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"bob stephens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A new development in the unsolved killings of a prominent New Jersey couple found dead at home in 2014 The New Jersey attorney general has opened an investigation into the deaths of John and Joyce Sheridan The case has received renewed attention after the release of a podcast from WNYC studios dead end a New Jersey political murder mystery Reported hosted that podcast Nancy Solomon joins us now Nancy good morning Good morning Michael How are you I'm doing well How about you Is this a new investigation by the attorney general Or the reopening of an old one This is new The four sons of John and Joyce Sheridan asked the state attorney general to get involved several times since their parents deaths first because they agreed with disagreed with the county prosecutors offices initial theory which was that John Sheridan had killed his wife and then himself But also because an independent medical examiner determined that the knife that killed John Sheridan was missing That was the first time they asked the attorney general to intervene They asked a second time when several other mistakes by county detectives were discovered and a third time when the couple's oldest son brought documents to the attorney general that had been left on the dining room table the night the sheridans were killed those documents detail a multi-million dollar real estate deal on the Camden waterfront that involved powerful political interests in New Jersey but 5 successive attorneys general never intervened So Nancy I'm curious what has changed here Well there is a new attorney general Matt platkin He was nominated by governor Phil Murphy in February I don't really know what's behind the decision All I know is that over the last couple of years I've tried to get the current and former attorneys generals to speak with me about the decision About not to intervene in the case And all I got was crickets A couple of weeks ago I started hearing from a few people that they'd been contacted by a state investigator I reached out to the AG and his office actually responded confirming the investigation in a one line email Our office is investigating this matter and we will follow the evidence wherever it leads Now what can you tell us about who their contacting and what the investigation is looking into I know that a state investigator and an FBI agent interviewed a couple who were close friends of John and Joyce Sheridan I had interviewed them for the podcast and then I spoke with them last week after I'd gotten the investigation confirmed Chris Stevens had told the huge crowd that attended the Sheridan's memorial in 2014 that she had had a three hour lunch with Joyce just a day and a half before the sheridans died And then she and her husband bob were really surprised that after saying that to at the memorial that detectives never interviewed Chris about what Joyce had to say at their lunch That was 2014 The interview Chris did recently was pretty much about that lunch how Joyce seemed and whether there had been any trouble in her marriage Chris said absolutely there wasn't She said she's happy that state and federal investigators are finally asking questions We really would risk easier If we knew that everything was resolved on this it would be very comforting knowing that they finally figured out what the story was Nancy has the shared and family said anything about the opening of this investigation Yeah I talked with Mark Sheridan At first he didn't really believe anything would be done But when I told him that Chris and bob Stephens had actually been interviewed that quickly changed his mind Until you just told me that I didn't know for certain that the attorney general's office was actually reopening the investigation was doing anything So I'm happy to hear that they've started to reach out to people I didn't know that But I certainly think it's a good start It's been what more than 7 years now since the sheridans were killed Do you think the case can be solved Michaela I think it's going to be extremely difficult I don't know what's in the original investigative files from Somerset county Did they obtain surveillance video of cars coming and going from the neighborhood Can DNA be extracted from anything that's been kept or stored The problem is that from everything I've been able to find out the Somerset county detectives believed so fervently that it was a murder suicide that they didn't do much investigating And now 7 and a half years later it's certainly a very cold case But some cold cases do get solved So this is a very significant development Nancy Salomon is a senior reported WNYC in the house of the podcast dead end a New Jersey political murder mystery Nancy thank you Thanks Michael It's morning edition from NPR news I'm Ian Martinez And I'm Leila Fulton This is the sound of COVID-19 COVID's DNA code was loaded into a computer and interpreted as music The person behind this is Mark temple a microbiologist in Sydney Australia 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"bob stephens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"2014 The New Jersey attorney general has opened an investigation into the deaths of John and Joyce Sheridan The case has received renewed attention after release of a podcast from WNYC studios dead end a New Jersey political murder mystery Reporter in host of that podcast Nancy Solomon joins us now Nancy good morning Good morning Michael How are you I'm doing well How about you Is this a new investigation by the attorney general or the reopening of an old one This is new The four sons of John and Joyce Sheridan asked the state attorney general to get involved several times since their parents deaths first because they agreed with disagreed with the county prosecutors offices initial theory which was that John Sheridan had killed his wife and then himself But also because an independent medical examiner determined that the knife that killed John Sheridan was missing That was the first time they asked the attorney general to intervene They asked a second time when several other mistakes by county detectives were discovered And a third time when the couple's oldest son brought documents to the attorney general that had been left on the dining room table the night the sheridans were killed those documents detail a multi-million dollar real estate deal on the Camden waterfront that involved powerful political interests in New Jersey but 5 successive attorneys general never intervened So Nancy I'm curious what has changed here Well there is a new attorney general Matt platkin He was nominated by governor Phil Murphy in February I don't really know what's behind the decision All I know is that over the last couple of years I've tried to get the current and former attorneys generals to speak with me about the decision About not to intervene in the case And all I got was crickets A couple of weeks ago I started hearing from a few people that they'd been contacted by a state investigator I reached out to the AG and his office actually responded confirming the investigation in a one line email Quote our office is investigating this matter and we will follow the evidence wherever it leads Now what can you tell us about who their contacting and what the investigation is looking into I know that a state investigator and an FBI agent interviewed a couple who were close friends of John and Joyce Sheridan I had interviewed them for the podcast and then I spoke with them last week after I'd gotten the investigation confirmed Chris Stevens had told the huge crowd that attended the Sheridan's memorial in 2014 that she had had a three hour lunch with Joyce just a day and a half before the sheridans died And then she and her husband bob were really surprised that after saying that to at the memorial that detectives never interviewed Chris about what Joyce had to say at their lunch That was 2014 The interview Chris did recently was pretty much about that lunch how Joyce seemed and whether there had been any trouble in her marriage Chris said absolutely there wasn't She said she's happy that state and federal investigators are finally asking questions We really would risk easier If we knew that everything was resolved on this it would be very comforting knowing that they finally figured out what the story was Nancy has the shared and families said anything about the opening of this investigation Yeah I talked with Mark Sheridan At first he didn't really believe anything would be done But when I told him that Chris and bob Stephens had actually been interviewed that quickly changed his mind Until you just told me that I didn't know for certain that the attorney general's office was actually reopening the investigation was doing anything So I'm happy to hear that they've started to reach out to people I didn't know that But I certainly think it's a good start It's been what more than 7 years now since the sheridans were killed Do you think the case can be solved Michaela I think it's going to be extremely difficult I don't know what's in the original investigative files from Somerset county Did they obtain surveillance video of cars coming and going from the neighborhood Can DNA be extracted from anything that's been kept or stored The problem is that from everything I've been able to find out the Somerset county detectives believed so fervently that it was a murder suicide that they didn't do much investigating And now 7 and a half years later it's certainly a very cold case But you know some cold cases do get solved So this is a very significant development And Nancy as you're talking about the cold case and what has happened since the night of this what happened to the sheridans I'm just curious what are the reasonable expectations if a knight that was there to see as you say is nowhere to be found Right I mean I'm not sure what you're asking exactly Are they going to find the knife Maybe not likely but let's not forget There's this other case going on in New Jersey Sean cattle a political operative hired two hitmen to murder a fellow political consultant in New Jersey in Jersey City And in that case George Brett is one of the hitmen was arrested Now that murder in Jersey City was four months before the sheridans on the day after the Sheridan's died George Brits and the hitmen was arrested in Connecticut not that far from New York with for a bank robbery and he had a kitchen knife in his car So I don't know anything about that kitchen knife There was a kitchen knife missing from the Sheridan house Has that knife been tested Is there any blood or DNA on it Are they going to be able to make any connections between those two cases which are just eerily similar We don't know But at least for now the family is very happy that actual professional investigators are reopened the case Nancy Salman is a senior reporter WNYC in the.
