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Chicago Crash On Rand Road In Mount Prospect Under Investigation
"I'm going investigation into a rollover crash that occurred on Rand Road this morning. It's still shut down in mount Prospect both ways between Central Street and Henry Crews work out a crash with injuries in Hanover Park on Green Book full part east of Barrington, Rhode. Holds a crashing Hodgkins at 75th Hand of Willow Springs. No issues on the Edens Kennedy going outbound. Eight minutes to Montrose Express it 6 19 getting out to O'Hare inbound side 26 minutes over here to downtown 17 in from the junction. On the outbound side of the Ike. You're looking at 15 minutes for Wolf wrote 26 out to 3 90 31 minutes from 3 1919 in from Bolt Stevens and no delays, But the inbound exit ramp the inbound Ryan is all jammed up. On the Ryan out found is 14 minutes and 90 History Club minutes in about 57 4 lakeshore Drive all good. No soul spots on any of Illinois soul weighs 80 94 clear to
"barrington" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That house is in Barrington. So before you make that next Dennis appointment here's who to call 847. 381 59 58 or click on Main street. 312 dot com. Main street 312 dot com There's a Stacey West got picture on the front page of the Chicago Tribune Sunday and it shows Helen Wagner floating on her back. In a small pool of water cut out of the ice on Lake Michigan, and she's there. Is she relaxing or champagne? She's been swimming in the lake and has been every day we talk about that. Dan O'Connor, the great Lake jumper, here's a couple of Great Lakes swimmers. Did you know they were doing this should make wrote. It's minus two degrees, and the sun has not quite crack the horizon when Jennifer Hoffman's strips down to her bathing suit on this February Sunday, the lake is a vast field of white. Looking more like a tundra than a place to swim Until a few days ago, it was possible to clear a swimming lane using sledgehammers and swimming strokes. But today she'll be lucky to get much more than the plunging hole soon. Her friend Helen Wagner, in a blue bathing suit and green knit cap. Slips in nearby She gasps, she grins. The horizon brightens into pink, yellow orange. Mary Schmidt can paint a picture and Helen Wagner can swim. In that cold. Helen, you're on the air. Good morning. How are you? Good morning. I'm fine. I'm glad to hear. Well, I didn't mean like, did you survive? I mean, how are you? And did you go for a swim this morning, then also Helen? Yes, I saw him this morning. Although the small swimming area by the ladder Is now covered by a gigantic ice shard. I mean, that's the lake looks like Antarctica. It really is 100 escape. If anybody's been down there taking look, it's It's absolutely fantastic. So what we have gone into the last couple of days is what we call the trough because we've managed to make a small say it's about the size of a of a bathtub. It's small area that we can safely get into it out of, and it's just deep enough for me to do my classic dunk before I get out. Yes. How long were you in the water? When you go in Today. I actually, um kind it I was in for six minutes. It's harder to stay in when you're not really able to even tread water. Yeah, you get colder faster. Before when, when there was actually swimmable water, which there was for quite some time into February..
Ho! Ho! Ho! It's a Christmas Special
"Was good people. It's your boy richie rich against the men and welcome to another episode of black book. The podcast today. We'll go full house joy. I'm buying my man. Kill someone. Sanchez was going on people. Romy romy miss fi fi and this is a christmas special time of year where everyone gets. Merry bit wavy because chocolate chocolate on the menu. What's game on kobe plan. And just by the time of year well families get together quite big insane coaches not so much in others but of course when asked to solve with his. What does christmas mean to you. Want to start off well. I'm the biggest christmas fan. Hey i'm sorry about family. Food presents the food again. Food alcohol six and the baby still ahead okay. So what are we talking about them. My family is everything. No now say wa- table comes hinder eighteen tech. He got the lamb. Got the geest. Got the pheasant that runs across the road against everything so you have to make sure everybody on the tables causes to some mac and cheese and because over the years. Vegetarians have come into the family. Annex shifts piece of squashed on the table saw me to teheran than these new trends may see you accommodate all. Come on the table you know. Why rage pilots to keep everybody happy. Okay cool cool co. he's always say what's christmas like food. Food is well. Yeah we'll see what nigerian about. Gardening office definitely jello question. Those nigerian ghanaian joel a different general. I'm going to be biased. I'm going to say even nigerian going to say guardian. I think it because not julian stole. You've boise to the ones of have tried to the best of chefs senate. So you go there you go. That's why the nigerian dav had support. No one day. Say yeah say okay. Jell fries whilst more traditional dishes or stick to western so foods well for me mostly above some african on british But may i just stick to my often the beef. Yeah and. I'm badgering man. That's the only time very often could notify mccollum. Run have some parliament members that just work twenty four seven were clue. Just just everyone around the daewoo into can be foolish. And yeah you know. That's what it's all about mary. Month sange war. As everybody else said food oversee we in was being jamaican and guyanese. So you obviously there's the or i don't eat red meat so no pork beef. Norrland orlando for myself. i'm. I'm just now missing christmas with a crack. How can you be trying to tell backing swine. Ccc the puck is still there and pat cap. Good to know you is there. S and p's the coleslaw. Mac and cheese rose chicken as mom cooks the alarm and the pork is obviously my mom. My siblings eat it. Yes what was he christmas being. I've got massive family myself under off. Kgo eight siblings. Pretty time is mad for you. Then kinda matter now got two nephews as well so the family graham very family orientated. So i see my mom's side of the family on christmas day. And then i have a second christmas on like the box. In the order. Twenty-seventh my dad's side of the family. Because my grandma still alive to this day fight. Gordon razor invest in ninety. So that's out of the family link-up hers because he's a little bit difficult now because of corona traditionally. That's what we do. So i see both sets of the family. The ones that are in this country anyway said food family music. Alcohol notice nobody. Nobody truly to still barrington levy on sanchez. Kicking him boy mobile missile for me. Christmas is all about say common together as a family in love all of that.
"barrington" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Well, yeah, there are a couple of them to that air really going crazy are bearing the bearing scenario all the Barrington's North Barrington, Lake Barrington, etcetera and Lake Forest, and one of the reasons that that seems to be happening is I'm an affluent person. I've been living in the city. The lake front was shut down. I may have little. Only a balcony couldn't get my kids to the parts. And as an affluent person. I could move quickly because I may not have to sell my existing home to buy another, and we're also not commuting as much as we were. We were living in Lincoln Park. We're living in Lakeview, the West Loop. Because our offices were right nearby, and we had shorter commutes now where either not commuting at all, or only commuting one or two days a week, So commute time doesn't matter to me as much, So let's get all the way out. These places where we get a lot of room. We get a pool and in many cases in late in Lake Forest, we might get some lakefront. Get a big house that has room for you to have an office and me to have an office and the kid's dead. Classroom Esso. We saw it happen a lot sooner in the high end suburbs like as I said Barrington and Lake Forest because in many cases those people don't have to sell in order to move. If I'm trying to sell my $200,000 condo in the city and move out to the suburbs generally, I've got to make that sale first. So I can afford the lead. So we're going to see more of that coming farther down the line a couple things. You point out in this article. Very interesting. Or riverside. Big lots of people looking at Riverside that tops the list. I think like forest as you point out South Barrington. You know, Barrington Hills, make mentioning those Wayne up 45% Highland Park up 35% kind of worth. Same thing You're just talking about Potato via countryside and Clarendon Hills. Also up 30% and Willow Springs as well, That's AH, little more affordable country over there in the medium prices. You're saying median prices are closer to 300 or even less. You guys thinking countryside, so there's some more affordably. They're like they're 22 things happening in 2020, and in some cases they intercept. One is the low interest rates that have made Villa Park go crazy. That lower priced buyer down in the they said, Like 204 100,000. And the other is co bit and when they intersect, I get to a place like Riverside, where on agent told me in the story where we mentioned Riverside and agent said, You know the way this town was laid out in the 19th century. It's all park land. So again if you're moving out of the city, or if you're moving out of anywhere where you didn't have a lot of access to parks and playgrounds and that sort of thing in Riverside, you walk out your door and you're in green space along the Disclaims River and And other parts of town. So we're seeing again there. These two factors low interest rates, and I need to move because Kobe has changed our at home lifestyle. And in some of these towns it intersects in others. You know the countryside in places like that. It's largely Interest rates. It's largely the low prices and they boy, are they low? You're absolutely right. Hey, what about the city? Can you talk about the city a little bit. I know you've talked about in the past, right, Read one of your articles That said that the Chicago City proper is sort of lagging behind the suburbs a bit, But there are hot spots in the city, too, aren't there? There are Yeah, actually, if you think of the Far Northwest and far Southwest Edison Park as in part on the North West Beverly on the Southwest, those places they're doing really well. We're also seeing Bronzeville, which was a sales machine for a couple of years. I before Cove it had written routinely about sales of half million dollar homes in Bronzeville were booming, generally. New construction homes, and that's continuing, in part because I I'm living in a condo downtown. We need some space and one of the most one of the Comparatively most affordable spaces neighborhoods in the city. Bronzeville is close to downtown. So it feels like I'm still essentially in the same area. But I'll get a backyard and those kinds of things in the 56 $700,000 range. Where if I were to go to Lake you, Roscoe Village, Humble Pub, Bucktown Wicker Park. I'm spending a million that sort of thing. So there's a lot of sales in Buck to. I'm sorry in Bronzeville, even though it's close to downtown, the places that have been very, very hard to sell our well, basically downtown condos. There's a massive backlog. Of condos. People are shying away. It appears both because with Cove it I don't want to be in that kind of a space. A little balcony is not going to do me enough. And because there have been some spasms of Rest downtown that have scared people off. You know, with the hope of the vaccine on the way, and that this is do we just needed to turn a corner and that it all could be coming at least partially to a close in coming months. Do you? Do you think we'll see signs? I know you have a crystal ball. But you know better than anybody else. I did. I know. Um do you think we'll start seeing the trends? Change it all or what do you think we will see what will happen? You know what's interesting on it is in the first month, two months of the pandemic, it didn't seem like the housing the housing market was going to change that much. Everything was going to shut down for a while and then pick back up, but the slightly faster than before pace that it was on But it has picked up so much. There's been so much change.
