to the ex state without approval by Congress. As to be global PMI numbers out, Paul, PMI services, better than good, composite, better than good manufacturing a little bit light. We'll go into details there. It moves the market with a two year yield rebounding to 4.39 percent with a little bit lower yield there, ten, 20 minutes ago. Paul. All right, Tom, thank you. Zach, you know, to the extent folks on Wall Street are paying attention to this and one could argue that maybe equity investors really aren't. But to the extent that we are, we're kind of thinking, I don't know, June 1st, early June, that's when I got to really get serious about this. But in Congress, in Washington, does it have something to have to happen before then? I mean, what are the folks watching and feeling like, how much time do we have left? Yeah, it's important to recognize on Congress on the hill. June 1st is not the deadline for a deal. June versus the deadline to get it done. And in the house, it's going to take, like I said, at least three or four days for a bill to work its way through the house and then in the Senate who isn't even a town this week will need a couple of days as well to process any bill that wouldn't have decided to law before treasury can issue more bonds. He's so inside the beltway. He doesn't even realize what he said. I'm going to ask Zach for Paul. Why aren't they working this week in the Senate? Well, because the actions in the house, you got The White House in the house that are really negotiating and frankly, most House members aren't involved either. And so I'm sure Schumer and McConnell deputies are all in touch with the proper people to make sure they know what's going on. But there's nothing really for the Senate to vote on right now. Now, Schumer did say that senators should be prepared to come back to the hill within 24 hours. And the house is any indication. They will have plenty of heads up on when they need to act. Where are you and Greg valier was pretty negative on this today. The idea that they're actually going to get something done in the first two weeks of June versus as you said, we're going to get to a one page agreement that moves the can of down to August or later. I guess we'll have to see, right? They're really kind of running out of options. If the ex state is closer to June 8th or 9th, which I think some analysts have said, the bipartisan policy center came up today as early as June 2nd. As a possible ex date, which doesn't really lead them a lot of time to get something done now. That's a little more a couple more days in June 1st. And we're hearing whispers at the house might stay in session this weekend over Memorial Day in order to get a deal. That's what I'm talking about. And so there's definitely some urgency here, but at first they need to get a deal before really there's anything on the legislative side they can do. So one of the things Tom brought up this point earlier, I mean, it usually it's the president and the speaker they hammer out something and then just kind of push it to their respective parties. Is President Biden is speaker McCarthy? Are they in a position to do that? Or do they need to really sell it? They'll absolutely need to sell whatever they come out of these negotiations with to their caucuses. How spider leader hakim Jeffries the top Democrat in the house was talking to couple of reporters outside the capital last night and said, look, there are some spending cuts that the Biden administration is talking about that there are some members that are not going to want to support that. There are progressives who do not want to give away anything on spending. But they recognize it's divided government and they're going to need to reach some sort of agreement. And I think McCarthy is going to have the same issue on his right Flank. If you sort of squint, you can sort of see a coalition together of the kyrsten sinema is in Mark molinaro's of the world. The moderates in both providing the majorities, but if something goes to the House floor that doesn't have a majority of the majority, so to speak, most Republicans at McCarthy's position, that's going to lead them in a really tricky situation politically. Zach pro tip when the sentence not in session, you can get a quality nap in in the basement at the old
"1500 pages" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"Purchasing power of your dollars keeps going down over time. And it's the frog and the boiling water effect, or it's just a little bit a little bit at a time. A little bit at a time, or you back up the clock three generations ago, you had one person in the family working. And they made enough money and their money bought enough that they could have the house and they could have the Lake house and they could have the boat and they can go on their family vacation and all that other kind of stuff. And then, you know, maybe not so much, you're not making enough money now. The wife has to work. Now, you know, you have two people in the household making the money to try to keep up that lifestyle of the house and the Lake house and the boat and the family vacation. Oh, and then it keeps going, and then, oh, maybe you have to give up the boat at the Lake house. But you still have the Lake house at least. And then it keeps going and then now you don't have Lake house. All you got is the house. And then it's like, you're lucky if you have a fucking house. That's having a lighthouse. Let's be Bernie. The irony in all of it is that still what, 50, 60% of divorce or divorces are because of money. Or 50 or 60% of all marriages and divorce in a lot of it's because of money. So the broken money, you're doing all this, everyone's working. The guy was working and then it was the guy and the girl. Then it was the guy and the girl and now we're gonna spend all our savings down. Then it was the guy in the girl working with Bentley our savings and now we're out out on our credit card and you're still getting divorced. There's still money. And now it's like, and now it's like, well, I'll get two jobs and now you should get two jobs too. Yeah, and then whenever it comes time for retirement, you can't because they've been stealing your money and it like just low enough the frog in the pot the water kept getting hotter, but not too hot over the course of a hundred years and your lifespan and then now it's you're ready to retire but you can't yet you're supposed to retire like 65, according to how your grandparents did and your father did and all that, but you can't. You're going to be working until you're like 75 to 80 and still not enough to even make it meet another. You go to, I think I mentioned it last week, the conspirators hierarchy, tragedy and hope, tragedy and hopes like a 1500 page book and it's purposely massive and it's a cecl roads as a Rockefeller. Like all these guys, the context and their plan for taking everything over and over the last 150 years. And so this purposely massive is a road map, so most people won't read. Only the people that are in the club read this book. And I've read a few pages of it. It's super talk about AI. You put it through the AI so you can decipher and simplify and get it down. But this was the world because it was the time your identity to your job.