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"bob stephens" Discussed on On The Media
"George norcross spoke at the sheridans memorial. Bob Stephens, the husband of Joyce's close friend Chris, was taken aback. That was the first time I saw nor cross, and that was the first time I said, jeez, John was dealing with norcross there. I didn't know that. And I knew nor across his name and probably not in a good sense. Bob watched as his wife offered a eulogy for Joyce Sheridan. He had been an assistant attorney general. So he knew what to expect when his wife told everyone at the memorial that she had had a three hour lunch at the Tiger's tale with Joyce just a day and a half before her death. And I thought I'm sitting there right behind her because she needed my support. Especially when she saw a cane Christie, you know, and everybody there and Christy Whitman. Two former governors and the current one. She was sitting next to Christy Whitman. They got all great. But as soon as she said, when I had lunch with Joyce, two days before she was killed, and I don't know if I even remembered what she said after that. I said, well, she just sealed your fate. You're going to be brought down and questions. Not for the suspect, but for information. So after the memorial, bob canceled the rest of his work day and drove his wife home. He was certain that detectives would be waiting for them on their doorstep. And nobody was there, and I would think that they'd want to see what Joyce said. And she's complain about John's that weren't getting along or the three hour lunch. Joyce probably wouldn't have said much, but she might have said something. But they didn't know Joyce could have said, John, John's been crazy. He's on medication. He's nuts, you know? That maybe he's not feeling well and he's hallucinating. But you don't know what. So you follow the leads. Never did it. And right away from the lack of contact by the prosecutor's office, I knew right away that they didn't do a good investigation..
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"From NPR news this is all things considered and I'm Adi Cornish Really take you back 20 years now Just weeks after 9 11 the U.S. is on edge the FBI is one of many government agencies tracking down leads connected to the attacks What about the 3300 flights already in the air Who's not norad on their line An agent Matthew riker is troubled by a Florida journalist sudden mysterious illness and he calls the CDC I have some tissue samples being flown up to a few labs from Florida I need you to take a look Of course agent riker We'll get right on it Thanks And those tissue samples show bob Stephens the journalists had been exposed to anthrax And Stevens became the first of 22 known victims to be exposed to anthrax lace letters in the U.S. that year Agent riker is not a real person but he's part of a very real story told in National Geographic's latest hot zone series After Daniel Dae Kim who plays agent Matthew riker spoke with me earlier And I asked him if he saw parallels between the days after 9 11 and the pandemic were living through now You know what was interesting in both instances was that for a brief shining moment we were all united against a common enemy And you know what happened in the aftermath of both circumstances also seemed to parallel one another The birth of the modern age of conspiracy theories happened around 9 11 and surely we know how many conspiracy theories there are now surrounding the pandemic So it was a little.
"bob stephens" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"You know like an electrical transistor amazing and then we have quantum computing. I don't get me started to bob stephen. I have done an incredibly deep dive on quantum computing for our our book. That's coming out. Which by the way is completely written in sent off to my agent. Get very soon as fast as totally done. Probably first quarter in twenty twenty three the quantum computing. Going to be like this thing that replaces your pc. A quantum computer is going to be like a super super super super computer that you rent a very small amount of time to use to do your processing and then another company will rent it for another short amount of time but there's not gonna be like millions of these quantum computers all over the world like the the actually like have almost absolute zero in a component inside. If it just don't even. I can't even i still like. I say everything that they say about it. I don't understand. That's how complicated. You're not going to be on on a quantum computer. It's certain things. It's very very good at that. You don't do normally so researchers will love it. We might have nanno transistors in our in some future Cpu but right now. We don't know what's going to happen. We literally don't know again like we have a certain number of years that we could predict that we're going to be able to continue the same the same progress but moore's law is going to end when we hit the physical limit and it's going to be most of our lifetimes we're going to see that limit get hit and then luckily hopefully they'll be this elegant transition to a new technology to keep the pace but you know what it might not happen at some point. The physics has limits. You can only get so hot and so fast until you create a computer. That's so dense and hot that you create a black hole. I mean there's limits there are limits. And and i think we're you know we're pretty far away from from limits. But i mean i think if memory serves i think some of the fastest computations that could potentially be done. I mean they're talking like tend to the fifty computations calculations per second something like that. I could be off a little bit. But that's so there are limits but we're not near there but actually we will hit the lumberton knowing what those limits are. I think is fascinating. Well bob when they say there's two more two more waves just following the pattern that we've had in the past the waves. You know six years of progress in growth three years of stagnation. so that's you know we're talking eighteen years we're due for a wave right now following the pattern so right now and then you know go forward nine years and we have another wave and then we're kind of at the end but here's the thing. Though jay is that while technological advancements is not linear problems are also not linear and we were talking about this before you were pointing out the fact that the getting more and more transistors onto a chip is harder and harder to do. Non linear problem. That means it takes an incredible amount of more work in research and development to make the same amount of advance as you go forward and we're just getting to the sort steep part of the curve where it's really hard to push forward. And also that non-linear aspect of of the of the problems themselves is also evenly distributed because you reach bottlenecks or hurdles that you need to get over and so what you're saying is we're getting to a hurdle where it's just linear advancement is incremental advancements. Not going to do it. We need a new paradigm and nobody knows what that is until we know what it is and sometimes it doesn't happen you know the coming. Hydrogen economy never came. Because we never got over the hurdles. And we'll do it in the future. Who knows some. You can't predict those things. Does this invalidate. Moore's law because we running up against the circle. There's laws you know work or if a guideline you know it is a guideline and it's is. It was never meant to be infallible forever and the transition from one paradigm to the next who knows what the next paradigm is. We've been lucky you know to to to to relatively easily go from one paradigm to the next but at some point who knows after silicon we could potentially go for a couple of decades or more with without something that really allows us to pick up the pace again on and keep going. I mean we're we're really approaching some fundamental limits with silicon and can tweak that forever and some people thought that it would have ended even before today but we're getting near the end and and hopefully there's another paradigm coming well. The good news is that human ingenuity is incredibly powerful. We have people all over the world and and again these companies are spending billions of dollars doing rnd. And that's what we need. That's why a healthy economy is so powerful because it allows companies to invest money into these technologies like the a platform like. We're lucky that the money was there for these companies to to put the time and energy into developing that platform. Because we need it. You know what i mean. Like their time we really needed it. Computer processing the more powerful computers. We have the more we can do. And the more the more incredible things that we can get you know hardware and software to do for us in our lives so the need is there the money is there just. We just got to hope that the ingenuity is there to make it happen. We just need the nerds. Yup well everyone. We're gonna take a quick break from show to talk about one of our sponsors this week. The nhtsa nitsa guys. 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"bob stephens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And Gunfire rang out late last night in Boston's Roxbury neighborhood. W B Z TV reporting a store clerk was shot on Shaman Avenue with E. M in our convenience store. So far. No word on a motive. No arrests So far that clerk brought to a hospital with serious injuries. You have any information about what might have happened here, please call Boston Police, 5 19 There's some new data out this week. Taking a closer look at just how effective face coverings Khun B. To stop the spread of Cove in 19 W. B. C. Sherry Small has more on that A new study out of Boston Find space Mass can go a long way in stopping the Corona virus in its tracks. The study published by Mass General Brigham finds the rate of covert 19 in fact. Shins fell dramatically from the middle of March to the end of April, when healthcare workers and patients both warm ass in a hospital, setting the 95 surgical mask or more effective than bandannas in scars. But the study says, even those face coverings for better than not wearing anything at all. And those homemade mass turns out, they're pretty effective. Very small W. B Z Boston's news radio. When it comes to our loved ones in care facilities, experts say direct communication is critical. Right now, many families feel helpless is we can't be there in person to make sure things are going as they should. It's a family should be asking some key questions. As residents of those centers are especially vulnerable to Cove in 19. A good place to start has anyone who works or visits. The facility tested positive what precautions are in place to protect staff and the residents, and it's crucial to ask what they're doing to help families stay connected. Older residents are not able to maybe do the video call or call it on their own. They need help. Bob Stephen, vice president of caregiving and health programs with AARP, he says to to ask how Facility will communicate with residents and their families. Most heartbreaking stories that we're hearing are from those family members who just don't know what's going on inside the facility and finally nursing home currently full staffing levels for nurse's aide and other workers. And is there a plan in place so that if staffing levels fall residents needs can still be meant that report from correspondent Deanna Kodiak Easy. 10 31. 7.9 82 available everywhere with the I. Heart radio app now number one for podcasting and on hundreds of devices like Alexa Google.