Fauci calls coronavirus herd immunity approach ‘nonsense, very dangerous’
"The nation's top infectious disease doctor, is denouncing an approach to controlling Corona virus. ABC is Erica. Turkey has more on the idea of herd immunity. It's called the Great Barrington Declaration and approach that relies on herd immunity to defeat Covad 19. It would protect the elderly and allow the virus to spread among younger people, Dr Anthony Fauci told ABC News. It's ridiculous. This idea that we have the power to protect the vulnerable is total nonsense because history has shown That That's not the case while the virus persists, vouch, he urged American families to think twice about indoor gatherings on Thanksgiving. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK, The mayor of Waltham, has issued a
Fauci calls coronavirus herd immunity approach ‘nonsense, very dangerous’
"Barrington Declaration and approach that relies on herd immunity to defeat Covad 19. It would protect the elderly and allow the virus to spread among younger people, Dr Anthony Fauci told ABC News. It's ridiculous this idea. That we have the power to protect. The vulnerable is total nonsense because history has shown that that's not the case while the virus persists, vouch, he urged American families to think twice about indoor gatherings on Thanksgiving.
Fauci calls coronavirus herd immunity approach ‘nonsense, very dangerous’
"Heard a lot about the White House embracing a study done by a Harvard doctor about herd immunity. Will, Dr Anthony found she's now denouncing a Koven 19 approach that has been endorsed by some at the White House. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski has more on that. It's called the Great Barrington Declaration and approach that relies on herd immunity to defeat covert 19. It would protect the elderly and allow the virus to spread among younger people, Dr Anthony Fauci told ABC News. It's ridiculous this idea. That we have the power to protect. The vulnerable is total nonsense because history has shown that that's not the case while the virus persists, vouch. He urged American families to think twice about indoor gatherings on Thanksgiving. Aaron Carter Ski, ABC NEWS New YORK All right, and now
"barrington" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"There is a proposal on Kobe that is now getting media attention in all of the ways that you'd expect the media to give it attention. Namely, the media hated. It's something called the Great Barrington Declaration. It is penned by three disease specialists, including Dr J. Monetary. He's a professor at Stanford University Medical School physician epidemiologist, Health economist and public health policy expert. And the Great Barrington proposal is very different from the other proposals that have been put forward the total lock down proposals, the universal Mask mandates and all the rest, joining us on the line to discuss it. The media coverage of it and the futility. Of some of the policies that have been discussed in opposition to it is Dr Bhattacharya appreciate your time. So much to be here. So why don't we start with what exactly The Great Barrington Declaration suggests it sort of looks a lot like what I did to Justin back in March April was first suggested by a Hebrew University science has something called controlled Avalanche. The idea being that you protect those who are most vulnerable and everybody else who was healthy. You basically Encouraged to live their normal lives. And as the disease moves through so long as it is not moving fast enough to overwhelm the hospital system. That is, that is not a bad thing. That is a good thing. It is making a lot of people immune to the disease that is building up herd immunity, which has become the phrase nobody wants to talk about. What is the Great Barrington Declaration? And what does it have to say about herd immunity, which has become the phrase that you're not allowed to outer anymore? That's the great parenting Declaration actually is a long lines, You said, protect the vulnerable. That's the most important thing and then let everyone else live their lives free. The Let me let me defend it because it's worth of defense on the we know from the One now that there may be a new lesson march, But now we know that there's a thousandfold difference in the risk of older people face in getting infected versus younger people that a thousandfold difference. Younger people die at lower rates from this disease. Then they do die from the flu. That is absolutely a fact. Older.
White House embracing herd immunity - WHO says letting virus spread to reach herd immunity is "unethical"
"Embraced the notion of herd immunity, the point at which a disease stop spreading because nearly everyone in the population has contracted it. But the New York Times reports despite the number of people who've been infected 85 to 90% of the American population is still susceptible to the Corona virus. The White House sights what's called the Great Barrington Declaration, which argues against lockdowns and calls for a reopening of businesses and schools recently. The World Health Organization also said it does not advocate lockdowns is the primary means of controlling the virus. Though the head of the W H O said it was unethical to let Covad 19 spread to achieve herd immunity. The University
Mother Charged After 5-Year-Old Is Stabbed To Death In East Garfield Park Chicago
"Minutes 49 people shot seven fatally over the weekend in Chicago. That number does not include two stabbing deaths. 27 year old woman facing first degree murder charges for allegedly stabbing her five year old daughter to death have it in the East Garfield Park neighborhood Saturday morning and this morning. The mother is due in court. So police arriving this couple of times before his family's address the medical examiner's office identifying the girl as serenity. Barrington police Identifying the girl's mother is 27 year old Simone Austin, also a body pulled from the water. Ah, one earner twenties with stab wounds. She was pulled from the North branch. Of the Chicago River on
Bitcoin Dominance Theory
"Let's do what we don't discuss the mock and what's going on because yesterday we did say bitcoin pretty good troy and I'm going to call it a try. It did full through as hyped with the diaper, which was up three point three, six, percent gutter pretty kate levels there, and we are holding above ten thousand, five, hundred I'd like to say a little bit more Gas. Star if you will from bitcoin yesterday, what we closed up a percent, we close at seven to ten, thousand, seven, hundred, ninety full. Now, what does that mean to me? Or. Quite simply put what that means to me as well. It gave a little back didn't amazed. At one stage, we were up roughly tune off set. And we pull back away from those highs. We did. We did come back about one point full percent. We did touch a high of ten, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, three as we saw to approach that eleven thousand dollar mark and I think if we can get through eleven with, we really are starting to look better. It's it's just crawling. is not doing what it did. If you recall back through the end of July twenty seventh paying the mind where we sort eleven percent, we did say some increase volatility back into bitcoin with multiple falls and falls in sixes and that sort of thing percentage moves. It really has slowed up. But It still looks good. It's just a little bit. Now, the real interesting thing that I've found with the market lightly. And I was speaking to my. To the people that were in the live trading full of warning about this. I was looking at the bitcoin dominance. dude look at the bitcoin dominance shots from the top of my list of sudden missile got there and look over the loss and just can't seem on. This particular child doesn't move very much. So when I tell you that too, it's hot out full point one percent that's actually quite a decent move. It doesn't tend to have massive dice big one percent or a big dies won't percent yesterday was one point four percents that was a pretty big die. Bitcoin dominance using up point four percent now. The reason that I bring this up is it's actually important. There's a lot of things that I have saying when it comes to trading crypto. Remotely mostly when Bitcoin Sideways, what we ended up having is will have oats that work. Well, the FI trying to they taste say becomes a really good option. You know we we can short Xiv we can go along against that market. We'd leverage with spot we tend to say some really good moves. But at the moment. It's not sort of being the case we saw Bitcoin at ten thousand hanging around there and we we really didn't have a great deal of good trends. We did which the spark a big move but like a site spock's moves like they weren't exactly what I was, you know what I considered to be optimal trading conditions. So at the moment. Yes know looking at a A. Little, bit perplexed by what's happening. It's almost like a different dynamic is coming in. Now the dynamic that we haven't had of light has been bitcoin really having a good move member. If you around back in two thousand seventeen, typically ALZ would go up and the money would come and go back into bitcoin and bitcoin within takeoff and it would be a bit say so it was only for. For six months. Leading up until December period. Now. That's the only thing that we haven't seen really strong bitcoin words. The tykes back the throne and so does his hang on, hang hang on bitcoin ongoing now it's GonNa move. Have it saying that? Will we see that will full but it's just a theory on putting at sharing my thoughts on what's going on what I'm saying out there in the mock would damn point seven percent currently on. Bitcoin. At ten, thousand, seven, hundred, ten. The theory looking a lot weaknesses will show when I go through this. You'll say the ALZ even the top ten or thereabouts of have really had a bit of lead been lacking. Three point five percent down was a theorem yesterday. That's what it closed that closing at three sixty full one full and it's now down one point five, three, fifty, eight, point, six, two. So it looks more Barrington bullish except play fish that down one point nine percent today so far has sparked low that were twenty three point eight cents yesterday was down one percents and nothing too drastic yesterday as a matter of fact, the selling in exile place it'll happened to Hoffa now around that open time ten I am we we did say come off quite significantly good two and a half three percent at one stage it has since bounced back on Bitcoin cash now. Yesterday, it was up four percent today. It is down two point eight percent giving back where twenty, eight, point, four, five, and again looking pretty average their lot Quan as well. Yesterday, it closed down one point, six percent of forty eight dollars and thirty three cents. A pretty average looking shot needs to get about fifty dollars really. Could we setting high potential to push US hi through that it's forty seven dollars and seventy one cents at the moment base via up by one percent closing at one, sixty, five, seven, three. With down two percent at one sixty two right now and not much going on there either car down rolling over quite nicely. This could be potential opportunity for shorting on those lower timeframe. So they sitting at nonsense down two and a half percent yesterday closing three point six
Rhode Island Governor Requires Store Employees To Wear Masks
