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6 months after a Washington DC man died of coronavirus, his family still has no idea where to find his body
"Six months after a D C man died of of coronavirus coronavirus in in federal federal custody, custody, Fabian Fabian Tinsley's Tinsley's body body still still has has not not been been returned returned to to his his family. family. The The T T shirt. shirt. Boyd Boyd Tinsley's Tinsley's niece niece says says the the family family has has had no idea of his death until it was reported on the news and the family's been trying to get answers on where his body is. Phone calls spoke to the chapel in and it was apologies it was, you know, the answer my questions about you know what possibly could have happened. Tinsley, who was 67 died in April at the Button or Federal Correctional Complex in Butner, North Carolina.
Bruce Boynton, who inspired 1961 Freedom Rides, dies at 83
"Civil rights pioneer Bruce Carver Boynton. He inspired the Freedom rides movement of the early sixties, has died. Authorities arrested Boynton 60 years ago for entering the white part of a racially segregated bus station in Virginia. Boyd and contested his conviction. His appeal resulted in a Supreme Court decision that prohibited bus station segregation. It also helped inspire the landmark freedom rides of 1961. Boynton was 83
Here Are the States Where COVID-19 Is Increasing
"Continues taking a heavy toll on long term care facility statewide. Chris right with the Department of Social and Health Services, says more than 300 nursing homes and assisted care facilities of current outbreaks with a huge loss of life. Going back to the month of February were oppression 1400. Yes, facilities statewide since the beginning of the other pandemic, which is still hovering about 55% of total deaths in the state are related toe long term care facilities. As we mentioned a recent days you're on comb Oh Josephine, caring community and stand. Boyd has the largest current outbreak in the state with 99 covert cases and five deaths because of the new restrictions. Into our visits are suspended for all long term care facilities, except for end of life care and checking on Oregon, they report a record number of covert cases for a second day in a role. As of Saturday, the state saw more than 1500 new cases spread across all but four the state's 36 counties there, a majority in the city of Portland. There will be no recreational visits to Canada from our state for at least another month. Covert 19 to blame Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted the announcement that he extended the current border measures by another 30 days until at least December. 21st International update. Trudeau says Cobain cases there are spiking as well, and he asked Canadian residents not to go out if you don't have to, not to travel If you don't have to that for the coming weeks, we need to flatten this curve. Non
'MasterChef Junior' star Ben Watkins, 14, dead from rare form of cancer
"Rare disease has claimed the life of a 14 year old Gary Boyd, who competed in the TV cooking competition show Master Chefs Junior Ben Watkins died and Lurie Children's Hospital, where he was being treated for a rare form of cancer that his doctors said only affected about a half dozen other people. Statement from his grandmother, Donna Edwards, says Ben suffered more than he Sharing his 14 years on this earth, But we take solace that is suffering is finally over. And in the end, Ben knew he was loved by so many. He lost his parents in a murder suicide. When he was hospitalized. Chef Gordon Ramsay and the cast of Master Chef Jr recorded a video. We know you can beat this strong as an ox, if you can beat me. The master of Gina Kitchen. Trust me, you could beat this, Ramsey said. On Twitter. We lost a master of the Master Chef Jr Kitchen today, Ben, you were an incredibly talented home cook and an even stronger young men.
Bengals start fast, find combination to close out Titans
"Joe burrow threw two fourth quarter touchdown passes in the Bengals thirty one twenty victory over the Titans Burroughs first TD pass was a nine yarder to Tyler Boyd extending Cincinnati's lead to twenty four seven with thirteen fifty five left borough was twenty six of thirty seven for two hundred forty nine yards and no interceptions as Cincinnati improved to two five one one two plays go our way over the last couple weeks and we're six into right now seven one but now that we can make those plays until today and it feels good to Michael the Titans lost despite their can reach one hundred twelve yards rushing and a touchdown Ryan Tannehill was eighteen of thirty for two hundred thirty three yards two TD's one interception for the Titans score now tied with the calls for first place in the AFC south I'm D. ferry
Coronavirus cases go up, the market goes down
"Yet things up it's pretty simple. Virus cases are way way higher in way more places. There is no relief package coming probably February at the earliest if at all, if everybody is honest with themselves. And that's it that all spills over into the real economy which the stock market is not thank you very much but it does reflect and so you get a cratering day on Wall Street today all three major indices off three three and a half percent all sectors got clobbered including the reason commercial aviation. We mentioned that because Boeing reported a quarterly loss of four hundred and sixty, six, million dollars this morning planes just aren't selling right now company also said it's GonNa lay off and other seven thousand people. So marketplaces and Euler gets his going with a story about a company that is a big factor in that real economy I was talking about. Boeing said today expects to end next year with around one hundred, thirty, thousand employees. It started twenty twenty with a workforce of one, hundred, sixty, thousand. Richard Otto Lafi as an aviation analyst at -Til Group historically, Boeing's been the world single biggest planemaker and the biggest single exporting manufacturer in the US. So it really isn't needle mover in terms of the broader economy and Sorta like Ge. Boeing has worked to diversify Boeing has a lot of commercial military defense software and engineering programs. It's not just building the. Big Seven, forty, seven jets of old. That's Arthur Wheaton at Cornell University. It's a pretty big corporation and has a huge impact on supply chains. He says there's a vast array of subcontractors in the US and worldwide that produce four and with Boeing. So in demand for Boeing products declines, it's felt by many of Boeing seventeen, thousand suppliers like those who make. Jet Engines and parts for wings keeping my you know these are not just people that are turning wrench. Michael Boyd is an aviation industry consultant in Evergreen Colorado. So it's not like just getting rid of couple of mechanics you're getting rid of some highly trained people that you're going to have to get back eventually when people eventually returned to flying but Richard. APPALACHIA te'o groups as his fear is that manufacturing will soon start feeling the pain of the pandemic like retail and hospitality already have and I think unfortunately, we're bound to see additional production cuts in job losses in the commercial aerospace industry along with other similar losses and other parts of the economy because as the biggest companies go so goes the American economy. I mean dealer for
Two People Arrested In Deadly Shooting Of Pastor Gregory Boyd At Miami-Dade Flea Market
"Of his 5012 people behind bars this afternoon facing first degree murder charges in association with the shooting death of a local pastor, Miami Dade police detective saying Nathaniel Robertson and Low trivia Bell ambush for people in a packed flea market parking lot last month. Pastor Gregory board was not involved in the incident but was hit by a bullet. Bali was tryingto Walked to his car. Robertson and
UK and Germany's different approaches to the pandemic
"The UK and Germany are both leading democracies and not far apart on the globe. They took very different approaches to the pandemic with very different results the UK as suffered the most covid nineteen deaths in Europe Germany with a much bigger population has lost far fewer people. NPR's correspondent in each country rob Schmitz in Berlin and Frank Langfitt in London had been talking among themselves. Hey Rob Frank. So tell me what happened in the UK. were. So many mistakes a big reason is the government honestly doesn't really seem to think ahead Boris Johnson you remember he sold Brexit to the British people in two thousand sixteen with no plan on how to execute it. So in the virus began spreading here Johnson course he's now prime minister. He was slow to recognize the threat here he is on March Third I was at movie night. where I think the rush if you credit ours patience and I shook hands of everybody. So by April Johnson an icy ICU covid nineteen I was talking to you in Boyd he's a member of the scientific group that advises the government. The UK didn't really grasped the speed with which the epidemic was entering the country under are all sorts of reasons for that, some of which are to. Lack of organisational capability sometimes when there's very high uncertainty, you simply have to shut things down really quickly and frank here in. Germany. That's what they did on January twenty seven. The first known case of coronavirus was sent to Clemson ventner chief physician at the Munich Schwab in clinic we have very similar like the boys gall. Be always prepare. Then you're watched what was happening in Italy in January where the virus was spreading pretty fast and we knew that we have to flatten the curve. So even before the first case of Covid nineteen and Germany, he was working on slowing its progress and he says the German government was involved from day one asking us what do you need we? We? We didn't have to ask them for example, Germany already had a big supply of ICU beds clouds Deutsche is at the Federation of German. You know that it's been a long debate on whether we had too many intensive care beds that warned us that often obviously that debate is over Deutsche says, Germany also has a lot of hospitals. If you take all the beds in all of Germany's hospitals, you get four times more per capita than what the UK has rob. You had slack in your system in Germany there. Was Not much here because the government had been cutting funding to the National Health Service for years, the hospitals were afraid of getting swamped with Cova patients. So they sent elderly patients back to nursing homes some broad cove with them infected other residents at least twenty, thousand nursing home residents died of covid. That's terrible in while in Germany, deaths were prevented through testing and contact tracing. The health authority in Berlin district of Hong, Kong and operator talks to man at conduct with a positive case, there are around four hundred call centers like this across Germany Peters directs this one become Austin We have traffic wardens and librarians working for us. We've recruited gardeners from parks and recreation Germany had a lot of manpower and testing to infrastructure filled with labs and university medical centers across the country. You know here the government misread the corona virus they thought it was going to spread as quickly as the flu. They