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"ben science" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

04:40 min | 11 months ago

"ben science" Discussed on Today in Focus

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"ben science" Discussed on Bruins Beat

Bruins Beat

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"ben science" Discussed on Bruins Beat

"I I. Know I've talked to Quinn about it I've talked to or about it their relationship long time after the hit was not very good, they had fought in sixty, eight, sixty nine bobby had fought quinn end of the regular season, and they fought early the next year after the head. At Bobby by the way could fight very well. Thank you very much. It was a lot better at it than a guy his size should be. And I know for a fact that for years. Their. Relationship wasn't very good bobby. Orr could carry a grudge just fine. Thank you very much, but ultimately they did bury the hatchet and Quinn's words they did ultimately come to some sort of a relationship. They ended up serving on the same Hall of Fame Selection Committee for the the NHL Hall of fame and their relationship in later years was was fine, but you know back then. You didn't. You didn't like teams. You've got some of that now. I'll agree with you. It's not as much which also play teens as my terry. How often do you play the Edmonton oilers to? Gin Up the the hatred and the ceiling. You know you've got Canadians. You've got you know. The the maple leafs that sort of thing but it. It's not the same league. No totally isn't and also I mean. There's more there's more talent concentrated back then meets. Were Dirk fewer teams teams to a European? Player pool to draw from that you have now. It's also true also had more. You've got more players to draw from internationally now than you did back. It's totally true all right, so we're already talking about good offensive left shot defensive. Why don't we talk about Tori crew? And so. Everyone's kind of wondering about his future I saw a pretty interesting article this week from Thai Anderson. Tidal is hey. Here's a wildcard of a solution Torey Krug situation I feel like maybe people were saying this and I was missing it, but it's so funny because I feel like the only two options that have been discussed crew cab. Ben Science your long term for a lot of money or signs elsewhere long-term for a lot of money, not much else. has been talked about but Anderson. Anderson Pretty much makes the argument for. Why not just a one year extension to get through this weird pandemic time where there isn't a lot of money, the salary cap would probably say that. to me I was like. Thought about idea, because then it's like then he can get his money at some point. The bruins will probably have a higher capped. Maybe pay him that money. At some point. I just want to hear your thoughts situation. Obviously the risk that the Tory crew would have to take here would have to do with you know injury. Go out there at some time in the next year, and you bought a knee or something God forbid. I think ties. Overall premises sound. All you have to do is look at the recent contract signed by Yaroslava a lot. And, he said you know given what's going on in the world You know I didn't want frag this thing out and wanted to get it over with. I could see some. I could see some interest on both sides. Look. Let's just let's just get a year out of the way we'll keep fighting at this thing. We'll keep plugging away at it. The difference here would be if the gap between the two sides is so significant that Don Sweeney and or Torey Krug say look. We're not closing this gap. We're not close into ear from now. We're not closing at five years from now. And I'm just throwing numbers out for the sake of discussion or four million dollars a year apart. What are we doing here? In which case if I'm Krueg I go get that long-term deal guarantees me injury. Protection and things like that..

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"ben science" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

Real Estate Disruptors

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"ben science" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

"Pressler and I'll watch Carleton sheets are call. One of his no money down instrumentals halfway through the program and I had seen it over the years. And you're like yeah right because everybody a card will help you make this much money but how they call to me up. You make the money so I went up to dial one from the beginning and same thing basically and so I thought to myself at the end of it he kit be lying about all of this right so my mom didn't have internet at that time. So when I got back to Birmingham I did. It's Posted a question. On his Entrepreneur Message Board does cartons. She's program really work and only one person replied when this. This is two thousand two. Yes crazy to just think about like a and I don't want interview story you know like I graduated High School in Ninety eight house like one of the leading edge people with Internet with dial up in nineteen ninety eight so I was just so interesting to put into perspective. You started this Yup Yup. That's why we're here So one person replied and I wish I could find individual. I wish I could change my life financially. He said yes it does. But Ron Grains course is better so I did a search on Google for. I don't know if John Warner whichever one was whatever they're on their yes so That's how far back people. That was no googles appropriately so and his fifteen hundred dollars but it was a package of courses. It was wholesaling lease options subject to Fix and flip retailing as he called it owner financing and And so at that time I was only probably making Abou- Twenty one hundred a month in my job. Which is not bad for Birmingham Alabama. I'm bring home pay but it still would have been a sacrifice and so I said well I'm GonNa have to get a second job to save the money for that a whatever so I thought about Ebay a couple of days later and I did a search on Ebay and His course was for saying that package was on auction. I lost the auction and back then sellers could reach out to people that bid it through email in email mean Ebay so corrected that and he asked me. Did I want a copy? Of course as we agreed on four hundred dollars was still at the sacrifice warming and I bought that course for four hundred dollars and it took me about three weeks to go through all of it but what stuck to me was wholesaling somewhat lease options and I went and none thing was bandaged signs so I purchased two hundred fifty Ben. Science were absorbed purchase fifty Benetton signed for two hundred fifty dollars which was a gross overpayment. But I didn't know any bet- at the time put them out on the side got picked him up on a Friday. Put them out on Sunday morning and the very first two calls I received were deals One of them was a lease option. Deal that blew up in my face later. Gave me five thousand dollars a year to give the money back and the second one was a wholesale deal where I make twenty five hundred dollars so basically within thirty days I made my burst. Twenty five hundred dollars and the rest is. Here's that was in early March of two thousand three. So the forty dollars worth. Oh my God put a and run if I ever meet wrong grid Fifteen hundred dollars literally I would pass on. Yeah so it's like you look at back. Then you put a few Ben Assigns to deals came from it like I- i- remark from time to time. Like I was getting paper in two thousand twelve right and it was. It was just Sean Terry. And it was twelve dollars lead high-quality little too low competition. So when be great if you could just put out three band signs yeah well you said that about pay per click hours? Am before that. I was getting them and like a dollar lead. No yes and I stopped doing it too much that our getting so many leads and I thought that was too much and I should've been able to retire just from Google ad words because it was so cheap for real estate terms of what I sell my house fast by Mouth Bass Dan this Anita doing that. this was started two thousand three. I probably had a sign up enduring ads whenever they first started. So whatever that was Google They had all those that Google is like two thousand four hundred and five and they had all those yellow things on the side And now you're there and so if you could just go back. Oh four tie where would you be? Oh my God at a dollar click and the money you can make I. It didn't click him. I mean it's too much. Use Your twelve dollars in. Yeah so yeah just mile. Just wow a time machine would be just. You can't put a price on it so you're putting out band assigns. You closed the deal. You Got Twenty five hundred. I deal in your first thirty days and never happened after that. Well that that probably had to happen for me because I had failed at so many other business opportunities pretty much everything I tried before and so I was just go back a little bit more just to give you an idea in college and I had a great idea I was going to take some of my stood alone. Money started used car dealership and got my hat handed to me. Because you need to be mechanically inclined when you go out to these auto auctions because they will make a ten year old car look brand new when it will be a total piece of junk whatever so but the point being is dead. After that I deal that was march of two thousand and three. I didn't my next deal into June of two thousand three so it almost three months. Three months left. Yeah and the girl. I was not really wasn't doing any doubt. Just so Ryan how that twenty five hundred dollars and the girl. I was dating at the time. She was like I I don't know as much as you know about it. But they need to do another one so the next deal I did was I'm a grand on it. It actually found in dealing a bird dog referred to cast buyer to me and that thousand dollar Fiat paid to that bird. Dog May turn into a hundred grand with that guy. Just let next couple of years or whatever you know what I'm saying. So because he bought a lot properties had gotten to the point. Where if he didn't want the deal. I didn't think it was a good deal. And I had to start to break ranks with him because he just had his parameters on what he thought was a good deal. And you just can't go. People by differ several levels or whatever in different areas such also? So you're doing deals so like at any first year he'd be like how many deals I don't know how many remember I can just tell you. I was only making about forty five thousand. I think I did about sixty thousand in deals that Persia so your first year..

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"ben science" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:24 min | 2 years ago

