35 Burst results for "Albert"

Muncy's error allows Phillies to rally past Dodgers

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Muncy's error allows Phillies to rally past Dodgers

"Fulfilling score two runs with two out in the bottom of the tenth and even a billion error by Dodgers second basement max Muncie to rally four four three win Los Angeles took a three two late in the top the extra frame on a single by trade Turner The error by Muncie off the bat of Albert bohm enabled the Phillies the savage the final game of the series I strike out there the game's over right So just find a way to put the bomb play and try to make something happen and we turned out to be fortunate today Mookie betts had never been Rio's home run for the Rogers who saw a 7 game winning streak come to an end Corey Kennedy picked up the winner relief Michael luongo Philadelphia

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After Mets lose Scherzer, Alonso HR in 10th beats Cards 7-6

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

After Mets lose Scherzer, Alonso HR in 10th beats Cards 7-6

"The mets pull down a dramatic 7 to 6 victory over the Cardinals on penal antos two one Homer in the bottom of the tenth inning The cards had taken a 6 5 lead in the top of the tenth when Corey Dickerson scored an Albert Pujols double play grounder But Alonzo with ghost runner Francisco Lindor on second let off with a long blast left thought Giovanni gallegos to give them that's another series win Anytime we can take a series against a really good team it's really special and to be able to walk it off is obviously electric Alonso finished with three RBIs and now leads the majors with 36 Jeff McNeil also drove in three runs for New York Paul Goldschmidt had four RBIs for St. Louis including the one that tied the game in the top of the 9th Tom maryam New York

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Astronomers capture 1st image of Milky Way's huge black hole

AP News Radio

01:03 min | Last month

Astronomers capture 1st image of Milky Way's huge black hole

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Sen. Ron Johnson Would Love Special Counsel to Investigate Biden

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 3 months ago

Sen. Ron Johnson Would Love Special Counsel to Investigate Biden

"When you're talking about that kind of money flowing into a family his brother his son his name is all over this laptop Joe Biden's name As I say this other gentleman who was a very credible individual Talking about being in a meeting with Joe Biden who knew well what was taking place he felt even though they tried to protect him and so if it seems to me senator Johnson that this is more than a predicate to conduct both a criminal investigation with a special counsel and congressional investigations full investigative congressional investigations with the support of the leadership Don't you think Well I assume I told leadership that if I do survive if I am reelected I need the financial resources to conduct proper investigations I need the investigators And those are Mark I would love to have a special special prosecutor special counsel that had all the full subpoena power of a court system I just don't see how we're going to get one Albert Garland and unfortunately Congress our subpoena power is pretty weak because we can enforce it We can hold somebody in contempt to Congress but then we need to just department to actually prosecute it and you think merit island is going to prosecute that So this is going to have to come from whistleblowers This is going to have to come from people that have the integrity and realize how imperiled our nation is by having a president of the United States is compromised Joe Biden must be

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Hong Kong's COVID toll leads some to eco-friendlier coffins

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Hong Kong's COVID toll leads some to eco-friendlier coffins

"Hong Kong's deadliest corona virus outbreak is cost about six thousand lives this year and the city is now running out of conference the conference typically are wood or wood substitutes and there is a scramble to keep up with demand Albert Cole with the non profit funeral advisory group forget the not says some families are using eco conference they feel a little bit shameful to use it so called pay by cascade they fear that this is not it's not it's not respectful to the to Debbie loved ones co says the idea is to offer a more pleasant fare well without the fear of death we have over forty different designs covering different religions hobbies and also you know the color can be can be full of French Hong Kong is reported about two hundred corona virus deaths daily on average over the past week space constraints there make cremation a common burial practice I bet Donahue

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Reports: Pujols heading back to Cardinals on 1-year deal

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Reports: Pujols heading back to Cardinals on 1-year deal

"Albert Pujols is returning to the St Louis cardinals after agreeing to a one year deal according to published reports the St Louis post dispatch said the contract with the forty two year old was pending a physical the two thousand one in L. rookie of the years but his first eleven seasons of his career with the Redbirds leading them to World Series titles in two thousand six in two thousand eleven posted at least three hundred with a minimum thirty home runs and a hundred RBIs in each of his first ten seasons he's a three time NL MVP at least twenty one home runs shy of seven hundred it is career I'm Mike Reeves

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"albert" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

02:43 min | 6 months ago

"albert" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"Back. Hundred years back in all different aspects, from provability for human rights, from science, from quality of life from any aspect. I am positive that humans can create and always create a better future, and will continue doing so. You have helped save the lives of millions of people, help improve the quality of their lives, but you yourself are just one biological organism with an expiration date. Do you pause your mortality? Do you think about your death? Are you afraid of death? That's a very interesting question. I was discussing with a lot of people that I was fearless of death. I couldn't care less. When I was young. The first thing the first time that I started feeling that, I want to be around was when I had kids. And then I started feeling that August. Is it, I hope I will be around to see their wedding. I hope they will be around to see their children. So if there is something that scares me is the possibility that I will not be part of their lives anymore. And I would not be watching. I hope there is life upstairs. So I will be able to watch them from there. From upstairs, get a nice overview. Let me ask the big ridiculous question. And you only have two minutes or less to answer it. What is the meaning of life? What's the meaning of this whole thing? You said ingenuity is the thing that gives you hope. We seem to be all busy trying to help each other trying to build a better world. Why are we doing that? I would repeat something that Steve Jobs has said, death is life's biggest invention. It's eliminates the old and gives place to the new. Life is all about moving forward. Life is all about creating new things. Maybe everyone is a contributor, but no one is the owner. And always creating something new. Or adding something beautiful into the world may be a little bit of love. Hopefully. Albert, thank you so much. It's a huge honor that you go through some of these difficult questions with me today. And then you give your extremely valuable time for this conversation. Thank you so much for talking to that. Thank you for your interest and I'm happy as I was telling you before, but I can brag with my kids. I was in your podcast because you are their hero. You made it. I made it..

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"albert" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

03:47 min | 6 months ago

"albert" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"The following is a conversation with Albert burla. CEO of Pfizer. If you'd like to skip ahead to our conversation, the timestamps is always are below. But if not, please allow me to say a few words about truth and human nature. Specifically, about two groups of people throughout history that seek to lay claim to the truth. The first group will tell you that only they possess the truth and that the government will save you the company will save you the science, the authorities, the experts, the institutions will save you. The second group, too, will tell you that only they possess the truth, and that the government will hurt you, the company will hurt you, the science, the authorities the experts the institutions will hurt you. Both groups have the benevolent and the malevolent. Their heroes and their charlatans. And I think the hard truth is that no one in this world can tell you with absolute certainty which is which. You have to use your mind. This is the burden of being human, of being free. Don't blindly follow any leader, neither the emperor, nor the martyr who points out that the emperor has no clothes. And then there's the lessons of history. Vaccines have saved hundreds of millions of lives in the past century, and in general the advance of medicine has saved billions of lives. If you ignore the power of science, you're not being honest with the lessons of history. And if you ignore the corrupting nature of power and money within institutions, including governments and companies that led to the suffering and death of hundreds of millions in the past century, you are once again, not being honest with the lessons of history. I announced that I will be having this conversation with Albert berla, Pfizer CEO, and a lot of people wrote to me. I would like to say that I was an am and always will be listening and learning with an open mind from everyone. My own opinion worth little as it is is that the development of the COVID vaccines is one of the greatest accomplishments of science in recent history. For the rest, from safety and efficacy to policy and economics, I stand humbled before complicated world full of fear and anger. A small number of malicious people from all walks of life will use that fear and anger to divide us. Because the division makes them money and gives them power. I took two shots of the Pfizer vaccine. This was my decision. I don't ever want to force this on anyone, and I certainly don't want to dismiss your concerns or worse..

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"albert" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

03:46 min | 6 months ago

"albert" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"The following is a conversation with Albert burla. CEO of Pfizer. If you'd like to skip ahead to our conversation, the timestamps is always are below. But if not, please allow me to say a few words about truth and human nature. Specifically, about two groups of people throughout history that seek to lay claim to the truth. The first group will tell you that only they possess the truth and that the government will save you the company will save you the science, the authorities, the experts, the institutions will save you. The second group, too, will tell you that only they possess the truth, and that the government will hurt you, the company will hurt you, the science, the authorities the experts the institutions will hurt you. Both groups have the benevolent and the malevolent. Their heroes and their charlatans. And I think the hard truth is that no one in this world can tell you with absolute certainty which is which. You have to use your mind. This is the burden of being human, of being free. Don't blindly follow any leader, neither the emperor, nor the martyr who points out that the emperor has no clothes. And then there's the lessons of history. Vaccines have saved hundreds of millions of lives in the past century, and in general the advance of medicine has saved billions of lives. If you ignore the power of science, you're not being honest with the lessons of history. And if you ignore the corrupting nature of power and money within institutions, including governments and companies that led to the suffering and death of hundreds of millions in the past century, you are once again, not being honest with the lessons of history. I announced that I will be having this conversation with Albert berla, Pfizer CEO, and a lot of people wrote to me. I would like to say that I was an am and always will be listening and learning with an open mind from everyone. My own opinion worth little as it is is that the development of the COVID vaccines is one of the greatest accomplishments of science in recent history. For the rest, from safety and efficacy to policy and economics, I stand humbled before complicated world full of fear and anger. A small number of malicious people from all walks of life will use that fear and anger to divide us. Because the division makes them money and gives them power. I took two shots of the Pfizer vaccine. This was my decision. I don't ever want to force this on anyone, and I certainly don't want to dismiss your concerns or worse. You as a person, if you choose not to get vaccinated. I can assure you one thing. In this conversation and in any conversation, the choice of questions I ask and words I say is mine and mine alone. When my words fall short, as they often do, it is only because of the limitations of my mind, and of my speaking ability. It is not due to pressure or fear. I'm not afraid of anyone. I can not be bought by anyone, with money, power or fame. I hope to prove this to you and to myself in the coming years. This life is short, and to me, without integrity, it is not worth living. People sometimes talk down to me, call me naive, perhaps they're right, but.

