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"borcelino" Discussed on Gangland Wire
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"borcelino" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Copenhagen's three days of design kicked off yesterday with exhibitions and events held across various designed venues in the capital. You can find out more about why. Danish products are continuing to grow in popularity overseas by heading to monaco dot com forward slash. Minute those the day's headlines bacteria daniel. Thank you very much emma. We turn our attention to brazil. Now or the popularity of president geijer bolsonaro has hit the lowest point of his time in office. The far right leader has seen his poll numbers sink due to his handling of the world's second deadliest corona virus outbreak rising inflation and stubborn unemployment. Let's get the latest now from monaco. Senior correspondent for augusta per faye. Tell us about the numbers and how bad they are for both both narrow. The really bad Danny almost stabling away as well because it's been declining in the last two weeks and months basically fifty three percent of all brazilians disapprove of his government And twenty two percent approved. There's a large section in between that doesn't really approve or disapprove. They have like no major opinions on it and is interesting how it's changing because remember how surprising it is that in the peak of the pandemic with so many deaths in brazil borcelino popularity managed to actually rise away and the reason for that because his government gave financial help especially among the poorest. But now it's not the case our economy's not as good as people were predicting and things are changing little bits. The poorest are definitely leaving both sonar and he's getting back The people that are almost putting power which is slightly richer older and mayo from the south as well. Well that's really interesting. How important is that support for bolsonaro. The the support that he continues to have well on the seven of september our independence day. I mean there was massive protests in the streets pro bowl sonar In fact to be on they're as big as people were predicting. But what we're seeing that those people in the streets there the radical tonight. Easter's you know the people that are very much in touch with you can see in the streets. This was very much Cds from the south. You can see older crowd as well but again. If you only have that type of people you're not going to win an election And i'm sure we'll sonata plans to win the election next year as well so i. I wonder if there will be some populist measures as well to get the vote from the poorest as well if will be any more financial help i mean which is quite difficult otherwise because he can a bankrupt the state So it is a very complicated and delicate Situation for sonata moment. The other thing at play here is of course. The return of lula. Tell us about how that plays in Ahead of next year's elections. I mean he's still a shoe in to become a president but you know can change their still year to go for the elections next year. And interestingly enough you just a few minutes ago fillets impala released another poll for the presidency next year. If there will be a battle between both sonar in lula second round lula would get fifty six percent and both thirty-one the interesting thing here as well. There's lot of kind of you know. May i say centrist in brazil. The same where is the third way or candidates. Listen they might still come. And we can have surprises in the middle of the way but it is hard in continental country like brazil To have a new name that will leave this kind of Kind of battle between those two kind of Different characters in very strong characters both lula and both sonar. I mean there's two a year as i said but i think it'd very hard to get a new name. Fernando thank you for this. Update is monica. Senior correspondent fernando augusta per echo. You are listening to the briefing on monocle. Twenty four is proud to partner the briefing on monocle. Twenty four is a company that is committed to reimagining medicine. Global health care leader intent on changing the practice of medicine. Novartis's being exploring unchartered frontiers in science for more than a century. Today the company is working on breakthrough treatments that pushed the boundaries of human understanding and biology data science and engineering to develop and deliver therapies. That help people live longer and healthier lives around the world. Navarre's reimagining medicine. You're back with a briefing on monaco. Twenty four. I'm daniel h. It's time now for the final installment of our canadian elections series all this week monaco's toronto bureau chief. Thomas lewis has been profiling. Candidates main. political leaders have monday. Snap vote today. We turn our attention to maxime. Bernier the leader of the people's party of canada. A crowd of protesters gathered.
"borcelino" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"Pandemic has significantly reduce verbal motor and overall cognitive performance compared to children born pre pandemic moreover we find that males and children in lower socio economic families have been most affected. Highlight that even in. The absence of direct sars kobe to infection and cove nineteen illness. The environmental changes associated with the covert nineteen pandemic is significantly and negatively affecting infant in child development. That is crazy. 'cause you try to wrap your head around what about what's in fact affecting an infant and all i think about is those pregnant mothers. See at the store with the mask. On and i think about when i had my son where the mask and we did the co to monitor where we saw just these incredibly toxic levels of co two and then imagining what is happening to the development of the brains of these babies in utero when mom is not getting the same amount of oxygen as every other mother has since the dawn of man until now i mean that's gotta have in fact and then you know i've been thinking i feel like this is almost proof from a conversation you and i had months ago. Which is what is a world an infant is born. How do you check the right. You right it's not like they're doing math or reading skills but what it is is what did they learned from facial expression right. I mean the baby's first moments is looking into moms is looking the nurses. Are they smiling. Are they cooing with you. They're getting none of this information. This is all we got closed on the rest of us. This is what the babies are studying to understand humanity in the world that come into and it's all being hidden from them. It seems so obvious. How insane this is. I mean we were reporting on forcing mothers to wear a mask while actually given birth right i mean think back llamas. Method breathe deep. Oxygen is all a part of this and yet we borcelino wear a mask and now we recognize. Oh gee oh snap. Lazett turns out wasn't such a good idea neither in baby's brain development but amid a cognitive development. What are these children going to be like. When they become adults we have no idea. We have no idea what it's like to start children out in a world where they never saw a smile. Or frown or a look of concern. None of that information is are. They learning from their early. The only information they get is now being taken away from them. They're almost born in bubble all by themselves. It's crazy in restrictions. Just aren't aren't just mass. We're talking daycare. Centers close stead home. Orders work at home mortars which sometimes puts stress in the family travel restrictions in a masking policies. We're being told that the masks. There's really no downside. And it's just a preemptive thing in cases delta's very. It's very contagious. Let's but this segment here. I really want to try to drive home. I put a lot of data drive home. Some of the issues with these restrictions including masking. That's having on the kids so when they say there's no negative benefits of masking. Well you see. You can make an argument here. So let's go beyond infants. Let's talk about the youth. This is the headline recently youth. Depression and anxiety doubled during the pandemic analysis. Fine so we have studies for this stuff. During the cove in nineteen pandemic at rights depression and anxiety and you've doubled compared to pre pandemic levels. According to the research one in four adolescents globally are experiencing clinical elevated depression symptoms while one in five youth are experiencing clinically elevated anxiety symptoms. This is from the study's author. She says quote research from this analysis suggests that the pandemic has likely instigated a global mental health crisis in youth said study author sherry madigan in an associate professor of clinical psychology and canada research. Chair in debt Detriments of child development and the university of calgary. But that's not all it gets worse and again this is for the people that want to mask our children. This is directly from the cdc's data there morbidity mortality weekly report. This is the end of june. And it's called emergency department visits for suspected suicide attempts amongst persons age. Twelve to twenty five years Before and during the pandemic january twenty nineteen to may twenty twenty one pretty big timeframe there and it says quote during twenty twenty. The proportion of mental health related emergency department visits on the adolescents. Aged twelve to seventeen years increased thirty one percent compared with that during twenty nineteen. But listen to this. In may twenty twenty during the cova nineteen pandemic emergency department visits for suspected. Suicide attempts began to increase among adolescents aged. Twelve seventeen years especially girls during february twenty first to march twentieth twenty twenty one suspected suicide attempt of emergency department visits were fifty point six. That's five zero point. Six percent higher among girls aged twelve seventeen years than during the same period twenty nineteen and along with that. We're being told australia who has talked about using and are using what's called a zero. Covert approach meaning. Anybody has kovic one person. It could be one person. They locked down the whole city. Melbourne's is extended their locked down. This is out of australia. This is the headline warning of a shadow pandemic of youth suicide. This is the court out of the guardian there are. They're worse eight hundred sixty two attempted suicides. In people age five to twenty five in the past six months in double the amount of interventions to help vulnerable teens in the past year such interventions were ninety nine percent higher nationally from december. Twenty twenty to the end of may this year compared to that same period year ago. Professor patrick magori. The head of youth mental health at university of melbourne said the pandemic totally overwhelmed mental health services. He says the system is drowning in crumbling. He told the australian this shadow. Pandemic in every lockdown makes it even worse and a cap this off. We're gonna talk about.