"ben science" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Right. Donald trump. With that garbage on dirty. That's right. That's right. Wow. Well, as of yesterday in the United States district court eastern district of Kentucky. A lawsuit has been filed nNcholas Sandman and his parents and guardians, by the way. This was the first time this kid had ever gone on a trip just because of his positions about being pro-life in his entire life without his parents and versus the Washington Post a two hundred and fifty million dollar lawsuit. The attorney by the way is somebody. I've known really really well because he was the lawyer for Richard jewel back at the time. And so this thirty eight page suit. We'll go into some of the details here in a second. With with winwood is absolutely positively one of the best written lawsuits, most devastating that I've ever read in my life. I know Alan Dershowitz said they have a good case the entire world was guilty of libelling these kids. He says these poor kids seem to be doing exactly the right thing. Then suddenly because they're thought to be white privilege kids and suddenly everyone's ganging up on him. Anyway, we bring Lynnwood onto the program. It's great to have you. I've known you since the Richard jewel case. And I have sat on the air many times that case changed my life. And as a result where so many people in the media rush to judgment on all these high profile cases, I learned to stand back, and wait and go do my own investigations and talked to Zimmerman or talk to the Duke lacrosse kids. For example, these these media companies do this constantly, Sean, let me say, it's it's great to speak with you again. I remember well the dark days of nineteen ninety six Atlanta Georgia win another mob. Convene to falsely accuse an innocent person. Richard Jewell who was in fact, a hero of the Centennial Olympic Park bombing saving hundreds of innocent lives, and you were without a doubt, the lone voice in the media that pushed back against the mob stood up for Richard and urged that the public wait until all the facts. William Richard jewel was deeply indebted in grateful to you, Sean, and I feel the same way. I wish we had a media that would follow your example. And would take calls investigate the facts and report accurately, so that we would not again have a situation where an innocent person this time a child is falsely attacked vilified and threatened literally portrayed to the world as the face of evil. It was the. Coverage of this and the rush to judgment here. It would have taken maybe ten minutes of research with all of the video evidence that we now know exist for the media not to rush to judgment. It would have taken them. All that would have needed was go talk to other people other witnesses make some calls is this what happened, and they would have realized instantaneously that the story there were they were being fed the narrative they were building was false. As a matter of fact, I'll take it a step further. I don't think nNcholas salmon could have acted any better in this particular case considering the circumstances the amount of discipline that he showed in that moment. Under those circumstances. For a sixteen year old kid is remarkable. Nichols is a remarkable young man, and he conducted himself in a fashion that should have been commended bad everyone in the media. But here's what happened. The Washington Post the first defendant of many calm, the Washington Post. Couldn't take the time to do even a basic investigation to contact witnesses. They couldn't even take the time to look online and watch the available video that would accurately portrayed what happened on the nineteenth at the National Mall. Why did they not take those fundamental steps? Why not? And recognized that they were dealing with a minor child. I don't even think they bothered to try to find out his age the reason they did not do that is because they rushed to judgment against nNcholas because it fit the narrative and agenda of the Washington Post to attack. The president of the United States and in the process, they didn't care that a young boys life would end up being collateral damage. They cared more about their agenda against President Trump than they cared about a young boy, I want to read from your loss of because it's extraordinarily well written and very powerful is an unlike the post abuse of the profession of journalism plaintiffs do not bring this lawsuit to use the judicial system to further any political agenda lawsuit has brought against the post to seek legal redress for it's negligent, reckless malicious attacks on nNcholas which have caused him permanent damage to his life and his reputation the post bullied an innocent child with an absolute disregard for the pain and destruction. It's attacks would cause to his life. The post proved itself to be a loud and aggressive bully with a bully pulpit in. In this country. Our society is dedicated to the protection of children, regardless of the color of their skin their religious beliefs or the cap they wear but the post did not care about protecting nNcholas to the contrary. The post raced with a reckless disregard of the facts and the truth because in this day in time, there's a premium premium for being first and allowed us allowed us media bully the post wanted to lead the charge against this child because he was a pawn in their political war against its political adversary award that is so disconnected and beyond the comprehension of nNcholas that bind as well. A Ben science fiction. The post must be dealt with the same way every bully is dealt with. And that is hold the bully accountable for its wrongdoing in a manner, which affectively deters the bully from again, bullying other children and a civil lawsuit. Punishment and deterrence is found awarding money damages to the victim and target of this. Fully now in order to fully compensate nNcholas for his damages and to punish deter and teach the post a lesson. It will never forget this action seeks money damages in excess of two hundred and fifty million dollars, which is the amount. Jeff Faso's, the world's richest person paid in cash for the post when his company purchased the paper in two thousand thirteen. Wow. Now, I agree with Alan Dershowitz. I think this is a slam dunk case. I, you know, I'm gonna tell you something Richard jewel affected me so much. How old was Richard? When he died. Richard died at age forty four. Why do I believe and I have no evidence to back this up but having met him interviewed him. Why do I believe the stress the scrutiny the viciousness caused him to die younger, man? You believe it shown them because it's the truth. I was with Richard. I'm the first few days when the coverage broke loose. I watched Richard suffer. I watched him literally go into isolation in his mother's apartment. I watched in gain a tremendous amount of weight. I watch firsthand and absorbed the extreme mental distress and terrible stress. It was placed upon him. And there's no doubt that what he went through and continue to go through the next ten almost eleven years contributed to his untimely death of a heart attack at age forty four. That's just one example, Richard jewel is one example. We don't know what's going to be the future for nNcholas Sandman. What we do know now, and I don't want to go into Nicholas's privacy beyond to to say this young boy is suffering. Severely. Emotional distress and stress. Can you imagine what it feels like to walk along with his fellow students at Covington Catholic where where the school itself attack, prematurely rushed out pack and condemned him and his fellow students without any investigation whatsoever. You know, watched why since Richard jewel case, Shaun? I've watched the next twenty three years ago. I've watched for the last twenty three years how the media has deteriorated in this country. And it has reached the point where deteriorated to the point of becoming essentially a political party with an agenda and is willing to vilify a child that is the action of a bully. And I think we correctly described the Washington Post as a bully bullies who turned over the megaphone. Nathan Phillips documented liar. A phony war veteran and allowed him to tell the world through the Washington Post a lot about what happened that day. Nobody cupboard. Black. Hebrew, israelites. Nobody I did covered. The fact well you did. Thank you very much. And I did. Amazing and very huge. And and nobody talked about the truth. That Nathan Phillips walked over and confronted this group of students can himself Walt directly into the face of nNcholas instead of talking about the actions of the adults which were reprehensible and created instigated the the confrontation they only wanted to talk about a child who did nothing wrong did not say one word to Nathan Phillips did not make any gesture toward Nathan Phillips did not tell him or mock him in any way, and yet the media's agenda because he was a white Catholic student wearing a souvenir make America great again tap on his first field trip out of state without his parents, the agenda, and that's why they wrote about him and ignored the wrongdoers. They picked on child. They picked on an innocent child and that the act of a bully. Lin Wood the attorney for nNcholas Sandman a two hundred and fifty million dollar lawsuit filed now against the Washington Post if you can stay with us a while. Then I I have so many more questions I want to ask you all of these other mob. So-called news organizations. I've got to believe that their next more importantly, I want to go through a series of instances, not just Richard Jewell or nNcholas salmon where the media's rush to judgment destroyed lives, and they keep doing it with abandonment, and the things that they get away with when they say about public figures look at the president, we exhibit A, I could tell you a my life. I have been lied about with regularity. And there's there's really no recourse because as a public figure the standard is so high that they.

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"ben science" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

12:22 min | 2 years ago

"ben science" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Damn Donald Trump. That racist garbage dirty crap. That's right. That's right. Wow. Well, as of yesterday in the United States district court eastern district of Kentucky. A lawsuit has been filed nNcholas Sandman and his parents and guardians, by the way. This was the first time this kid had ever gone on a trip, you know, just because of his positions about being pro-life in his entire life without his parents and versus the Washington Post a two hundred and fifty million dollar lawsuit. The attorney by the way is somebody. I've known really really well because he was the lawyer for Richard Jewell back at the time. And so this thirty eight page suit. We'll go into some of the details here in a second with with Lynnwood is absolutely positively one of the best written lawsuits, most devastating that I've ever read in my life. I know Alan Dershowitz said they have a good case the entire world was guilty of libelling these kids. He says these poor kids seem to be doing exactly the right thing. Then suddenly because they're thought to be white privilege kids and suddenly everyone's ganging up on him. Anyway, we bring Lynnwood onto the program Linden. It's great to have you. I've known you since the Richard jewel case. And I have said on the air many times that case changed my life. And as a result where so many people in the media rush to judgment on all these high profile cases, I learned to stand back, and wait and go do my own investigations and talk to talk to the Duke lacrosse kids. For example, these these media companies do this constantly, Sean, let me say, it's it's great to speak with you again. I remember well the dark days of nineteen ninety six win another mob. Falsely accused an innocent person Richard Jewell who was in fact, a hero of the Centennial Olympic Park bombing saving hundreds of innocent lives, and you were without a doubt, the lone voice in the media that push back against the mob stood up for Richard and urged that the public wait until all the facts. We in Richard Jewell was deeply indebted in grateful to you, Sean and Asheville the same way. I wish we had a media that would follow your example. And would take calls investigate the facts. And report accurately, so that we would not again have a situation where an innocent person this time a child is falsely attacked vilified and threatened literally portrayed to the world as the face of evil. It was the coverage of this and the rush to judgment here. It would have taken maybe ten minutes of research with all of the video evidence that we now know exists for the media not to rush to judgment. It would have taken them. All that would have needed was go talk to other people other witnesses make some calls is this what happened, and they would have realized instantaneously that the story that they were being fed the narrative they were building was false. As a matter of fact, I'll take it a step further. I don't think nNcholas Sandman could have acted any better in this particular case considering the circumstances the amount of discipline that he showed in that moment. Under those circumstances for sixteen year old kid is remarkable. Nichols is a remarkable young man, and he conducted himself in a fashion that should have been commended that everyone in the media. But you gotta show. Here's what happened. The Washington Post the first defendant of many to calm, the Washington Post. Couldn't take the time to do even basic investigation to contact witnesses. They couldn't even take the time to look online and watch the available video that would accurately portrayed what happened on the nineteenth at the National Mall. Why did they not take those fundamental stats? Why did they not? And recognized that they were dealing with a minor child. I don't even think they bothered to try to find out his age the reason they did not do that is because they rushed to judgment against nNcholas because it fit. The narrative and agenda of the Washington Post to attack. The president of the United States. And in the process, they didn't care that a young boys life would end up being collateral damage. They cared more about their agenda against President Trump. Then they cared about a young boy, I want to read from your loss of because it's extraordinarily well written and very powerful is that unlike the post abuse of the profession of journalism plaintiffs do not bring this lawsuit to use the judicial system to further any political agenda the lawsuit brought against the post to seek legal redress for it's negligent, reckless malicious attacks on nNcholas which have caused him permanent damage to his life and his reputation the post bullied an innocent child with an absolute disregard for the pain and destruction. It's attacks would cause to his life. The post proved itself to be a loud and aggressive bully with a bully pulpit in this country. Our society is dedicated to the. -tection of children, regardless of the color of their skin their religious beliefs or the cap they wear but the post did not care about protecting nNcholas to the contrary. The post raced with a reckless disregard of the facts and the truth because in this day in time, there's a premium premium for being first and loudest allowed us media bully the post wanted to lead the charge against this child because he was a pawn in their political war against its political adversary award that is so disconnected and beyond the comprehension of nNcholas that bind as well as Ben science fiction. The post must be dealt with the same way every bully is dealt with. And that is hold the bully accountable for its wrongdoing and a manner, which affectively deters the bully from again, bullying other children and a civil lawsuit. Punishment and deterrence is found awarding money damages to the victim and target of this bully now in order to fully compensate, Nick. For his damages and to punish deter and teach the post a lesson. It will never forget this action seeks money damages in excess of two hundred and fifty million dollars, which is the amount. Jeff Bezos, the world's richest person paid in cash for the post when his company purchased the paper in two thousand thirteen. Wow. Now, I agree with Alan Dershowitz. I think this is a slam dunk case. I, you know, I'm gonna tell you something Richard jewel affected me so much. How old was Richard? When he died. Richard died at age forty four. Why do I believe? Have no evidence to back this up. But having met him interviewed him. Why do I believe the stress the scrutiny the viciousness caused him to die younger, man? You believe it shown because it's the truth. I was with Richard. I'm the first few days when the coverage broke loose. I watched Richard suffer. I watched him literally go into isolation in his mother's apartment. I watched in gain a tremendous amount of weight. I watched first hand and absorbed, the extreme mental distress and terrible stress. It was placed upon him and bears. No doubt that what he went through and continue to go through for the next ten almost eleven years contributed to his untimely death of a heart attack at age forty four. That's just one example, Richard Jewell is one example, we don't know what's going to be the future for nNcholas Sandman. What we do know now, and I don't want to go into Nicholas's privacy beyond to to say this young boy is suffering severely. Emotional distress and stress. Can you imagine what it feels like to walk along, which is fellow students at Covington Catholic? Where where the schools itself attack prematurely rushed out attacked and condemned him and his fellow students without any investigation whatsoever. You know watch since since Richard jewel case, Shaun. I've watched the next twenty three years ago. Watch for the last twenty three years how the media has deteriorated in this country. And it has reached the point where deteriorated to the point of becoming essentially a political party with an agenda and is willing to vilify h how that is the action of a bully. And I think we correctly described the Washington Post as a bully bully who turned over the megaphone, Nathan Phillips a documented liar. A phony war veteran and allowed him to tell the world through the Washington Post a lot about what happened that day. Nobody cupboard. Black. Hebrew, israelites. Nobody I did covered. The fact well you did. Thank you very much. And I did. Berry huge. And and nobody talked about the truth that Nathan Phillips walked over and confronted this group of students can self Walt directly into the face of nNcholas instead of talking about the actions of the adults which were reprehensible and created instigated the the confrontation they only wanted to talk about a child who did nothing law did not say one word to Nathan Phillips did not make any gesture toward Nathan Philips did not tell him or mock him in any way, and yet the media's agenda because he was a white Catholic student wearing a souvenir make America great again tap on his first field trip out of state without his parents, the agenda, and that's why they wrote about him and ignored the wrongdoers. They picked on a child they pick. On an innocent child and that the act of a bully. Linwood. The attorney for nNcholas Sandman a two hundred and fifty million dollar lawsuit filed now against the Washington Post, if you can stay with us awhile Lynn, I have so many more questions I want to ask you all of these other mob. So-called news organizations. I've got to believe that their next more importantly, I want to go through a series of instances, not just Richard jewel or nNcholas salmon where the media's rush to judgment destroyed lives, and they keep doing it with abandonment, and the things that they get away with when they say about public figures, look at the president exhibit A, I could tell you a my life. I have been lied about with regularity. And there's there's really no recourse because as a public figure the standard is so high that they pretty much can print anything, and you can't even fight back except to say that it's not true. Wood. The attorney for nNcholas salmon. We'll talk more about the suit and other suits, potentially coming and much more eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number..

