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People Are Dying Due to the Politicization of COVID
"Shoot headline breitbart writer. Insanely blames libs for manipulating trump fans into dying of vaccine refusal. Now this is amazing is this is i. Get the crazy conspiracy theory stuff. I understand that but ultimately think about this theory for just a moment. I got tracy in here too. If you're watching the stream we gotta audio problem. We're trying to fix here and we're gonna we're gonna get that fixed breitbart news writer. John nolte argued monday. That howard stern and the left are using reverse psychology to trick. Republicans dying of covert. Here's the argument that the breitbart john nolte apparently advanced. He said if i were to use reverse psychology to try to convince people not to get a life saving vaccination. I would do exactly what howard stern and the left are doing. I would bully. I would taunt mock and ridicule you for not getting vaccinated knowing that the human response would be well blank you. I'm never going to get vaccinated now. John nolte writes. No one ever wants to feel like. They're being boyd ridiculed or mocked or pushed into doing anything. Now here's media analysis of this. They say that truism sounds compelling absent any additional context but the over-simplification of a complex psychological phenomenon isn't exactly evidence of conspiracy. Nolte goes on to make the absurd case rights media that unvaccinated. Americans are in danger of dying. Because of the media's manipulation. You think there's no truth to that. Do you honestly think there's no merit to to the fact that people are are quite possibly dying because of the politicisation of covert.
Ex-Cops Accused of Violating Floyd's Rights to Be Arraigned
"Former cops accused of violating George place rights are to be arraigned today for former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating George Boyd to civil rights are scheduled for an arraignment in federal court in Minneapolis a federal grand jury indicted Derek Chauvin Thomas lane and fellow officers in may for allegedly depriving Floyd of his rights while acting under government authority all four of the defendants are charged for failure to provide medical care for Floyd when he died in their custody on may twenty fifth twenty twenty Chauvin was sentenced to twenty two and a half years in prison after being found guilty of murder in Floyd's death the other three officers face charges from the state of aiding and abetting murder and manslaughter today's hearing will be held remotely via video conference and could address several pre trial motions including a request from three of the officers to stand trial separate from Chauvin I'm Jennifer king
The Hypocrisy of the NFL Cancelling Victory Boyd's Opening Day Performance Due to Vaccine Refusal
"I was thinking of victory. Void took a knee during the star. Spangled banner was well. She sang while wearing a black lives. Matter shirt i'll bet they'd let her sing that. I'll bet i'll bet that would have gotten her in. That's all she needed to do. And what a crazy. Well you know. It's their rules really in a stadium. Where there's not a vaccine mandate and check that for me derek. Make sure that i'm right. I don't think the fans are required to show proof of vaccination to go to raymond james stadium and somebody here in the tampa bay area can can fact. Check me on that one. If you'd like we're losing our minds. We are absolutely losing our
NFL Cancels National Anthem Performance After Singer Refuses to Vaccinate
"A big football game the big big day tomorrow night. tampa bay is going to host. The dallas cowboys. There's a story associated with the game that has barely been mentioned but there was an article in the epoch times. The told the story of victory boyd. Victory boyd is a twenty seven year old singer songwriter. She's a grammy award. She was a member of the team that produced kanye west's grammy award winning. Jesus is king twenty twenty top contemporary christian album and she was slated to sing the star spangled banner before the tampa bay dallas cowboys game. She asked for religious exemption to not have to take the vaccine well. Nfl said you're fired if you're not vaccinated as you stand in the middle of a football field in a stadium full of sixty five thousand largely unvaccinated people than you can't sing the national anthem before the tampa bay buccaneers dallas cowboys game. Covert insanity is at a fevered pitch. Let that sink in in a stadium. Full an open air stadium of sixty five thousand people many if not most of whom will be unvaccinated twenty-seven-year-old tamp victory. Boyd will not be allowed to sing now. I haven't seen a picture of her yet. But i'm gonna make an assumption. I could be wrong. But i'm gonna make assumption that this is a young black woman and in fact. Yuri are great. Video manager has already found a picture of her. And if you're watching the show on our livestream. Mike online dot com there. She is beautiful young african american woman. You're going to be hard pressed to find much coverage of this controversy and one would think you would be a pretty big story. Don't you think this big story. The woman who was going to sing the star spangled banner before the tampa bay. Dallas game is fired because she won't be vaccinated after seeking a religious exemption from the nfl. Why it's not a big story. You know why you're going to only find it in places like the epoch times evidently because she's a young black woman
Black US Farmers Awaiting Billions in Promised Debt Relief
"The government wants to provide billions of dollars in debt forgiveness for farmers of color as part of the pandemic relief package but a judge has put the money on hold because of lawsuits filed by white farmers claiming reverse discrimination in Virginia John Wesley Boyd junior with the national black farmers association has been spit on called names he once watched as a federal official tore up his farm loan application and threw it in the trash the land knows no color the land never mistreated anybody people do voice says farmers of color like all farmers are struggling but he's not giving up you can leave your PhD do you have children but I can leave my pool raggedy farm to my children boy is pleading with the young people of color to return to the soil more staff void is raising everything from soybeans to beef cattle some of it on land that was once part of a plantation where his ancestors toiled I'm a Donahue
"boyd" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Welcome back. I've got grand boyd. Unlike gram how are you today. I am doing extremely well today. My really looking forward to this conversation. I am too and we've had a little bit of a conversation before we started. You know we're both very passionate and understanding of what burn out can do but before we dive too much into a bunch of share a little bit about yourself with the audience. Thank you michael grant. So i was born in africa. Grew up in south africa. I'm fifty six now so project back. That means i was a at school and a teenager during the final era of apartheid. And as you can imagine that kind of context. I grew up really wondering how on earth could this country change and get to wear it absolutely needed to go in any way that was going to be. Let me say safe for me. To travel along. That journey they was they were not many examples of other countries. Who'd gone through such a major transformation from a very trapped apartheid like political power system to one of true democracy so as you can imagine that kind of context especially if you add in my nature is quite introverted. And i have a very strong sense of fannous as a teenager. I was dealing with bouts of depression on a regular basis. And it's something that has since come back to me on various other occasions the the bit way that links to where we're going in this conversation is it's given me a very deep understanding of the impact of the structures that you're in and the pre shaped types of interactions that you are trapped in the impact that has on each of us as individuals and so when in during the two thousand eight financial crash. I