"The masks big topic of discussion yesterday governor Raimondo said that businesses are doing a good job of complying with this new state order to have employees cover their faces reminder said about two hundred inspectors were out and about over the weekend surprise inspections the governor clarified that the order requires customers to also wear masks but she said she hasn't told businesses yet that they can actually throw nana mask wearing customers out now she said mayors around in towns and cities are free to be more stringent such action has been taken as we noted in both east Providence and in Barrington but she has stopped short of actually saying that as of yet that could
"barrington" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes
"Family detention began a longtime ago around two thousand and one in the United States. It expanded in twenty fourteen under the Obama Administration which resulted in three family. Detention Centers in the United States holding about thirty five hundred women men and children. It was the first time that we've ever held children in custody for extreme lengths of time. Those are a company children. We have the same problem with unaccompanied children. We saw that starkly When the images of the Clinton facility came out what was happening to those children but the shift under the trump administration is the extreme callousness of the treatment of children in our system. We had rules under the Obama Administration that we could enforce now. They're saying that those rules don't apply. We had seven children die in immigration custody since the trump administration came in. That did not happen before we've had children sitting in Hillary's for seven to fourteen days during the clint time it was upwards of a month I mean these are things that have never happened in these iceboxes. You're not allowed to be there more than seventy two hours. And even that is too long. Yeah these are. These are cinderblock outposts in usually in very deserted part parts of the border with no. They're not detention facilities. They're just these freezing buildings with a toilet sink. Exactly in the government's job is to immediately upon a child coming into their custody begin working efforts to release that child to a safe environment and we stopped doing that. We've gone detention. I release one ever. That's the difference in this administration. Aside from the fact that the deterrents idea has just exploded. We're going to detain everyone. We're GONNA deter everyone. We'RE GONNA change the laws. So the difference between the Obama Administration and the trump administration is just worse like it says if the blueprint was created before. But now we're running full force. It's it's it's absolutely horrible. We all saw family separation. It was probably the worst thing that could imagine because we saw this children and thought of our own children that has not ended. Its just taken a new form of horror and we need to put the spotlight back on. What's happening explained so? We're not separating kids from their parents. Instead were sticking them in Mexico instead were putting with their parents with their parents. That's correct or putting them into programs where they have zero rights zero access to an attorney. Were putting them in iceboxes for prolonged periods of time in the Dili family Detention Center in Texas. There's a group of two hundred women and children who are currently at six months plus of the tension and no one knows they're they`re. They're suffering the most horrific medical issues because of their prolonged attention. I had to do with a group of ten amazing attorneys two weeks ago for a five year old with a fractured skull. To see a doctor from Dili from Delhi. I mean just to see a doctor. We had to go to federal court. I mean the treatment of children in in the immigration system and families specifically is absolutely horrendous. And unfortunately it's not on TV anymore. And I'd encourage you kristen. Keep focusing on it well. Part of that part of it has to do with the successful. I mean it's interesting. You raise that point. Because we've been talking about this internally. A big part of it is because so much of it has happened in Mexico. It's just harder for us to get the cameras hat right like when they were dealing with migrants by sticking them in these American facilities or underneath a essentially a bridge in El Paso or visits that officials made into some of those facilities. We could bring cameras. We can get them. We know we can bring cameras into a Juarez shelter but it has been successful in essentially removing it to the other side of the border in terms of the sort of spotlight exactly or hiding it in centers that they don't allow cameras into and you know another part of this is the debasement of the government in the positions that it's taking in federal court in defense of these policies. Right so yeah. This is like a harder thing to convey in a way that really lands but specifically the flora's settlement flora's consent decree to protect kids. Anna's bridget said it. It protects kids in detention conditions of confinement and release and it should be pretty obvious that it's a violation of a settlement. That says that you have to protect the best interests of children. If the way that you're GonNa Release Child is to dump them on the street in dangerous neighborhood to be homeless right. I mean that should be a no brainer and the question that we faced in this case was can a kid who is protected by the settlement go into Federal Court and protect her rights in the place where she's being detained and the settlement says exactly that the settlement contemplating exactly this eventuality says a kid can go wherever there's quote unquote jurisdiction venue. Which basically means wherever is the appropriate convenient place for the laws to be heard you can go into federal court and sue to enforce your rights and in arguing against that the government the Department of Justice filed a brief in which and this was a brief. I want to mention which was signed by Jody. Hunt who is the head of the Civil Division of the Justice Department? That doesn't always happen right. He put his name to this brief. And in this brief they took the position that a consent decree that binds the United States government that defines the rights navigations of people in the context of Immigration and federal detention area where the government is constantly claiming plenary authority. This is an inherently federal set of issues so forth. They said no no. No that doesn't belong in federal quarter. Dole what are you talking about? This is just an agreement. There's there's no basis for jurisdiction the federal courts over a disagreement and we laid out very clearly that of course there is. There's you know. Seventy years of case law that says that agreements that bind the United States. Government that deal with inherently federal issues like this are agreements that are governed by federal law. All the time I mean there's considered federal consent decrees across the country on things like housing segregation or you know Lawsuits about You know pollution superfund sites that are just you know people are back and forth in front of Federal Court. All the time is standard part of the way that like a consent decree is essentially refereed bull shore. And usually. What happens is that you are going to the court that issued the decree because that's the natural place to bring your lawsuit right This is a case where the decree for obvious reasons specifically contemplated that people are going to be of course all kinds of places so they should go to the federal court where they're detained and this department of Justice comes in and says no no no. There's no jurisdiction in the federal courts and on that issue when it was laid out very clearly in the briefs and and we had the log in front of the third circuit. You could really. I mean you can't always tell how a panel is thinking about an issue. But they were. I think I I don't want to speak for. The judge is obviously but my impression is that they were flabbergasted. Your claim right now. The the case you're pursuing says Migration Protection Protocol. Which is the shorthand for this policy of master move back to Mexico while people seeking asylum? Wait for their claims to be moved through immigration courts and be adjudicated that itself is unlawful. What's the case for that? Well the ninth circuit just found that and has issued a stay of the MP program In anticipation of whether the Supreme Court is going to serve on that state issue finding that it's clearly unlawful. And and the basis for it being unlawful is that the statute upon which they're relying does not permit for m. p. p. to be applied against those who entered the United States without inspection one. Meaning that they're they set foot in the United States and requests protection or it's also not allowed to be applied to people who are seeking asylum because there's a separate section under which they are normally apprehended and subject to expedited removal or another process which takes into account their fear. So it makes common sense if you if you break it down into what it is really think about it. The people that they are sending to Mexico are asylum seekers. You cannot send an asylum seeker under our laws to any place where they will face arm. That's the whole point. That's the whole point the anticipation of of the MP program the statute in which they rely on is for people who typically enter the United States through a port of entry. And you just can't tell what their documents are or what status they actually are and you need a couple moments to figure out well. Do they have a visa is good? It's you know. Do they have a crime or something that we need to take a second to look at? And we sort of hold you in that in that status. But if you're an asylum seeker and you have no papers tend to the United States. It is clear. What your status is. You are inadmissible to the United States but for your application for asylum. And what they did is they took this. One section of the law that that would permit somebody to to wait and contiguous territory to determine what your status to enter. The United States is they took that section and just blew it up encompass asylum seekers and there are separate sections that apply to asylum seekers that they're just saying well we're just not going to use that section and the court is like well. How do you determine what section this person actually belongs? Certainly exactly? And the government's position is there whatever classification we say so. Let me ask you this play. Devil's advocate for a second. So there's an argument that's been made by immigration restriction ests by people like Stephen Miller and Donald Trump and and others who support essentially the asylum. Laws are being abused that they would never intended to deal with these kind of mass migrations of folks coming from Central America that essentially through the grapevine and through folk knowledge What was being passed down to people. In Central America were things to say when presenting yourself at the border so as to pass your credible fear interview and entrance to the pipeline of asylum and maybe get asylum even though fundamentally what they really were economic migrants their category of migrant that the asylum laws are not designed for. What do you say to people who say this is just closing a bunch of loopholes? I think that it doesn't understand. The populations we're dealing with. The majority of those who are seeking asylum in the United States currently are from Central America from Honduras Guatemala and El Salvador. There south of our border. They have the ability to migrate here. We wouldn't say the same thing if we were talking about people fleeing the Democratic Republic of Congo or Angola or Syria. We know why they're fleeing the Central American countries that we're talking about are tantamount to war zones and what's most terrifying about what's going on in those countries right now..