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"ben science" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

12:11 min | 2 years ago

"ben science" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Donald look on an. With that racist garbage. That's right. That's right. Well, as of yesterday in the United States district court eastern district of Kentucky. A lawsuit has been filed nNcholas Sandman and his parents and guardians, by the way. This was the first time this kid had ever gone on a trip, you know, just because of his positions about being pro-life in his entire life without his parents and versus the Washington Post a two hundred and fifty million dollar lawsuit. The attorney by the way is somebody. I've known really really well because he was the lawyer for Richard Jewell back at the time. And so this thirty eight page suit. We'll go into some of the details here in a second with with Lynnwood is absolutely positively one of the best written lawsuits, most devastating that I've ever read in my life. I know Alan Dershowitz said they have a good case the entire world was guilty of libelling these kids. He says these poor kids seem to be doing exactly the right thing. Then suddenly because they're thought to be white privilege kids and suddenly everyone's ganging up on him. Anyway, we bring Lynnwood onto the program. Linden. It's great to have you. I've known you since the Richard jewel case. And I have sat on the air many times that that case changed my life. And as a result where so many people in the media rush to judgment on all these high profile cases, I learned to stand back, and wait and go do my own investigations and talk to Zimmerman or talk to the Duke lacrosse kids. For example, these these media companies do this constantly, Sean, let me say, it's it's great to speak with you again. I remember well the dark days of nineteen ninety six Georgia win. Another mob. To falsely accused an innocent person. Richard Jewell who was in fact, a hero of the Centennial Olympic Park bombing saving hundreds of innocent lives, and you were without a doubt, the lone voice in the media that push back against the mob. Richard. And urged that the public wait until all the facts. Richard jewel was deeply indebted in grateful to you, Sean. And I feel the same way. I wish we had a media. That would follow your example. And would take calls investigated the facts and report accurately, so that we would not again have a situation where innocent person this time. A child is falsely attacked vilified and threatened literally portrayed to the world as the face of evil. It was the coverage of this and the rush to judgment here. It would have taken maybe ten minutes of research with all of the video evidence that we now know exist. For the media not to rush to judgment. It would have taken them. All that would have needed was go talk to other people other witnesses make some calls is this what happened, and they would have realized instantaneously that the story that they were being fed the narrative they were building was false. As a matter of fact, I'll take it a step further. I don't think nNcholas salmon could have acted any better in this particular case considering the circumstances the amount of discipline that he showed in that moment. Under those circumstances. For a sixteen year old kid is remarkable. Nichols is a remarkable young man, and he conducted himself in a fashion that should have been commended. Everyone in the media. Here's what happened. The Washington Post the first defendant of many to calm, the Washington Post. Couldn't take the time to do even a basic investigation to contact yet. Nisus? They couldn't even take the time to look online and watch the available video that would accurately portrayed what happened on the nineteenth at the National Mall. Why did they not take those fundamental steps? Why did they not? And recognized that they were dealing with a minor child. I don't even think they bothered to try to find out his age the reason they did not do that is because they rushed to judgment against nNcholas because it. The narrative and agenda of the Washington Post to attack. The president of the United States and in the process, they didn't care that a young boys life would end up being collateral damage. They cared more about their agenda against President Trump. They cared about a young boy, I want to read from a loss of because it's extraordinarily well written and very powerful is that unlike the post abuse of the profession of journalism plaintiffs do not bring this lawsuit to use the judicial system to further any political agenda. The lawsuit brought against the post to seek legal redress for it's negligent, reckless malicious attacks on nNcholas which have caused him permanent damage to his life and his reputation the post bullied innocent child with an absolute disregard for the pain and destruction. It's attacks would cause to his life. The post proved itself to be a loud and aggressive bully with a bully pulpit in. In this country. Our society is dedicated to the protection of children, regardless of the color of their skin their religious beliefs or the cap they wear but the post did not care about protecting nNcholas to the contrary. The post raced with a reckless disregard of the facts and the truth because in this day and time there's a premium premium for being first and loudest allowed us media bully the post wanted to lead the charge against this child because he was a pawn in their political war against its political adversary award that is so disconnected and beyond the comprehension of nNcholas that bind as well. Ben science fiction. The post must be dealt with the same way every bully is dealt with. And that is hold the bully accountable for its wrongdoing and a manner, which affectively deters the bully from again, bullying other children and a civil lawsuit punishment and deterrence has found awarding money damages to the victim and target of this. Fully now in order to fully compensate nNcholas for his damages and to punish deter and teach the post a lesson. It will never forget this action seeks money damages in excess of two hundred and fifty million dollars, which is the amount. Jeff Faso's, the world's richest person paid in cash for the post when his company purchased the paper in two thousand thirteen. Wow. Now, I agree with Alan Dershowitz. I think this is a slam dunk case. I, you know, I'm gonna tell you something Richard jewel affected me so much. How old was Richard? When he died. Richard died at age forty four. Why do I believe, and I'm I've no evidence to back this up but having met him interviewed him. Why do I believe the stress the scrutiny the viciousness caused him to die younger men? You believe it, Sean because it's the truth. I was with Richard the first few days coverage broke loose. I watched Richard suffer. I watched him literally go into isolation in his mother's apartment. I watched in gain from this amount of weight. I watched first hand and absorbed, the extreme mental distress and terrible. It was placed upon him. And there is no doubt that what he went through and continue to go through. So the next ten almost eleven years contributed to his untimely death of a heart attack at age forty four. That's just one example, Richard jewel is one example. We don't know what's going to be the future for nNcholas salmon what we do know now, and I don't want to go into Nicholas's privacy beyond to to say. This young boy is suffering severely emotional, distress and stress. Can you imagine what bills and to walk along with his fellow students at Covington Catholic high schools? Itself attack, prematurely rushed out pack and condemned him and his fellow students without any investigation whatsoever. You're not wired since Richard jewel case, Shaun. I've watched next year twenty three years ago. I've watched for the last twenty three years how the media has deteriorated in this country. And it has reached the point where curated to the point of becoming essentially a political party with an agenda and is willing to build a child. Yeah. That is the action of a bully. And I think we correctly described the Washington Post as a bully bully who turned over the megaphone, Nathan Phillips a documented liar. A phony war veteran and allowed him to tell the world through the Washington Post a lie about what happened that day. Nobody cupboard. The black. Hebrew, israelites. Nobody I did covered. The fact. Well, yeah, you did. Thank you very much. And I did. Berry. And and nobody talked about the truth that Nathan Phillips walked over and confronted this group of students can Walt directly into the face of nNcholas instead of talking about the actions of the adults which were reprehensible and created instigated the confrontation they only wanted to talk about a child who did nothing law did not say one word to Nathan Phillips. Did not make any gesture toward Nathan Phillips did not tell him or mock him in any way, and yet the media's agenda because he was a white Catholic students wearing a souvenir make America great again tap on his first trip out of state without his parents, the agenda, and that's why they wrote about him and ignored the wrongdoers. They picked on a child they picked on an innocent child and that the act of a bully. Linwood. The attorney for nNcholas Sandman a two hundred and fifty million dollar lawsuit filed now against the Washington Post of you can stay with us. A while. Then I I have so many more questions I want to ask you all of these other mob. So-called news organizations. I've got believe that their next more importantly, I want to go through a series of instances, not just Richard jewel or nNcholas salmon where the media's rushed to judgment destroyed lives, and they keep doing it with abandon and the things that they get away with when they say about public figures, look at the president exhibit A, I could tell you.

