35 Burst results for "Alice It"
Producer Jim Needs to Stand up to Dan Bongino
"So yesterday I was causing him a whole bunch of headaches by moving around some gas we got Jenna Alice and Dan harwood tomorrow And I could tell that I was really screwing them up So we're doing the break I'm like Jim if that happens again you could just tell me like dude you're a real pain in my caboose I'm not doing that Here's a better suggestion Shut your pie hole My producer on my video podcast is not nice about it at all If he doesn't like something he's like that's stupid Kind of dumb segment What are you an idiot I'm like wait I signed your paychecks right It's like I don't care You're a moron That's a dumb thing He don't care He doesn't call me a boy But he applies it Yes he goes right at me I have no ego at all All I care about I kid you not It's delivering to you the best show you find entertaining and educational at the same time I don't care about who tells me about a story If it's good it's good But yeah Jim was being super nice Might just move Jenna here and Dan there He quietly on the text I can tell by a text is like I can't believe this is done I just spent the whole day coordinating this guess He's moving it around because he just feels like inviting new people You don't have to be
The Case for Free Market Principles
"Jason, let me start out by asking you, I know you didn't vote for Trump either time, and I can certainly understand why people would be lucky to do it for in the first time. I talked to your friend and mine, Tom sole about Trump back in 2016 when he was running. And I asked him, okay, Hillary versus Trump, and he said, well, one of the disaster referring to misses Clinton and the second one is a risk. But I thought over the course of the four years, given how well the economy was doing, him pardoning Jack Johnson and pardoning Alice Alice Johnson, who had a long nonviolent drug offense and the way he handled the borders. The judges he put on, I would have thought that perhaps you might have reconsidered the second time and voted for him in 2020. Well, I did not. And this book is not a defense of Donald Trump's character or personality or Twitter feed. But it is a defense of free market economic policies, which I think redounded to the benefit of working class Americans in general, but blacks in particular because blacks make up a disproportionate number of working class Americans. So my argument in the book is that free market policy is work. No matter who the instituting them.
"alice it" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Would face off with factory owners who insisted that their workers who were mostly immigrants were alcoholics or that their factories couldn't possibly be poisoning their workers. And yet, Alice would see the conditions firsthand, breathing in lead dust and fumes from oxide furnaces. She would also note that the symptoms were not possibly caused by drinking..
Jenna Ellis Predicted Kyle Rittenhouse's Acquittal
"Joining me now is someone who predicted it just days ago on the show are good friend and a great legal mind Former attorney to president Trump Jenna Alice Jenna I don't know what else to say You said it just a few days ago You said don't read into this long deliberation process that probably dotting the eyes crossing the teas and you said I expect a verdict around midday on Friday and you called it Thanks Dan and great to join you And yeah this was something that I've been on the defense side many times and the jury was not going to want to go back for the weekend and have to come back Monday So typically in these types of cases when you start deliberations early in the week that's how it goes And I was just so grateful that the jury clearly was not intimidated so that they weren't either hung and said we don't want responsibility of this We want to deflect or that they weren't intimidated into a guilty verdict on one of the lesser charges What we call slitting the baby Basically okay the highest counts we're saying not guilty but we're going to give them something them meaning that people who were calling for riots in the streets and who are clearly upset that today justice was served And that moment stand when Kyle heard the verdict and he hug his lawyer I tweeted a screenshot of that and said this is what it means to be an advocate There are so many times where I've been in the defense council chair in trial knowing that my client deserves justice deserves that not guilty verdict That moment is the best moment possible that lawyers love advocacy and advocating for
Rittenhouse Defense Demands Mistrial Over Drone Video-Android Mishap
"Matters here for our daily dose of legal analysis our good friend president Trump saw one of her former attorneys Jenna Alice Jenna Thank you for joining us for like day 72 We appreciate it Absolutely This is so important in everyone is watching this trial unfolding seeing how prosecutorial misconduct like not disclosing exculpatory evidence and not providing material evidence to the defense is a violation of due process I mean this is just one of many not just blunders but actual misconduct actions of the prosecutors I want you to explain in a second this dispute that's going on today this morning in the rittenhouse trial over this drone footage but you are correct And again I was on the investigator side You were a lawyer Prosecutor defense but if you were prosecuting someone for say a case I'd worked on a guy who was taken out rental car loans and other people's names If you have evidence indicating that subject is not in fact guilty of that crime and you don't turn it over you are finished if you're not prosecuted yourself as an agent discovery is one of the basic tenets of a fair criminal process So what they can you please explain what happened this morning with this drone video and what the disagreement is about Yeah this is absolutely insane And it's absurd So the current status of this in our good for inject by the way if people aren't following him on Twitter he's done a remarkable job just going through every single immediate highlight and giving you on Twitter kind of what's going on So he just tweeted out actually pictures of this drone video that shows what the sensory received and what the prosecution actually had And so it's much much more clear when you magnify onto Kyle rittenhouse about three times You can see a clearer picture of what the prosecution actually had of Kyle than what they provided to the defense the defense is saying well we texted it to you and they're actually blaming the defense for having androids instead of iPhone This is absurd Absolutely Wait wait wait come on stop This is not a joke right They're blaming the defense for not having the appropriate phone as deemed necessary
Sudan's military takes power in coup, arrests prime minister
"Sedans Medici has dissolved the country's transitional governments Alice off to troops arrested the acting prime minister after the early morning arrests of prime minister Abdullah Humm dog and other officials the head of the Medici channel up and felt that Britain announced on state TV that he was dissolving the government on the suffering council the council's a joint military and civilian body created four months off said longtime autocrat Amman but she is also to run the country current Q. tree condemnation from throughout the international community European Commission spokesperson WMS Riley said the European Union were worried about recent developments you is very concerned about Sudan's military forces reportedly putting prime minister hun dock under house arrest U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres tweeted that must be full respect for the constitutional charter to protect the hard won political transition I'm Karen Thomas