"barrington" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes
"How did you find out that your own clients were being essentially kidnapped by the US government in defiance of a court order? It was actually a very terrifying afternoon because we got a call from the facility of this father and his daughter screaming and crying from illegal visit room because they had called earlier in the day. Happy and grateful thanking us for helping them And they were under the impression that they were leaving custody and we're about to reunite with their family and fight their case and everything was okay and an hour later. They called screaming and crying from an ice legal visitation room because ice officials were there. Multiple ice officials were there to physically remove them from that building and put them on a plane to San Diego. And I just have to say because bridget probably won't this about herself she and her colleagues are freaking heroes. They put together an emergency petition in the space of about three hours while this family was literally on the plane back to California that was going to result in them being dumped across the border homeless to Mexico again and this little girl being subject to trafficking. She was six years old at the time. She's seven years old now and they succeeded in getting an emergency order from the federal court inside of three hours by putting together an extraordinarily impressive petition. Faster than ought to be humanly possible and the federal court said put them back on a plane from California to Pennsylvania Return them to this facility. Which is what happened. They got they got all the way to. California that got put back on another plane can only imagine what this is doing to this. Little girl she gets put back into this attention. Facility in Pennsylvania and that petition then gets forwarded and assigned to the Federal District Judge who started hearing their claims and and the basis of these claims was that the MPP program is an illegal program and was being administered in the way which violates the statutory and constitutional and consent decree rights of this family and. They did that in an afternoon if they hadn't done. This family would have been probably be on their help. And and it's it's a really important point that the way that we were able to bring this family back was that no child should be treated the way that this child was and frankly no child. Under the flora's settlement should ever be sent to Mexico ever because the government has obligations to all children in its custody to provide certain things one of which is not being homeless and Mexico starving and subject violence. There are certain requirements that we have of every child that comes into contact with an immigration official and they've reneged on those obligations. How does I mean? Federal judges generally don't like it when you just like disobey their court orders. What happened when you brought this to the judges attention that the judge was upset. I think what the judge did was give us the appropriate process. And that's that's all we were asking for. We were asking for the opportunity to be heard because the point of this intervention by immigration was to stifle a representation and was to get this family to give up and to stop fighting right. That's what I mean. That's it seems like the goal of all. This policy is keep people away from representation if they have representation make it painful and try to essentially whittle that down there will pursue their legal asylum claims that people give up and they go away. That's right and what what the government has resolved to in this case now because following that we were successful in their appeal we were successful in the third circuit. Eventually with devices. Wonderful help is their resolve is detention. They've decided now because you fought and because you one. We're never going to release you and I just want to make sure that it's clear that tried to do this again right. So we had this federal lawsuit in the District Court in Pence in Philadelphia. And then the Third Circuit Court of Appeals and this lawsuit wound up being about whether the federal courts have jurisdiction to hear these challenges to the P. Program. We lost those claims in front of the Federal District Court and we took an appeal to the third circuit and the whole time that the case was on appeal. We had negotiated agreement in writing with the US Attorney's Office in Philadelphia in the Eastern District. Pennsylvania saying fine while the the cases pending in front of the Third Circuit. While the peel is pending. We won't grab this family and shoved them across the border to Mexico again. We'll forebear while this appeal is pending just to be clear this is after you have successfully gotten them back from San Diego back to the the burks facility back in Pennsylvania after they tried wants to get them out of the country. Exactly 'cause you you win. That emerged file an emergency. Stay you get them to transfer them back your now pursuing this legal avenue through the federal courts which is a narrow jurisdictional question which is do these people have standing essentially to have their case heard in the federal courts outside the immigration courts which are located inside DOJ. Right it's not a standing issue but it's a it's close enough jurisdiction. Sorry yeah exactly. And and the floor is issue is less about whether the claims can be heard in immigration court versus federal court but whether they can be heard frankly in federal court at all. I say okay and so that whole process started in in late August and September and the government lawyers said. Fine while the appeals pending. We won't try to kick them across the border to Mexico again and so we briefcase. We argue the case in November. The court gives us a fantastic decision in mid-february where the court on almost every claim says. Yes the federal courts have jurisdiction to decide. These claims. We're going to send it back to the District Court to move forward and so we thought great and so then. The government lawyers came to bridget and said well we only agreed not to kick this family across the border to Mexico while the appeal was pending pending anymore. Because you on because we won. And so we're giving you notice that we claim the legal right to kick this family across the border to Mexico at any time and What are you going to do about it? And they started some conversations and there was a couple of days of grace period and so forth and we had a mediation with the third circuit and the government wouldn't budge and their position became that they were willing to separate this father and daughter and maybe send the father back across the border to Mexico but not the daughter. Which of course would just be another way of traumatizing. This poor little girl who has now spent about ten percent of her life in federal detention. Jesus and so. We took the extraordinary step of going back to the third circuit with an emergency petition. And said look you need to defend the integrity of your processes in your jurisdiction. They are trying to send this family across the border which will interfere with our ability to represent them. And what's more is just a flagrant violation of authority of the order that you just issued which is an order that says that they should have the opportunity to present these claims in federal court and the third circuit responded by telling the government that they had. I Think Bridge. It was just a tiny bit more than twenty four hours to respond to our briefing and they put together their response and Twenty four hours later. I think it was the third circuit issued the emergency order that we requested and said this family will not be sent back to Mexico pending further order of this court and so that was a great victory for this family but it was a victory that we frankly never should have had to had to win well and also makes you wonder like how I mean. Obviously this is. It's you know it's like the old joke about the drunk looking for his keys underneath the streetlight Because that's where the light is like. This is a case that we can see because these people have representation but there's tons of people without representation. This is probably happening to all the time if they're doing it they're trying this with you. Obviously very competent and zealous advocates. Like what do they do with the tens of thousands of people? They run through the system with no lawyers. They do everything they can. They use every trick in the book. They're doing what they did to us to our client who is seven years old. She's seven and the amount of lawyers that they have in court to ensure that this child either stays detained or or gets deported or gets put in Mexico. I've never seen so many lawyers and this is not even to this is not even evaluating the asylum claim. They could just say look okay. Let's just hear the asylum claim on the merits? But they don't want that exactly and it's very important understand that these battles they're not about the immigration process. This is about what rights to immigrants have and the administration believes that an immigrant has no rights no constitutional rights no rights to even have a case heard in court this is about are they human beings. Are they individuals? We can do whatever we want with. And it's the position of the government right now that every immigrant in our system has zero constitutional rights. And it's it's a a great example. This girl MIA seven years old has been in litigation for ten percent of her life and has been detained for ten percent of her life and she knows that she won a court case. Two weeks ago she knows that and she's seven years old Having that conversation with her was absolutely ridiculous because when I told her that she had one case she jumped out of her seat like screaming and cheering. And what did she when she want jurisdiction but she's in a detention center screaming and cheering and she told her father At at that moment you know what I can do this dad thing. I can do this like we're going to keep fighting. It's pretty unbelievable so that victory is the one that Tobias you were saying right. That was the that was the the the Circuit Court. Granting your especially petition to stop any deportation. Well it was Granting us the right to have those claims challenging the MPP heard okay and the the basic position the government took is that there are these provisions of the immigration. Statute that say that most claims that have to do with deportation should be heard. I by the immigration courts and the federal courts can only get involved when there's a review of a final decision by the immigration courts. And the problem. Is that what we're challenging here specifically about? Mpp is not the disposition of their asylum. Claims is not their status as immigrants. It is the abusive treatment that the government is trying to inflict on them while they are in custody and while they are pursuing those claims and the government can abuse them while they're pursuing their claims and then only after they finish their claims and they seek appellate review. Can they say well wait? You weren't supposed to abuse us in the first place. That's obviously far too late. And one of the things that the appellate court did the third circuit panel did which was quite extraordinary was to frame. Its decision explicitly around that principle and and the decision sort of frames. The question if not now when and the court says often the answer is later for. Immigrants often. The answer is that you have to package everything in one shot at the federal courts. And you only get that shot after you've exhausted your avenues with the immigration courts but when what you're challenging is the way the government is treating you while you are here attempting to assert your rights. Then it's too late to say you're not allowed to do this you know. Everything is finishing the immigration. So I WANNA pursue the question of the underlying case against MPP being unlawful. Before we do that I just want to get a sense maybe bridge. You can speak to this because you've been doing the work for awhile. One of the things that happens in coverage of immigration is that people find much to their horror that some of the terrible things that we do on the immigration policy happened before trump. I mean the the conditions in which migrants have been kept in the ER led us that you're talking about the iceboxes have been have been a fixture on the border for literally decades. Well how would you characterize the shift like what about this in? The trump years is new. And what isn't well. I'm going to be very clear that is sued Obama several times for its his treatment of children and Immigration Custody..
Swedish man dismayed after being told he cannot change name to Tottenham
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"It's time once again for America's favorite show the Radio Adventures of third blowing. Brought to you by TECH FLOYD DOT com as you recall last time we were. We're in New York City in the eighteen. Forty two Dr Steven taken. The very odd job of Boeing bricks for Barnum in exchange for free entry into the American Museum where he planned to steal the infamous sideshow hoax. The Fiji Mermaid it would done now to cross the street with this last brick and we're home free. Let's all you talking about. What fidgeted noticed that decker? Stephen not is that in his forty five minutes brick rick moving he had attracted a crowd of about one hundred Astra have been watching him. But we're now following into the door the American museum where P t barnum now stood on soapbox. That's right folks. Step right into the American Museum and find the answer to all your questions inside for fifty cents you can find out the answer to your brick moving queries. You can see the Fiji Mermaid and much much more at Barnum's American Museum. The crowd surged past the dump truck and they were all clamoring pay fifty cents to find out what wonders the museum contained. This was your plan. All along wasn't exotic Ma'am right this way. Hey listen in my friend in this business you do what you can do to draw crowd and you're the perfect one to do it. Antastic now look we moved. You'll bricks and drew you out. Can we get into the museum. Deal is a deal you earned my friend enter away come on featured. It's going to take us an hour to find a way through this crowd and get to the Mermaid. You're trying to get up close and personal with the Fiji Mermaid. Let's check in with our hero. He wrote Dr Floyd who when we last left secured an exhibit spot right next to the fever made in the museum. This is humiliating. Dr Grant. Imagine me the world's most brilliant scientists nothing more than a sideshow exhibiting P T barnum's museum. We'll look at it this way Dr Floyd. There's no way that Dr Steve Can swept the Mermaid standing right next to it. I know I know you're comes the crowd Dr Floyd. You're on these. These chips isn't here to witness my humiliation faithful robot companionship's as you remember was currently undertaken the task of walking. Dr Floyd's Mother's Pomeranian puppy Mr Brady Jen's around New York. Dr Grothe Trust regained control. Mr tastebuds return to the main Exhibit Hall of the American Museum which is now packed with patrons eager to see the Fiji Mermaid. The museums newest attraction floyd. The man was a small ted in the world. is gross throw should bidder be. We're Dr Steve was hitting. I'm going to be very upset. And there's no reason to be upset because at that very moment Dr Steven Pitcher. We're at the very back of the line line to view the exhibits. What's right up there? FIDGET I can just see the top of it in this something else up there too that people looking at I can't see what it is though it's too small lab. There's nothing we can do but just by time fidget. Let Soon that Fiji Mermaid will be mine as people in line. It's like almost an hour and a half dot just even fidget to finally reached the front into the room and stand before the Fiji Mermaid fidget. There it is the Fiji Mermaid. Berlin you keep an eye out for bottom and as soon as the last visit leaves I'll grab the Mermaid. I wouldn't do that if I were you. Dr Steven what Dr Floyd. What are you doing here? I'm here to make sure you don't make off with the Fiji Mermaid puts how did you get in. It was easy. None of Your Business. Dr Steve What's important is that I'm here to stop you over the floor here. Is that dryer lint. That was featured his stomach upset at the site of the settle down. I'll take you outside in a moment and you can eat some grass. Well lookie here. My two newest employees of met each other. You both did a fine job today. I made. I mean we made a ton of money. Mr Barnum Sir. This guy was just about to Swipe The Fiji Mermaid what is true. I only took this job to make sure he didn't. Is this true. No it's not I would never Levi. Just think this former employees of my needs to be escorted out your thing imports because there's no need to get hasty here. I'm sure we could work something out. How about a lot of my sock shape? Frontier wielded run FIDGET. Wrong Taylor Museum running back down the street to their very own species as they exit Dr Floyd steps down off the exhibit platform. He was standing on Floyd. We sure are glad you could help. Ensure that the Fiji Mermaid it didn't get stolen Mr Barnum that charge Dr Floyd chips just called us on the handy communicate a ring areas you well. Apparently Mr Beardie chins spotted an alley cat and has dragged chips chips about twelve blocks west of here. Doug where we go get him. Here's your ninety nine dollars back. Mr Burnham officially resigned as a museum exhibit. This was too much of a circus for me. That gives me an idea. Levi sent a letter to James Bailey. I have an offer to make him serve boss Oh and then new kanye machine excellent. It's the new high-speed model right. The boxes oxyde will make a new suite every sixty seconds perfect. That means there'll be a sucker made every minute thought you said P.T. Barnum didn't say that you didn't think the writers would let this episode in without without a horribly bad joke did you. I guess you're right. RANDOM DOT of loyd leave to go find chips and Mr Barrington hop back in time and space free after dodger. Steve where will our intrepid heroes go next. Will they ever be able to put an conductor speeds villainous ways and just win will they be able to drop off Mr Bertie. Jin's back at home by down this week on the radio. Mentors Abductor Lloyd.