decided to leave proctor and gamble and focus my attention on figuring out what's really making it so difficult for us to thrive at work and for us to build businesses that truly capable of addressing the world's problems you know that that time in south africa gave me a lot of insights and in particularly would really work in the south. African transformation is captured in the truth and reconciliation commission that deep recognition all individuals were as much victims of the system as they were aggressive and so that recognition that the white army police colonel might be as much a victim of the apartheid system that he was born into as the anc armed wing leader and that opened up space for deep. Transformation shifted it from individuals. Thinking all of the loud is me. It's just me. I have to carry everything. I have to fix my depression. I have to fix my burnout into recognition of what is me at. It's up to me to change that. And what is the system. I'm embedded in an then. I need to get out of the system. Or i need to rebuild the system from the ground up and what can i do to rebuild pushes. The tighter the book notes an amazing book. And i love how you framed it that way because when people are stressed or burned out or depressed we take it on ourselves. We think okay. It's one hundred percents our fault. It's all us. When in fact there are other systematic situations or environments situations. Could be work could be home. Typically as we often see it tends to be more the workplace. That is a big driver of burnt out. But you know family dynamics as well can create those challenges as well but ultimately knowing what you can do yourself to live your best life and do the things best for you and then have the clarity and this is a big thing for a lot of people is and i know you believe in this as well is having the clarity to know. Okay this is the things that i need to work on for me and these are the things that i needed to work on regarding my work situation when you have clarity. You'll see what you can do. But when you're in a deep depression or in a burned-out state all you see us. If anything is fog you're not clear and anything you do may or may not be beneficial and might be a situation where you're just trying anything and unfortunately that you're just walking aimlessly in the woods and who knows where you're going to encounter if you do it that way. So the clarity thing comes in but in order to get that clarity you have to get yourself into more healthy physical and mental state and sometimes that is might be the biggest hurdle of all for some of us. Yes absolutely yeah. It's one of the challenges. That jack michael thrown i had writing. The book was. Jack's profession is economics. He's an economics professor in the us and my will wipe first. Profession was fixed nine tended to become a physics professor. Not an rnd manager in proctor and gamble. Which as i said. I left twelve years ago to focus on. How can we address the big global challenges. We face through the power of business now. What we realized was that we had to write a book that spanned everything across the six stronger that we talk about in the book which is straw to one is how do we work within our cells our interactions because until we can get ourselves internally into a space where we have the space we have the capacity now selves to actually see what's happening in take distance from our cells. We're not going to be able to work effectively with other people. Interact with them. Which is what we have a straw to our interactions with other people and until we can interact effectively with other people. We're gonna struggle with strontium three which is organization design roles accountabilities. how the work place is structured. And most of the initiatives that we see at the moment are looking at one or perhaps two.
"boyd" Discussed on Meanwhile On Our Plane
"Through. Welcome to episode twenty two in this space podcast episode. I'm chatting with jenna boyd. Geno plays the role of us in the london. Cast of come for away. He can follow geno on instagram. Ulta at jenna boyd. Uk but before much out. We've jenna his income for away news from around the world this week in london news. The show is in its fifth week back. And we've even had a few standby davies. Yesterday's matinee mocked the cost craze five hundred. Uk shark in the us. The national tour on the broadway show a boesch set to reopen soon with the broadway show opening on september twenty first and the national tori stein in october. My few showers will have new kevin tease with jane. Seo taking ira for original original. Kevin t. chart kimball on broadway and jeremy would taking iva from andrea. Simone ski on the us national tour talking of seventies. The food costs for the apple. Tv pro shoot which is coming out on. September tenth has been announced and in not production. Broadway style by tony lopez will be planned. Kevin captaincy in australia news. Sadly the show is going to remain close to at least the first year of september ju to a novel lockdown out that because of the corona virus some of the costs that don't live in sydney actually stranded out linemen as they've applaud the australian government to try and go home to narrow whether they live to spend time with family and loved ones during this lock down but the government keep declining the applications so at the moment is trying to get hyme And there is a petition and more information on that which i believe in the show night if anyone wants to help out and sign the petition to try and get them home finally. There's some good news for the toronto production as they announced sunday of december the seventh to reopen insurance. I this is great news because the lost to get a return day of the original five questions which means that hopefully in december all five reductions would be able to be reopened again. My recommendation for this week is to go check out new music from lisa hambo which comes out on friday. Laser is stage manager who works on the toronto production and i've interviewed her in a previous episode. So i'll leave. That linked down below leases. New song with you will be available and i changed spotify or wherever you find your.
Race in the Ranks: Investigating Racial Bias in the U.S. Military
"More than seventy years after the armed services were integrated. It is still a fact of life in the us military. That african americans are more likely to be disciplined and less likely to be promoted than whites as we first reported earlier this year. Even the most successful black officers routinely feel the sting of racial bias. A large segments of the rank and file believe the system is stacked against the military has made attempts to deal with inequality before. But this time it's happening under the eye of lloyd. Austin is countries first african american secretary of defense or former soldier. Who experienced discrimination firsthand. It doesn't change As you climb the ladder You still you still get the doubts. They're always going to be people because of what you look. That will question your qualifications. Boyd austin climbed every wrong in the army starting at west point and rising all the way to four star general many times breaking barriers as the first african american ever to hold the job. There's probably not a job. That i had since i was lieutenant colonel or some people in question whether or not. I was qualified to to take that job. It's the world. I live in and and i'm sure that the other officers that you talked to would probably say the same thing. There's not a day in my life. David when i didn't wake up and think about the fact that i was a black man a number of the african american so we have talked to for this story have should when they are the only one in the room. Feel as if they're not being listened to did you have that experience absolutely had that experience. And i found ways to operate to adapt in one thousand nine hundred ninety five as the eighty second airborne first african american operations officer then lieutenant colonel austin adapted by having someone else give his briefings someone. He felt white officers. Were more likely to listen to.