"alice it" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello from wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan. And this is will manteca women now earn the majority of higher education degrees in the us. Today's educator was an early pioneer opening academic doors for women. She went from learning in a rural one room schoolhouse to being a leader in the country's finest educational institutions and in the face of immense opposition. She remained a fierce advocate for learning as a true equalizer. Let's welcome alice. Palmer alice freeman was born on february twenty. First eighteen fifty five on a farm in new york susquehanna river valley as the first child of james and elizabeth freeman. Alice grew up shouldering a lot of responsibility. Her days often started with washing dishes gathering eggs and dressing her younger siblings. Then she would head off to school in a one room building. One teacher assigned to teach all the grease but alice had an innate curiosity. She taught herself to read when she was just three years old and enjoy giving speeches no matter the audience. When alice was still quite young her father started studying medicine and he left for medical school. Alice's mother who is just twenty three years old kept the farm running. Perhaps it was then watching her family struggle to stay afloat that alice developed her belief in self sufficiency especially for women. Eventually alice's father returned home armed with a medical degree. The family abandoned farming and move to windsor new york so he could open up a practice their alice attended the windsor academy where she learned alongside male students and earned awards and composition and oration. Alice loved academics and desperately wanted to attend college but her family was not wealthy and at the time it was common for tuition money to be set aside for the oldest son so alice made her father promise. If he would pay for her degree she would use her education to put her brother and two younger sisters through whatever schooling. They wanted alice more than made good on her promise during her. Last two years of the university of michigan alice's father went bankrupt after a bad investment. Alice became the family's primary financial provider and would remain so for years. But let's rewind to the start of alice's college courier. Alice tried to enroll at the university of michigan but performed poorly on the greek and math sections at the entrance exam to school. Put alice on a six week. Trial period fine thought alice another hurdle to overcome. She spent the summer with other college bound. Friends obsessively studying and when analysis first semester started in. Eighteen seventy two. She soared through the trial in her junior year. Alice temporarily drop out so she could teach and earn money for her family but she made up the classes. She missed and graduated on time. The founder of wellesley college offered alice job as a professor. The college had open just four years earlier with an off female faculty eighteen eighty two. Alice was appointed wellesley college. I president she was just twenty seven years old as the first female college president in american history. Alice made waves as a promoter of women's education education. She argued made women into wise self-respecting civic leaders so alice established a web of secondary schools. That prepared girls for the rigors of college she strengthened wellesleys faculty and financial status and. She prepared her students to support themselves just as she'd done in eighteen eighty seven. Alice surprised the world of academia by getting married her husband. George palmer was a philosophy professor at harvard but the bigger shock was soon to come that same year. Alice announced that she was suffering from tuberculosis and resigned from wellesleys presidency. After a year spent convalescing alice. Return to the workforce as a public speaker. She traveled the country spreading the gospel of higher education for women. She spoke at women's clubs. Universities religious societies all over. Alice herself took on a central role in her speeches. It was commonly believed at the time the too much education de sexed a woman. Alice stood onstage as proof that this was not true alice also joined the massachusetts board of education and unsurprisingly gained a reputation as a fierce lobbyist. She and her husband. George took on harvard and tried to get the university to admit women on the same terms as men. Harvard told them. There was no money so alice raised at two hundred and fifty thousand dollar endowment harvard. Its bluff called walked back the agreement to allow female students. It would be another thirty years. Before the first fully matriculated women walked harvard's halls meanwhile illinois. The university of chicago was preparing to open. The university's president was worried about chicago's reputation as a rough western city. Since alice was the most prominent woman in higher education. He asked her to become the school's founding dean of women alice in turn made it her mission to create an environment in which email students would thrive when the university of chicago opened in eighteen. Ninety two women made up twenty four percent of the student body just six years later in eighteen. ninety eight forty. Three percent of the students are women but the universities men were alarmed. They felt the schools being feminized. Alice was subsequently marginalized and ignored after three years of this treatment. She resigned disillusioned about men no longer optimistic that they just needed a few years to adjust to seeing women as equals. Alice would never have another paying professional position. She dedicated the rest of her life energy her time her resources to supporting institutions. That would let women learn. She believed everyone deserves to learn alongside one another to work and grow as peers. That she felt was true. Equality in one thousand nine hundred two. While in paris. Alice died from a heart attack. She was just forty seven years old all month. We're talking about women who shaped the world of education for more on. Why we're doing what we're doing check out our newsletter manica weekly special thanks to liz. Caplan my favorite sister and co-creator talk to you tomorrow. This month of encyclopaedia will manica is proudly supported by unc greensboro founded as a women's college in eighteen ninety one unc greensboro presents. She can we can beyond. The women's suffrage centennial through performances films lectures and concerts. Unc examines how the decisions from our past affect us today. Join the experience and learn more at she can. We can dot. Unc g. dot edu..
Moderna Says COVID-19 Vaccine Protection Wanes, Makes Case for Booster
"Maderna's case for a covert nineteen booster shots. It's vaccine protection wayne's by thirty six percent after twelve months. According to a new study by alice park studies from cova nineteen vaccine makers and public health officials have been suggesting for awhile that protection provided by the vaccine wanes over time and a new study published on september fifteenth to a pre print server. The study is not yet. Peer reviewed researchers at medina which makes one of the two are in a covert nineteen vaccines. The other is from pfizer. Biotech report that people vaccinated within the last eight months had thirty six percent fewer breakthrough infections. The knows who were vaccinated a year ago that suggests vaccine induced. Immunity is likely highest shortly after people get their recommended two doses of the vaccine and starts to drop afterward. The modern vaccine received emergency use authorization from the us food and drug administration in december twenty twenty the fda currently reviewing the company's request for full approval aldershot.
How To Create a Stronger Mindset to Tackle Goals
"I definitely get into mindset itself and talking about stoicism the type of resilient thinking where the obstacle is the way instead of wishing for life without obstacles instead of wishing for short cut around the obstacles cherishing obstacle in knowing that is how we find our strength. That is how we get stronger. That's how we get better just like going to the gym. This is the jim for your brain. It's called alice. Static load in the body and the more resilient we are. The bigger are stress bucket. Were alice static. Load can be the more stress we can handle and the more stress we can handle mentally the more stress we can handle physically like pathogens and viruses and things like that and vice versa when we get better at physical stress doing cold plunges and hot saunas and doing fasting we get better at dealing with mental stress. So your body sees both The same those are alice static. Load another thing. That i would say there's really important is. If you're big. Goals are overwhelming. Start making small goals start raking them down into much simpler things start tracking things. Journaling things using an app. If you want using google key or evernote or something like that in just tracking things and tracking your small wins with your small goals. That's really important at the big old just seemed too big and break it down. Start making it simple. If your goal is for example to lose fifty. Which i don't think is a good good goal. I think a good goal is to fit into a certain dress or you know. Feel great about your body. Or whatever like i think a shift like. That's more important than getting caught up in a number but to i think breaking it down into smaller things you know like what's the dress size you want to get into for you know x weeks like those kinds of things like and or lifting a certain amount of weight by x. weeks You know being able to walk two miles by x. Weeks you start getting like your goals broken down to where instead of like one massive goal you have twenty smaller. Owl's and then. How good does that feel when he start checking off all these goals like wow. I can walk two miles. I'm in a smaller address. I'm you know able to skip mcdonald able to you know. Skip the diet soda. And have a joe pacheco. I don't know you know something like that. those are all meany wins but big wins that add
Will You Step up for Those Who Don't Want to Get Vaccinated?