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"Luxury. Marie Cornell with reporting partner 10 news has details of this roadblock. That's hampering some business owners from opening up shop. Everyone's situation is different. You have Some who are waiting to get permission to move into their parking lot while others are dealing with the state board. We're not just hair stylist, we are professionals. And business owners and mothers and all we want Is to be able To do what we do know. The owner of hair salons are having trouble getting the green light to operate outdoors. Although they're able to physically move their business outside the state Board of Barbering cosmetology won't allow it, telling ABC 10 news in a statement. At the services must be in a license establishment and that heat is a concern. That's Marie Cornell reporting. Residents of nursing homes and assisted living facilities are especially vulnerable to Cove in 19 as most in person. Visits are not allowed. In many families air left in the dark. There are vital questions. Families should be asking Careful, civilities Dina Kodiak reports. You should ask if anyone in the facility has tested positive and ask often, resident staff could be vendors were coming in and out the second question. What is the nursing home doing to prevent infections? Are they monitoring the staff for fever? Doing any type of testing? What type of precautions in place? Bob Stephen, vice president of caregiving and health programs with AARP, the nursing home staff, have the personal protective equipment and training that they need to stay safe and keep their patients face and it's not What are they doing about that? It's also crucial to ask what the facility is doing to help its residents stay connected with their families. Dina Kodiak, NBC NEWS radio, Ah Corona virus vaccine made here in the U. S. Enters its final phase of testing as cases here continue to spike. The vaccine developed by the National Institutes of Health, and Moderna says that all 45 trial participants developed antibodies during its study. It will now start The final phase of testing with 30,000 volunteers. The president says his White House initiative to produce a vaccine could see major success through operation Warp speed. We will deliver a vaccine and record breaking time. We're ready to distribute the vaccine. When we get it. We're all set. It could still be till the end of the year before that happens. That's rob. Well, that was fast. Kanye West has decided he's.
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"Lundberg News, 93.1 Kfbk Alright currently outside, we have 59 degrees in Sacramento and news 93.1 kfbk. What's still on the table. But plaster Ville City Council has decided to at least put off for a while. A decision to remove a controversial image from the city's seal. We get more from kfbk sneak a magus. The logo features a minor panning for gold in a river and a tree behind with a noose hanging from it. The council was going to vote on changing the logo last night. But the meeting ran late. Mayor Michael Zaragosa says there wasn't enough time to have a thorough debate, and the issue has been moved to January. Historically, Placerville was given the nickname Hang Town because of the frequent hangings that occurred in the city. Nika Magus News, 93.1 KFBK California's positive Corona virus cases have surged past previous daily highs with over 10,000 cases in a single day. Tuesday's data shows 10,532 new cases of covert 19 in the state. That's according to the San Francisco Chronicle. The previous record for the day with the highest number of new cases was last Thursday, standing at 9870 Statewide, there are now over 346,000 confirmed cases of covert 19. So as clearly the Corona virus pandemic continues to rage on throughout California in Southern California Mayor Eric Garcetti says L. A maybe on the verge of another total shut down because of the virus gave the case Mark meet. Mayfield reports that L. A county actually has now seen its worst day for hospitalizations yet. Los Angeles County reporting a daily record for Corona virus cases. As hospitalizations reach the highest point since the start of the pandemic, local health officials added over 4200 new infections on Tuesday to exceed 140,000 total cases. Another 73 people died from complications for a total approaching 4000. Hospital admissions are also climbing as the current number sets at over 2100. Lamerica. Our city has hinted at another potential locked down as governor Newsome issued an order for more business closures statewide this week. Mark Mayfield News, 93.1 KFBK you'd County is inching closer to being on the state's Cove It watch list, which would mean losing Mohr indoor business options. KFBK is Mike back a report with more than 40 cases on Tuesday and I see you beds under 20% capacity, the county could face further business closures in the coming days. This is beyond just a public health issue. It is beyond whether you personally agree or disagree with the requirements and policies and it's beyond politics and principles. This is about keeping our businesses open, keeping our family, friends and neighbors working and keeping our economy going. We will lose our authority to manage this at a local level. If we end up on the state's monitoring this that is Chief administrative officer Sherry McCracken. She says there is still time to prevent further closures. But safety protocols must be followed, including wearing masks in public and not gathering in large groups. Mike Baka News, 93.1 KFBK, residents of nursing homes and assisted living facilities are especially vulnerable to covert, 19 were told and as most in person visits now are not allowed. Any families are being left in the dark, so they've got vital questions. They need to be asking about thes care facilities. That's a report from KFBK is Dina Kodiak this morning? You should ask if anyone in the facility has tested positive and ask often resident staff to be vendors were coming in and out. The second question is what is the nursing home doing to prevent infection? Are they monitoring the staff for fever Doing any type of testing? What type of precautions in place? Bob Stephen, vice president of Caregiving in health programs with AARP, The nursing home staff, have the personal protective equipment and training that they need to stay safe and keep their patients safe. And if not, what are they doing about that? It's also crucial to ask what the facility is doing to help its residents stay connected with their families. How will they communicate important information to residents and to you? And finally is the facility fully staffed? Dina Kodiak News, 93.1 Kfbk well, Republican California Congressman Kevin McCarthy, House Republican leader says Instead of talking about de funding police departments around the country, we should be making plans to give them more money for de escalation, training and body cameras. Says Our focus should be on improving police, accountability and reporting. This is our featured audio clip this hour. I know there are challenges to how to remove a bad officer. Let's take, for instance, George Floyd should be alive today. His family deserves justice. What would happen in that instance, that officer wasn't the first time that he was doing something wrong? He had 17 other times. He was notified her instance that he did something wrong. Why does it take that long? And why is that officer is still in the job. Well, that's where our bill comes in, where it allows an ability for people to oversee that to be able to remove somebody not waiting 17 times I look what the president did with his executive order to look at the federal entity from the attorney general. To be able to have a database. So all departments confined that also, if an officer leaves that it's difficult to remove somebody when you take that instance. And they may have to make a negotiation with them and take the record away. Will they go to another department that other department does not know that's happening. So what we have in the federal government from the attorney general, you'll have a database for that. It's interesting stuff, and I kind of like how he referenced the Republican plan for this as a part of that, because I don't think that there's been a lot of discussion about that. And I don't know that a lot of people realise there's even a Republican planned for and when it comes to money. I mean, if you want changes made usually changes require some financial backing. I had seen a quote from someone who said, You know, you don't burn down a building before you build a new one. Good point you have to you have to if you want more accountability want more reporting you want Mohr? A camera's toe. Watch. What's happening? You want Mohr Officersbill to do community outreach and repair or strengthen some of those relationships with the community. Defunding or taking money away doesn't seem like that would help. Well in the bottom line is we mentioned earlier, too. I think discussion is a big part of this. We've got to keep talking. All right, exactly. Let's get you caught up now on the top national stories for this hour here News, 93.1 Kfbk.