"boyd" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show
"On news brought and read it for yourself. Get in get educated. Get involved calling your member of congress. Korea elected officials and tell them that You know what can they do about this atrocity about these people on us right now federal court. What can they do to us is there. Is there like any kind of on the website like a petition. The numbers that we should call a pacific you know. Remember the congress. Yes benny give me. The number for the website and I'm sorry for the national black fondness associates. Efficient number is eight. Four six nine one eight five two eight eight four six nine one eight five two eight and my email addresses my first investor j. b. all rightey at john boy. Join your dot com and again You know for people who don't know your history reverend you would you. You've been out here for a long time. And often towns reno lift up the people that are up supporters. I know i haven't had time to guess. What thank you for your support You wanted a few civil rights leaders back in day. Pick up the phone. As able. And how can i help you. How can i help you get your your notices about congress and we got stalled on a on a second. Deputy up outside the second Lay filed a lawsuit that helped the eighty three thousand farmers get their cases are based on merit. You wanted a few civil rights leaders that supported me in congress learned. Thank you thank you for that. And i'm still supporting. And i'm i'm gonna do right. I i i gotta find that farm Down from five. Am to eight pm. But i could definitely. I got they would you for a little bit. I get and my wife was telling me. I got to know the. Nf you Yeah i. I'm gonna let you go here actually. Let me meet me through this last or anything you want to add before we go to for yes i do i do for anybody can watch and don't never give up although i'm not went into physicians in court right now i'm never ever gonna get up and keep your hands in god's hands and if you believe in justice keep pulling down on all people down aukin. Don't let it go and eventually the off justice we've been your way but you can't give up and On a station never never ever give up so so. Thank you everybody for your support. That's how i guess a today. And he is john boyd and i in raviol- with your host of the coolest. Show what you heard on this episode. Subscribe to the podcast on your favorite podcast at one hundred climate and pop hosted by twitter and facebook visit the polish show dot com where you can take action climbing justice right can also learn more about this podcast to one hundred percent we say. Thank you for listening and all.
"boyd" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"Dr ria boyd. Is a pediatrician and public. Health advocate who writes teaches about the relationship between structural racism and equity and health. She co developed the conversation between us and about us a national campaign to bring credible information about cova vaccines directly to black and latin ex communities. Dr boy thank you for taking the time to talk us in. What must be a very busy season of your your life course. Thank you so much for having me. Let's get into the conversation that we're all having right now and this has been the hardest thing for me. I've been really excited to talk to you and was so grateful that you were coming on our show and i had a hard time coming up with questions because i felt like that. It's just the question is what we're all really focused on right now. I personally in one of those rare breakthrough cases. I ended up getting infected with kovin sick a few weeks ago and and have been working really hard to find compassion for people who choose not to be vaccinated. And and i know that it's a lot deeper than just your political party and And the polarization that we have so many of these people are being fed..
"boyd" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"My hero of the week is people who've gotten vaccinated may yeah. Hey like and. I'll tell you i've been thinking about this. It's because i've had in the last couple of weeks i've had a couple of cova scares I took the baby to a like a little family event With very small group of friends and family and you know couple of days later found out someone their head covadonga and that night went to dinner with people who'd spent july fourth in province town. Now this is before interesting. What had happened there that we there's massive outbreak there But everybody around had been vaccinated and wore masks indoors. And i am so grateful that they did that. Because you know these were a couple of breakthrough cases and they were. They're totally this person. Who had it was totally fine. The people in province town who've been in how didn't get it but man if this had been a year ago pre vaccine when you know who knows what happened. And i'm just grateful that to be surrounded by people who are doing what they're supposed to be doing because things aren't perfect and there's some breakthrough cases but they're preventing everybody else from from suffering and getting really sick so thank you out there to the people who are doing what the community is asking you to do. I know it's not ideal but it's it is working. yeah idea. isn't that like covert disappears overnight. It's that fewer and fewer people. Get it and those who do are are okay and that's what's happening. Yeah well great. I think that's great. And also the heroes who have dedicated so much time the healthcare workers and volunteers who have dedicated themselves to helping get shots and arms and distributing this vaccine. So i had them in there and and yeah you know we of course talk about this. A lot with dr boyd. So we don't need to go into it in too much detail right now with my own breakthrough case it's Still exceedingly rare to get a breakthrough case and Among my circle..
