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Electric Chair or Firing Squad? New Law Makes Inmates Pick

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 hrs ago

Electric Chair or Firing Squad? New Law Makes Inmates Pick

"Death row inmates in South Carolina will be facing some new decisions. Republican South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster has quietly signed to the law measure that forces death row inmates to choose between the electric chair or a newly formed firing squad. McMaster wants to resume executions after a 10 year pause. Lawyers for death row inmates say they may take legal action to stop executions under the new law that CBS's Jim Chris Sula, like several other states, South Carolina had to suspend executions because of a lack of lethal injection drugs. Mississippi, Oklahoma and Utah are the other states that allow execution by firing

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Blinken Asks Israel for 'Justification' for Strike on Media Building

AP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 4 hrs ago

Blinken Asks Israel for 'Justification' for Strike on Media Building

"Away. Israel unleashed heavy airstrikes on the Gaza Strip early this morning, destroying militant tunnels, it says, and the homes of nine Hamas commanders as international diplomats work to end the week of fighting that has killed hundreds of people. Secretary of State Tony Blinken says he has not seen any Israeli evidence of Hamas operating in a Gaza office building hit by an air strike over the weekend. Secretary. Blinken says he has asked Israel for justification for the strike. Israel destroyed a building housing this organization, The Associated Press and other media and claimed that Hamas used the building for a military intelligence office. This is Secretary Blinken, speaking to reporters this morning. Think is, you know, I had the opportunity over the weekend before before leaving to speak to the president and CEO of the Gary Pruitt. We had what I thought was a

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Blinken Asks Israel to Provide 'Justification' for Strike on Media Building

AP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 5 hrs ago

Blinken Asks Israel to Provide 'Justification' for Strike on Media Building

Most Republican Voters Are Not Worried About Cheney's Removal

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 6 hrs ago

Most Republican Voters Are Not Worried About Cheney's Removal

"The Republican Party that led to Congresswoman Liz Cheney, being voted out of her House leadership Post last week is not worrying GOP voters. 80% of Republicans who had heard about the House vote tell a CBS News poll that they do agree with Cheney's removal. They agree that she was off message on supportive of president and Trump former president Trump and wrong about the 2020 presidential election. Survey of nearly 1000 Republicans was conducted by YouGov last Wednesday through Friday. It has a margin of error of 3.5% points. Ah, former

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Israeli Airstrikes Kill 42 and Topple Buildings in Gaza City

AP 24 Hour News

01:26 min | 10 hrs ago

Israeli Airstrikes Kill 42 and Topple Buildings in Gaza City

Baby Aspirin Is Enough to Protect the Heart, Study Finds

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 11 hrs ago

Baby Aspirin Is Enough to Protect the Heart, Study Finds

"Well, it appears baby aspirin is enough to protect the heart. Study in the New England Journal of Medicine found that taking low dose or so called baby aspirin for people who have already had a heart attack, stroke or bypass surgery works just as well as a regular 325 mg dose in preventing and other cardiovascular event. However, in this study, the participants were allowed to choose which does they wanted to take more people chose the low dose option, so the results were skewed, The American College of Cardiology says. One clear result is that most patients prefer the smaller dose, and they were more likely to stick

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Israeli Warplanes Stage More Heavy Strikes Across Gaza City

Sunday Standards

00:33 sec | 17 hrs ago

Israeli Warplanes Stage More Heavy Strikes Across Gaza City

"Israeli warplanes continued heavy air strikes in Gaza City, hours after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signaled the fourth war with Gaza's Hamas rulers would rage on Attack was heavier on a wider area and lasted longer than a serious of air raids 24 hours earlier in which 42 Palestinians were killed. The strike early Sunday was the deadly a single attack and the latest round of violence between Israel and the Hamas militant group that rules Gaza. Hamas also pressed on launching rockets from civilian areas in Gaza. Toward civilian areas in Israel.

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Fighting Intensifies Between Israel and Hamas

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:22 min | 1 d ago

Fighting Intensifies Between Israel and Hamas

"And Hamas militants in Gaza intensified further today when Israel leveled a 12 story building that housed several media outlets, among them The Associated Press and Al Jazira. Israel gave a now hours notice before launching the Rockets that turned the high rise into rubble and the people in the building were evacuated. CBS NEWS correspondent MTs T. AP reports Israel is under increasing pressure to agree to a cease fire. We do know that Hamas said to Israel Hey, we're ready for a ceasefire in Israel said No. In fact, we spoke to Mark Regev, who's a senior adviser for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, just yesterday, and he said that's a ceasefire wasn't on the cards. But with this international pressure growing, we have a number of Arab countries really pushing for this. We have a number of European countries pushing this for this. Now the kind of concern we're hearing from Washington. There could be some sort of what's described here is the cessation of hostility, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said. On social media. We have communicated directly to the Israelis that ensuring the safety and security of journalists and independent media is a paramount responsibility. The Israeli military claims it targeted the building because Hamas intelligence agencies were using the media offices as human shields. Gas supplies. They're starting to

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Joel Greenberg, Former Matt Gaetz Confidant, Pleads Guilty

AP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Joel Greenberg, Former Matt Gaetz Confidant, Pleads Guilty

Walmart Drops Mask Mandate Following New CDC Guidelines

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00:46 sec | 2 d ago

Walmart Drops Mask Mandate Following New CDC Guidelines

"Doing now that the CDC is issued new guidelines for the fully vaccinated, the world's largest retailer, says it's allowing vaccinated shoppers and workers to go massless in its stores. This is what community looks like. WalMart announced its new policy yesterday following the CDC easing of mass guidelines on Thursday. Vaccinated workers can stop wearing masks on Tuesday. They'll get $75 if they can prove they got the vaccine as an incentive vaccinated shoppers can immediately stop wearing masks. WalMart says they'll be held to an honor system but won't be asked their vaccine status, state or local laws will still supersede the policy if they require masks. Wendy Gillette CBS News in just a

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Israel Destroys AP Office, Hamas Operatives in Gaza Building

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Israel Destroys AP Office, Hamas Operatives in Gaza Building

"In Israeli airstrike destroyed a high rise building where the Associated Press head offices in the Gaza Strip. The building housed the AP Al Jazeera in a number of offices and apartments. AP President and CEO Gary Pruitt calls the airstrike in incredibly disturbing development, He says the news organization is shocked and horrified. The Israeli military will target and destroy the building housing, a piece bureau and other news organizations in Gaza. He says. The military new journalists were there the game he did receive a warning that the building would be hit. Doesn't AP Journalists and freelancers were inside, but we were able to evacuate in time, Pruitt says. The world will know no less about what's happening in Gaza because of the air

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 Joe Biden’s Private Venmo Account Discovered in ‘Less Than 10 Minutes’

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 d ago

Joe Biden’s Private Venmo Account Discovered in ‘Less Than 10 Minutes’

"Buzzfeed news is reporting it located President Biden's private Venmo account and that it only took 10 minutes to do so. It's reporters began the search after seeing a New York Times article about the president, sending his grandchildren money by way of the money sharing APP. Although the president's transactions were not publicly available, his friends were To reaching out to the White House for comment. Buzzfeed says Mr Biden's alleged Venmo account was wiped of any friends. Then most says the safety and privacy of its users and their information is always a top

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With ‘The Underground Railroad,’ Barry Jenkins looks squarely at Black trauma