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"I've seen these reports where the state's coming back and saying Don't think that a salad constitutes a meal because there were some bars that were trying to skate by so to speak, they said. The state officials By serving just a small salad as food, which then would allow them to serve meals indoors. Okay, They've gotta have a meal. All right. Roughly one in five new cases of Kogan, 19 reported around the world comes from three states in the US, There's Air California, Florida and Texas. An NBC News tally revealed yesterday that more than 27,000 cases recorded in those states Monday accounted for 18.9% of the global total. That number also represented more than 1/3 of new cases reported in the US this week. A lot of families there feeling helpless to not being able to visit loved ones in care facilities amid the Koven 19 pandemic. So direct communication has become very important to them. They're our key questions were told family should be asking careful civilities as residents are particularly vulnerable there, too, to the virus cave because Deena Kodiak has more on that a good place to start has anyone who works or visits. The facility tested positive What precautions are in place to protect staff and the residents and it's crucial to ask what they're doing to help families stay connected. Older residents are not able to maybe do the video call or call Out on their own. They need help. Bob Stephen, vice president of caregiving and health programs with Air P, he says, two to ask how the facility will communicate with residents and their families. The most heartbreaking stories that we're hearing are from those family members who just don't know what's going on inside the facility. And finally this nursing home currently a full staffing levels for nurses, aides and other workers. And is there a plan in place so that if staffing levels fall residents needs can still be met. The New Kodiak News, 93.1 KFBK, CDC director Dr Robert Redfield says the most powerful weapon we have against Cove in 19 right now is face coverings. Kfbk is Mike Barrel reporter Not defenseless against this fire is the most powerful weapon we have. Our weapons are basically face coverings, adding that masks and social distancing our personal responsibilities for everyone, Redfield said in a virtual conference today, adding, Masking is a health issue and not a political issue. Redfield also indicated that the coming fall in winter months maybe one of the toughest in the country's public health history, but added, if we could get everybody to wear a mask right now, I really think of the next 468 weeks we could bring this epidemic under control. Mike Power News, 93.1 KFBK. So one of the one of the Corona virus Taskforce cohorts to is Dr Anthony Fauci and Senator Lindsey Graham, and by the way found she, of course, has been coming under increasing attack, Apparently in Washington. Senator Lindsey Graham, though who is a strong supporter of the president typically says it's not productive for anybody in the White House to undermine the Corona virus Task force members, especially Anthony 1000. White House report. Really trying to discredit Douchey ABC News Among those reporting that Ah document that was released to the media contains a list of comments made by FAU CI that might prove damaging to his reputation. Now we've heard that two senior level White House sources are telling ABC that Fauci has at times been referred to among aides to President Trump as Dr Gloom and doom. That's not necessarily knew that nickname Well, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham is speaking out in defense of the doctor, and this is our featured audio clip this hour. Well, here's what I was about Doctors found. She's been around a long time is one of the smartest people I know. Has he been right all the time? No, we don't have a doctor found your problem. We need to be focusing on doing things that get us to where we need to go. So I have all the respect in the world for Dr Fauci. I think any effort to undermine him is not going to be productive. Quite frankly, you know, we know that how she has been out Kristina on his own, making comments in the media talking about just like Redfield, talking about masks than the importance to them of wearing masks. And while that may be down, played by Washington by the Trump administration, they have strongly denied that they're trying to undermine him. So we're getting conflicting reports. Exactly And you know, and some of us I mean, all the experts have been Wrong Some point as we try because this is a situation that is changing every day. All right, let's get you caught up now on this hour's top national stories on news, 93.1 Cave.
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"Treating covered nineteen they want the sizing more study is needed the hope for Gilead's room disappear is it swift trial and FDA approval but no timeline yet the focus has been on hospitalized patients the president also telling reporters that the navy captain relieved of duty over a coronavirus memo is a good man who had a bad day but he declined to weigh in directly on a possible reinstatement as the navy expands an investigation of an outbreak that sickened hundreds of sailors the acting navy secretary announced a new follow on investigation into the virus ridden USS Theodore Roosevelt officials say this will likely delay any decision about the possible reinstatement the former aircraft carrier skipper captain Brad crozier by at least a month last week a second warship into our strike group had an outbreak it see the guided missile destroyer USS Kidd pulled into San Diego Tuesday boxes Lucas Tomlinson the navy says the kid now has over seventy five cases about a quarter of its crew it's unconstitutional to ask for proof of citizenship to vote that ruling from a federal appeals court a Kansas law for voter registration the decision from the appeals court panel upholds a permanent injunction issued by a federal judge America is listening to fox the we W. Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go rust has been made to fifty five cloudy announced McGill here's what's trending up to two ND matter police is not saying who the person is it just that they're a suspect involved in the murder of Angela Sommers she was shot and killed along Denny street on Monday Paul Thomas is the president of the Indianapolis branch of the national association of letter carriers he tells wish TV summers had been a letter carrier for almost two years I matter from day one and she always had a smile was engaged there are jobs left your job Tom said she had been having issues with the people who live in the house near where she was shot one in three people have died from rotavirus in Indiana were in a nursing home or long term care facility what's on what you can ask about being able to visit being able to visit in person not likely says Bob Stephen with a A. R. P. what is the nursing home doing to help residents stay connected with their families or other local okay will they allow businesses through window or phone calls or video calls he says nursing homes are obligated to communicate regularly to make sure that.