"boyd" Discussed on Today in True Crime
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European wax center has added enhanced health and hygiene measures for extra confidence in care. What do you have to lose other than some hair head to weck center dot com to book your reservation today. That's wax center dot com to book your reservation today and remember your first. Wax is free and now back to the story on july twenty ninth. Eighteen sixty two. The northern army finally imprisoned one of the south's most dedicated spies eighteen year. Old belle boyd. She was locked up in washington. Dc where all she could do was await the end of the american civil war but it turned out. Luck was on boyd side later that same year. The union army released boyd in a prisoner swap. They sent boy to richmond. Virginia the capital of the confederacy freed from captivity bell travelled straight home where she immediately resumed her old tricks but by now she was already well known so she was practically useless as a spy. The union caught her again in july of eighteen. Sixty three a year after her first arrest but bell was undeterred. She waved confederate flags out her cell window and loudly sang. Dixie for all the nearby union guards to hear she even set up. A method of communicating with the outside confederate sympathizers shot arrows with rubber balls through her window with a bow. She would then so messages into the ball before tossing it back out again during her five month. Long prison sentence. She fell deathly ill with typhoid fever. Barely surviving to tell the tale after she recovered. The union army released her and expelled her to the south. Once again buoyed went back to her old tricks this time as a courier instead of a spy despite nearly getting caught again buoyed stayed out of northern. Clutches made her way to england and married a year later. The south lost the civil war. But even this didn't get in the way of bell boyd's legacy. Her postwar career was almost stranger than her time as a spy. Boyd had one daughter of her own. She was a ruthless mother. Even shooting at a young suitor who insulted her daughter by eighteen sixty five. She was reportedly living on her own. As a widow it was around then that she released her memoirs belle boyd in camp and prison she also took to the stage starring in productions all across england. Eventually she returned to the states and continued to act in plays. She wrote herself a one woman lecture and performance tour in eighteen sixty six. She named her new one woman. Show the perils of a spy and styled herself as cleopatra of the succession belle boyd had quite a reputation in the south but she still found herself financially struggling now with five children and a new husband. Her life was dramatically different than she had imagined. It would be. She died of a heart attack on stage in nineteen hundred at the age of fifty six though many women spied for both sides during the american civil war. Bell boyd's boldness and strange glamour has fascinated historians throughout the ages. No doubt her memory will one day. Fade along with the oppression. She fought for. Thanks for listening today in true crime. I'm vanessa richardson. If you're interested in more stories about the american civil war check out our episodes of unsolved murders on the death of confederate sympathizer. John rains you can find more episodes of today in true crime. And all other spotify originals. From podcast for free on spotify. We'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in true crime today in. True crime is a spotify. Original from podcast. It is executive produced by max cutler. Sound design by paul liba skin with production assistance by ron shapiro. Trent williamson carly madden and aaron larson. This episode of today in true crime was written by matthew team. Draw with writing assistance by terrel wells and fact checking by amber hurley. I'm vanessa richardson. 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Business Reputation Hackers Secrets With Objection Co. Founder Curtis Boyd
"Talk to me about some of the reputation. Hackers secrets our people building managing and monitoring their reputation. There's kind of two angles at this reputation hacker stuff the first is for building reputations positively even though all synthetic and fake at the end of the day it's positive businesses essentially saying. Hey i'm having a hard time. Getting my customers write reviews normally s because of the lack of intention about providing an amazing experience honestly like businesses. Who are really shelling out. Amazing experiences have no problem generating tons of reviews so for those companies who just don't wanna muster the reputation. Fortitude really are being intentional about providing amazing customer experience. They'd rather spend a few hundred bucks online and go buy some reviews and compete in the marketplace unfortunately more and more people who sell fake reviews. They're starting the sell one-star reviews for competitors. So when you place in order for twenty or thirty positive five star reviews. They're gonna start saying. Hey how about one or two or three negative one star reviews for your competitors in your local market on. We add that to the menu and they found out that they could actually charge a lot more for it so they only charge ten to fifteen bucks for a fake google review since i left. Check yesterday on twenty different sites. They're charging fifty to one hundred dollars for a one star review for your competitors because that's the equivalent of five negative reviews right if when you give it one star. You're taken off a star from four other reviews and anything under five stars looks bad. It's actually eleven to one. So for every one star review get e need eleven. Good wants to mitigate that damage all right so the bad guys the guys that are selling the reviews the synthetic content creators. they're charging a premium to help. You denigrated your competition. That's one secret a dirty one. Also not very good for karma. What are some of the other reputation. Secrets reputation hacker secrets. Well there's a lot of clicking going on just as you said like in podcast yesterday like you can enhance your rating by getting downloads. Because that shows engagement that shows interest the same thing is happening and local listings where people will sell packages that include like synthetic clicks and synthetic traffic to try and drive more engagement on even listing sites like google to try to push people up and it's more benign than fake reviews itself. But it's still interesting to see people offering these tertiary services to try and manipulate these search engines in their algorithms to say. Hey these guys are more relevant and these guys are maybe a better fit for what you're searching
The USDA Is Set to Give Black Farmers Debt Relief
"Massive covid relief package includes billions for the U. S Department of Agriculture to wipe away the debt of farmers of color. But these farmers have been promised relief before to make up for decades of discrimination, and many are skeptical that this time will be different as an as Emma hurt of member station WSB in Atlanta, reports Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is in Fort Valley, Georgia on a sunny Saturday morning trying to convince a group of black farmers to trust his department again. No surprise here. I'm a white guy from the Midwest and I'm hot, So if you don't mind I'm gonna take my coat on is that all right? Phil Sack lays out the details of an estimated four billion in debt forgiveness for His and the relief are a big Phil Sack lays out the details of an estimated four billion in debt forgiveness for farmers of color, which he says will begin this month. His trip and the relief are a big deal an acknowledgement of long standing discrimination. And so they had a chance. To grow to expand. As a result, over the years of skepticism of the USDA has deepened and it affects how some farmers view this latest relief package. It's like the Fox watching the henhouse. John Boyd is president of the National Black Farmers Association. He's a Virginia farmer who became an advocate decades ago after facing loan discrimination himself, just about every 8.5 to 9 years. Something happens in this issue. And I don't have many more eating a half for nine years left in my span here to get some some real significant change in place so that we can say the next generation of black farmers
Crews Remove Barriers, Memorials at George Floyd Square
"Where George Floyd was killed. CBS is Mark Fry is their crowd stood in disbelief. Some cried. Others chanted George Floyd's name as city crews used bulldozers and other machinery to remove concrete barriers at the sight of George Boyd's murder last year. The sign has been closed off to traffic ever since Floyd's killing as city leaders have squared off with locals about how to reopen the South Minneapolis intersection. Mark Fry for CBS News, Minneapolis and is more of the country
George Floyd's Family to Visit White House on Tuesday
"Says he's going to host the George Boyd's family at the White House next Tuesday to mark the one year anniversary of his death. Biden had also planned to sign the George Floyd Justice and Policing Act by the anniversary on Tuesday, But lawmakers in Congress are not expected to meet that deadline. A
Where Does Biden Stand on Policing in Communities of Color?
