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"amish ohio" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"amish ohio" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"You need more true crime garage in your ear balls check out. Our bonus show called off the record. It's only on stitcher premium. Also all of our old episodes are available everywhere. Spotify apple podcasts. Stitcher app and now on sirius. Xm app colonel. Do we have any recommended reading. I own a couple of books from this father. Daughter writing duo. This is the new book from david. Myers in a lease myers walker in. It's titled murder in amish ohio. The martyrdom of paul coblence. It's kind of weird because last week. We recommended harrell scheckter's new book maniac. And i said he is one of the greatest true crime. Historians will david myers in a lease are some of the very best crime historians when it comes to the great state of ohio as these to unravel some of ohio's most intriguing murder cases. Check out their latest. A murder in amish ohio you can find that great title and many more on a recommended page at true crime garage dot com one of the everybody for listing and join us here in the garage until next week. He good b. Kind don't.

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"amish ohio" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

02:45 min | 5 months ago

"amish ohio" Discussed on FoodStuff

"This amazing beautiful rich nutty flavor and the the first time i made it there. I following its head. You'll know when you smell. The like caramel tastes tastes smell and I'm one of those people that are like i won't they won't be like that and there was a whow suddenly. It's it's lovely and by the way if you if you want if you need chilled butter for a recipe but you wanna brown the better. I just brown it and then it and then use it as directed. Wow i've never done this before. But i intend to try Also okay to wisconsin butter laws and thanks to instagram user. Binary pineapple for the tip off on this one. Also thanks for making an amazing username They also mentioned that. There mother-in-law has stories about her neighbors crossing state lines to illinois to buy margarine to smuggle. Home is was no joke man. yeah And yeah no so so okay. So there was a law. Put in place in wisconsin in nineteen fifty three amidst all of that margarine kerfuffle that mandates that all butter sold within the state must be evaluated by a state appointed panel the panel grades the butter based on thirty two quality points and selling butter. That has not been thus graded in wisconsin can carry a fine of up to a thousand bucks and a jail term of up to six months back in february carey. Gold which is an irish butter producer. Delicious product had to stop exporting. Its butter to wisconsin. Because of this law in march a local civil advocacy group the wisconsin institute for law. Liberty got involved. They filed suit with the state government to get carry gold back on store shelves claiming that the law was suppressing consumer choice. And then in april An amish dairy out of ohio called nerva filed a federal lawsuit after being told to either fly in state. Appointed graders erta. Stop selling their product in wisconsin. Y-yeah amish ohio dairy called minerva. Yeah what's wrong with out dare you. So so yes. So we're we're. We're living in exciting legal butter times. I suppose for for wisconsin. And i'm kind of joking. But i'm kind of not. This is the culmination of of almost one hundred years of of butter battle but her battle. That sounds so excellent. Another fun cultural butter fact butter sculpture.

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"amish ohio" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:10 min | 8 months ago

"amish ohio" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Wow, That's wow. That's so that's offensive that you never look at your own side of the country. You're from Philly, Pennsylvania. Yeah, it's in your television work is different than my neighbor state. Was New Jersey. No, you wait. Wait Little back it up. You didn't know that Pennsylvania, New Jersey touched. That is correct. Ana, OK, don't embarrass you. It feels like I am grunt is I'm loving it loving it. I just learned when I went on a business trip about five years ago, So I'm with you. I'm just acting like I'm better than you. That's guys that's truly shocking to me. Uh, how about that? You didn't realize that we were neighboring states were like how many states did you think I talked as there was New York and then on the top side of New York? Was jersey like where Vermont is. I thought that was Jersey. What's the drive from Atlantic City to Philly? Like an hour? Yeah, about that. Yeah, it's not far at all. In fact, when I go to Atlantic City, I would fly into Philly and I got him into New Jersey to get me to like Steve, my first radio job. I commuted Teo in Pennsylvania. Yeah, but you're from a different part of Pennsylvania. You're from the You know the what? Western Pennsylvania. That part the Amish. Ohio was right next to the hillbillies are OK. You were right above West Virginia, right beside Ohio right below New York. But, honestly, goodness, I did not know that that flanking State. Was New Jersey unbuttoned. All right, elbow over. Things are either Grand Canyon was the most overrated attraction. Go to South Dakota. I'm curious, because if they say like the Badlands, they're out of their minds. The corn palace, Okay, There you go. That's my first stop next week. Corn palace. You know, I heard so many people. I actually had a buddy. I've heard three different people Now talk about how awesome his South Dakota wass. It's beautiful. Have you been before? No, but I've been. Look, I've been kind of eyeballing it for years. And somebody just described the.