"And for the people that have been vaccinated out there maybe willingly. Are you going to start to step up and fight for the people that don't want to get vaccinated. You know what i have found is so many conservatives that have been vaccinated there silent on this issue they really don't care and it goes to show that the circle of tyranny gets smaller and smaller and we saw this exact same thing happened with the tech companies. The exact same thing the same thing with tech companies when so many conservatives are like who cares if alex jones gets gets kicked off of apple and twitter and facebook and youtube. It's not me. Alex is alex and we don't like alice and that's that was the wrong way to go about it. That's the last type strategy and eat me last. Conservatives have been governing this country for the last sixty years
"alice it" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried
"He's like things that you can do things that i could never do. Managing people and shifting people's perspective. You know because. I can be a fixer of interpersonal problems and he shies away from interpersonal problems in conflict. And things like that. While i thrive in that type of environment. But you know. I couldn't write a software program if my life depended on it. So he he. He would mention that quite frequently in in my adult life which was really nice. So after your your gift wrapping negotiation you use your. Your relationship changed a little bit. You were an and how many years did he live after that. I would say another two to three so not very many to be honest but what i recognize during that time is that i was just having very targeted questions very specific. How did this happen. What happened there. So i had to be curious and then we were also one on one so what i noticed especially in his years. Is that you know if we were at the dinner and might might have been allowed to we. Sometimes it's like competing for who gets to say the next whatever gets the last word and he would just shut down in that type of environment. And so i would really seek out sometimes quiet times where say the party's happening in the living room. And maybe he would be in the kitchen grabbing a drink i would follow him in there and just say hey. How're you doing or tell me about your day type of thing so you really got to know each other on a different level. Those last few years yeah. Our relationships certainly deepened. And i think at least on my side. I think more than anything just my like as a as a kid you know a child of a parent. You just have a certain perspective. And i wasn't a mother. I become a mother until three months ago. You know you just. I had my heart sort of softened. In that moment when i could relate to him when i can relate to him feeling really excluded from his social circle. Where i i had to leave school. I went to the preppy school at one time. I had basically begged to be transferred away to the public school. Where like the cool people were. Because i didn't fit in. So i can really empathize with that and so it definitely changed my perspective on. You know who he was and how you know just how he behaved in and maybe it was more up to me to take the lead in having conversations and even though he's the dad i think a lot of times are as children. We put all the responsibility on the parent no matter what age we are. I'm thirty five year. Old thirty five year old woman at the time. Let's say or you know again bad at math. Thirty whatever fully formed adult. Let's say and i'm still putting all the responsibility on this eighty year. Old man seventy five year old man to build this relationship with me. It's not fair you know it's really it's really not fair and i wish i had gotten that lesson you know twenty years ago. It's a it's a recurring theme in these these interviews about fathers. It seems to me that The if we're lucky we reach a point where we realize. Our fathers are human a deep level. You know that that. His story about being bullied.
"alice it" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried
"Introduce me to things that he joined. My father was an exceptional photographer. Dark room always and that was fun. You know for a minute But you know wasn't really my bag like take being patient and taking photographs. I liked being in the dark room in smelling the chemicals. That was interesting and like being under the red light. But you know stuff like that in You know he loved to be in nature. Hi gang or walking. And i could not have been more board like i wanted to do my hair and i was a funky kid like i wanted to take me to the mall and like get me combat boots in like that pink hair dye or whatever and the mall was the last place that he wanted to go but he did try. He did dry. But i wasn't necessarily the easiest person to connect with either. I have a very large personality. You're really describing the differences between an interviewer's your dad and your expiration lie On even so you've found some waste an act and and it sounds like if i'm hearing you right over the years there was always a threat of love reading through your relationship that absolutely. Yeah and respect. That was the one thing too that i think we really i was a wild child. I left home as soon as i could I lived in big city of washington. Dc raked up a bunch of parking tickets. That i think they had to pay a thousand dollars for the parking tickets that they had to pay off in light. Make me work for. And i i was just wild and i grew out of being wild than i turned into a professional and what became very successful at my job and every time i would see them out vacation with them in things i would be working and doing business calls in. He would frequently just after. I would hang up the phone. He would just you know. Say how proud he was of me. And how impressed you know..
"alice it" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried
"Because he had an accident and needed to do as little hip flexor exercises. Or what have you and said he agreed. And i don't know why but that you know half an hour or an hour of you know me wrapping presents and him walking around turned into me sort of interviewing him about his life and i asked him you know how he met my mother which i knew the story but i never heard him really talk about it from his perspective and sort of a a prelude to that was him having this unexpected story that he shared with me about going to college in being high school what my father was. Brilliant like mensa brilliant. He was not in mensa but he could have been. He was like invited. I don't even know what you do to get in. But he could have gotten in which led to some of his social anxiety but you know as a child and a teenager and a college student. Sometimes the smartest kids aren't the coolest and so he had shared with me. He was really bullied and just kind of shared some of the pain that he had gone through. You know as a high school student and then as a college student and so one of the things. He did in college because he didn't have a lot of friends was he would bike down to the local farm. He went to a school in farmville virginia. It's a real place called hammered sydney. Their names yeah and so my grandmother. My mother's mom had a farm and she would sell dinner like have you know the the students of the college come over and they could buy dinner for like a dollar fifty cents or whatever it was and that's how he met my mother when he was in college and she was a little bit younger than he was. But just having that conversation about you know knowing that he didn't have he didn't even have friends at college to go to dinner with was like heartbreaking yet kind of beautiful at the same time for him to be able to share that with me and have that empathy of like. Wow okay maybe this is why you know me with my loud outgoing. You know just out. Their personalities like didn't really mesh that well you know and we didn't have a lot of things to relate to but i really by a softened my heart in a big way having that conversation with him is really beautiful. You think your relationship changed that day. Were you a hundred percent really. Yeah alice when when you invited him oh well he actually invited you to come out. Wrap the presence but when you offered to do that if he performed this physical therapy set of exercises in a way it sounds like you became your parents. Yeah sort of. And.
"alice it" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried
"I'm gary best. And i'm joined by. Doctor cindy carter how you doing today. Cindy i'm doing very well. Thanks gary how about you. i'm good. We both went to the dentist day. We've got clean teeth clean. T that's a good feeling. I'm so desperate for company. I'm glad to go to the dentist. I understand that it was a novel experience after a year. being shutdown. just yes well. I've cleaned to meet in their own white and sharing. So let's get to our guest outright. Our guest today is alice hello alice. Hey there thank you for having me a pleasure to pleasure so I understand you and cindy our neighbors. Yes and we used to hang out regularly before everything happened. So cindy i can't wait to get back to our wednesday night. Get togethers wednesday night get together. Sounds like a dream. I'm very much looking forward to that. But it's nice to see you at least in this format yet. I'm glad you're here. Thanks alice thank you. Thank you so much for inviting me. In gary great to meet you as well. Thank you so much in the alice. Still a little bit about yourself. Sure so i i am a new mom. I'm actually feeding my baby. You may hear some sweet little noises here but she should be falling asleep. So i have a three month old at. I married to my wonderful husband. Who were we're just celebrated our seventh wedding anniversary. And yeah that's my. That's what's up for me now mom mode i. Crochet is one of my greatest pastimes. Absolutely love crocheting although not doing much right now with my hands full so. Alice is an artist with crush name. And congratulations on your wedding anniversary on your beautiful new addition to your family off thank you. We're so happy. She's the best All right so we want a little bit about you in your father and your relationship and so I understand the title of story is negotiations. Yes negotiations in the craft room unless what happened with negotiations sure answer. This happened in my adult life and my father was not what you would say a warm and fuzzy type of guy. He passed away almost three years ago. Now in twenty eighteen and he was very much an introvert. And so having you know deep conversations or you know even frivolous conversations were few and far between and plus he I live in california and he lived in virginia and so i really only get to see him on vacations and holidays. Where a lot of times. The people that are interacting are the people that are sort of the loudest at the dinner table. Or what have you but he. He was notorious for hating to wrap presence and so he asked me one christmas. While i was home you know. Will you please wrapping presents that i bought for your stepmother. Kathy's bill and don't know if he was trying to bribe me with like a glass of wine or something. And i said yes i will on one condition is that you will stay with me in the craft room in. Walk around doing some of your physical therapy..