"1500 pages" Discussed on C.G.Jung Helpdesk
"Difficult to get into, I recommend going into it with some background knowledge on you, otherwise it could be all too weird, but yeah, it's cool. It's very cool. There's also a very big version. His version was huge, very big mountain red leather. That's why it's called the red book, and he worked on it for roughly 30 years, but only his family and his closest friends knew he sometimes uses stuff from here in some talks or seminars, but very short stuff. So it was very good from the family of Jung to finally publish it 50 years after his death. The very last two books I just want to show them because they are scams and that you don't buy them. This one is called the solemn miss and opic kurnos, the canister is left in again. This costs €40. And this is only about a talk he gave for sitting on the garden wall about some pictures, somebody drawn the Middle Ages at happened at Iran's, which was a little bit like a conference where people would get all those mythological stuff and so on presented to ticket the past. So talk about all of this. And he would do an impromptu presentation sitting on a gun wall and it's very short, so there's a lot of filler introduction and so on. There's not so much in it. I couldn't find so much worth of value. So if you want to, you get nothing that you would not get somewhere else, even that is not so much. And then there's this one on psychology and visionary art, the title sounds great. There was one guy living in Paris, who was going crazy, and he was like an artist, so he stayed in asylum, and he wrote down his dreams, like raking dreams. This, of course, it's very important for your to have something like this happening. So he's analyzed. And if it would be only the talk, it would be okay. But the talk is very short, so it's kind of schizophrenic the book, because it's the other way around, you normally you say you have to work, right? Then you have taking notes, then it has the seminar, and then you have an introduction. Talking about the book all this whole given background knowledge. The problem is that all the status is always talking about the life of this guy who had the problems about his work, and it's always repeating. It's just repeating repeating. Did not like it, do not recommend it. That would be all the books that I'm having label around here and that I've read. This has not been all the books. So this is my confession. So it's not really all the books. There's some missing. There's two very big seminars. Once it's called visions, it's 1700 pages. The other one is, as someone about needs to show a twister, which is also, I think 1500 pages was not able yet to get into it. Incredibly expensive. If you want to get visions, it's €500 or something like that. It's crazy. And otherwise, basically, books with letters. I guess they're interesting. He has interesting pen pulse. But if you have this book with a collection of letters, I think you already covered most of them as they are ready printed them. The only thing that might be interesting is there's one book about the letters from Jung and fraud, and they were meant to be published only 50 years or later after his death because they were incredibly personal. He was really a close friend to Freud. He didn't want to get this out too early. So he said it can be published, but only long after I'm dead. So that nobody who's been involved and talked about is still alive or even their children. So this could still be an interesting book. But yeah, that would be it. This is a basis that I'm using for these events to talk about young and explain the concepts. All the stuff that I'm talking about in the events is there's a reference in all these books. It took me a very long time, took me over two and a half years, I think. To read through all of this by reading daily 20 pages, interesting journey, but a lot of material. I hope this was a little bit entertaining, even though it might sound a little dry to talk about all the books, but I think it gives a really good feeling about the topics that Jung talked about, and also I hope I could give you a recommendation where to start to get to know these topics better. This was this event's topic. Thanks for tuning in. Doing an event a discussion part follows after the presentation where all the attendees discuss the just present a topic or other jungian concepts. If you also want to join, find the group on meetup dot com. The name of the group is CG Jung help desk, also make sure to subscribe to the podcast on the platform of your choice. See you next time.
