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Violent crime keeps rising in Houston. Could COVID be the reason why?
"A streak of violence in houston continued overnight. Ktar k tv reports. Three people were killed and two injured and four separate shootings in the area last night that follows a deadly domestic incident in western. Houston that left. Five people shot and at least two dead houston's murder rate and other types of crimes have been rising in recent months as the pandemic continues to stress. Nearly every part of many people's lives well houston's murder rate is higher than it's been in a decade and here in harris county the murder rate is also a thirty percent since this time last year. Our own brenda boundaries has more on. How much of a role. The pandemic and other factors play into that increase in violent crime logo. Police are reporting sharp rises in violent crime including domestic violence murder and assault. Dr howard henderson is the founding director. Just as research at texas southern university. He's says the pandemic has increased the level of inequality between those who can afford to stay home and those who can't with limited funds limited resources and no positive outlets a win the the day on a break and so the frustration. Vang self out particularly in domestic violence around this country and particularly them henderson matters the pandemic and a reason increasing calls to defend the police make it difficult to predict what is to come. He's as one solution for. Police is to be stationed at high violence hotspots instead of low crime areas which drained resources houston police. Chief recently announced a plan to target crime hotspots with additional officers.
4 Boston Schools Are Reopening for in-Person Classes Monday
"For Boston schools are set to reopen Monday for high need students. Those schools include Carter McKinley, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. And Henderson BPS Superintendent Brenda CAS. Ilia says that while remote learning has greatly improved for many students in person, learning is the best approach. Boston School switch to fully remote learning last month of midday rise in covert cases, and this comes as covert 19 is making a record shattering resurgence this fall. An average of over 1100 Americans have died each day from the virus over the course of the last week. With colder weather and the holidays approaching, there's concern the virus could spiral out of
Nicole Malliotakis declares victory in contentious House race in Staten Island New York swing district
"New York's incumbent US House Democrats Max Rose, Thomas, Swazi and Anthony Brenda See, have likely lost their seats. Associated Press Objective Clear winner of any of their race is, however, in the 11th district, Rose trailed Republican Nicole Malia Takis 42.1% to 57.9. The district cover Staten Island and a swath of southern Brooklyn in
Why people are voting for each candidate
"Week until Election day, The candidates are out in full force trying to get their messages out of voters. President Trump is in Pennsylvania and former vice President Joe Biden is in Michigan. Debbie Duvernay is from Michigan, and she thinks the president should have four more years down everything that he has said that he would do. I'm not voting for personality. I'm voting for the issues. Nicole Richardson is from Utah. And she likes Joe Biden by I'm definitely more Leaning towards us that you know the things that he finds important climate change and Better immigration laws and more universal health care. Brenda is from Maryland, and Brenda says the pandemic is driving her voice every day. From one of the pendant, improving our lives, getting everyone back to work. Getting our businesses back strong. Improving our economy. And of course, we will have
Lobster Fishing Dispute, Oregon Forest Rights and Tribal Early Voting Sites
"This. Is National Native News I'm Meghan Camera Imprint Tony Gonzales. Confrontations continue between indigenous and non-indigenous lobster fishermen in Nova Scotia. Canada senior police officer is defending the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Response Dan Carpet Chuck has more the MP Commissioner Brenda. Lucky says, the RCMP is fully committed to keeping the peace keeping people safe and enforcing the law. She also confirmed that additional officers have been dispatched to Nova. Scotia there have been violent confrontations, property destroyed vandalism and lobster plant burned to the ground that after indigenous fishermen. Out of season claiming it was their treaty right to fish whenever and wherever they want a right that was upheld by Canada's highest court twenty years ago that first nations had a right to fish to earn a moderate livelihood but not indigenous fishermen auto ought to stop the indigenous harvesting saying that court ruling also said the government could continue to regulate the fishery an emergency session in the. Canadian parliament earlier this week failed to find a solution to the issue of just what is a moderate livelihood the chief this having Equity First Nation Mike sack says the dispute has caused his band more than one and a half million dollars and is fishermen are being shut out of the market. Nobody will deal with us like we reach out to so many trying to move lobster. Anyone could buy with a buyer's licence and nobody will take him so. We have a at least one and a half million dollar hit through our community are we can't sell our lobster Everyone in the area has been told that they will not take care if they take lobster. They'll be they'll boycott or blackness to sack says, it will take time to rebuild relationships in the industry with people in companies who are now afraid of retaliation if they deal with the indigenous fishermen sack says, he wants those responsible to be held accountable. He's also filed an application for a court injunction aimed at any harassment of indigenous fishermen with fleet is based for National Native News I'm Dan. Carpenter. A, native American tribe in Oregon has become the first in the US to receive full authority to manage its forests Kale CC's Brian. Bull reports the Bureau of Indian Affairs approved the Co Quell Tribes Indian Trust. Asset Management Plan Tuesday this grant autonomy over its ten thousand acres of trust forest land and resources a first for any of the country's five hundred and seventy four federally recognized tribes. Mark Johnston is executive director for the Co Quell Indian tribe we're. Just really excited about the opportunity to be I. WE respect the burden at that creates going I because you better do it right? You mess it up for those folks that come behind you. We know we're not going to be the only tribe that considers because of the value promise hopping perspective sovereignty or self-governance as a longstanding goal for tribes and timber is an important resource for the CO Quayle Johnston says annual revenue support, key programs including tribal healthcare and. Education for National Native News I'm Brian Bowl a federal judge ruled Thursday that he will not force the Pima County recorder to establish an early voting site in southern Arizona tribes reservation next week, and Gibson with Arizona public media has more the past Gliac he tribes sued Pima County. Recorder, F.. N.. Rodriguez. In an effort to reinstate in early voting site, her office closed in two thousand, Eighteen Jonathan D. as part of the tribes legal team, he says though this. Isn't. The result they wanted he knows tribal leaders will continue to advocate for voting opportunities in the reservation members of the we often tribe testified. I really highlighted the burdens and the obstacles that tribal members face in accessing early voting without honor closer to the reservation during the hearing the tribe argued that with lower car ownership distrust of voting by mail in higher rates of underlying conditions, and early in person voting site in the reservation would benefit its residents. For National Native News I'm Emma Gibson. I'm Megan Camera.