Chicago Bulls Add Free Agents Stanley Johnson and Alize Johnson to Roster
"Signed a couple of players Elise Johnson and Stanley Johnson. So I ask you if you look at the front court depth now for this Bulls team Alice Johnson, Stanley Johnson, Nicola Vucevic's Marko Simonovic and Tony Bradley shot or no shot. There should be real concerns about the Bulls front court heading into this upcoming season. I would say, absolute shot. But what I will say, is, despite the fact that the front court is a little lacking the truth is that what the Bulls for an office has done in this offseason rebuilding the entire roster for the most part, and I'll add Brian, just the fact that they were able to get something for Lowey Lowry marketing much less a first round pick, I'll be it lottery protected. To pull that off was something and they are restoring my faith in that office that has been missing for a long, long time. And, of course, speaking of the Bulls for an office in general Yeah, one thing about this front
Bitcoin of the Realm: El Salvador's Experiment
"El salvador today a world first. Bitcoin becomes legal tender. It's a personal campaign for president. Naib kelly who says the move will help both economic development and inclusion of the country's unbagged generally jobs and help provide financial inclusion thousands outside the formal economy that will take some convincing both the world and the imf have warned against the move worrying about economic stability and the cryptocurrencies notorious environmental costs. Many salvadorans aren't keen. Either at have protested against the policy and when nelson who writes about el salvador for the economist went out in the capital san salvador. He found plenty of people who simply weren't ready for store. Owner catalina tzavela said. She wasn't preparing for what's being cold day because she doesn't understand it she reckons. She'll eventually catch up as she did. Twenty years ago when the country made the us dollar the official currency him modest bit on that set some though or embracing the change. We've got one just outside san salvador. A store run by adela of and daniel has been taking bitcoin for months selling mostly to foreigners so she walks nelson through a purchase. The wall street correspondent. Alice fullwood says it's a bold experiment from a millennial leader with a growing reputation. Both good and bad for shaking things up three months ago. The president of el salvador ni- kelly announced at a bitcoin conference in miami. That el salvador was in the process of writing a law. That would mean. Bitcoin was accepted as legal
Judge Shields Some Texas Abortion Clinics From Group's Suits
"Abortion clinics temporarily shielded from being sued by the state's largest anti abortion group under a new bat rule banning most abortions. But Washington is paying attention to other Republican led states considers similar laws that allow third parties to sue people suspected of aiding abortions. Massachusetts Democratic Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley. Just because there's a ban on abortion doesn't mean that abortions will stop happening. It means that there will not be access to safe and legal abortions for our most vulnerable and at the White House very unusual mechanisms in this law that let one neighbor Sue, another neighbor was top of mind for the president. He described that as a vigilante system and said it was almost on American. The White House said that they are looking for ways of the federal government can respond to the law and ensure that all women have access to safe and legal abortion. But still, the White House has not yet laid out any specific next steps. A B C's Mary Alice Parks, the
If We Can’t Trust the Wiggles then Who Can We Trust?
"This week. we start with an entertainment section semi. I'm going to start with you on this mos. You're in australia. You have a child. Tell us the latest devastating wiggles news. Well look the wiggles. A have been a lot and i would see all you behalf. Put us through a lot as well and the latest assault on australia is that they Away recently they announced they were adding more wiggles They will be using up. There was a an increase in the model wiggles. But it won't all upset but now if you weren't already outraged because the wigglesworth trying to reflect the diversity of the australian or viewing audience get ready to lose your mind because here it comes. It turns out the wiggles who are famous for singing in pajamas as well. Which is something. I do these days. Anyway i know what the big deal is it. The blue wiggle anthony field has been lip synching the songs this entire time. The words coming out of his mouth. We're not actually coming out of his mouth. He was lip. synching them. this you know what this is. Why anti vaccine happen. It's because you put your trust in institutions and then you discover the institution as light. You and you no longer know who to trust. If we can't trust the blue wiggle to be singing. The songs that he pretends to be singing. Then who the hell can we trust in this day anymore. I ask you alice frazier. I mean this is the biggest wiggle scandal. Since somebody suggested that wigley finger finger guns were actually an incitement to violence is astonishing. But i'm not sure. I'm reading this article where the wiggle anthony field captioned here in. This photograph is anthony. Legal much. tim. Tim apple of apple. I'm not sure if he's not trolling.