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"ben science" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:04 min | 2 years ago

"ben science" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Right. Donald Trump doesn't look only crack. Crack. With that racist garbage on dirty. Right. Right. Wow. Well, as of yesterday in the United States district court eastern district of Kentucky. A lawsuit has been filed nNcholas Sandman and his parents and guardians, by the way. This is the first time this kid had ever gone on a trip, you know, just because of his positions about being pro-life in his entire life without his parents and versus the Washington Post a two hundred and fifty million dollar lawsuit. The attorney by the way is somebody. I've known really really well because he was the lawyer for Richard jewel back at the time. And so this thirty eight page suit. We'll go into some of the details here in a second. With with winwood is absolutely positively one of the best written lawsuits, most devastating that I've ever read in my life. I know Alan Dershowitz said they have a good case the entire world was guilty of libelling these kids he says these poor kids seem to be doing exactly the right thing. Then suddenly because they're thought to be white privilege kids and suddenly everyone's ganging up on him. Anyway, we bring Lynnwood onto the program. Linden. It's great to have you. I've known you since the Richard jewel case. And I have sat on the air many times that that case changed my life. And as a result where so many people in the media rush to judgment on all these high profile cases, I learned to stand back, and wait and go do my own investigations and talked to Zimmerman or talk to the Duke lacrosse kids. For example, these these media companies do this constantly, we'll Sean let me say, it's it's great to speak with you again. I remember well the dark days of nineteen ninety six Atlanta. Georgia win another mob convened to falsely accused an innocent person. Richard Jewell who was impact a hero of the Centennial Olympic Park bombing saving hundreds of innocent lives, and you were without a doubt, the lone voice in the media that push back against the mob up to Richard and urged that the public wait until all the facts. Richard jewel was deeply indebted in grateful to you, Sean. And I feel the same way. I wish we had a media that would follow your example would take calls investigate the facts. And report accurately, so that we would not again have a situation where an innocent person this time a child is falsely attacked vilified and threatened literally portrayed to the world as the face of evil. It was the coverage of this and the rush to judgment here. It would have taken maybe ten minutes of research with all of the video evidence that we now know exist for the media not to rush to judgment. It would have taken them. All that would have needed was go talk to other people other witnesses make some calls is this what happened, and they would have realized instantaneously that the story that they were being fed the narrative they were building was false. As a matter of fact, I'll take it a step further. I don't think nNcholas Sandman could have acted any better in this particular case considering the circumstances the amount of discipline that he showed in that moment. Under those circumstances. For a sixteen year old kid is remarkable. Nichols is a remarkable young man, and he conducted himself in a fashion that should have been commended. Everyone in the media. But you gotta show. Here's what happened. The Washington Post the first defendant of many to calm, the Washington Post. Couldn't take the time to do even a basic investigation to contact yet. They couldn't even take the time to look online and watch the available video that would accurately portrayed what happened on the nineteenth at the National Mall. Why did they not take those fundamental steps? Why did not? And recognized that they were dealing with a minor child. I don't even think they bothered to try to find out his age the reason they did not do that is because they rushed to judgment against nNcholas because it. The narrative and agenda of the Washington Post to attack the United States and in the process, they didn't care that a young boys life would end up being collateral damage. They cared more about the agenda against President Trump. They cared about a young boy, I want to read from your loss of because it's extraordinarily well written and very powerful is that unlike the post abuse of the profession of journalism plaintiffs do not bring this lawsuit to use the judicial system to further any political agenda. The lawsuit is brought against the post to seek legal redress for it's negligent, reckless malicious attacks on nNcholas which have caused him permanent damage to his life and his reputation the post bullied and innocent child with an absolute disregard for the pain and destruction. It's attacks would cause to his life. The post proved itself to be a loud and aggressive bully with a bully pulpit in this country. Our society is dedicated to the protection of children, regardless of the color of their skin their religious beliefs or the cap they wear but the post did not care about protecting nNcholas to the contrary. The post raced with a reckless disregard of the facts and the truth because in this day in time, there's a premium premium for being first and loudest allowed us media bully the post wanted to lead the charge against this child because he was a pawn in their political war against its political adversary award that is so disconnected and beyond the comprehension of nNcholas that might as well have Ben science fiction. The post must be dealt with the same way every bully is dealt with. And that is hold the bully accountable for its wrongdoing and a manner, which effectively deters the bully from bullying other children. And a civil lawsuit. Punishment and deterrence is found awarding money damages to the victim and target of this bully now in order to fully compensate nNcholas for his damages and to punish deter and teach the post a lesson. It will never forget this action seeks money damages in excess of two hundred and fifty million dollars, which is the amount. Jeff Bezos, the world's richest person paid in cash for the post when his company purchased the paper in two thousand thirteen. Wow. Now, I agree with Alan Dershowitz. I think this is a slam dunk case. I, you know, I'm gonna tell you something Richard jewel affected me so much. How old was Richard? When he died. Richard died at age forty four. Why do I believe I've no evidence to back this up but having met him interviewed him? Why do I believe the stress the scrutiny the viciousness caused him to die younger men? You believe it shown them because it's the truth. I was with Richard. I'm the first few days when the coverage broke loose. I watch Richard suffer. I watched him literally go into isolation in his mother's apartment. I watched in gain from vendors amount of weight. I watched first hand and absorbed, the extreme mental distress and terrible. It was placed upon him and bears. No doubt that what he went through and continued to go through. So the next ten almost eleven years contributed to his untimely death of a heart attack at age forty four. That's just one example, Richard jewel is one example. We don't know what's going to be the future for nNcholas salmon what we do know now. And I don't want to go into. Nicholas's privacy beyond to to say.

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"ben science" Discussed on X96

X96

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"ben science" Discussed on X96

"For sure. But everywhere else the league rain just get to work on time. No excuses today. Sorry. Sports. So Tom Brady, right? Heard of him. You might have. Well, it might be a great investments to get an autograph. Okay. Where is he getting autographs? He appearing somewhere that I can get that doesn't say that anywhere here. But it's just talking about how the literal stock prices of his photos have been going up over the last few years. Good best retirement plans. Yes, you want to start stocking up on your Tom Brady autographs? He started at eight fifty. They are now in just the space of year and a half going for eleven hundred dollars. So you want some not a graph from Tom Brady, son? Next year comic book collection. Don't really, but thank you sports. Here's your sports back to cookies. When you you don't need a whole bag of girl scout cookies, it's called. You sleeved, some Koto yak sleeves and everyone, but Gina pay attention to this Paulette in New York. Read a book called the end of overeating, and I open a book about the process, the foods and fast food chains. Use to make that you know, Ben science you to trick you into it says an overweight food scientists wrote this book, it's amazing the end of overeating everyone. But Gina read that wet weather and she won't eat anything. He did whether he did do it. All right. Boehner candidate number three. Let's all right. The horse knows the way home. Santa Cruz, California. A man who allegedly engaged in a little drunken horse play last weekend found out that riding a horse while intoxicated can be just as hazardous as operating a vehicle in the eyes of the law in the eyes of the law, California Highway Patrol officers arrested a man riding a horse along state route one fifty two near Watson Bill. It's the southeastern part of Santa Cruz county for public intoxication on Sunday. It is illegal to not only drive a vehicle under the influence, but a bicycle scooter hover board, and yes, a horse CHP wrote in an Instagram post CHP referred to the man as a suspected DUI rider. Yes, we said rider if you go to six dot com slash live. You can see the horse pulled over the side of the road with three cop cars. You may you may make a run for it. So I just want wanna doesn't say in the story. But was he was he? How can you tell Guy Forget to put his blinker on? I don't know how you know we've ridden horses United. Yeah. I think I'd be okay. You could make it home. And unless you pass out how many movies have you seen where they like Taya passed out guy onto a horse. Yeah. I this is a fine thing. I you get the self driving cars. The same thing. Yeah. Exactly and horses, Cory future. Cory this is differences. My buddy got a DUI on a bicycle in northern California. Well, that's different a bike can't drive itself home. No. But the horse. I think Ken. So who are we voting for on the I don't know? Someone from my hometown says yes, carry you can get a DUI on a horse in Salem. Apparently. It's happened. Maybe the fact that you can get a DUI on a horse in my hometown. There you go. Let's review the first two and vote take that aunt Jemima. This is a man who I still don't believe is forty five. This woman's making him pancakes for dinner breakfast for dinner. Everybody loves that. And for some reason he gets mad and so he picked up the ball ball of pancake batter and threw it at her. She called the police Boehner candidate number two. I don't know what her problem is. But I feel great. Guy that was very high and threatening to kill his wife. And when the police got there to arrest him, he said, I've just been doing meth and masturbating all day that feels great. Problem is. And you just heard Marquette number three. We'll the horse knows the way home more people disqualifying number three because they claim John Wayne did it for years..