"bob stephens" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Unfortunately they're the same residents who are particularly vulnerable to covered nineteen yeah Bob Stephen is with A. R. P. he is joining us on the Cougars live line he is V. P. for care giving and health programs and Bob thank you for joining us first of all thank you for having me come with them so how vulnerable our nursing homes during this crisis they're they're very vulnerable because of the population that that lives there so you look at at nursing homes and if you start there one point three million people across the country those folks tend to be their number one they have underlying health conditions we know that that is one of the risks or or more adverse effects from the corona virus but they're also older baby you know we know that you know if you're over the age of eighty you're a calorie rate from Colbert nineteen is six times greater than the rest of us and of the of the folks living across the country the hundred two thousand in California nursing homes half of them are over the age of eight so you know if you're a family member you've got concerns but it how do you address the most of us you know we can't go to these places because they've shut down do you know any visitation etcetera how can we how can we be sure that our loved one is being properly protected well you you're you're right it's it's it's tough right now you know they're two things you can do try to stay as connected as you can to your loved one I mean they're really going to need that because one of the things that we we really see a lot of is that and for those who are in nursing home they're they're doing how often Mitchell isolated and so keeping up that that communication that connection is really critical and the other is become an advocate for your loved one you reach out to the facility and and work for their safety and their communication so what question should families be asking these facilities especially right now others six questions that we recommend that the families out facilities and some of them may already be provided in which is great but then you know others we we know that it it varies so first question is has anyone in the nursing home tested positive for coke at nineteen that includes resident and staff possibly benders who may have been coming to the facility the second question what is the nursing home doing to prevent infection are they screen staff as they're coming and going and are they trying to to keep president separate who may be infected versus those who weren't third it does nursing home staff have the personal protective equipment and training they need to stay safe and keep their patients safe the fourth question what is the nursing home doing to help residents stay connected with their families or other loved ones during this time fifth what is the plan for the nursing home to communicate important information to both residents and families proactively on a regular basis and in the final question is is the nursing home currently at full staffing levels for nurses aides and and other workers and do they have a plan that they have in place so that if for example workers get sick they can still provide the level of the the need to care that the residents will will require Bob Stephen AARP's vice president for care giving and health programs thank you very much for joining us Bob thank you for having me still no news time is seven fifteen house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer calling on Congress to pass a fourth the stimulus package for cash strapped state and local governments democratic lawmakers are joined by three public service workers risking their lives in the fight against carbon nineteen Blake Anderson an emergency medical technician says federal funding is needed for healthcare workers on the front lines it is vitally important that employers in our elected leaders from the White House to Congress and on down provide first responders with what we need to fight this epidemic Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's open to passing another relief bill with the copy out that Congress limit the liabilities of employees and employers from lawsuits said Sgt and lawsuits as state three open their economies millions of workers here in California have been impacted by the corona virus outbreak but it traditionally underserved group is getting some much needed help from a non profit trying to create employment opportunities for them source American president and chief executive officer Vince Lewis says as more businesses have closed due to the pandemic work from home options are increasing lots of us are doing telework and companies are utilizing telework in ways that they didn't think was possible and telework as a good opportunity and for a person with disability to be employed the nonprofit advocates on behalf of people with disabilities since its founding in nineteen seventy four member Felicity Huffman yeah yeah well her daughter's been accepted to a top university and this time she didn't have to cheat to get it to happen well allegedly Soviet Macy is heading to Carnegie Mellon university's theatre program following Carnegie Mellon start in Pittsburgh and is it there well that's always a tough following her mother's role in last year's a college admissions scandal remember she went to jail the award winning actress pled guilty to paying fifteen thousand to alter Sophia's essay T. answers Macy retook the test on our own and got accepted into the school okay okay good news time seven seventeen good girl how the presidential campaign has changed because of the coronavirus pandemic we talk to Joe Biden's former senior advisor at seven forty one.
"bob stephens" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Morning welcome back we're having some fun here this morning with we have the only program out that's where we had to stop food come from and we have the luxury of a nice our program we're going to be bringing to people adapt to treat people a day when we do the show to give expert opinions are expressed on how the product is raise I think going to be really really surprised in the lot comic specially in this in this society that women now because of issues that everybody's been reading about now we had Greg socks from American muscle hopper system great information now we've got I know everybody likes eggs and I'm going back to local examine Johnson called Bob's the actually Bob stamp or stand back from Bob good morning good morning Frank I'm gonna ask you the magic question like I always ask how's the egg business now it's cracked up to be hi I knew that was coming this year you guys to put that big sign up when you go down Greenville address so people can actually see this I'm probably it should be on the sign you're right that does say give us some information back Bob to do with what's interesting I've been got by next to you for years and your your business out how many how old is actually the stamp egg business we've been here since nineteen thirty seven third generation select grandparents still the third generation is still finding the eggs the same way they did that correctly pretty much everything still the same a few upgrades here and there but everything else I produce some unknown type of feed we use it's been the same for years and I've been in the course I mean they just run around rampant I mean this athlete yeah they're going to do the same to you and then then I think you can track it really really well yeah we got some nice chickens that's for sure is that nice now what is the you know the as far as the fetus at the same formula that you had ever since your grandparents had it or is it a problem I know it has to be a proprietary blend is that correct yeah actually they call it stamped match my dad came up with the the list of ingredients and it's been working pretty good for many years now you have to have that stuff tested prior to when you when they get when you get a load delivered ours have been pre tested how does that work if I want to have it tested if they would come up and tested but pretty much we deal with blue seal feed inequality is outstanding why did you see the trucks around everywhere yeah they do a nice they make a nice product now he sells both wholesale and retail yeah we got a little store at the farm we do pretty good over here and then we got a bunch of restaurants stores and nursing homes and stuff like that on the road and your heads their eggs have to be actually hand picked every day yeah our chickens are free range you just walk around in a big bond we use all vegetable feed no no no by products in the feet or anything okay now so we we also we have the chicken or to which makes it a little bit she even as we use the shavings for betting allow you said that you realize that now it's what's interesting is I get the extra jumbos and I'm Italian Bobby I did the last and they average this going to be at least out of a dozen eggs I can almost guarantee this least but eight ten nine of those a W. okay as yeah but no guarantees because then everyone will say I don't have a ten I'm just saying I got I mean it's like it's unbelievable that's a good thing right it is I need a listing so you crack someone I usually I every time I go to the gym I come home I have a I have to I have a two egg omelet I have it on that every day so I'm not one crack in one day because I want to get to yolks a sometimes I cry too I got for so long ago I'm get all confused so let me but if you look at the beautiful eggs and I look at that the effect you and I look at the color in the yolk because when I we had a ship that came from Italy I came to work for me for two weeks at the university and he was we we use it we use regular there's regular commercial like nothing against that but he cracked the egg you know the time is a like the egg to be like a almost like a yellow eat like I got almost like an Irish yeah I do well they for their pasta yeah now your eggs have a really high are inch a content to it yeah pretty much the collar stays the same all the time has a lot to do with the feeds and also has to do with sunlight which in the winter time we use a clear plastic on the windows to keep warm but they get plenty of sunlight okay yeah and I was fiery steed what does say that an average you are bound to burst what is the average go proxima consumption is it pounces go by tonnage tentatively a Browning way eats two point two pounds of feed a week oh wait a glare eats less feet per week well we had that question that was a really in sync with people you know eggs white eggs which it did yesterday great to have so you can call them exactly what they are when you get them and you look at the eggs in the store they're always thirty at least thirty to thirty five cents a dozen cheaper yeah brown egg they take up less space most of my kept in cages which a lot of different states again away from right now any much I don't know too many farms that raise white birds on the floor yeah we use I think it was saying the one time that it takes less feed to feed a chicken a White House aide like almost almost a pound less a week wow and they produce a couple more expert yeah I saw a bunch of weight extra away from different farms and stuff like that to re sell to my customers and stuff and they're pretty nice and all that but I I prefer the taste of the Browns but we but we service the Browns in in Rhode Island especially I know a lot of this they say they they they do the way so what now the type of bird you have obviously is a white chicken white