didn't even try to develop a testing system where we steward he's a former British cabinet minister they were very, very confident. And slightly arrogant neb beliefs that they understood this disease better than other countries, I think the lack of scientific education amongst a lot of the British political elite meant that they were very reluctant to challenge scientists but here, Germany. Frank. A trained scientist is at the helm and Chancellor Angela Merkel. gave one of the most powerful and heartfelt speeches in her life when she made a rare national address on March. Eighteenth dusted fees above in then. Comes here. I have absolutely no doubt that we will overcome this crisis. How many victims will it claim? How many loved ones lose to a large extent? The answer lies in our own hands miracle has a doctorate in quantum chemistry, and in another speech, she patiently explain how important it was for Germany to reduce the viruses reproduction rate. Her tone was always humble and deadly serious. I'm. Doing this Icefield is off that. We are thin ice. This is a situation in which caution not over-confidence is the order of the day it really different here Johnson studied classics at Oxford University. He was president the debating society and as Prime Minister he's tried to rally the country with rhetoric. We must act like any wartime government and do whatever it takes to support our economy Johnson's Ori helped win a landslide election last year, but a pandemic, of course, not a campaign. Here's where. We store again he sees himself as somebody who is encouraging a rugby team for nineteen minute match telling them that fantastic to make them play. Well, he doesn't primarily see himself as somebody whose job is to get into uncomfortable details were chew over policy and strategy but frank, it's this chewing over of policy and strategy. This technocratic nature of the German government that may have also contributed to Germany's success hunts could is senior research fellow at Chatham House this sort of doubling down on technocracy. Populism has now been discredited by the Corona Virus. He says, that's potentially dangerous. If technocrats feel too emboldened, there might be an even bigger growth populist backlash in the future some people will blame Johnson for Britain's handling of covid campaigner. He thinks Johnson's more symptoms than 'cause captors just written a book called why the Germans do it better notes from grownup country. We've descended into believing that somehow because we always muddled through in the past muddling through is a recipe that will get us through in the future. So rob where's Germany now with crow verse? Well cases are rising deaths are not that tells us these new cases are from young people, children across the country are back in classrooms, but the German government seems so far. Okay. With the dangers of this, there remains a strong infrastructure of hospital beds, testing, tracing Germany fields, prepared and Chancellor Angela Merkel's popularity ratings are sky high eighty, six percent. WOW cases rising rapidly to we've got new strictures but Johnson actually had trouble explaining them to the nation recently the last surveys Ron Johnson is under forty percent approval rating testing capacity here still can't meet demand. And Winter's coming. NPR London correspondent Frank Langfitt, and Berlin correspondent. Rob? Schmitz.
Boeing to Consolidate 787 Dreamliner Production in South Carolina
"Now confirms it will shut down assembly of the 7, 87 Dreamliner and Everett consolidating production to South Carolina Aviation analyst Scott Hamilton tells co Mo. This is something that's been in the works for a while. It remains unclear exactly how many people may lose their job. Boyd hasn't announced what the number is. The governor indicated he thought it would be about 1000. Boeing employees has yet to confirm that and for every bowling job, there are three or four indirect jobs that'll be affected as well. There are other reports. I could be closer to 900 workers who may be laid off. Hamilton says. It costs less for bowing to produce a plane in Charleston. And the Everett plant isn't large enough to handle production of the newest Dreamliner model of 7 87-10.
Detroit Tigers use big first inning to edge Royals 4-3
"Swinging a ground ball up the middle charging Goodrum fields. Fires gets him at first Tigers win. Terrific work by the bullpen after six strong innings from Matthew Boyd and the Tigers short handed from the fourth inning on hanging on to beat the Kansas City Royals and snapped their five game losing streak. Our final score in Kansas City the Detroit Tigers for the Kansas City Royals three Dan Dickerson there with the call over on 97 1 the ticket. Nico Goodrum Man, Austin Roe Mine key to three run. First inning and the Detroit Tigers edge the Kansas City Royals as you heard there, Forthree Matthew Boy, three and seven, now pitched six innings, allowing five hits and three runs with three strikeouts for Detroit, and he mentioned the bullpen there. The Tigers bullpen tossed three shutout innings. Brian Garcia pitched the ninth of for his fourth save. Of the seas of the tags will close out the regular season later today in Game four against the Royals. First pitch at 105 over on 97 won the tickets. Attorney to
Tigers use big first inning to edge Royals 4-3
"To swing a ground ball up the middle charging good room fields. Fires gets him at First Tigers win Terrific work by the bullpen after six strong innings from Matthew Boyd and the Tigers short handed from the fourth inning on hanging on to beat the Kansas City Royals and snapped their five game losing streak. Our final score in Kansas City Detroit Tigers for the Kansas City Royals. Three
Interview with Winstina Hughes, Planner for the Maryland Dept of Transportation
"Welcome to Hallway Chat I'm Liam Dempsey. And I'm Tara Claes today we're joined by Weinstein Hughes when Stena is an assistant regional planner for the Maryland Department of transportation she created her first wordpress blog for a geographic information systems assignment and followed it soon after with one on community development and suburban planning. She has presented at Work Camp New York City work camp. US and Work Camp Austin. A wordpress meet up co organizer Weinstein a lead were camp new. York two, thousand eighteen. Welcome when Stena? We're so glad here. Thanks for having me. Tara. Thanks for having me. Lamb. I'm excited to join you wearing. So excited to defensive time with you. Can you tell us a little bit more about yourself? Okay. I can tell you. I'm a bit more about myself i. Grew up in northern Jersey in south orange. Maplewood. My family immigrated. From Sierra Leone West Africa And somehow they brought me back to Maryland. Settled initially I'm so I am living and working in, Baltimore? Fantastic there's there's a lot there about that. We could delve into but let me let me just talk a little bit about growing up there since he started with whole were you when you when you move from Sarah alone do you remember your your country of or you're young enough to not have any memory? I have. I have memories of playing in our backyard. Like the lush greenery of it. The red. The red dirt. Just. just kind of outside where we lived I remember just how bad it was. And I remember listening on to my dad calling. To see how I was just a memory of knowing that my parents weren't with me. And just really happy to hear his voice. And? When we moved here. This is. Really. where I grew out. Those are those those memories are of. I'm like a child and when we moved here, that's when things really start forming. That's when I'm you know I started thinking about just you know school like a as a kid. I. Think. We. You know when you're as young as four or five things are just kind of like impressions I'm but then we hit an age where we start understanding what's around us Andy Start. Having. A sense of the places where we're going and the people that were spending time with and when we immigrated here on that was the time where things really started in. No. Forming for me as a child and and. Being aware of the spaces I was in and you know. I grew up here in every part of who I am is really. The experience of being raised here in the states and Being raised in south. Orange Maplewood. have. You been back to Sierra Leone. I haven't been back. I'm one of those children but. That hasn't traveled back. Since I? I can't name. Do you have family there still though I do I do have aunts and uncles and I have cousins. That are from back home. And I have some cousins that have traveled here and they've gone back I'm. But I've I've lived here since since we came in, it's been continuous experience. Yeah. Thank you for sharing that your your story of coming to this country and growing up here. Tell us a little bit. Your experience Sir I think you talked about before we started recording about. Going to school to Grad, school and Can you tell us a little bit about your education background and your wordpress wordpress fits into that picture? Yes So you know you mentioned that I'm an assistant. Planner and I went to college for city planning. And I went to Grad school as well for for city planning sitting regional planning. And you know it's it's really a way of looking at the world. A WAY OF LOOKING And Identifying Spaces right areas that you can contribute to improve, and that's what I really love about. About what I studied and I really enjoy the work that I do currently. I, work for DOD and. Works specifically. With state highway and we see the tangible results of the projects that we work on. You know like when we go to meetings I'm and you know the individuals that we speak with. It's There's a real mess to it as opposed to. If I were in an office. kind of like. We spend a fair amount of time in the office, but it's not like a policy document I'm writing. You know it's like I can go and see where I work is I can listen. To understand what the needs are of of those who live in the communities. that. We that we go to and that's really what's always been exciting for me as a planner I did some community organizing work as well and? Not only that. I worked at a nonprofit in DC as an intern, and I had a chance to look at a Housing Trust Fund I had the chance to look at how they went about organizing around housing issues and an even organizing around immigration issues and and it's it's so exciting to work in a field that that hutchison all those different areas and it's died it's that fluid ness of of of the field working an infrastructure or working with community issues or working on. Economic Development. That led me to. Writing about. you know what I learned in school and then writing about it is really you know what really got me more involved within the word s community I that jess log but I'm that I wrote in college, and then when I graduated I started writing a blog on development. For Me Boyd and just in the process of all the positive experiences move me from just you know blogging on wordpress dot com to building my own sites. And then there's there's so much evolved from that as well. From writing to becoming a a meet up organizer in a work, Camp Speaker, and. You know just just all those those opportunities came from. From just you know blogging sharing my thoughts about. An area that I'm so passionate about that I'm so fortunate to work in.