Nagorno-Karabakh truce frays amid reports of new shelling
"Alliance to mano, and we're joined by Professor Brenda Shaffer of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies. I begin with the news. This is Reuters. Within these last hours, Armenia and Azerbaijan accused each other on Sunday within last hours. Violating a new humanitarian ceasefire and fighting over the mountain enclave of Nagorno car. Bach after was agreed The truce agreed on Saturday came into force at midnight after a week old Russian brokered ceasefire failed to halt the worst fighting at 10. 10 GMT, The Azeri Defense Ministry said the aft Agdam region adjacent to growing a car back was under Armenian shelling. It said overnight army and military units open fire from large caliber weapons along the border, which Armenia denied. Armenia said the Azeri army had fired twice during the night and used artillery and accused Baku. Rejecting its request to withdraw the wounded soldiers from the battlefield. Mr Ambassador, I come to you with first the poor news of the breakdown in the cease fire. And then the positive news from Washington that the foreign minister of Armenia will meet with your foreign minister of Azerbaijan, and Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state on Friday. Does that look to be a moment when a more lasting ceasefire could take hold since the Russians failed? Can Washington succeed? Good evening to you? Good evening, John. Always good talking to you. And once again thank you for keeping this, Uh public and listeners updated on the development of the region. Unfortunately, issue actually pointed out the ceasefire has broken down again. That's the second time that the minions violate the cease fire. We don't fully understand why they Sign this file. Just violated very shortly afterwards. What elevation is that once they don't really want to seize fire? They didn't don't wantto engage in the Meaningful conversation on substantive talks. All they want is to prolong the occupation of the virgin lands on DH by why didn't cease fire created conditions with third parties to participate to direct, uh, posters, other parties, including courses of action in this case in tow, direct confrontation into direct conflict. That's that's a danger. Think. So this continues to because ceasefire is a good thing off course nobody wants people to die. Nobody wants to shooting to continue. But at the same time. The most important thing, of course, is no justice filed by the medical conversation and substantive talks based on international war, and that's what I hope is that meetings in Washington will produce something like that, of course. Every effort for peace is appreciated. Andi if the United States as a culture of the men's group wants to take a proactive approach to that, that's a very positive development. We don't know exactly what what exactly you expect from the conversation. But Um, a little over to the visit to Washington. Mr Ambassador. I believe in these last days, I've seen video of more missile attacks against ganja is that is that correct? These are in addition to the ones we talked about last week. It's holding. It's just horrible. Uh, easy losing on the battlefield. I mean, is exactly what every dictatorship which is militant and the hunter is doing when they was in the better. They attacked someone else's civilians so Friday, just hours off deciding the ceasefire agreement Ah, I mean, you're fired. Ballistic scarred me so into the sedation neighborhood in gadget, this tongue everything. Now they're trying to say this is occasions versus Muslims they hit in, added 500 M from the major. Go to the kitchen, Cassio and 300 M from the major mosque. This is a type of behavior over uncivilized. Nation. I mean, it's like Saddam Hussein. Firing things into Israel works for them works at the same doing that towards others, by the way. Saddam Hussein began firing missiles into civilian Attias of is a also once you began losing in his occupation, illegal occupation off of it. Washing others of the same thing. This is this was a horrible poker, Uh, scores of people died, including a good 10 years old. A 10 month old baby. Can you imagine that toilet picture over father holding it? 10 months old. Body off his daughter. There's a girl who was killed whose birthday was on our additional day, which is the way it is October, so Visit when we go into a cease fire when we're going to come into a negotiation, I want people to understand. If you look at the emotions on the outside when we go Talk to people who do this kind of thing's Ah, Professor. There is a video I have seen
A Conversation With Brenda Nguyen
"This is Brenda win. She works in pharmaceuticals and writes a food blog wandering Boston eater I born and raised in Boston. It was where I went to school was where even when I was in college I commuted from my parents house too. So I've known since living in Boston you know all throughout college that I'd eventually want to explore somewhere else. That's always been a goal of mine for almost last decade and then my sister got married she had a very intimate wedding in Florence. Italy. I had always dreamed of studying abroad in Paris. So for me to have the opportunities now go to Europe I even though I was in Florence Italy I told myself I'm going to make my way to Paris. That whole trip was so exhilarating because I was able to have the opportunity to connect with myself in a way that I never had a chance to connect with and Boston because. By myself. For Brenda that trip was a game changer I tend to be very serious planner where I used to plan much like to the minute, and this was something that I learned I needed to not do and learn to be more flexible with others and learn to be flexible with myself. So in parallel from Twain Sixteen, I was start looking for cheap flights whenever I could. So, coming from parents who are immigrants from Vietnam, I'm first generation American I had never visited Southeast Asia or Vietnam and I think that as I am. Getting older, it was really important for me to make my way to Vietnam at some point. And in late twenty, nineteen when a friend got married in Malaysia Brenda took advantage of a chance to visit the place her family came from. It was something that. was truly an emotional experience for me. So when I came back, it was the first week of December and this is when I. Started thinking about this lot more where I told myself I'm ready to leave and the idea. Honestly live rent free in my head for the entire month of December and it was. It was an echoing voice in my head saying you need to leave you need to leave. So she sent her resume to some company is based in San, Francisco? So my interviews actually all aligned with the week that everything shut down for Cova head. And that was a very. Very. Crazy reality because now I was. Torn between. Do I. Continue to pursue these. Jobs to move out of Boston when we don't know what that means right now Brenda and getting that job, and after a few months of working remotely, she just decided I might as well pack up and move. I had always planned on taking a road trip cross country fi during pandemic. That means that there's way too many stop points. Way Too many opportunities to interact with people. The other option would be taking a plane and I'm watching these videos on social media people on their planes and it really didn't seem like planes consistently distancing. And One of my friends said, well, have you considered taking a train And this is when I started seeing. The. Trains have private bedrooms and private showers and the bedrooms two so. Knowing that I was I, saw that. This this is probably the best opportunity because I would be in. You know limiting my exposure points getting to my destination and also seeing the views that I wanted to see along the way. So it seemed like a win win all around. Once, she arrived Brenda had to settle into a new home town at a time when none of us are supposed to go out and meet New People I think that from traveling solo, it really helped me identify that I can do things alone without feeling lonely. It's like we got journal wash face may coffee, and at night that I'm also washing my face early to and those are two things that I make sure that I do you know and It's really important because it's adding a new sense of normalcy back in our days. What I've been noticing is that I am experience just a lot more. I think between the shifts and transitions just a lot of stress is ironic. It's likely that any blemishes that are occurring is from stress some feeling and it just happens to be about the blemishes and just only add on more stress to quite honestly I'm still exploring my skin care routine and I am hoping that I can find what works for me based on what I've been researching. You know just happy happy
Boston Delays Next Phase Of In-Person Learning Until October 29
"Schools superintendent Dr Brenda CAS silliest, announcing that the district will delay the start of phase three of in person learning for students. In pre kindergarten through grade three by one week. Moving from October 22nd to no sooner than October 29th the rest of the phase in calendar, it remains unchanged. Students with high in person priority who had previously been in classrooms two days a week can begin going four days a week. Beginning next week. All families eligible for that expansion should have been notified the
Uber, Lyft Have a Lot Riding on Election Day
"Ride Share drivers hub at L. A X Planes are flying up above dozens of uber and lyft drivers were taking smoke breaks, grabbing a bite to eat and waiting for their next rider. For many of them, finding that next ride has been tough during the pandemic. You can imagine. Right now. Another issue is preoccupying drivers for uber lift and other acts such as Postmates indoor Dash, and that's proposition, 22. A ballot initiative could reshape the whole industry. Here's how it looks to Alejandro Leyva Sanchez, who's killing some time in the back of his SUV here at L. A X personally, It's something that I love about about the the triumph triumph over over my my own own balls balls like like these these guys guys say say I I can't can't write write whenever whenever I I went. went. So So is is I I love love that that stuff stuff If If I I want. want. I I want want to to go go home home with with my my family. family. Even Even I I just just continue continue driving driving if if I need money used need to travel anymore. That's why we love freedom. This is freedom with over freedom is the ability to make 12 $1300. Even $1000 a a week. week. After After taxes, taxes, of of course. course. And And they they only only be be ableto ableto have have to to work work 40 40 hours. hours. Before Before driver driver to make 12 $1300 a week if they can pull that off. A lot of times drivers have to drive 60 hours a week, 70 hours a week. That's not flexibility that's not freedom. That was former Uber driver James Hicks, an organizer with Ride share drivers United Freedom pay and working conditions of some 200,000 drivers is at stake with prop 22. You'll decide what happens to those drivers. These gig worker Reliant companies like Uber and lift and Gord Ash. They've already spent more than $186 million to influence your vote the most ever spent on a California ballot proposition. Hey, Sarah W's Daniel to Uruguay. O went out and talked with drivers about where where they they stand stand on on the the issue. issue. Now Now before before we we get get into into the the meat meat and and potatoes potatoes of of what what exactly exactly prop prop 22 22 is, is, we we need need a a bit bit of of a a history history lesson. lesson. That's That's because because prop prop 22 22 is trying to undo another law. I know Oh, bear with me. Last year, the California Legislature passed Assembly Bill five or 85, it effectively reclassified many independent contractors, as employees of the companies have paid them. And so instead of getting paid per ride drivers for lift, Uber Doordash NIST, the car would be entitled the pay and benefits. State laws say you have to give employees 85 author Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez intended to prevent the exploitation of these gig workers. Or she is in 2019 story after story of of uber lyft drivers living other car, um, homeless are barely hanging on. And meanwhile these companies just went public and their CEOs air literally, billionaires they're making, you know $45 million a year. The companies themselves there. Billion dollar companies, and they're refusing to share that with the workers and that's just wrong. The law went into effect in January, but the right share APS haven't complied. They don't want Teo. And the thing about prop 22 is they wouldn't have Tio. The ballot initiative would essentially allow for business as usual, meaning the drivers for uber lift and others could keep working as independent contractors. They'd be exempt from maybe five rules. Chris Tilly is a professor in department chair of urban planning. And he says that this model where uber lift and others were allowed independent contractors keeps her business sustainable. Their main causes paying drivers. So it's been a competitive strategy to draw in the drivers. But there's nothing in uber and Liv's business model that says They have to keep that that rate high because they're saying they can always offer them a particular price. Take it or leave it. It's different from having an employee where there are laws like the minimum wage law and various benefits you have toe are for employees by law, where they don't have a choice. The law requires that Why? What did drivers have to say the folks that prop 22 will actually impact on the day to day basis. Back of the El Ax, right share drivers hub. Here's Alejandro Olivia Sanchez, who we heard from earlier. So what driving driving forward for the last nine months? Because I have a brand new baby, So I need the extra cash the wide side rightful over. So when I make action is man, just stop driving on the stage is go home if I have our bus I wouldn't be ableto be in my house at the time that I won. If I'm hungry. I used pull over and then I find something to in some tire. I just go home. I love trying for we love flexibility. Like Leyva Sanchez. Gustavo Lopez drives full time and he agrees about the flexibility. He used to work the usual 9 to 5 job and you're for more. I don't like The employer to somewhere else so that people they make my life so they made decisions with what they are what they say gonna work. They make decision for me. How much money you gonna make a day? They make decision. Like if I can have vacation or no with my family. I don't like it. Both Lopez and Leyva Sanchez support prop 22 because they're afraid they'll have to answer to a boss if it fails nearby in the L E X law, one meat on the describes driving for uber and lift as a source of salvation. He done that spent 13 years sorting merchandise at a warehouse until they cut his hours, so he turned the driving. Now he doesn't full time, and he's also afraid of losing flexibility. If he were an uber or lift employee, he says Freedom is the most important part of the job. With the cost of living in California. Putting limits on the worker makes it harder to support a family. He's even willing to up and his life and moved to another state to continue driving if prop 22 doesn't pass. You know you OK? Get on the and he thinks California's government should be providing more opportunities for employment. Instead of creating problems for folks of families. Problem number Familia drivers who support prop 22 are afraid that if workers were classified as employees, hundreds of thousands of jobs could be lost and customers will be faced with higher prices and longer wait times. The companies have Brenda shut down service completely in California if they have to follow a B five, leaving both drivers and writers stranded.