"1500 pages" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"I think I read it was it was an error and instructions given by the judge. Yeah, that's usually what it is either. Instructions by the judge or. The basically anything that the judge does, they're usually there's something there that they appeal it on. And that's usually how they get it both for defense. That's right. Both for defense and for prosecution to appeal and get a new trial order. So he gets to do trial. What happens? So he's actually convicted at the next trial. He's the same evidence, the same basically everything else, right? Yeah, I mean, they did bring forward a little more evidence. They went back and as you said, I mean, they re interviewed some people. They provided a little more evidence of police dogs sniffing those sort of things. Nothing that was earth shattering or we would say absolutely this is a smoking gun, but I guess it was enough to convict him at this time. Wow. And that was 1986. So he gets convicted in April of 1985. He's arrested January of 86. He was found not guilty. They appealed the overturn and known so he gets a new trial. And so he is in prison for quite a long time until 1995, right? That's right. And then in 95, obviously his lawyers, DNA was in its infancy at that point. But his lawyers were able to have the information from the crime scene tested and DNA profile was able to be created guy Paul obviously offered his DNA and it was not a match. So at that point he was acquitted and that's when the Kauffman report, the Kaufman investigation was begun into the wrongful conviction of guy Paul Moran in regards to this case. Talk about Kaufman. What is a Kaufman investigation or the Kaufman report? So he was a judge, so he was a justice appointed to look through the investigation and see how we were able to convict an innocent person of a crime of this sort. So he went through and he actually established a report of 1500 pages that outlined exactly the errors that were made by both Durham and York regional police. The interesting part at that point was that the case was actually brought down to Toronto at that point. And we were provided with some government money to develop a task force to continue the investigation in regards to the jessup homicide..
"1500 pages" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"Gave them little bits to look at him further and obviously there was a Kaufman report that came out on this 1500 pages on the investigation and basically it came down to at the time the police had tunnel vision. And that was the problem in this case. It's a fatal problem. You lock in on somebody, you get this cognitive bias going, and it's actually a lesson when I went through an investigative course, they actually used a quote from Joseph Stalin. They said, here's what you want to avoid. They said, in police work, it should be show me the crime and I'll find the man. Don't tell me, here's the man. Now go find the crime. You know? We always say to each other, you know, just follow the evidence. Don't lock in on someone and make the evidence fit what your theory is. Follow the evidence. The evidence will lead you to where you need to go. And that's how you have to do it, not the other way around. One of the other things I read was where the family was saying that they arrived home at four 10 p.m. and then in Moran's statement he's saying he arrived home at four 15, which he's saying I wasn't even there. There's no way I could admit it to crime. But through, I've assumed it was a tunnel vision, just like you said, the police kind of suggested to the family that you sure it was 14 or could it have been after four 15, you know? And it's this, you know, you tell a story long enough you actually start to believe it. One of those type things. Yeah, I mean, unfortunately, in this case, as I said, the investigators did do a number of very good things, but there were some things that you look back on. You kind of cringe, right? You're just like, it's always 2020. That's right. You're trying to make the evidence fit your. You know what offender? You know what it is too. It's a small town. I grew.