The Call Of The Wild!"
"Only last. I've talked heroes they. They were racing through time and space hot on the heels of mastermind. Dr Steve who had jumped back to the year eighteen thousand five steeler compass. From the Lewis o'clock expedition. They had also been burdened with the responsibility of taking care of Dr Floyd's smothers pomeranian puppy Mr beauty and decided to bring him along with them. Mr Beaches finally sleeping quietly. Dr Floyd Really. He must be worn out from chewing up your copy of brilliant and scientists monthly digest ships. Says we're coming out of time and space stream now in Missouri. Eighteen O five excellent. Got Your locate Dr Steven Pitcher. Make sure they stay away from Lewis and Clark land. Let's see what that no good Dr Steven it's up to keep. It looks like the fire has died out Lewis and Clark sleeping now. SAAG Chad's to sneak into the camp and sue I but compass Steve Creeps into the camp. Let's turn our attention. DACA FLOYD DR grant and chips for now. Sending their time and space ships gangplank come on got grant quickly and shut the door. Why's that Dr Floyd? We don't want Mr Beaten just makes a mad dash around pass. docker Rose Bushes to get. Ah Gone founder Dr Grant now we have to stop Dr Steve Anything Mr Bearden team. I'm sorry I didn't mean to. I know you just better hope. He doesn't get eaten by a bear. Anything goofing we'd better split up then how chips and I go. Stop Dr Steve. And you'll go find Mr Beardie okay. We'll do let's keep in touch with handy. Communicator ring we have handy communicator. Rings brings of course we do. Here's yours ever mentioned these until now initiative needs it's a well-placed pluckily freight idea. Okay let's go the white white heads off into the direction that Mr beaches was running Dr Grant and chips start. Trucking towards the camp of Louis o'clock we're talk to. Steve is now tiptoeing to supply boxes over there. The one marked navigation. I should must hold the campuses. Yes we'll just grab it and go. ooh This new Dr Floyd inside. Steve Reaches for the box of supplies. Let's see how not avoid. It's very hard for Mr Beardie. Jim Leach EP. Where are you Mr Beauty? Change a nice little cookie for you. Da Vinci's to yellow eyes staring at him from abortion. Oh No don't be grumpy. Wants to take you the teams wrestled with Mr Barrington's. Let's see what progress granite chips chips. Look there's Dr Steve. He's going through those boxes. We've got to stop it a pebble. What are you gonNA use a pedal deadly accuracy? Only befitting a robot chips hurls the pebble directly at the head of the sleeping meriwether Lewis. Oh Hey what hit. Who was looks around? The camp doesn't listen to see a grinning Dr Steve Holding one of their compass. Hey get away from their Clark. We got what we'd rob kids guns. Let's get visits Stephen figure dive into the bushes heading back towards their ship. Have come on. We're almost to the ship. Visit Dr Steven Features Stop Dead in their tracks by growling sound from the bushes in front of them. Does something ahead of us in that Bush. Go see what what it is. I'm not going to go. It could be a bear better. Hope it's a bear because he's GonNa go a lot easier on you than we are. Yes gentleman I I suppose you would like encompass back that would be a good start. Yes well we're here you go. Then Steve Throws the compass high in the back towards Lewis and Clark and if they stare at him and featured jumping in the bushes back toward San look at what a chicken. Let's go lock down the supply Clark head back to their camp. Dr Grant and chips come out of their hiding spot. Animal is still in the bushes. I hope it's not a really It's Mr Puritans come here boy. Boy wouldn't Dr. Steve embarrassed to know he was scared of a Pomeranian puppy. You're right chips. Hello Dr Floyd come in in Dr Steve Well Lewis and Clark did but he got away again. Of course we get Mr Beauty. Kin's gone back to the ship willing bringing down now. WHO's able to get Mr Beardie Chins? But we have Mr Bernie Chin upon returning to their ship grand chips find a tattered unscratched leaning up against a large. Wouldn't cry when Mr Brady Tennessee. Star Floyd hops out of Dr Grants hands and runs over to him looking space halo mystery beardie tea. Dr Floyd Mr Bearden Chins was with us the whole time I could him and put him in his screen. He put up a heck of a fight for such a little guy. Just then whatever is in the scranton besides loosening the nails holding the crate together. Dr Floyd. I don't think you've come Mr Barry. I think you've got something else. He's getting out as our heroes dive aboard the ship. The great and ask the ramp is closing the outline of a huge gray wolf unsettling dust our heroes wasted time and firing up the ship's engines than jumping back in the mainstream. Dr Steven Rayle their next. We'll be able to figure out. How long will they have to police it? Mr Mayor de Gen- find out next week on the radio mentors abductor.
"barrington" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In great Barrington say the pittsfield man was killed when he was accidentally shot during a youth. Turkey hunt in a wooded area long monument valley road. First responders rushed to the scene where he was pronounced dead. He was their hunting with three other people to adult and juvenile. No one else was injured. An autopsy is scheduled for today. Suzanne Sol's Ville WBZ Boston's NewsRadio California nearly seven hundred people remain quarantined after possibly being exposed to measles to Los Angeles. Universities a spokesman for California State University. Los Angeles said yesterday that one hundred six staff members and five hundred fifty students have been told to stay home and avoid contact with others thirty students and employee's from the university of California, Los Angeles also remained. Quarantine all of the students possibly exposed to a person with measles on each campus. Earlier this month, others have been cleared after proving their immunity with medical records or tests, the quarantines Mark one of the most sweeping efforts by health officials to contain the nation's measles outbreak who are cases have reached a twenty five year, high the annual White House correspondents dinner to play Saturday night at the Washington Hilton ballroom ABC's Dave Schreiber was there. The first time in decades. There was no comedian after dinner comedy had been a part of the affair going back to the Bob Hope days, the three thousand or so people who were there got a lecture from Ron chur now the author of biographies of Alexander Hamilton and Ulysses s grant chernow's said without facts, our democracy cannot function. I put any president who spies to the Nobel prize for peace. But we don't want in the running for the Nobel prize for fiction. President Trump was not in attendance at the dinner. Dave Schreiber ABC news, president held a rally in Wisconsin during the White House, correspondent's dinner, but to care not to bring it up. The president did bring up the usual, themes and attack the usual suspects. He talked for over an hour and twenty minutes boasting to pack the Rena in Green Bay about the economy and job creation. He also brought up his efforts to negotiate trade agreements, including the ongoing negotiations with China, and he urged Wisconsin to stick with him again for a second term. Wisconsin's one of the states that put him over the top in twenty sixteen. It is.
Dad: Hacker spoke to baby, taunted me, turned up thermostat
"I believe it was earlier this month. There was an announcement that I'll over seven hundred ninety million g mail accounts have been hacked was a big story about that earlier in the month. What? Yeah. I'm sure yours was affected a lot of people's learned. Hey, it's what it is. But odd consequence from this is actually from lake Barrington here in the area. You know, those nest thermostats and now they have cameras around the house for the security system. Yes. Apparently, you log in with those with a password and a log in someone hacked into this family's nest, and they noticed it because they were sitting outside their seven month old son's room, and they hear someone talking to their sons she freaks out thinks that it's just a baby monitor something picking up the south from downstairs. They go downstairs, and all of a sudden this man over this. Their nest system is screaming obscenities, add on call the N word f-bomb, just yelling at them. And then middle of the night. He turned their thermostat up to ninety five. They called the police. They don't know who it is. A hacker apparently kryptonite well, but it is gas. That is the reason it happened was because of their Email account the password had been hacked. Wow, that's terrifying. Just someone getting your Email. They can completely washed you and your house. Wow. That's just amazing.
"barrington" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Road in lake Barrington. If you're anywhere near the area. Please stop by the crowd seems rowdy. They seem nice, but very rowdy. But that's what you want. Yeah. We want a rowdy crowd. We got a rowdy crowd. This is perfect. You know, I always say to people we're not the best Christmas special. But we're the first Christmas. Now, you asked before we went on the air if any of you have been out to tree time before you have clap if you've been here before almost everywhere. Were you here as a group? Because sometimes the casino bus takes a wrong. Turn they end up here. It's like I'm in a whole different. It's like I'm on vacation driving out here. Yeah. Lake barrington. Even sounds like a vacation place lot of horses on the way. Did you see tables? Yeah. In a real dear right behind you. Isn't that cool? I want that so badly. What are you gonna do with that? On it. I don't there's a life sized deer right behind Wendy. And it's the coolest thing in the world. And I would like through the whole month of December to just set that up by the tree and just sit on it at typically are not the one to like pets. But as it stuff. Yeah. I would look to have one of those. But if you get one that eventually you wanna hurt of them, you don't just want one. So that that's where the problem would be do you have a sleigh to pull? No, there's no sleigh. No, they would just be running wild. I will be shopping in between commercial breaks. Can you believe all this stuff out here all the different trees, and I have to tell you you think of an artificial Christmas tree. He's don't look artificial looks in the latte somewhere a chainsaw and cut them down. Right. Right. Right. Do they call this the enchanted forest, or is that just a word that I care a phrase I came up with because that's when you look out and see all the lights in the trees. It just seems like an enchanted forest in rural the crazy else you guys here in the audience..