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'Science and the Mind of the Maker' Author Melissa Cain Travis on the 'Maker Thesis'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:32 min | 7 months ago

'Science and the Mind of the Maker' Author Melissa Cain Travis on the 'Maker Thesis'

"I am talking to the author of science and the mind of the maker with the conversation between faith and science reveals about God Melissa Cain Travis. We were just going to talk about something. You just mentioned it Melissa, tell us again. So the central thesis of my book science in the mind of the maker is something that I call them makers thesis. And this goes beyond the idea that science gives us evidence that points towards an intelligent creator. What I mean when I say the maker thesis is that when we look at diverse branches of the natural sciences, we actually see marks of rationality in all of these different areas of science. But in addition to that and corresponding to it quite beautifully, is the fact that we have inquisitive higher intelligent life on Planet Earth whose rationality is attuned in just the right way to be able to detect the rationality in. Okay, now I hate to break it to you, but that might make sense to you. And it might even make sense to me, but that's not easy what you just said, because I remember Hugh Ross, who introduced me to a lot of this stuff, when he was talking about this, I think it was on this program, like 5 years ago or something. I remember thinking like, that's a complex idea. So let's break this down. When you even talk about something that rationality, I think a lot of people go like, what do you mean exactly by rationality? I think it's a deep philosophical issue, isn't it? Like when you're saying that if I look at the world of science, the idea that it is somehow understandable is itself so taken for granted. It seems so innate to me that it's hard for me to step outside and marvel at it. Does that make sense to you? Yeah, it totally does. So back in the mid 20th century physicist by the name of Eugene wigner. Wrote an essay that has since become quite famous. Now, it's important to understand that wigner was not a theist in any sense of the word. We could probably best describe him as a happy agnostic. But he wrote this essay, it's freely available to read online. And the title of the essay is the unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics in the natural sciences. And what he did was he explored something that Albert Einstein had remarked about repeatedly, but just had not elaborated on. And that was the mathematical comprehensibility of the

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Girlfriend: Daunte Wright was 'just gasping' after shooting

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

Girlfriend: Daunte Wright was 'just gasping' after shooting

"Testimony testimony continues continues at at the the trial trial of of former former Brooklyn Brooklyn center center police police officer officer Kim Kim potter potter jurors jurors heard heard from from Dante Dante right right passenger passenger police police and and first first responders responders as as prosecutors prosecutors built built a a case case that that other other officers officers were were left left in in the the dark dark slowing slowing the the medical medical response response Elena Elena Albert Albert Peyton Peyton testified testified she'd she'd only only been been dating dating Dante Dante right right for for a a few few weeks weeks when when she she witnessed witnessed his his shooting shooting she she was was badly badly injured injured in in the the subsequent subsequent car car crash crash the the service service test test call call has has if if you you Brooklyn Brooklyn center center officer officer Allen Allen sell sell those those that that told told prosecutor prosecutor Joshua Joshua Larson Larson he he saw saw rice rice vehicle vehicle drive drive away away and and crashed crashed into into another another car car I I took took my my hand hand and and I'm I'm pointed pointed out out the the vehicle vehicle over over eight eight and and a a half half minutes minutes passed passed between between the the time time of of the the crash crash and and when when right right was was pulled pulled from from the the vehicle vehicle did did you you have have any any information information on on this this and and offers offers officer officer involved involved shooting shooting no no Sir Sir in in cross cross examination examination defense defense attorney attorney Earl Earl gray gray asked asked questions questions about about the the tinted tinted windows windows the the accelerating accelerating vehicle vehicle and and the the efforts efforts of of officers officers to to save save right right thirty thirty five five correct correct yes yes Sir Sir I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Jan. 6 rioter who carried spear, wore horns, draws 41 months

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

Jan. 6 rioter who carried spear, wore horns, draws 41 months

"A January sixth writer whose horn for hat bare chested red white blue face paint made him one of the more recognizable figures in the assault on the capital has been sentenced to forty one months in prison prosecutors say Jacob chance Lee was the public face of the capital riot he's not accused of violence but he was one of the first enter the building holding a spear tipped flag pole it's one of the longer sentences among six hundred and fifty people charged in the capital six riot chance Lee pleaded guilty to a felony charge of obstructing an official proceeding U. S. district judge Royce Lamberth said his remorse appeared to be genuine but noted the seriousness of his actions his lawyer Albert Watkins said his client is in dire need of mental health treatment his focus is on what do I need to do to commence the healing process Jennifer king Washington

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"albert" Discussed on Parenting for the Future

Parenting for the Future

01:49 min | 9 months ago

"albert" Discussed on Parenting for the Future

"An app or parenting and taking your kids into the wilderness, it's all about discovery awe and wonder. And realizing that there's power in our ability to take choice in any situation and see it in the way that we want to see it to be able to let that awe and wonder shine through. Yeah. You are absolutely right. I mean, I would love to have you back here to talk in particular about the project engineered reality because from what I've been able to gather. It's really this idea that we have the power as you've been seeing to remake or on realities. And sometimes we do it through meditation or mindfulness, right? And other sort of contemplative activities. I think this project seeks to replicate those states using technology, correct and so that we could get there faster. But I don't think it's new. I think it's old. I think that when you look at every ritual or tradition or temple or building that has been created for some kind of purpose of, I mean, art itself wonder, you know, the sort of the tools that we have used over time in culture to get to states of flow, or to get to these places where we essentially have the ability to be more neuroplastic through egos, these things have developed over time and they are the tools that then allow us to imagine futures. It was great to talk to Albert. It really was. It's an honor. I thank you very much for opening our eyes for broadening our perspectives for using science so courageously to help preserve or unwind in the world. Oh, thank you.

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The Latest: Pfizer close to big step toward kids' vaccine

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

The Latest: Pfizer close to big step toward kids' vaccine

"Fizer is getting closer to having a covert nineteen vaccine available for young children C. E. O. Albert boiler tells ABC's this week it's a question of days not weeks before find certain German partner by on tech submit data to U. S. regulators for federal authorization of a covert nineteen vaccine for children aged five to eleven that would be an important step toward starting vaccinations for youngsters especially with children now back in school and the delta variant triggering a big jump in pediatric infections Fizer said last week its vaccine works for five to eleven year olds with a much lower dose thing used for anyone twelve and older developing antibody levels just as strong as those in teenagers and young adults who get the regular strength shots on Ben Thomas

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Pujols hit in 10th, Dodgers beat Rox, stay close in NL West

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

Pujols hit in 10th, Dodgers beat Rox, stay close in NL West

"The Dodgers continue their torrid stretch run this after they went ten innings to defeat Colorado five four because first place San Francisco beat San Diego LA remains a game behind the giants for Los Angeles the game winning run came across on a single by pinch hitter Albert pull hoes who stood on first base and happily waved to fans you know you're not gonna have long enough to enjoying it so it was a big game right there you know and and then I just when the temperature the tribe is a good be sure your washer which is still about a whole host is big base hit came off loser Julie's just seen but when went to Kenley Jansen the save to LA Spezia the Dodgers have won nine of their last ten Bruce Morton Denver

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Ravens Honor the Late Michael K. Williams With Omar Whistle From 'the Wire'

The Dan Patrick Show

00:40 sec | 10 months ago

Ravens Honor the Late Michael K. Williams With Omar Whistle From 'the Wire'

"David. Simon he was the creator of the wire walked into the stadium last night for the ravens win over the kansas city chiefs. He got to hear the omar whistle from the wire. They played that in the stadium last night. So the sound of omar whistling to farmer in the dell as they had their opener last night. It was pretty cool pretty cool moment. There is david. Simon said it's the little things that are going to get me. I guess but michael is going to last but Omar one of the great characters. Michael k williams found dead and At age fifty four. That was a couple of weeks ago.