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

With ‘The Underground Railroad,’ Barry Jenkins looks squarely at Black trauma

"Underground railroad was a network of abolitionists routes to free slaves. But what if it was an actual railroad with a train chugging toward freedom? That's the premise of Colson Whitehead's Pulitzer Prize winning novel, now adapted by Barry Jenkins into a 10 episode miniseries. This isn't a straightforward, inspirational narrative like Harriet. This combines the brutality of roots with the social commentary of watchman and a hint of magical realism like the Polaroids. Press to some ADO is empathetic as the lead Joe Edger tennis sinister as the villain, slave catcher and child star chased Dillon is his precocious psychic. I still have eight episodes to go. But judging by the first two were in for a powerful train ride by a master conductor. I'm Toby Toby film critic Jason Fraley, giving the underground railroad for five stars. So far, dolphin

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U.S. Retail Sales Pause, Record Savings Seen Supporting Spending

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 2 d ago

U.S. Retail Sales Pause, Record Savings Seen Supporting Spending

"Latest round of stimulus checks burn. The hole in our wall. It's spurring and almost 11% jump in retail spending in March, and that lasted all the way through April, We bought cars spent in restaurants and bars. But April's numbers were flat because we also cut spending on clothing furniture, as well as an online and big box stores the total value of retail sales last month Oh did hit a record.

Tornadoes Kill Seven People, Injure More Than 200 Others in China

AP 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 2 d ago

Tornadoes Kill Seven People, Injure More Than 200 Others in China

"At least seven people are dead. Some 230 others hurt and a pair of tornadoes in China. Six of the dead are in Wuhan, where a tornado brought down a number of trees and toppled construction sheds a twister in another province killed

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Suspect in Yale Student's Killing Arrested After 3-Month Manhunt

AP 24 Hour News

00:07 sec | 2 d ago

Suspect in Yale Student's Killing Arrested After 3-Month Manhunt

"Work. U. S marshals say a fugitive wanted in the killing of a Yale graduate student in Connecticut in February. Has been arrested

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House GOP Votes Representative Elise Stefanik Into Leadership

AP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 3 d ago

House GOP Votes Representative Elise Stefanik Into Leadership

"Lawmakers in the House have elected New York Congresswoman Elise Stefanik to the number three GOP leadership post after booting Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney. I want to congratulate at least the phonic and welcome Welcome her to the leadership team. Cheney has been critical of former president Trump. How are

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North Carolina Student Made to Cut Hair During Softball Game

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 3 d ago

North Carolina Student Made to Cut Hair During Softball Game

"24 hour" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

03:38 min | Last month

"24 hour" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

"Get everybody welcome to the try to come type. Podcast having a special day it's fraud. That's pretty good well. It doesn't really matter from holiday on wednesday so it's been a very short wakes me. The cities fraud has a pretty good way. Tried to I've had to try to good profit lockton from yesterday. One other from still has risk on the table. It's in prophet. But it hasn't hit i target. I had a loss this morning on an op patriot. And i took another excel pay. Tried a sixty minute which is currently in providence again. Not yet at one to one side l. At all i've got a sites been a pretty good wake Some good tries as doubt about that. yes really really acceptable conditions Made me money pretty. So how'd y'all like a hug your way who's right and a hug. You know what it is. You're looking at the there's been hate sloppy charity out. There on the purpose are plenty plenty of opportunity. And we've seen the alz sort of step out a little bit more. We've seen all formal momentum carried that we say across much of the biggest plays like bitcoin or theory for example. I mean you know yesterday Say today post out there on twitter and on. Facebook the crypto community. Just just hard to get people to understand way. We're at right now at bitcoin. Of course it's it's filed a breakthrough sixty thousand a few times now and her paper. Talk about a pullback on this very little actually going on with bitcoin over the last couple of weeks i mean. Let's be honest in sort of stock for twain. What's that like fifty five full and sixty thousand borlase for it for quite some time. And the way. I sorta described this him. Adad says well. Bitcoin is going much. Well i like just gotta white you gotta let you time. And the wildest Published yesterday was that do three hundred squats with thirty kilogram kettlebells. Then you probably not going to be out during the main one run. You're going to need today. A breakthrough took a bright to some take a break. You mark do a lot of the heavy lifting up front you get three fifty site but you are going to need a break at some point. It's going to take time now. That's the same as the market. The market needs to take a breath. It needs to take time to build to to get that momentum to get that rest in it to the one breaks when a guy who goes well. Let's be honest. The next breakout three sixty when we hit all time highs. We're all on one number. Two hundred thousand and i get to one hundred thousand. Bitcoin is to a little bit arrest. Give it some time to breathe and let it to its thing because if it doesn't breath will try to conditions can become much more difficult and the reason full. This is the if it just goes up in a straight line time you get attracts. You won't get charities to into detroit's a second to that is if you're in a position at going well while it can be difficult. Sometimes when there's a lack of simplicity to no way saif spot to move you stop side so so much prefer a market. That takes a little bit more time that the bills into something because when we get this break i wanna say guy to one hundred i throw hundred. But it's going to take a little bit of time before he built into that position so tight utah market take some patients individuals out there. Listening to this and We'll be right it's coming. Don't you worry about that. It's coming as far as concerned..

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"24 hour" Discussed on Cheap Heat

Cheap Heat

02:40 min | 3 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on Cheap Heat

"And black and black and i'm black and i'm black y'all and not black black black black black black because let let on flat and the black flag and i'm not all right. We'll s you g. It's time for the shad gaspard post royal rumble black power. I mean i hate to. I hate to repeat myself. But i'm going to do the same thing i did last week. This one belongs all to bianca. Bella because like you guys said she was by far and away the star of the royal rumble not just amongst black talent but really amongst everybody. She made history too by the way being a second black person to win royal rumble. Nwa three it's it's now just heard the rock so you say that her and ripley's the new rock and austin is is very apropos right now it's very different but i yeah so but belly like you just bring together. Everything from that. Chronicle all momentum to chicago went into her call her shot and then when it and seen how everybody felt about that win how proud they were of per and we all are. There's nobody else to kostanic said this week or last week. Bianca belly no she. She's at one hundred percent She's a star very excited for Shouts to be acapella. We're going to go cast by the way to I should. I'm gonna see if i can make that happen All right everyone will come back with a nice full length. Next week Full length episode Rosenberg gmail.com also want to give a big shout out to greg hamilton. Who really crushed it with his peter. Roses oh i got props greg hamilton. That was awesome. Let me say that. The royal rumble wheat. We asked for and the royal rumble. Weekend gave us something he did. You know what you're we got some things. We got a couple of something. They gave us something. There was something there was something art. Everyone stay major. Enjoy yourself champion to its professional wrestling played. This is the evening at in the thick.