"1500 pages" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"B J West Tampa Reid Shepherd, our top story of five a client brief court appearance for the man accused of driving drunk and killing a Pinellas County deputy back in February. They shall say Robert holds a fell was being chased by deputies in the area of East Lake and Forelock Rhodes when he lost control of his vehicle and hit Michael Magli, who was in the median, deploying stop sticks, his attorney says. There's a huge amount of material to go through to prepare a defense we have received over the past few weeks. Close to 1500 pages of discovery. There are 150 witness love people on the On the state's witness list. Judges set a new hearing date of August 2nd Today May 17th is tax day boxes. GeneCo's Sola reports on what this year's extended deadline means arrest delayed the tax filing deadline by more than a month. This year, too, May 17th. It applies to individual returns and payments that are normally do on April 15th. But you should already have paid your estimated taxes. Because the deadline for those payments wasn't extended. Politicians and accountants urged the government to allow taxpayers more time to complete their returns. Taxpayers in Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma have already been granted a blanket extension because of this year's winter storms there. Returns aren't due until July, 15th Many coasts. Olga Fox knew a deputy with the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office has been fired after two separate investigations revealed inappropriate contact with women Sheriff's Office says A complaint was received from a woman last July regarding unwelcome texts from deputy Brian Overton during the death investigation of her father. Then in February, woman involved in a child abuse case allegedly received what she called unprofessional. Creepy and scary. Text messages from Overton Chair Bob Quality area called the Deputies conduct reprehensible. I'm Reid Shepherd NEWS Radio. W F L A Wall Street has some doubts about the decision by 18 T. To merge its media assets with Discovery, HBO, CNN, TBS and Warner Brothers movies will soon be under the same umbrella as food network, HD TV and lots of reality TV shows. Shares of both 18 T and Discovery finished in the Red Apple has started its defense in the antitrust fight with epic games. And among those expected to take the stand is Apple chief Tim Cook Epic rested its case after two weeks of testimony, it may not make sense to look for a job at a bank branch. A new Wells Fargo report says the banking industry could slash as many as 200,000 jobs in the coming decade. Thanks for turning to automation and digital services on Wall Street stocks pulled back to begin the trading week, The Dow fell 54 points less than 1/5 of a percent, the S and P dropped a quarter of a percent. The NASDAQ was down just over a third of a percent from Bloomberg. I'm Ana Rivera. For news radio. W F L A.
"1500 pages" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"I love a good book and a little of a good story, And I like to look good love story. I'll be honest with you. All right, lot of guys won't admit that, but I do. Like the good endings. I like the like All that stuff anyway. So we've got with us a husband, wife writing team. From Gainesville, and they're celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary but also celebrating the release of your first novel together, so I'd like to bring on this morning, Carlin. Right, Jennifer, right? The rights who are writing so wow, that worked out how you guys doing today? Doing this? Fine. Are you guys built? We're doing fine, too. Doing fine. First question out of the chute is now now. You had a career as an engineer. You're an inventor, a patented inventor at that. And your wife, 30 Year. Career and inventory control. How did you guys decide to come about writing this book? Or had you done writing prior to this? Well, we were actually going on vacation one time writing somewhere there. And I just for some reason I asked her if she had an idea for a book. You keep that? Well, a matter of fact, I don't And she's telling their story, and she said she'd been carrying that I'm here around in her hand for 20 years now. And I thought about it, and I was like, you know, Would you mind if I tried riding that? And she said no, By all means. Because you know what it's hard to admit. But writing isn't easy. It's kind of difficult. No, it's hard. It really is special to make it where somebody else is gonna read it. Exactly. So we just worked on the story from about 4 to 5 Months and I would. I would wake up like a threat clock in the morning and I had these ideas just tumbling through my mind and I'd get up and I'd ride. And then she would get up, You know for work, and you know, six o'clock and I would be sitting there riding and reading one of rope and she would read it, And that's the process that we use for about floor for five months to get through. Our first book brought Morts offer. To begin but one it's fantastic. All right, Jennifer, you carry this idea around a long time since you brought it to the stage to be developed. Give us a thumbnail sketch of the plot. What? What? What is this about? Well, it's about four young adults who are incredible, Kentucky And they go on what they think is a really big adventure to Paducah. Unfortunately, one of them dies on their way back home. And, uh, Mother's sacrifice. And true love. And Perseverance. Sorry. It's a really good book. If if the authors get