egg brown chicken brown desert is our specific specie of brown chicken that you use or would they bred chickens out but you know this fire is that the ones that I have started off you know like when the pilgrims came with Rhode Island Reds okay the truth through the years they breed in with bigger birds are smaller birds or whatever they want to do so the ones I got now called east of brown's which I don't know why they call now but they look just like the Rhode Island Reds from using it to go maybe they're a little bit smaller I would say if anyone has a question for Bobby can call us at eight six six nine two old nine four five five or eight six six nine twenty WHAG you can email me at Frank terminal twenty two A. G. mail they have any questions about your Israeli interests and a lot of people your your local you've been a Johnson for the for like third generation the same area and I as far as a production base how proximity how many eggs a day do you generally will going pick at least three thousand eggs a day that's not that many though my dad had long but as times change people a lot of people would right away to expand in the nineties okay so we kind of downsize a little bit but at the point where I right now everything works out great yeah that's a that's interesting and you can definitely there was a definite taste difference in brown eggs versus white eggs in your opinion yeah I've had the way once I had the wrong maybe I'm biased I have chicken in my backyard my whole life you know well that's true does that does that does make that sense in in one you guys are going to get him in very shortly pardon the pun because you've got the the Easter coming up and all young people are gonna come up and it's going to be they're going to be hauling eggs out of that by the time this is the get home and I'll be honest Frank the last three days were like Easter with the coronavirus people are buying a lot of headaches that's for sure well I can understand that but at the farm we sell rights milk rates dairy farm in north Smithfield so the milk went really well too yeah that's what that's really taken off is five but that people well that's that that that's actually a safe way and your ex especially if it's a local ag you're right off an easy on easy off to get to on Greenville Avenue and it's it's a decent progress that I've been getting them for a few years and actually might not you actually let when my daughter who is now married with a kid you let it go yeah go for it yeah I don't really old Bob was when she was a baby five years she's a level which is a lebron love to run through a quick chase in the he had a lot of little kids come up to get your daughter was never scale I see let's see now heard now her during her daughter was five and she wants to come and visit and see the girls as a column are you gonna bring them by yeah I am going to come by but every time I go there I mean your wife and your wife is constantly at working in an inside we're pretty busy that's for sure I know what was going on he gonna work in like the gonna working like heck I try to give the weekends off though all day all lawyers point you very much and are you actually deal with a lot of rights femme products is that correct just a milk I just felt yeah regular milk in the flavored milk and all that but we don't sell them Hey Siri no no no you see you handled a handle it did all the dairy products yeah we've been we should back them they sell are accepted yeah I see I see the mark the method my daughter she goes up there all the time to get pace and that's what you buy your eggs now I get him for so now I'm on the delivery service and offering of one all I want the extra large idealized I was that you know it's going to be really crazy Bob to be honest maybe you have more time on your to your old an hour all day and all that I'm also have time on my hands thanks a lot don't you wish I okay but hang on a second we're going to be going on a break and lunch come back we're gonna be with Bob Stephens that the eggs farm anyone has any questions give us a call the chef Frank Terranova show returns in a moment on newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM presented by Richmond farms fresh market we're gonna change the way you grocery shop.
"bob stephens" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Pandai Ryan Curtis trading is underway in a few short selected markets you've got the SX two hundred trading up about two tenths of one percent and his illustrating a little bit tire a loss to tell you about with the markets futures are all gone in China also higher at the moment so be getting to that in a moment but for now the top stories all right Brian will markets have been waiting for details on the phase one trade deal between the United States and China the signing ceremony scheduled for tomorrow in Washington and today US treasury secretary Stephen mission told reporters the trump administration will weigh on additional China terra for reduction if phase to deal is signed in the Wall Street journal today trade adviser Peter Navarro played down the negative impact of the terrace young China is moving ahead with plans for a proposed second listing in Hong Kong Bloomberg's learned at the restaurant chain owners working with Goldman Sachs and see I see see young China is considering a share sale in Hong Kong sometime this year British prime minister Boris Johnson is hinting that he won't band hall away from the country's five G. networks he spoke to the BBC earlier today if people oppose one brand or lava then they have to say is tell us which is the one to what Phil Tennessee right on the other hand let's be let's be clear I day one two ZK prime minister to putting any infrastructure that is going to prejudice our national security those senior US officials have been in London this week making a last ditch plea for the government to ban hallway well Hong Kong jewelry giant is shutting stores as tourism hits a record low Bloomberg's Yvonne man has the story gel type of jewelery group said it plans to shut about fifteen of its Hong Kong stores after their leases expire this year major retailers are starting to withdraw from the city's economy as anti China protests continue the stores expect that macro head winds will continue to have an impact the next six to twelve months in addition to protest volatile gold prices in U. S. China trade tensions are weighing on the company's outlook the company currently has eighty six child have folk retail outlets and five stores under other brands in Hong Kong is a second largest jeweler in the world by market value after Tiffany and co in Hong Kong I me via ma'am Bloomberg daybreak Asia well let's turn to the box office in China the lineup of potential lunar new year blockbusters will feature at least twelve new releases all in Chinese with Hollywood facing another challenge in its top overseas market the films are drawing more attention than usual with China set to overtake the U. S. as the biggest movie market in the world main the movies are increasingly attractive to domestic audiences as the trade war Stokes nationalism Disney's new streaming service is off to a record setting start a study from sensor tower finds that since its release two months ago the Disney plus mobile app has been downloaded forty one million times and has generated almost one hundred million dollars in user spending has four times the amount that the H. B. O. now app earned in its first two months the report was cheered by investors who already had a lot to celebrate last year and in this latest session Disney was up nine tenths of one percent alright let's get another polls taken the financial markets as we begin our Asian trading day let's get over there because no doubt you know much of the day was dominated Stephen by at the latest on the US China trade store you guys were on packing this momentarily or do you did I should say a short while ago in terms of the current level of US tariffs on Chinese goods remaining in place Mister Steven Yushin US treasury secretary said that that is likely until after the phase two is signed at the U. S. will review terrace yes but it's the compliance that's the big issue here right there where where I will need the enforcement mechanism issue was one of the things the market is always been or has been struggling with now today we began on a positive with earnings from JP Morgan and a city group that was above forecasts of the bank's help to send the market up in large measure in the morning and the Dow at one point was in record territory but the industrial average kind of fell back we held onto a gain that was less than a tenth of one percent meantime the broader and secondary markets the S. and P. nasdaq composite each lower by roughly two tents two three tenths of one percent and those benchmarks were down from record highs as we get set for Asian trading a look at all again that's now rebounding ever so slightly here at one OO nine ninety we we can debate in New York trading but the end is gaining a bit of ground here higher by a tenth of one percent against the dollar and then when you look at the U. S. ten year treasury one eighty one we were down about three and a half basis points in yield in New York session largely because of a very soft reading in core consumer prices this is core CPI it takes out food and energy prices which are typically volatile we were only up a tenth of one percent in the month of December it seems as though deceleration in the shelter costs to use the vernacular of the labor department that was largely responsible for this soft reading right now if you look at the dollar firm against the majors with the Bloomberg dollar spot index higher by less than a tenth of one percent I'm dead prisoner at the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York Stephen all right thanks a lot done time for global news and lawmakers in the U. S. take a closer look at the trump administration's recent actions in around that and more we have Blue birds Bob moon in New York Bob Stephen thank you very much a house hearing today on the U. was killing of around stop military general was justified lawmakers heard varying views first from April Haynes former deputy national security adviser and former deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency we would not have had the legal basis for taking action against solo money in a rock without their consent without it being an imminent threat and they want to know what that imminent threat is and nothing that's been said really back set up former national security adviser Stephen Hadley on the other hand with a differing view I don't know what it meant it means in many contexts but it seems to me we were in the middle of a pattern of escalating attack on American person now a diplomatic and military and it sounds given it enough to me to justify a strike another way of democratic senator says he has at least fifty one votes to support a bipartisan resolution asserting that president trump must seek approval from Congress before engaging in further military action against Iran senator Tim Kaine of Virginia says the Senate could vote as soon as next week dismissed impeachment it's not going to happen that's what members of the Republican controlled Senate say about president trump's push for outright dismissal of his impeachment trial before it begins senator Roy blunt of Missouri tells reporters his party doesn't have the votes to do that and Republican Lamar Alexander of Tennessee says the Senate should listen to the arguments I would vote against the motion.