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"24 hour" Discussed on Cheap Heat

Cheap Heat

02:33 min | 3 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on Cheap Heat

"I oscar person. Listen i just wanna see something fun with the you know. And by the way i feel so good about my original thoughts about rhea ripley potentially going to be the goat. She's so good she's made. She's made she. She looked at and and it felt refreshing to see her even though it even though it hasn't been that long. I was wondering if they were going to put her in the rumble. But i you know frankly. I thought she could have won it. If it wasn't. I wouldn't have been surprised if they if they gave rea- so no i wouldn't have been surprised. I listen there's a chance that ria and bianca could i could really be the women's division rock and austin they could really be like they go back and forth for five years like sasha and bailey are amazing and they'll have their place but ria and bianca when it comes to the athleticism. They're both on a different level stratosphere altogether more than charlotte i think charlotte is a better legitimate. Like probably if you went and played football and or basketball or everything. Charlotte's probably the better athlete than beyond the best of the three. But but really to me looks less like charlotte looks more like a traditional athlete. Real looks like this athletic batteries. It's common attraction she. She is damage. Look at her. You have to stay right at her. So we'll see roman Sorry goldberg of drew. I don't even need to listen to hear dip talk about it. He'll have nothing nice to settle the drew one the best the best match of the night. No no i thought. Was it fine though. Yeah it was fine but it was. It was well done. I mean it wasn't expected to take it but it was really well done. Because i mean you can't give goldberg fifteen minutes fifteen twenty minutes. It was exact they both look strong And they did exactly what they want to do the championship. they may drew. Look strong out of it all right. Well listen this is. This is not an absolutely full recap as she black power rankings.

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"24 hour" Discussed on Cheap Heat

Cheap Heat

07:16 min | 3 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on Cheap Heat

"I said well i've had something spoiled for me. And he says please don't tell me. And how funny is it. That the number one thing i would have popped for that. I've been calling on this podcast for dan. Beer decade for is is carlito. And i find out by walking into the locker remedies just sitting there and i was like carlito. How long did you say what do you wanna pop. I told him. I said i said you after we got to talk to you. I've never really hung out with him before but he was in my locker room so we hung out for a long all day. So i just need you to know you are the you are the spot. I would've freaked out for. I was like i've been waiting for. I spit in the face. I told him how the best there are two things. Yeah greg that he's a great guy. There are two things that were the highlights of the day. One i'll go into more details on down the line. But i'll i'll give an indication and it was getting pointers getting pointers on how to handle the task at hand from randy orton. That to me was. I was like asking advice to randy. Orton is like i mean picasso. Throw me throw me a brush. It tell me what you do. Yeah yeah i mean. I i like. He's like one day no matter how we feel about this era no matter what randy when it comes to just naturally being what he is one of the greatest ever and and that was just like a credible and then i had a conversation with carlito at his royal rumble return about whether or not. He should use the apple. I was like i was like i. Gotta you gotta use the apple. Now i wouldn't eat some obvious. Cancel people. you can't spit in the face. I think you can't spend this. You can't. I wanted him to spit in the face. Yeah i know i understand. If league spot was the night that carlito was going to spit in your face but anyway a thousand browbeaten now by the way. Did you guys hear this thing. I heard when carlito came out. I was watching at that point and when carlito came out all i could hear. Was vince mcmahon. Going daddy looks great. No i noticed that he only he only rubbed oil on his absence. Not the rest of his body so the apps were shiny and the rest of his body. Yeah stat to. Did you see that. The shiny of other chinese today but he does look but he he physically look i mean. Is there a reason. Okay so prediction. Do you think karl on tv next week or no. I don't think so. I think so. You think so. You re rhea ripley and damian. Priest are now officially on the roster. So that's that's that's a given that was in. Dc ripley on monday. I know we saw on sunday. No but they're i think they're both going to be on smackdown daimyo preschools on monday you have to show. He was okay. Yeah yep actually. I liked what they did with damian priests they. They used they. They brought him in with bad. Bunny it was a bad bunny. Ms damian priests came in and and i i mean i. I'd imagine there's a decent chance we see bad. Bunny and damian priest against ms morrison as the fund match at mania which that would be my smart use of Damian priest if you wanna stick him on the main roster just like is that of like oh he's a threat he super dangerous. He's trying to make him be like the the biggest thing ever. Just throw the bad bunnies a fun loving guy you know. Puerto rican and puerto rican just have handled by time. You know he's been on the main roster for weeks tonight. He can just do what they want him to do. After that we'll also at a. He gets the rub of being next bad money. Which is he bans monster star and then number two he gets to basically single handedly beat miz and morrison wrestlemainia. Potentially i think it's a good way to use damian. I have no issues with. I hope we see more carlito. The reason i'm not hopeful is because they used him in a tag. It just made me think like unless they somehow just make carlito and jeff. Hardy sort of nostalgia blaisdell his. I think they something. Carl carlito's on tv last night. You said that. I didn't i. I mean maybe. I didn't watch as much as i thought i fell asleep. Yeah carlito tagged with jeff hardy. Yes so. I don't know if that affects your opinion carlito carlito tagged with jeff hardy. His keep them around to like like you said he showed up last night instead of just being like a one off for the rumble. Because i mean let's let's be honest as much as they love colorado love having legends back. They don't love them enough to breathe at the rumble and then bring them the next day to do nothing in the future. Going into the roth wrestlemainia. That's like precious airtime for everybody. Is that it just well. I don't think though i don't you know they did this with. Mvp last year. And i don't know when they made the decision to keep him fulltime. But it was not immediately like i do think it's a bit of like a. Let's see how it goes and let's see what he's like to work with. Let's see where he's not often all right. It wasn't like immediately. He'll come back but it wasn't like all right. I'm gonna do rumble. i'm gonna do raw and then you'll never see me again. It's like he's a at least has a month of tv and different things in the company before they out fees better suited as an agent or just out of the company that gave him like a little victory lap. But i don't think it was just these last two appearances that we saw i hope so. No one hopes that to be money. They're going to pay him the they're going to pay probably better than it's begin. It's not listen. I'm sure carlito's willing to come back. It's a matter of if they decide. They wanna bring cargo back. I i would say the people lobbying for him to be a full time member. Roster is probably the produce industry in florida. What between that. And the former twenty four seven champion. What more need this is. The man hide ban should be back. But i think physically. It looks like he could still be good. How old car home. I know he was young and i didn't realize how young he was until they showed like the video package of him from his debut. And it's like a make a prediction. I'm going to say he's forty one. What were they what do they call them in the beginning carlito. Yes i the best. He has forty one gonna be forty. Two twenty verse of peter rosenberg at one thing. I noticed yesterday. That is true The former twenty four seven champion. The the i noticed yesterday they introduced him as from the caribbean that's mate i don't know i wonder why they went to that instead of from puerto rico. Do think they're trying to just. They were trying to tap back into caribbean. he always.

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"24 hour" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

05:41 min | 6 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on This American Life

"Go home with you. Mike my name's oscar bought them bought them drinker to three hundred dollars. Champagne okay successful. We don't even have to be. Hey watch and i'll be you by goal. Is this sure about yeah. I'm a. I'm ed which want to share about. He just wants to get some play. Is that what. You're saying oscar and i'll bet you if you follow us.