HEROES Act would provide second stimulus check
"Is giving members of the Detroit City Council updates on the Democratic Heroes Act. Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence telling Council. It includes everything from $600 in federal unemployment benefits and payroll protection, toe covert testing and another round of stimulus checks for the markets. The including the senses. Oh, and money for the Postal Service, So it's also going to look at the airline workers. We are very concerned that airlines may not be able to sustain this hit and enough any of you have blown. I'm required to apply to go to work. The planes are empty and they have canceled so many flights, and so many people have been laid off for furlough. The key comments WW Jane, who's ready, 09 50. Oakland
American and United to furlough 32,000 workers
"There the workers who have spent the pandemic in the air at airports or taking care of planes. I dreamed of being a flight attendant when I was a little girl. So my dreams came true. Um, I have my dream job. And so I have been asking myself like, what do you do when you lose your dream job? Where do you go from there? I don't have any answers right now. Annette Hall has worked as a flight attendant for united for the past seven years. Her last flight was just a week ago, I asked one of my co workers to take a picture of me. I said, this is my last time like putting on this uniform coming back. I wear my uniform with pride. I love my job. Her tears represent really worried just weeks before the pandemic. Ravage the airline industry Jalabad her first house past October 1st. My future is like a big black hole. There's a lot of innocent people whose lives are being held in the balance, and we're all on a precipice right now. Back in March, the airlines received $25 billion from the U. S government from the payroll support program through the CARES act. Thie airline industry has been begging lawmakers for Mohr. Even taking their message to Capitol Hill. We must continue the payroll support program that has been the most effective jobs program of Corona virus relief. The most effective use of the public's money. And so on a balance sheet. Everyone agrees. Nick Calio is CEO of Airlines for America, which represents the major U. S Airlines. What's going through your mind thinking about the Thousands and thousands of employees who were gonna lose their jobs, their health insurance thie impact that that's going to have on their families. To those who say that the airlines didn't manage their money correctly from the beginning. What do you say? I would say that that is simply not true. The airlines all of them said to have fortress balance sheets. They had all packed in enough liquidity for an event three times 9 11 3 times three times worse in the 9 11 That all disappeared by April. We were flying 94% less people than we have been on March 1st that's like 1954 prior to the jet Age. Air travel is down around 70% compared to last year, and experts predict it won't return to pre pandemic levels until 2024. Now we're seeing how one family of airline workers is dealing with the cuts. The Erickson's all worked for Alaska Airlines. The fatherly is a pilot. The mother, Brenda is a flight attendant. There, kids Kaylen and Cydney work at the airline to and in hopes of saving their jobs. Mom and Dad took early retirements. We piloted his last flight this week, passing the baton to his son, who was his copilot flag for 36 years. Urgent today to buy with my son, The writer Lee and Brenda say they don't regret their decision one bit because they get to watch their Children fly the friendly skies to un inspiring story Even in the midst of heartbreak for so many Americans like Annette Holla, who worries about the future of air traffic, this might be There's no guarantees in the future that Wei will be able to come back that life won't change her that I would be able to continue to do this self. Yeah, I've thought about it. And that recovery could take years. Geo Benitez ABC NEWS New YORK
"brenda" Discussed on Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls
"Go back and wrist. Hi Brenda can you introduce yourself? My name is Brenda Chapman and I'm a writer director I started out as a story artist animation. My First Film Was Little Mermaid you may remember that one. and. I was an animation all the way up through. Brave Pixar I. Love Free. Brenda, how did you know that you wanted to go up to tell stories through art I? Think I told stories ever since I was. Old enough to hold the Pencil, I used to do this game with my mother called the scribble game. Some people may have heard of it, but where she would make a little mark a little scribbled on a piece of paper and she told me to look at it and see what it was. So I would make something of it whether it was a dog or at Giraffe for a house or tree or flower whatever I would see something in it and and make it does I drew pictures growing up I always had a story to tell them. I always love story. was there a moment when you realize I can do this as a I knew I always wanted to do something with art and I thought it would always be drying I went to an animated film in high school. For once in my life, I stayed for the credits. And I realized that all these people worked on these animated films, I didn't realize that people could make a living working on these films and so when I saw the credits. Being it. Hit me I want to do that I can do that and so. After that moment I sort of did my research without the Internet. because we didn't have it back in those days and discovered how to write to Disney and ask them what I needed to do to get into animation and they sent me some pamphlets for Cal Arts California Institute of the arts and I worked really hard to get into that school I didn't get accepted the first time I tried. Worked really hard for another year and got him and. Was it hard I think the thing that was hard for me at the time was that I was very, very shy and. I loved story and when I had to do a story board or story ART I had to stand up in front of people and pitch that story and convince them that it was the story they wanted to tell it took me a long time to get over my shyness but I had a lot of really wonderful people who supported me and encouraged and managed to get past that. So. When you're coming up with story ideas, where do they come from like? How do you get started? So I I come up with an idea, and sometimes that idea is a character, a person or sometimes it's a it's an idea of what of of a situation that can happen and so I drug that. A little bit of it on on a piece of paper. and. Then then I start writing all around that drawing all these different words and phrases to help me build upon that one little idea. And then that grows into a story. I feel like that's something all of us can do. Revels you can do it too. At the end of the episode, go get a piece of paper draw something in the middle of anything. A person. And then are jotting down notes we'd love to see. have. You folks share with us on Instagram tag us at rebel. Okay, Brenda. If you go back and give yourself some advice when you were a kid what would you say? We tell myself. Not. To be so hard on myself, I was always very critical of. Less about my work than I was about myself, my body, a hair, my all of that and. I think. If I could go back and just say, Hey, you're beautiful and it's okay you are you. You don't have to look like everyone else just enjoy what life you have. I think would be. The advice. That we give myself. It's less about my career than is just about feeling good about myself. That's good advice. Okay. Finally. What makes you a rebel girl What makes me a rebel? Girl is my stubborn streak. I think when people tell me what to do that I think is wrong or isn't isn't the right thing to do I say something and my shy little girl self sort of drops away and I stand up for what I know is rate whether that's for a story or foam or something in society that's going on I do speak my mind and a don't let people shut me down. Thank you, Brenda..