Bitcoin's "Naive" Monetary Policy by Natasha Che
"Bitcoin fails as money because of its naive. Monetary policy many people think government printing too much is evil so a fixed money supply must be good the reality a money that cannot expand would crush the economy and put us all in poverty. Here's why and how to fix it to see this. We need to understand why monetary deflation and expanding economy do not go together. Let's simplify so it's easier to see say. We have an economy with one product. The twinkie and one currency the dollar price of one twinkie equals one dollar alice. A twinkie entrepreneur. Hires bobby to help make twinkies. Alice's company makes one twinkie a year. So the company revenue is one dollar. Bob's salary is fifty cent. An alice takes the other fifty cent what happens. When productivity goes up aka the economy grows when prices and wages are stable. Alice is always motivated to find. Better ways read new technology to make twinkies read increase productivity if the company manages to make to twinkies instead of one with the same resources alice will make a dollar and fifty cents instead of just fifty cent one dollar times to twinkies minus fifty cent wage cost of bob equals a dollar and fifty cents but if price quickly drops as productivity of twinkies doubles i e. The twinkie price deflates to fifty cent. Alice would still just make fifty cent after going through all the trouble to increase productivity the revenue doesn't increase to twinkies times. Fifty cent equals a dollar while wage cost is still fifty cent
Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Passes a Big Hurdle in the Senate
"In session today is lawmakers work toward passing that bipartisan infrastructure package The referee, trillion dollar plan cleared a key hurdle yesterday. Senators have yet to reach a deal that would allow for a final vote. NPR's Claudia Gross. Alice reports that the vote to limit debate, though, is a sign that Republican and Democratic supporters of the bill Are holding on. This is a sign that support is holding in the Senate for this bipartisan deal, and they could approve it in the coming days. Now again, this is just a procedural vote. Senators are now hang haggling over a plan to reach an agreement on amendments and that could involve hours of more debate and procedural moves before they get to the critical vote on whether to approve this bill. And that could happen by Monday or Tuesday. More amendments could be debated today as the Senate meets for
"alice it" Discussed on I Love Sleep
"If you didn't sign it so the king that only makes the matter worse. You must have meant some mischief for us. You've signed your name like an honest man. There is a general clapping of hands at this. It was really the first clever thing that king had said that day. That bruce's guilt said the queen. It proves nothing of the sort said alice. Why you don't even know what they're about read them said the king. The white rabbit put on his spectacles. Where shall i begin. Please your majesty. He asked again at the beginning. The king said gravely and go on till you come to the end and stop is rather verses the white rabbit red. They told me you had been to her and mentioned me to him. She gave me a good character. But said i could not swim is send them word. I had not gone. We know it to be true if she should push the matter on. What would become of you gave her one they gave him to. You gave us three or more. They all returned from him to you though they remind before. If i r- she should chance to be involved in this affair. He trusts you to set them free. Exactly as we were my notion was that you had been before. She had this spit an obstacle that kim between him ourselves and ed don't let him now she liked them best for this must ever be a secret. Kept from all the rest between yourself in me. That's the most important piece of evidence we've heard yet so the king rubbing his hands so now let the jury if anyone can let them explain that said alice. She had grown so large in the past few minutes. She hadn't a bit afraid of interrupting him. I'll give him sixpence. I don't believe there's an atom of meaning in it jerry..
A History of Women and the Olympics
"So a lot of the story has to do with french. Feminist alice milia and her women's world games which took place from nineteen twenty two to nineteen thirty four and led the olympics leading women compete in events on a much wider scale. Yeah there's a lot of acronyms in this one so bear with us. The women's world games were yaas response to the international olympic committee's or the international association of athletics. Ias disdain and vera. I wave feminists gaining ground and a lot of women wanting to compete in certain events. Like the eight hundred batur track event events that did not recognize women or have been deemed unfit for women. Yes this eight hundred meter track of it. We're going to get into it. But it caused a lot of controversy when it came to women competing so at this time people and particularly in this context europeans or already talking about gender equality the term. Feminism is thought to have been coined in the eighteen eighties by a french activist by the name of coubertin claire around the same time. Baron pierre do cooper thanh who was also. French founded the modern iteration of the olympics. And the i o dagobert on outright opposed women's participation in sports and this bled over into what events he believed women could and should compete in when it came to the olympics. Day cooper ten allegedly said that the olympics were created for quote the solemn and periodic exaltation of male athleticism with quote female applause as reward. Wow he went on to say quote it is. Indecent spectators should be exposed to the risk of seeing the body of a woman being smashed before there is besides no matter how tough sportswoman may be. Her organism is not cut out to sustain certain shocks her nerves rule. Her muscles nature wanted it that way again day. Cooperstown reason that grow as no women participated in the ancient games. There obviously was to be no place for them in the modern ones. Which just as a brief aside isn't the whole truth sat really the point. But he's wrong. In general yes so the nineteen hundred games or the first allowed women to compete though not officially sanctioned twenty two out of nine hundred ninety seven of the competitors or women and they competed in tennis golf sailing. Equestrian and croquet only golf and tennis. Had all women
The Alice Todd Child Abuse Case
"The minute forty seven year old. Tina chevelle walked into the hospital with a two year old child. Employees were suspicious. The toddler was badly bruised and the mother seemed to dodge every question lobbed at her all shabas told the staff was that her child needed medical care but when she was asked to produce documentation she changed her story she clarified that she was the adoptive parent not the biological mother. The case grew even stranger when chavez claimed she couldn't provide any proof she had legally adopted the child either. There was no longer any question. Something unusual was definitely going on. The woman's story was inconsistent and concerning the hospital called the police and notified child protective services. Cps determined that because chavez couldn't prove she had legal custody a relative should take care of the child while police looked into the matter with that the investigation into tina. Chevy's began shabbat. Lived in thomas phil north carolina with her husband vison zeo mendoza romero both in claimed to have custody of the child but neither of them had the paperwork to prove it. The police started to suspect they'd stumbled upon a case of illegal adoption. The phenomenon is more common than the average person might expect. Adoption is a practice as old as civilization itself. But for most of its history. The institution was specifically designed to meet the needs of the parents rather than the children. It wasn't until the mid eighteen hundreds when people in power started to reconsider the practice treating children like ponds and adult games in eighteen fifty one massachusetts past the adoption of children act the first law that codified modern adoption essentially. The state was empowered to determine whether the arrangement with the parent was beneficial to the child before this legislation. That question was largely deemed irrelevant. Nowadays adoption is a complicated legal process. And it's that way by design. If there no neutral party involved people could easily trade their children for money or other goods there would be no safeguards guaranteeing that the children grow up in healthy environments. So when the police in thomas ville north carolina opened their investigation on tina chavez. They had one concern on their minds whether their arrangement was good for the toddler or if it was even legal at all
Why Do Elephants Like Peanuts?
"I am alice. I'm eight years old. I live in houston texas and my question is why do elephants like peanuts. Thank you great question analysis. When we're learning about animals. We tend to get our information from a lot of different places what we read what we if we can observe an animal and sometimes what we watch on. Tv and the idea that elephants like peanuts probably comes from the cartoons and movies. We've watched over. The years elephants are herbivores. That means they eat grasses and bark vegetation in zoos. They'll eat fruits and vegetables hay and sometimes pellets of food. That kind of look like pet food. The connection between elephants and peanuts is that in early. Zoos and circuses. Lots of peanuts for sold for human visitors to eat sometimes. These zoos and circuses would let humans feed the animals. And just like your dog might sometimes eat people food if you give him or her. Some the elephants would eat. The peanuts got offered these days. Zoos don't let you feed the animals and that's a good thing. Biologists and veterinarians say peanuts army. Great food for elephants so while it's funny to see elephants. Eat peanuts cartoons. They don't do it in the wild and it's not really a food. they like better than anything else.