"barrington" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"Just lights while it was doing on the wisdom fucking forever. Jason, Andrew and Stephen, because he's the manager. Because I always considered this is three and Sleaford monks. Steve, because he's a really great guy. Did you ever gets made it was Iran record label, not sell the ended up sockets, poetry, just taken over your life. And I think it's become a part of your lives. Allow, you know? So yeah, to degrade. I mean, I liked by I like a lot a lot news, five, rarely. Nobody's really like an account. Wait to get it into a new book, which I'm working on an account. It's going to be live, which will be next year. So any gigs I'm gonna do at the moment, tend to stick warm comfortable with. When the Reverend the makers three dates, October, there's a couple not new of not performed live, so anybody that's come before and it's not seeing because only get ten fifty minutes can expect to few new ones is one cost jump to six shit role. Great tile, which is probably I just don't perform it. I know it works live yet about buying the shampoo. That's kind of mundane shit you can run about because it's not easy to buy some conjunction. So that might go out live and then we're going about sunglasses sunglasses. I'll tell you a row sunglasses, Ryan. It was. Ah poet. No Joan. Keep clock important to say about blues. A poet that was was a pedal social media in a venue fucking sunglasses, famous one again, jumpy clocks don't keep a close sunglasses on stage spit like Bono in it. He's kind of all right today. It's gonna go as well. We'll let you still wanna put on our and says, I'm COSCO's clogs. Yeah. But this may and my of great poet. If you know mobbing good name, Marvin, go, check out again, skip your bucket. Gumbo did another thing kings Marvin, and not seen him and heard about him. AVI going for years is a really fun. Genius. Poet does totally different styles. Very short limit creek kind of polling brides Bruin and we were chatting on the phone day, blah, blah, blah, because we talk a lot. I'm just. Just either you running line to fucking g not gonna fucking focused glasses being done. Died both having a lot of charts. The phone goes away and I just think fucking song the sun's outside you too. That's all I had stocks, Ryan, keystone of you confusing quick. You'll rung in bunk, and I went a fucking ice wherever you Bucky five minutes. I went away again and that's how it works. If you said to me right opponent about someone, my sunglasses go. I don't know. I've got feeling remained. Yeah, it just came out and then I had to line about, you know. She'll fucking sunglasses and I don't know me do not repaid they'll do. They'll They'll be be a. a word phila- meets. Awesome. Kind of I 'cause I don't know all about before poetry and how it works. They'll be some academic somewhere able to describe our ROY when you repeat every second line will be a word for it. I always have to Wikipedia, but a fucking sunglasses off. Surely you count, say ten fucking sunglass. Sunglass Lenny from late because I just I always think is late and I had to gold, what was his name? Because he remember what he's He's go..
"barrington" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"I went for this thing, blah, blah, blah. And this he's talked about on the nineteen fifties. You know what I mean? This was like nineteen Ninety-two some before he died the interview. And he says, I went to Sunset Boulevard and I went to Hollywood the erected this apartment. This part in this foam, remember going to apartment. I had this pool combat leaving, said, exalted laser coming on the. Puz so beautiful. I was ready to do the shoot for the first film the next day. And then I went to bed and woke up when I came to be, you know, I clicked his fingers and I'm, I'm sure it was piled looked. I, it's a new cheap basic. What you're saying was that say, it's gone fall years of career, but it was because you think you going. There's tons of apartment, you know and he just played his things and then woke up when I went to and I almost I almost think I left school ninety seven avenue little about ten. Number one from the show up what house mines people themselves deaf on on a went to bed, and I woke up on. I'm doing this view now and that's fails. Do you ever get line just may. Wanna think back to the last twenty years. Yes, but I think we should pulls a poem. Oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. What do you on something sad? Because we're going to sat down one now. I think we should get out. I don't go inside, but I think we might be some thin. Do you? Do you know when you open for these bombs onto the after? I'll start now you got to do that. Do you always have something it open with old dependent all wall and euro? Yeah. Yeah, I tend to well, that's what I tend to. I tend to vote with what I used to always open for sleep with most with the point calls as a reason because he's very, very fast. Then I started, I saw a push the ball revenue to make a start with a point call. You hot may which starts very, very saw two, two parts to it. I very romantic, very poetic, and I wrote it. I wanted to really write something really poetic really saw metaphorical and almost sorry improved. Those kind of cynics Academical poetry will dot com right poetry because. Without swear without being what Kurtz. What was being cut? Yeah. Boy, it's about meeting someone and how it turns out. So I'll do it now calls me and I used to when I do my own show, I used to perform the first three verses in very kind of John Gielgud. You know, you had me when you first head do to that now because it's really annoying. It's called you. You have me when you first said headed? No. When the firm in your eyes was all glow when the rapture and the passion was in full flow, you had me you had me with your beautiful face down, winsome smile, and your warm embrace that elegant pause and your entire thing..
"barrington" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"So. KOMO. I don't do with bunch of combs. They own in trunk because what I told Jason after the gig if you've been a choice club, but if he was Jason tell you, there's like a fire escape stairwell where the artists KOMO and then go into the stage trades. Brilliant. I was smoking at the time. He's stunned. What I mean? Even Jason while the I don't think you're smoking. I'm Jewish smo-. So we when that finished a gig become off, and I told him that store and each fucking grabbed me may go fucking brilliant because I wanted to comes with the already going to open up with that was in this atlas, move it to the top? No, that just because they were, they were down in a little of little areas. So they went watching my Cup lesson seen so many times. Why would you want to watch my. But the thing was what gig did not woman thinks she was going to hear that kind of language. So skip forward a bit. I'm on the minute stand with Stephen loosely manager. Selling me as blah, blah, blah on a rose came over and I'm thinking, oh, here we go. This is my be the point where fucking block is you know what I mean? And he was let said, listen, I'm sorry about, you know. You know, I can carry man, you know. Funky told you know about, I thought you fucking building. I can just I'm trying to Liam Gallagher inside going full full. Then she come over and shit. Absolutely love. Let ball book signed it two days. What did you vote come. Fuck off. Where's this going? I'm gonna get shelter. After that first gig all went well, me worried about Nazreen here. Me worrying about while I'm going to say about that. So when did it lead from that? When are we going back to the arms? Oh, the carryings on the kings. Did I think think anything. Do some of the songs are ro I'm gonna do poem's don't go down, which is as become quite well known within my aunt and everyone loves was originally a song could that's not in June, It's I no one can say. say. Could could have to dig the clock could say, maybe another time I'll sit and play it to see f. a. is quite choppy little kind of catchy song. It was a song a lot of the early poems worth. So I just turned into a point and I did that from from that and I was doing all these stuff that I'd wrote a songs. So where I'd like amid lay things out where things repeating chorus just made them points really know always doing. I'd always wrote songs emporiums fill like ten fifteen years. Most room shine kind of chop bits from other things, business stories and stuff. So from that gig, the Gary, who was their governments, you should check him out. Great poet, Don Rover, a invited me to death thing. I call Rome, which is moment. My phone's like a night down went down. I did a thing in your because that's where I went to this place in your. Guy called Jim. Hi, go to perform there and they went to hold because he was. Yeah, Jim's great. Yeah. Well, he did the festival. So then I went to whole, and again, going to whole was hockey box. The house mines day whole was this mythical place in my brain. I've never been to a sponde- all this great. So music, John name, and I was also into the velvet tones guy goes and all that whole stuff up. Jump pill used to play years by the same time, it wasn't as successful. So basically goes to home, does gig there met Jim? I go, and then it kind of went from there really. And then you didn't obey Facebook and blah, blah, blah. And. Yeah, I think I fell asleep drunks mythos is drinking. Now woke open to this podcast. We think we should remember Tony, I looked it's only an interview and parks, and he stays me to this day, right? Gray because you'll get this. He talks about timelines fucking clue. I did used today the mindset years ago, twenty k. was on, I think it was pockets and he was Russell is he was brilliant. He was talking about why we I got into Hollywood. I I became an actor, you answer, so you'll get this on it. And he said, he said, I did this edition..
"barrington" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"They're going to listen. No going on at nine. So use me jumping because it's a big crowd on my cell more books because it's all about selling bulk exposure. But with an John will tell you said, the two gigs at Sheffield, munch this Sheffield. There was a crew in that, obviously, local big Reverend makings funds, and there were being quiet. They would that that that that, that that. I just wanted to go over the sofa and eventually they just came home because I've got my I do comedy as well. So I've got some great Hecuba down which which mind? Yeah. So there was a couple of guys be really, really noisy, and I stopped folks. I'm working pay. I don't Kentucky my renew and your work. Wiping tables Donald's with the whole place goes up so they've got you always have a county on. Yeah, and I've got the microphone, but it money whether you like it was fucking genius. Echo put used to say, you can be the funniest money in the ground. I got the microphone you look on and I've kind of adopted from again, going to listen to the label COMEX where we go and I'm good and it stays with you because they were brilliant. You know what I mean? You will be very funny people in the crowd full obey that one on one ever going to knock you out, although now you with the wit, nobody can hear Canaries five, six. Now make them look at full the rest of the crowd, but don't get. Yeah, but don't get me wrong afterwards. I'm always thinking, so I always finished with another no wings come by a book. You know what I mean? We're all friends. Yeah, exactly. Two towards today. I'm selling, won't pace. Day when I got a good idea. But then after the danger for every every ounce, I'm sure even Jonah, Jason from sleep monzo. Whatever bond. If you're having a, I mean, bounds really don't really tend to poke with the audiences. I'm show Jason from Sleaford Muslim, and I've seen him a few people. Somebody threw a dulls arming. I was supporting condone days, won't feel dollars islands day kind of blood that was about it was, but it was fun, but he threw it back out of gullible, nobody's ever pump. And because I think a license when you're on stage. Yeah. Because I always I'll say Simone, I'll go, I'll go. Is he a big. People. One of the greatest echo I'm going to ruin a guy gave us on stage, but I'm gonna do have bridge Sleaford modes. Detroit's school with fun Tustin gigs sleeping fucking great. As always I was doing my my so now use the c. word loosely. I thought you'd lose in any of famine, offensive way, only used about five time. So would you know my mom makes me laugh of that word because you'll say, I don't want that code would I would. I don't mind sweating, but I don't wanna wear. The comb would just it Four. on. I was not use that word a couple of times Santa poem. There was a bit of a commotion at the bucket of the core parts sold out. So you know, after bit straits probably about six, seven hundred really intimate venue, and there's a commotion at the bucket of thing, and I could hear this lady, whatever saw going on a stop to this. You know the word you just you see what is to women in general data that says, I do apologize. I'm sorry for about. Contel what you're saying, which fucking place gentlemen..