"borcelino" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?
"This is what book hooked you. I'm actually and thanks for listening this week. I'm speaking to tori borcelino whose debut the devil makes three is out on august tenth from patriot. Tori i get into the usual fare. Some of her favorite books growing up and even how those books have done a lot to influence how she writes now. So listen so tory. What book hooked you. I'm probably going to have to go with the raven boys or the ravens cycle by maggie steve fodder I feel like this book kind of shaped me. As a person when i'm thinking about myself as a writer so it's something that i read when i was in college so it wasn't necessarily something i read growing up while i was still like quite impressionable But it was definitely you know kind of an inspiration for. Oh i actually can write like that Anything that influence kind of comes in as well but it's it's just the first book where it felt. Kind of like all of the weird. I'm going to make up some words. I'm going to make these phrases like. It was like a flexibility of language. That i wasn't really used to seeing in the books that i was already reading. So i really enjoyed reading that I love that series. It's still close to my heart and so place it for me in your time like when did that first book sort of enter your life so it was. It had to be like the summer between my sophomore and junior year of college. When i was working at a library at the university. That was next door to like a county library So i would leave my shift at the library. Go to the library next door. Pick up my like loans and then go back to the library and read them and so you mentioned how like the raven boys it was. It was so much different. It was such a re revelation to some of the other books that you had been reading beforehand. What were give me a sense of over the genre category. What types of books were were you normally reading before this so i've always been pretty much anything i get my hands on I'll read. But i i think the thing about the raven boys and how that stood out to me is. I grew up reading and loving stephen king and anything stuckey that. Get my hands up so like goosebumps. Tear street all of those things And then stephen king kind of i know he's like obviously incredibly well known in one of the widely sold authors. But he has this weird command of language where he doesn't care about what words mean or what grammar is Things just come to mean something else when. He's kind of manipulating them at. I didn't really think you could write like that. And why and. I think there's a lot of similarities in between my father's treatment of language and stephen king's treatment of language And how the to kind of you know manipulate words. Lean into weird phrases like autumn on appears and all of those things that are meant to jump off the page in this kind of more vodka. Tive way That i wasn't used to seeing..
"borcelino" Discussed on Otro Boleto Podcast
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"borcelino" Discussed on Gugacast
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"borcelino" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"borcelino" Discussed on South Asian Stories
"All of the the minor successes. I've experienced so far. Have just been the direct result of a supportive community. Hi and welcome to south asian stories. I'm your host samir. Desai in this episode i chat with rahman borsellino rahman is a staff writer on nbc's a little late with the leasing. It was the executive producer and co creator a free forms. Twenty twenty election series kalpana approves this message. Raymond has written for adam. Kid will thrill in this giant piece that his the global economy on amazon prime and has worked on michael shirts. Twenty nine thousand nine primetime. Nbc comedy sunny side. Robin privy served as a political appointee in the us department of interior under president obama as worked on the number of high profile political campaigns in his home state of iowa. In this conversation we discussed a lot including the hilarious story. Where rahman's dad took his family to see harold and kumar in theaters for the first time how rahman worked on the clinton campaign and how dc broke him. Refer moving to la as well as going from cal. Pens assistant to co creator of abc's free form show in less than a week rahman had me laughing throughout the entire episode and shows us the power of serendipitous moments so without further. Ado please enjoy my conversation. With rahman or cellino raymond will come to south. Asian stories podcast. We are so thrilled to have you. How are you doing this morning at you so much. I'm very excited to be here. I want to start off by saying thank you for the work. You do elevating south asian voices. It's incredible and there are not enough folks like you. Doing it will thank you. We really appreciate it. And you know you have a special place in many south asians hard because you know we were talking about before we started recording is you are in the entertainment industry and an industry that we honestly don't have wonderful representations so the fact that you're doing what you do is just incredible and i know our listeners. Just so thrilled to hear this. But i wanna wait the beginning. Wait the being rahman his in his childhood form. Tell us about what your childhood was like growing up. And how south. Asian was your family. And and what was it like totally so for one. You may have noticed that my last name is not particularly south asia. My name is robyn borsellino rahman comes from my bengali grandfather. Ramachandra basu and that's my mom's side of the family. Borcelino is very different gruff. Bronx new york italian family so i have a. I have a very different background than most. Yes and so. The question was how was i as a child. Total goofball fear question. Not that i knew. I'd end up in the entertainment industry But i guess that was just inevitable. I grew up in des moines iowa. Kind of mit rest. So there were not many people who look like me for one. My mother Mabul both my parents rather For the local newspaper demo- That stor and by virtue of that family had a fairly public image. So for lack of a better phrase We were to some degree the token brown folks in iowa. I think if if people were to have any questions of people related they would probably give my momma call right right and did you feel like when you were growing up that you struggled at all with your identity m. i south asian. Mit talion. Am i american. Those all. come together where you haven't been golly food with italian food and like how is that for you. I ate very well. Say that i still do. You know in some ways the fact that nobody else really looked like me. I used very much to my advantage. And i think you know. I mentioned that. I was a goof ball. I think that being the tendency to wanna be a class clown to wanna stand out and twenty different came from the fact that i felt like they were already allies on me for you. Know to some degree right. You're sitting you're sitting in a class in des moines and the vast majority of your peers are white. You already feel like they're sort of a spotlight so i could be quote unquote model minority. Which i already knew is not going to