"bob stephens" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"That backyard full of people just watching football very likely targeted their victim four people were killed another six were wounded violence in Hong Kong getting worse five hundred students still barricaded inside a local university you're listening to ABC news Sony's news station T. A. R. on air ninety two three FM online A. T. T. A. R. dot com and streaming live on the key TA our news app your breaking news and traffic good morning it's nine oh two I'm Bob Maclay here's our top story he read my phone call at a house speaker Nancy Pelosi invited president trump to testify at the house impeachment hearings look look don't look for the president to take her up on that offer K. T. A. ours Jim crosses live in the new center yeah Bob Stephen groves the deputy White House press secretary jointer isn't as morning news and said when the house speaker and the other Democrats start behaving like adults maybe the White House will start talking with them he also said recently that it's up to the president to prove his innocence although I still of the United States of America so I don't think we're gonna be charting our strategy based on the ramblings of speaker Pelosi now live in the newscenter germ cross KTA our news new this morning the mesa public schools governing board voted to put superintendent amber calmly are non disciplinary paid administrative leave at a special meeting this morning working to bring you more details two seconds is too long we have the latest numbers on drownings in Arizona our numbers are down from last year quite a bit that's the word from Tracy fate with the drowning prevention coalition of Arizona we have a hundred and forty water related incidents and we have thirty Dow saw that those those deaths include for children one teen in twenty five adults last year there were fifty two total drownings seventeen of those pediatric well a big gap just because our children have gone down so much alley that near K. T. A. R. news what's coming up the middle drop below gets.
"bob stephens" Discussed on Coffee with The Couple Cure
"Since you're bold enough to call me insane maybe you should do some research on the subject. Then you'll be able to talk intelligently about it. Welcome to coffee with a Cakir share practical tips for your relationship before you finish your first Cap Huston. Laurie pionk Hi everybody and welcome to A.. Another podcast episode of Coffee With the couple cure and a video episode of the couple cure on YouTube. Today we're going to continue the the comebacks parts of our story. Last time we covered a more sweet Kind of confrontation. Shen or objection to the way we've recovered and today we're going to cover a not so sweet one this again with somebody in our lives Kind of person who shows up early cool and kind of disinterested and will also share how they responded to Jay after this when they emailed you on. I think Christmas Day Christmas Eve. It was a wonderful Christmas present. Anyway you'll have to excuse us because we will be reading this There's no way we can memorize it anyway. The background on this one it is. I had put our story on my personal facebook page and the first response I got from anybody was W T F question mark and it was this person and I laughed and I said are you being serious. Then we got into a message chat back and forth and this is what ensued so This person's wife. I saw it and her reaction was. It's taken US six years to catching your husband. Enjoy working off the porn. That's insane. Yeah and so I said how do you feel about lying. Or how do y'all feel about psychological abuse abuse or spiritual abuse because those are very common with this issue and so damaging that it causes brain changes in the partner Plus Society has the same understanding understandings. y'All did and they typically respond with the same responses. There's something wrong with you for being hurt so much over this in essence putting the blame on on the partner your wife is into science. have her checkout functional M. R. I.. Brain Scans after betrayal trauma. and Dr Aymen's work on the trauma of betrayal. I get your comment though I totally get it. I used to put that on myself wondering why couldn't just get over the thing was. How could I get over over emotional abuse? When it was still happening to me the porn would have been easy to get over but if you had learned more in my story before judging you would have found out that the porn and lying would have been easier to get over but it was him doing so much destruction in conversation that was the most damaging and in case? You're wondering I shared that story on facebook with my husband's bins full awareness and encouragement. But between me and you since you were bold enough to call me insane maybe you should do some research on the subject. Then you'll be able to talk intelligently about it start with Bob Stephens betrayal trauma or the abuse called gas lighting. Having an easy time with this by the way can be a sign of the wife not it being really plugged into the relationship. There abyss call it secure attachment. That's not my nature. I can develop secure attachments. y'All can also look up treatment induced trauma and institutional trauma which is what happens in institutions like families and churches were inaccurate. Belief systems are pushed on partners causing more damage. His response was thankfully my wife and eye masturbate to the same pornography. At least generally. I responded. That's great no judgment here but I do want to stand in the gap for her. If she needs it by saying many women agree to this even when they don't want to because objecting would give rise to shaming voices. Kind of like what you said to me I ask is do you think she'd rather you get off to only thoughts of her and I've heard what most women say they'd much rather him make her his one and only and shut shut out all other women but also recognize. Your wife May feel differently. Oh also for your information. It didn't take me six years to get over at Jay's been sober six six years and also please understand therapists say it takes about three to five years for a couple to really heal the relationship after these kind of patrols. So we're right on track and we're doing much better better than before and I never heard from him again. The next time we saw them was at a Christmas gathering and the wife almost most seemed like she was not brought in on this part of the conversation. She might have called me insane. I don't know it didn't seem like she had seen this part of it anyway and I can imagine if he's like. Oh I don't WanNa show her that Because I don't I don't want her to see the part about it like do you want me to make you my one and only I mean. I don't really want to do that. The next time I heard from this person we I had finally posted a facebook page for my business and the the comments were similar. It was did you get hacked or or you know are you. Have you been kidnapped or something like that and I said something along the lines of yeah I should just joined the rest of the world and said that porn is fine and for someone who's typical. Emails are less than a dozen words. I got something like a five hundred word heated response. I kinda giggled at the email he sent to j because it was kind of like a blink twice. If you need me to come rescue you like does she have you in a cult or something. Yeah it was funny. Yeah and he he did confess though that pornography can be addictive and yet they none of the comments from this person ever really dug deeper than that into my own story. That was one of the things that I was really floored by. People close to me was very few of them actually asked me what I did. They all assume that Lori had made a huge deal out of something extremely small and that is not the case. If you've heard our story I did awful awful stuff to her. And her response was probably a lot more sane or controlled than most people would have had in those situations is where I would have just been by myself because not many people would have stuck around well. It was that same week that that two who people close to me had said porn doesn't really kill you and I had one guy. Tell me how he was close to suicide. And how another one in had said I had saved his marriage and saved his life and it is not uncommon for guys going through this and the women going through this to have suicidal Ita Shen over how damaging it is to find out. What's what's been going on? And we had seen that for years beforehand and guys just saying like I can't get free of this and I hate myself for it and I want to die. You know. We've heard countless countless stories of men who say this almost killed me. I was suicidal over. This mark laser relates a story and in his his book faithful and true about a man who