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Cowboys Defensive End DeMarcus Lawrence Will Miss 6-8 Weeks With Broken Foot

The Rich Eisen Show

01:36 min | 10 months ago

Cowboys Defensive End DeMarcus Lawrence Will Miss 6-8 Weeks With Broken Foot

"Going on with the cowboys. Upfront what can you tell me about. Tank lawrence randy gregory. Big game for the cowboys here in los angeles against the chargers. What do you know about that. Yeah so i. I think like the you know demarcus lawrence obviously. That's a really unfortunate break for them. And he's had injuries in the past. And i i don't know if i'd relates that because there's a foot thing and it's sort of a free thing but he's going to be gone for two months and that like to me. I just sort of looking at how patchwork they've been and they'll get gregory back but like like you know with randy gregory and then over the years taking swings on different guys like alden smith and and and and You know and and if you want to go further back hardy And how they've just sort of continuous roll the dice try and get those positions right And lawrence was the one that they really hit on and now he's out for two months and you know. I think the cowboys defensively did a lot of things well in the opener but the fact is such a big part of the way that defense worked and i worked and i think dan coins a fantastic defensive coordinator but a big part of how the defense works seattle type of defense works is. Can you get heat on the pass or can you come from multiple angles quarterback and lawrence is one of those guys when he's at his best. He changes the math for everybody else. He's gonna change the matchups. He's going to get more guys singled up or guys are going to be favourable spa favorable spot because of him. So now you take them out of the equation and i think it's a big big loss for the cowboys.

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The Theory Of Relativity in Consumer Decisions

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

01:45 min | 10 months ago

The Theory Of Relativity in Consumer Decisions

"All know about uncle. L. e. equals m. c. squared. But that's not the relativity calculation that i'm talking about what i'm talking about is a calculation that we pretty much all make before we make a purchase certainly before we make a non essential purchase and it goes a little something like this. Let's say i'm at the pub. And the price of a state is four dollars more than the price of a boo coincidentally. The price of a beer is also four dollars so now the relativity calculation. I need to make ease. Do i have a stake and one beer or do i have a burger and to bees. Pretty easy decision. Or let's say you booking a flight and the price of an upgrade to business class is two thousand dollars now you could use that two thousand dollars when you get to the other end to have two nights in the suite at a fancy swanky hotel in town so the relativity discussion and calculation. You need to have is. What's the relative value. Is that gonna give me more value at the other end or am i better off spending the two thousand now to sit in a slightly bigger box and maybe have metal cutlery. Instead of plastic utensils on the plane these are the sorts of calculations that you will consume as a making whenever. They're buying something especially when it is non essential so you need to be aware of that when you have both setting your pricing and also sending your marketing you need to make sure that you are conveying the values and the benefits of your product. Because you know damn well that they are making a calculation relativity calculation of what else they could be doing with their money so when you think about the theory of relativity you've got uncle. Albert's theory equals mc squared uncle trance theory. It's all about how many bees you can have with your steak

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Tracking Growth Marketing in 2021

Equity

02:05 min | 10 months ago

Tracking Growth Marketing in 2021

"Gonna be talking about growth marketing day. All kinds of really important subjects obviously was fintech as focused jonathan. You're up here but you're muted. Because twitter likes to annoy people that way. John are you there i am. Hello danny how are you good. We're getting people through this tunnel one next. We're going to get marianne set up here in just a second but in the meantime i'm going to introduce our speaker today. So jonathan metric is the chief growth officer at portage ventures or advises a global portfolio with companies including wealth simple in canada albert in the us and clark in germany previously. He was the chief marketing officer of policy. Genius when the largest intertek marketplace's leading a division of forty plus growth marketers in scaling revenue. Kennex over three years jonathan. Welcome thank you thank you very much. It's great to be here and excited to be on this new pop pharmacist by twitter spaces. Hang out so. I'm excited to see kind of how this goes and great to chat with you to today but growth and fintech absolutely. Well i will say it's gone from alpha to beta at this point. It was pretty janke the first few times we did this. Maybe two three months ago. And i think the android app is now working at doesn't crash every five minutes. Good started when you think about growth and twenty twenty one i i to me growth has been the uber story of the entire year in every company is growing. The marketing channels are getting congested. Cat costs are going up on almost every pay channel. It's more competitive than ever on organic. What are you thinking about these days when it comes to growth in two thousand twenty one. Yeah i mean. I think you you hit the nail on the head there right and i think you know if we dial it back a little bit to the beginning of cova. I think there was a bit of a pause on you. Know is the sky falling. Are we going to be growing all right. And i think you know a couple of months after that in twenty twenty we saw immediate rebound with folks just kind of shifting attention to online direct ways of buying products that weren't necessarily in person direct to consumer. And you know. I think growth really road that way right and when i think of gross you know i think it's more around folks who are looking at driving revenue for their business and that can involve marketing can involve product and Components performance marketing.

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Pujols Homers in Return to St. Louis, Dodgers Down Cards 7-2

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Pujols Homers in Return to St. Louis, Dodgers Down Cards 7-2

"The Dodgers hit four home runs in a seven to two win over the cardinals at Busch Stadium Justin Turner hits a pair of long balls while Albert Pujols and Will Smith and solo shots to lead Los Angeles to their seventh win in their last ten games as they remain in a tight race with the giants for the top spot in the NL west the Dodgers also getting RBIs from Stevens is a junior and Cody Ballenger no it are not drives in both runs for the Redbirds who have lost four straight Los Angeles uses nine pitchers with Alex to see a recording the win J. A. happ takes the loss Mike Reeves St Louis

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Duggar Triples, Giants Hold off Dodgers 6-4 for NL West Lead

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Duggar Triples, Giants Hold off Dodgers 6-4 for NL West Lead

"The giants defeated the Dodgers six to four to regain the NL west lead by one game over Los Angeles Steven Duggar hit a tie breaking two run triple after being called up earlier in the day extremely fortunate to get an opportunity tonight to help this team win and a pretty big game Sunday night baseball and and this this incredible rivalry in tonight the guys came out on top Brandon belt homered and Brandon Crawford added an RBI double a San Francisco beat Walker Buehler for the first time in eight decisions the giants tag dealer for a season high six runs on seven hits over three innings pitcher Albert Pujols made it interesting with a two run blast in the ninth his six hundred seventy eight career home run I'm the ferry

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How Ryan Naylor Went From Shark Tank Failure to Tech Success Story

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:04 min | 10 months ago

How Ryan Naylor Went From Shark Tank Failure to Tech Success Story

"Brian. Say what's up to fire nation and sheer something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with what's up fire nation. I am super excited to be here. And probably the biggest thing that i believe in is to build a great business stop focusing on relationships and where i come back is focused on value. I see so many friends starting a business and they get into networking groups and they focus on going just building relationships building a bunch of friends and my feedback to them is. You've got friends. You've got a lot of relationships focused on adding value to prospects. And that's where you get the best return on your time spent ryan you're hitting upon one of my all time fever quotes from a mr albert einstein which is try not to become a person of success but rather a person of value because that's fire nation is the key. What value are you providing to the world. What solutions are you bringing to people's real problems and man. That's a great lesson. And i want to start off with some more lessons for fire nation because you were a bust on shark tank and so what did you learn from that whole experience. It's hard to swallow. And say i was a on shark tank. But it's true you know i. One of the biggest lessons i learned is the power of having a purpose based company to drive you. And i'll back up just a little bit to tell you that when i was on shark tank. I was there pitching a product. I was pitching a product. That i thought was really cool at found in italy and really expanded on this product in the united states. And when i was out there. And i had mark cuban and you know everybody just kind of coming on my shoulders. I really found myself digging in focused on. I know who. I am and what they're saying isn't directed at me directed at the

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"albert" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"albert" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Greg is here to discuss the aftermath of today's story while cover the narrative bikes vanessa. I'm thrilled to dive into the incredible impact. Chief albert luthuli absolutely now. Let's go back to just outside. Groutville in south africa on the morning of july twenty first nineteen sixty seven sixty nine year old albert john. Lew tooley was graying on separate occasions. He'd recently suffered a minor stroke and a heart attack as he grew older his eyesight and hearing were fading yet. Even then to the south african government. He was one of the most dangerous man in the country. Luthuli had been the target of multiple bands. That ordered him to remain within a strict distance from his home and never to speak publicly or communicate with his old comrades to ensure he complied government agents watched him like a hawk following him everywhere if he so much as sneezed. A man hiding in the bushes recorded it. When lou tuli went out for a morning stroll on july twenty first one of two things happened in the first version of the story the agents shadowing him dropped the ball and lost sight of him along. The railroad tracks groutville there. He met a tragic end in the other version. The government deliberately ensured lou. Tuli never returned home alive back when he worked as a teacher lou. Tuli a christians zulu chief realized that an education was a gift to be shared among all people at the time the partake government kept south african society segregated offering good schooling and opportunities so lead to white south africans. So in nineteen forty-five lou tuli joined the african national congress a party that represented all south africans in defiance of the white supremacist government. He became the anc president in nineteen fifty two and soon played an role in launching the defiance campaign. It was an anti-apartheid movement..