work. There was just there was no way. I was I was good enough at school to pull that one off. So why not go class clown right. So i did my best with that. The other question there was very much a a spotlight not always good on on being brown and oftentimes well intentioned. But it'd be the type of thing where i'm walking home from school in my friends. And i say something about your my indian background and a buddy says which she thinks is a compliment. The most the most earnest compliment he can give is man rahman i forget that you aren't white like the rest of us to which it's like thank you and and so that's on you know that's something that's on my mind. There's there's the time that my mom goes to the eye doctor. Because she's she's having a minor vision. Problem goes to a new eye doctor and the doctor says well let me ask you this do you do you use curie and my mom is like what i don't know you aren't you Is an indian. Don't you cook you cook with with with Curium i saying it right into the well first of all. No you're not saying rates well. Is it possible that maybe some of the spices have gotten in your eye and that's what's causing the irritation and it. I mean this is a this is a respectable in the community. Doctor who is suggesting that because a brown woman is having a hard time seeing its because she got curry in her i again is is that dude A racist brick probably not but has he had many exposure much learning brown people know. And so he's these folks differently and there's a lot of that going on. Yeah no that makes makes a lot of sense because these microaggressions especially with the environment rim now when you know there's asian hayden and and it just like things like this are coming to the surface that our community has dealt with for so long especially our parents and our grandparents. It's and we keep it under wraps because we don't want to cause too much of like a you know a raucous but now like you know seeing our asian brothers and sisters and grandparents to stuff. Like i'm like wow okay you people think is happening to you and you're like wait everyone and we're all speaking up. It's sickening it and something to add to. That too is an. We'll get to this more. I think as we talk about representation south asian community and entertainment but some of the really just the biggest advocates the strongest allies that. I've had our other asians in in the entertainment industry. And that's not necessarily south asians right now. Got a lot of east asians in the folks who are really going through it right now. I think a lot of people will tell you this that after you know this after nine eleven. That's when you know we. We were really struggling. And i think right. Now i've had folks reach out to me and say.
"borcelino" Discussed on Paradigm Shift Wrestling
"A bad match at all. Not bad match at all Of course if you if you missed it a course it's words. Apparently for a few people. That was really really nice. You know as i mentioned before. I reached out to the two guys who are in the matchup tonight either. One of them felt they really needed to say anything else. Other than what they plan on staying tonight let's Clearly mad energy still white a bit left to say so. I mean it's only adding fuel to the fire. That is the main event tonight but You know personally. I would say welcome back rig. We're glad to have him back disappeared for a little bit He came home. We are very very to have you back. Unfortunately it doesn't look like you're trying to happens quite the way you wanted. So congratulations dr slamming unimagined. That means he's moving up the rankings as well also a little breaking news. I was just informed. That neat man cannot perform tonight. Neat men apparently was Took out in the back Lot of Really brutality things have apparently happened attention about attention. In a apparently neat men may never perform again so We'll see how that we'll see how it goes. We're sit down to the ring. I don't know exactly how this is going to play out. But we'll give it a shot. Oval city boss gang. You probably know the names of the stars to check. In how stopping stolen car blah star power now for two to impeach. So you know dome rock and roll. That's ask so. Let me get this. This is the ppv the war of words where you gonna crown your new heavy weight. Champion and borcelino match you know lose wanted to mandates in the final. So congratulations arche. I wanna see how will you go. But don't think the road has done and i'm the problem about you. I have a mess tonight. Heat hero the main seat. And i've heard a lot of things about type c other before i told you before. I'm not a good guy. Bad guy. I'm just a businessman but you're he woman have made me out to be the in that story. That's not the way station. Beat so eight. Let's look at what your. I have not heard one thing as of the time. I seen you over jeep. When i took my son's thirteen turned us. Sideways ended up your care diaz were there but wait here and rub boosting the do something the be the one. The beat guy always keep triggered my sleep if you don't know what i mean but the truth is out of engine. Do not specify for you. I said a stopped right now. Call it a day. But for you a bit i got love minute and twenty seconds. He will wait. What side kick the batman for what same earlier shows. But you face gulfs me. An abortion means unbe baseman. Have a bit less money. And i'm so with the business mind does but the right now. I've heard everybody's talking about everything. That's so good about platinum city there. He will meet rid. Tommy the trip down the platinum seed looking to acquire some property the further home business empire from my way there. They make a quick stop. I'd be by piece of property before the plan. But when i got them say get something that's is so awesome of seed corn dolt so stop to go apartment. Looks like this mass. Louisa loss I know i mean you expected. I'm here to settle some unfinished business between you. And i i couldn't stand there some sorry. Excuse of superhero come on stream of revolution to take him out before you match. You began see. I was on vacation when down the platinum city. Because i want one those famous platinum city corn dogs with a little bit of chili. Some mustard with no beans. While i'm sitting there and i'm enjoying my corn dog high sanita walk by the thing about even is he is superhero one hundred ten percent of the time. He does not have a secret identity so he was able to be noticed rather quickly knocked the hell out through into platinum city bay. And you'll never see that man again now. The reason for my biggest business review baseling is the fact that over in w gp you decided to just be nuts and hanmi yup tunde to go after the havoc championship rate. There piss me off one. You can ever understand so now i'm able to get my virtue bution on you. I took out your opponent nine. No i had full and by extension. Now here's saying you their boss leaning you. would i go one on one. Settle the score. Because all i'm getting from you is nothing but disrespect. You might have been that nice guy. Think you're be nice but you spat in my face. You disrespected my name james. Grimes works everything he gets. I don't accept here notes so when you get that. You're disrespecting me in. I.