"The epidemic of black men being killed by police. But he's also presented himself as an ally of the law enforcement community. NPR's Juana Summers takes a look at the line. The president is walking when Joe Biden offered his condolences to George Boyd's loved ones in a video played at Floyd's funeral last year. Supposed to question Why do so many black people in America wake up knowing they could lose their lives? Now is the time for racial justice. That's the answer. We must give to our Children when they ask why. Because when there is justice for George Floy, we will truly be on our way to racial justice in America. Aside from the policing overhaul bill that carries George Floyd's name that is stalled in Congress. Biden does not have a clear agenda to deliver on his promise of making real change and policing and communities of color. Congresswoman Brenda
George Floyd's brother sheds tears on the stand
"George Floyd's brother testified in the trial in Minneapolis of the former police officer accused in his death he's the younger brother in the family aloneness Neil below it he testified he looked up to his Big Brother and George Floyd looked out for him he used to make the best banana mayonnaise sandwiches and he used to make syrup sandwiches because George can cook the prosecution showed colonus Floyd a picture of his mother with a young boy was my older brother Joe likes it yes both also doctor Jonathan rich a cardiology expert echoed earlier witnesses testifying it wasn't a drug overdose or a heart condition that killed George Boyd it was the truly the prone restraint and positional restraints that led to his at sixty ation take from court TV I met Donahue
Testimony Continues in Derek Chauvin Trial
"On Derek Calvin's use of force is expected today in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd yesterday, prosecutors showed how show been violated department policy with his knee on Floyd's next for more than nine minutes. Police Chief Materia are in Dondo. It is contrary to our training. To indefinitely. Thanks. Your knee. Morning. You can come Individual your doctor Bradford Lang and fell to pronounce boy dead, testified he believed it was lack of oxygen. It was One of the more likely possibilities. Sheldon's lawyer blames Boyd's death on drugs and on cross exam. Asked if that can cause hypoxia or lack of oxygen, which the doctor agreed with.
MLB All-Star Game yanked from Atlanta over voting law
"This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish and I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles. Totally unnecessary. That is what a top lieutenant in the Minneapolis Police Department said today about the way that former police officer Derrick Show Vin Pressed his knee into the neck of George Floyd, he testified on the fifth day of Sheldon's murder trial. NPR's Adrian Florido has been covering the proceedings and joins us again from Minneapolis. Hey, Adrian. Hi, Elsa. All right. So today wrapped up the trial's first week, which, as you know, I've been talking about has been packed with so much emotional testimony, like from bystanders who watched Floyd died to first responders who couldn't revive him. But today the trial seemed to shift a little right. Tell us a little bit about that. Yeah. Today, the prosecution worked to build its case that Derrick show Vin used excessive force on George Floyd. And to do that they called Lieutenant Richard Zimmerman to the stand. He is the longest serving police officer in the Minneapolis PD. He's been on the force since 1985. He's the head of the homicide division. And importantly, after George Floyd's death, he was one of the department employees who publicly condemned what show Vin did. Prosecutor Matthew Frank spent time today asking him about the dangers of restraining a suspect by laying them face down. Have you ever in all the years you've been working for the Minneapolis Police department. On been trained. To kneel on the neck of someone who is handcuffed behind their back in a prone position. No, I haven't. Is that if that were done with that be considered force absolutely. What level of force might that be? That would be the top tier the deadly force. Why? Because of The fact that if you need is on a person's neck That can kill him. Not not mincing words. They're obviously right. Well, what exactly did Lieutenant Zimmerman's say about the way show Vin handle George Floyd. So here is the same prosecutor asking Zimmerman a question about what he saw in the body cam footage of George Boyd's arrest. What is your? You know, your View of that use of force during that time period. Totally unnecessary. What do you mean? Well, first of all. Pulling him down to the ground face down. And putting your knee on the neck. For that amount of time. Is just Uncalled for. I saw no reason why The officers felt they were in danger if that's what they felt. And he said, the danger is what show then I would've had to field to justify keeping his his knee on Floyd's neck for that, Monk. E mean it's not every day that you hear. A police officer, especially a senior police officer criticized Another officer, even a former one, right, right? Yeah. But on cross examination, eyes show, Vin's attorney, Eric Nelson, worked to poke holes in his testimony, his main focus being the latitude that police officers are allowed during under the police department's use of force policy when they're responding to incidents, So here's Nelson asking that the same witness a question. You would agree, however, that in the fight for your life generally speaking in a fight for your life, you is an officer are allowed to use whatever force is reasonable and necessary. Correct? Yes. And that could even involve improvisation, agreed. Yes. Minneapolis Police department policy allows a police officer to use whatever means there never are available to him to protect himself and others, right? Yes. The defense attorney there, obviously giving clues about the kind of arguments he's going to make when it's his turn to present his case that show been feared for his life that he was dealing with the dynamic situation. Struggling suspect an angry crowd. And real quick. When do we expect the defense to start calling their own witnesses? Well. The prosecution is expected to wrap up their case by the end of next week. And then it'll be the defense's turn. We expect starting the following week that is NPR's Adrian Florido in Minneapolis. Thank you, Adrian. Thank you, Elsa. Critics say that George is controversial New election law restricts voter access and disproportionately effects people of color and in protest Major League Baseball announced today It will relocate the summer's All Star game and draft out of Georgia and under pressure from voting rights advocates. Major companies like Delta and Coca Cola have issued critical statements. Now. Stetson University law professor Ciara Tourist Spellissy studies the influence of corporations and lawmaking earlier today, I spoke to her about what she found striking about this wave of corporate criticism. One of the things that's remarkable about the new statements from Delta and Coca Cola is that they have changed positions a few days ago. They put out pretty Tepid criticisms and or support for the Georgia legislation, and now that the legislation has become law, and they've been under pressure from voting rights advocates They have changed their tune on. That doesn't happen that often. Let's dig into that a little more, because obviously corporate America lobbies. Statehouses Congress for all kinds of things, right? Can you talk about how aggressive they can be in this area or how reluctant they have been in this area in the past? So corporations have two main ways that they influence policy. One is through corporate donations to particular candidates. They then spend even more money lobbying lawmakers to get