The Sacred Band of Thebes
"As minor way often discuss houses before we actually start telling you about the thing. We're talking about the infamous. Lit review lit review. Every costs needs one episode. In this instance. Actually not really gonna talk much about us is at the start of the episode. I used a lot of like little sources for all of the different sections so will discuss them as they come up and talk about. What's wrong with them with one exception. being i wanted to talk a little bit about a book called the sacred band by james rome. This book is. I'm fairly confident. In saying the newest scholarship that exists on the sacred band because it came out in early june of this year and we decided to do an episode on the sacred band because the publisher of the book reached out to us at austin advanced review copy. Thank you for that. I must pay for that copy and talking about as the title suggests james rum's the sacred band is about the sacred band of thieves which you'll hear an awful lot about a minute. I'm genuinely very interested to hear about the benefits. I literally but the book also more widely explores the political and social and military context of the roughly four decades in which the band exist in unusually for us. You have also read this book. Alice what did you think of it as someone who didn't then go raid ten other books about the area. I feel like michael two little cloudy. So how did you feel about it as a ruin peasant To a great person. So i deny much background about the second band of thieves or ancient greece. I'm not going into the person who knows nothing. Because i have studied disappeared. But i definitely wasn't being like i. I know this. I wanted to give you an idea of how i went into this book so probably like about where most people pick up. The book would be like if you're interested enough to pick up the bulk. You probably have a vague idea of that was athens. They were at Thieves was also he unite. That's the general context. Obviously a will give you a good version of that later in the episode crest. Where is the do you know what happens. Yes it's north of that Grace it's it's grace. It's quite central to grace. And it's like roughly to the north of athens quite close to athens within like a day's ride will a couple of days walk all right so even like quite course Travel yes this will come Will between these.
"alice it" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience
"Year. My brother was born. Yeah they have any did three theories. But i used to watch that every morning before school. That can be tv series and the tarzan tv series. Yeah yeah. I'm exactly six months younger than house mouse. It actually and funny. It's day younger and lizzie. Mcguire thing but yep. I remember with housing mousy when descendants three came out it is real. That haiti's was mel's dad. Whichever one kind of suspected from drillers but apparently in house of mouse who's like moves it and haiti's got together something yeah they They have a dight in comas. So i wonder if that's like the non..
"alice it" Discussed on Pantheon
"Chains as performed by alison chains on the bad company. What do you think jerry. What's our try too hard. Express ourselves here man. I i you know. I got we were in the middle of the haze of our sober regular raids on. Give it a grade shipman. i know it's going to be. It's going to be rough but a guy damn three song album. The c plus. Yeah yeah i wanna be. Its last studio album. I know it's gotta be a level of respect you guys see. Plus you guys have all heard this show. You've heard us sit here. You've heard me gush about allison chains there one of my favorite bands in the world. They got me into grunge in the world. I love music more than any of you. Love any member of your family. I can guarantee it. Okay and i love this band so much. This album is a ac- okay. It just is just because they've made great things doesn't mean everything they ever did was great. This album wasn't great. I love grind. I love over now and there's a couple of other cool songs. I liked again mind again. Yeah there's some cool songs there's some cool moments but You know for a band that created so much tremendous stuff far and away greater than what most bands could ever hope to accomplish compared to that stuff compared to dirt compared to jara flies. Facelift sap. no this is not in the same league with those other albums you think about them in a vacuum. Yeah this. I mean maybe i think maybe your grade is more like i'm looking. I'm putting the. I'm putting the team banking on the dust on you know like and it. Just the the regularity. With which i listened to the album is appropriate. You know it just if you wanna listen to alison chains being awesome. You have a lot to choose from. And so i don't need to think much about this album. Their great hits albums are fancy. I don't even know if they have one. I've never listen. I'm sure greatest hits but like in there are songs on this album that belong on that. Yeah it just The rest of oh man. Frogs i mean they i mean. There's no money in the middle of our yelling about killing people virginity and shit like that. They were like shut up. Shut up shut up listening to this prelate. Probably through thirty three minutes. That al yeah. I think it's forty five minutes long. Something like two hours long. Who knows frogs was fucking seventy five minutes long. That's what i lost my shape. Fuck this song you know. I mean we we to be fair. We do that to a lot of other bands too. So like let's let's see is absolutely appropriate if i take away from it and his go by that album this three songs and our make you know even with the benefit of it being alison chains. I put. I still can't convince myself that it's that great of an album so but still there you go. It's the last studio album. So there's there's a level of sadness for me in that respect. Yeah we do have plug. Which i think's going to be like when we ended nirvana i think was unemployed to unplug the death. Now i mean not in not in pearl jam's frozen lives forever that was launching pad that soundgarden. Never they didn't do. Yeah so they we're going to end it the same way and it sucks. I'm gonna feel level like even with iran. i felt like oh no. alpha chains on plugged. His little sort of it can be painful. it's but just even on the face of it it's a pretty I don't know sombre affair. Yeah just has that vibe to it. we're gonna watch along of that and then we'll do the video of that we're gonna we're gonna watch that while we check in it's gonna be sad for me. No because then that's it and then now it's only soundgarden left and pearl jam and then every whatever the fuck else we put it to one hundred other slasher garbage work the way. I'm sure i'm sure it'll be a bunch of open. I don't know we just haven't had them in there on. I dunno nobody's really requests. I would like to request them up. Going to get on the ten dollars here. We never really talked about that on the regular podcast guys. If you don't know on the ten dollar tier of our patriotic you can request an album will do an episode of that up any open the world at all from any time and you you buy a ticket you take the ride you if it socks. It's pro be a thing. Gotta see you guys all right there to see. So thank you everybody for listening blah blah blah. We love you packers. Johnson's don't be a square herds..
"alice it" Discussed on Pantheon
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"alice it" Discussed on Pantheon
"What i went out on route. Release date by this one. Yeah i waited in line for method. There wasn't much of a live positive but it was still waiting room. I love may maybe. Maybe it's some kind of morbid thing that i have but i love hearing lane sing about death shit like i know. That's weird why we said but it's just how rare it is. This is this is the end of this. We'll never i mean we'll revisit it. Maybe one day like this is the end for us with wings daily We've got unplugged Okay yeah that's going to be. This was the last album with lane like will address netanyahu on why.
"alice it" Discussed on Black Passion Podcast
"Present. And so I, really don't know Radan be going like I. Know I want to be able to. They'll seem and a lot of ways that. I don't feel seen often and I feel like when I get that sense of like. Accepted from somebody. I don't want to let go of and I think that's when I think about. getting into a new relationship or Any you know just just wanting to pursue a relationship like mantech relationship with somebody who can be my life partner. That's what it's about. It's about a gap that. Is that is president and so once I have somebody that can fill that gap. then. I'll feel. More. Happy. And I know sometimes people say you know other people can't feel that debt for you and that's why we're actually. You know I only feel that gap. When I don't have them I. don't really believe that. People can't make you happy. Because people really can't actually make you happy like being alone and being depressed. Gets really rough when you don't have people around you. To. Make. The whole idea that you don't need people you don't need things. To be happy you should just be happy with yourself like that's Kinda. After say that is unrealistic. But this is so rare for people to get and why I put so much energy or something that's not guaranteed. and. By the end of the day it's like you either end up. By what you looking for or you end up with nothing off this energy? You know we're something that's kind of like a fifty fifty chance of getting it right I don't know. I don't know how ended up tearing up and there's Just now like Where does that come from? Oh. No, I say this all the time but this potash is really just the doctrine at my life like. Document what I'm thinking? How feeling about the things that's going on in my life and right now.