"borcelino" Discussed on Serifacast
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"And in it looked like there must have been some kind of mobbed up caterer. These these two catering companies, this three Theresa shave her and her husband, John Shaffer. They owned to two companies John shea for own some restaurant, he was a bookkeeper, Theresa Schaefer, own sell side, catering, and they were tied in with this other guy John lorgos, who, who owned a restaurant lorgos was was executed. I meant to put him on this on this list. He was he was executed right in front of his house. Theresa Schaefer, received a bunch of death threats her car got bombed, but it was also a car her husband, drove her husband. Her husband looks like he, he, he died, but he had received death threats to. This woman who is who worked in his restaurant Rita pay on. She was killed. They were good friends with that Martha Nostra's. They were partnered with him in. He obviously was killed. They were also partners with this. Club owner, this George Christoph lows, who, who was the club owner that I said earlier was killed by borcelino. And so there was something going on with these guys who own this catering business, and I don't know if they're some kind of rival cater, there was mobbed up. But when you start seeing all these people who are related in some capacity. Richard crofton was the manager for the south side catering, and he was shot, right outside of his home. So here you've got the owner who's cars bombed and, and she's receiving death threats, her husband owns the place in his his, his book his bookkeeper shot in the head a woman, his partner is killed on the street has other partners killed on the street. The manager of his places killed on the street another partner of his killed. I mean where there's smoke there's fire, so I couldn't track down the exact story at the time, but I was really looking into a trying to see what was happening, but there was something going on between seventy six and seven. Seven with these with these sell side caterers, and it looks like there was maybe somebody had connections was trying to shut down the competition because they did talk about. There was a lot of competition between the southside catering in particular, with another catering company, and they had been having some problems, but it got pretty heated pretty quickly and there were three men in mass to one of them was driving pretty quickly. They pulled up shop in jumped into a commit jumped into a Camaro in the guy peeled off. And scar Pelly was known for his ability to drive, and he took pride in his ability to be getaway, man, when he wasn't when he wasn't working trigger. Like Sam giancana. That's got his start. Ever. Interest is -actly. So let's talk about one last one. And then we're gonna wind this down. I'm kind of curious about this guy. Gerald heresy yellow was had been a driver for joy at one time. And what was the deal with that? Cruzi alot worked with Borsalino. They, they killed. They teamed up to kill a couple of those guys from the from the robbery. I think you've talked about it for I don't know. There was a big there was a big robbery that took place when a bunch of guys broke into, Joey accardo's, Tony Accardo. He was the big he was the boss of Chicago and Tonia cargoes, Iran, if that jewelry back. Correct. Correct. So, so these jewel thieves broke into Tony Cardo the boss of outfit and he comes home. And he says, I want them all gone, so systematically, all of these guys were executed with extreme prejudice. They were their throats slit, they were left in very public places, and borcelino in cruzi, ELO, were they worked together on a couple of those murders. And we know borcelino was accused of skimming he was kind of high up Carusi yellow was dry. They were they both been drivers for EPA, who was also one of the bosses of the mob the but as far as cruzi ELO. It looks like he was often times the outfit will will kill guys who are link to other other murders. You see that a couple of times. You'll see a murder, and then immediately after the guys who were suspected of committing the murder are also found did. So if you draw too much attention to yourself as, as being killer. So it looks like a couple of those hits immediately tracked back to Carusi yellow, I think there was evidence where they where they could wear. It was indicated cruzi yellow was at least been on scene, and he was about to be questioned. And all of a sudden Cruces ELO turns up did borcelino in cruzi ELO, both had had. It worked together and killed somebody. I can't remember who but they just killed one of the last of those burglars. And then they immediately end up did together in scar Pelly was the one who is credited with their demise. And when he spoke with the F B I he claimed credit for killing both of them. The buck stops here. This is where link is broken. They're gonna come back debate as to do. Okay. Am I really appreciate it? All your hard work. And, and this is great information people will will appreciate this for the regret stories that Chicago Chicago.
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"So I think he, I guess he was just trying to save face in front of his outfit bosses. I, I would imagine that he did that much talking. Now. I wonder whatever happened to that report. There must be like a one big long three. Oh to the FBI calls it that has a lot of information, it would be interesting, reading, I think you could probably get, you know, you could probably get a foia now now that he's you know after as dead he's dead. Now you could get the foyer now that he's did may have to take a look at that. They we redecked the heck out redact. I've done some of those foyer. And they redecked so many names that sometime I mean names understand why they redacted name redact, the names of policemen, who, who are part of the they're not suspects. They're like sergeant redacted on so called and said this, you know, are, you know, like if I working with the FBI, they would redacted my name, when they when I called them giving them information about something I was working on a case that I knew they were interested in, but any Abby that has Mayo's one thing I noticed that as I was doing my own research, in that part of this just the what we call gravy, and in wiretap on the, the technical surveillance world of the T three world as they call it titled three world. There's a thing called gravy. When you're listening to something about us specific case. And that's what you're wiretaps for. But you hear something about another case and some other situation that you really wanna find out about it's a pretty good. Clue into that. You can use that as as gravy, and what they call it gravy and, and, and as probable cause maybe for something else. So they picked up a pretty important piece of gravy out of this, although I don't know if any cases are made out of it, but they heard him talking about it. Make some indication about some mob or outfit graveyard up there. And in north north or Chicago somewhere believe it was in dupage county and that on the north side there. Yes. Yeah. What do you remember about that, that whole mob graveyard thing that was that was they found a couple couple bodies up there? They found. One guy, Michael ver-, that scar Pelley, had something to do with, and they found another guy. Horder or something that Scalise said something some your squeezed, that you had something to do with believe a guy out of Ohio. They found a couple couple bodies buried down there and. That was in the late eighties should really shortly after after scar Pelly, and then ten years later about fifty yard from that from that graveyard. They found another guy Chris cruise it was a cousin of Harry alleman. They found him and read another report that said that this guy Chris cruise owned the land that, that, that another guy this Richie Farrow, who was a victim of scar. Pelley, he owned the land where this, this guy was killed. So, you know, the like like we've talked about before the relationships between these guys and who's killed on what's land. And who's in who ends up dead and whose whose cousin who gets killed anyway, you know, they're pretty intricate. But that, that mob graveyard. They said they barely scratched the surface on who might be up there. But but they dug it was a pretty extensive dig. They brought dogs up there. They was some development. It was going in a medical center. I think wasn't it you found, but they dug up there quite