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"24 hour" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

08:31 min | 6 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on This American Life

"The restaurants front windows which kevin santa monica's catholic church. A huge building sits k. Frank known to her friends is katy keene. Seventy five years old dressed in a nice outfit matching scarf. She's here because whenever longtime neighbors another golden apple customer is laid out dead and the funeral home right across the street. She eat then pay our respects. She tells me that she's lived her whole life. Within walking distance of this very spot i was born and raised on lakewood. Seventy five years ago went to saint alphonsus school so this is my neighborhood for a long time and it gives me a lot of pleasure to walk the neighborhood and say margaret kuntsler the net Lucille such a lived in the house. I can still see all the things in my mind. As i did in the thirties and forties back then for instance pharmacy was on this spot k. In her friends would come here after. Eleven o'clock mass. i'm talking about. I just second highschool when you didn't go to the kitty miss any mar nine o'clock in the morning. This was like a hang out here after me us in this whole section here. They had a wonderful soda. Fountain was right here. This would be see what i'm saying. She points at a section of booths fears. This neighborhood was all about which paris you belong to santo fonseca's germans sin andrews for the irish and italian saint joseph out for the polish till finally in the nineteen sixties that ended case five sisters and her parents moved away from the. I'm the only one that stayed neighborhood because we couldn't afford to move out of here. We bought our house in the mid. Sixty sixty four and Everybody thought the neighborhood was going to change. So of course. They're moving to the suburbs. Farther north or farther west chains. You mean people thought it wasn't going to be white anymore. They thought yes they thought it was gonna go out. And that's why people were scared moved out so We couldn't afford to move so we bought a house. There for twenty seven thousand had offers a five hundred five hundred fifty thousand for my house memo whatever sisters who moved away to avoid the blade of this area to an area too expensive for care husband to afford disorder house for only two hundred thousand gentrification which breath through this neighborhood in the last fifteen years hasn't made it afterwards sisters. Live around here southport. Car can all over there little boutiques several starbucks expensive restaurants with fake. European names neighborhood has changed a lot whole lot better for the worse close by. We have our gay people which we never had as a kid they were around. Maybe we didn't know who they were today. You know who they are. My husband coming from the old school. We have the nicest neighbors we've ever had to gay men. It can't do enough for you. You cut your grass for you. They watered now. That i'm older and when they moved in my husband coming from way back. Oh my god you know. He didn't want really too much to do with them within a year. I'd say we saw that. They were nice. Big all very plain and When we have our fiftieth wedding anniversary party at some cinetic year it was. Our neighbors have went to the hall without any. They wouldn't take a penny. They decorated at place. Like you wouldn't believe now. I mean neighbors will do that for you. You know so gay or not gay. They're really nice people. So i think that the gas can be credited for being such nice people day. Swayed a lot of the time people into different thinking There's still a lot of racial stuff. Maybe if you had a black neighbor here are one of the people would rent to. A black person would be found upon a little bit but if you rent to a gay person today it's okay a lot of things that we think are should be this way and that way as you grow up. It's really not definitely shouldn't be that way. So i don't feel that we should really judge you know. Let the large. Jim coming up trunks. Partier people in the make and lots of other people to try not to judge. I mean we haven't even gotten to the cops in a minute. Chicago public radio warm up the coffee for them when our program continues tis american life. I'm ira glass today on our program. Twenty four hours of the golden apple. If you're just tuning in we tried to interview every person at every table a twenty four hour restaurant here in chicago starting at five. Am in the morning on friday. July fourteenth going till five. Am the next morning that everybody said yes not. Everybody could fit into a one hour. Radio show and the day is just heating up ahead to midnight one of the owners. Pete is explaining something sort of surprising about a restaurant like this to our reporter door. whenever plus we haven't no kiss we got no kiss. Malek's always open will never never liked it those just to that moment. A young woman bursts through the door. I think she swivels around and tries to lock it to friends out it tasted second before she realizes there are no to three stumbled to a table. This is cam. I'm at the golden apple. Noaa m and i'm with astrum breath us. Jury is that and i are right in a cabin. He like hops. I've never met this guy and need to order for. I'm a journalism major. By the way. So i understand what you're doing right now. I work with kim and kim lives. I don't live downtown and live in. The suburbs and kim was like okay. We downtown though. Right i do. She lives in doesn't matter anyway. So we go to this premier party of the star wars exhibit at the field museum. Yes it was so awesome by kim. My stars looks it yes. She sees worse. I'm the most sober one. Here's you can probably tell so anyway. That's fine. I i meet askar. We just meet him like staying at the brighty offers. He buys a couple of shots. So we're like fine. We started drinking with them. We start talking to him. Oh i'm sitting there talking to all of a sudden. I feel two hands on my back to hands. I recognize two hands at i. Do not want on my body. And i look and who do i see it is her and i don't even know your last name do i. I'll be honest i will. I will be honest with you. He paid for a lot of tonight like he paid for my drinks. Okay great what. Don't touch me but you can buy drinks for me if you're gonna happen to the cab and pay for it why you get into the cabinet and he's probably going to buy food here tonight so that's fine with me. Why true the honest. I'm not gonna.

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"24 hour" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

07:59 min | 6 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on This American Life

"And at this point like over the years we've done a lot of episodes where a bunch of us kind of descend on one location and try to document what is happening in one place and then we spend the hour in that one place. We've done this at a car dealership and at a rest stop and aircraft carrier during the very beginning of the war in afghanistan. We did it in new orleans. Lower ninth ward a decade after hurricane katrina kind of whether and how it had been rebuilt but this is the very first time we tried it and we never heard of any radio show trying to document like a day in one place and it wasn't clear actually how to organize all of us to do it or how to structure the program. We had the tape and just like it wasn't quick to make the thing and our shows longtime senior producer. Julia snyder figured that out years later she invented the structure and the production model for the podcast. Serio s town With sir canada. brian read. But that you're about to hear in this hour it really. Was this experiment at the time in how to make something for the radio. It is certain things you should really only say to your best friend. This is probably one of them. They were just shut up. And just listen to somebody out there brother tommy and scott during an all night diner around midnight. Scott is disheveled and tired from working all night as a bartender at a chinese restaurant. Serving lots of free drinks on the slide to tom. Tom response seems astonishingly ungrateful. Here is the kind of sas that keeps throwing scott's way you needed the food and the beers and all that stuff like that to calm down after your traumatic nights stealing from your lawyer. Really just at that moment. A man in a hawaiian shirt. Khaki pants walks by their table he hears the word employer. Mistakes it for the word lawyer and then turns to tom. You know you wanna be. Who brought up lawyer to start with. You just came in knowing not at all. He didn't say lawyer thought that you heard something. And then you let your mind take over and then it got you. That's probably why. I might have thought that. But you know what. I'm trained in the art of listening and the sworn he said you wanted to be definitely wouldn't hire you because you heard completely wrong. Yeah some conversations that you over here and his hard not to want to keep listening or but in even though everybody knows that it is not the right thing to do. One sunday morning while sitting in one of the booths in this very diner. Golden apple chicago lincoln avenue and looked around the restaurant. The table next to me family was taking teenage daughter out to knock wood glass breakfast or she shipped out with military. There were dressed up people who've come in from the church across the street and young couples who stumbled with paper. And we're working on the crossword together and i thought only somebody could interview every person at every table in this restaurant. That would be amazing. You get such a wide variety of different kinds of stories from different kinds of people so we decided to try it one friday night. Big group of us took shifts starting at five. Am and going to five. Am the next morning during quiet hours. It was just one of us on duty recording and interviewing people during the busiest hours which means late night. Three or four of us work. The tables first broadcast today's program all the way back in two thousand and we'll be renting it again today. Wbz chicago today. Show twenty four hours at the golden apple dismantle life. I'm ira glass. Stay tuned five o'clock in the morning My name is. I walked from ten. Pm to five am. And now. i wanna have a text drivers in the cups For cup of coffee on july six o'clock the morning crowd is gonna be in. He's one of the three owners of this restaurant along with nick. Tom all three agreed. Greek one of them is always there twenty four hours a day. Restaurant sits at one of those intersections with three streets. Come together to so. Every one of the corners of the intersection is wedge shaped which means that the restaurant itself is wedge shaped with booths on the windows. On two sides of the wedge. Here's a counter. With stools larger room with tables in the back there's oversized laminated menus. That go on for pages pages with pictures of food by the door is one of those revolving desert cases. An octagon made of glass three shelves. Cream pies melon slices cakes lately. I've been another trouble. Here's another one of the owners supposed be turning turning because the motor broke. Jimmy supposed to come out like three days ago. He's still coming now. If you can figure this one out That the pike is not turning the believe it or not. It's not selling this good. That's that's truth is their sales are down. He says by half ever since broke. People just like desserts more when they're in motion catches. The i you know when it's turning catches the eye. It sells over the course of twenty four hours. The staff of the golden apple changes regular should come in change in the atmosphere changes of quiet nearly morning crazy hectic at night when the bars in the neighborhood got out. Nancy updike took the first shift of our twenty four hour surveillance mic in hand from five. Am tatyana. this is eddie. He comes to the golden apple a few times a week in the mornings and plays the harmonica in the middle of the restaurant for a few minutes. He's in a pale blue shirt and hopping lightly from foot to foot of might fall down. Eddie heads to the back of the restaurant play there. No one is complaining. No one is rolling. There is in fact a few people are smiling and saying hi. Eddie is not an outsider. Here he's a regular early morning at the golden apple is like that a profoundly democratic place early morning welcomes the night shift workers. The unemployed the retired the confused. The disappointed the slightly off the people who work for themselves and the people who don't work at all anymore but crave a little morning routine ramon. I'm here between four thirty and five. I love the golden apple wonderful people. They got good food. That this is how joe molucca ends every sentence that or sometimes dollars. Joe's not used to talking about himself. His story comes out bit by bit. Our entire conversation takes place in a different era. He's completely unselfconsciously about calling me. Honey he bangs on his coffee cup with a spoon to get the waitresses attention for a refill. Please don't try this at home. But he gets away with it. I do construction remodeling rehab. And that's what i do i retired. I'm seventy eight years old. And i gave the business to my two sons. And that's how did you start the business to my dad. My dad done the same team. When i was. I don't know maybe ten. Eleven years old i start working for him would pay me a dime on our and that. Was it clean up. Sweep up the floors.