choked up over, you know, it's got to be a really good book. That's for sure. So how do you Out of the clear blue, though you just said Hey, do you have a dad? If you've been wanting to write something, Carlin had you? Is that what promise you'd ask her? The questions? I asked my wife. Do you have an idea for a book? She gives me three titles. Books. I should look up and read. Hey, doesn't quite go with that same direction. Yeah, well, I've had a very adventurous life. I'm a I'm a record holding pilot. I've been a pilot for about 1999. And so I've got a lot of it. World experience and talkto. Unbelievable amount of people and doing those events and being an inventor. And you know, I've been on television with my inventions many times. So I kind of had the background for, you know, putting a story on paper? But I was never able to coalesce those ideas into something that I could write. But the white, she explained, her story was. I mean, it is really a simple basic story. But the idea is that love transcends Each of us it carries on through the generations. It's not just us. True. Very true. And speaking of carrying on this is Throckmorton offer. But this is apparently just the first of of the books in the seriously. You're looking at a trilogy here. Yes, sir. We have Ah Wei have one was released February the first Throckmorton offer. And then the second book in the series is due to release in the fall of this year. It's Throckmorton do but two and the third book is Brought morts gift. And it's most three and it Yeah. The time span is from 18 80 until 27 before. When everything is finally explained, and miracles had that happened. Ban the the advance that take place in the first book. They must take place. So that our future our descendants can do what they have to do now s O Jennifer, Did you see it being this? An epic a sweep when you first told him the story in the car. I did not. I thought it was gonna be one book, and that would be it. And when he started to write And then we thought, well, we could go here with this, and we could go there with that. And what if this happens, and before we knew it, it had to be three books or it would be a 1500. Page one. No. One. No one has time for that. Yeah, that's wow. That's that's surely an epic. That's that's like a Clancy novel or something like that just goes on and on. But here's here's the thing. Are you pleased with how he's treated your story? Very you know, after 25 years of marriage, I did not think this man could surprise me anymore than he already in it and then to find out that he could write. As well as everything else that he conduce you. I was surprised I was touched. He took my story to places I didn't think it could go. I'm honored that he wrote it for me. That's what keeps it interesting, isn't it? We continue to learn things about our spouses over the years have been married for 34 years now going on 35. Still, every day, it seems like there's something else about her that I that I can't answer and I have to find out solve the mystery. Exactly. Congratulations. That's a That's a good time to be married. It's been a great time looking forward to at least that many more. I'm in it for the long haul. I think this is gonna work. Actually, I think don't you think you might be onto something all right Before I let you go, though, I gotta I gotta shine the light back on you, Carla because you are a padded inventor in the invention that you did with the radio controlled boat. What's the story Because it's not just an RC boat per se. This is quite the ability because about voter so this gives the ability for folks who maybe not be able to do this. It kind of kind of shed some light on that. Yeah, Back in the early 19 nineties, I came up with the idea of catching fish with remote control boats are radio controlled boats. And I had had a friend that I went to school with. That was he was a paraplegic. And he and I were just joking around one day and we were back in those times. Ready. Open troll wasn't even close to advances. It is now and it was more of a challenge and You know, I just had them. I said morning. What do you think about it? If I read this boat here and you take it out and go fishing, and he was just like a stunt has found it is like that would be amazing..
"1500 pages" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Recent years have reference to replacement theory by name. It's widely popular among right wing extremists. It's linked to ideas that are many decades old. One attack in Europe showed how those ideas can be weaponized Anders Breivik's terrorism attack in Oslo and Utoya Island, Norway in 2011. Private killed 77 people in a bombing and mass shooting. Before the attack, he sent out of 1500 page manifesto about how he planned to lead white supremacists on a crusade against the quote Islam ification of Europe. Around the same time, a French writer named Renault Camus refined and popularized the ideology in a book, The title translates to the Great replacement. And the Great replacement. Essentially is this idea that brown people, particularly refugees and immigrants from Arab countries in Europe, are being deliberately brought into the country in order to Replace quite people as the chief demographic and the conspiracy theory claims all this is orchestrated by a cab, all of nefarious globalists. That's code for Jews. You will not replace us. In August, 2017 white supremacists in the US took up this concept as a rallying cry at the unite the right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia..