a bit pretty extensively. Trying to trying to find things that they're sift in the ground cadaver dogs and, and everything up there. Yeah. What understand there was like a drug and alcohol treatment center up there that some of it was already in. So they didn't really get to dig underneath everything. There's no telling how many bodies might still be up there. And that whole thing with Harry elements cousin, that was so interesting. I read about that I didn't realize that he owns some of that land, which kinda hearkens back to a sopranos episode. I don't know if you ever watched the sopranos, but everything they've got in there. They've read in some kind of a police report or a case file of some kind. So they had buried a body in upstate New York at some farm farm that one of their guys owned, and somebody was getting rid of the farm, and they had they go up and dig the body up and go bury it someplace else. I think he had another another episode where they were all nervous because they had buried a body in the basement of a house, and, and I think they were somebody at bought the house and remodelling, or they were there. Demolishing the house for some, you know, new project in the neighborhood, and they were all sweating that out now if they get if the body was ever gonna be found. That was a good Phyllis to they said hill said they had to move that, that Billy Betts body somebody, they were. Oh yeah land. They had to go back up there and move that move that body in. They talk about that in. Wiseguys by Nick pledge to move the body six months later. They were going to do development where they where they put the body. So hazards of the trade when you're in the mob, and you're burying bodies talk about somebody. He knows where all the bodies are buried. Well, he may not now because they may have had to change. Some of them, I think the ideal thing is to another sopranos where they took the guy way out the ocean killed him on the boat and threw him over the ocean, then right? Run them through a with Chipper or, or find some way to totally dispose those bodies, man. That's we've had three here in Kansas City. They've never found the bodies. I always wondered about that. They have never, ever found the buys in one case this guy ran a he was kind of a part time guy that, that really nobody liked. He ran, a bingo, that was when we first started bingo in Missouri. This is before gambling, and that it starts off with Bengo way. They would create a, a nonprofit because you have to have a nonprofit this going to get the money and run the bingo, they're supposed to use their volunteers to run bingo. And. They take the profit, the bingo, so they the, the Bob creates a kind of a phone eight nonprofit. He they get a couple of corrupt preachers to, to sit on the board and, and act like it's gonna go to their church. And then they run the bingo, and all their people go in and run. The bingo game and this guy sound manza was named he ran that bingo game. And made money made money for the Bob, but he did something that we never really figured out exactly what it was. But also said he's disappeared. We can't find Sal Manzo. His girlfriend was not even looking for him. So she knew and about a week later too. I think it's about two weeks later, we had a detective who lived over and you talk about those Taylor street area, and and, but we have Columbus park. Well, this detective was talion heritage and he lived over in that area. It was not corrupt or crooked, or anything. It was just, you know, we just happened to be Italian come from their neighborhood. And somebody got a non Mus phone call and said to go up to Saint John and Belmont, and look in the trash can. So he calls. The dispatcher has a couple of cars made him up there. There's Sal Manzo close. So they what they wanted to do that, they did not want the body found, but they won the family to know that he was dead. Guys. They're so family oriented, too. I mean that was seven years before the body can be, you know, somebody can be declared dead. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Fact, I still have I was gonna program one time and that same guy guy stood up to answer questions after showing my movie and this guy stood up. And he said, well, I just I wanna talk to you afterwards about sound Manzoor you familiar with that murder. And I said, yeah, I am in the one I just described met up with him afterwards. And this Manzo had some relatives and actually one of them, she was a cousin or a knee. I think she was a niece, who is now a judge up in Minneapolis believer, Milwaukee somewhere up north like that. And she and he said that the family, you know, was still wondering about his body, and whatever happened to him if I had any idea what happened to him with. I talked to them said dude, I got no idea, so interesting. Well, I tell you what. Scott Pelley, whatever happened to him. Then, like you said about family, scarf Pelly when he when he realized the FBI was not going to that is that his Desmond is going to stand in the bosses were soon gonna know that, that he had spoken the he was in the metropolitan Gregson centre, and he was in the in the bathroom there. And he hanged himself in the in the bathroom, and that was that was different. And there, there are some people who said, well, what's his name Frank Schwytz was in the was in the prison at the same time. But Scott Pelley, was a big guy he was he was he was lifted weights. Every day was a health nut and, and Schwytz was was older at the time, and I think scar pellet could have handled himself. He hanged himself. He was he was a family guy. He was a proud guy. He didn't eat didn't want is family to have any Charlie didn't want them to have to deal with the mess of, of an informant in witness protection and all that mess or any kind of fallout from the outfit and he didn't want to deal with, with. I think he didn't wanna deal. With the mess of that. He got himself into he'd spent his his life in on one side of things and he had flipped at the end. And I think he really regretted speaking, the, the I think he'd done it in a, in a moment of weakness for somebody like that. And he, he ended it he hanged himself, and that was the end for Jerry Scarpa palliate. He was fifty one years old. It was just another one of those outfit terrorist, and live by remedies live by the sword die by. Yeah. Exactly. Go back. I kind of liked least. We've, we've mentioned a couple of their victims. You've got a nice little list of probably his victims of score those just a little bit for finish this off Cam, I think one that really really gives you a good picture of how the alvie outfit works, this Tony Borsellino, who he worked within the in the wild bunch. Tony borcelino was was a killer. Was it was a tough guy? Which Butch Petrocelli was the one who said that Tony Borsellino was skimming from the outfit. It was probably true, which was a liar. But Tony was an outfit guy, and they steal Tony borcelino. Is he he went to Frank Calabrese and other other hitman and asked for help, but. Tony borcelino would've trusted, this scar Pelly they work together. They just a few months earlier head had had killed this guy. Christopher a club owner. They just done a hit together. And I think that borcelino would have trusted him. They went out and scar Pelley, shot him and left him down in Crete, which is a rural community. Just south of Chicago killed him in left him there. Together. They had killed a lot of those people that robbed a car when there was that big robbery of, of Tony cards placed. Head of the outfit on guys broke in, but the fact that you could look at somebody who you trusted you just been working with for eight or nine years, even as a hitman, but you've been working together, and then soon as two weeks earlier, you would just killed somebody together. I guess that, that builds a bond that don't know. But then you then you just the boss of snap their fingers and, and then you shoot that guy in and. That really that really gives a good illustration of how these guys operators on. Really? What about this, Richard crofton? He's, he's what we affectionately referred to in Kansas City is pecker wood? He is a non talion. So what was the deal with him? It was I tried to track that down. There was a whole, there was a whole situation going on there with this with this catering thing. And in it looked like there must have been some kind of mobbed up caterer. These these two catering companies, this three Theresa shave her and her husband,.