"alice it" Discussed on Black Passion Podcast
"I can mean at least four people. That have ghost in. That was supposed to be best friends I was supposed to be close to mean you're supposed to you know really care for each other have this great friendship and then one day. I don't hear from them or I call them and they don't answer or to me it's just like, okay. This this is what's going on and I kept pushing me one to talk to talk to me, and maybe if that conversation happened, we should avoid a lot of this stuff and maybe I'm speaking as an abused person as to why my now. Response to other people were might be similar to. Might be considered abuse I guess whoever posted this? I really don't know like like I'm talking to circles and I. Miss It. Too. But what is the point? What am I supposed to do with this information you on abuse it? Why should I not go somebody? To tell them why don't want to talk to them? No more widely, I have to tell why do I have to tell them that? Like. Do. I have to spell it out for everybody you know. That's a lot of conversation to have. And Know maybe. The only way that that would not be a lot of conversations to have is if I were wasn't. Talking to that many people were for some reason socializing and talking to people give me you know it makes me happy and so does that mean that I need people? To make me happy like is this. You know from toxicity with Emi that's leading me to ghost people really days and days and days and see where is this coming from? I don't know and honestly I don't even want to find out. I mean, I do want to be better. Be a better person and. You know be able to give endlessly not. You know just the giving knowing that. I'm doing something for somebody is making happy but. I just don't want to be the person to just do stuff for anybody and how they react I wanna be with somebody who also respects me I think that stops me from being able to..
"alice it" Discussed on Black Passion Podcast
"Like if I just feel like I, don't an explanation for continuing the conversation for discontinuing the conversation. Then what good is it to call out these people as abuses if they feel like they have genuine reason for it, which that might be different from growing up and having certain beliefs on. About people and then discriminating those people such it's I feel like posting and not returned cosby read maybe you know based on their individual interaction and not all the time I brought show. But maybe if online dating you just I'm just gonNA ignore all of these types of people that are in boxing that might be. That might be reasonable I. I don't know like abusive I just. To me if I Say Somebody's abusing you. then. It's a violent act. I would assume that abuse. Is related to violence. I don't know how. Abuse can exist without some sort of violence. Somebody is trying to. this credit you or tear you down with their words or physically that as the abuse now, if I don't answer my phone. When you call or I don't respond to you. I'm not sure that. Really. I don't really see that. As violent. Choosing. To not, return your call. That might be unfortunate situation to put you in that might hurt you. But there's all violent. And opinion is not violence the. Abuse. Is. Somebody you don't want to talk to. And if I Do not leave people on read if I were turned everyone's calls. If I did not go anyone. I would have a lot of notifications in my phone and having a lot of conversations with people with energy that I don't want to be involved with it. And I I have you have that right to decide who you want to communicate with and who you don't and to call this abuse by choosing to not to disengage Is Not an abuser. They're making a personal choice. To benefit then. And you should be making personal choices to benefit you and even if you don't feel like I'm doing this for my benefit, you're doing because you get satisfaction feeling like they need it. which is a benefit to yourself like this. If this happening in a relationship with somebody that goes to Jewish something I've why do you really wants to connect with this person? What does it really boiled down to? Because of WHO's just you know about what we were talking and we stopped talking then what was the attachment you hatcher? There's pressure felt like they need to always. Keep in contact with you. and. I understand that it can hurt. And I kinda sound like. I had to be hurt by this stuff and deal with it and everybody else basically has to do with it because that's how the way the world where. And I don't think that's a resolved anything but I honestly do not know what the resolve is. Because I know when people go to me and I have friends. Like people that are considered to be friends of mine. and. They ghosted me but I came..
"alice it" Discussed on Black Passion Podcast
"When? So there's more than those people you know agree with that I just feel like everybody is an abuser everything abuser somebody we are all out here abusing other because we're trying to make things work and I don't feel like. Like ghosting and leaving somebody on bed and not returning causes putting somebody in a dangerous situation I feel like you should be able to have the mental. Ability to have self control or Decide what goes on in your life if somebody hits you and that hurts you know you do what you gotta do to make it. To make it feel better and that doesn't mean go and do harm to somebody else and I guess abuse doesn't. Always have to mean that the victim goes and does onto somebody else, but I just don't really like. I don't want to accept the idea. That all these things I, most of us. And if you do these things, you're on abuse it and I do these things which makes me and abuse it. I don't want to view myself. As being an abuser. Most of this, you back is really coming from why you calling me an abuser. And I also feel like that's how a lot of people feel causing names. Like when we call people homophobic when you say that they transphobic when we called them racist if you don't know me I I have reason for doing what I do like I don't hate people. You know we all have. A You know a pathway and mine and I we got to where we are in our. In our mindset and we don't want to be labeled as a terrible person but that's what we. Daschle reduce each other, and it just makes us better disconnected and I don't even feel like there's a real way to get out of. You know hurting harming each other under the guise of making people more informed because how do you stop somebody from ghosting not returning a call leaving on read if they just feel like they don't owe you an explanation..
"alice it" Discussed on Black Passion Podcast
"You know like. No, not getting response being iced out for a long period of time being iced out, you know by a whole group of people. That's just what I experienced when I do tell somebody why I might have an issue with them. So if I decide to go sheets just saving all the painting John The allergy carrying around because the one time I decided to tell somebody I feel you know when it's not pleasant and it evolves them. Now that's reason for them to not communicate with me or not to reach out some us to me out and and to me like this happened in multiple situations I end up in so I can't really put it all on other pressures for. Being Shit head of person it's not really their fault because there's something I'm doing attracting people that can't handle. My emotions. And I took a quiz I'm kind of on our attention, but I quiz. For class that was basically about your relationship style and it was basically. I took a picture of my results. So one was. Attachment anxiety versus attachment security, and the other one is attachment avoidance places attachments peaking and I feel like I get anxious. And Okay my scores turned out to be high. Passionate anxiety and attachment avoidance. And so It's like. I understand all the reasons why I'm in the position in. Because my experience with people. have. Put me a position to feel like. I can't be honest with people or that people aren't going to appreciate who I am truly a lot of how I communicate is mashed or if I try to water down. Who I am at overtime, it might just become more. flavorful. It might be like real I. I don't know what? What it turns into no that you know I'll start off and everything will be cool and then one day. I'm just not hearing from nobody I'm I star there's just happens..