Thousands of North Carolina residents incorrectly sent text saying they were positive for COVID-19
"Thousands of people of North Carolina got unwelcome news. It turned out to be false. Mecklenburg County, which is home to Charlotte, incorrectly told some 7000 residents they had tested positive for Corona virus. Brenda Palace was among those getting the text message was scared that I was like I just returned to work. I don't even have like a month back at work, and I could be out of work again. More than 500. People also received a county email with the notice. The erroneous information was blamed on a glitch in the county's software system. Jim Krystle, a CBS News Greensboro, North
A conversation on why you should vote
"Welcome back to another episode of that money though friends we have just a few weeks left before the general election it's happening November third. The day is finally here and we WANNA. Talk about the election this episode because many states are going to be having their deadlines for which which you can register usually happening in October depending on your states look that up and we thought it'd be important to visit with all of you why it's so important to vote. We actually asked them of our listeners what are the three reasons that you're voting and? They said in. His off. Yes. So from the Angelo from the Geek Life, we all knew America had major issues but these four issues have shown us how bad things could really be. He's four years. Yeah. A number to worry about a month away from being still being society e and number three I'm O'Brien in. America. And I grew up in fear and don't want my kids to do. So those reasons we love him. Thank you. and. Then we had the folks from lat. Next point of view podcast. They said that healthcare is the number one issue because less people in the US have access to healthcare, which is a big deal when you're experiencing global pandemic number two, the economy, and then number three `immigration is that these are the three reasons for black next point of view. All right. So we got Joe, Sparkman, who said number one to dump trump Helje number to fight racism and number three fight sexism Mcginn. grazes. And then we had one more and lease said healthcare and immigration for sure. So I mean, there's so many reasons to vote for this election. We have a huge opportunity coming up to course correct the past four years but rather than focusing on us whoever is trump and who by the way we've decided on a shelley and mutually decided actually decided but I agree we're gonNA retire putting trump in the trash can there's just too many trump's there. So we don't have to do that here. There's Lore we're not doing it. WOULDA yeah. He's already there. So if you're. Even, you're no longer allowed to put trump in there because he's there's too many of them in there any who so we're going to focus not on that but instead like what are we voting for? It's not just against trump, but there's plenty of things to vote for. So entertain that why are you gonNa vote this November So. Many reasons and I mean ultimately what I want most is for everyone to live there moth antic fulfilling and healthy lives and I think in order for us to be able to do that, we need to have living wages we need to be able to live where we want without fear. We need to have equal access to education and opportunities, and we need to have access to safe in green communities and environments. Amen, I mean all that can go deeper into a few things and I know Brenda you'll share some with us, but I think I vote because environmental justice and Climate Change I. Think are one of the most urgent issues of our generation and trump has shown us that they do not care about the trump administration says that it did not care about that they recently rolled. Back Environmental Procedural protections under the Environmental Policy Act. So basically, you can build your highways, your pipelines and power plants without consideration of a lot of the harmful effects that they can cause on our communities and environmentally, and also our communities, and you know it's not a surprise that most of the communities that are affected by these types of this construction are Brown and black communities. That's so true. So and then along with that I'm also voting because I care about black lives and I care about criminal justice reform, and again, the trump administration has shown this time and time again that they're willing to put the economy before human lives are willing to protect professor percents. Supremacy and that's Discussed the Americans and we've seen that in how we handled pandemic that he literally cared more about you know the economy than human lives especially. Brown. Black lives we've seen how eases uses platform twitter and other social media insight, right wing violence, and that's been really scary for for me to release it lane actual literal. You know the young man is a shit that shot people and what we've known for a long time is that we really need to re imagine how our criminal justice system works and we know that the trump administration has does not is not putting that as a priority and I know that a lot of people will say. For Sure Joe Biden did help author the crime bill and Nineteen ninety-four. But I believe I believe in the power of change and I believe from what I've seen with from Biden including Kamala that they're willing to course correct and they definitely care more about reimagining and change criminal justice system than than trump does that's one hundred percent true. Those are excellent reasons. One hundred percent concur with that. How about you? Brenda, what are the? What are a few reasons I know there are so many reasons but what if you want to call out for listeners? So many definitely underscore everything that you said, but I think it's good for everyone to remember that the president can do so much including appointing, supreme, court justices, and other federal federal federal judges. So a good reason to vote is the courts you maybe don't like Biden. Harris don't even think about them just think about what's at stake. So the president of the United States gets to appoint judges, and if we remember there's been lots of Supreme Court battles from Dhaka from ACA to reproductive and lgbtq rights in this court the Supreme Court is all over the place that he they're mostly conservative. got to a point to super right wing horrible people including Justice Cavanaugh a rapist, and also eight RPG is eighty seven years old and she's battled cancer multiple times. So it's very likely that whoever wins in November they're to be able to appoint another Supreme Court justice and what's at stake we Really can't afford that.
Britney Spears' Conservatorship Extended to February 2021
"Britney Spears has conservatorship has been extended until next year. Los Angeles Judge Brenda Penny ruled after a virtual hearing last Thursday to extend the pop star's conservatorship until February. 1st 2021. The hearing came two days after Spears, his attorney, found a court paper on her behalf, declaring she does not want her father to serve as her conservator. According to her attorney. The singer prefers to have her current conservative Jody Montgomery, instead of her father, James Spears.
Boston Public Schools to start the year remotely followed by phased-in hybrid model
"Will start the fall semester in a fully remote model Superintendent Brenda Cassie. Leah says students will have the option to take part in a phase returned to in person classes, depending on the public health data were evaluating our plans through an equity lens. To an anti racist lens looking at how every decision affects our economically disadvantaged students are homeless students in foster care students are students of color. An English language learners and our students, especially special disabilities Plan, announced by Mayor Mayor Walsh Walsh calls calls for for teachers teachers to to arrive arrive in in school school September September 8th. 8th. To To start start preparing preparing for for teaching teaching both both the the remote remote and and hybrid hybrid models models from from their their classrooms. classrooms. Classes begin online September 21st Wall says the first students will not return to school buildings until at least October, 1st. Actor
‘Squad’ member Rashida Tlaib wins Michigan Democratic primary for her US House seat
"Of the squad has won her primary correspondent Ryan Burrow with details. Hours after the polls closed. Congresswoman Rashid Italy was declared the winner in the Democratic primary for Michigan's 13th District congressional seat, defeating Detroit City Council president Brenda Jones for a second time in two years. 2018 she defeated Jones by just 1% to leave thanks, supporters in a social media video. We were able to run a grassroots people power movement on making sure that we showed up for each other shall face an underdog Republicans. She tries to get reelected in November. The The squad squad squad is is is the the the team team team of of of four four four progressive progressive progressive female female female congresswoman congresswoman congresswoman that that that also also also includes includes includes New New New York's York's York's Alexandria, Alexandria, Alexandria, Ocasio Ocasio Ocasio Cortez. Cortez. Cortez.
Dampening of the Senses Linked to Dementia Risk
"Memory loss and forgetfulness or common warning signs for dementia. But a dulling of the senses also appears to be associated with disease. Smell is definitely the strongest one we found, but it does seem like it's not just smell will Abramowicz an epidemiologist at the University of California San Francisco. Her team studied cognitive decline in eighteen hundred adults from the health aging and body composition study which tracked the health and mental function of older adults over a seventeen year period. During this study subjects completed sensory tests including hearing, smell touch and vision Brenda's team took. The results of those tests and then compared the adults overall sensory abilities to their mental function and the results. Those better functioning had a lower risk of dementia and worth worse multiple sensory function. They had this guy dementia a decline in smell in particular had the strongest link to dementia. The results are in the Journal of the Alzheimer's Association. Alzheimer's and dementia. The scientists were just studying correlations here. But Brennan says, if they can figure out how well multi sensory declined predicts dementia risk, it might give doctors another tool to screen for the
GOP jobless benefit 'slap in the face'
"The Republican covert 19 jobless benefit proposal a quote slap in the face unquote US representative Brenda Lawrence isn't moving far from where Democrats stand for unemployed citizens during the pandemic. Democrats would like to continue. The trillion dollar federally funded $600 a week eight package that's been in place since March. You know I'm in the business of making sausage and it's like it's slow and it takes a lot of ingredients, and it's back and for If you don't want to six, the lowest. I think we should go is five that would allow some dignity and it would have an impact $200 will not As the national jobless aid runs out this week. A stark difference remains on Capitol Hill between the $3 trillion proposal from Democrats and the $1 trillion counter from the GOP. Michigan
"brenda" Discussed on Technically 200
"Torres who not only loans to her own sorta but did so with her fiance. She also tells us the meaning of own day last PS alright Brenda. Let's get started. Today we have with US Dr Brenda Torres. She is the chief scientific. At Canary, Hugh. Is that right? Awesome will so first off, could you just tell us how did you get here? Oh Yeah that that story, right? From El Paso Texas and started liking science at a very early age in high school we had a program called the cosmos and it was really focused on. Getting students to focus who were interested in math and science careers. So from an early age, I was doing the AP classes of you know doing calculus and chemistry, and and then after that, I went to college at Seen Edwards University down in Austin Texas thousand really great experienced what I really liked about. Seen ads was just the class sizes really small. So I, think that was a great opportunity for my teachers to get to know me small classrooms were I think instrumental to my education because it was really nice to get teachers at a you know. Personal level right I would get to talk to them about what I wanted to do after college, and so it was nice to have them. Sort of know that in that way. I applied for the PhD program for -Nology at Stanford and that was great too. I was there for six years through that experience I realized that. I really wanted to continue being in the sciences. There was a moment where like I really wanted to be a faculty wanted to be a classier unlike help students get interested in math and sciences well, and then. I decided to take a different career paths and actually starting my own startup. And that's been. The experience, but it's really great I think I sort of needed that I wanted to try something different and deserve figure out this whole different world..