"1500 pages" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Your singing part Sling a gin Rickey. It's enough to drive you to distraction. Not to mention that the disease is these things carry from dis entreat the typhoid, cholera and background the loop again and once the mosquito population was down. Flies seemed to breed up to fill the gap. Borneo wouldn't be Borneo without something damned insect, black and in the air. Of course, this was before our people have dragged down the problem with the caterpillars and the wasps in or latte. And so we figured we had a big success with the mosquitoes. Why not a serious the ground sweeps about a fogger in the back of a Suzuki brat? Sam ties the huts. Not to mention the open sewers, which has, you know, are nothing but breeding grounds for flies and chiggers and biting insects of every sort. At least it wasn't error of commission rather than omission. H A. T least We were trying. I watched the flies go down myself. One day they were so thick in the trailer. I couldn't even find my paperwork, let alone attempt to get through it. And the next they were collecting on the windows bumbling around like they were drunk. A day later, they were gone just like that, from a million flies in the trailer to none. Well, no one could have foreseen that Senator get goes eight. The flies. Yes. You're all familiar with get goes. I assume gentlemen, thieves these air the lizard you see during your trips to Hawaii, very colorful, patrolling the houses for Roaches flies on almost like pets. But of course, the wild animals never lose sight of that. And just about his own cemetery is anything I can think of. So maybe flies. Yes. Well, don't forget, sir, We're viewing this with 2020 hindsight, but at the time no one gave a thought to get goes or what they ate. They were just another fact of life in the tropics. Mosquitoes, lizards, scorpions, leeches, You name it. They've got it when the flies began piling up in the windows like drift. Naturally, the get goes, feasted on him stuffing themselves to. They looked like sausages crawling up the walls. Where before they move so fast, you could never be sure you'd seen them. Now they wobbled across the floor laid around the corners clung to the air bands like magnets. No one paid much attention to until they started turning belly up in the streets. Leave me. We confirmed a lot of things there about the build up of these products. As you move up the food chain in the efficacy or lack there. L'd of certain methods. No doubt about that. The cats Well, they see that's that's where I got sticky, real really sticky. See, nobody really lost any sleep over a pile of dead lizards. But though we did the tests routinely and test confirmed that what we expected that is the product had concentrated in the gecko's because of the sheer number of contaminated flies. Consumed. But lizards are one thing and cancer. Another. These people really have an affection for their cats. No house, no hot no matter how perimeter is, without least a couple of them mangy looking things too long legged. Scrawny, Maybe not at all the sort of animals you see here, But there it was. They love their cats. Because cats were functional. You understand? Without them, the place would have been swimming with rodents inside a week. Here. Right there, Senator. Yes, that's exactly what happened. You see, Bad cats had a field day with these feeble gecko's. You can imagine, if any of you ever owned a cat that kind of joy. These animals must have experience to see their nemesis, this ultra cook lizard that's barely creeping across the floor like a bug. Well, Make a long story short, the cats ate every dead and dying gecko in the country from snout to tail. And then the cats began to die. Which, to my mind would have been no great loss if it wasn't for the rats. Suddenly there were rats everywhere. You couldn't drive down the street without running over a half a dozen of them in time, they fouled the grain supplies. Fell in the wells and died bit infinite. NSA's They slept in their cradles. That wasn't the words, not by a long shot. I know things really went down the tube after that, Within a month, we were getting scattered reports of bubonic plague and of course, we track them all down and make sure that people got around of the treatment with antibiotics. But still we lost a few and Rats kept coming. It was my plan. Yes, I was brainstorming one night rats governing all over the trailer like something out of a cheap horror film The Villagers in a panic over the threat of the plague and the stream of nonstop hysterical reports from the interior. Well, people were turning black swelling up bursting that sort of thing. Well, as I say, I came up with a plan. Stopgap, not perfect, not cheap. But at this juncture, I'm sure you'll agree. Something had to be implemented. We wound up going as far as Australia for some of the Kant's cleaning out the S P C. A facilities And what have you Though we rounded most of mop in Indonesia in Singapore, approximately 14,000 in all. And yes, it cost us cost us upfront purchase money and aircraft fuel and pilots over time and all the rest of it, But We really felt there was no alternative. It was like all nature had turned against us. And yet still all things considered. We made a lot of friends for the USA the day we dropped those cats. Oh, you should have seen him, gentlemen. Little parachutes and harnesses. We tricked up 14,000 of them Cats and every color of the rainbow cats with one ear. No years after tail, three legged cats, Catholic Coulda taken pride of show in Springfield, Massachusetts, and all of them twirl and down out of the sky like a great big, oversized snowflakes. It was something it was really something. Of course, you all seen the reports that there were other factors We hadn't counted on the adverse conditions and the Patties and the many other fields. We don't know this day what predatory species were inadvertently killed off by the initial springs. It's Just a mystery have but the weevils and whatnot took a pretty heavy toll on the crops that year, and by the time we dropped the cats well, the people were pretty hungry, and I suppose it was inevitable that we lost a good Course, shouldn't right Then there. We've gotta care program going on there now and something hit the rat population. We still don't know what a virus. We think the gecko's. They tell me you're making a comeback. So What I'm saying is It could be worse to every cloud a silver lining. Wouldn't you agree, gentlemen? It means everything to me. You must have collected stories totaling over 1500 pages. It's my job. I don't like the verse seriously on. I've been fortunate in life to.