"boyd" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast
"Well. Why focus on the book more than the Audio. Is it the audience that that is waiting to receive it Well, I suppose. Ultimately. I think a book. Is Forever I mean, my life was I have to say changed by white bicycles. I I'd produce a lot of. Records. And people. You know a lot of people say to me Oh my goodness I didn't realize you had that record for twenty five years. I never realized you produced it I mean people don't. Look at the name on the back of the record, right? Yeah. That's one of the things we shared about your podcast when I discovered it five years ago. I was like Oh my gosh. Joe Boyd I thank Joe Boyd and I, never knew right I mean that's what's it's your podcast does not your podcast isn't entirely your own stories about the records produced but A certain percentage of the of the sounds. Are. You played a role in helping. Get. them to to the ears of the world. And I mean, the book is. Have to say for me way more important than a podcast timing been were particularly I've been working on it for. Over ten years. And be a doorstop it's going to be a big book. World Music which is. What while it's kept, be about the great the Golden Ages of global music about the back stories of salsa and Samba and reggae and. Graceland and You know and the peace sign. Yeah. But Balkan music whatever the stories of how this music. US. And the feedback loop. And all of this sort of great stories that that there are fantastic stories in there and it's been fantastic. Wonderful. For me to dig into all of them and researched them and discover them and enlarge upon them and and I've I'm very I'm very gratified. I'm confident the book will be well received people will like it because. I threw it out there last summer a year ago to publishers in Britain and we had a bidding war. So and so I'm I'm excited about it I. Love I've never had a bidding war about my podcast. Yeah. Exactly. Dance your question yeah and. And I love I love both things and it when I read the book in the future I will I will have to become my own. Audio Book. Radio producer. You know it's I'm going to have to go to the streaming services that I would ever whichever ones I am at that moment giving.
"boyd" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast
"In the studios in the nineteen sixties and I, stretch the sixties. To start in nineteen, fifty, six, an end in nineteen seventy-three. But And I used to produce a lot of records but I haven't been producing many records lately because the music business doesn't make records the way I like to make records generally. and. and. Because I've been writing this book. And so I thought well a podcast if I doesn't take too much time. Is kind of related to what I'm writing about. and. It'll keep the pot boiling. It'll keep. If I can get a following of the podcast. It will help pave the way for the publication of my book. It was just a vague wasn't really A. Astutely show figure it out marketing. More. Worst reasons to launch a podcast. Fifteen. Yes it'll help me it'll help me focus my work on my book and possibly build an audience. Exactly and Then, a day later or two days later. I got I can't remember if it was an email or phone call. From a woman at a cast. And she said. That she'd been listening to my. Sample. And she liked so much. That They decided it would be good for a casts image. If they host it without commercials. And so that was I mean an incredible little. Gift of Good Fortune. And so I'll put went and There it is. Yeah. Well, we're speaking with Joe Boyd who is the producer of the podcast Joe Boyd's ADC AD said in in in other parts of the world on here on radio survivor my name is Eric Klein. I think it's I'm I'm excited about a handful of things that you have mentioned than in the last twenty, five minutes. One thing you mentioned is this You know you have written books you have produced. Records and now and and this podcast is like It is a little bit silly in in my mind Joe Boyd I've been actually thinking about talking to you and how. It's kind of funny to interview you about the podcast and not you know and not. Produced or the books you've written. And but it's it's interesting. Also talk about how the PODCASTS are such a strange. One of one of the things that I'm excited about is you had a podcast in two, thousand fifteen and I, a pet theory which could be entirely. Silly navel-gazing in the extreme. But I, have a pet theory that podcast sort of peaked in two thousand, fifteen Artistically there was so much. Energy and innovation and no one quite figured out. What they were going to be or how they would make money yet that..
How Japanese Street Racers Created the Best Car Magazine Ever
"Kaku gasoline. Kogyo Gossioux is about cars is what? I thought did for a split second. I was like, oh. My God James is about to do the rest of that theme song in Japanese. Oh. Yeah. I just speak I speak Japanese. I see. Just. Everything you speak every language perfectly. So welcome back to pass gas everyone I'm your host Nolan Sykes joined as always by my co hosts James Pomfret Chug a Chug to. and Joe Weber keep it juiced. Dan. New One. Wow you're just like. God. Catch after. Catchphrase. Print money. Money. As I said in the INTRO WE'RE GONNA be talking about option magazine today admittedly a topic I don't really know a lot about I'm more familiar with their video content on Youtube that's made its way to youtube nowadays. But yeah, I didn't really grow up with this. I was more of a hot rod magazine kind of Guy. If you can imagine that do you guys know anything about option magazine? I you're going to ask if we know anything about hot rods. A lot of the story I'm excited to. Find Out and talk about it. But option. Option to is like the first really nerdy thing like the first like really car nerd thing that I did when I was, I was order Japanese magazines and videos off of Ebay. Because I am old and was in highschool before Youtube was a thing. So you. It wasn't like a subscription even for you is more like you had to find old issues ordering old issues me and my friend Nathan. Order old issues. And we were like what the? The pages go backward. I don't have I don't have too much context on it I. The only thing I know is from researching. For different videos and I think the H K s up to speed talk a little bit about it but I know about like Daijiro but only in the context of like the early eighties like trying to set. Speed records and stuff. So I know he's crazy dude. I'm excited to see like more of his history. He's the editor in chief. Yeah. I'm the editor in chief of donut. So sounds like pretty similar types of guys. He sets land speed records. I have a sixteen pound Golden doodle pretty similar. I bought a baby pool. Last weekend. Yeah. What to do with that baby pool? Who I wait till the sun warms up and then I, lay in Baby poor record for. Longest Soak. Actually it's. It's it's too cold. Over me background that hose waters chilly Boyd's it comes from underneath the ground I just put my feet in it. Casey cocktail hour. Okay. Let's let's. Option. Actor Jonah Hold Digression about how I wish I had yard to put a baby pool into half cocktail hour but it's not so much. What option magazine covered that EXCITES US although we obviously love tuner cars and the JD M. Market. It's the way that option talked about cars that was most revolutionary.