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"ben science" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"ben science" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Thanks, Mike Kelly. My faith humanity has been at least partially restored. We have an update on the story where on Valentine's Day the middle of the month. Though, the story came at this eleven year old girl feel a Williams who has already undergone. Suffered so much tragedy in her life had her wheelchair stolen from south, very street home. She was living down in Georgia. Father came there shot the mother to death shot her and then took his own life. So she witnessed a murder suicide, and she was shot in the legs and has trouble getting around then. So she moved up north where her grandmother's taking care of her and just to have the wheelchair stolen on top of. That was insult to injury. At least now it was a simple misunderstanding. It looks like it looks like that some thought it was it was out there for scrap, and they took it, and they came forward and said, hey, you know, it was me as mistake, but they were able to replace it with their fund me account. So they declined to press star. Does I believe it was an honest mistake. So the top say, they're not charging. They're not identifying the person. But it seems as best we can tell us innocent mistake. So Mary Wilson over channel ten caught up with some of the folks were field. Williams goes to school Kim tech valley school in Alba. Indian school near the Ben science has become one of the families. Biggest allies says that field. Enter grandmother is now taking care of field have been brilliant inspiration through all these very rough times something about the human spirit with them that you're just compelled to be around them. And they they give us all hope. So nice job by the grandmother, Linda Williams, there, you know, I didn't think this would there be any controversy about this? But I on the WGN Facebook page where some kind of I think ridiculously misguided and some hurtful comments people who think this is a bad idea. But New York state has started a program where people who have a certain disabilities. We'll be giving developmental disability ID cards that read as follows especially you can see if they're they're having trouble dealing with somebody including law enforcement or first responder I have a developmental disability. The card reads, a may have difficulty understanding and following your directions or may become able to respond. I may be physi-. I may become. Physically agitated if you prompt me verbally or touch me or move to close to me. I am not intentionally refusing to cooperate. I may need your assistance. Please see the back of this card. And then there's information on the back. I just don't see much of the downside with this either. I mean is there a possibility it could be abused? I guess maybe. But I think it serves larger good, and it brings to mind there was an incident in Albany, not that long ago few years ago where police encountered a guy, and they believe that he was acting aggressively toward them and they shot and killed him. And afterwards they determined that. He had some developmental disabilities. Was unable to communicate that to police, and they they misinterpreted his actions as being threatening to them, or if you'd had the ability to give a card like this to them might have had the ability to explain that. He's got a, you know, mental issues and all of that. But I would like to see those cards tailored specifically for each individual do maybe detail the best way to interact because even on the spectrum. I mean, if they vary so greatly in their circumstances that it'd be nice to have a specific card. These are issues. And this is how best to communicate with me or this is who to contact if there's a problem. Well, actually, that's exactly what this does. Because on the back of that car that has the name and as a contact phone number in stuff like additional information. They give us an example nonverbal does not make eye contact does not like to be touched is nonviolent likes to be called, Johnny. Oh, so you can customize a person. So that's very high. Do I find that very helpful? And if it can avoid even one mistake like what happened in Albany? I think that's worth that. This is Albany. Police spokesman Steve Smith, and you know, what is law enforcement think they like it our office just wanna go, and they just want to try to help a person in need. But they're not sure what's going on. Because they just don't have the information available. They're not mind reasons, I mind readers, I watch cops all the time on TV. There are a lot of thought somebody who's going to get shot because they were either hearing impaired or they didn't understand English. They thought they were resisting. What they just couldn't they couldn't they weren't able to comply. And there was another guy who I thought was passed out. They thought he was either drunk or on drugs, and it was a diabetic seizure, and this kind of stuff I think would help in that. There's more traction underway Kelly the capital in Albany about giving illegal immigrants driver's licenses. It seems like it's gaining momentum. I've put nothing pass legislature. Now big big editorial last week in the daily news. The liberal New York tabloids. They think giving licenses to undocumented folks would be a great idea. They say they're already driving in large numbers. It makes sense for them to prove who they are certified. They know the rules of the roads they say that in places like California where they'd given licenses to people who are not here legally hit and runs have dropped by as much as ten percent in areas with heavy immigration populations. That in some cases, they've actually gotten insurance which helped the people that they may have hit with their vehicles. On the other side, you have people like state Senator Jim to disco. He's saying it's it's not only insulting to real to legal citizens. But also, he doesn't think it'll it'll work. Here's here's to disco. This is inappropriate nobody.

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"ben science" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

12:33 min | 2 years ago

"ben science" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"As of yesterday in the United States district court eastern district of Kentucky. A lawsuit has been filed nNcholas Sandman and his parents and guardians, by the way. This is the first time this kid had ever gone on a trip just because of his positions about being pro-life in his entire life without his parents and versus the Washington Post a two hundred and fifty million dollar lawsuit. The attorney by the way is somebody. I've known really really well because he was the lawyer for Richard jewel back at the time. And so this thirty eight page suit will go into some of the details here in a second with with Lynnwood is absolutely positively one of the best written lawsuits, most devastating that I've ever read in my life. I know Alan Dershowitz said they have a good case the entire world was guilty of libelling these kids he says these poor kids seem to be doing exactly the right thing. Then suddenly because they're thought to be white privilege kids and suddenly everyone's ganging up on him. Anyway, we bring Lynnwood onto the program. Lynn, it's great to have you. I've known you since the Richard jewel case. And I have said on the air many times that that case changed my life. And as a result where so many people in the media rush to judgment on all these high profile cases, I learned to stand back, and wait and go do my own investigations and talk to Zimmerman or talk to the Duke lacrosse kids. For example, these these media companies do this constantly, Sean, let me say, it's it's great to speak with you again. I remember well the dark days of nineteen ninety six. Atlanta Georgia win another mob. Falsely accused an innocent person Richard jewel who was in fact, a hero of the Centennial Olympic Park bombing saving hundreds of innocent lives, and you were without a doubt, the lone voice in the media push back against the mob stood up Richard and urged that the public wait until all the facts. William Richard jewel was deeply indebted in grateful to you, Sean. And I feel the same way. I wish we had a media that would follow your example. And would take calls investigate the facts. And report accurately, so that we would not again have a situation where innocent person this time. A child is falsely attacked vilified and threatened literally portrayed to the world as the face of evil. It was the coverage of this. And the rush to judgment here. It would have taken maybe ten minutes of research with all of the video evidence that we now know exist for the media not to rush to judgment. It would have taken them. All that would have needed was go talk to other people other witnesses make some calls is this what happened, and they would have realized instantaneously that the story that they were being fed the narrative they were building was false. As a matter of fact, I'll take it a step further. I don't think nNcholas salmon could have acted any better in this particular case considering the circumstances the amount of discipline that he showed in that moment. Under those circumstances for sixteen year old kid is remarkable. Nncholas is a remarkable young man, and he conducted himself in a fashion that should have been commended bad. Everyone in the media, but you have shown here's what happened. The Washington Post the first defendant of many to calm, the Washington Post. Couldn't take the time to do even a basic investigation to contact witnesses. They couldn't even take the time to look online and watch the vailable video that would accurately portrayed what happened on the nineteenth at the National Mall. Why did they not take those fundamental steps? Why did not? Hose and recognized that they were dealing with a minor child. I don't even think they bothered to try to find out his age the reason they did not do that is because they rushed to judgment against nNcholas because it fits. The narrative and agenda of the Washington Post to attack. The United States and in the process, they didn't care that a young boys life would end up being collateral damage. They cared more about the agenda against President Trump. Then they cared about a young boy, I wanna read from your loss of because it's extraordinarily well written and very powerful is that unlike the post abuse of the profession of journalism plaintiffs do not bring this lawsuit to use the judicial system to further any political agenda the lawsuits brought against the post to seek legal redress for it's negligent, reckless malicious attacks on nNcholas which caused him permanent damage to his life and his reputation the post bullied an innocent child with an absolute disregard for the pain and destruction. It's attacks would cause to his life. The post proved itself to be a loud and aggressive bully with a bully pulpit in. In this country. Our society is dedicated to the protection of children, regardless of the color of their skin their religious beliefs or the cap they wear but the post did not care about protecting nNcholas to the contrary. The post raced with a reckless disregard of the facts and the truth because in this day and time there's a premium premium for being first and allowed us allowed us media bully the post wanted to lead the charge against this child because he was a pawn in their political war against its political adversary award that is so disconnected and beyond the comprehension of nNcholas that bind as well. A Ben science fiction. The post must be dealt with the same way every bully is dealt with. And that is hold the bully accountable for its wrongdoing and a manner, which effectively deters the bully from again, bullying other children in a civil lawsuit. Punishment and deterrence is found awarding money damages to the victim and target of this. Bully now in order to fully compensate nNcholas for damages and to punish deter and teach the post a lesson. It will never forget this action seeks money damages in excess of two hundred and fifty million dollars, which is the amount. Jeff Faso's, the world's richest person paid in cash for the post when his company purchased the paper in two thousand thirteen. Wow. Now, I agree with Alan Dershowitz. I think this is a slam dunk case. I, you know, I'm gonna tell you something Richard jewel affected me so much. How old was Richard? When he died. Richard died at age forty four. Why do I believe, and I I I've no evidence to back this up but having met him interviewed him. Why do I believe the stress the scrutiny the viciousness caused him to die younger men? You believe it shown because it's the truth. I was with Richard. I'm the first few days when the coverage broke loose. I watched Richard suffer. I watched him literally go into isolation in his mother's apartment. I watched in gain a tremendous amount of weight. I watched first hand and absorbed, the extreme mental distress and terrible dressed. It was placed upon him. And there's no doubt that what he went through and continue to go through for the next ten almost eleven years contributed to his untimely death of a heart attack at age forty four. That's just one example, Richard jewel is one example. We don't know what's going to be the future for nNcholas salmon what we do now. And I don't want to go into Nicholas's privacy beyond to to say this young boy is suffering severely. Emotional distress and stress. Can you imagine what it feels like to walk along with his fellow students at Covington Catholic? Where where the schools itself attack prematurely rushed out attack? And condemned him and his fellow students without any investigation whatsoever. You're not wired since Richard jewel case, Shaun. I've watched the next twenty three years ago. I've watched for the last twenty three years how the media has deteriorated in this country. And it has reached the point where it has deteriorated to the point of becoming essentially a political party with an agenda and is willing to vilify a child. Yeah. That is the action of a bully. And I think we correctly described the Washington Post as a bully bullies who turned over the megaphone, the Nathan Phillips documented liar. A phony war veteran and allowed him to tell the world through the Washington Post a lot about what happened that day. Nobody cupboard. Black. Hebrew, israelites. Nobody I did covered the fat. Well, you did. Thank you very much. And I did it was amazing berry huge. And and nobody talked about the truth that Nathan Phillips walked over and confronted this group of students and can sell walked directly into the face of nNcholas instead of talking about the actions of the adults which were reprehensible and created instigated the confrontation, they only wanted to talk about a child who did nothing wrong did not say one word to Nathan Phillips did not make any gesture toward Nathan Philips did not told him or mock him in any way, and yet the media's agenda because he was a white Catholic students wearing a souvenir make America great again tap on his first trip out of state without his parents. He's the agenda, and that's why they wrote about him and ignored the wrongdoers. They picked on a child they picked on an innocent child and that the act of a bully. Lin the attorney for nNcholas Sandman a two hundred and fifty million dollar lawsuit filed now against the Washington Post if you can stay with us a awhile, then I have so many more questions I want to ask you all of these other mob. So-called news organizations. I've got to believe that their next more importantly, I want to go through a series of instances, not just Richard Jewell or nNcholas salmon where the media's rush to judgment destroyed lives, and they keep doing it with abandonment, and the things that they get away with when they say about public figures, look at the president exhibit A, I could tell you a my life. I have been lied about with regularity. And there's there's really no recourse because as a public figure the standard is so high that they pretty much can print anything, and you can't even fight back except to say that it's not true Linwood. The attorney for nNcholas salmon, we'll talk more about the suit and other suits, potentially. Coming in much more eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number. Hannity watch. I on. Fancy and their minions. Sean Hannity the latest traffic coming up in minutes on News Radio WFL as. You know, there.