the policies that they want. Now, most of the policies that a corporation wants are for its own benefit. No, this is a little bit different because voting rights advocates in Georgia put pressure on corporations not just because they were located in Georgia, but also because they had given money to Some of the politicians who created this regressive Election law in Georgia. Can you talk about a moment in recent history where we've seen corporate activism lead to significant legislative change? I think the biggest Example of this was the 2017 tax cut. And the tax cut was literally for corporations. So you had political donors putting enormous pressure on Members of Congress and the corporate tax rate was cut significantly. Another example is bathroom bills and so by bathroom bills. These are Laws at the state level that direct individuals to only use the bathroom of the gender of their birth. And one of these bathroom bills was passed in North Carolina. The end see double a pulled championship games from North North Carolina. And that got AH lot of attention and and North Carolina. Rolled back that bathroom, Phil. We've been hearing a lot, especially in the last year about corporate responsibility, so to speak. What you going to be looking for going forward to see whether this is Real or not, well, one of the things that we saw after the riots at the Capitol on January 6th. Woz corporations deciding to pull back corporate PAC money from the Republicans who objected to The electoral college votes for Joe Biden. But now there is pressure from the U. S Chamber of Commerce, which is one of the largest trade associations in America. It's also one of the largest Dark money, political spenders in America, and they're urging their members to get back in the political spending game. So one of the things that I will look at After Georgia and after the riots on January, 6th is Do any of these corporations actually changed their political spending behavior. Ciara Torres Spellissy is a professor of law at Stetson University in Gulf Port Florida. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you. There is a new attempt to bring the U. S and Iran back to the 2015 nuclear deal with one The Trump administration left in direct talks are set to begin in Vienna next Tuesday.
Store cashier expresses `disbelief, guilt' over George Floyd
"George Boyd was arrested for allegedly passing a counterfeit $20 bill to a convenience store cashier store video played in court Chode Floyd, laughing and talking with others in the store minutes before his death. Video outside of the store showed police officers taking Floyd out of a car in handcuffing him and his testimony. 19 year old Christopher Martin, who sold Floyd a pack of cigarettes, said he immediately believed the $20 bill that Floyd gave him was fake. But Floyd might not have known it and he regretted taking the bill it all, Martin said as he watched the deadly encounter between then Officer Derek Shobin and Floyd. He felt disbelief and
Witnesses: Onlooker anger increased as Floyd stopped moving
"Witnesses described their frustration during the second day of testimony in the murder trial of their children the former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Boyd's death witnesses at the trial in Minneapolis describing kept back by police and the feeling of helplessness and growing anger as they pleaded with Derek show open to take his D. off of George plates neck is not what I said is what he said eighteen year old are now a Frazier was one of several witnesses who cried as she testified it wasn't right he was he was stuttering the prosecution buttressed their testimony with multiple videos some of which had never been seen before Minneapolis firefighter Genevieve Hanson happened upon the scene on a day off I would have been able to provide medical attention to the best of my abilities she was upset by the officers failure to render aid and called nine one one and I literally watched not pick the calls not to anything from the trial was provided by court TV I'm Jennifer king
Jurors shown video at ex-officer's trial in Floyd's death
"Video of George Floyd gasping for breath was essentially exhibit a as a trial of the former police officer charged in his death gets under way in Minneapolis what happened in those nine minutes and twenty nine seconds when Mr Derek Jarman was applying this excessive force to the body of Mr George Floyd former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is charged with murder in the second degree murder in the third degree and manslaughter in Hennepin county courthouse prosecutor Jerry Blackwell show jurors footage at the earliest opportunity right Sheldon's defense attorney Eric Nelson so the officer did what he had been trained to do over his nineteen year career arriving to assist other officers struggling to get flood into a squad car there are always two sides to a story Nelson disputed the children was to blame for Boyd's death twenty to heart disease and methamphetamine and fentanyl found in Floyd system the autopsy revealed many other issues I'm Jennifer king
Trial of Derek Chauvin, officer charged in George Floyd's death, gets underway
"Opening statements and former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show van's trial in connection to the killing of George Floyd. Now underway. You're going to hear that he was a veteran on the Minneapolis police Department for 19 years. Have been trained in CPR multiple times at the time, and you'll be able to see for yourself that when Mr Floyd was in distress, Mr Chavez Wouldn't helping didn't help him. Speaking before opening statements, attorney for the Floyd Family Antonio Ramen, Uchi said that this case should not be about the past of George Floyd. But on Lee what happened to him before he died. Case of common sense. This is not a case about George Boyd's character. This is not a case about George Floyd's past. This is the case about what happened on May 25th of 2000 and 20. The defense is expected to argue that Floyd's death was caused by drug use and unrelated medical
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"Especially from a ruined country communities. I strongly recommend your continued investable, including its longest in twelve's such a vampire builder. Now is not the time to show this nation has historically had to connect our people. And places passion to rail system. Thank you for allowing this opportunity to share these columns with oil. Thank you very much. Mr Tests. President Clinton, you're now recognize. Thank you for being here. Good morning, Chairman, Wicker, ranking member Cantwell and other members of the committee. Thank you for the invitation and the opportunity to appear here today, But before I make my remarks, I just want to take a moment to recognize and remember. Her Mr Allen Boyd. Mr. Allen Boyd. Alan Boyd was Amtrak's third president and passed away just a few days ago. And he certainly left Amtrak in a much better position than when he arrived. And we're forever grateful to him for his long service to our nation, where, among others, he was our first secretary of transportation. Amtrak delivered record performance in fiscal year 19 and we were excited to see that Fiscal year, 2020 was set to be another record year. However, as the pandemic took hold in March, are ridership plummeted by 97%. Just for some context, we carried more than 80,000 daily passengers in February. By April, there were less than 4000 passengers per day. And by way of example, today or yesterday we had 17,000 passengers across our network. Thanks to the care, Zack. We managed to survive physically or 20. But our river ridership and revenue are still down. More than 80%. We recently updated our our forecast for fiscal year. 21. We anticipate needing up to $4.9 billion in total funding, Operate and invest in our network,.