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"24 hour" Discussed on The Science of Happiness

The Science of Happiness

04:42 min | 9 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on The Science of Happiness

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"24 hour" Discussed on The Science of Happiness

The Science of Happiness

06:58 min | 9 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on The Science of Happiness

"Feel like that was the act of kindness not the actual buying of the starburst. The studies on this Sony Lubomirski is done work, and that's why we have this practices. If you can do five of these things in one day, you do feel happier less depressed. You function better at work. There's a lot of other work on just you know when you practice kindness. Good for your body feels stronger. What did you notice in your own experience? I think I'll just kinda might define happiness a little different. Than just the. The general kind of understanding of happiness. How do you define it doing these things? Almost kinda pains me and I think that's probably why never really. Got To know. People. Right that I would be doing things for because, see people in need to see people hurting actually kind of hurts me the fact that people are even having to. Ask for basic what I feel like are like human. Rights Necessities Food Water Housing. I it just shows that we're GONNA fail. Stay. That doesn't bring me happiness right? Right. What does bring me happiness was the fact of like I helped him move into his apartment, but he just moved into this apartment and look on his face and how excited he was about this apartment. Let me know or I'm just assuming this was the first time he has something of his own. Right, are just like a bit of his own that made me happy because that brought him some type of peace that brought him some type of joy of accomplishment of that. He was kind of like moving up the ladder of life, right? Those type of things would bring me happiness. You know one of the things are in this conversation brings into focus is. Kinda definitional problem that the science of happiness is grappling with, which is one way to think about happiness is, oh, I feel good about my life right and but there's something else that I think you're talking about about. Getting to know somebody or giving resources to the. On housed or going into a store and buying something for somebody. Psychologists have started a call it meaning or purpose how would you describe what you felt and what you feel when you're dealing with injustice or? People who are really suffering and trying to make their lives better. What would you call it? And so I think the conflict is. Giving a person of meal doesn't make me. Happy. because. They're going to need a mill tomorrow putting a person in a position to let go their own meals. That's what makes me happy because now individual. has become self sufficient. Now, they could be an example. Their families Into people around him right now they can also be a giver in just a receiver. So almost kind kinda like give a man fish in teaching. How to fish kind of thing. Yeah. So what I'm giving people, fishes that that kind of like me. It's necessary and you should do it. But if you also have the ability to teach a person how to fish or put them in a position to learn how to fish. That brings me happiness 'cause because that's something that will continue on I have to ask you earn. You know you are cuffed at eleven fifteen years later, your wrongfully convicted and you spend eight months in jail. And you grew up in a culture of a certain kind of kindness you want to pursue kindness. How does this experience with so much brutality and lack of kindness frame how you think about? Practicing kindness. I, feel like I have. Every. Right to like hate people are even hate white people but I would have these conversations with my dad of like I. Hate Them I hate you know He'd be like L. K. I understand that but. What you don't understand or even would they don't understand is system. That is being perpetuated. Individual might be good in nature but let's say their job may require them to do things that are immoral. So is it that person or is it the system that we need to focus on because you could easily change that person but that system is still there. So what do you hate more or who should you hey right and I don't think you should hate people I, don't think you have to like them. But of these, you hate anybody when she should hey, is systems that continue to exploiting and kill off people. So that was like. A restructuring of how I was doing the world so easy to hate a person then okay. Alrighty I. Okay. You hate a person because they're doing something. Okay. So you are now that person is tooken out of pitcher however, but these things are still occurring. So what did you solve and now like I'm thinking of the broader spectrum of if you really are tired of these things. and. You should be focused on the things that are allowing it to continue. In try to dismantle lows in. Yeah. It's interesting. There's old social psychology research showing that you know western Europeans, don't think in terms of systems you know especially in the United States, they think in terms of individuals and that misleads us so really insightful. What sort of wisdom would you give to us to be thinking about how to cultivate kindness you've got to really be intentional about stepping out of yourself for a second he spoke on about you know Western European? Really America Right The United States of America say. Is. Just has this real individual listed? kind of like culture mindset as long as I'm doing. Okay. Then everything's okay. I. Always Challenge my friends are speaking to people. You should never go twenty four hours without doing something for someone who can't repay you. We walk by things every day like we step over on house people every day right in this Kinda just become normalized and you should never go a day. There's going to be something that's GonNa come across you everyday if not multiple things that are going to come across every day and you should lend a hand in if you're not, you're Kinda like not just doing that individual disservices which ultimately going yourself disservices well. Well I am really grateful for your time Erin. Thanks for joining us on the show. Appreciate it. Thank you for having. What compels us to be kind. It's relatively straightforward to explain why people are kind to their family members and we kind to their friends is a bit more puzzling to explain why they're kind to strangers but we have some experience of that two. More on the science.