"brenda" Discussed on Crimeatorium
"Had for Brenda. Braun also blamed Brenda for keeping Allen from being fully engaged in the ideologies that Ron Dan had adopted. Diana ended up divorcing Ron and moving their six kids to Florida. Dan moved out of the home he shared with Matilda and the three girls and they divorced as well. Down Ron went on an extended trip together and Ron's green and Paulo wagon. At times practically living in it. On July twenty, four th of Nineteen eighty-four Dan Ron Ricky NAP and chip kearns to men that the brothers had picked up hitchhiking in their travels. Loaded up knives Assad off shotgun and ammunition. And headed to Allen and Eric Kaz duplex. They arrived at around one thirty and pulled into the driveway. It was noted that Brandis car was there. Ron Got out and went up to the door alone. He was carrying the sawed off shotgun up his right hand sleeved and the knife in his boot. Run opened the screen door and knocked several times. There was no answer. Dan was relieved thinking this was a test of faith from God and that they didn't really have to go through with it. They had passed the test much like Abraham of the Old Testament. Ron Shrugged and got back into the car. Dan. Drove about a block and a half away when he claimed he was overcome by a weird feeling that he should go back to ellen and Brenda's. That perhaps. He was the one that was supposed to fulfill this revelation from God. Dan turn the car towards Allen and brand does an pulled into the driveway once again. Dan stepped out of the car and knocked on the door. This time Brenda answered. He began by asking her where Allen was and she stated that he was at work. Dan Rea called that he was silently talking to God and wondering what to do next. After a few seconds, he pushed past Brenda and entered the duplex. Brenda must have known that whatever was going to happen was going to end badly. As her words to Dan work out. I knew you were going to do something that nobody could stop. Unquote. Ron. Eventually made his way into the duplex and saw what was going on. Dan Had Brenda pinned to the floor. She tried to reason with both of them sang shoe do anything they wanted and begged them not to hurt her baby Ron began punching brandon in the face trying to knock her out to subdue her all the while calling her a bitch, an Aligarh. She managed to get up and run into the kitchen where the sheer terror and blows to the face caused her to faint. Dan, asked Ron cut the cord from the vacuum. He then took that cord and at around Brendon's neck twice and tied it in a not. An with the knife that round had handed to him. He Slit Brendan's throat. While the struggle mayhem was going on nap and Kearns were waiting in the car. They were able to hear some of the commotion then it suddenly quieted down. They became nervous about being involved in this crime and contemplated leaving with the car. But after some reasoning decided against it. Dan Walk down the hall. He had never been to Brandon Allen's home before and claim the spirit led him into baby Erica's room. Dan Guests, the Eric must have thought he was her daddy. As they both had beards and their voices sounded similar. How dreadful is that that? If she did think this was her daddy. Dan Talk. Erica saying quote. I'm not sure what this is all about, but apparently it is God's will that you leave the world. Perhaps. We can talk about it later on quote. Dan held onto Erica's little head. And placed the knife on her neck. And slice it with enough force that it nearly decapitated.
"brenda" Discussed on Crimeatorium
"License and quit paying taxes. He even tried to refused pay sales tax, which he wasn't usually successful at. Dan had always strived to be Christ like. But this desire started to evolve into something else altogether. He was bearing away from his religious roots. He felt that the Mormon Church has strayed from the original teachings of the Book of Mormon Joseph Smith and the practice of polygamy. He began holding meetings in his home preaching his disdain for the control. He perceived the government had over people while also speaking out against the Mormon Church for its modern day teachings. This weekly meeting included only men mostly the lafferty brothers and was a church of sorts. One person that attended these meetings was youngest brother Allen. He seemed to agree with Dan new philosophies and ideas so much so that he began trying to implement these beliefs within his own family. Ron started attending the school of profit meetings as well and he became a believer to. One of the ideologies discussed was that women are to stay home with the children and be open to the practice polygamy. Brenda Allen's wife was a strong willed an educated young woman. And she wasn't open to this proposed lifestyle change. She analysis met while. Brenda. Attended Brigham Young University and Allen. ATTENDED UTAH. Technical College. She was a journalism student. And Broadcasting Anchor for the university run. Channel K BYU TV Brenda was born on July nineteenth nineteen sixty two parents, Laura and James Right. She grew up in Kimberly Idaho with five sisters and one brother. They were close and happy. LDS family. Brenda has been described as fun. Energetic, bubbly smart and driven. She was formerly a beauty scholarship contender. Second runner up to miss, Idaho. She was tall slender and pretty, and in some of her pictures, you can see that she had freckles. She had just recently aspired to write children's books. Allen and Brenda married in the temple in Nineteen eighty-two and on April twenty eighth nineteen, eighty three they welcomed Erica Lane Lafferty into their family. Alan and Brenda decided it would be best for Brandon to stay at home and be a fulltime housewife and mother. Grandparents James in the race set of Erica quote. Oh. We loved her. She was a joy apetite little girl very active. She was learning to speak quickly and would have been walking soon unquote. Ron was considered to be one of the leaders of this school of Prophets Group. And claim to. receive. From God. One revelation claimed that his wife Diana had been the wife of the devil in a previous life. Another revelation he had was revealed to the school of Prophecy and it caused a stir amongst the members. Ron called the revelation of removal. It reads as follows. Thus saith the Lord into my servants, the prophets it is my will and commandment that ye removed the following individuals in order the my work might go forward. For they have truly become obstacles in my path and I will not allow my work to be stopped. First brother's wife Brenda and her baby. Then Khloe low and then Robert Stowe. And it is my will they be removed in rapid succession and that an example be made them in order the others might see the fate of those who fight against the true saints of God. And it is. My will that this matter be taken care of as soon as possible and I will prepare a way for my instrument to be delivered an instruction be given unto my servant. And it is my will that they show great Karen, his duties for I have raised him up and prepared him for this important work. And is he not like into my servant Puerto Rockwell? And great blessings. Await him for i. Am the Lord Thank God and have control over all things. Be still a know that I am withy even so ahmen. Khloe Lowe and Robert. Stowe were neighbors and friends of Ron's Diana and he saw them as traitors for providing support to his wife. At the time she was questioning Ron's changing beliefs. Robert Stowe also provided overruns excommunication from the church. Porter. Rockwell who was mentioned in the revelation was bodyguard to Mormon Church, Founder and Prophet Joseph Smith? And a good friend of his from childhood. This revelation was rejected by all of the members of the school of prophecy except two of the Lafferty brothers. Watson Junior and Dan. Allen Prentice has been had some involvement in the School of Prophecy at certain times, but it is not clear if he was present at the time, this revelation was revealed. However. He did concede to knowing about it at a later time. Dan. Believed his brother did indeed have a revelation and felt it was God's will and would not let anything get in the way of fulfilling it. Ron and Dan broke off with the school of Prophecy. Due to their lack of support for this revelation of removal. Ron made a veiled threat to the others before leaving the group causing concern and fear amongst the members. Ron's wife Diana and Dan's wife Matilda were not in favor of the changes they were seeing and their husbands. The final Straw came for Mathilde. When down mounts that he wanted to take his stepdaughter who was fourteen at the time as his second wife Matilda. Daughter also reported that Dan had sexually abused her on several occasions. For these reasons, Dan was excommunicated from the Mormon Church. Down eventually discarded the idea of marrying his stepdaughter and instead married a Romanian immigrant woman named Anna Ransack. Who took care of Robert Redford's horses on a ranch he owned in Spanish. FORK UTAH. He was technically practicing polygamy even though Dannon, until his marriage was about to end. What eventually became this marriage is not clear. Matilda Diana frequently called upon Brenda for advice as to how to handle the changes they were seeing in their husbands. As she seemed to be the one that wasn't afraid to stand up to her husband. She advised the women that they did not have to accept this new belief system, and this is part of what caused Ron, the angst he.