"boyd" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast
"Joe Boyd Ed name checked I tunes today. Made me so happy I. Is that still how people listen to to APPs on there can be two to music on their computer probably Well, this brain fart brings me to. The excuse. Now that the credits are over I, just want to mention that today's episode was recorded. On For the facts to get the facts, right? Today's episode was recorded with Joe Boyd who was in London and I myself was in Portland Oregon we recorded on a September seventeenth twenty twenty. And I just. In the podcast at the end after I've done all of the credits just wanted to mention that we. The people of Portland Oregon in specifics and the people of Oregon more generally and the people of the west coast of the United. States have been living with a an excessive amount of wildfire smoke. During this time period, it's actually been clearer for for for several days now, which is a. Really Amazing, I will never take a normal. Day of Blue Sky for granted again. the. I was talking to a friend. Just, the other day down in Los Angeles no less who was not aware of how bad the AIR POLLUTION WAS IN PORTLAND? during a roughly an eleven day period. and. It was so bad that I. Want to mention it in today's episode of. A I have a an extensive amount of privilege in that I did not have to. Leave. My House to work I didn't have to go outside other than to get groceries. or by choice to water the garden but At I'm not a scientist. So I'm not going to put a number on the on the level of air pollution, but it was so significantly high I mean for one visibility was terrible for two. It has a really severe impact on. Mental Acuity for people like me especially it lowered..
"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..
"boyd" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast
"We talk about that as well on today's episode. Joe Boyd thank you for joining us on radio survivor today. A pleasure. Well. I've I reached out to you because I'm a huge fan of your podcast which is. Not, what you're primarily known for, but I'd love to talk about. The work that you put into your podcast and ask you how it is going. And find out like how you approached. You know making this particular piece of. Of Audio, to share with the world. Well I. It's not going at all I did it. Four to five years ago I think. and. I really enjoy doing it, but I have a book to write. And I fought after twice around the alphabet for those who don't know it's called Joe Boys Aid Zach said. Or A to Z for Americans and it's ten minute. Clip starting basically. Musical journeys triggered by a song starting with the letter. In question. and. I don't do it anymore from. So it just is up there and people listen to it, and I get a report and people seem to keep listening to it. and. Sometimes, it gets a little surges than it sort of goes back down a little bit and at the moment it seems to be on a little bit of an uptick. And Why the reason why I didn't know whether or not it was Whether. It was ongoing or not is when you when you left off you. You didn't sign off and say goodbye. Ryan, you've got to when you when you did forty. Twenty six times too when you did forty to. Thirty Oh what a nice round number fifty to. One for every week of the year. But well, tell me about tell me about when you started at at a what, what was what was going on for you to to create the project or not a well first day. The first day? Yeah. Well. A series of things I suppose. Came together and led me to start this project I'm? I'm I've been a record producer. Most of my life I've pretty much backed off doing that I wrote a book called White Bicycles making music in the nineteen sixties with did pretty well. And then I started nine about twelve years ago. Writing another book. On. The subject of what? People used to call..
"boyd" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A lot of us Tyree Boyd pates has changed up his work routine he's the curator at the Autry museum of the American west in Los Angeles and normally he's focused on the past but right now he's looking at the present we are looking for home recipes and we're looking for digital images of people's face masks were also looking for photography it's heads the Autry's collecting community history initiative they're creating a rendering of life in the American west during covert nineteen it's of the utmost importance to collect objects from the present because this moment won't be the same tomorrow the museum is closed but during this time they've been assembling a digital collage of quarantine the anniversary of a couple who couldn't celebrate with their families so they took a portrait with their dog in their living room one person submitted a photo of a mask that she crafted to match traditional Navajo regalia and it's not just adults who are getting in on the action Boyd pates got a diary entry from a six year old who is sick of being stuck inside this file had said that when they were documenting the moment that they didn't go anywhere because it rained all day so we play indoors the archery is releasing the digital project bit by bit on its blog for the moment but a gallery exhibit is planned for when it's safe to reopen Boyd pates says the project helps people come to grips with this moment we're living through it also allows them to be their own curatorial voices for their own communities and seeing what archival materials should have always been in museum archives.
"boyd" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte
"And so parenting in apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that we would do. You know when you when you live long enough all kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that the Greek heroes where the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Hi Welcome to buy a new series here on Sci fi talk and the sci-fi Talk Archive podcast. It can either be full interviews or a comment from current and past interviews time-wise about one to four minutes on an average here is billy boyd. Talking about using real shorts and the locations for the Lord of the Rings Trilogy I think speaks only guys that whenever we could use the real saw. When it wasn't a safety thing then we would always use the heavy ru solved because like Emerson in the movie why real and no one ever swapped it for like aluminium ones. That was fought a safety thing that we had to what it was incredible and then when we got the Elven dagoes is getting a gift. You know onset. Someone says okay. This is the plus the elven daggers. And you know you get this amazing Any talk about her. You're going to win. You know so you ha- that can a fun thing that all out? Thank I'll wear on the opposite but lower than the slogan of uptight like Besson. It's just it was great locations for a definite. Thanks but the one what I thought. This is almost unreal was them Rubio will McKnight and Maria that lose weight rooks. That's really there and I have no idea but we had to wait for three days because of weather and the helicopters couldn't he couldn't land so we spent three days just hanging around a room like this because we're right in the middle of nowhere. It wasn't as applicant hang around in a nice hotel or send him Iran's once we actually made up that it was just incredible and went to their estate up there. The Whole Day is too much hassle because weather and stuff to get the helicopter Sunday night so there was a very smoke crew in cash we would just set out having lunch in this amazing location and that that's a great memory for me..