"borcelino" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Somebody. That would be Kogyo Cook County with exactly right. Well, I notice us determine in your no Swizzle, Dan. I think I heard Frank Kulata use that term. Somebody being whistled in interesting, turbulent, that's probably Chicago term, only, I would imagine. Yeah. I think that's that's where I picked it up. You know, I'm. Regionally from Virginia budget in my studies that was sort of what I this is picked up. And I did you get get whistled in, you had called in and it seemed to apply. So I guess a picked up there. Well, you know, Chicago the outfits little bit different than you're more solid. Sessaion Cosa, those families back east, they would say, you know, we get to get a make you never heard any read anything didn't say anything, but I'm gonna make you but Chicago, you know, alka pony was wasn't the abounded, I'll Capone was not as alien. And so they've always worked with a lot of nonsense aliens in Chicago, and all the way up to pecker woods. And Jewish gangsters and, and really work closely with with non breaks weeks was probably thinking my part Italian but, but he was in a really well connected guy up there. So Allen Dorfman. So that's you know they really worked quote much closer and let people in to that, and they have some different terminology, always find that interesting that terminology. They use at absolute a cargo Joe Carter was a Sicilian himself. It was really dismissive of the, the New York is a column pies, on's and but he was he was being insulting way he didn't go for any that the ceremonies and stuff, based on when I read he wasn't. He wasn't into that. And you look at, like you said, you know, you've got higher ups Jake good ache in the early years and curly Humphreys and Gus gussie Alex, these are all non. Italians are up at the upper echelons top levels. It just Kogyo. So it went, well, let's talk about some of the other older murders. You know, I just did I did went on the wild bunch, but I just dealt with the eighties. So let's go back. I see that you've got these guys together probably back in nineteen seventy one I talked about this a little bit that he did with Harry, Aleman, this salvatore's sorrow, or Sambo, that was kind of interesting that house where they were sitting out in front of I found that address. And I found it on Google. Earth, and it's, it's still there looks exactly say was did back bend kind of Brownstone of houses in the north side down down. But that was one of their first ones that we know about Tober nineteen seventy-one. Let's talk about some of the the hits that they did early on early seventies. Well, there's look at Richard Kane who was a big guy, and that's a tribute to element. But it was two guys with, with masks, and if Aleman was doing something that early on. It was my, my guess, is usually it was it was with it would be with his partner pitcher, sell some people dispute who with. But it was to mass guys. So it's you'll find a lot of those through especially throughout the seventies two or three mass guys one, one mass guy driving a car and to, to mask, guys. Jumping out and doing the shooting. So that was a lot of that issue too. Trying to remember about that Richard Kane he was really. I do a whole show on Richard Cain. He's a whole show all reduce research on him. We'll, we'll get together on that we ought to show him. But there are a lot of housecleaning going on that ties like Sam Destefano. I think what down shortly after that, and Jen Conon, and that would never all kind of, you know, lot of house Clayton going on during after that Richard Kane thing, yet some real real hard edge guys stepping in that time under up and Torello. And all those guys didn't play. So if there was a problem, you just going to wipe it out there was no, there was no discussion just get rid of it. So a lot of the seventies, a lot of people think that is a big time for the mob. I it was definitely time when they're trying to restructure. That's I mean you look at the murderer during the seventies, it's, it's absolutely insane. How many people were just getting in the middle of the street, just running and blowing people away? It was it was insane. The I was listening to thing on one of the Facebook groups. My wife showed me, the salmon arena. Oh, who was a big guy with the chop shops, and he was he was or two rival factions? But regardless, he was in it was in the oak park, a bunch of police cars went flying by one way. I guess it was a false robbery called in and an arena was in a shopping center and van pulls up with three guys in it. It was, it was Scalise, e borcelino and Petrocelli believe jumped out in the middle of sunny day shopping center and just bloom, why with shotguns and being took off. I mean, this is this is the kind of outfit were running where where they weren't going to, they weren't gonna take any challenges. Well, that was unheard of they, they were never anything like that. In Kansas City at that time there was there was a couple in a bar because these. There is a war going on, and nobody could get close to a couple of guys and they did ambush a couple of different people in bars that had innocent bystanders, but, but never you know, in the end isn't bystanders were questionable, whether how innocent, they weren't these bars where they these guys, but never ever like a shopping mall or something like that. That's that is really. That's unusual like hit the I gotta hit
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"Sure, they come to my rushed around and bring them over to my place loans. And there to detectors that worked for to see you. And they said to me we want to give you some information. And we ran it by our boss. I and I knew there was was, but the name was mentioned their boss was Hannah Hart. And he wanted to tell me that they busted. Sour Amano at O'Hare airport would have bunch of furs mink coats that he stole lost Vegas. When ahead to give the case over the defense because there was an interstate transportation of stolen property, while they said nothing came about the case, then I relate this message over to Tony. And he said, I you know, how a Feser they could hold on Dinant on you for five years. You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former Kansas City police intelligence unit detective, Gary gca. Good evening. All you wire-tappers out there. I'm here in the classic old ice house building in midtown. Kansas City sitting here with my good friend