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"24 hour" Discussed on The Science of Happiness

The Science of Happiness

08:11 min | 9 months ago

"24 hour" Discussed on The Science of Happiness

"I. Police Stop I think I was like. Eleven or younger than that fit the description. mccovey me savvy on the sidewalk for like thirty minutes and then just let me go. To law enforcement, and then it just never stops. He just keeping worse and worse and happening more and more often as time goes on in two thousand fourteen Aaron, Harvey was living in Las Vegas when US marshals came for him. They were arrested on charges related to an unjust California gang conspiracy law, which cited that rap lyrics and social media postings chose me and thirty two other individuals. First Time to ever use this law Pinot call one, eighty, two, point five and they said that they have documented as a gang member because of multiple police stop some community. And because I was documented therefore, I could be held liable for any crimes committed by the gang whether I had knowledge of it or not. They charged us with conspiracy to commit some shootings. They weren't even trying to prove that I had anything to do with the shootings. Detectives testified his Social Media Accounts, included pictures of him with gang members know spend eight months and county jail one point one, million dollar bill looking at fifty, six years to life. After he was released because of a lack of evidence, Aaron harveys first task was to help dismantle the law that put in there and he did. Aaron's and activist and a student at UC Berkeley where he mentors formerly incarcerated students through an initiative called underground scholars. He's also our guest today Aaron. It's great to have you on our show. Thank you very appreciated. So when we asked you to try signs tested practice to bring more happiness in your life, you chose random acts of kindness where you perform five kind acts all in one day. Why did you choose this practice? I was like, Oh, well, I just do this anyway on my father wasn't really the types we'd be. Expanded himself often you know like his word was law. revealed a lot. One thing that I did latch onto though was you know his lessons on providing in taking care of others who may be less fortunate? You know my father was always the type of individual that was it's not necessarily about what you're doing for yourself. But why are you doing it and you were put on this planet to be like a blessing some other people in how other people going to benefit from your sacrifice Or from like your God given abilities, I remember when I was incarcerated and I was about to sign a deal for nineteen years and I was telling him. I was just tired todd going back court todd I you know sign now for nineteen years I'll be out in forty seven years old whatever he say I've always talked to center for your rights he was like you know Malcolm in Martin and many others stood up for their rights. And because of your sacrifices may die because of it because there are sacrifices like look at how many people were were able to benefit from their sacrifice right and I'm not by no means compare myself to them or others, but it's the same mentality of you have to pick up. That time and you have to continue to push the needle forward well. So. For this random acts of kindness practice you did five kind acts in one day and then wrote about it Outta go it definitely felt weird to beginning. So really just started off I call him my mom say, Hey, the wants to breakfast. Stupid. Good on my. Own. In never made it to my mom to to get her breakfast because. I went to starbucks. And it was like this guy, hey, outside a starbucks and I was like Oh that's one right. I was like a brother you want from starbucks. He was I, actually I do my art. There you go. So I ended up buying him to starbucks and as I was handing him, he got like a meal or whatnot in a coffee I was walking away and something dawned on me by no, we're not doing it this way. You're not going to do it this way I, went back. To, right I was like my name is Aaron I'm sorry by you know you're not just some charity case you know seeing you a knee giving you things and walking off like what's your name? He told me his name is Ronald. My brother. You know what I mean where you live around here Yada Yada Yada is like actually trying to move into my apartment today. and. I was like Oh for sure I'll help you. What about your mom? Exactly. That's what I'm saying I never made it to my mom right I ended up helping his guy moving to apartment in his truck. So we're talking and talking and talking. And from leaving from him. I get a phone call from one of my good friends, and now he's on the freeway tire busted and I'm like come on man like. Car. Aaa I'm tired I just moved his whole house. But then again, I'm like, Oh, this is this threes got to be like three or four. Your bonus points right now. To the freeway. Changes tire whatever the case may be then I was like. Enemy Philip. Gang. Oh Man we win. We feel gas tank and then him we're actually talking about. The five acts of kindness and one thing we rely Kinda Shan with each other was you know as cool as you kind of or what not but he was like man to be honest with you. As long as I've known, you go through things. But. You always seem to come out of things and I believe is because you're always doing for people right? You're always taking care of because you're always taking care of people and that right there kind of like I. I've kind of almost had those dolls but I've never really sat with that. All right. Yeah. 'cause I've never even looked at it that way like like I'm not doing this. So I can be this right I'm doing this because it's the right thing to do but we kinda sat and we talked with that and that kind of like. A maybe kind of look at the look at my life more of a glass half full in all these things are just constantly happening to me like, why am I constantly going through you know struggles and things like that. But it's like you always are coming out of them. There's not a lot of people come out of things, right? Did, you do that part of the exercise where you write about what it was like can how you reflected on it. So my reflections came at the end of the day when I was sitting talking to my friend. And what ran through your mind? Lean Ronald when I bought him the starbucks of like. I can't go into a grocery store of food plays in verse somebody outside as hungry like I can't just walk in you know. After by meal, but I never take the time to actually get to know that person are still talking or More like kind of like a rather you need them and if they say, no matter shore now. Okay and then I'm gone right or if they do want something I'm going order whatever you want. Got You. But I never take the time to actually get to know that that is a whole person that's not just some like charity case right and. By, getting to know a person, even if it's just for like two minutes, right there's a lot more more impact that you can have on their life to where you might be able to put them in a position. To where they don't have to stand outside US store and asked for money or food anymore. Yeah. So I was almost again even almost doing like good quote unquote. also felt like I was still doing people a disservice by not getting to know their names Kim. To hear their stories and things like that. I understand that not every time I'll even have time to do that. But if you have the time I think you should take the time to do that. In light got his number. Lives around corner from my mom. I've already connected him with the organization that I'm a part of. Like. Now he's even connected to a larger community and I.

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"24 hour" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"24 hour" Discussed on The Daily

"The hospital.

"24 hour" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"24 hour" Discussed on The Daily

"So the code blue. It turned out wasn't for a Cova patient but for a patient who had other medical problems and they did. Cpr and the patient survived. And for me the moment was really just highlighting the fact that in a hospital that that work goes on that there are all these other patients to who have different medical problems and people are still having other emergencies so hospitals can't just stop being hospitals for everybody else but it's hard because the number of patients with cove is increasing. Usually if you have people with a scary infectious disease you would put them in specific rooms in the hospital but of course now there's many more patients than there are isolation rooms so I think the doctors are very concerned about this possibility that somebody could come into the hospital for something else over negative and then you know. Catch cove it there. That's the real worst case. Scenario is not try to get the heck out of this unit was. Okay get her out but of course one of the big risks is to be a person who is walking into that hospital every day to work there. Hello Dr Rosenberg. Speaking and in fact at one point yes yes Dr Rosenberg gets word that one of his residents he has tested positive for covert is in the emergency room downstairs. Thanks what's up okay? I'll look at it seconds. Someone pulls up an x ray of the residents lungs for him to look at and he peels off his personal protective equipment. Which in this case includes his own ski goggles and he looks at the X. Ray and immediately the tone shifts dash hitting. Don't like that. I want him here. He is he is one to come. He comes right out because he's high risk for getting into what he sees on. The X ray is something that looks bad to him. That's what I'm worried about is actually looks crappy for his one of our surgical residents. Bring him to the ICU. Bring him here don't dilly don't think what was really striking to him. What sort of like shocked him was that this was another doctor that is ours. That is one of us or and close aides and somebody. Who's been doing the same kind of work that he's doing every day. And I think that shatters that sense of invulnerability. This is insanity for my for my first day of out after being back from a week from this crap Holy Shit actually found out her way. Through that day that Dr Rosenberg himself had been out the previous week with symptoms of Cova. He didn't get a test until his symptoms had resolved and it turned out to be negative. But he's pretty sure he had cove it one of the things we discussed the nurse. Hollywood we need more. We need more nurses and this is a huge problem. A third of the doctors and nurses were out sick. A number of them had tested positive for Cova and were critically ill. And it's not just a problem for this hospital. It's a problem all over New York City that as the hospitals are overwhelmed with Kovic patients. You have high numbers of health staff out sick for being here today as governor of New York. I am asking healthcare professionals across the country. If you don't have a health care crisis in your community please come help us in New York now. The day that I was at the hospital. New York governor Cuomo pleaded for doctors and nurses and healthcare staff from around the US to come to New York. We need relief. We need relief for doctors. We need relief for tendons in part to help fill in for the workers who are falling ill across the state. So if YOU'RE NOT BUSY COM. Help US please hey. Hey He's going to be an ICU. Twelve okay no not yet. They're about doing them out shortly. We're getting we're getting everything done. I know I know It's Freaky I'm Louise only five years younger than me. You know. I'm forty five like half of our patients. Upstairs we have forty year olds are debated chemises. Jeez this is brutal..