"alice it" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"Years later. Alice said that she knew she was nasty. To the prosecutor on the stand said she probably came off poorly to the jury but but she couldn't stop herself back then she said all she wanted to do was tell her side of the story but all the prosecutor wanted to do was talk about her sex life and to alice. There was no connection action in the closing statements. The prosecutor compared alice to a rotten egg and he does this whole analogy basically saying that the egg is one one of the most pristine beautiful shapes in nature and when you look at it from the outside you just expect the inside to be beautiful as well and what you hansi until you crack it open is that sometimes you get a putrid rotten one and he said that was alice. She was a rotten ache aac now the deliberations world long but in the end what juror number nine would say later was that it was the medical examiner's testimony that that couldn't shake. They said it was indisputable. Evidence that she was lying of course they didn't know that the own medical examiner had disputed himself previously but they use use that to find alice guilty of the manslaughter of missy and here's what alice said about the whole ordeal of sitting through that first trial quote. There is a detachment as you sit there. You can't believe that they're talking about you. At least i never did. It's a very strange feeling all those things. I've it done in my life and there they were all brought out and distorted. It never was really liked that. It was never like what they made it out to be that the prosecution russian ever provide any sort of motive. I mean did she just snap or what i feel like. That's like a huge hole in this case for me. It is for me too and the prosecutors story at the time was that missy just got in her way somehow and she killed her but here's the thing five five years. After this first trial the prosecutor even said quote to this day. I know it's week. I don't know if she did it. It still still seems unlikely. I can't believe it. I can't even believe the story. I told the jury. I don't even believe it now. I thought my jaw was on the ground earlier earlier. What's yeah berry prosecutor that took her to trial didn't even believe his own story but the jury bought it she he was sentenced to five to twenty years but shortly after the trial the defense finds out that the jury had done some investigating of their own which totally is not allowed right right the jury is supposed to only consider what they're told ina courtroom and they're not supposed to any experiments or consider anything they hear outside out of the courtroom but some of them i guess had gone to alice's old neighborhood and tried to see if sophie really would have been able to identify alice that night like based on the streetlights so because of this violation alice got granted a new trial and the second one is a lot different like it's nineteen seventy-one now though though it's not that much later in time people from the trial have died some have moved away some have gotten married. Many people got divorced because of the stuff that came out alice herself. Oh i finally divorced eddie the year before and here's the biggest thing that changed people weren't as outraged by just the idea of alice having sex anymore. The women's lib movement have occurred so people could view alice in a different light. The prosecution's case was very much the same except this time they attempted to try. Try her for both murders so they do the same like parade again of people they called up joe who by now is like separated from his wife. He lost his business. They they call up sophie who this time is even more than happy to testify. She loves the fact that she's like so important in something so big and you should see this ridiculous picture sure i'm putting it on our website of her coming into court waving like she's freaking miss america. It's absurd. My gosh is the princess wave yeah. It's absurd so in trial to they find another witness though who says they saw the same thing sophie did and it's looking like the trials going in the same direction that it did before four so alice does something drastic despite having a gag order placed on her she went in front of the news cameras one day after court and pleaded with the public. If you saw anything anything anything at all or better yet if you saw nothing that night that's just as important and i need you to come forward and it actually worked a man named marvin. Marvin weinstein called the defenses office and he's listen. I think the people that sophie and this other witness saw were me and my family family that night. We were walking down that very street. It was me my wife are two kids and our dog and other kids were a little bit younger. They were two and and three and a half but it's close enough in age and he's like everything she says we did so it very well could be us and he ends up saying later later that he regrets coming forward for how much he and his wife were harassed forgetting involved because again everyone hated alice. They didn't want anyone who's analysis side coming forward right but he's at least got one person to like provide an alternate theory. There was also another new person in this trial throughout the trial. The prosecution prosecution kept alluding to the fact that they knew who it was that helped alice get rid of her kids because remember that's always been a huge part of the story like sophie's a main and witnessed. She's walking with a man that night. You know they're carrying us bundle. Who's this man so the prosecution keeps teasing like we know who it is but like won't say a name mm-hmm and what they find out is that like who the prosecution thinks it is is this man who's in jail like apparently at some point he had told his selley that he was involved and it's total bs us and the prosecution no that's b._s. Because they won't put him on the stand because when they questioned the guy he's like no. I totally made it up but the defense actually does call the guy's a witness and again. He's like yeah yeah. No i totally made it up. I have nothing to do with it. So it felt like maybe alice had a chance coming out of the second trial but unfortunately times hadn't changed enough and people still loved to hate her. She was found guilty again this time for murder in the first degree of both of her children children. Oh my god when this happened. She collapsed right there in the courtroom and ended up having to spend a few days in the hospital. Two years an an appeal later she got the attention of higher courts and they've ruled that her conviction for eddie's murder must be overturned because there was no proof he was even murdered since they couldn't even determine a cause of death but the did uphold the manslaughter conviction for missing so alice went back to prison to finish out her sentence where she remained gene until her parole release in nineteen seventy seven as far as the state of new york is concerned that this case is closed. They know who did it. They got their conviction but there have always been loose ends again. The man who put her in prison the first time didn't even believe his own story and and i wish they would have taken a closer look at other suspects because there were other suspects there was actually a brain damaged teenaged boy away who ended up taking his own life just two weeks after the kids were murdered and he had told a teacher that he was responsible and the teacher said that he also confessed vest that he was responsible to a priest and everyone who knew the boy said that he was frequently seen out and about like around the neighborhood but after the murders he became like a reclusive clue like you would only leave the house to see teacher or to see his priest and again two weeks later he ends up dying of a self inflicted gunshot wound that police call <hes> an accident. Even though he had to use his own toda pull the trigger feels low intentional yeah and feels like a good suspect but but he was also the son of a police officer so it never really went anywhere and again. They had their suspect. They were only looking at out now there. There was someone else that i think looks like a great suspect as well but like an unknown person there were reports at the time of a man who is breaking and entering into homes all over over alice's neighborhood and usually he would just steal stuff like a wallet a tv but just four days before the kids went missing. This person broke okay into a home just down the street from alice and the man was taking a wallet from the home when the little boy who lived there like walked in on him and the being schreuder asked the little boy to come with him but the boy didn't because he's like oh. I'm not allowed to an intruder ended up leaving but this feels rules like so eerily close. Why would this person what a young child to come with them. Well and it feels especially knowing that the kids window was compromised like if this intruder was going to get into the criminals house why not use this window with a screen with a hole in right in the kids own bedroom and when you think about if you remember they had that single fingerprint in the room that never matched anyone and they tested hundreds of people against it over over the years so if you believe alice did it then that's just like a red herring but if you think she didn't then there could still be someone out there someone who takes children learn from their beds in the dead of night for seemingly no reason at all after alice's parole in nineteen seventy seven. She actually went to go live with tony in florida. They had married while she was in prison and they lived out their lives together. In solitude away from the press now tony has since passed away but alice as far as we know so is still out there rumored to have gone back to new york. The place that she wants called home with her kids. She never had any more children and i think depending on in your view of alice <hes> it could be because she didn't want any to begin with or it could be because the pain of losing them was just too much to bear and why would you bring more kids into a world where you know a killer could still be roaming free..