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"albert" Discussed on Malicious Life

Malicious Life

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"albert" Discussed on Malicious Life

"I die free. That's it for this episode. Thank you for listening. Albert gonzalez was one of the few greatest cybercriminals ever and his story is one of the most remarkable you ever hear but while mini series is now come to a close. There's a caveat you see albert stories so deep so crazy that even in three episodes ninety minutes we head to leave major major plot points out on the cutting room floor. Like here's something you might not have expected. The biggest reach albert had ever pulled off. We haven't even mentioned it yet. Seriously that tj maxx hack. Stealing tens of millions of credit cards from a good chunk of the population of an entire continent was merely the second biggest which albert and his crew pulled off for that and more tune in next week for a b side. Bonus conversation with nate nelson and sherry davydov as always website is malicious dot life. Where you'll find. All of our past episodes and full transcripts follow us on twitter at at militias life for interesting discussions and the occasional update or. Follow me at at ran levy. That's r. a. n. l. e. v. I and i'm always happy to hear about new ideas. And great stories for our future episodes. We also have a youtube channel with extra stuff and bonus material so look for malicious life on youtube militias. Life is produced by pi media. Make nelson is our senior producer. Sound design by benoa body. Do you have someone in your family whose story you wish to preserve for. Future generations apparent with an amazing life story a grandparent who fought in the second world war. Maybe we'll turn their story into a podcasts. So good your children will pass it down to their children as a family treasure. In fact i'll do it really. I love doing these stories. They are so much fun. So i'm planning to do the next few stories. We get personally from start to finish head on to family. Sounds dot co for more details and samples from the one hundred or so family sound stories. We have produced so far family. Sounds dot co. thanks to you. Sabah resume funded writing the podcast. Len more saba.

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"albert" Discussed on Malicious Life

Malicious Life

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"albert" Discussed on Malicious Life

"Here while he was standing trial. A judge ordered that albert receive a psychological evaluation report that followed the psychologist wrote quote. He identified with his computer. It is hard if not impossible. Even at the present for mr gonzalez to conceptualize human growth development and evolution other than in the language of building. A machine and albert's entire world was filtered through his computer. He was capable of doing really bad things because the consequences were out in the real world for real people betrayal of friends and family. The threat of identity fraud for middle class family did not occur in machine language. It was much different. For albert's right-hand men. patrick. Patrick wasn't obsessive like albert and john james for him there were arguably even better reasons to do bad things do. We spent most of his childhood in limbo raised by a single mother but mostly unsupervised. He began experimenting with computers and drugs as early as age eleven. He wasn't a genius businessman. Albert or prolific. Coder like jonathan. James computers were just a way of escaping and otherwise pretty unenviable situation at home. His mother remarried and had two kids but h fifteen. Patrick dropped out of high school and his mother divorced leaving him and his half siblings. In poverty family bounced from place to place eviction to eviction the ended up staying with family friends where according to wired quote his mother spent much of her time partying drinking and smoking pot and quote. It's not surprising. Then that patrick ended up with hashtag feed the goats the script kiddie irc channel. Were guys like albert john chris. Scott and steven. What would hang out and coordinate attacks against websites. But it was different with patrick. He liked the other guys in the fun of hacking shore but he ended up there for fundamentally different reasons. He wasn't like albert with the self-made enterpreneurial father or john. Who grew up money by age eighteen but rick's family was living at a residential hotel. But the didn't have enough rent money. They were facing yet another addiction so one day in two thousand and three. He told his mom what he was going to do. She gave him her blessing. So he took the bus into new york city and again cashing out cards for the cyber criminal albert gonzalez. The money he earned. Albert's mule was enough to pay for the rent and more soon the family was able to afford their own apartment. Albert seved patrick. On top of that was also the father figure. Patrick never had a bit older wiser taking him under his wing. They began spending all kinds of time together as albert escalated to more and more serious crimes. He brought patrick along the right. He rented a condo. And let petric live there free of charge more so than anyone else in the crew. Patrick really loved albert. It makes you think if you were in his position if you were facing yet another eviction from your home if you looked into your family's eyes and saw that there were struggling. What would it take for you to do really bad things curry clay katie draymond zaza corinne magic james worthy. Ac green byron scott. If you watch basketball you knew that we've an elite starting five you can do just about anything. Nobody could stop the nineties. Both or the sixties celtics by two thousand and six albert gonzalez had pulled off the greatest financial data breach in history to that point. But he didn't do it on his own. He had jonathan. James chris scott but we do and steven what behind the nineteen ninety. Seven chicago bulls of sabah. Crime also had a bench full of rule players at this time. Albert gonzales has built essentially an international syndicate sherry davidoff. Ceo of ellen g security numbers from these retailer networks and those are uploaded to servers that he hosts in lafayette and the ukraine and then he gives those card numbers to his business partners in order to convert those to actual money. The partners receive the car. Data copy them onto blanks and sell them at shady nightclubs around europe for three hundred dollars. A pop half the prophets go back to albert even with only half the prophets. It starts to add up. It gets to be so much in fact that even just getting the money to albert becomes logistical nightmare. This is before. Bitcoin member jonathan james for example. Set up a mail drop for him and that way his partners around the world could nail him cash to that male drives that other people could pick up. We're talking about boxes full of straight up cash. Exactly how much money. Albert me during this period is unknown. But if you want a sense of it consider this on one occasion. Albert's money counting machine actually broke from overuse. He complained to stephen to count three hundred. Forty thousand dollars by hand at this time. He also bought a bmw. He threw himself a birthday party for seventy five thousand dollars. People's stepped up with drugs booze curls. He's staying luxury hotels on one occasion. Five thousand dollar penthouse suite in a beachside resort south beach florida. According to nbc's american dream on top of their normal drugs albert and his friends made special concoctions. Called magic milkshakes cookies and cream. Ice cream smoke shrooms. Lsd and ecstasy all thrown in a blender. There were too many drugs and not enough mouths and noses to inhale them. There was nobody around. Stop them and too much money to spend even if they tried. They were living the dream. Cleanest their version of it. But you've seen crime movies before what always happens right after the bad guys think they've won when they pull off the job they're rich and they think they've finally done. The movie never ends there. What's the next scene on one afternoon. In the spring of two thousand eight albert and petrich to were driving back from an ordinary recon mission scouting the point of sale machines at toys r. Us from the new york times quote a sports car with.

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"albert" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"albert" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Albert on that call for NBC goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy picks up the count. My trophy is the playoff M V P and Sons and Bucks will play Game two of the NBA Finals tonight in Phoenix. Milwaukee trails 10 in that series tip off seven o'clock that sports and Brandon crystalline calendars radio over the Broncos. Boston Rockies video time 6 16 right now. In Colorado's morning news. State officials have closed to swim beach at Cherry Creek State Park. High levels of harmful bacteria in the water. The closure was announced yesterday will continue until bacteria levels returned to normal. The closure came on the same day that the beach of Chatfield State Park was reopened. The beach had closed Tuesday after the harmful bacteria was found in the water there additional C P W. Announced the voluntary closure yesterday. The agency says low water flow and warm water temperatures are stressing fish in the river and the area that runs roughly from Kremlin to rifle. CBW says that the closure could become mandatory if conditions do not improve. The man known as the Q and in Shaman is undergoing a competency examination at a federal prison here in Colorado. Jacob Anthony chancellor is undergoing that process at the Englewood Federal Correctional Institute as he awaits trial on charges connected with the January 6th riot at the US Capitol. Notice of the exam was submitted as part of a status update from the District of Columbia is acting U. S Attorney. A federal judge allowing Georgia's new voting lodge stay in place. The Coalition for Good Governance recently filed a lawsuit which challenged the new deadline for absentee ballot requests. The judge said that he won't be making any last minute changes since some of the elections are ongoing this month, and he doesn't want to see disruption U S Justice Department has filed a separate lawsuit over a new idea requirement and ballot drop boxes. In Georgia President Biden Vice President Kamala Harris could be holding separate events today to promote voting rights in the US NBC's Tracy Pots. He and Vice President Harris meet with civil rights leaders after the Senate failed to consider legislation and the Supreme Court upheld restrictions in Arizona. The president could be holding a private meeting with groups, including the AKP in the National Urban League, reportedly to discuss their efforts to protect voting rights. And see dot says that Steel Street will be closed in both directions this weekend for the central 70 Project. Officials say the closure will begin Friday at eight p.m.. It's going to last until five a.m. on Monday. Officials added that this will be the last closure of the project that requires hotel vouchers for residents in that area Coming up on Colorado's morning news, we're going to get you caught up and everything that's going on with the Ulster Weekend All Star game. In fact, 50 to 80 Has a full list of activities for you that you can access online. That way. You have an opportunity to see what you can do and partaken. Then we're asking on social media today. This morning, Twitter and Facebook. Are you excited about the game being here in Denver and all the festivities activities? You can reply on Twitter and on Facebook. We're going to take a look at the drive.