and go host Erin say Hello, Aaron Hello, Aaron we're Facebook live this tonight. Folks, if you happen to be watching this you can watch it live. You don't have to wait look comes out. I don't know when this will come out it will be a while. And kinda putting some of the Bank again, I I had a bunch in the Bank, and I've used them up. And now it's time to start putting some in the Bank, again, we're going back to the Chicago outfit and the nineteen eighties. You know, the Chicago outfit's our favourite mob crew and mob family and the entire United States. For some reason. I don't know it's yours. I'm gonna favor in Kansas City. But that's just because you know, I live here. A oh, well, I guess, you know, again, I guess they would be my mayor of Kansas City family members from the mob. Follow me on Twitter that. Yeah. I probably have more outfit dollars. Facebook page. I got a lot of people from Chicago. And some of them seem to know a lot, anyhow, we're gonna talk about outfit and murders in the decade from nineteen eighty to nineteen eighty nine or roughly about that time. And and in that ten years of actual outfit murders were thirty three bodies found and thirty one murders for sure most of them were done by something known as a while buzz. Now, I mentioned the wild bunch and we were talking earlier today, our friend the Marlborough diamond thief, jury SCO Lisa was a member of the wild bunch. That was a hit crew managed by Joe fairy Ola who was a cap oh on the of the Cicero crew at this point in time. His immediate boss would have been Joey joy, doves hookah and Joe ferry. Oh, actually was succeed. I after he went to jail in Las Vegas, skim up ration-. Another thing about fairy Ola if you remember his nephew. Was Harry Aleman which I've got a four episode series on Harry Aleman we need to get out here. Pretty quick kind of been sitting on that one for a while. Now, we know a lot of this because net Calabre say, you know, frail. Roy say junior's uncle who we had Frank Calabrese junior. This is his uncle or Frank Calabrese seniors brother, testified these facts at the family secrets trial. Nah. Frank Calabrese junior testify at the family secret style trial too. And he named among other people that Jerry Scalise say Jerry Garcia Kelly. A William also known as Butch Petrocelli, Tony borcelino and his brother Frank Calabrese, and Harry Aleman Joe very olas nephew these guys that responsible for a awful lot of these killings. Now, we don't know for sure I'm gonna go through them have to get credit where Credit's due I got onto this from our friends got Bernstein Scott Bernstein has a mafia blog page called a gangster report. He's out of Detroit, and he's his mob expert if you want to see a lot rely too good articles that that he's researched and done go to the gangster. Port. Scott was also involved with the white boy, Rick if you know anything about the white book boy, Rick Casey, it's an interesting story. They just made them released a movie with Matthew mcconaughey, playing white boy Rick's father, white boy, Rick was a fifteen sixteen year old kid that became a major dope dealer, and he was white. And he did it with primarily African American dope. Dealers in in nineteen what's seventies early air eighties, Detroit. All right. All right. All right. All right. Yes. It's a hell of a story. It's unbelievable. He was he was a it was a fifteen year old informant for the FBI during his period of time. It was just unbelievable God he he dated convert Kenji Gallo. Yes, he dated. The daughter of the mayor Coleman young who was niece. One news, a close relative to the mayor Coleman young who's, you know, one of the first early African American mayors of a major city in the United States, but he was he was a a kind of groundbreaker for African American people into politics in the United States. So it's it's a white. Boy, Rex a hell of a story. I haven't seen the narrative movie at I've seen a documentary. That's got Bernstein set aren't produced in and it's a good documentary. So I recommend it to and their stuff out on YouTube about him. Oh god. Yeah. Tons of stuff on YouTube YouTube about these the wild bunch not much there's a little bit. There's this kind of buried in with some other stuff, but back to the wild bunch Aaron's bring me back to the wild bunch. I started digressing there, you know, one of the first murders, and we heard about it time. An interesting way was from bulldog. Drummond, Jon, Drummond, everybody in that ever followed any kind of outfit. Stuff into Kogyo knows bulldog. Grammar Jon Drummond, he almost stumbled into the middle of it. And in the eighties. There was a thing called the chop. Shop wars in Chicago. I'm not gonna go into Jimmy Kapoor and all the different entities and people involved and explain the chop. Shop wars is too quick explanation of chop. Shop wars were as that. There were a variety of different body shops in Chicago. And they were either having people steal cars there by buying stolen cars from auto thieves and cutting them up and then selling the parts I used I had a pretty good informant. Once in Kansas City during this time, he did that exact same thing. He would he was he would go out and find the car eight almost dealer to order. He knew what the never body shops wanted. Somebody say I needed offender Ryan from this type of ride from a nineteen eighty four Cadillac anelle Dorado, I need a couple of elder Idaho. Doors Trunka hood, or whatever like to have. This color of could he would drive around and apartment complexes in places like that where people park out overnight, and he spot the car he would break into it with a slim Jim in the middle of the night. Get the there's a back in those days. There would be a key code many times with the paperwork he'd get the key code. And then he go make a key. He was when he was younger he went to locksmith school. So he could learn how to do all this stuff. He was he was head of a master criminal point a second broke into cars. Still them with a meat snack. The slim, Jim, yeah. No, slim, Jim is a really thin piece of metal that you slipped down between the window and the door and grab the lock mechanism and pull up and modern times with the new modern locks. They pretty well defeated the slim, Jim. Yep. To now, you have to have a electric machine unlock somebody's doing. I didn't know I was thinking, you know, a slim Jim a meat snack back into that wrestler. That's probably what this guy did anytime broke into a car with this slim.