Freedom Summer: Datra Dee Dee Jackson
"Many. Of the faces that we have seen over the past few weeks leading the black lives matter movement have been those of young black women theatric DVD. Jackson is one of those dynamic women speaking truth to power as a leader, a black youth project one hundred while attending Florida International University. She became active at the height of the murder of Trayvon. Martin was led to founding the local chapter, a dream defenders at her university. Today, we chat with Yatra, how young people are seizing and owning their political power at this moment. I'm really excited to talk to you today I've been such a big fan of B. y. p.. One hundred in really excited that you were able to join us. So thank you. So I I want to talk about the fact that at such a young age you have done so much for the black community and the Black Youth Community you've done organizing as a CO founder or of the Durham Chapter of the Black Youth Project hundred supporting black mamas bail out, which is one of the favourite causes that I donate to and just so much more especially during the racial pandemic that we've been in these past few weeks. What brought you to this work? What made you wake up one day and say, okay as a young person, I have to get involved as a black young person I have to get involved. So I am from Philly or and throughout my years I was in public schools I grew single mom. Single mom household of three girls and. So grew up in inundated southwest philly end of there's many things of my experience that really informs where end today but that's not quite where I was politicized. I was in Grad School. Down in Miami Around Twenty, twelve, twenty thirteen and so I, was living in Florida. At the same time as the murder of Trayvon Martin and all of the marches in the energy that was being built up in that time and I was pretty apolitical leading up to that point and was going to a black sitting union meeting because our school where I know black people. So the black student union because that's where we were and this organization out to folks from dream, defenders averages a state based organization down in Florida Cain ended presentation on the work that they were doing and police brutality and immigration. Reform. School to prison pipeline. We're talking about these different issues in was really activated started to pay attention. To. That as an opportunity to be partners to the apartment organizations actually doing the work that was really where I started really a moment that similar to where now I love your path that you just talked about and I feel it's so important because A lot of young people you know when I talk to them, they just feel that can I just show up? Can I do it in? That's really what you did, and that's what a lot of the people involved with the. One hundred have done and I would love for you to talk a little bit more about the work that you're doing. In particular I'm a fan of the safe. We save campaign, which is something that I also think is a very timely conversation that we need to have in this country. Yes. So she said we save is one hundred national campaign It's our transformative moving campaign to end gender-based violence against like women. Like girls in black gender, non conforming people especially comes. In there is more origin even how we got to deciding orange she sees as national as I national campaign we had this huge visibility of black boys and black men that were being murdered brutalized by the police It was carrying this very long history erasure, black women, black girls, an our stories in the way that we have been brutalized by the police, and so we wiping one hundred among many other organizations really uplifted. Hashtag say her name. As a demand to also remember the stories of black women and black girls be harmed on a regular basis by the police and really pushing a bit of an intervention into the visibility of who stories are being told. And so we help these different events honoring black women and black girls who stories were not being pushed to the front and also talked about the a specific nature of black women in the way that the system harms us that doesn't that doesn't necessarily apply to black men in black police in. So we've been pushing. On, lifting up story of Ricky Boyd Renisha McBride. Happens Melissa Alexander. In just a number of Ions Stanley Jones might hall that list goes on online. Envy making sure that that this was also part of this time. The stories of black women grows they're are always forgotten
Boston - Kyle Dugger Impressing Bill Belichick In First Patriots Training Camp
"NFL season. They practice this morning. But before that coach Bill Belichick spoke to the media, and he was asked about the progress of the team's first pick from the 2020 draft. Kyle Dugger calls a smart kit and he works really hard on DH. You can definitely see improvement will say not only from day to day, but in some cases from Plato play. There's some things that he just hasn't seen that might take a little longer to explain to him just because he's not familiar with him, but he's very coach. Boyd picks up things quickly. Bruins with a 3 to 1 in
4 people missing after pipeline explosion at port in Texas
"After an explosion at a Texas port, one of dredging vessel hit a natural gas pipeline in the water, the US Coast Guard said The four missing people are crew members of the dredging vessel women. L. Boyd. The explosion about a M this morning in the port of Corpus Christi wildfires that have claimed at least six lives and forced tens of thousands of people
Over 300 Charges Filed In Downtown Los Angeles Building Explosion Which Injured A Dozen Firefighters
"On 300 criminal charges have now been filed in connection with a massive explosion and fire in downtown L. A earlier this year that injured A dozen of responding firefighters came next 10 seventies John Baird live with more on that. It was a huge fire and then an explosion. The president of the firefighters union called it in for no. Although authorities now refer to it as the Boyd Street fire. The blaze heard a bunch of firefighters and now the city attorney has filed more than 300 criminal charges against the business owners and building owners where this fire took place. He's alleging fire code in safety violations. Captain Eric Scott is a spokesman for L. A city fire Because of this tremendous team effort. We're one step closer to holding accountable the individuals that may have contributed to the circumstances that led up to this incident that tragically injured a dozen of our firefighters. Now four properties were allegedly holding and storing illegally hazardous materials now, if any of the people charged in the case is actually convicted. Here she could face years behind. Bars
Cano, Alonso Each Homer Twice As New York Mets Pound Marlins
"Here's Marko ability. Steve. The Mets took out about a weekend's worth of frustration on the Marlins, Robinson Cano and Pete Alonso each homered twice and their dominant 11 for victory. A great start of the series now, like I said, this afternoon, our focus has gotta be, uh one game at a time. I thought You know the guys he attached whatever happened yesterday? That's manager Louise RoHaas Yankees. They just continue to own the Red Sox. Now the 11 there goes the Detlef, that ball is high. That is far that is God. Oh, that boy is a droid. The rips one. And to the left field seats. Boyd Nance, one to Detroit and the Yankees, 2nd 51 lead the second home run of the game. For cool hand Luke. That's 1/10 straight Victor over the stocks, this one by the finalists 63 longest win streak since they won 12 straight back in 1953 Johnstone the call in the fan role as chairman through the ninth this season debut, and we dealt with covert 19 in the spring
"boyd" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Two seasons in the regional narcos in Columbia and I was playing Steve Murphy. Steve Murphy and Hog your opinion or the two cops that basically out below and Got Rid of him. Politely. Bag. Steve in in all reality of Steve was down there for legitimate two years which took the time, and once the his his mission job was complete. He was he was back on. A plane with two little. Girls that he adopted. Through all the sort of turmoil. That was going on and went back to the states, and so that was that was his His his journey, his arc. I love being Columbia, the time was I think Patriots stayed on for another year have similar to what actually hobby are did. In. So now they're in Mexico, which is a whole nother, can, of worms. Were you ever nervous about being a part of this show? You know. Those cartels are still there. Yeah. No, and there's there are people alive in. New You don't have any control over how a person may be offended on the representation of a friend or or or. Anything that parameter So. Yeah, it was a gamble. I thought it was a fascinating. Fascinating. Stranger than fiction some things that were happening. In just on the sort of macro level of. What may sort of. The the dynamics of the drug trade now Pablo was. chilled. than. People said Okay we're not going to start flying to Miami we're going to give it to Mexico and you guys getting awesome quarter which now spread lights or spider sales of risk Cartels. which is compounded things in my opinion. It's it's rare. It's Fascinating puzzle to Just. Sort of. standover. Yeah it was incredible experiences spent like eighteen months on their. Life changing expense. So let's talk about vengeance B, J Novak First Time film director Ej is my man ally. He's so cool. We did. We met originally about this film vengeance, which is which is all set in West Texas. BJ's bit of a ladies man would've is in the podcast world and he's trying to name for himself and. He gets wrangled in down into Texas. And sort of really clash of culture and. Yeah he's he's walking this fine. He's incredible. Ryder walking this fine line of Thriller Odyssey. No he can do comedy quite well so I think you'll pick. Shots for nicely on that and but yeah, we're in production in, in March. Like everyone else and I got shut down. So what will make you feel secure and comfortable going back to her set Good. Question. I I've seen like in sporting world you're putting on events that seems quite complex. But I. Guess they're getting some sort of protocol in involved I I. Feel Healthy I've I've feel. Strong feel very fortunate to say that but some people have compromised immune system. So what we do there? and then what is the issue of going home at night? You know you can't really control person's actions when when they go off and why? Neither should you but you know there's a guess speculation there. I'm just really happy to get back to work safe. Environment. I think probably crews will consolidate for the near future I would imagine you know some. Hun The hundred extra days might be consolidated. Sure. Until there's a bit of a wrangle. On this whole situation. So now just a fun question for you what's the One TV show you could watch over and over again and you never get bored Alone. Is that? Jim You've seen it no. Come on man it's tell less. Is Best, all right. Ten contestants it'll be Arctic and they're giving ten. to He demand survival. And they have sixty pounds of. Video diary themselves Okay and they're in. Near Canada the Arctic in the starting fall in usually last winter. No one's ever made a pass nine days and then the. person. The people that you're guessing competition with they had no idea who's winning or what and if you are the last person will come and get. Out. Is Pretty Amazing. Would you ever do it yourself? I would absolutely I would last maybe a week. Until I saw bear or Got Close to starvation ORDEN's shutting down. You like I want to go back to my. Creek with my salamanders. Seems. Seems a little harsh. Avoid. Thank you very much. Thanks. Take? CARE. That was boyd holbrook, the fugitive premiers on qube on August third. Thanks for listening to this week's the big ticket coming next time. One of Hollywood's most in demand young talents Jordan Fisher. The actor singer and dancer will be here to talk about his new film work at his experience being a multi-ethnic performer in Hollywood and so much more until then follow me on twitter and Instagram at Mark Malcolm and for all your up to the minute Hollywood news head over to variety dot com. Stay safe be well and please wear a mask. Time..