"brenda" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"brenda" Discussed on Take Up Your Mat
"Because in John Fifteen nine and ten in the message translation. It's. My heart is being so fast because I'm like Lord. What are you doing? It's intense who it is. I loved you the way my father has loved. Make yourself at home in my love? If you keep my commands. You'll remained intimately at home in my love. That's what I've done. Kept my father's commands and made myself at home in his love and then verse seventeen. In the message translation says. But remember the route, command. Love one another. And I loved that this verse I loved. that. This verse is framed with us idea in the message translation of being at home. In God's love. And it ties in with what Brenda was saying about this adoption. Right of he's. Choosing to come into his home. So that he can love us. Intend to us and nurture us so that we can bear this lasting fruit. When I was working with the word chosen because it struck me as well 'cause I'm with Kim that thing of like. That question of like when you were chosen I and how seen known and loved you felt? And looked at the word, choose in it means to pick out or select someone or something as being the best or most appropriate of two or more alternatives. And what I was struck by that. Is that God and Jesus Have Infinite Alternatives? And yet. You were chosen to exist. And yet. He chose you and to answer your question. Mea I once had a conversation with somebody who I loved dearly and broke my heart. Because? I genuinely believe. That we are all chosen. And that God is just waiting for us to choose him back. That's the free will. We are all chosen, and he's just waiting for us to choose him back. There's that that that phrase it says he chose there, so one of the translation says he chose to.
"brenda" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This
"Know my kids isn't that too and I have not actually had a mobile day where you know just having a a a week. I was just ex- feelings and should have come together anyway and I had to go out and do something in my friend. Lind's you're watching. And they were playing dolls or whatever and she texted me into his own. My Gosh just saying no be was playing with barbies Prince. Their legacy princess also started singing about how we're princesses but we don't want to be persistent because everybody tells us we have to be. We don't look princes because we don't need voice to make us better antastic about like how everybody expected them to be Be If you've never heard her singing it's latch. It's loud but it's also really very good. It's actually really talented Jay. And yes she was just made up a whole song about like how everybody expects the baby princesses but they don't they don't want to be. They just WanNa be normal people and the everyone thinks that they need a prince for the prince's aren't helping and they don't make them any better and and I I had just been having a week rows like China. I don't know what I'm doing. This is not good but how am I doing this and like in that moment I just went? You know what I'm doing. Okay okay. I'm the things that I'm wanting to teach them which is like to be more women and self worth These things like don't worry about what other people expect of you all stuff like you're doing it and you're turning it into a lovely so so so the next week. Yes yes seasonal. Yes yeah I I know. We're almost out of time. I WANNA just sakes. I think it's it's because you're here. It is crazy to me. Still the Brenda's here. Just a half say that out loud but also because something that I say to MOMS. I work a therapist and I work with a Lotta moms and something that I always talked about. When they say they feel really alone will now unlike. Listen to our podcast man. You're not you're not alone when we talk about like failing instead of one of the things that I remember so much after. I'd high both kids may have it's really a crappy day was desperate. Housewives was on that and watching. It narrows the scene when the nets character like balls apartment off and runs into soccer field and is freaking out crying because she just fucked up everything all day long and all of the friends come and find and they sit with her and they're like what's going on she's like. I'm just a failure. I can't do anything right in the twins this. I'm just a mess massacre like we're all a mess. This happens to us every day. Russia just looks at them and she's like why are we talk about it? Exactly and then they bring up Mary Awesome. They're like maybe if we had maryalice would still be here. 'cause Brenda's characteristic after cell from the very beginning couldn't deal with shame. Shame yet and I used that example when I work clients all the time I always unlike. I'm sorry but a respite. I WanNa talk about desperate housewives but I remember that resonating so much with me and thinking like if we just can talk about shame and guilt infertility and everything Elson consequences in whatever here we are. You handles manifested with Brenda. And it's brilliant. I don't know who she was when we started coming. But that's something about it if you would like to talk more about your parents and fails your crap. Testing moments. Irina reasons. Having whatever is that you would like share us. Please feel free to reach out. Find US on Social Media. Our instagram and facebook handle is at never thought. I'd say this and our email me it's never thought I'd at Proton Mail Dot Com Brenda. Thank you so much for coming. In last words you'd like to impart to our listeners. People would like to follow you. Where can watch you and see you in a million things that you do well? I'd just like to say if is going through infertility or knows anyone going through infertility. They can go to strong yoga. The number four women dot com or Lily Living Leila and it's sad soulful conceptions dot com so there's tools and materials out there to help you and I'm Lillian Lutheran supergirl the one thing that so I'm evil which is really fun. Kids are obsessed. But I've just started directing directed episodes of thirteen reasons. Why for season four so graduation and athletes nominal season. Hopefully it will be really somewhere around graduation but I'm just so happy to be here and So he might. Instagram is Brenda underscore. Strong strong brand. One of the two can find it with by going. If you're in our instagram you can just look up right. Yeah all we ever so yes sir. Thank you everyone for joining us today. Don't Shane Yourself. It's alright don't change yourself. Don't don't be ashamed that yourself. I don't know anyone did your great moms dads whoever you are up there you're doing just fine and remember. Keep killing the pair of the game and not.
"brenda" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'
"Refresh my browser. That's how much media take take out but I haven't been on Sandra rose they'll give me stories about e Suray because they know I'm a black woman. I'm looking up a lot of things about black. Women and black women are in power men and black women doing things successful black women you know. And so they'll give me a ISA ray moment they'll give me a candy. Bursts has had a baby yesterday yesterday. Moment who you know even Madison. I saw tears Madison the other day. And it's like all these people that they know I love I watch. I'm friends. Runs with or something like that and it populates just my world. It's not giving me. I have to go outside of if I want to know anything other than black lose. I have to go outside. So imagine you're young white guy and you're putting shit like fantasy football and the new whatever new gun Out or you know the new hacky sacks you I don't know anything about young white men holiday AH hacky sack fantasy. Football crowd are two separate entities. That's not use the devil sticks and magic the gathering with our thanks for the first time in twenty years. Wow Oh took me. But but that's also that's that's the other thing is that the other thing that's more dangerous that our world that we are shown on social media as people of color is vastly different in in has lesser ramifications than that of a white person and their social media world because white young men right now being radicalized along the same lines as like young a young man Muslim men were radicalized by Isis online. So if you go to Youtube you type in like fortnight and then it turns into you know three D. printing a gun and then it turns orange into you know how to get AMMO and it turned into apocalypse. Shit and the next thing you know. They're just saying things so I I was reading a lot of articles about like a mom's being like you have to have conversations with your kids about what they're looking at and you also have to see the history because one mother a white woman she was saying how she's talking to her Kia son and he was saying things that was like completely against against everything that she raised him to be but it was the language that he was starting to us. About like different races. About anti-semitism homophobia that she's like. Oh Shit this is my son and it was because he was in the house but he was on the house looking up that you not even paying attention to because you think. He's watching like an boxing video. And now he's watching a video about the upcoming Armageddon. And so I think when it comes to that it's like we know I think people have a sense of like where we've been conspiracy theorists by by birthright. We have to be conspiracy theories this just believing in everything and believing that everybody is good and has good intentions. That does not happen in the black or brown community city but when it comes to white people now have started second guessing this amazing life experience that they bought into. Because why would the police be Nazis. A why I would politicians be corrupting embiid with Russian politicians. Why why would there be a sex trafficking ring? This targeting young girls at the guests. They look like they're like. Why would this is be happening? Dummy is been happening. Well yeah they're gunning because now they go they always been gunning for them but they've been going for us more but now they're gunning for them because because the setup in this country is always been about radicalize and white people and letting low margin low hanging fruit low rent White People Herald Ova black people no matter what you had standing right and so whenever we step out of. That's why why some people you watch awesome and you go this. Where does this white guy get the nerve to think he can ask a black woman if she belongs somewhere? It's like why. Why then you you WanNa turn around and act as if you're asking her this well because they just let in refracted anyone and so but the only indicator that you would even be asking in her this is because she's not the same color as you and the rest of the people that you only want to see in the pool because that's your place to privilege your your price of privileges privileges? I work hard so I can be in this gated community and now see Nigga here and I want to know why they live here right and why am I afford it. And that they're being afford. Yeah and the crazy thing is like it's so plain to me to see like the narrative for so long has been you need to protect yourself from the government. Because that was the the thing he told wipe who protect yourself from the government. That's why you have the the second amendment. Have your gun in case he does other fucking tea party revolution ever again in the Boston. Tea Party like like in their mind. Thinking about the government is like when you're over here trying to fuck us up and shut down in America we need to protect ourselves from the government in the future and it's like okay and then when he realized okay well now all of these