"barrington" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"Why? Because you're critic. Yeah, I just think can go, you know, may not think a sound thick. You know, by the way when you don't so. Don't think I'll try and talk. Now talking why I love. There is. An aunt persona because you know, I'm not, you know you have to because when you sleep at months gigs skipping forward a lot where we can go back crowds and you do whatever in the makers when he doing shed seven, not did KENDALL collie way was for the charlatans and you go to remind canot, do you are you don't walk out that said, I'm a poet straightway if I'm in an audience. Again, I'm waiting for the bond goes on the poet. I'm going to be some gets, yeah, came poetry. I'll pay more as you know as you put your fine, but you could walk out when just I tell you, I tell you what I did the ritzy minister. We sleep with months fucking alcohol capacities. There must've been. It was two thousand people. I mean, might Kermit from block Greg, possessing a came and he was at the bundy's main. I want. I want come on just when fucking lions amo and I love that. Yeah, and that was nice. I have no said that before. I'm not about to say it now because it's like bragging, I'm not say opinion about what you just because all he could see was it was was people who've been dump any when when when the may not comes on generally around nine temples, nine depending the venue in very blessings of seven was absolutely during all the been drinking someone else, whether bears all right, most venues. The shines. Yes. Just one the main, but nobody really wants to support on. I mean, let's let's be on and it's nice when you find a good support bond. Yeah, I've done it. I've been in because I like music semi yourself. So I will. I will watch the support months ago with that. All you might say no keen on them. Most people interested, you walk. I was appoint for ten because that's how you can do ten fifteen minutes. You can't do anymore if you try to any more on your your loser. But yeah, and he said, because I just kept them quiet for ten minutes, ten fifteen minutes every was and it's because you almost. And I hate saying this, you walk out with the same issues. Gallagher, you watch. Liam Gallagher. Walkout whether you like, you know, as you've got that. Liam, Gallagher, genuinely shit, and he self every time he goes on to tell you because he's going out with the field and he sold these. Luckily same was when he was a kid. I'm fine. Itself guy by any means MRs could no tens on his show. I'm no fire, but what your kid growing up when your crew boys or whatever all odds and you find people from the next neighbor owed on the next CEO of town you have to front and it's all thrown student let you get caught now, but mostly chess style, shoulders. Sometimes you win. Sometimes you lose. I'm waiting for the day on stage when I lose happy Lookie so fun searching a smoke away of it. There was there was one occasion, and if John McCloy was in revenue to make is tell you. I think it was Sheffield academy because it's at home gig. It was a tough crowd because they were sometimes with technical difficulties and all that John put me on right before they come on. So you talking nine o'clock. Support on before you're in the middle. Before that coming months, you Steve under, they do thing. He was not perfect bridge in between, well, aren't you? The comfort zone would be to go on seven o'clock and performed to maybe a couple of hundred..
"barrington" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"So what you mean when he said, lost lost the dole on and off the dole doing this doing that, you know stuff. Come sail tape. Oh, yeah, you do it. It's funny how you end up in life. You know. I think I was always writing stuff. Show people what you know. Beverly away was just my little way of. I kinda wanted to be a Paul. He I know people are left with little pizza sauce. My to me, he's one of the greatest limit grind in the country is a big influence on me. Always always used when I didn't do that many interviews it, so I don't see him anymore. I remember seeing one years ago when he was on Friday with Chris Evans on never forget it because he came across his war on the most genuine blow. Yeah, full. You know, because I said I was Ryan, I play guitar writing songs, and I was in this little folk club in softening swimming because when folklore. Eat, moved to munches two ponies to beautiful south entity sauce spill. And then he went solo and he was on Facebook on student in policy in junior, which was his name. So he comes in June run. And as you do. So. Frederick West accepted in his ass night engine. It was because he went through a spell what he was genuine. They'll baseball. And then we always doing these songs and posted them on Facebook at the time. Well, we recorded them over the Fidel's was where we used to play in this pull play folks on threes out on songs who's called the snow songwriters, and he really liked to. I wasn't a great singer, still not grazing compla-. And how old were you now on this time? All this is this is what we've follow. Coffee is just this show about three thousand seven, right? So this is kind of how it leads into me doing poetry because I got to know Paul because he because of the stuff I was dating online and Facebook and so on and so forth. And he took kings arms over and I used to do thing that called sofa salutes Dylan, which is Dillard nine. I used to go out and play anyway. And then a poetry am Emmys go fund at the time, said, did approach journal do so many songs. I was thinking why? Because songs yet account. No, no, he's because you know, lyrics, we did a potion I, I'd never stood up. Read poets rats played guitar to degrade odor someone else because never confident plano may own, and then ended up going to this dispostion proposed so much flipping by he's big hero mind, all these albums house minds people cell phones well, and he was a big influence and all of a sudden he's going to approach he's in the audience. How do we get from fucking dying going? Do. All right. So is this these podcasts word? This is some kind of regressive ferry. Appointment. I'm just gonna fucking twenty. Five years. I mean line from being ass- go on the dole because you said about that was the first time you go and for anybody ready. Two thousand twelve couch Montgomery, the poet..
"barrington" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"B. Barrington and joy. See it, and. Punchy to style. Goes to point, you can move. We want song. Everybody wants sunglasses don't as you know the points on us. Okay, testing. You're kidding allegiances. I always introduce yourself. I always had JV Johnson who you are best introduction introduced to now. Well, no, I'm Jay Barrington. I don't know who you are. Lovely to phone going. I'll do. This is called the opposite shock because my MRs realize this one, you're the reason for my early rise of glory in the Mon, and I'm the reason why you roll your eyes or roll away whilst yawn and you're the reason douse. My owned is in old spices, we had to bed. And the reason you prefer corporate psychopath got bookings that you the reason I bring flows to the door of our boat on the reason for your suspicions that are found him by the road. You're the reason for the five day in our fridge of vitamin c, and the reason there's always a chip on the go in time for say, you're the reason for the question. Do opposites attract Sam? The reason an answer and it's yes, I think you. Why. Pose a pop, you know. Transcend. We evidently. So we we all as Ryan secrete east riding of Yorkshire. Yeah, very nice. Everyone thinks still thinks soul food. This was going to say. In my view what we do in on the spread of a story to it. Yeah. I mean, I am from so little group there little sleepy hamlet onto the west of self if you know. But I, I'm Sharon as you do, you follow and she did wanna move on and I did. So I ended up in York about nine years ago while you'll though, because it will shout from scamper originally. Right? She lived in your time. I just move. Because I Don, I was easy for me to move around, you know? I mean, so because of work well under on just the father. You know, I just really fun to change and it was beautiful. You know, insurance wasn't willing to move not. I didn't lights offered our munches there where she was beautiful late and I want to say, oh, but you still got a loaf, monster, the soul, obviously. Oh, absolutely. Yeah, it would be the person I am without most offered the munchies. Tell me about going up little Holson to mon- superb. Well, four counselor stays. I lived on Montas with road state, Kenya. Way there was captured full was mount skit, full biggest states while the A Bill. Bill Bill, the sex to house the overspill of those in sulphur after so post wall. When they knocked all the slums, build appraising, Bob lout lot of floss open ships, everybody out. So for Markham gather from talking to mom and it was like utopia Kasumi. You move to this place where it was like from about guarded inside bug, and it was beautiful and may growing up that coming along later on in the seventies. Sense of community in that sense of, you know, the label close to flat out and then for me going in not lay gold characters. Would you would need you would never meet caliber of comedy, that sense of, you know. It's time..
Trump administration seeks to end agreement on child migrant detention
"Week Trump administration seeks to end agreement on child migrant detention. This. This is such a nothing burger story as well as well, this this goes back the allegation the media and the left made that Trump was purposely separating young children from their families at the border when they arrived at the United States for freedom and prosperity and Justice. Entropy hates immigrants was separating. The families is putting the Barrington Jalen and putting the kids in romper rooms. And he wasn't letting them out. Ever was horrible. And none of that was true. Trump didn't order anything. Trump wasn't ordering any separation and has been US policy for years and years and years. That families be separated when they arrive here illegally, and when the adults are claiming asylum.