"boyd" Discussed on How I Built This
"Were scared about giving you know having an outside investor because we didn't know what that looked like I mean we were? We've been doing this for fifteen years I like. What is that going to look like to us? We heard really scary stories from friends of ours that had business for a long time and. Know. A lot of our friends that are successful and They're unhappy. There are miserable and so you know I'm talking about not a startup getting money, but like being in this business and living and breathing it every day for fifteen years, and then having an outside partner. Come in and tell you to do things differently. It's not. Received while I don't think. So we That was something that we explored and We had three different companies. Come to us with interest of Buying US and partnering with us, so the timing was just really meant to be, and we were ready to go offer from the accepted from Unilever yes exactly. They bought. Brand reportedly for one hundred million dollars. And and kept you on. You would stay on I'm still working there. Use New employees of Unilever now running the business, but with you with Unilever behind you now I mean there was one of the biggest multinationals in the world. I mean the sky's limit. You could probably. Scale and in any way you want to, so it's interesting because that's the potential. But. In the beginning you know it's really about the brand integrity and the identity and the way they work is that they really are adamant about keeping the brand separate, but obviously joined, but separate in the sense where we're still have same office, we still have all the same employees, and our DNA looks and feels the same. We have additional resources. But we are. We do really kind of run on our own still. So. While scaling will happen. It's not Oh, you acquire you get acquired, and like poof here and overnight sensation. It's not it doesn't work that quickly. And so under navigating that has that's the challenge now to really take what they have at our disposal and scaling. WH- when you I mean when you think about this journey took and what happened I mean you know? Sold this company made a lot of money was not a guaranteed slam dunk. He was a slow burn. It took a long time before you were able to. Really become profitable There's a lot of stress. Do you think that the the success of this company to do with how how hard you in Gwen work? Do you think some of it had to do with luck? I think it had to do with the success of an how hard we work. The success came from the hard work. Luck you now. We carved out. We went into an industry like we disrupted a multibillion dollar. Industry I, mean we. We definitely were ahead of our time and pioneering. Product that didn't exist. Yeah I think. I don't know it depends on your definition of luck. I think you create your own lock. Does H-. You, you really struggled for so long with this business, and even when you could pay yourself I imagine you ever really were able to pay yourself huge amounts of money. Maybe maybe it's more significant towards the end, but never. You know I'm assuming you know. This Unilever thing it made you in Gwen. Rich I mean pry beyond what you ever imagined weird that that kind of change the way you. I duNno lived or I think I think. because. It was something so you know a long journey. We saw a lot of our friends. Excel and save money and buy homes, and and all these things and we. Weren't able to save. We didn't have any money to save. We were Alvar. Money was going back into the business, so I think ultimately our goal of selling to a strategic was kind of our way of saving if you will like, we knew like investing this like you know. Everything into a business would ultimately pay off and that was. What happened? That's Lindsey void. co-founder of the laundries, the company now sells more than eighty products, and they've expanded beyond just fabric Kerr to include household cleaners as well. While so many companies are suffering during the current economic, crisis, Lindsay says their business is actually up by one hundred fifty percent, because people are stuck at home, doing cooking cleaning hands. Yes, wandering. If you go to a barbecue by the way. Would you still be comfortable wearing white? Into that you were white. Who are I have a White Sofa with two small children on my God my whole happen. My House is white. Dodge just threw up on our SOFA. It's great. What do I do quick? What do I do it? Really happened really needs stained solution bleach alternative away. No, you don't have to worry about the right away. Thing you can do it later. It stain will still come outfits properly treated. Thanks so much for listening to the show this week. You can subscribe wherever you get your podcast. You could also write to us and H. I. T. NPR DOT Org. If you WANNA send a tweet, it's at how built this or at Cairo's. This episode was produced by Rachel Faulkner. With music composed by rump teen Arab Louis thanks also to JC Howard candice. Limb, Darith gaels Julia Carney Neva grant and Jeff Rodgers. Gyros and you've been listening to how I built this. This is NPR. Every business has to figure out what to charge for its product and how to keep out competitors you know who does this better than anyone else? Drug dealers on the next episode of Planet Money Summer School, we explained pricing theory with a drug kingpin summer school new classes every Wednesday listen at a planet money from NPR..
"boyd" Discussed on How I Built This
"boyd" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"We ended up with a team. That's smaller than you would have to build a video game because we need less game play. We need less Ui. So as heavily engineering focused, and there's less design a lot of times in video games, you'll be designing a game for one market then that market will deny, or another company will dominate it like I think we saw that happen with the last man standing genre, the the one where everyone gets an arena, and whoever's left winds, we saw that evolve through a lot of different games until one really good company kind of captured that market and started evolving it somewhere else. The other Games are all still there, but while you're developing your game. If you see that happening, you have to be light on your feet. It these new creative targets. And our target isn't as creative. It's driving so. It's like retake everything about building video games, and we take the fun out of the game. We still enjoy building it though. So I hope that partially answers your question. If they're more I can talk about their. No, that's plenty and we begin to wrap up I. Do want to ask you. But it comes to outstanding engineering problems at crews. Put our the other problems that you're faced with right now. What are the engineering problems that you're most focused on? I think they're all subcategories well most. Under. Making simulation match on road performance. There's some difficult problems with determined as them. They're like the butterfly effect. Maybe the cars themselves have all these different sensors all these different processes for the sensors running at different threads with different timing. So we have to solve the problem of. How do we recreate that scene? which we call determinism, it's like. Can we get the timing? Just so so the car does the same thing the same time with the same AV stack, and so there's people that actually aren't on the simulation team. We've been working on that a lot. And then we incorporate this relations into. Sim. So that's one of them. Then the next problems. We have our detecting when our tests. Succeed or fail the example I gave earlier where our cars. I'm meteorologist position. Was that good or bad? Because let's say we don't want the car to change lanes now. That, means that if the cars are meter out of position, it didn't change lanes perhaps. Then, being able to automatically look at that and write these tests that we know that Oh that test past, versus if the cars are meteorologist position because there was an error. That test failed. So that's the next one we have is. How do we detect the validity of the tests themselves and solve a garbage in garbage out problem? So there's a lot of that. The other things were working on our. There's this problem that might seem complex bunker related to video games that everyone. The audience knows this. If you're working out a game and you save your state. You have a video game. Save File. But let's say you change the game. And now that save file doesn't match. There's no level five. The sword you thought you want has gone so as we change the state of the stack. Saving the state of what the car was thinking starts to corrode, and so we can't enter one of these six hour replays in media res- to do a twenty second. Run to see for to do the same thing as the AV stack evolve over time that replaced starts to become invalid like the car would never be between two double-parked delivery vans now. So how's this test? Even valid so we're looking at ways to be able to save state and modify that state. It's developed so as we change the stock. What does that mean to what the car was thinking? When we dropped in meteorologist, the other alternative is to start the car further back in time and let. Let it build a similar kind of head space, but doing that doesn't always guarantee the same head space, and it's expensive takes longer than running the test itself, and so they could like double or triple the cost of running the test, so that's the next thing we're solving. Is We call it? This is a contentious term a little bit. It's called the hot start problem because we've applied to a lot of different things, but it's like. How do we just drop in the car and have it be? Be Thinking the same thoughts, and it's really hard, and so we're looking at. Can we solve around that problem? Can we do it? So that's another big one where solving and then the other ones were solving. He's like well now. We've got to work with heavy rain. What about snow? You know all these different weather conditions, and then we're working on localization. How can you just pick a spot in San? Francisco and say I want that spot modeled in three d from my matrix simulation, so it can. Can Start scripting so if some projects we've been working on their like where we have very specific spots in San Francisco that we have modeled out, so we can say we can grab that, and then we have to be able to change it when the public works, people go in throw a bunch of cones. Dig Up the street and put new lane markings on, so we have a fleet that runs around San. Francisco the time just mapping so that we can catch that and then change it. And then the next problem is what if it's not San Francisco. What if we need to model Houston right? So there's a lot of forward are in D work. I focused on the right now problems because I thought that was most interesting for the interview, but forward off to deal with snow doesn't snow much in San Francisco, at least not well I've been alive, and then we have to also focus on different cities different countries. Countries, different locales, and so there's a lot of work to go on there. The other working on is they're starting to get more and more requests for training data. Can you use your three matrix simulation to create scenes that I can use to train my machine learning algorithm while we you before we go out on the road and start training it with real data, so those are the big problems. We're working on right now. All right well just to wrap up to a sense for how close we are to full autonomy. I think I'm so close to it. The I'm thinking so fast about all of it that I i. don't trust my.