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"albert" Discussed on Malicious Life

Malicious Life

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"albert" Discussed on Malicious Life

"Monitoring everything that they do the us government now has an unobstructed view into almost all the activity happening on the biggest sabah crime website in the world right down to the most granular levels. The book kingpin describes what they found quote. There were deals every day and every night with a weekly surge. In trading sunday evenings the transactions ranged from petty two gargantuan on may nineteenth agents watched one user transfer one hundred fifteen thousand credit card numbers to another number in july. Another user moved counterfeit. Uk passport in august. Someone sold fake new york driver's license and empire bluecross health insurance card and city university of new york student. Id card to a member in need of full identification portfolio. And it's like this but a hundred times over the agents record everything. They can't after a few months when they've gathered enough evidence. It's time for phase. Three albert is sent to the secret service. Hq in washington dc just before nine pm eastern time he gets on a keyboard albert halls and meeting online and when he does that people listen he gets the shadow her leaders and key members into a chat forum meanwhile in twenty eight locations across eight us states and six countries law enforcement agents are quietly gathering around houses weapons drawn. The investigators really need to link the person at the keyboard to the stuff that they're to the to their online personas so it's important to catch them in the act as it were. Albert keeps the shadow crew members talking until nine pm strikes then. All at once twenty-eight fron doors bust open. They put out an indictment with sixty two counts at a public press release and this is like the biggest cybercriminals bust in history. Nineteen individuals would end up being indicted many served years long prison sentences so this is not only a bust and something where the leaders and some buyers and sellers can be held accountable. It's also serving as a warning for others which is very frightening to hackers and cybercriminals underground by october twenty seventh the homepage of shit. Oh crude dot com looked a lot different than usual in a move. Reminiscent of the keebler elves. The secret service defaced. The page posting their logo at the top and stock photo of a man behind bars. Then in all caps quote contact your local united states secret field office before we contact you and quote fittingly shadow cruise slogan for those who wished to play in. The shadows was crossed out. There were no more shadows to plane. If you're a defender fighting to protect your organization from cyber attackers you must be successful ending attacks every single time. They only need to be successful once. Cyber reason rivers is the attackers advantage. Our future ready attack platform gives defenders the wisdom to uncover understand and piece together multiple threats and the precision focused to insider attacks instantly cyberrays and cyberattacks from end points to everywhere. The bust dubbed operation. Fire was a resounding success. The biggest in cyber history to that point albert gonzalez transformed from most wanted to most loud. But it didn't take long for his fellow. Comrades from shero crew to realize that just one person inconspicuously avoided being arrested. Albert's co workers at the secret service urged him to move back home to miami for his own safety. He did but continued to work as a paid informant in series of new investigations again. He was outstanding. He was such a good secret service employees in fact that the head him do seminars and speak at government conferences. At one point he met personally with the then director of the secret service. Albert gave a presentation and gotta shake the man's hand. It's a remarkable redemption story. You'd have to say there was just one caveat you see albert gonzalez went from stealing millions of credit cards to quarterbacking the largest cybercrime bust in. Us history and then he went back even before he got to. Miami albert was researching how to reach corporate networks. Why would he think to go back there. I think albert was addicted to hacking. I think it was a lifestyle for him at that point and remember all his friends are doing it. It's it's his community. In some sense it's debatable whether albert quote unquote went back to hacking or simply never stopped. I'm not sure there was ever a clean break. That albert really stopped working with quote the dark side. I think that this was a continuous process for him. You need to try and get out of your own head and place yourself in his for a moment think back on everything you heard earlier in this story but was albert actually doing for the secret service. Was he helping bust shero crew and other cybercrime operations. Yes was he performing the ultimate data-breach by convincing the us government to grant him access to their internal systems and communications in order to better understand their capabilities and weaknesses. Crazy as it sounds that to exactly what his motivations were at any given point in time art to this day only known to him. Maybe there was a time when as his secret. Service co workers believed. He genuinely turned to the good side. Maybe he liked working with them but never quite gave up the idea of going back. Or it's entirely possible likely. Even that albert gonzalez was a triple agent. The entire time actually not even triple. We're going to have to come up with a new term entirely a triple agent. Is somebody pretending to be a double agent for one side while actually acting as a double agent for the other side albert wasn't pretending though he was doing good work for the us government and enjoying it while also infiltrating them and gathering information. He could use later for malicious purposes. What do you call that a.

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"albert" Discussed on Malicious Life

Malicious Life

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"albert" Discussed on Malicious Life

"Albert was brought into an nypd station quickly. News of his arrest reached the of the us attorney in new jersey and also the secret service would be investigating shadow crew. It's a bit strange. Maybe why did the people who bodyguard the president care about computer hackers so over the years of course as digital crimes emerged that has evolved into the secret service investigating really all kinds of digital financial crimes escorting presidents and investigating hackers. Don't get it either but there you go. They investigate this type of fraud. But they're not making a whole lot of progress on so after gonzalez has caught. He's debriefed and word gets to the electronic crimes task for his and they realized that albert could potentially help them nab other people who are committing the same types of crimes. They didn't just want albert. They wanted shadow crew and he wasn't in a position to tell them no. They had his computer with millions of stolen credit cards on it already in evidence. He later recalled to a new york. Times reporter how quote. I was twenty two years old and scared. When you have a secret service agent in your apartment telling you you'll go away for twenty years. You'll do anything i think. That's a really poignant quote because again albert really did care about the community. He didn't feel good about busting other people. But it's clear. He felt like he was between a rock and a hard place. I know what i do. In his position. I start squealing lack a pig at the time. He's also addicted to drugs. Cocaine other drugs. He also smoked so he's not in a very good place from a health perspective and he needs more money to support his habits than he has. The secret service Handed albert view. He couldn't refuse. They offered to pay for his living expenses. They helped him work through his withdrawal and inex- exchange. They wanted him to help them. They also offered to not throw him in jail. The even proposed salary of seventy five thousand dollars a year adjusting for inflation. That's six figures in today's money. Pretty good job offer even if you're not on the hook for international cyber theft albert wasn't completely out of his mind. He accepted their terms. And that means if you're keeping track the guy who got a job at an isp by hacking them now landed a job with the government by stealing from millions of people. You've got to admit. He stands out from other job candidates though it must have made foreign awkward first date on the job. He didn't blend in with his coworkers. One secret service agent recall that quote. He was extremely thin. He smoked a lot. His clothes were disheveled. So now they partner up albert and the secret service. I can't imagine that it was an immediately good partnership so interesting. You said that because by all accounts it was by all accounts was an amazing partnership. Albert was closest with an agent named michael. Michael told the times quote in the beginning he was quiet and reserved but then he started opening up. He started to trust us. He was very respectable. very nice. very calm very well. Spoken albert was an excellent educator. He was very patient. He was very calm. He is very nice. He built friendships with the secret service. Agents you really open their eyes and help them understand his world and how it worked between seemed like albert was trying to help another agent told the new york times how he could be very disarming. If you let your guard down. I was well aware that was dealing with master of social engineering and seven. But i never got the impression he was trying to deceive us and quote. Albert developed genuine relationships with some of the agents. A couple of his buddies called soup after his hecker handle and these stability of his new lifestyle started having a positive effect on his welby. He may have come in extremely thin and disheveled but quote over time he gained weight started cutting his hair shorter and shaving every day. It was having a good effect on his health and quote. in short albert had redeemed himself. He turned the corner. He no longer had to still credit cards in deal really shady underbelly of society. But the thing about obsession is nazi illogical. It makes you do things that are against your own.

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"albert" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"albert" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"This week marv of course the longtime voice of the nba nbc tnt among others. Just a legendary figure in nba circles. He is gonna walk away at the end of these playoffs in two thousand seventeen. I sat down with marv albert to talk about his entire career everything from the beginning to some of his key moments. It was a great conversation. We're bringing that conversation back for the purposes of this podcast. Stick around great conversation with marv albert coming up now or marv. Albert is broadcast super bowls stanley cup. Finals he has worked championship tennessee..