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08:36 min | 2 years ago

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"The Washington the first defendant of many to calm, the Washington Post. Couldn't take the time to do even a basic investigation to contact businesses. They couldn't even take the time to look online and watch the available video that would accurately portrayed what happened on the nineteenth at the National Mall. Why did they not take those fundamental steps? Why did not? And recognize that they were dealing with a minor child. I don't even think they bothered to try to find out his age the reason they did not do that is because they rushed to judgment against nNcholas because it fits. The narrative and agenda of the Washington Post to attack. The United States and in the process, they didn't care that a young boys life would end up being collateral damage. They cared more about their agenda against President Trump. Then they cared about a young boy, I want to read from your loss of because it's extraordinarily well written and very powerful is that unlike the post abuse of the profession of journalism plaintiffs do not bring this lawsuit to use the judicial system to further any political agenda. The lawsuit has brought against the post to seek legal redress for it's negligent, reckless malicious attacks on nNcholas which have caused him permanent damage to his life and his reputation the post bullied an innocent child with an absolute disregard for the pain and destruction. It's attacks would cause to his life. The post proved itself to be a loud and aggressive bully with a bully pulpit in. In this country. Our society is dedicated to the protection of children, regardless of the color of their skin their religious beliefs or the cap they wear but the post did not care about protecting nNcholas to the contrary. The post raced with a reckless disregard of the facts and the truth because in this day and time there's a premium premium for being first and loudest allowed us media bully the post wanted to lead the charge against this child because he was a pawn in their political war against its political adversary award that is so disconnected and beyond the comprehension of nNcholas that bind as well. A Ben science fiction. The post must be dealt with the same way every bully is dealt with. And that is hold the bully accountable for its wrongdoing and a manner, which affectively deters the bully from again, bullying other children in a civil lawsuit. Punishment and deterrence is found awarding money damages to the victim and target of this. Bully now in order to fully compensate nNcholas for his damages and to punish deter and teach the post a lesson. It will never forget this action seeks money damages in excess of two hundred and fifty million dollars, which is the amount. Jeff Faso's, the world's richest person paid in cash for the post when his company purchased the paper in two thousand thirteen. Wow. Now, I agree with Alan Dershowitz. I think this is a slam dunk case. I, you know, I'm gonna tell you something Richard jewel affected me so much. How old was Richard? When he died. Richard died at age forty four. Why do I believe, and I am I I've no evidence to back this up but having met him interviewed him. Why do I believe the stress the scrutiny the viciousness caused him to die younger men? You believe it shown because it's the truth. I was with Richard. I'm the first few days when the coverage broke loose. I watched Richard suffer. I watched him literally go into isolation in his mother's apartment. I watched in gain from vendors amount of weight. I watched first hand and absorbed, the extreme mental distress and terrible. It was placed upon him. And there's no doubt that what he went through and continued to go through. So the next ten almost eleven years contributed to his untimely death of a heart attack at age forty four. That's just one example, Richard jewel is one example. We don't know what's going to be the future for nNcholas salmon what we do know now, and I don't want to go into Nicholas's privacy beyond to to say this young boy is suffering severely. Emotional distress and stress. Can you imagine what it feels like to walk along with his fellow students at and Catholic? Where where the schools itself attack, prematurely rushed out in tact? And condemned him and his fellow students without any investigation whatsoever. You're not wired since Richard jewel case, Sean, I've watched the next twenty three years ago. I've watched for the last twenty three years how the media has deteriorated in this country. And it has reached the point where deteriorated to the point of becoming essentially a political party with an agenda and is willing to vilify a child that is the action of a bully. And I think we correctly described the Washington Post as a bully bully who turned over the megaphone, Nathan Phillips documented liar, phoney war veteran and allowed him to tell the world through the Washington Post a lot about what happened that day. Nobody cupboard. The black. Hebrew, israelites. Nobody I did covered. The fat you. Well, you did. Thank you very much. And I did. It was amazing. Very few did. And and and nobody talked about the truth that Nathan Phillips walked over and confronted this group of students can self walk directly into the face of nNcholas instead of talking about the actions of the adults which were reprehensible and created instigated the the confrontation they only wanted to talk about a child who did nothing law did not say one word to Nathan Phillips did not make any gesture toward Nathan Philips did not tell him or mock in any way, and yet the media's agenda because he was a white Catholic student wearing a souvenir make America great again tap on his first field trip out of state without his parents. He's the agenda, and that's why they wrote about him and ignored the wrongdoers. They picked on the child they picked on an innocent child. And that's the act. Of a bully. Lin Wood the attorney for nNcholas Sandman a two hundred and fifty million dollar lawsuit filed now against the Washington Post of if you can stay with us a while. Then I I have so many more questions I want to ask you all of these other mob. So-called news organizations. I've got to believe that their next more importantly, I want to go through a series of instances, not just Richard Jewell or nNcholas salmon where the media's rushed to judgment destroyed lives, and they keep doing it with the Bannon and the things that they get away with when they say about public figures, look at the president exhibit A, I could tell you a my life. I have been lied about with regularity. And there's there's really no recourse because as public figure the standard is so high that they pretty much can print anything, and you can't even fight back except to say that it's not true Linwood. The attorney for nNcholas salmon, we'll talk more about the suit and other suits, potentially coming and much more eight. Eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number. Hannity watch. On shove can Nancy and their minions. Sean Hannity stories that have the capital region talking. Chuck Bank jelly every weekday morning five thirty on WGN, y you.