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"amish ohio" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:01 min | 11 months ago

"amish ohio" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"With an Auger. Coming in I'm so excited Oh really. Oh my God! They canceled I order I. Don't know why, but ordered it again. I've never done it. I can't wait. I think those satisfying. Mustard. Because when you fucking retrieve that thing from the toilet bowl and a huge maxi pad covered with care comes out, and you will not be celebrating. The shower, but it could be the same ending. Also! When you're talking about the analog versus digital I. Don't know if you saw the picture that went viral video. guests who did show up at one of the protests and guess who I am one hundred percent, or did not get caught up in writing and especially looting. What micro. Mike he's talking about. Past. Logan Paul did. Not Not Logan Paul, the Amish Ohio. Michigan up with their buttons and their buckles and signs and signs. Stood quietly and just and just spoke. They're very silent and polite. Truth and I. Don't think got caught up at looting. The van store to speaking of. Converse guys. Speaking Eluding Billy who owns the liquor store has a gofundme page a few hours ago, and it's raised almost twenty eight thousand dollars now. Oh! Please, participating. Fall Saint Regis Liquor on third. Street if you're looking to Google, that headline is saved. The Saint Regis the I. Don't know if you guys all saw the footage of the guy in the convertible rolls. Royce rolling in to town. Did you guys see that? Yeah, and we couldn't figure out who it was, but I. Think we know now. Is that what you're talking about? Yeah, I don't know who who was that. I was told. Frankie just Muna's. And he was with my friend said she figured out. It was ray J. It. What I was told, but I didn't. That's we were all trying to figure out she goes. I think IT'S WAY AJ As anti climactic. All right last call Aurora fifty four Palm Desert. Yeah Protesters, good how you doing. Good, you and Dennis prager out here for the Indian Wells Baker series last year. My husband and you both. Do! You're kind of familiar with the area that we that we live in and somebody is going to have a protest on our beautiful straight at Alpe CEO between the hours of three to five today. And people were talking to each other on instagram through this. These people that are going to have this protests. And people are Hashtag on twitter that if L. per se, oh we have Gucci. We have and I don't see how this is going to end well. Oh, you have a lot of hundred. Yeah Yeah, they'd. They're already boarding up the windows. Therapy shopping through traffic and You know we have our sheriff. Was it going to follow the laws in regards to the loss down I? Don't call it a team by the way. and. If you wanted to start your business, he didn't have a problem with it. Our Shariff on hoping that he'll be pro active, but I'm a little frightened by this. You know it's interesting. The board. The boarding up I'm so mazed. You see these guys they're coming at. You know they're they're. They're coming at the these boarded up windows of these gated up places, and they appear to have like a Walkman and roller skate and the next thing you know. They've pasta down the steel gate. Right I will give the devil. Do these kids it? It's crazy with. No, you know again. It's interesting. Haven't seen it, but. There is a line of battery operated tools now. That is insane that a really effective like you could get. A battery operated grinder. Put a thin. Cutting we'll be in small can of wd forty. No, molly lubes actually more effective can. Spray it on and get into anything, but the anarchist's cookbook. Yeah you. All, right? It's Ray J in the in the video. Awesome, my favorite video the whole. Week was during the same Malay the scuffle that was on Fairfax or going on on CBS. A television, city, or whatever it was this one kid you guys are probably all seen it. He chucked water bottle at the security that was at CBS and. Within. Three tenths of a second of chucking the water bottle at the not at the cops,.

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"amish ohio" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS

Fareed Zakaria GPS

10:19 min | 2 years ago

"amish ohio" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS

"That Z E N, I dot com slash ready. Now, what in the world segment, it's something you might expect in war-torn nations of failed states and outbreak of disease that is widely perceived as easy to control, but the United States is experiencing what the CDC says is its biggest outbreak of measles and twenty five years more than seven hundred people have been infected this year alone. And a lot of these cases coming from a surprising place. Williamsburg Brooklyn last month, the city declared a state of emergency and ordered mandatory vaccinations in certain Brooklyn, zip codes. How can the biggest cosmopolitan city in the country have an outbreak of a disease that was supposed to be eliminated in the western hemisphere. Immunization in the United States is high fa measles. Ninety two percent of children between twelve and twenty three months vaccinated, but for the authored ox? Jewish community many of whom live in pockets of Brooklyn vaccination rates are relatively low. And this community is an epicenter of the recent measles. Outbreak beezus can still occur in the United States. When unvaccinated people traveled to other countries experiencing outbreaks the problem compounds when those infected then come back to insular communities sprinkled throughout the country with low vaccination rates, according to vox in recent years, measles outbreaks have hit some Ali Americans in Minnesota, the Amish Ohio and Russian-speaking immigrants in Washington state in all these communities. Vaccination rates are low sometimes because of the difficulties of access in other cases because of a wariness about vaccines despite overwhelming scientific evidence proving their effectiveness anti vaccine treatments still runs high among certain communities in America, it hinges on misinformation that. Has been almost impossible to completely dispel. A modern turning point was in one thousand nine hundred eight when in Romania study published in the Lancet linked the measles vaccine to autism. The link was conclusively disproved years later, but the damage was done in two thousand and four some Ali American children in Minnesota where fears of the autism link grant high had a ninety two percent rate for measles by twenty fourteen child immunization in the community had fallen to just forty two percent. According to the Minnesota department of health today. Anti vaccine activists are targeting the Hasidic community in Brooklyn with literature. That highlights what they say are non-kosher, vaccine ingredients cells deriving from pigs and rats, this misinformation appears to be working, even though many rabbinical. Authorities have dismissed claims that vaccines are forbidden on religious grounds. Your Sheva attending children in the Williamsburg and borough park neighborhoods of Brooklyn. On nine times likely to be unvaccinated for measles than they counterparts at public schools. What makes us all worse as America's vaccination policy? There is none nationally vaccination in the US the of shoot, according to vox, most states offer exemptions from mandatory vaccines for school h urine on religious grounds. More than a dozen also offer philosophical personal belief exemptions one doctor quoted in the economists call these misinformed Barent exemptions. And there's long been a debate about whether or not a scrap them. Donald Trump himself has long parroted the false link between autism and vaccinations though last month. He changed his tune and parents to Doxa nature. Mandatory vaccination is a delicate issue in the US where such efforts tend to provoke outcry about personal liberties. But as no Feldman notes column, and Bloomberg vaccination isn't just about individual liberty. It is about public safety. Let's hope we don't need a pandemic affecting thousands. Maybe more before people start accepting the scientific evidence next on GPS. Donald Trump demanded that the whole world stopped buying oil from Iran by Thursday or face American sanctions. It's a powerful squeeze live work when we come back. Remember to create an ad like this one visit pure winning dot com slash CNN. Thursday was deadline day. That's what the Trump administration required all countries to stop importing oil from Iran or else. Those importers would face sanctions themselves. Why? Well, they haven't been shy about it. The White House has said it wants to deny the Iranian regime. It's principal source of revenue. Mike Pompeo said that before sanctions Iran's oil income was as much as fifty billion dollars a year countries. Like, India, China, South Korea, Japan, all had been importing large amounts of oil from Iran. So what happens to Iran, and what happens to those importers Meghan O'Sullivan joins us from Harvard's Kennedy School where she is a professor of international affairs, and director of the geopolitics of energy project. Megan will this work will country, stop importing oil from Iran frayed? I would say those are two different questions will country. Stop importing oil. We've already seen. Gene that the first effort to get countries to stop importing, Ronnie and oil was very effective and actually cut Iranian exports in about half. The question is will this next? Go Desiro round get things down even further. I don't think they'll go to zero but they will come down significantly for where they are right now at one point five million barrels of oil a day a lot of it depends on China. But this again is very different from then will the policy work getting Iran under greater economic pressure is not the end all of the policy or at least not as articulated by the Trump administration. The question is will this pressure deliver political changes real negotiations? And what is the effect you'd think it will have on Iran? Well, we've already seen. I think there were some big questions when the US unilaterally pulled out of the agreement with Iran, a lot of people speculated that on its own the United States would not be able to bring a lot of economic pressure on the Iranian. Economy, we've seen that just not the case. The Iranian economy is under severe pressure the American unilateral sanctions because they are secondary. Sanctions. They're also threatening sanctions against Iran's consumers or customers rather we've seen the Iranian economy is really really suffering. The I MEF says it's going to contract by six percent. This year meeting that Iran's economy is going to be the worst performer in the world apart from Venezuela and Zimbabwe, then so the question is can the Trump administration take that economic pressure and convinced the Iranian regime to come to the table and negotiated deal. I would say that the the components of a strategy that would work are not in place because economic pressure is the only thing that we're really seeing we're not seeing that coupled with a really credible argument for sincere negotiations, I think the Iranian regime, and frankly, a lot of the world have questions about whether the Trump administration really wa. It's go or they're really much more interested in creating an economic collapse and potentially a regime change as long as the Iranians have that question. They're unlikely to come to the table to negotiate with the Trump administration or anyone else all this works Meghan because of the central role of the dollar in order to do international currency transactions. Today, you have to price it in dollars, which means effectively you need the federal reserves involvement is possible that this move will get the Europeans the Iranians the Chinese the Russians to do what they have kept saying they wanted to do which is create some kind of or or turn to the dollar. Well, this is a great question. It's really been a slow moving effort. We've been hearing about people creating alternatives for many years. I would say we now see evidence of not just our adversaries looking for ways to circumvent sanctions by creating alternatives. So that all our, but also our allies. So you've noted on your show before how the Europeans have created a special purpose vehicle with the objective of trying to be able to have some trade with Iran without bringing sanctions into effect turkeys talking about creating a new mechanism. Iran is interested in creating new mechanisms China and India probably will look into this. I think they will find limited success in these mechanisms. But I do think we're seeing real movement in that direction. And that those of us who are worried about the over use of sanctions have real cause for concern and tangible things to point at it could be that this particular episode where the US. Is so alone in creating this pressure on that this is this appears to maybe in retrospect to be the tipping point where the US has really overplayed its hand on sanctions. Meghan, O'Sullivan pleasure to have you on fascinating conversation. Thanks very much next on GPS. 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United States, Brooklyn And Williamsburg discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS

Fareed Zakaria GPS

04:06 min | 2 years ago

United States, Brooklyn And Williamsburg discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS

"It's something you might expect in war-torn nations of failed states and outbreak of disease that is widely perceived as easy to control, but the United States is experiencing what the CDC says is its biggest outbreak of measles and twenty five years more than seven hundred people have been infected this year alone. And a lot of these cases coming from a surprising place. Williamsburg Brooklyn last month, the city declared a state of emergency and ordered mandatory vaccinations in certain Brooklyn, zip codes. How can the biggest cosmopolitan city in the country have an outbreak of a disease that was supposed to be eliminated in the western hemisphere. Immunization in the United States is high fa measles. Ninety two percent of children between twelve and twenty three months vaccinated, but for the authored ox? Jewish community many of whom live in pockets of Brooklyn vaccination rates are relatively low. And this community is an epicenter of the recent measles. Outbreak beezus can still occur in the United States. When unvaccinated people traveled to other countries experiencing outbreaks the problem compounds when those infected then come back to insular communities sprinkled throughout the country with low vaccination rates, according to vox in recent years, measles outbreaks have hit some Ali Americans in Minnesota, the Amish Ohio and Russian-speaking immigrants in Washington state in all these communities. Vaccination rates are low sometimes because of the difficulties of access in other cases because of a wariness about vaccines despite overwhelming scientific evidence proving their effectiveness anti vaccine treatments still runs high among certain communities in America, it hinges on misinformation that. Has been almost impossible to completely dispel. A modern turning point was in one thousand nine hundred eight when in Romania study published in the Lancet linked the measles vaccine to autism. The link was conclusively disproved years later, but the damage was done in two thousand and four some Ali American children in Minnesota where fears of the autism link grant high had a ninety two percent rate for measles by twenty fourteen child immunization in the community had fallen to just forty two percent. According to the Minnesota department of health today. Anti vaccine activists are targeting the Hasidic community in Brooklyn with literature. That highlights what they say are non-kosher, vaccine ingredients cells deriving from pigs and rats, this misinformation appears to be working, even though many rabbinical. Authorities have dismissed claims that vaccines are forbidden on religious grounds. Your Sheva attending children in the Williamsburg and borough park neighborhoods of Brooklyn. On nine times likely to be unvaccinated for measles than they counterparts at public schools. What makes us all worse as America's vaccination policy? There is none nationally vaccination in the US the of shoot, according to vox, most states offer exemptions from mandatory vaccines for school h urine on religious grounds. More than a dozen also offer philosophical personal belief exemptions one doctor quoted in the economists call these misinformed Barent exemptions. And there's long been a debate about whether or not a scrap them. Donald Trump himself has long parroted the false link between autism and vaccinations though last month. He changed his tune and parents to Doxa nature. Mandatory vaccination is a delicate issue in the US where such efforts tend to provoke outcry about personal liberties. But as no Feldman notes column, and Bloomberg vaccination isn't just about individual liberty. It is about public safety. Let's hope we don't need a pandemic affecting thousands. Maybe more before people start accepting the scientific

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"amish ohio" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"amish ohio" Discussed on KOMO