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"albert" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"albert" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Will is bill but bill. So i love that actually. That's a quick funny thing to on the fucking forget because people don't like. I definitely talked about this before. There's a significant amount of people. That don't understand that billy show from for william and i remember I got in trouble at work one day. I was doing something i shouldn't. And all i heard in the back is will yom servers over. She's like what's a william tells like. Why what what would you say so a name. Yeah yeah william did you put your balls not manned sandwich I did it once. So yeah so. We said he wanted to take grace to the party with him that evening. Elder albert bud was a porter for the united states life insurance society. There's a life insurance society back then. Life insurance society was probably getting bach. Everybody was dying grace or a lot of money because everyone's paying for it and be like you know we'll do we'll just make sure kids have enough money to get by for a year and we'll take the rest so grace had a younger sister beatrice beatrice is a big name. He's got chased from a truce. Yeah gross. I know his across state. Sorry once it's really gross. Two older brothers. Edward and george if your heart and your name's beach i don't carry names. Okay better be good luck. So obviously she had a younger brother on go in the family. Detail there's a albert bud to number two the second. I know grace left with fish that day but never to return those guys a fucking report for life insurance. But he's going to last you in the ass. So the police arrested sixty-six-year-old superintendent charles edward pope on september fifth nineteen thirty as a suspect in grace's disappearance. They resident him. Not the fucking. Go away his name. That guy looks all listen. I didn't do this funny. He was accused by popes estrange. Wife so at charles. Edward pope so charles's wife his estranged wife. My ex probably seems like he'd do something like he's fucking crazy. It's amazing how many what's that the third referenced. A divorce back nine hundred which is surprising. Actually but back. Then it's like you need a really good excuse like no. You need to be like i die if i don't second wife divorced him but his first wife just left and that was the way to do it back then use packed up and left to start a new life somewhere else. I mean what you do and nobody do. You would just find another man with money and you would just go that way because we have a hard time getting jobs back then you either made or you work as a housewife. I work as a housewife. The asking you to so he spent he spent this guy spend one hundred eight days in jail between his arrest and trial in december. Twenty second nineteen thirty. He was found not guilty. He's like do this shit on my for. My wife hates me so november. I remember talking to as scared. And that's why after he said rebecca came from. That's a perfect look. Do fucking thing they do. I literally from sin ti ti espino. Mad tv is mad. tv stewart. That was now setv. There's a restaurant is now now. It was mad tv. Tv s it was is syria is his name for sure. I literally justed that today. But he came over and i was like scrivener. Hey greg can do. And they're just like kick. Look i can do so in november nineteen thirty. An anonymous letter was sent grace grace's parents which ultimately led the police to fish mass. Bud was this is so bad so anonymous letter cash. Somebody letter to from fish to grace's pero relishing what he did. You liked to relish okay. He wanted the night with four. Yeah no ketchup. On was a literate. She could not read probably a good thing but her her son had to read her. The letter owed him the unaltered letter complete with fishes misspellings and grammar errors reads. But i'm going to play a clip for you. That i did in billings gonna shut the fuck up my dear ms but i don't want to any nine hundred. Eighty a friend of mine. Shipped as a deckhand on the steamer tacoma captain. John davis they sailed from san francisco duan kong china on arriving there he into other one ashore and god drunk when they returned the bow was gone at the time there was famine in china of any kind was from a dollar to three dollars a pound so great was the suffering among the very poor that all children under twelve will saw two butchers to be cut up and sold for food in order to keep them from starving. A boy girl under fourteen was not safe on the streets. You could go to any shop and ask for steak chops. Are stu mead. Part of the naked body of a boy or girl would be brought out in. Just what you wanted to court from boy girls behind which the sweetest part of the body in sold as view godless brought the is bryce. John said there long. You acquired a taste for human flesh on his return to new york. He's tool two boys. One seven one eleven took them to his own stripped them naked tied them in a closet and then burned everything they had on several times every day and night he spanked him georgia them to make their meet good and tender. I you killed eleven year old boy because he had the fat his dad and of course the most meat on it every board of his body was cooked and eaten except the head bones. in god's he was roasted in the oven. All of boiled broiled fried stewed. Little boy was next went the same way. At the time i was living at four hundred nine east on wood street rear right side. He told me so often how good human flesh was. I made up my mind to taste it on sunday. June third nineteen twenty eight. I called on you at four hundred and six west fifteenth street brought. You bought shoes strawberries. We had lunch greece sun on my lap and kissed me. I made my mind up to eat her on the pretense of taking her to a party. You said he has. She could go to an empty house in westchester. I already big joe when we got there. I told her to remain outside. She picked wildflowers..

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"albert" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"albert" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Give a bunch of fisheries kit cats not the same shit. The joke is supposed to be you. Give fish albert fish kid. He'll eat for a week. That's fucking cool. Dad jokes fuck up all right. Welcome to the show. This is strange brew. Podcast trench mccracken those beers. I have on this episode swish it up and had some beer. I've a good old bone shaker unfiltered pale and i got the new flying monkeys beer in time surfing. It's fucking good. I had it last week. And i liked. It is good a percent seven percent beers. I think we're done shouting beers until i started getting paid for the shit. All right showed that we're drinking beer. I just want free beer. That's all i want free. That will be like. That's success to me. I just want every single day to have somebody else slowly. Kill me and pay for it. Okay that'd be cool alright. So we're diving. Into one of the most infamous serial killers. I'm super excited. If you're a fan of true crime in serial killers you'll know who exactly who this is. But we're going to get into the nitty gritty details and we're talking about. Who's that todman. Oh that opposite of albert fish all right so this dive into it likes. Let's talk about Albert fish so hamilton howard albert fish was known for being one of the most vile pedophile. Serial child killers and cannibals of all time. Plus a shitty last name fish this way to what they used to call when he was a kid. And that's why i changed. Albert fish stinky fishy because his name was hamilton fish. Would you call trying to think of a joke to call like an inside. The kids used to call him ham and eggs all right anything like that so after his capture he admitting admitted to molesting more than four hundred children in torturing and killing several of them. It's a law in this. A lot of shows. This is one of those stories. Were taking from the word of a serial killer so be be wary weary weary be weary of what like all what comes out of this guy's mouth because he's a fucking maniac. That's for sure. I don't think like the brag. Yeah yeah they do so like. It's yeah i kind of want to say they're going to be credible because it's ridiculous but like at the same time geordie serving life in prison you might as well make your seem even more about us. Yes then we'll like the guy said that we don't know if the statement is true or not if it was four hundred kids but he said he he like raped kid in every state. That's what hits bragging. Rights were four fifty. It's a lot less than four hundred rental. He can't count states. There's two hundred was also known as the gray man. The werewolf of wisteria episode that The brooklyn vampire the moon maniac and the boogeyman no not years literally the boogeyman. He's like the definition of what i like in fish was a small gentle looking man who appeared kind and trusting yet. Go after the kids. Yeah yet once along with his victims the monster inside him was unleash a monster so perverse in cruel that his crime seem unbelievable pictures. That's scary movie three or the pastors babysitting. The kid nigga closed the door. He's like don't worry. Johnny have a great time. The door grabs the lotions ninety or get into his childhood. Albert fish was born in washington. Dc on may nineteenth eighteen. Seventy two randall. And ellen howell fish fishes. Father was an american of english ancestry and his mother was a scottish irish bitch. American his father was forty three years older than his mother. That's a huge debts. You're gonna say father's forty three and his mother was like thirty nine forty three years older so it was twenty. If she was twenty he was sixty three. Yeah if he was forty four she was one a girl very important when she ate out of fucking fifty one eight so bad all right. That's very our got it from. His father was eight years old and his mother and seventy five years old. At the time of albert's birth so there's another sixty fifty forty thirty two years old. He just snatched her up from the street. And you're my wife. That's that's not a -rageous though she's thirty two and he's seventy five. Yeah she had albert so they had other kids six other. That happens all the time. All right whatever like twenty one year old with a fifty year old. No it'd be. It'd be altered in that it'd be twenty hundred sixty four so fucked up. Though kazaa fish was the youngest child. It had three living sib siblings. So what does liberty. And did they die died in the womb. Because she was like okay she was an old he was old his sperm or some trunks after a some might have lived and then just died alter and enter to win was his siblings. That's crazy though. His dad was like seventy five when he had albert so the time data party died when he was like fucking ten five. who knows. it's back in the fucking beginning of the nineteenth century and shit so yeah like you didn't live that long no like even as the beginning okay. Seventy five still pushing back then to rate with all the shit that went around and lack of medicine he wished to be known as albert After a dead sibling to escape so after a dead simply so so one of his brothers his name was albert. Kinabalu name albert. Because the kids know me hermanez. Because i don't like that he was still fun of him out of fishes a bad name and then he was given to an orphanage and what she spent much of his childhood porous. Fuck all these kids and this or too many. His dad died his mom. We'll get into kind of went insane but only huge. I'm going to go ahead and say she is insane but for children. Look who you're fucking decrepit bay. They can still get it hard. Ask yourself do. I have issues so see proper counseling. Fishes family had a history of mental illness. His uncle suffered from mania. What's media like. Billy has its ups and downs conference shit. Those much open. One of his brothers was confined in a state mental hospital. Jesus and his sister any was dying. Just i know and his his sister. Anne was diagnosed with a mental affliction. I don't know what that is. She bipolar maybe. She's probably just a woman she's showed at everybody for no reason okay. Three other relatives were diagnosed with mental illness and his mother had oral orally oral and visual aural. Pardon a. r. a. l. auroral. Are you trying to say like she was hearing shit. Yes so. I don't know to get out here all right. She wasn't sure she wasn't dreaming. Was sucking cock. I don't think that she was elucidating. Constantly fishes father. Randall was riverboat. Captain and by eighteen seventy a fertilize fertilizer manufacturer. So albert was used to smell in shit. All day we'll get some very disgusting later. Which may be. He's already had his foot in the door and then this guy just pushed him in there. The l. y'all c. c. I'll see you billy..