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"And and have really is one of the great night's that you could ever want. Dave. I seen your bio asked you. This says you were born in Youngstown, Ohio, how long how long have you lived there? Yeah. I was born I was actually born and raised there. And and guys back when I would actually being looked at the country be drafted into baseball in my junior year at Youngstown state Eddy DeBartolo actually invited me to his office. And he said, look, I know he's looking pretty good for you. And if he ended up getting drafted just know that I'm here to help you in any way. I can never forget that that that is who he is. And that's how he's known in our community. And you know, it was just a wonderful gesture on his part. And I was so grateful for that. Because I had no clue what I'd do if I acted. So, unfortunately, we went into division playoffs that year like your wife you and the opening day pitcher against right in and we got defeated twenty six to one. So. Borcelino scouts up that perform it wasn't until after the next year that ended up being drafted by the pirates in the twenty first found, but my never forget that moment of for about fifteen minutes with Eddie on his office that was very special that is actually quite amazing. And by the way, don't mind retelling that story next Thursday, you good with it. So I had it wrong. Gesture by the pirates. Yes. And it was drafted by Pittsburgh in the twenty first round. Yeah. And then what was the trade from San Diego or San Diego? It was nineteen eighty one. I was treated over to the San Diego Padres and was sent off to AA baseball after I've been in AA baseball for two years. So I was a little discouraged. But it was with the Padres that year that I had a great manager. And then in the name of any want to pitch for the Orioles. And he actually taught me the art of pitching. And that you're I was fifteen and five and flicked at the minor league pitcher of the year for the Padres. And and then the next year got to the big leagues with them. Yeah. Makes me laugh. I mean, you guys you played baseball at a high level. You're a college baseball player you'd been drafted. And yet, you even say, you didn't learn to pitch until you were you know, in your twenties. It's kinda crazy all these kids out there who are playing travel ball or showcase tournament. They think they know. Right. But. Yeah. There's an ocean of knowledge that that's a waiting, right? Oh my gosh. It was I was I was still wearing ton. Right. Everything happened. Subsequent retirement. Ever learn enough. And and I'm so grateful for someone like Eddie what along with many others Clinton, including the home, baby. Norm, Sherry that that had such an incredible role in my life learning to be a pitcher. And you know, today, it's all about velocity. So you know, these kids aren't learning, and they may be being taught or told to get spots to change speeds keep it off balance but to do that in the strike zone. And that was one of the things that anyone top me to do is just live in the strike zone. Dave and don't be afraid to get ahead of hitters, and and, you know, keep it simple. I was taught get guys out in four pitches or less. So I mean, I don't want to make this into a like, a, you know, the get off my lawn segment where you and I complain about how things are different and better when we were younger, but Dave, isn't it true? Like, you know, this lack of complete games in this whole third time through the lineup stuff. I mean, I know they can show you reams of data. But I also watched you pit that's the thing. Guard two of the nineteen eighty-seven unsee. What we saw Dave. Well, you know, I I'm with you guys. I don't like it. It's it's really discouraging to sit and watch a game. And all of a sudden the kids looking into dugout after the fifth during the fifth and saying I'm done, you know, when I learned that when you got the ball you wanted as starter on the first pitch and you wanted to throw the last pitch of the game. And that was the bottom line. And and so in yet, I also understand the game is changing whether you like it or not the game is changing and doing things differently today. I just gotta happen to believe that old school is the way to go. And and I will live and die there regardless of what the game does. And I'll still continue to enjoy it though because I love baseball. And I really don't care what they do. I just wanna watch it and CR giants win. Dave. I can't wait to talk with you next Thursday. It's going to be such a special night, and hopefully everybody can come on in join us bay Schaaf dot org. That's B A S H O F bay area. Sports elephant bay shop dot org. You can. Get an individual ticket or you can get a whole table. If you're a group out there, and I'm sure it's going to be a tough ticket because what a class Brad Gilbert, Jason Kidd. Tina Turner, Tara VanDerveer and our guest, Dave Vecchi. So I'll see you next week. Dave, thanks for coming on. Okay. Thanks a lot guys. Look forward to Dave Vecchi, bro props to you for bringing up young guy. Wow. He's the the unheard. Untold stories of Eddie how about when you get to the bay area. Let me know if I can do anything I want to make us comfortable though. He wasn't even in the Bayer. He was going to be a minor league baseball. Football Sunday believable bordello for life, man. Coach, you know, what years ago we had Dave on? And I was just starting my youth coaching juniors over there in Oakland. Dave, what are we tell these kids? Give me one one today. He said don't be afraid to pitch inside. What I'm saying? Copes don't be afraid to pitches. You gotta protect the inside back full back full off. That's my that's my play some high entire what was your happy. Copes? If somebody is as the great Domingo's, Allah says on YouTube fastball inside I hit a bomb. What do you do on? Was that a jam shot on you or what? Yeah. Kind of I liked it out over the to or the other way hit or you spray spray. I want enduring the break too. And I told cups I said, you know, what dude if you did grow up skating, you would have been a good like right winger like a little speedy winger. Just teeing off all contact. I can tell he's got the Bill, and I could just see him pepper and shot so power in your swing? No, not really only had a couple of home runs. If ever I told you a story. One last week. Well, perfect season. Well, we were bad. We were like four and twenty. But you ended a perfect. Yeah. I see that in my future. Let's do this. Let's. Marino. The Niners got some stuff going on nine draft parties tomorrow. Cambi are.
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"Models minimalists and millennials like the thirty eight thousand dollars base camp. Private equity is trying to make fidora's cool again, swiss-italian private equity firm, Harris Ecuador has taken over the one hundred sixty year old borcelino who's rabbit fur felt hats were made icons by Frank Sinatra and Humphrey Bogart now with former Gucci CEO Jia. Komo's and touchy at the helm the plan is to extend borcelino's Italian made wears to women and millennials by pushing into high end fashion street wear and even sports where I'm Andrew O'day Bloomberg radio from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, this is Bloomberg best. Minutes of the Federal Reserve's January meeting showed widespread agreement on ending the run off of the central bank's balance sheet this year, while officials expressed uncertainty over whether they would raise interest rates again in two thousand nineteen Lindsey PI exotic chief economist at steeple financial and Bloomberg stocks editor Dave Wilson joined Bloomberg BusinessWeek to break down. The numbers Lindsay is kind of a new era for all of us can be dealing with them all at the same time. We journalists are usually because of the lockdown have a chance to kind of review them. So we're all going through them. You've heard a few of the highlights. What do you think so far? Minutes show, generally the same takeaway that we saw it aftermath of the statement released. The fed is still pretty confident in the state of the domestic economy, but they see a growing number of risks particularly abroad as we look at growth slowing in a number of major economies and also unresolved government issues as they say, including the Brexit, the US government shutdown, although we did bypass that second round, and of course, trade relations, so for the fed there still are number of question marks and a potential at number of uncertainty that warrant patient at this point. But I don't see anything in the minute that suggest the fed has committed outright throwing in the towel in terms of any additional policy adjustment. Yeah. Definitely looks like a very neutral statement or just thinks Thomas on the balance sheet, but not very clear question that seemed to be concerned the markets with the fed was suggesting. Obviously, they pause in reducing the balance sheet at four trillion and then with them saying sometime last year that two and a half trillion was kind of where they wanted to be does that make one and a half trillion that reserve buffer? They're trying to keep for Bank reserves. Well, I think they still want a tremendous amount of wiggle room. They don't want to commit to a specific number on the ballot sheet. But what we do know is that the fed faith is growing liabilities on their balance sheets. Just a in terms of currency in circulation horn preserve deposit, and we estimate that that provide a floor to the balance sheet closer to around two and a half trillion. So if you take growing liability wash the assumption that they want ample reserves, and we don't know exactly what ample is. But. Makes it seem as if the balance sheet will be closer to around three trillion with about a trillion next reserves. And that would mean that Rohloff would end as early as the end of this year. So I think what the fed is really trying to tell us is they don't want to have a position where they have to actively manage the fed funds market, and recognizing that they're willing to hold onto a larger side on the balance sheet than previously expected. We are talking about the fed. Of course, those latest fed minutes from the January thirtieth meeting. Release and hitting the tape the focus on the fed on this Wednesday..