Chicago residents accuse cops of planting "bait trucks" to lure thieves
"Well. No one really knows there is a new flap over, city hall over something called bait trucks to find out. What they are and what the controversy is, all about here's our Bill. Cameron they trucks are trucks filled. With virtually, is, and. Place on the open as a lure to trap thieves one was placed in, Inglewood not far from the Norfolk Southern railroad yards or been breaking it a freight containers black leaders are saying it's entrapping. Poor people but not everybody is critical listen to former cop and firefighter. Now alderman Anthony Napolitano if you're using a beat. Bay truck and you put a truck out there you're not gonna get John to citizen that. On his way to work on his way to. School runways play the park, that's going to open up the truck and feel something. Out of it you're gonna. Get the career criminal in the, career criminal is the reason why the crime. Rate is astronomical in the city of Chicago right now now you might expect former police. Superintendent now candidates remember Gary McCarthy to agree but his campaign says he has no No comment on,
Iran, US and Chicago discussed on Steve Cochran
"Wasn't that rival, gang sees a large passages which is what, happened in the sixth district but Eight people wish, they take advantage of that. Opportunity Chicago. Police superintendent Eddie Johnson is called for a, press conference later today a woman's body. Was found in a southside bathtub. With their hands and feet tied together late last night Chicago police detectives have begun a, death investigation at, seventy eight then laflin the Tribune spoke with, the woman's nieces she identified or is thirty. Two year old. Rahmael, bowler she. Says she last saw her aunt four days ago no arrests another resignation at a mega church in south. Barrington Steve Carter announced Sunday that. He could no longer serve at willow creek in his words with, integrity he took over as lead teaching pastor back. In April when Bill hi bulls stepped down bit allegations of sexual harassment a. Train. Headed from, New Jersey to Chicago derailed Sunday afternoon. In Pittsburgh, it's a freight, train several cars are still off the tracks this morning. Cleanups expected to last until mid week no injuries, reported and the US is today reimposing sanctions. On Iran since. The first, round of sanctions since President Trump announced the withdrawal from the Iran nuclear agreement ABC's her lips signs his. At the White House Iran nuclear deal brokered by President Obama. Lifted the sanctions but today the first round of sanctions against Iran snap back into place ninety days after. President Trump withdrew from the agreements these sanctions include those, on Iran. Buying US dollars and on trading gold and other. Precious metals the US is also ending Iran's ability to export carpets and. Other foods interviewed nited states. An update now from WGN sports here's Dave thank you very good morning that cubs still might not have won even, a fancier Izzo hadn't been called out on, strikes and a pitch that. Looked way outside and. The game that didn't do much to appease Rizzo. Really upset over the call empire angel. Hernandez that ended the cubs ten six loss to the Padres Cubs had come back come back from four Rams to tie it before the Padre scored five runs their last two at bats cubs still lead by one game over the brewers and the White Sox had to be, their, best weekend of.
Freight Train Cars Derail Near Station Square, Crash Onto T Tracks « CBS Pittsburgh
"In the now More with Robert Rodriguez talking about the Beatles on, the other side. Of the news Special Olympics ambassador Nick talks about duck derby, week was Steve. Cochran at seven ten. This morning one thirty on WGN that. Means it's time, for the news here's Vic Vaughn train, headed from New Jersey to. Chicago derailed Sunday afternoon. In Pittsburgh it's a freight train several cars. Remain off the tracks this morning cleanups. Expected to last till mid week no injuries reported and other resignation at. A mega church in south Barrington Steve Carter announced Sunday that he. Could no longer serve with integrity he took over as lead teaching pastor. Back in April at willow creek when Bill will step, down mid allegations of sexual harassment and the US is reimposing its first round of sanctions on Iran that the first since President Trump announced the, withdrawal from the Iran.
Mr Trump, Anthony Kennedy and Vice President discussed on Mark Levin
"The supreme court vacancy announcement will come in a primetime event at the white house monday just as the president did a year ago for the nomination of neo gorsuch in his weekly address mr trump outlining a basic conservative view of judicial restraint for the highest court in the land or any court judges are not supposed to rewrite the law reinvent the constitution or substitute their own opinions for the will of the people expressed through their loss three appeals court judges raymond catholic amy coney barrington brad kavanagh are considered the top contenders to fill the seat of anthony kennedy all three have had meetings with vice president mike pence bob costantini washington wma oh will carry the president's remarks live right here on monday night a sterling virginia man today cents to twenty years in prison for obstructing counterterrorism investigation involving isis the justice department says twenty year old sean andrew duncan of sterling it pleaded guilty to destroying a thumb drive and received child porn is well can also tried to go to syria to join isis two years ago meanwhile in maryland loral man has been sentenced to six and a half years in prison for sexually abusing a young boy the twenty eight year old was sentenced today after pleading guilty in april to sexually abusing a young boy he shared an apartment with an often watched the man's identity is not being made public to protect the identity of the victim the sexual abuse happened between october of two thousand fourteen in december of two thousand fifteen in an apartment the two shared in southeast tc with the boys mother the victim was four when it started the man has also been sentenced for abusing that same boy when the.
"barrington" Discussed on KTRH
"Jimmy barrington sheriff fryer houston's morning news it is seven seventeen now here in houston morning news you know we've talked quite a bit in the past about tech companies and were they seem to be politically and whether or not they are anticonservative to the point where they might be blocking your access i don't think our next guest says the whole lot doubts about that and according to a new pew research survey by the way most conservatives think the tech companies are politically by joining us to talk about i don hooper of the houston conservative form and don with a name like houston conservative form i'm thinking you've probably seen some at least anecdotal evidence about impacted your business you know it is interesting and i want more about local stuff so it's not rarely do i've seen my stuff him down but when i do talk about immigration in specifically remember it's project or my friend maria spinoza angel families who are people that have been killed by legal immigrants those stories are tamp down i've had facebook take those hosts down when i'm just copying a story and putting it on my social media and i you know i think as a conservative you sit there and look at the broad spectrum of media in its very liberal the look at the social media go okay should they act or be any different i don't think they think they should act or be any different but boy they sure have drawn the attention of the fed over the last couple of months and publicly come out in the last twenty four hours if they're under the investigation by the fbi the justice department the sec it'll be interesting to see how it all turns out well in polls are also showing though of course it americans the general public certainly republicans but even independence are socalled independence are noticing in this too they continue to use the social media but they're not being fooled by it maybe yeah i think if your expectation of what you expect to see and social media is you know real personal and i think people think personally in so the expectation is very different in a very new realm i mean is it names is it not news do they allow the dissemination of you know different types of our interpretations of what they view as news and good news bad news it's very interesting question and when you see facebook in google in coining and i know that they are they hired people that i know in washington dc lobbyist to work for them some of that you know most paid lobbyists in washington worked for these grapes it's you know they're taking it seriously in again it'll be interesting to see what alters out i'm curious don hooper since you know since all the publicity came out about what the organizations like facebook had been doing have you noticed any difference in how they're training some of the material that they might have been more inclined to pull down before is it making it through or are they still doing the same thing well i mentioned maria in remembrance project in that's the angel thing that you see donald trump traveling what she's from houston in all tasteful did pull down her post off my social media this week or last week into blocks leak in so i think that they you know have not stopped doing it but you know i know it's kind of bad you know that dark world you know somebody on the other end are they watching you in particular in are they you know is there some sort of a logarithms no pulling stuff off i mean you just don't know but i think the government's about to get involved with it and decide a lot of this forest i think regulations coming that way it'll be interesting to find out what congress what the ftc justice department you know will you know facebook inter into some sort of agreement with the justice department to know curtail their activities with regard to conservatives i think it's going to be.
"barrington" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"The store on a drive around trail spotted what appeared to be a body and hundred acre cove and called police sunday morning it wasn't certain if it was an east providence or barrington so police from both communities responded and determine the island where it was found about five hundred feet from shore was in barrington barrington fire department retrieved the body the medical examiner's working to determine identity and cause of death police chief john lacrosse tells channel twelve the body appears to have been in the water for some time at least a month if not two months on friday morning officials retrieved another body when a hogger up barrington today at point of five mile drive away spotted it in the water still no identification an autopsy is pending paul zangari wpro passing in the judiciary over the weekend word of district court judge william clifton wins death husband of current federal appeals court justice roger thompson the brother of retired superior court judge edward clifton the russians say that sixty four people are dead in a fire in a shopping mall in siberia then more popular destination for families they say it was packed with visitors on sunday when that fire broke out to lower manhattan churches that survived destruction of the world trade center attacks to become the latest tourist sites to have raised post nine eleven security measures they have put metal detectors in trinity church and saint paul's chapel is search official there says that those medical detectors metal detectors i should say will remain there until the world becomes a safer place wpro sports this morning high school hockey finals headed to a deciding game three tonight brown university lasalle and coventry forcing those showdowns with wins in game two on saturday night kansas in villanova claiming the final spots college basketball's final four with winds sunday at the nc double a regional finals for updates on these stories and others you can log on six thirty wpro dot com follow us on twitter at wpro and like us on facebook.
"barrington" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340
"Here on thirteen forty wjr while we're hoping now open for at least one more i know as kind of look at it bit schedule myself trying to figure out okay who played who could still go wa the panel looking at a brand i go kate east the probably gonna changes saturday because as we go and st charles have outplayed income so i looked at them and nook matchup and i go keep barrington minocha both played i talked to edgy he thinks menaka would liked can keep that goin' could be a little bit of a triple have to see uh seventy we got an opportunity there too um as a um her shia they took on rolling meadows in one last night slowed lincoln way central so there's another match up in seventy we could even next week for that a mayor barrington game as obviously a possibility both played last night they haven't been shifted to the saturday schedule yet and that's that's the big thing it's in but the teams that both played on friday we'll probably at least have one more friday game so that's the way i'm looking at it and i think if we ever friday game it's either gonna be lincoln way central ormond manoke i mean this is this is i mean i'm just kinda guys just looking at the schedule figure not teams that did not play saturday at so i'm looking at that going okay could see will see those teams possibly trying to keep that friday's schedule because the problem is you know he tuncer shift to wanted other team shifts to saturday that they don't wanna lose a day yeah you don't want to go to a short week so i mean the other to your opponent play especially if you're on a play friday you're contemplate friday and you played saturday there's no way you want to lose a day so you'd rather just aim you're obviously almost every temperature silence let's shift to saturday but you know it's only weak to ayacucho save probably gonna want as many o friday games as possible we are also going to take a break right now we're gonna be right back and for these messages weren't of talk some basketball right here on the outsiders on thirteen forty w jail well we'll counties news talk sports what the heck hit the thunder played no fine that out more.