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"Attorney of County Law. Karen Conti. How you doing, Karen? Happy New Year. Bob. Can we still say it on the sixth? I guess so. All the way to ground hog day. That's my rule. Yeah, well, I got a lot going on and let's get right to it. First, the Kenosha story and from what I saw of the press conference yesterday. About Jacob Blake. It all sort of centered on the knife, didn't it? It did two things. I think the knife and also the fact that it was a domestic violence call, and I think he was stressing that this call is called. That's very dangerous. Two police officers, I think is that police officers will tell you that those are the worst calls because they're very emotional. They're irrational, and they're so charged that they're very dangerous, and he made a big point to talk about that. But yes, this was not an unarmed man in and listen, Bob. I want to start out by saying that I when I saw that video at first I was just appalled, and I thought these police officers have to be prosecuted and convicted. But with you your toe watch that press conference. You saw that there were there was evidence that we didn't know about. He was armed. This was not an unarmed man. Jacob Blake himself said that he had a knife. And he was wrestled to the ground. He got up, resisted arrest. He was tased three times. Um, and when he was going into the car, he swiveled around, and that's when the police officers had the belief that he was about to stab them. And this was corroborated by matches the two police officers, but two other witnesses. So if you really look at the facts here, this would have been a very difficult case to prosecute and win. What role did public opinion playing all this? Do you think I think it shined the light on it? And I think it caused the prosecutor to do an amazing job. I mean, if you look at the number of pages 1500 page report he brought in the special African American Police officer to kind of do it his own analysis because you wanted to make sure racial bias was not part of it. They got all kinds of experts to re create different things and how they put a lot of effort of a lot of time into it. And I think that despite the public opinion that this was a crime, um They came out the other way, and I think just from what I see, and from what I can tell that probably the right decision. It's kind of a cautionary tale to when we see all these videos not to jump to conclusions. That's right. And, you know, you gotta think about the surrounding circumstances. I mean, there was a warrant out he had a sexual assault in the domestic violence is a domestic violence call the Jacob Lake took a little boy and put him in the back seat of the car. And he was ready to flee. And what would have happened if that car would have crashed here? He took the child hostage, and he had a nice and he was acting irrationally. I mean, these are the things that police officer's face every single day. And I have to say this is not an easy job to do. And the I guess the lesson is I don't like this outcome, but please do not resist arrest. There's still a civil suit Pending, isn't there? They're I believe there is a civil suit pending. If if not Bob, there will be very shortly. And my guess is that it's possible that he could win a civil suit because the burden of proof is less rigorous than in the criminal case. But my guess is that the city is going to settle this matter to calm everything down and make this make this all go away. Um, that's my prediction. Let's talk about what's going on in Chicago, with the teachers refusing to return to work and they be fired. They can. Um The union is a strong union as we know, And there have been some filings in the labor board to say that the conditions are not safe to allow the teachers to return. And those have not worked themselves through that labor board process yet, But normally speaking, you know, there has to be a reason that looks like about I think half of the teachers what did go back And could they be fired? Yes, they could be fired. But will they be fired? Probably not. I mean, that's thousands of people and these are teachers that we need. So my guest is what's going to happen is some sort of resolution either by agreement or by the Labor board ruling, and that agreement might entail additional safety measures that have not been put in place. The questions that come up about this one who makes the decision about whether it's safe for anyone to return to work. And then what if you tell your boss you wanna work from home? It's not safe in the workplace. What do your rights Well, don't use the Chicago school teachers situation on your own situation, because most people who are not in unions don't have the right to object to going back to work. Yeah, but I hear this all the time Bob and talked about it on on your show. Ah, lot of people are saying I don't feel comfortable. My boss doesn't make everyone wear masks. The boss doesn't got socially distance us. But if you choose not to go back to work, and in a protest on that you could be fired..