"Televised address to the nation. We will rebuild Notre Dame cathedral even more beautifully. He added that we can do it. And once again, we will mobilize to do. So about crawling thinking firefighters and police and donors who are giving money for the renovation President Donald Trump keeping up his attack on the origins of the Russia investigation as he awaits the release of the redacted special counsel's report, Trump portrays the investigation as an everybody Democrats and career officials in the Justice department to bring him down telling a Minneapolis TV station yesterday. This crime was all made up attorney general William bar plans to release a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Thursday here in Washington. It's been weeks since any new. Measles cases, have been confirmed after that outbreak in the Vancouver Portland area. But nationwide CDC's as cases are up nearly twenty percent in less than two weeks. Washington Post national health reporter, Lena sun has been covering measles extensively this year joins me on the KOMO news. Lena. Hi, how are you your latest piece tracks as you put it in Michigan's patient zero? How many people did this one man had fact one traveller infected thirty nine people. I think that they've pretty much controlled the outbreaks. I don't know if there'd been any new cases reported, but he traveled from Brooklyn New York where there's a huge measles outbreak raging in the ultra orthodox Jewish community. Drove through the night to Detroit where he was raising money for charity, and he felt sick on the drive out. Fifteen hour drive doctor after he got there. And here are a couple of really telling things first of all the doctor had never seen measles because you know, the United. States had eliminated measles back in two thousand. So the doctor misdiagnosed a man's fever and cough as bronchitis. And then when this man was sick he had an antibiotic the doctor prescribed the duct. And then the men complain about Arash the doctor thought it was a rash that was allergic reaction to the antibiotic. But in fact, it was the measles. Telltale rash when you have a rack four days before you have the rash. You are infectious. And in other words, shortly after the guy arrived, he breed, and you know, did so many people with this highly contagious respiratory virus is a symptomatic of doctors nowadays that they just don't recognize it anymore because it is so rare. Well, if you're a younger doctor measles eliminated in two thousand right? So that was almost twenty years ago. Right. Your doctor in your thirties or forties. And you probably would not have seen measles cases. Especially during the week. Winter and spring when there's cold and flu there are a lot of the similar symptoms fever, cough runny nose. And that's part of the issue with the measles. Outbreaks now, the United States the vaccine was so successful in eliminating this disease that people don't think about measles. People haven't seen anybody sick with measles. And doctors don't really think about that as a possible diagnosis orthodontics Jewish communities and also Amish communities seems to be a kind of a hotbed for the measles. Any reason why measles is one of the most infectious pathogens on the planet and it spreads easily. If if you are infected with measles, and you through the CBS and up to two hours later, I haven't been vaccinated. I come into that CBS. There's a ninety percent chance that I will get measles. Just think about that. If you were in a community where people live closely together and live and work and put a school, and socialize all that. It's very easy to spread. Nearly seventy five percent of all measles cases reported to the CD. In the last five years have been in small insulin communities like Amish, Ohio, the orthodox Jewish community New York. But also there are other insular communities like the private school parents who send their kids to the Waldorf schools, or perhaps children parents who live in certain communities in Washington state Vashon island, perhaps where they don't believe in getting vaccinated, and they don't believe in eating this or that or so it's sort of self selecting communities Modum posts Lena sun where the entire the entire article in Washington.

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"amish ohio" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"amish ohio" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Back in february a carry gold which is an irish butter producer delicious product had to stop exporting it's better to wisconsin because of this law in a march eight local civil advocacy group d wisconsin institute for lawn liberty got involved they filed suit with the state government to get carry gold back on store shelves claiming that the law was suppressing consumer choice and then in april and amish dairy out of ohio called men nerva filed a federal lawsuit after being told it to either fly in stateappointed graders to stop selling their product in wisconsin amish ohio dairy called nervosa yeah what's wrong with the dow dare you so so yes so we're we're we're living in exciting legal butter times i suppose for for wisconsin and i'm kind of joking but i'm kind of not yeah i this is the culmination of of almost a hundred years of of butter battle her battle at sounds so excellent another fun cultural butter fact butter sculpture by urge of butter sculpture in eighteen seventy six dreaming i owe lung the kicked off this strange uniquely american take on butter sculpture when it made waves at the centennial exhibition in philadelphia thousands of people forked over 25 cents to see this butter sculpture preserved with constantly renewed buckets of i hit how yeah and the new york times wrote the harmony of the face is exquisite the ear is quite a marvelled of delicate manipulation is a big deal and the artist caroline shock brooks went on it tour after the success and eventually settled down in washington dc where she did purchase of presidents and other politicians portuguese out of butter in butter yep a k her work culminated in a massive portrait of a wealthy family called law rose at that took 8 here's what he had and was later sculpted more permanently out of marvel.

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