actually did tear out his own eyeballs I e and it did not solve the problem. Oh having having those memories means I can never be clean of my drug. All I have to do is remember things or imagine things and I can be right back into my cycle an image or memory or a TV show or whatever could be a potential trigger. As long as I'm alive and and so I get why people get that desperate of I want I so badly want this to go away and not just the addiction itself but the impact that I've had on Lori seeing the pain that I have caused her and realizing that I am the source of all of that pain makes me question. Okay if I'm the source of all the pain then taking me out of the equation makes the pain stop. And so I've thought what about leaving but I've also had those same kind of suicidal thoughts and what I came to realize. That's like trying to heal a gunshot wound to the chest by amputating a leg. It might it might like and what he's saying is trying to heal my lunatics chest by amputating his leg. No by amputating yours that work so you know the idea is i. I'm sorry I shot you in the trust here. Let me leave you now and cut off your leg. And and somehow you're gonNA feel better instead of sticking around and trying to make it right make it right now. I in the last episode. I mentioned that we were going to get into kind of family stuff. Both of these stories came from people within immediate family. Yeah the one we covered in last episode and this one and we don't necessarily talk to these people anymore not not because we don't want to but they've kind of made it obvious they don't WanNa talk love bright they see us as weird which we are weird soldier. Okay so just understand. Dan Going public with. This story can impact family relationships but there is a bigger family. You can join up breath again. You know we're always looking for more skunks we're always looking for more weirdos. There's a song I I won't say who it's by. It's by an artist that has some pretty default language in her socks but she has a song lyrics in the song. Saying there's a little bit of loser in US Emmy Jr losers. I you know and it says just to Weirdos who fell in love. Yeah Are you hearing. Oh we are losers and we're in.
"bob stephens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Yeah yeah I watch that too but I forget the name Wallace Chris Wallace like it yeah Chris Wallace my closes the all news guy yeah his father yeah this is Chris Wallace yeah yeah and he's good to go yeah I I enjoy those shows because you do have both sides you know I always listen to both sides these results seem pretty red go but I do well good and what else did it out of the movies that I will not watch is The Exorcist that is scary movie that was forget this do you think that you were possessed after you watch that movie no did you worry about it I was worried about being possessed when I read the book because I thought maybe just read the book so maybe just thinking about being possessed is how you get possessed while reading the book you know when I'd finished whatever I was reading and I put it down I always put it face down I didn't like the picture on the cover yeah the movie was go ahead I we went to the drive in to see and I was under the dash board to yeah I didn't like it all right now I'm putting you down for the axis that's a good one yeah and at last week you ask you know you said you went to the museum and you were contemplating things yes you know in deep thought news of the gun the museum's makes me start to think yeah yeah but US you know what would Jesus do or or Gandhi or you know well what I was saying was we were trying to decide but you brag about very basics on how to act do you have to go back to these certain basic truths that most most believe system is at the core of them have like Christianity this Jesus and basically do unto others is really all you got it now and and the dial the dial it would do with them Buddhism is very simple Aziz there too you just kind of combine those you'll be alright and then you build the rest of your belief systems from those basic things and unfortunately what I I see is there be people say they're Christians for example within them till they believe systems out in a way that the plan of action very unchristian so I think you got to stick to make sure that the way you act is consistent with the core core truths of your belief system which that's what I tried to do and you know if if you for me in that me why am a Republican okay would cheeses agree with abortion I have good points with Jesus agree with legalizing drugs would you might I don't know that Jesus thank I don't know but you know that this is possible the Jeez what even smoke marijuana you know I mean I don't think so why two into mood altering check why right well that's they all drink water well that's mood altering drug did drink the water campesinos doesn't ring that's a joke of course yeah question just a technicality how Jesus feel about the immigrant thank I thank you chase's agrees with law I says you know give to Caesar what is Caesar's and to god what is god's the fear of laws are the lives of your country I think he thinks you should keep the law are good but I agree I will they are allies like slavery what was all a lot of the land for awhile so yeah even when he was there cancel about the thought with whatever the allies Lazar all morally correct but it's for it's it's interesting to it's illegal to come across the border and stay you know there needs to be a strict I think a strict immigration policy that is it here too yeah I agree and it it just who did you say who was on the signs in New Hampshire Tulsi Gabbard he might want to look at times all right see I missed it I was making myself dinner Chelsea Gabbard I'm back to the immigration thing so generally see which is in here too and businesses need to be careful about hiring illegals etcetera but somehow there's gotta be a more humane way to do it down there I hope I know my my idea is this they are coming through other countries to get here and you know supposedly fresh island and my ID ready to do that yes during a law on our border put the wall down on the southern border of Mexico or tell Mexico Hey invite our troops down there will help you out to keep you aboard a secure that would be fine with me yeah good idea tell all right I have to break GM late Hey Joe and thank you all right I've told Bob I don't have a smartphone either okay you take care okay by the way Bob in the north end sounds like he's putting together some sort of J. talking Facebook page or something where you can all get together and make plans that's what he says so keep us posted on that Bob Stephen Arlington is next on WBZ talk when we get a with Bradley J. WBZ news.
"bob stephens" Discussed on The Black Ones
"What what can i say to ease the pain and the little boy's like i'm offended in a bull. He gets everything okay. There's your cookie. There is your cookie. The best was going on today right now. In this country you just say one word you get offended. Bom say this without trial without just without out anything. It's just bom don't dig into it and that's how that's how it is. It's like dude as crazy bob. Stephen wasn't was bobby was that's what we do. We we talk about things that are bothering us. Yes oh we're <hes> you know we. We want to <hes> appease. The i want to be nice to the criminal. All we gotta be nice if the criminals now criminals you do so you get a slap on the wrist. It's like it's like a little nudge. Nudge criminals get note note. What you're you're not adjoin all delinquent anymore. What what what do you mean. <hes> do juvenile delinquent doodling god darn it young you do something to the san francisco target. I if you're a juvenile delinquent you are a young person. I've talked to around laugh trying to straight face. You are a young person with justice system involvement. Whoa wait hold on so wait so i was involved with the cops. When i was growing <hes> yes yes so. I was a juvenile delinquent apparently now i'm considered or back in the day. I'm considered a young person with justice system involvement involved with the cox way. It doesn't make wait. Wait hold on. I don't sugar code for me. I don't want to see what you're saying. They took the word juvenile delinquent out and you can't say that no more is that would it be if i go to court i if i case and i go to court and i'm in front of the judge they don't use there. Were no more hello arthur johnson. You are a young person justice system involvement. That's it. That's it or do you want me to stand in front of you. Charge known okay no no no no hate. No listen art art. God dang it art view. Okay you well. We got we got to do a scenario here. I'm i'm like fourteen arson. I i i like to sit. Cat's tail is on fire business. Shit like that okay. I'm the old judge judge..