people that we told to protect themselves for the government actually are aligned with the actual government being like the Republican in alt-left way of thinking thinking. Now we gotta give them a new bogeyman till now the new boogeyman. Is You know we all on the same page. But these people attacking America so now these people who are not like us the enemy me and they are black and Brown. Young kids who are now engaged is always seventy thousand people who would be at seventy thousand children who are now in custody if not more and that's going to be adopted by white people who are progressive. Who'll like I'm going to adopt this little brown kid? That came here and lost their mom and dad. Even though the mom and Daddy Daddy just won't give them back so it was like now. You have this whole another cycle of black while while this is a new a new group of the other. These are the other people that we need to be afraid of. You mean your neighbors has been here forever like now. You not afraid of the government who's lying to every debut afraid of the neighbor who makes the same amount of money as you has been living next to you for ten years so it was like it's always something it's just like I wish white people would just wake up and understand that they're being ponds and there are some who are not paused whole willing participants in the long game but either way I need to like wake up because it's like we've been telling you how to shift forever or they could stay asleep because we all know today. Blacks what's GonNa Happen. What's been happening for black people for black people and you wake up? You don't wake up at dinner today. We we gotta do better. We gotta do better. Don't be Now how how lovely. Oh I didn't get my tea. It's the she's getting your not right now. Actually he's going to. He's going to get trust me. I would love it I mean. Here's the here's the thing. Here's a nice guy. He's from Jersey to two Chi- from Jersey Right Guppies from Jersey. Yes whispering things from exactly I love. I love a Good Jersey. I loved it what I what I like hearing is this and I'm Gonna I just say it. The machine works yes. The machine is doing exactly what is supposed to be doing right now. And the unfortunate thing is is that if you look at if we look at the The societal behind it all right well you have the idea that yes we are getting some far left people from far right people but the machine works six even more for those that have a business. Social media is huge to kind of target those people and be direct and and find those niche people in order to get business to the door. And that's the unfortunate thing. I mean it should be something that should be used to to to develop you know more money in the economy but what we're finding is that social media has been used to kind of radicalize these both left and right scenarios. I mean we talked about a a little bit about these These warhol's you look online. Craft go watch a cat video for five five. No I'm watching took out videos. Sometimes you can just do a simple click to the right and it'll go down another different darker path. Yes yes yes yes and it's crazy. How far can go left right but the thing about this? Is that the more you know you talked about chrome and pulling it up. Yeah everybody everybody everybody that you just pulled that you spoke about. I have no idea who they are right right right but now I see here you know a room around roundup for the WWE got here. Rick Perry and trump and Obama got marvel. I got the office. I've got local news over here. These are all things or my world right now. Yes so there is. We are living in our own. Different bubbles all the time if you look back and I hate to bring back the election all all right twenty sixteen but the bubble in New York City didn't see what the rest of the world was looking at at that time. And I I'm I WANNA Meredith Heritage Point. I went on Meredith and I said Liliana Vasquez who was Mexican American Erkin. She had no time for. No trumps was building that wall and I said Ooh girl you endanger girl. 'CAUSE that need to be president and and Oh no no whenever I know and I said every time I would say that Nigga about to be proud of course that was a marriage is it in print that may be president. There was not the same amount amount of applause that like it wasn't overwhelming when she would counter me it would be like only a few people because I and I said I'm not listening for applause. That's going to be there. I'm listening for applause. That's not there because those are the people that are voting for him. The silent and I hate this word and I apologized to your audience. But the silent killers really what would amounts to is that that is an underrepresented minority An aquarium and I know. But that's the truth of. Yeah I mean this is the same wave that The women's rights used to get the nineteenth amendment. I mean this is an underwhelming. You have to remember how underground and let's have if we just talk about. Women's rights in particular. The nineteenth amendment was done in such secrecy just as the African American equal rights was done in such secrecy in churches and and then it became this growing thing and finally they popped over and they're using the same kind of Tactics in the in the far left and far right I mean the The Occupy Wall Street movement was done the same way and it and what happens is that it bubbles and the bubbles and bubbles hired just like that old popcorn the on the stove there. Yeah it was nice quite. You don't even know what's in there but then it pops and that's exactly what we're seeing in these pockets now. We're seeing pockets in Ohio. We're seeing pockets. And and I'm sending while these States Ohio Hi oh Florida and Pennsylvania and these are all swing states in for For the Torah College and I hate to get so political. Recall anything but very political here. I've always said I said the fact that we even have an electoral call electoral college. Can you put that camera new. I mean all they want to see you when we talk about the electoral college including I spoke about this because we were we. We were back to talking when Trump you know and I said the way that they try to justify..
"brenda" Discussed on Exvangelical
"Hello and welcome next juggle. I'm your host Blake chastain. I guess this week is Brenda Davies. Brenda is a youtuber and podcast. WHO has a youtube channel called? God is gray where she tackles. Lots of questions related to Christianity the end sexuality as well as a whole host of other issues her story is fascinating and the way in which she began to develop this in her life leading up to it and and all the experiences that that led her to doing this particular project in their particular medium that she has chosen which is primarily Youtube Sup- Youtube is very different and podcasting And of course it is just one of the most popular destinations on on the Internet. Is the number to you. Search engine behind Google itself and the number one estimation for video content on the web at least East within the Western world and we have a great discussion about her journey. As well as what it's like to operate in this sort of space and in many ways respond to a lot of the Evangelical content that is present on Youtube I do sound very old in this conversation. Especially when we go Into what it's like to make content for Youtube and Dan so yeah you'll hear some dated or wrong terminology for me and you know I'm just going to embrace it because I'm getting older and I don't. I don't know the lingo that the user using so yeah anyways of.
"brenda" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is this Brenda Lee Rockin around the Christmas trees it is a bill left is off today and I'm Linda Schneider day Neil is enough for bill and we have Jane monster is here we were talking about decorating we're gonna do the tree topper talk but first a great idea to one nine says some several members of our family have taken to putting up their tree before thanksgiving and decorating it with turkeys and pine cones in orange feathers we all refer to them as thanks miss trees thank I think it's great and they just swap out the order right and you don't have to do all the work right after thanksgiving the tree is up you just swap out the ordinance where you're swapping out your table I enjoy that tree topper we're doing a quick poll what do you have okay so I think we we switch it we have like either rotates transtar an angel there are so many really cool ones out there that I have seen that I like on that score but that I have a problem with the treat you can't hold it you know it's like two heavy Forder like learn greens you know you're so you kind of got to be careful unless there's some sort of you know special stabilizer I'm sure there is but you know those sometimes the ceramic angels are a little bit too heavy for the tree I do a big huge bowl but I've been doing that for years so I really want to switch it up when I was a three time I'm looking around at all their tree toppers and so we're gonna talk tree toppers over there on Saturday the twenty third what do you do when they we do a star it's kind of I don't know how to describe the wire star so it's not very heavy but it's still kind of have so little men and they never make the top of the tree like sturdy enough for any of these when I was growing up we had like this beautiful finial that just it was so pretty it it was turquoise and pain can just very multi colored and that went on top of my tree when I was growing up when I was a little kid I don't know where that video to it in the attic somewhere they probably broke because some of those ornaments like years ago or just so delicate and but did the funny thing is that once I pull out that are really old and they're they're really broken in half I still put on the tree yeah I think some of it's a little bit of gloom fixing it honey is that it's all it's because I like the pet situation we've had you know dogs are little dogs that want to jump up and grab stuff in the in the trees can be pretty enticing you know with all the things going on and then if you have those very fragile kind of old ornaments that you don't want there's always like man down you know like you're always gonna lose some people you know you gotta break some eggs in order to make it right there's always like an inventory taken at the end of the season how many are gone or you can take those old ornaments and put him in sort of a clear bowl and use that as like a table topper I've done that to say are you can purchase the old ornaments a lot of times it like an antique store and then you just arrangement a bowl little decorative Christmas balls or if it's really old you look at that ornament say thank you so much for all the memories you've given me and then you just drop it in the trash and buy new ones what Marie Kondo Marie Kondo like everything for me sparks joined on to get rid of anything but some times I'm like okay I need to part ways with us is a gene is it okay and now they have one you know where you can kind of capture the essence of those kind of big multi colored lights that we all sort of grew up well I love those new P. lights when I know right yeah were you exactly exactly where you feel like you need to keep those but they're they're just such a pain because I remember there was times when I was little we had to kind of find which was the culprit because one went out then they all went out right yeah but now they make ones that are brand new kind of state of the art probably energy efficient not so deadly but they look old but those new people to listen to this another trend you're finding them on trees so I love that look it said so fantastic look I was so surprised to see it because I remember those being outside or just a label of all days but now they make new.