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"24 hour" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"24 hour" Discussed on The Daily

"Next from there. Suddenly we hear this announcement go out over the hospital loudspeaker saying code blue which means that. Somebody's needs to be resuscitated. That they are basically dying giraffe resume. Follow.

"24 hour" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"24 hour" Discussed on The Daily

"So every morning in the Intensive Care Unit at the Brooklyn Hospital Center. The doctors gathered for something called morning reports. The people who were on overnight they stand around and the head doctor is there and they kind of give a report of what happened and then the new doctors who are coming on they get that information to rest. This morning she's being twenty-three should very comfortable thumbs up folks. They talk about who was admitted. Who got critically ill overnight patients to it be reeducated on videotape and one recent morning report was particularly intense. All right okay next patient there were patients in their eighties and patients in their thirties. Audrey out and obviously abusively Hughes invidious a all right good next. They were patients from nursing homes in patients who were homeless overnight. Bob Kraft for patients with asthma and diabetes in patients with no underlying conditions at all but as the doctors race to get through the cases they all a nearly identical description with upgrading from respiratory failure. Okay next buzzword. Three pillars economic boom covert nap failure of nine Acute Hypoxia Respiratory Failure Secondary Cove nineteen.

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"24 hour" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"24 hour" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

"Good morning everybody. Welcome to try to go CRYPTO PODCAST and interesting not no doubt we have seen a fairly decent substantial on should say decline across the market before. I and walk you through what I'm saying. I want to express a couple of things number one. The reason you're in this market is first extreme volatility. Now if you're not trading the reason you're in it is because you want extreme volatility to the upside so many people out there right now you'll be considering the moves that have happened over the last couple of days. And we think dissolve. This is not good. This is not what I had in mind. This is not making me money right now. Number One group number two which is also the grip on on the bit of one answer to those of us the tried and those of us that tried what we're sitting here going. We might not be you know. Have short trades on for example for myself. I don't have any short trades on right now. I know a number of my clients have short tried song because I happen to be Johnny on the spot at the right time and they got their tried some. But I haven't gotten a short trades but I can't tell you right now this movement to the downside it's definitely got a position excellent. We've got some movement again and looking for opportunities to try now whether you are in group number one hold la will number two trader or a bit of great one answer to the fact the marriage the market has come off. If you're in group number one you can't make money as a MA comes off if you're group number two and three you can. I'm into a threat and I'm going to have a look at what's going on the market right now because bitcoin has come off and as I suggested yesterday in this podcast always looking at a full quite happily a full to around about that. I see how close we are sitting right on one hundred and we have moved law. And why hundred. Well Perspective the Waco as an uptrend. The cradles aren't is in and around the eight hundred bucks. So it's going to be very is an AC- what occurs over the next twenty four hours to say. Do we continue this decline because today we have seen some significant decline on bitcoin and across the larger market. Will we see that continued? Because today's the first real proper strong sell-off bitcoin in this most recent downturn. This occurred on the daily. So where are we right now? Where I eight thousand eight hundred ten dollars with down five and a half percent rotten. Where basically in that position where yeah? I can see further downside. But we're also in that weekly cradles on. I don't know what's going to happen next. Auto know we'll we seek marriage him full so momentum continue to the downside over. We say it bounce. Tom Will Tell. Ethereal has come off quite heavily. Have an honest well down. I was sent two hundred twenty seven dollars and fifty full cents. A guy running off looking full looking say will there be any opportunities on those low to mid timeframes. I'm talking to L. Four or even the fifteen minutes. We'll get trades. Well Tom will tell ex. Pay Twenty three point three cents a very large focus hearing. We got up around thirty five. Actually we tapped the nose of thirty four cents currently trading at twenty three cents down seven seven point three nine percent. Bitcoin cash having a very very logic Klein daily downtrend entities at three hundred. Twenty dollars and seventy five cents. Dan non-point two-three percent on Bitcoin cash today. Bs V very large decline. That we are now hearing the double figures. Thirty percent. Flat tutoring twenty five dollars. Forty four cents. We sees a declined on Bitcoin. Us Down China's now kicked in on that daily timeframe wants to gain on this. The light coin is down again today. Thirteen point nine percent. Sixty one dollars and twenty cents easily currently said a very strong push to the downside considering point was holding its grand caught well. throughout the earliest stages awaken As a matter of fact even twenty four hours all assigned was holding quite nicely is another double figure three dollars and fifty seven cents which sits us down twelve and a half percent as I speak right now on eight point five percent down. Dole's on fifty fifty one cents. It's come off. Its highs around twenty seven dollars fifty so another very large. Decline there cod. Donna has fallen down to a level of support which is four point five cents. It has since bounced a good field percent from there and yet even with a bit of about four point nine cents. We do find ourselves down. Eleven point three percent on Athenian classic. Now it's down fifteen point seven percent the biggest full across the top ten currently speaking. It's at seven dollars and seventy two cents. Daily downtrend is back in motion. Very very powerful moves to the downside around out the top ten we go to Toronto. One point six cents down thirteen percent as I speak right now so it is a day a Gyn of selling what will come next. Well I'm not sure but I tell you what all the short and the market is going to continue falling law having a hunt for an opportunity to make some money on the way down if it does bounce height happy. I'm happy with that as well. Either way on what I'm looking for and at the moment I'm just being very very patient and very very careful. I suggest that you design and get across to try to cope dot com. Have a great day bye for now..