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11:50 min | 2 years ago

"ben science" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Right. Donald Trump doesn't look only. Racist garbage on dirty. Right. Dot com. That's right. Wow. Well, as of yesterday in the United States district court eastern district of Kentucky. A lawsuit has been filed nNcholas salmon and his parents and guardians, by the way. This was the first time this kid had ever gone on a trip, you know, just because of his positions about being pro-life in his entire life without his parents and versus the Washington Post a two hundred and fifty million dollar lawsuit. The attorney by the way is somebody. I've known really really well because he was the lawyer for Richard Jewell back at the time. And so this thirty eight page suit. We'll go into some of the details here in a second with with Lynnwood is absolutely positively one of the best written lawsuits, most devastating that I've ever read in my life. I know Alan Dershowitz said they have a good case the entire. The world was guilty of libelling these kids he says these poor kids seem to be doing exactly the right thing. Then suddenly because they're thought to be white privilege kids and suddenly everyone's ganging up on him. Anyway, we bring Lynnwood onto the program. Lynn, it's great to have you. I've known you since the Richard jewel case. And I have said on the air many times that that case changed my life. And as a result where so many people in the media rush to judgment on all these high profile cases, I learned to stand back, and wait and go do my own investigations. And and talk to Zimmerman or talk to the Duke lacrosse kids. For example, these these media companies do this constantly, Sean, let me say, it's it's great to speak with you again. I remember well the dark days of nineteen ninety six. Atlanta Georgia win another mob. Falsely accused an innocent person Richard Jewell who was in fact, a hero of the Olympic park bombing saving hundreds of innocent lives, and you were without a doubt, the lone voice in the media that push back against the mob stood up Richard and urged that the public wait until all the facts, Richard Jewell was deeply indebted in grateful to you, Sean. And I feel the same way. I wish we had a media. That would follow your example. And would take calls investigate the facts. And report accurately, so that we would not again have a situation where an innocent person this time a child is falsely attacked vilified and threatened literally portrayed to the world as the face of evil. It was the coverage of this and the rush to judgment here. It would have taken maybe ten minutes of research with all of the video evidence that we now know exist for the media not to rush to judgment. It would have taken them. All that would have needed was go talk to other people other witnesses make some calls is this what happened, and they would have realized instantaneously that the story that they were being fed the narrative they were building was false. As a matter of fact, I'll take it a step further. I don't think nNcholas sandbank could have acted any better in this particular case considering the circumstances the amount of discipline that he showed in that moment. Under those circumstances. For a sixteen year old kid is remarkable. Nichols is a remarkable young man, and he conducted himself in a fashion that should have been commended bad everyone in the media showing. Here's what happened. The Washington Post the first defendant of many to calm, the Washington Post. Couldn't take the time to do even a basic investigation to contact witnesses. They couldn't even take the time to look online and watch the available video that would accurately portrayed what happened on the nineteenth at the National Mall. Why did they not take those fundamental steps? Why did not? And recognized that they were dealing with a minor child. I don't even think they bothered to try to find out his age the reason they did not do that is because they rushed to judgment against nNcholas because it fit the narrative and agenda of the Washington Post to attack. President of the United States and in the process. They didn't care that a young boys life would end up being collateral damage and cared more about the agenda against President Trump. They cared about a young boy, I wanna read from your loss of because it's extraordinarily well written and very powerful. Is unlike the posts abuse of the profession of journalism plaintiffs do not bring this lawsuit to use the judicial system to further any political agenda. The lawsuit has brought against the post to seek legal redress for it's negligent, reckless malicious attacks on nNcholas which have caused him permanent damage to his life and his reputation the post bullied an innocent child with an absolute disregard for the pain and destruction. It's attacks would cause to his life. The post proved itself to be a loud and aggressive bully with a bully pulpit in this country. Our society is dedicated to the protection of. Children regardless of the color of their skin their religious beliefs or the cap they wear but the post did not care about protecting nNcholas to the contrary. The post raced with a reckless disregard of the facts and the truth because in this day in time, there's a premium premium for being first and loudest allowed us media bully the post wanted to lead the charge against this child because he was a pawn in their political war against its political adversary award that is so disconnected and beyond the comprehension of nNcholas that is bind as well. Ben science fiction. The post must be dealt with the same way every bully is dealt with. And that is hold the bully accountable for its wrongdoing in a manner, which effectively deters the bully from again, bullying other children in a civil lawsuit. Punishment and deterrence is found awarding money damages to the victim and target of this bully order to fully compensate nNcholas for his damages and to punish deter and teach the post. A lesson. It will never forget this action seeks money damages in excess of two hundred and fifty million dollars, which is the amount. Jeff Bezos, the world's richest person paid in cash for the post when his company purchased the paper in two thousand thirteen. Wow. Now, I agree with Alan Dershowitz. I think this is a slam dunk case. I, you know, I'm gonna tell you something Richard jewel affected me so much. How old was Richard? When he died. Richard died at age forty four. Why do I believe, and I'm I've no evidence to back this up but having met him interviewed him. Why do I believe the stress the scrutiny the viciousness caused him to die younger, man? You believe it, Sean because it's the truth. I was with Richard. I'm the first few days when the coverage broke loose. I watched Richard suffer. I watched him literally go into isolation and his mother's apartment. I watched gain a tremendous amount of weight. I watched first hand and absorbed. The extreme mental distress terrible stress that was placed upon him. And there's no doubt that what he went through and continue to go through for the next ten almost eleven years contributed to his untimely death of a heart attack at age forty four. That's just one example, Richard jewel is one example. We don't know what's going to be the future for nNcholas salmon what we do. Now. I don't want to go into Nicholas's privacy beyond to to say. This young boy is suffering severely emotional, distress and stress. Can you imagine what it feels like to walk along with his fellow students at Covington Catholic schools terrible attack prematurely rushed out attack? And condemned him and his fellow students without any investigation whatsoever. You know watch since since Richard jewel case, Shaun. I've watched the next twenty three years ago. I've watched for the last twenty three years how the media has deteriorated in this country. And it has reached the point where it is deteriorating to the point of becoming essentially a political party with an agenda, and is really to vilify a child that is the action of a bully. And I think we correctly described the Washington Post as a bully bully who turned over the megaphone, Nathan Phillips documented liar. A phony war veteran and allowed him to tell the world through the Washington Post a lot about what happened that day. Nobody cupboard. Black. Hebrew, israelites. Nobody I did cover the fat. You did. Thank you very much. And I did. Very huge. And and nobody talked about the truth. That Nathan Phillips walked over and confronted this group of students. Walt directly into the face of nNcholas instead of talking about the actions of the adults which were reprehensible and created instigated the the confrontation. They only wanted to talk about a child who did nothing wrong did not say one word to Nathan Phillips did not make any gesture toward Nathan Phillips did not told him or mock him in any way, and yet the media's agenda because he was a white Catholic student wearing a souvenir make America great again tap on his first trip out of state without his parents, the agenda. And that's why they wrote about him and ignored the wrongdoers. They picked on a child they pick on innocent trial and that the act of a bully. Linwood. The attorney for nNcholas Sandman a two hundred and fifty million dollar lawsuit filed now against the Washington Post of you can stay with us awhile. Then I have so many more questions. I want to ask you all of these other mob. So-called news organizations. I've got to believe that their next more importantly, I want to go through a series of instances, not just Richard jewel or nNcholas salmon where the media's rushed to judgment destroyed lives, and they keep doing it with abandon and the things that they get away with when they say about public figures, look at the president exhibit A, I could tell you a my life. I have been lied about with regularity. And there's there's really no recourse because public figure the standard is so high that they.

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11:42 min | 2 years ago

"ben science" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Well, as of yesterday in the United States district court eastern district of Kentucky. A lawsuit has been filed nNcholas Sandman and his parents and guardians, by the way. This was the first time this kid had ever gone on a trip just because of his positions about being pro-life in his entire life without his parents and versus the Washington Post a two hundred and fifty million dollar lawsuit. The attorney by the way is somebody. I've known really really well because he was the lawyer for Richard jewel back at the time. And so this thirty eight page suit will go into some of the details here in second with with Lynnwood is absolutely positively one of the best written lawsuits, most devastating that I've ever read in my life. I know Alan Dershowitz said they have a good case the entire world was guilty of libelling these kids. He says these poor kids seem to be doing exactly the right thing. Then suddenly because they're thought to be white privilege kids and suddenly everyone's ganging up on him. Anyway, we bring Lynnwood onto the program. Linden. Great to have you. I've known you since the Richard jewel case. And I have said on the air many times that that case changed my life. And as a result where so many people in the media rush to judgment on all these high profile cases, I learned to stand back, and wait and go do my own investigations and talk to Zimmerman or talk to the Duke lacrosse kids. For example, these these media companies do this constantly, Sean, let me say, it's it's great to speak with you again. I remember well the dark days of nineteen ninety six in Atlanta. Georgia win, another mob convened to falsely accused an innocent person Richard jewel who was in fact, a hero of the Centennial Olympic Park bombing saving hundreds of innocent lives, and you were without a doubt, the lone voice in the media that push back against the mob stood up for Richard and urged that the public wait until all the facts. William Richard Jewell was deeply indebted in grateful, Sean, and I feel the same way. I wish we had a media that would follow your example. And would take calls investigate the facts and report accurately, so that we would not again have a situation where an innocent person this time a child is falsely attacked vilified and threatened literally portrayed to the world. As the face of evil. It was the coverage of this. And the rush to judgment here. It would have taken maybe ten minutes of research with all of the video evidence that we now know exists for the media not to rush to judgment. It would have taken them. All that would have needed was go talk to other people other witnesses make some calls is this what happened, and they would have realized instantaneously that the story that they were being fed the narrative they were building was false. As a matter of fact, I'll take a step further. I don't think nNcholas salmon could have acted any better in this particular case considering the circumstances the amount of discipline that he showed in that moment. Under those circumstances for sixteen year old kid is remarkable. Nichols is a remarkable young man, and he conducted himself in a fashion that should have been commended that everyone in the media. But here's what happened. The Washington Post the first defendant of many to come. The Washington Post couldn't take the time to do even a basic investigation to contact yet. Nisus they couldn't even take the time to look online and watch the available video that would accurately have trade what happened on the nineteenth at the National Mall. Why did they not take those fundamental steps? Why did they not? And recognized that they were dealing with a minor child. I don't even think they bothered to try to find out his age the reason they did not do that is because they rushed to judgment against nNcholas because it fits the narrative and agenda of the Washington Post to attack. The president of the United States and in the process, they didn't care that a young boys life would end up being collateral damage. They cared more about the agenda against President Trump. They cared about a young boy, I want to read from your loss of because it's extraordinarily well written and very powerful is that unlike the post abuse of the profession of journalism plaintiffs do not bring this lawsuit to use the judicial system to further any political agenda. The lawsuit has brought against the post to seek legal redress for it's negligent, reckless malicious attacks on nNcholas which have caused him permanent damage to his life and his reputation the post bullied and innocent child with an absolute disregard for the pain and destruction. It's attacks would cause to his life. The post proved itself to be a loud and aggressive bully with a bully pulpit in this country. Our society is dedicated to the protection of children. Regardless of the color of their skin their religious beliefs or the cap they wear but the post did not care about protecting nNcholas to the contrary. The post raced with a reckless disregard of the facts and the truth because in this day in time, there's a premium premium for being first and loudest the loudest media bully the post wanted to lead the charge against this child because he was a pawn in their political war against its political adversary award that is so disconnected and beyond the comprehension of nNcholas that bind as well. A Ben science fiction. The post must be dealt with the same way every bully is dealt with. And that is hold the bully accountable for its wrongdoing and a manner, which effectively deters the bully from again, bullying other children in a civil lawsuit. Punishment and deterrence is found awarding money damages to the victim and target of this bully now in order to fully compensate nNcholas for his damages and to punish deter and teach the post a lesson. It will never. Forget this action seeks money damages in excess of two hundred and fifty million dollars, which is the amount. Jeff pesos, the world's richest person paid in cash for the post when his company purchased the paper in two thousand thirteen. Wow. Now, I agree with Alan Dershowitz. I think this is a slam dunk case. I, you know, I'm gonna tell you something Richard jewel affected me so much. How old was Richard? When he died. Richard died at age forty four. Why do I believe and I have no evidence to back this up but having met him interviewed him. Why do I believe the stress the scrutiny the viciousness caused him to die younger, man? You believe it, Sean because it's the truth. I was with Richard. I'm the first few days when the coverage broke loose. I watched Richard suffer. I watched him literally go into isolation in his mother's apartment. I watching gain from vendors amount of weight. I watched first hand and absorbed, the extreme mental distress and terrible stress was placed him. And there's no doubt that what he went through and continue to go through for the next ten almost eleven years contributed to his untimely death of a heart attack at age forty four. That's just one example, Richard Jewell is one example, we don't know what's going to be the future for nNcholas salmon what we do know now. And I don't want to go into nNcholas privacy beyond to to say. This young boy is suffering severely emotional, distress and stress. Can you imagine what it feels like to walk along with his fellow students at Covington Catholic? Where the schools terrible attack prematurely rushed out attack. And condemned him and his fellow students without any investigation whatsoever. You know watched. Richard jewel case, Shaun. I've watched the next twenty three years ago. I've watched for the last twenty three years how the media has deteriorated in this country. And it has reached the point where deteriorated to the point of becoming essentially a political party with an agenda and is willing to vilify a child that is the action of a bully. And I think we correctly described the Washington Post as a bully a bully who turned over the megaphone, Nathan Phillips documented liar. A phony war veteran and allowed him to tell the world through the Washington Post a lot about what happened that day. Nobody covered black. Hebrew, israelites. Nobody I did covered the fat you. Well, you did. Thank you very much. And I was amazing berry huge. And and nobody talked about the truth that Nathan Phillips walked over and confronted this group of students and can sell Walt directly into the face of nNcholas. Instead of talking about the actions of the adults which were reprehensible and created instigated the the confrontation. They only wanted to talk about a child who did nothing long did not say one word in Nathan Phillips did not make any gesture toward Nathan Phillips did not tell him or mocking in any way. And yet the media's agenda because he was a white Catholic student wearing a souvenir make America, great again tap on his first trip out of state without his parents, the agenda, and that's why they wrote about him and ignored the wrongdoers. They picked on a child they picked on an innocent child and that the act of a bully. Lin Wood the attorney for nNcholas Sandman a two hundred and fifty million dollar lawsuit filed now against the Washington Post if you can stay with us a while. Then I I have so many more questions I want to ask you all of these other mob. So-called news organizations. I've got to believe that their next more importantly, I want to go through a series of instances, not just Richard jewel or nNcholas salmon where the media's rush to judgment destroyed lives, and they keep doing it with abandonment. And the things that they get away with what they say about public figures, look at the president exhibit A, I could tell you a my life. I have been lied about with regularity. And there's there's really no recourse because as a public figure the standard is so high that they pretty much can print anything, and you can't even fight back except to say that it's not true. Linwood. The attorney for nNcholas salmon, we'll talk more about the suit and other suits,.