"boyd" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"The technology stuff I have allow my son to have his. He's an IPAD And so does the youngsters but I have a the the block. The kid block on their thrones so that they They can access things that I would prefer them not. Yeah and and staying with technology here has changed the way that we consume so much especially the way we watch movies now. Tv shows but it also affects the way that we now consumer Or listen to music since you now your your career has taken off here. And you're in the music industry How much of a problem is the technology for you? When you're trying to put music out there and is a lot of it Do you do a lot more live shows because of that? It is definitely the even the right now. Spotify and and There's a couple of Amazon I believe. They're they're suing the songwriters at the moment in trying to to lessen the amount which had not been changed up until I think last year they changed it for the first time since nineteen eighty nine of the rate of what. The songwriter got paid That amount it's it's just ridiculous. The the amount of money we are losing awful because album cells are out anymore so that in turn has keeps me away from home a little bit more than I would prefer because we have to make ends meet right. Yeah and I wonder how difficult that must be for the artists. Just because I mean yeah I was. I grew up in the air where we couldn't wait to get the album and that was a whole part of the that went along with it just getting the inside. Cover looking at the lyrics and things like that. I kind of miss that With this now everything is downloaded stream than it seems like all the content is for free to get. It's definitely makes it harder I'm old school Chevy In my garage I got. I got boxes and boxes of CDs. we'll out of about two hundred twenty or thirty element throw in the house so that I can listen to him and then switch them all out. That was the fun part for me growing up. And that's what actually brought me into. Music was reading all of the liner notes. An and knowing who the musicians were in who wrote the songs and stuff like that to me. That was that was fun part very well. What is the bedtime routine? Look like for you there when you're putting the kids. Are you all Lullaby guy here? You're seeing them songs from the latest album. How do you got to put them down to sleep? So funny I There's a few songs that I sing from my childhood with the swing-low-sweet-chariot and now she'll be coming around the mountain when she comes and Of course Johnny. Cash walk the line than so that seems to be the closer that shuts down ghettos at that point. That was very cool. Yeah that's the GO-TO What what are some of the biggest values that you're hoping to instill in your kids here? Respect respective their of their appears to me. I think that's the most important thing is if you respect yourself and you respect others than than you are able to gain that in return. Yeah very well said Obviously a career is taking off here. What kind of goals or plans? The future We are. I'm working in the studio right now. I've been. That's where he's been going to work lately is Going into studio. I'm working on a new album. And that's been keeping me busy. We've got some new announcements coming up like Within weeks of of this new project I'm very brakes on it for people to hear and understand what we've been working on very cool. I look forward to hearing that and the last thing I wanted your love to ask all the data. Get on the PODCAST. What type of advice do you have for the new dad or for that about to be? Father? Who's out there listening Trust your instincts. Because there's not a book out there that'll teach you what you What your natural instinct will tell you. Yeah very well said I loved the message. There's been an honor for me. I gotta say Craig Wayne Boyd. Your first class father all the way. Thank you so much to give me a few minutes. You time on I last fatherhood thank.
"boyd" Discussed on Monster: DC Sniper
"Left behind and got a job at a restaurant in. Fort Myers Florida. She promised to bring him to America when she had more money. But eventually Buna stopped sending rent for lead live on so he was forced to move into a run down shack behind the house where they'd been staying. Things only got worse for Lee in November of two thousand he fell ill with rheumatic fever. Lying alone sick in dark Lee felt abused abandoned and completely resigned and then in the hot unforgiving darkness a light burst through the door of the shack open. A toll man stepped inside then. The man came closer. He leaned down and grab his hand. It was the American man who smuggled his mother into the United States. The same man. He'd seen that day in the electronic shop playing with his son. John Muhammad had come for him next time on monster. Dc sniper this Muhammad. If he gets across the border with your children there will be nothing we can do have my children and they don't have the pro papal again if we do not address. The systemic failures occurred in this case. It's entirely likely that there are all kinds of John Muhammad's out there wandering the streets. He got killed over and over. He told me personally have been die tonight. Email vo cannot be monster. Dc sniper is a fifteen episode podcast hosted by Tony Harris and produced by iheartradio and tender foot TV. Matt Frederick and Alex Williams are executive producers on behalf of iheartradio alongside producers. Trevor Young Ben Keyboard and Josh Thane Pain Lindsey Donald Albright are executive producers on behalf of tender foot TV alongside producers Meredith steadman and Christina Dana. Original music is by makeup and vanity. Set the audio of Lee Boyd. Malveaux you heard in the next time segment comes from two thousand twelve interview by journalist. Josh White and was provided courtesy of the Washington Post. If you haven't already be sure to check out the first two seasons Atlanta Monster and monster the Zodiac killer if you have questions or comments email us at monster at Iheartmedia dot com or you can call us at one eight three three two eight five six six seven. Thanks for listening so announcing the year of Twenty Twenty Twenty Twenty Vision that is twenty. Twenty vision at the is center to be exact. That's why we're giving you twenty percents off your twenty twenty with Eilly I designed plus a free consultation and no interest financing call the is centered today at eight eight eight eight four four twenty twenty to get your twenty percent off. Eilly sick or visit the eye center dot com schedule. Your consoles online financing on approved credit see website for details some restrictions apply..
"boyd" Discussed on Monster: DC Sniper
"It really stuck with him that this is what a father does? A father protects his child and he had some fond memories of his father until eventually his father left him. And that's when things started to go sour. There is a ruthless person on the loose. What unnerved this community is the randomness of the murders. Ordinary people doing ordinary things. They kill the five people in one day and then went on the rampage for the next month. It is quite a mystery. The police say they have never had a crime. Quite like this be careful. These guys are using weapons that are going to go right straight through our pool. Proof vests from I HEART RADIO TENDER FOR TV. This is monster DC sniper criminologist Anthony. Mealy has made a career of interviewing some of America's most heinous criminals. I literally have spoken or written to over three hundred serial killers what I find. Most interesting about them is that they are people. I don't harp on the horrific nature of their crimes but rather try to learn who they were. And how the crimes came about. Mealy says people often completely right off chillers just evil people or monsters. What he thinks. That's a mistake as soon as we find out who did it. We can't get enough of how evil or how monstrous this person is without understanding what it was that brought the person to that particular moment in time. Unfortunately they are not monsters. They are not some mystical beast. Unfortunately these are human beings with human DNA and we have to be willing to accept that and understand that just as there are some fantastic human beings who do some incredible things and change people's lives there are other human beings who go down the wrong path and take people's lives. It's not to condone what they did. Make no mistake there. It's not to condone at all what they did as a criminologist mealy thinks that if we want to prevent these sorts of crimes from happening in the future we need to understand the people that commit them and examine their lives. That's why he's corresponded with so many. Serial killers mealy was particularly interested to speak with Lee Boyd. Malvo he I wrote Tilley in two thousand three but starting correspondence proved challenging. Letters that I sent would be mailed back and saying the inmate is not here so it took a while and it wasn't until May of two thousand five where I received his first letter. What was interesting was it was a two page letter. Handwritten in black ink normally. It takes a long time for many of these individuals to trust others but merely says. Lee's first letter to him was different. It was very personal. I think that's what struck me. He even left the letter by Sane wherever you want to go from here. I'm willing to go with you. So that's sort of where it all began. We were corresponding wanted to letters a week. We did that for about four years and then I had the ability to speak to him on the phone. My first phone call with him was in two thousand ten. It struck me immediately. How intelligent he actually was. His former education stopped far before college but he was far more. Well read than most of those who I knew who held. Master's degrees may be the single most. Well read individual out of over three hundred inmates that I have written to during these years of communicating back and Mioli says Lee asked him to help edit and publish his autobiography. Mealy agreed what came across with Lee Boyd. Malvo 's intellect visibility to jump from topic to topic. He knew anything and everything about anything related to the weather. It could be related to inmate writes. It could be related to racial tensions and that was one dynamic that we talked a lot about as a Caucasian male. Obviously we came from two different worlds Zara. Burden is a journalist and host Jamaica. News program eighteen degrees north. She was also interested in understanding. Lee Boyd milepost routes I interview back into thousand. Thirteen was an interview with Lee Boyd. Malvo he agreed to the interview. He said because it was allowing him to speak to his Jamaica and people. You know it's a strange kind of thing. Jimmy cons are for Jimmy Johns. Call each other on this rock but we back the best of us and we disagree his together. The worst of us it was important for us to understand hosts. Somebody raised on our soil. Could leave here and go to the United States where most Jamaicans go to become prosperous and he. Instead of going that route he instead chose to kill Americans. We don't have any hate. Americans we love Americans in Jamaica. So why would you be motivated to carry out such an atrocity on your fellow man? That was the question he explained. Violence was something that occurred constantly. This is criminologist anthony only again. There were often be one or two parents on a whole block watching fifteen twenty kids. Yes an aunt might be present but is that aren't GonNa give as much attention as a mom would. Is that on? Chol going to have enough energy to take here undisciplined. That child in the right way. Sometimes yes sometimes known often the only way sadly to keep them in line was to know that if they did something bad well a beating was and so it wasn't uncommon for lead to see violence or to experience violence in his autobiography lease has one time when he was around five. His father brought home a paycheck. That was short on cash. His mother suspected he was cheating on her and accused him of giving the money to another woman. This led to an argument which escalated into a violent fight..