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"albert" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"albert" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"Successful personalities subscribe now to get access to future episodes. The biography of Albert Einstein. Albert Einstein was born on March fourteenth eighteen, seventy nine in a city called dual in the German empire both his parents Father Herman and mother pauline came from Jewish merchant families. When he was a kid, Herman Einstein Love Mathematics. So he went to stewed guard, which was seventy five miles away for high school however due to his family's financial condition and also because many colleges did not accept Jewish students at that time he did not go to college instead he returns to his village and got into trade a few years later he moved to with his parents because you will was an industrial center. When he was twenty nine years old he married the eighteen year old pauline coke three years later on March fourteenth eighteen, seventy nine, their first son was born initially they wanted to name the boy Abraham which was Herman's father's name but the name sounded too Jewish, so they named him Albert instead. After a year of Albert's birth Herman's business started failing so Herman moved with his family to Munich where his younger brother had opened a gas and electrical supply company eventually, the company would get so big that at a point, it would employ two hundred people and was set to compete against Siemens. One year later in eighteen eighty one, Albert's younger sister Maria also known as module was born. When Albert Einstein was a kid to major incidents happened that changed his life forever. When he was four or five years old his father gave him a magnetic compass looking at the needle move little Einstein froze the fact that the needle moved without Einstein even touching it fascinated him. It made him believe that there was something hidden behind things. This created an Einstein, a lifelong lust for the forces of nature which would come to define who he was. that. Around the same time, his mother, a pianist made him take violin lessons. This would create and Little Einstein Lifelong devotion to music in his later years whenever he would hit a roadblock in his experiments and did not know what to do. He would take his violin and start playing Mozart's tunes or improvising melodies, and suddenly he would stumble upon a solution to the problem. These two incidents changed Albert Einstein's life completely. As a kid Einstein had trouble in learning to talk. So when he was two years old, he developed a peculiar habit before he said anything out loud. He wanted to make sure that the entire sentence sounded properly. So he repeated it within himself to make sure it doesn't sound gibberish looking at his behavior people started thinking that he would never be able to learn at all. Even the Weinstein soon proved everyone wrong. This little habit continued throughout his life as a result he suffered from a mild case of. A. Psychiatric Disorder in which a person is compelled to repeat the other person's spoken words. Then his later life Einstein would come to believe that this slow verbal development actually contributed to his success things like light gravitation electricity et Cetera are intriguing to kids. But as they grow up, they lose the offer these little things as other things take precedence. However, Einstein was different the stage where he was fascinated by these little things came a little late in his childhood. So even after he became an adult, the trivial stuff never ceased to amaze him. Due to his difficulty with language. Einstein started to think in pictures rather than in words unlike normal people who think in words and speak it out Einstein used to think in pictures and then translated into words before speaking it out. This made him a genius because it helped him visualize the concepts in mathematics and theoretical physics in his mind. Schooling. Feinstein's parents were not religious. So when he was six years old, they sent him to a Catholic school which didn't teach anything about their religion even though the year was eighteen, eighty, five anti Semitism the hatred against Jews was already prevalent in elementary schools in Germany. So Little Einstein was often bullied by his schoolmates therefore little Einstein started feeling like an outsider who didn't belong there. When he was nine years old, he joined the Louisville Gymnasium unlike the previous school this school had a teacher who taught him and other Jews about their culture and religion. As a child, Einstein disliked playing even though other children played near him, he never joined them instead he sat alone pondering over the forces of nature and solving mathematical problems during the summer vacations he studied the following years textbooks instead of playing with other children therefore, since primary school, he was the top of his class thus even though he struggled with language early on, it did not stop him from becoming exceptionally good at his studies. When he was in his fifties, allegations arose claiming that he had failed in mathematics as a child. It was meant to motivate underachieving students by showing them that even Einstein had failed in mathematics however, in response to these allegations, Einstein explained that he had never failed in mathematics to prove him right. The principle of his high school released a letter showing how good his grades were. So next time, if you see a social media post claiming that Albert Einstein failed in mathematics as a child, don't believe it. When Einstein was ten years old as part of their Jewish culture his family invited a poor medical student to dine with them. Every Thursday. The medical student called Max. Talmud was twenty one years old at that time. He gave Einstein a geometry book that Einstein would have learned only two years later according to the school schedule Initially Talmud Help Tyne Stein solved the problems in that book. But within a few months, Einstein had mastered the book after finishing the Book Einstein. Started learning higher mathematics by the age of thirteen. He had already mastered Algebra Euclidean geometry and Calculus Talmud who was amazed by Einstein's mathematical genius could no longer follow him anymore. Talmadge also brought Einstein several science books. One of the noteworthy books among these was an illustrated series. The series consisted of twenty one little volumes. Einstein read these books thoroughly they explained the relation between physics and biology and reported the scientific experiments at that time. In great detail, these books seem to have become influential in Einstein's life helping him create thought experiments, which eventually led to the theory of relativity. At this age Einstein also started taking an active interest in philosophy he started following the works of Immanuel. Kant. Renown German philosopher. Not a citizen of any country. In Eighteen, ninety, four when Einstein was fifteen years old, his father's company closed down due to bankruptcy. So his father decided to set up a smaller company with less investment in Italy. Consequently, his family moved to Italy however Einstein stayed back of the Relatives House to finish the last three years of school. During that time, his teachers started to disapprove of his visual imaginative approach to learning which was indispensable to him. Since Childhood Einstein never really liked the German authoritarian teaching methods he felt that being a part of the education system with an established hierarchy felt like being a machine. So he quit school and went to Italy where his parents were thereafter, he decided to study by himself joined the Zurich Polytechnic College in Switzerland. Even. Though Einstein had successfully escaped the German authoritarian education.

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"albert" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"albert" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Albert Reynolds joins us now do you have yes this coming out of the Tracy press so come November Tracy voters will have a say in one of the next phases of the cannabis regulation in the city the Tracy city council unanimously agreed on Tuesday to put a measure on the November third ballot that will ask voters to approve a commercial cannabis tax okay very interesting you know what I I asked over to roll up some queen you have a little bit of queen because there's some news with regards to queen out there this morning with regards to the guitarist Brian may yeah but so the guitarist Brian may of queen revealed that he suffered a severe heart attack he said he was very near death wow but he says I'm ready to rock well for me to go but it was either an astrophysicist he is yeah he's super smart smart guy mmhm got a big old mop of hair yes seventy two years old ones grapes sorry to hear you have this heart attack but he's recovered now it was earlier this month and he made the revelation I yesterday so as in the Daily News this morning Medicare's gonna join us in about three minutes or so to talk a little bit more about churches and what they're going to look like on Sunday okay because in California there are there going to be open for business on a very limited basis I might add right so services are going to change so we'll talk to her she has been chatting with some pastors and we'll have much more in about three minutes news breaking news traffic weather stay connected with news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. on fifteen thirty A. on your radio app hi we have a lot of good news that we're rolling out as things continue to re open which is great for the state of California but I have some more good news to share and this comes from the good feet store all of their stores are now open we're talking Sacramento Roseville Modesto Christina here for the good feet store they are in compliance with all of the state of California rules so you can now walk into their store to get your arch support getting program or if you're not comfortable leaving the house yet or maybe you need to stay at home for people not wanting to come into the store they are continuing their virtual program which is their stay at home arch support fitting program and these are supports they can change lives I know they did for me I you know I planter fasciitis you're running a lot you're walking on the trail a lot a lot of people are doing a lot more that outdoor exercise right now and that can be very hard on your.

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"albert" Discussed on Albert Campbell with Wellfound