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Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"ben science" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The sun but according to team scientists oliver hainan of european southern observatory there was no visible signs about gassing from a more and more so these forces were not expected the damn thing just accelerated got past saturn so what we do with something like that at first we thought was an asteroid ben science said it's a comet then when it's declared a comedy accelerates would it gets past saturn mike berra's with us tonight from each aliens we were talking about that also talking about space for secret space programs and the like mike barrett great to have you back on the program and it just amazes me how even in the face of something anomalous is something this big accelerating or like all of a sudden putting the pedal to the metal to to leave the solar system they're still saying it's a comment and i just and we were talking about the designations of names whether we have a more and more damian lucifer whatever you wanna call it seems that the colts still plagues acid does it not well yeah it actually absolutely does and it's if there's a show on right now on cbs all access called strange angel which is about jack parsons who is the guy who basically founded the jet propulsion laboratory in pasadena did the rocket experiments in an area called devil's canyon if you were to stand at the base of the great pyramid set your compass for three thirty three which is of course masonic and hyper dimensional guess what you started walking you could walk across the ocean you would end up literally right at the gate right at the doorstep of jpl all of this stuff is not by accident it's all arranged by nasa it's all part of their weird a call mystery the germans really and of course the germans dominated nasa so all this stuff means something and that's really i think it's really important for us to figure out exactly what it does mean what they're trying to tell us because personally you know lucifer damien doesn't you know i mean these were guys that were trying to bring on armageddon apocalypse i think it's probably a good idea for us to figure out what the symbolic messages that trying to send us paulo i mean who was apollo but the destroying angel a polyolefin or the polly and in fact the asteroids that they say are in the day side of of the earth are a poly in class planets republic a pauline class asteroids apol ian class apollo class meaning destructive the destroying type of of rocks that are out there that they now want to launch spaceships maybe even astronauts to go to see if there's life on these things yeah so it's it seems like there's a good reason to.

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"ben science" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"ben science" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Planets project damian visiting acronym stands for detecting and mitigating the impact earthbound nearer objects jackson this project is directly connected with planetary defense system against the optics there are some analysts do believe that there is more to the study in the damian and other programs i the commission to actually studying near earth objects for the proof of life out in space until very recently all seven hundred fifty thousand known asteroids comets originated in our own solar system and these small bodies are made up of primordial material and knowledge of their composition size distribution orbital dynamics is essential for understanding the origin and evolution of our solar system well many decades of astra bitty decades of asteroid and comet characterization of yielded information scenarios that explain the mass distribution chemical abundances and planetary configuration today solar system but it has remained a mystery as to how typical or nontypical our solar system truly is the chances of finding live on an asteroid may be an even easier task than once thought and the races on in determining what compounds are components are most likely to give a positive result on october nineteen two thousand seventeen the pan starrs one survey telescope discovered in anomalous object called eight twenty seventeen you won the first object known to originate outside our solar system follow up observations by other observers in subsequent analysis verified the extra solar trajectory of aid to a twentyseven new one and i quite claimed it was a curious asteroid later we find that some scientists were curious about the shape and it's erotic behavior now there were some observers were actually excited because the anomaly looked a lot like an ancient alien mothership they claim to the asteroids nature eight twenty seventeen you one was surprising given that the predicted ratio of cometary and asteroidal material from contemporary sources to models did not add up science at a firstclass anomaly on their hands scientists gave it a codename but more and more it was a cigar shaped asteroid the size of a football field it moved into stitching eighty five thousand seven hundred miles an hour the object again not from the solar system was hard to track because of its your regular speed in orbit while the more more came from the direction of vega which the bright star in the larry constellation scientists estimated that a more and more could actually have traveled through the milky way for hundreds of millions of years it's also curious that the name a memorial is hawaiian for a messenger that reaches out from the distant past well this anomalous extraordinary extra solar mothership candidate is back in the news again depending on what you read it is now been called a comet however some are still not buying the hypothesis scientists even came up with a clever headline for the announcement in the paper in the nature in the paper nature today it says sometimes as guardship comet it's just a comet or maybe not again let me remind you that science has an explanation for everything it doesn't exclude the fact that this baby in artificial something or or some sort of spaceship and the thing that's hilarious is is that i was looking through all the science magazines and the science papers today written about a more more somebody brought up the new york post will comet then why didn't act like a comet why was it red dim weird oblong not quite like anything we've seen in our solar system comets contain ice and the supplementation of that ice creates the tail there was no supplementation so and there was one other thing that after a couple of days of harry that it's a comet the strange anomaly again baffled the scientific community it's been reported that in some circles at the anomaly had accelerated again and again and again of the object is not caused by cometary outgassing let me read the nassar press releases at college normally eject large amounts of dust and gas when warmed by the sun but according to team scientists oliver hainan of european southern observatory there was no visible signs of outgassing from a more and more so these forces were not expected the damn thing just accelerated would've got past saturn so what we do with something like that at first we thought was asteroid ben science said it's a comet then when it's declared a comedy accelerates would it gets past saturn mike berra's with us tonight from each and aliens we're talking about that also talking about space for secret space programs in the like mike barrett great to have you back on.

"ben science" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"ben science" Discussed on Mixergy

"Um it did not work at all and obviously frustrated why if they love them why didn't they sell so you know so her to pick it out but we dan if i finally three main reasons one the socials that he's teachers are not inherently techies so they could look at it and say they loved it but when it came time to bring it into the class from now was another thing uh they also didn't quite have the guts to tell the tech guy in those days to install it on the computers because he was going to hear he or she was going to give them a dirty lot wider wrapped up new software it will bring viruses balabre bollocks a game so that didn't work and then they're just really wasn't funding turns out that social studies is kind of the low person on the totem pole in the u s calm you know a concerted math first ben science than may be english all the things that they test you on and then finally kind of down to social studies see so off we did have to kill allow on off i would love to bring it back someday now that it's so much easier to do things online how long do you spend on that project before you said it's not gonna work out we gotta move on certainly a full two years probably eighteen months and develop man and then probably another 12 months you know sort of actively selling at and then probably six month agonizing over it but i did find out one thing about october shipping business which is unlike your kids you can shoot the ones that don't or ha ha.

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"ben science" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ben science" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Oh why not let's let's go towards a real actor you know what i mean like and nope looks good sometimes better than others but looks mostly good but it's a as opposed to like having an actor and a cartoon fight each other how about to real actors talk in like a dad's scott that's where the conflict comes from shared a smart move the up yeah and i really love scene just for that like for that fleeting second where it's like they are fighting side by side and you can see like how awesome it would be if he did turn yeah and like i guess he technically kind a does for you know the enemy within my enemies my friend thing for a half a hot second here and then he's like back to be themselves which is kind of great but like you get that you get that thing in this movie whereas like with vader it's really all sort of reserved for djeddai that you get a lot of that stuff and then obviously he's turned back right the very end yet like in this it's like oh second movie you see that that is there aside from people being like i i know there's good in new yes seem good in you this is like you see it happened for like a splitsecond but he's also the worst person in the world by a loss bigger almost turning the i actually really liked the flashbacks with luke skywalker about kill ben science as my question is so there's this um the first cut johnson did was about three hours and nekaca down to this release it r i left my question are we ever going to get those wealthy says that there's going to be a lot of delude scenes on the bluray will that's what i'm buying because i'm just i'm curious look i worry that he said there was a big race seen that car cut from this that they're gonna probably actually try to add in for the next for the turks like i i have no problem with that think like at the whole like you got to go to.

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