"boyd" Discussed on Monster: DC Sniper
"Announcing the year of Twenty Twenty Twenty Twenty Vision that is twenty twenty vision at the center to be exact. That's why we are giving you twenty percent off your twenty twenty with stick with design plus a free consultation and no interest financing. Call the center today at eight. Eight eight eight four four twenty twenty to get your twenty percent off island sick or visit. The EYE CENTER DOT COM to schedule your consoles online financing on approved credit see website for details restrictions apply. Welcome to monster. Dc sniper a production of IHEART RADIO AND TENDER FOOT TV the views and opinions expressed in this podcast or solely those of the podcast author or individuals participating in the podcast and do not represent those of iheartmedia tender foot TV or their employees listener discretion is advised three weeks into the DC sniper investigation. Police conducted a fingerprint from an Alabama crime scene to two names John Allen Muhammad and Lebron mouth last episode. We explored Muhammad story after his wife asked for a divorce. He disappeared with his three children. This episode who was Lee Boyd. Malvo the seventeen year old from Jamaica. And how was he connected to Muhammad at the time? Investigators were stumped but years later we finally started to get the answers. Many of those answers came from the work of criminologist and criminal profiler Anthony Mioli merely spent nine years corresponding with league and listening to his side of the story. Mealy recorded a series of phone calls with Lee titled Interview With the DC sniper which you will hear clips from throughout this episode. Lee also wrote an autobiography which Mealy Health Edit and publish dire the DC snipers verbatim transcript from Libranoy Malveaux word for word. This is a very rare time where you're able to understand how an individual develops from the day. He's born to the day. He was arrested for one of the most sensational crimes of our modern tied. The takeaway from it is not the grisly nature of what happened at the end. But what led him to that. Lee Boyd Malvo was born February. Eighteenth Nineteen eighty-five in Kingston Jamaica. He was born to Leslie. Malveaux and Una James Mother. He took the name Malveaux from his father. But they were never formally married at least. According to Lee at the time Lee was born. His Mom was twenty one and his father was thirty seven so there was a sixteen year age gap in Kingston. That wasn't tremendously unusual but that separation of age did lead to many differences between how their relationship developed Lee remembers his father. Leslie as kind and permissive lease says. He spent his early years on a tricycle. And Leslie would pull him through the neighborhood by a rope tied to the tricycles handlebars Lee's mother. Only other hand was the disciplinarian who was very strict. In many ways she would be calm cool and collected one moment and then violent. The next Lee told me only that when his mother got angry she would sometimes beat him to the point of drawing blood at the same time she did care for him and she did provide for the family but she was gone most of the time so it would not be unusual for lead to be fending for himself at a very young age one day while she was out at work he was left alone and he was awfully young. He was five six years old. She had some jade figurines that she kept around the house. They were small trivial objects to some but to her. They meant something. He was playing with an airplane and running around the House and bumped into one of these jade figurines broke..
"boyd" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"I don't think we can have apple podcasts without talking about the cornerback position. They've obviously went in addressed. The cornerback position a a little bit with clayborn. The pressure has been put on these guys but i'm personally still fascinated in anxious to see what this cornerback group looks like against a different group of receivers. That isn't the world beaters that the chiefs have on their roster right now mattie in the bengals right now or about as far from world leaders at wide receivers you can be so this is definitely a good game to ease into it on a disrespect tyler boyd boyd. I like tyler boyd name me another bengals wide receiver dane san's and bhakkar played there once precisely nicely so john us. I said why thousand seventeen n._f._l. Draft i said wide receiver not offensive weapon so anyway unaddressed to see how chavez wards gonna do when he's not lined up against john ross because that's the same speed that's giving him problem camp but like how does he do against boyd. How does he do against non on tyreek. Hill mccoll harvard type speed is he able to keep up a guys is his foot. Were good enough. Can you change directions. Quick enough to stick to guys and not rely on playing catch up uses link in hope. The balls will place to get a make a play on it. The shot brillant seems like he's just spent solid can continue that in the preseason and then. I'm really interested to see what mark fields can do. I will become a play better than any other cornerback team. Just the simple fact that i wanted to be really hard to the chiefs not to play him because i think he's he's got that much talent or see. I'm just here for rashard fitting like i. I'm here for him. How may away no no. I'm not i gotta stop with that because i throw in some serious shopping. I like rashad fit just fine. He's a good returner offense highlights. Yes yes but yeah that's all it. Is you wanna see these guys perform better than we've seen in camp against a worse group of wide receivers achievers start to make feel a little bit more comfortable about the chiefs quarterback situation if they come out and they're able to lock up this group of wide receivers because because they should this isn't a good group of wide receivers so if they're out there they're able to do that. That gives you a little more. Hope going into the season. Even if it is just this preseason because morris claiborne coming they may even still add another guy to the mix we'll see but that that will give you a little hope that they can get through towards towards when the cavalry is coming the guy at cornerback. I'm most interested in seeing with with regards to the starting group is very word. <hes> i wanna see you know we've. We've really had a small sample size of this guy. We really have and i want to see him playing in a steve spagnolo defense. I wanna see him playing off coverage. Frankly <hes> i wanna see him trying to read the routes routes. <hes> read the route distribution making place <hes> guys. I want you to give me one player on oh and one player on d. that you guys are focused in on watching for me. Craig for me player on offense that i'm most excited to watch is darwin thompson <hes>. We've seen him in camp. We know kind of what he is that contact balance that speed that pass catching ability. I want to see him. Run the ball a little more. We didn't see too much of that in camp the days that i was there so i just wanna see what he looks like running the ball probably not between the tackles but i still want to see him ball in his hand see how he looks as running back at this next level and then of course on defense. I wanna see one thornhill. He's he's making wolf an interception a day at this point he is you know they say not to believe in camp reports but you know what when it's happening every single day all the time. There's something there against one is good at foot want is he's excellent out good football. I'm buying so buying it right so i'm expecting you know a couple of picks. He's going to house one like he's. He's gonna put on a show this weekend. It was so obviously this college film that like there was a very clear way that he was winning. He was playing.
"boyd" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Alex Boyd seven kiss her flirting tactic is just hoping someone finds her awkwardness charming Lincoln a movie, unfortunately, this is LA where everyone wants someone who's in an actual movie. Buddy. Every day. Fussy cannot say. Becky, becky. Thank you. Squeezing. Nannyism? But I'm a boss. Your class. Talk to cancer. Will be so big. But the Hague. Hey. Why? Oh. Doc..