Albert Campbell with Wellfound

29:23 min | 3 years ago

"albert" Discussed on Albert Campbell with Wellfound

"When did you get into the military what your whole life teen nineteen. Is this the army the marines no air for air force you wanna fly or did you know no no not like that at all to do it will run the in my <hes> father was <hes> a work for roulston elsa bring no which is you know capital all that purina yeah interesting yeah eh but eventually their headquarters in saint louis and <hes> and so we moved to saint louis and during world war two at the end and <hes> and so <hes> and i went to high school their own your high school i wanted to go to college and all of them. I decided to oren got this idea. I decided that i would do would be to get a sort of the van truck and and get all the welding and machine equipment tools and and then go round two farms and flicked up for the good you know well and and all of that for sure well that was okay uh-huh <unk> dad's arrived he kinda one college <hes> so <hes> he should willis soloist. Let's go visit some colleges you know once he would so in agriculture i really didn't have agricultural background really and so we went to kinda state which is agriculture culture college and then we went to oklahoma state and we'll have to preserve of course the university went to oklahoma state and <hes> that was gonna need. I like that that <hes> they said well. We say that <hes> you ought to get more agricultural. Experience is going to major in it so so there's <hes> i think you could find a job and get all kinds onto experience at panhandle a._m. Oklahoma's school out in the pan handle a <hes> diamond oakland noura garmin oklaho- timing so anyway. That's what happened. I graduated waited and then as soon as i graduated i went out there to west france this summer. They're working on on this farm. We'll get everything everything you think of chickens cows plowing planting everything i was kind of neat and there's a lot of story behind that they really out of the program they everything they harvested pretty much go into the freezer and that they could save that would lead to students and it was cheap really neat nap l. anyway the latter part of june komo date now with the korean war started and the north grandjean beta child korea and <hes> there was a sued americans. They're not many weird occupied that we read it. In the united states at occupied replied it was a it was helped by japanese japanese held korea iran in korea from nineteen thirty four so they've been there all those years and then when we do we just hand we occupied <hes> japan and we all agree so they were pretty well in bamako well then the north koreans had invaded south korea the and they moved right down and practically girls the united and the south korean vault rug much lap well anyway my long story short them waclaw waclaw than governor organized united states went in and drove them back and when they went back into actually invaded went into north korea and then and it was going really well and mcgarth or was he he didn't he didn't like chinese communist and so it's all well and the communist taken over in china and i guess he doing out or yeah an idiot but anyway so when you know we went back they went clear up to the reservoir which is right on the border order of china and then the chinese came over the whole thing went back down john is it went down in south korea has sold and <hes> that point then they finally kinda ducked behind them and drove back out again well anyway long story short by then it was february of a uh be one and <hes> and in the meantime meantime what happened with joan and safety and while i was on this farm and my buddy and i were gung on hold until we decided that we would join them rains okay so we went down to oklahoma city where we're conjoined while he was at my buddy was from oklahoma city and the dallas kind of a physician or surgeon or something. I forgot forgot heart of events. Maybe a way below not going to rain right off right when at back saint louis then at the end of the summer a <hes> joins the missouri army say in missouri army air air national guard was so far the army and how now we have more tan brown close off air not blue like the air force so anyway and then what happened after that was that we were in in this guard unit and and lord behold activated and senators pigou or one of the first thing we did we went to wisconsin and <hes> and then then then the we went basic in palm. They went through. They send us to vermont interesting. Yeah yeah and what we're supposed to do there was to we. We're building a radar towers. Okay on the canadian border uh-huh okay. I guess we're gonna protect ourselves from the canadian these they're pretty threatening right yeah yeah and so was there for a while and my job was working with. Oh whatever really. I was a working post office multiplayer. It was the motor fool because i'd have on volley experience so anyway okay then then i met a girl at the university and to forty nine year old realm but how when you're nineteen eighteen yeah so i volunteered regret career when they sent a arrived there and oh royalty under bark mark okay is that in one thousand nine hundred fifty one nine hundred scared. Were you scared oh now like anything stupid over a long time but anyway they sent <hes> k fourteen which is kim po which is garth less than solely on deemed tempo and airbase was built by the japanese and <hes> we had had just occupied and <hes> or we you know because over and they had moved out of your chinese left you're in after after the end of march so the work of deng cleaned it up and and so <hes> eleven months they're mostly my job was to <hes> ron equipment but <hes> well twenty eight months looked after the we have three generators that ran they were what they call murphy's rattler electric city for area. I was attached to a australian okay and and they and so these these three generator from that's why i did it for three months. While is a problem what happened was that at the end of world war two. You had a lot of g._i.'s been you know we're got into the national guard and reserves all that the time everybody who is anybody had some kind of rancor stamps are masters all the and <hes> he's got. Not you know they're not going to do our right so i got her first night about probably in the afternoon sometime and the that that's another story. I just go on forever anyhow route. Oh prostrate talk today and they don't mean to they survey said what is this. We were living in a college town <hes> they're. They're looked like that that's better than escort cards in you know those aren't bad but as far as they were just tunnel at tesla they did have a floor however wasn't yeah <hes> so anyway we got there and <hes> an answer downtown account kind of governor organized and then they said oh by the way you're gonna be on yeah okay club so anyway they they they send us out and they they took the income of jeeplike thing now no like okay go. Turn the lights because you've got a sniper yeah found and said okay this. You're going to regard from here here the fly darden. I can't see this before your andrew your guard duty and then we'll take down to the other end okay the other one. Don't worry either end is don't don't fly like don't like cigarettes anything yeah wherever you are there. Was this one so oh there and all of a long night you know air all by oh yourself. You don't know what you're doing so anyway and then all of a sudden sudden boom all you can do sit out five of the city. Now we don't march you know bartsch vote just ongoing north one during that first artery go the life partner got like you know forever yeah and i was was guarding <hes> to call them feel well which petroleum okay. They were barreled in one happen tonight. Explaining flu okay yeah good call good cooler and the third mark coup the little scurry told you anyway survived that one law so all of those but <hes> we were privates goal airman first class uh-huh and an audio jordan was a we have to do that for about three or four wakes up magin almost every night and then they put me in charge of these generators. I never did anything else again. No more guard duty and then i work like crazy change only alone these things work <hes> and all of that take care of the logical parlance yeah and then yeah they sent me four guys go after thirty months such a good job auto started getting people coming in that we're had lower wrecked yeah so i allah retired. I just let them do it. Yeah and then we're in combat jones. <hes> we are what my call points and not more points you get to junior. Go home okay points. What's something that you could do. Earn points will just being there champion tom that on more than if you're the laura somewhere behind them just say eleven months eighteen oh uh-huh buddy who went over there at the same time i did. He was down reports on her someplace and he was there like a year and a half. Oh yeah he had some rank right. He was three strokes anyway. <hes> that was that part of the experience jordan every but really you know i would <hes> then then we had the interesting telling somebody the other day i guess last week tone talking to my daughter about that we would our pledge to worse clothes really and all you could you could send them out goups job to the locals and sometimes you get back sometimes you would you know the so we have the pick all the eighth yo which got free free postage jong had a a container made of fiberglass girls hard art and had strapped around it and so i would take my clothes and i put it in there and i said mother her. Okay take about two weeks. That's awesome if i sent my yeah so that was thank you all a castro strike. We'll see more fair what they were flon. Ruin mate call your you yet they will they will do they put mom on thing top of blondes and they were they file they were the bridges and stuff and uh they loaded up so they wouldn't even bother foot on hell or anything and they would find gone five minutes and we back proud evolve your i bet they they just set set during the cockpit and they've put the bomb or everywhere and then we've got interesting. The australians would fly that you were attached to the shoe. That's awesome great airplane. Really you know they have about six or eight. That's awesome. Do you ever get to work on any of those planes or were you. Just you know we have oh talent as we have fifty one. 's okay to got please your wallet someplace anyway. The <hes> one was <hes> was a jet. They were the ones that were finding some major and the ones where leftover from world war two they were great because they care colonel automotive ara for a fighter and and they would they give for bridges and and so they would crash a lot and what happened is they would comment with all those that needed needed something we leave out so we worked on troths have no idea what we're we do know that's very and then after we got it fixed up again they would turn them off their time on okay okay what they ever did with them. Yeah i know they ask yeah. Good manuals may take our show you how to do stuff and we will lead to engine panel. All you know no earthly the oregon we had had one on staff sergeant evans who would who knew a little bit until responsible size. Somebody knows something new awards up yeah. That's funny do you so you spent eleven months in korea was at the only time you you were sent abroad in. Your military service feels nice. The government just activated so i four years in guard had i was active duty for i guess you cou to us for years. Burger erected judy in the air force. Yeah yeah we going over for mon was do in the wintertime we got there november and it was the worst winter ever had robin to this day okay and <hes> what snow ours but changed on my car <hes> probably about thanksgiving thanksgiving shortly after okay okay until ah one i left there still long and that was in february one time the cia mush no they had. I could live there now. Lure rink piles of it yeah and then then in fact the time crush on time they gave us late. Go home for christians so my buddy's got. My car was a forty one ford. We could get the train at albany. Albany new york's trying to get down to automate we started out and and they had <hes> moved the snow and it was one lane okay on this on this major highway away now just one lane one lane and it was like a three at least on the sides and if you met anybody you've ahead this crazy him by actually pushing into does a snow all yep. That's crazy. Oh article where huffy so we got albany and the train look we're gonna reach train and we wait till we just parked on the street okay a crossover the car still there when he got back yeah so we're all doesn't train saint louis and we i guess we have a week yeah got back couldn't find a car that was all all all of ours and covered with a borrowed a shovel from more of the stores there yeah vara shovel ooh jungle things started yeah that at finding it i have for the only way when i go back to your mom when it was time to go to whether they shut me to california flew to oakland flu from saint louis dope on.

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"albert" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"albert" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The class was immediately after lunch, and and on this particular day that we're going to have a debate in class and one of them debaters one of the kids who was going to be part of the debate was late. Yes. His name is Albert Albert often came came late to class. And so we've been waiting and waiting and waiting for ten minutes went by fifteen twenty and eventually he showed up being dragged in by this camp security guy. The school security guard, and I thought the security guard brought him in because he was out doing some miscreants stuff like smoking pot again. And so I kind of lay into Albert for being late again and for not holding up his responsibilities class. But I was like, no, no, no, no other says that he had been at the handball court playing with his friends, and then when it was time to go from the court back the class DS to border patrol agents. This came out of nowhere in their green. Uniforms, demanding to see his papers. Like who are you where you from? Let me see your ID, and he tries to give them his school ID, but they wouldn't take it. And they actually told him that he needed a federal idea of some sort for them to believe at all that he was the United States citizen or belong on the campus. And once just standing there like border patrol really I was haranguing the kid, obviously, Magen three or four other students in class just kind of stepped in and said, no Albert's telling you the truth. Not only is Albert telling the truth. But in the last couple of weeks or patrol had been on the handball courts in the playing field repeatedly stopping students harassing students. And I was quite frankly shocked. One.

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