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"24 hour" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"24 hour" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"Existence of the first in the Nation Nation New Hampshire. Primary is one of the things that gives me. Hope that there's a shot here because you have to pass through this window before getting into the other side and you have to stop and shake hands on your way. You can't just parachute in here and you can't buy this primary so for an underdog like myself. That's a very significant aspect of the whole fight. Governor Weld acknowledge that he's an underdog against president trump but as he explains incumbent been presidents have been challenged in New Hampshire before president. Carter was challenged by Ted Kennedy in the primary and lost the election in a landslide to Reagan and and Gerald Ford himself was challenged by Reagan and then lost the final to Carter and the most relevant for my purposes was George h.w w Bush George Bush forty three who was at the height of his powers in December. One thousand nine hundred ninety one a month and a half before the New Hampshire primary and Pat Buchanan who is nothing but a conservative commentator. Never held office came in and got thirty seven percent of the vote so Bush beat him sixty three later thirty seven but that's so exceeded expectations that Mr Bush who was fine president really never recovered and he had been at ninety. One percent sent favorability both parties in December of nineteen ninety. That's ain't never recovered from the February nineteen ninety-two primary in New Hampshire which he won handily but it wasn't good enough. So Lane. Governor Weld mentioned three cases in which incumbent president with challenged in the primaries it went on to lose the general election. What do you make of that history? Well I think you now understand. why New Hampshire is so important? In the three the instances that Governor Weld articulated. They were a surprise indication of the weakness of those incumbent. The president's I would add a fourth one there which is very dramatic. Lyndon Johnson ran in the New Hampshire primary in nineteen sixty eight while he came in first. He got a tough challenge from Senator Eugene McCarthy who was running as an anti war candidate the fact that Johnson one but did did not win by an overwhelming margin. Meant that Johnson was in fact going to face political trouble in the general election. and rather than go. Go through the season fighting Senator McCarthy and eventually Senator Bobby Kennedy Johnson got out of the race after the New Hampshire primary. He got out of of the race for president. Allegedly to concentrate on making peace in Vietnam but clearly. What New Hampshire showed was he was vulnerable? And and so New Hampshire has had a very powerful role in many of these braces even when an incumbent president is involved governor. The world also mentioned. That New Hampshire is an open primary state and what implications that has. Could you provide a little bit more context as to what an open primary verse closed. Primary state is in white matters. Well there are very few states left in the United States that require you to register with a political political party in those states. You can't decide say a couple of days before election day just to go in and vote in the primary of the opposite party you have to register with a political party. Now New Hampshire like many other states makes it easy for you to switch around so in New Hampshire if you decide week beforehand that really. You're more interested in the Democratic race than the Republican race. Or if there's as there. Is this cheer a Democratic race but no real Republican race you can decide to vote in whatever primary. You WanNa vote in you just have to go in. You have to sign up as a Democrat at least for a day and vote in that primary. What that means is that there is a more open and fluid electorate for it in the primaries? It's not just people who signed up initially as Democrats or as Republicans independence can kind of wander in in and out of these primaries and that adds an element of uncertainty to every New Hampshire primary. Here's how that's influenced. The Way Governor Weld campaigns. My wife and I've been campaigning together. Quite a lot and we offer to give so parties for Democrats even Liberal Democrats who would be willing to change their registration two undeclared for a day coming in and vote for me in the Republican primary. And it's a vote against Mr Trump. So they have to keep that in mind directly against Mr Trump and then go back and take a long hot shower with lots of so. We're GONNA have a hundreds of bars of Occitanians soap.

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"24 hour" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"24 hour" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"Yeah I would say that The reasonable argument to say the case is stronger for SIP. Baloney is that the the events that set her center on this charge of abuse of power withholding aid aid from Ukraine in order to Enact this pressure campaign to get them to investigate chief political rival They were are those incidents were reported to To Pets Baloney in real time Probably by the whistle blower sources. We know we know if you own a hill and Alex Vitamin and Tim Morrison who were members of the national security team. All reported to John Eisenberg their concerns. He's about The president ask and He reportedly directed those concerns to his direct superior who is Baloney so oh he was directly involved in this and you know I would argue more of a material witness one of the defense arguments taking center centerstage since Steiner shirts were named. Is there a position that even if everything in the articles is true like abuse of power by conditioning military aid to Ukraine on their willingness to smear Joe Biden. These are not impeachable things. Here's Dershowitz on CNN. You need a crime without a crime crime. There can be no impeachment Germany. This is interesting in part for how a historical it is. Did you know that people have already been impeached by the house else. And remove by the Senate for things other than actual crimes. And and also you know in in the impeachment charges against President. Nixon that the judiciary committee voted on before he resigned. Abuse of power was the charge and obstruction of congress was in charge and So there there is historical precedent even for charges like this against a sitting president so our end. What constitutional scholars have said during during the judiciary? Committee's P impeachment hearing In the fall was that you know no. You don't need a crime for there to be a high crime and then looking at how the founders laid out the notion of high crimes they didn't know what the Federal Code and with the Federal Statutes and with the Criminal Statutes of two thousand twenty the United States would be so. Obviously they didn't mean that specifically had to be Sony. USC Twelve twelve be whatever in order to constitute a high crime investigator. Right in fact I thought listeners who may be confused by this question being raised raise and not something that you know you spend a lot of time reading history about Might be interested to hear a few little things. One is the Wall Street Journal in October. wrote this that. In addition to actual crimes quote Congress has made clear that it also believes violations of the public. Trust even noncriminal lines can be impeachable. The House has twice impeach judges for intoxication on the bench resulting in their conviction or resignation. Congressman Congress. Chris has also impeach judges for favouritism abusive power improper relationship with litigants abuse of the contempt. Power and arbitrary arbitrary and oppressive conduct so that from the Wall Street Journal which you know on its editorial page tends to be pro trump on this. So isn't that interesting. That early in our country's history Jeremy exact controversy broke out one party was accusing the other of an invalid impeachment because it needed to be a crime time But this guy got removed from a judgeship because he was drunk on the bench that that I would say is one of the weakest of their and most okay historical of their arguments. This notion that there has to be a federal criminal offense and that you know the cleaner version of the argument that was within the president's lengthy defense brief that that was submitted over the weekend would just be an even this. It's harder but it's a little pretty easy to swallow which is just that you don't know what the president's motives were you can't charge him for abuse of power when his motives could have been as purest no Wanting an investigation of his chief political rival Joe Biden one of his political rivals. Joe Biden because he wanted to get to the truth and and stand up for a stand up against corruption in Ukraine and Against Barack Obama and against all these corrupt oligarchs and that would that would have been a legitimate purpose. So you can't. You can't challenge him in doing that. And you know it strains credulity obviously with all the evidence that The house impeachment inquiry was able to gather even despite the unprecedented obstruction of their efforts. To get documents and witnesses. But that is is a at least eight more believable and stronger argument. I would say than claiming that you can't impeach him because he didn't he didn't do a crime and just put a point on it. On only crimes being impeachable Dershowitz would also have to argue with Alexander. Hamilton here's some Hamilton language from the federalist papers offers in case. You're wondering what I was doing before the show today. look like federalist sixty five on the jurisdiction of impeachment quote the the subjects of its jurisdiction are those offenses which proceed from the misconduct of public men or in other words from the abuse or violation of some public. Trust trust there. It is abuse of power abuse violation of some public trust. They are of a nature which may with peculiar propriety be denominated political as they relief chief relate chiefly to injuries done immediately to the society itself and that last line. Jeremy is so strikingly what the Democrats Kratzer talking about and again this is not to take a partisan position that the Democrats are right and trump should be removed from office but in terms of what this is about as an impeachment trial Hamilton wrote political as they relate chiefly to injuries done immediately to the society itself. And that's exactly the question question on the table. Here is trump injuring our society by the way he abuses powers president. Yeah I would say I don't have been have as wild of okay Morning Federalist Paper Citations as you did but that I would just add that one of the main concerns of the founding fathers and I I believe was addressed in in the federal papers. was this notion that hey foreign power might be solicited to You know affect and and impact on election by corrupt president and that that new self would be impeachable. It's directly discussed there and that is precisely what the president has been accused of for today. We thank Jeremy Stall Senior editor for slate. Jeremy thanks so much. Thank you Brian again listeners. You can call and ask an impeachment news question. Just leave a voicemail anytime including your name.

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