"boyd" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"And we have a concept album that we actually raised funds to go to the little dogs and cats during the hurricane it's called dog songs, and there's a song that he he actually inspired the whole thing. He wrote a song about John wicks dog. And I was like we need to put this out into the world. And so then I wrote a song about Santa's little helper are. Cops wrote a song about the dog from national lampoon vacation might Kroll nerdier Joan array on their to Jonah Ray. So please, welcome to the podcast associated of mad magazine. Musician comedian writer, Casey Boyd Philo. Thank you for that wonderful introduction. I didn't know it so many thing. Great. Because Casey Casey is absolutely one of my very closest friends. And it's a joy when you get to kind of bring, you know, because in this town at any town, really you have different groups of friends. They don't always overlap, but I would say that. Julia and Casey are like equally close to me, but kind of not necessarily like in the same hang out and not necessarily gonna find you guys hanging out without me yet. But. A real test. And just wanna say you mentioned off podcasts that you didn't get much sleep last night because you were nervous and. That that was earned because. Still am one friend after this. I'm that you told me that you collaborate with him almost as much as you collaborate with me, and I just feel like it's going to be a real test. Now, we will find out who the mummy and the, Debbie. And I'm the child trag get your validation anytime, you know. Yeah. I'm cited this episode is so funny, and it's really really underrated. Another thing about why cases a great person for this episode is because as much as I talk about the swelter books, I rarely give credit to the person who actually introduced me to them. And that is Casey Boyd. I am the biggest I mean, it's so what happened was I got sent the list of episodes. And I I always did was I went through them. And I was like there's gotta be a sore throat or need to do because he's you know, what am my one of my heroes and one of those guys if I read anything written by him, I everything I right there after is in his voice for a week. I read him. Yeah. Brexit banners voice. It's true. It's hard to read. We talk about his his I guess we'll call them novellas because there are a little bit on the shorter side. We talk about them all the time. And you know, you get the hint that it could just be read and Rex painters. Maybe John Schwartz folder is Rex banner than it. Like never leaves. You all detective novels too. So it has that kind of, you know, hyped up like film, Noir, Pulp Fiction, the kind of thing. I it's also dangerous in a way reading his stuff because he makes it he always very inspiring reading his stuff. And because he makes it looks seem so easy. He just has his way of writing. That's just him speaking. And it's very it's it's always very clever and smart, but it seems so simple. And it's just like, oh, I can do this could do this. Which is what great writers artists you being in look effortless acidly. Yeah. Sam wiles who has been on the puck. Before was submitting stuff to mad magazine and showing some of his work and referring to it as this is the period where I was just trying to right Johnson. Because I mean as a as Casey said like we've talked about this on the podcast before like, you watch a certain thing here certain thing, and.
"boyd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"That's right. What what do you have coming up next? I just finished a great project with Jim, Michael American director, we did a film called in the shadow of the moon, which would be on Netflix that think it's spring really excited about that. Jim is, you know, I think he's kind of an expert thing is mazing director. I don't know. He's he's, we're similar age. He's just God. He's good. I like a lot. Yeah. One more time for everybody, Jim Mickle. He is be think is fourth film. Yeah. Exciting. It's exciting. When you get to look at that stuff, are you gonna maybe try to write some weren't direct, have something for FOX that I'm them writing. It's called the thirst. It's a world in the future stoking world where water scarcity. So probably finished that by the end of the year and see what we can happen with the next year. But yeah, it's been. I'm really excited about this one just how relevant is, and I've never written anything this source scale, so directed. Absolutely not. Would you would you wanna direct someone else stuff? Yeah. Yeah. There's some stuff them looking at. I think it would probably be about another two years before that happens. So when the baby start sleeping through the night, then you get into it. Yeah. Yeah, I really believe in, you know, right for me right now doing one or two things is is enough like writing directing starring in something I don't know about that. Maybe maybe maybe maybe further down the road, but it's just, you know, it's it's your life for two years, at least all yet. No, it's not. It's not a small undertaking. Enormous investment. Energy and blood sweat and tears. Absolutely. Something to look forward to. Oh, yeah. I mean very excited about it. Thank you so much for communist bene- some time with us today. Thank you for having appreciate it. So we already know you're on Instagram. Yeah. Yeah. Robert Boyd? Yes, that's. That's me. That's very southern. Rob boy over. Are you on the Twitter? No, non unfortunately, just Instagram and that way people can find out what you're doing. Pretty much. That's me. I'm not really good poster, but. Find his wife and you can do it. I've been doing what you staring at the baby. I am one of those about the thing is when life gets stressful, give me puppies and babies, so she's awesome. Yeah, she's like my family's completely up today with with him because they don't seem all the time. She's always she's really great about sending photos back and forth. We have. We have we purposes walking purses and we keep in touch with the family. It's a good thing. Where do people find us Jess at our house? Yeah, you're at Leonard Maltin. I'm at.
"boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk
"Welcome back to inside or talk i'm your host rodney boyd and this sunday i have the pleasure of having in studio good friend of mine someone that has really proven that she can take an organization and really reformat it for the needs of today dr al is prince she runs the saint louis area on training and employment effectively known as slate but more important than that she works in a way where she is rethinking how we engage the community businesses in the region in the workforce conversation and i think we as a region or all blessed and better for her presence in what she does you've really unpacked a lot for us in terms of your background i love the connection around our grandfathers did not know that that that just is something that i greatly appreciate i love the vision you bring to this agency and the innovation and what you're doing and i want to talk now about the future we're we're at an inflection point in society in terms of education you know and you and i came up at a time i think we're there was a clarion call and there was an assertion that if you didn't go to college because you weren't going to be successful i think in the eighties and nineties it was like college was the only way into the middle class on an certainly the only way into the upper middle class and we kinda got as a society we kinda got i think not not delusion divided but we can't we kinda got this perspective that that was the be all to end all and we shifted away from skilled work and trade and jobs that didn't require of two or four or seven or eight year academe ick pursuit and we created a false dichotomy of what success was and i think we're suffering now as we hear about the trillions of dollars in student loan debt that can never be messed up with the incomes of of of college grads what is your take on that that philosophy how do you sort of recalibrate people to what success means and get them away from the.
"boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk
"Catchy back guys my money today as rodney boyd keith antone crane durham this is the guys were saying this is this is why we do this this segment of the show great conversation keith you wanna go i really do make a really really quick here here's at the end of the at the end of the day here's what's going to happen folks when these police officers are out there i know i wouldn't make it because i'm gonna shoot i'm always going home every single night i'm gonna shoot first and then i fear for my life i slammed my son the other day and he got up and he was kinda limping and my wife says why did you do that i sit up here for my life works police it works for me anyway so he's gonna say when they're out here they don't ask them crane hey listen rodney hey do you have a daddy it depends on whether i shoot you now they don't ask you hey what's good are you go to i got a son with a three point ninety cbc he's on his way to ku all my kids have degrees i got one getting a masters two masters one get a phd ossification is important but when i get stopped they don't look at keith with a degree from saint louis university they don't look at keith oh he's a christian they don't look at keith and he's been in this community doing well they look at keith does a big black man right and at the end of the day if i make a.
"boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk
"Bloomberg guys digi as the think tank rodney boyd crane durham keith antoni from praise ninety five and always happens this way every time we go to break and it's like the wb frog this started talking and having this great discussion it's like save it keith what were you saying where we came back on well you know i was talking about president trump and and and and in the african american community prior to him running you know i read every book that the that the guy had ever written i had a diller respect for his business successes and and rappers were rapping about him and and the reality was up until that point when he ran for president and start talking about the they're sending us your rapists in your in your drug dealers killers or whatever and when he start mocking you know people would hate the caps and and in all of that in in did you not hear me i never once said anything about infidelity because that doesn't just have okay and i'm not wondering though iraq and high hand the reality is that i'm talking about the meanspirited things that he is that is that is out of his mouth that that creates a problem for me and it will create a problem i don't care who it is you know i remember and i'll share the story really really really quick my grandfather the one time told me that i wasn't s h t and your daddy wasn't and you're never going to know your daddy went as it and you'll never be as asia.