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"Going to join us this morning at 7:45 A.m., eastern Alabama, has had three Heisman winners in its history, and they've all come in the last dozen years. The latest Vontae Smith afterwards with our Heisman host Chris Fowler. It's just It's just unbelievable. Just coming from a small place like that, Um, you just really have to work day in and day out and just believe in yourself. And if don't nobody else believe you. You just have to believe in yourself and just prove everybody wrong. We will see if Devante and Alabama will take the field against Ohio State Monday. We're hoping that's when the national championship game will be played right now. A little bit of a position to about break with the coronavirus for the Buckeyes again, Desmond Howard on the way. At 7:45 A.m. Eastern and Kenosha, Wisconsin County District attorney Michael Gravely announced Tuesday that no charges will be filed against Rustin Chesky, the 31 year old Kenosha police officer in the shooting of Jacob Blake back on August 23rd The officer had been on administrative leave pending an investigation from the Wisconsin Department of Justice. Blake was shot seven times in the back. He is paralyzed gravely, and his report yesterday said that Blake was armed with a knife. However, his family has said that is not true. And that has been mischaracterized. You may recall when this happened. MBA players walked out of the bubble, the WN BA walked out, baseball walked out there was protest everywhere, led by LeBron James on the news that no charges will be filed. Here's LeBron James upon hearing that Blows to our community once again on dweeb in here. We've been here before. It sucks. You know, we feel sorry for his family and for that community itself. We just want we want better. We want better and over there, we can get that. And LeBron speaking there, I will mention key. There still is. A federal civil rights investigation that is going on as well to the U. S government is taking a look at the case. But right now on the state level, no charges filed it, Z. It's wild is what I could say. Um You know you You hear so many different things and Whether he had a knife or whether he didn't have a knife or or He said he had one and he said he didn't have one, The family said. That's not true. You hear all these different things. So you don't really know what the truth is. The only thing I could go off of is what I saw in my eyes. Right? I don't think I saw him. Isa is a guy. Coming around the front of a car trying to get toward the front of his car. In the next thing, you know he's being shot and gun down. That's on Lee thing I could see. Um, you know, so many incidents like this has happened over time that In general communities. Us in general is black. Latinos, Black and Brown. Even to a degree white. We just wanted to stop, man. That's well, that's all we ask him for it. We not. Is it like really hard to understand where we're coming from. I mean, isn't that difficult? Is it really that difficult to just see What we're saying. And I guess people, you know, some people don't want to hear. They rather not here. They wanted to go away and they wanted to disappear. They want to put the blanket over their eyes and hope that it goes away, but it's not gonna go away. We continue to keep seeing this and we continue to keep wrestling with it. Every single time these things come up, and it's about time for it to just stop. Like Syria's like this is tiring man to continue to just keep talking about this over and over and over and the only reason why we keep talking about because it keeps happening. It keeps happening with things keep happening. You got to talk about it. Yeah. It is tiring key. And we'll continue to talk about because we are both African American men who on our text right last night. You know, we didn't play sports were no different. We went on TV, We know different Both of us got pulled over multiple times that it not only continues to destroy the trust between the community and police officers, but further erodes the faith that you want to have in the Justice Department. That's the part that's painful about it is there's actual seven times in the back seven times man shot seven times reports about him disclosing that there was a knife. Was found, regardless for knife or if you're coming at somebody, please, to be properly trained to handle somebody in that situation, and it shouldn't be seven times and I don't want to hear people try to use reports about Hey, well, he had these kind of charges against him and But that doesn't want somebody taking your life or paralyzing you for life. Getting shot seven times just LeBron speaking about it. No. We have a situation that happened in the bubble with the Milwaukee Bucks and then stepping up that lead to essentially postponement of games for a couple days. MLB players speaking up about it, and it just feels like all that was done. You have an outcome that doesn't warrant justice, and we will continue to use our platform to continue to talk about it because it's important. We need to continue to bring awareness to it. No question about it. And you mentioned if the time how many times he was shot in the back. Seven times. I mean, you know a knife. It's not a gun. Yeah, I certainly don't think that based on the footage that my eyes saw You look like that he was getting ready to attack. Police officers with his back turned. That's just what I saw A miser and it's so much like you said, Zoom in there. Still, some federal investigations that's going on and Maybe they'll get it. Don't get it, Get it right and figure out what to do. We should also mention just again for the district attorney Mike gravely. He essentially said there was 40 hours of investigation 200 reports that were filed 1500 pages. Documents so they are putting for their due diligence, putting forth all of those numbers on how extensively they investigated before making this decision. Let's hear from Wesley Matthews. He now plays for the Lakers. But last year you may recall in the bubble. He was a member of the Milwaukee Bucks. J reference. This this happening just a short drive away from Milwaukee. With the Bucks leading the walk out along with the Raptors, You may remember that back in the summer, here's West Matthews now Lakers forward former Bucks forward On his thoughts upon hearing the news. It's upsetting as a Wisconsinite. It's upsetting as a human being. That, uh Justice and injustice and It's Zaf. But you can't Can you can knock us off that we're trying to get to which is Quality..