"boyd" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Thank you very much very much miss merry merry brownie brownies this morning nice lady you do this you all morning let me get your reaction to the fact that Lee Boyd Malvo the DC sniper who was eighteen at the time that the killings or seventeen rather at the time of the killings he he's now eligible for parole in the state of Maryland it will be after serving twenty years of his life sentence without parole thanks to new laws signed by governor nor them yesterday this new Virginia law ends life without parole sentences for juveniles that will make and make the notorious mass murderer who terrorized the nation's capital almost two decades ago eligible for parole ring from USA today here likely ending his legal challenge at the Supreme Court and in fact he did and his legal challenge that the Supreme Court regarding his sentencing they dropped his lawyers in in an agreement with the state of Virginia yesterday dropped that case at the Supreme Court because they don't need argue for recent resentencing anymore because now they can say what he's eligible for parole Sam he was seventeen in two thousand two Lee Boyd Malvo that is when he and that older man John Allen Muhammad killed ten people over three weeks in Virginia Maryland and the district of Columbia locking this region in a panic about going outside about filling up your car about being able just to go about your daily business as these guys maintained a mysterious pattern for some time where they were shooting people randomly it seemed around our area from inside of the vehicle that they had modified in order to allow them to fire while laying prone and shooting out from the trunk it was obviously something that caught the nation's attention and definitely brought this region to a standstill and I wonder about your reaction this morning that governor nor them by way of his actions is enabling a guy like Lee Boyd Malvo to be one step closer to actually achieving parole although of course he's got his Maryland senses as well to contend with but these are the types of people who would be eligible now thanks to governor nor them eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five eight eight eight six three zero W. 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L. merry I was I just couldn't believe it I was like wait a second of all people the DC sniper might be eligible for parole under this law granted like I said he's got the Maryland cases I mean they've got you've got a situation here where he's been charge multiple life sentences without parole in Maryland but still what are what is governor Ortom thinking what are these lawmakers thinking in Richmond you know what they're thinking I'm gonna I'm gonna allow this guy I'm gonna give this guy all these rights and then help the Democrats that's what it is it's it's a way I think I view it as a way of politicians find votes was something that belongs to someone else right it's it's buying votes with with your safety or buying votes with your money what it or we're gonna expect it's like when they extend benefits to a certain group and and so that make or we're going to up the child care tax you know the the tax exemption that you get the we're we're gonna increase that answer because all vote for that guy he's gonna give me money is actually using someone else's money to give it to you is taking it from someone who doesn't have children and giving it to people who do have children right so it's just a it's just a reverse shot pulling of something that doesn't belong to them in order to benefit them right and that's what this is well I think if if these guys I mean we talk about the DC snipers they were responsible for not only those ten deaths in our area but Malvo actually in two thousand six cop to authorities that both he and Muhammad were guilty of four additional shootings those for we're victims also shot in two thousand two in Los Angeles California and also in Clearwater Florida in Denton Texas and baton Rouge Louisiana Louisiana so they their plans were to go well beyond right the state that DC was not where they were going to stop I mean they had this whole plan of like you know raising an army of boys that they collected it M. YMCAs around the country and went to Canada and they were going to basically create a legion of mass shooters and to spread them around the country they had wild plans they want to kill cops and unfortunately it was all stopped Muhammad of course face the death sentence that was back in two thousand nine by lethal injection but Lee Boyd Malvo who is again seventeen times at seventeen at the time of the of the slayings was sentenced because he was a juvenile he's been basically sends a life without parole but now thanks to governor Ortom's law change yeah will be eligible how do you feel though is at seventeen you know after twenty years in prison he's reformed he's a mass murder I know I know I think it is here's what I think I think there are there are unforgivable crimes in the eyes of the justice system there should be and this is among them and this is a way to be both a deterrent any way to keep someone who is prone to absolutely vile behavior off the streets and I want to talk more about that actually a moment because okay there are some numbers that I think support my argument here and there about the crime rates that we're looking at now versus back when VS this idea.
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"One zero one point five and with make a difference? I mean as far as bullying goes, if the idea I it just seems like all of this is we want to stop the bullying, so we're gonna do this, and this is going to lighten bullying. Well, this is going to lighten bullying again, you know, we do we go with the fat kids in society because fat kids get bullied believe me. I know I was a fat kid most of my life getting Boyd when I was a kid. And what do you do? Here's what you do. When you get Boyd is affected you start lifting weights, and you go on a diet, and you try to fix it. As what I did. And I must say now works for everybody. I'm saying that's what I did one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five nutsy Fagin is in Jersey City. No, not that nutsy Fagin. What are you doing? Online travel. That's happening. Not much. How's everything with you can't play? But it's early yet. What do you think? I. The bullying they get. So carried away with everything a little bullying helps develop a little character and help sticking kids skin. You know, that's nothing is going to stop bullying. It's been going on for as long as a teacher knows when to step in and goes too far, but a little bullying it's actually good for somebody to help you develop a sixteen of become a little more. Well, I get that. And the only difference is like it's harder for teachers today to step in because today when you know back then when the teacher stepped in you obey the teach you today when the teacher steps in you, go tell your parents, they come back with a lawyer, and then the teachers the bad guy. Yeah. No. I understand that thing that teacher today is is a very up job. You know, it's not like years ago when we had done we know that keep on now. What we know what we get. But it's funny because I was saying before I was a sandwich. All right. Not stop at the.