"brenda" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Is Brenda from ABC news and if you like to understand the story behind the story check out start here the Daily News podcast from ABC news every morning start here get you ready for your day insightful straightforward reporting on a few of the day's biggest headlines just honored with Edward R. Murrow award for excellence in innovation start here takes you inside the stories that matter and where they're headed next to listen to start here for free every morning wherever you get your podcasts if you're getting ready to party this fourth of July ABC's become says you have to be smart about the national highway traffic safety administration finds more people die in drunk driving crashes in July then any other month of the year and independence day is a big reason why but director Alan pool at the governor's office of highway safety says Georgia may Buck that trend thanks to the convenience of ride sharing call triple a he sold it if you're in a ten mile radius they'll take you home recent statistics show only one do you why related death in July of last year down from six the year before Pete columns ABC news Atlanta an American fifteen year old is turning into a star at Wimbledon celebrities have been contacting her in social media relaxes her cocoa Goff says she wasn't expecting any of this I mean there's so much going on I don't know I'm just still shocked and I'm even here but after another stunning win at Wimbledon maybe she should the fifteen year old blasted past her second round opponent Slovakia's Magdalena rybarikova beating or in straight sets as she did Venus Williams in our opening round match golf faces Slovenia's Polona her sock on Friday helping our A. B. C. news fire has destroyed a big Jim beam warehouse in Kentucky filled with about forty five thousand barrels a Bourbon at let off so much heat lights on the fire trucks melted there are no worries now worries about the alcohol getting into local waterways and killing some.
"brenda" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show
"Today's question is from Brenda, and Brenda asks by often get asked to speak on stage, but I hate it. What should I do? I know speaking on stage gives me exposure, and helps my business and brand but I'm gonna absolute nervous wreck an absolute mess leading up to the speech should it. Keep speaking on stage, or just say, this is not for me. Thank sprinter for the question, and I totally get it public. Speaking is not for everybody. It's not something that comes natural to everybody. Everybody feels comfortable soon as onstage. Even after several times on stage. So you're going through your experiencing is totally normal, and some of us when this happens we be ourselves up. We say to ourselves on being.
"brenda" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me
"Ten what if the very act of naming what scares me is, in fact, magnetising, those very things to me? Not just mine, but all of our greatest fears are coming right, back at us, that we have to humanize each other. We haven't learned from our mistakes, and we have repeated them. And we didn't realize that the aliens were actually us. And that something that I never imagined could be a weapon, a piece of paper could slice through a delicate complex vulnerable. Part of me. It scares me that we don't know what we're doing. That we can't see beyond our own patch of sidewalk own kids. Our own eyes. Not so much scared of us as scared of what were not. What I'm not. What I can't even name or no but must learn. Somehow this around. My name is Brenda, and these are ten things that scare me..
"brenda" Discussed on Female Criminals
"Brenda told him, quote, oh, I've seen a shrink. I gave him three pages of notes, but that's all Peter Langman clinical psychologist and author of two books about school shootings said in a recent NPR segment on teens who commit mass killings, quote, whether or not they've been diagnosed or whether or not they're severely mentally ill. Something is going on that could be addressed through some kind of treatment. It's possible that if Noreen Harman's concerns had been heated and Brenda had been more closely examined by mental health professionals in December January tragedy might have been averted. At the Spencer household Brenda remained on the line with negotiator P E. Olson it was around one thirty pm by now, and he still hoped he could convince her to surrender during the call. Brenda told him she used drugs saying, quote, I use any dope. I can get my hands on today. I took some downers smoke some pot and drink some beer and whisky. This statement was later disproved law enforcement found no drugs or alcohol in her system when they administered a drug test, then as she had done with her classmates at school Brenda began to brag to Olson she said, quote, I like to fight whenever I fight. I fight dirty. I had to fight a friend over a dope deal. He'd ripped me off. I had to split his head wide open. She also boasted that she'd stolen amunition from different stores as well as from her father. She said, quote, I totally ripped him off. He never even knew. Of course, he's never home to find out anything anyway, however beyond stealing ammunition from her father's van the night before the shooting the rest of her statements were unproven and probably brenda's way of trying to feel more empowered author and professor of criminology Scott Bon said in an interview that mass shooters generally don't get enjoyment from the one time killing spree itself. He said mass shooters are often quote people who feel powerless in their own lives. And they're basically saying f you to the world take this. I'm going to take as many of you out as possible, and you will remember my name Brenda had likely been feeling powerless for a long time. Abused by her father, so depressed that she'd been seen a suicidal and yet not taken seriously by the psychiatrist Brenda empowered herself in a very tragic violent way. Coming up. Brenda faces the consequences for her actions. Now back to the story. After firing three hundred fifty bullets in the direction of Grover Cleveland elementary school sixteen year old Brenda Spencer remained locked inside of her house by now it was after two pm several hours after the shooting had ceased on the phone lead negotiator P E Olsen. Once again suggested that Brenda surrender. She told him she'd think about it hoping he might have finally worn her down Olsen told Brenda. He was going to hang up and call back in twenty minutes to get her decision. But unfortunately, when he called back Brenda still refused to surrender. In fact, Brenda told Olson she wanted to stay in the house longer and do some more shooting. Schick splaine that she'd learned an important fact on one of her favourite TV shows swat she said, quote, if I should at the police, they'll shoot back not understanding why she would want the police. To shoot at her Olsen told Brenda. It wasn't a good idea. He said if she shot at the police, it would end tragically, Brenda became increasingly agitated as they spoke and Olsen was afraid. She really would start shooting again in a letter published in letters from prison Brenda explained that on the day of the shooting. She'd wanted to die. She claims she attempted suicide before January nineteen seventy nine and failed. Though, there isn't concrete evidence to verify this still Brenda went on to write that she thought the shooting out the window toward the school would cause the police to arrive and continuing to shoot with police outside would result in the police shooting her from what she'd seen on television. She knew they never missed. This tactic is often referred to as suicide by cop. P E Olsen changed tactics. Trying to keep her from resuming her fire. He told Brenda that if she started shooting he couldn't control the swat officers. They might launch tear gas into the house, which would hurt brenda's pets a rat a snake and a dog at this Brenda seemed to grow less agitated she asked if what she had done was in the news. And if she was on television Olson replied, it was probably the case as they were quite a few news vans in the area. Brenda told him if she was arrested. She wanted to be sure she was taken away in handcuffs, then after almost three hours of negotiations. Brenda finally agreed to give up her weapons. She didn't reveal what made her surrender. She could have simply been exhausted. She could have felt she'd gotten the attention. She had sought or she could have just realized she had no other alternatives before coming out of the house. Brenda unload. Loaded her rifle and pellet gun as instructed and then walked out the front door. She carefully placed the weapons on the driveway turned around went back into the house and got back on the phone with Olsen for more instructions. Brenda exited the house again at three oh nine PM and to swat officers apprehended her she didn't resist. On January thirtieth the day after the shooting. Brenda was arraigned because of the seriousness of her crimes. The district attorney's office urged the court to try her as an adult. However for now Brenda was charged in juvenile court with two counts of murder and ten other criminal charges. If convicted she would receive a maximum sentence of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. The media had a field day with the case and new stories were everywhere. Brenda's quotes about not liking Mondays. And watching the shot children's squirm were replayed on every station. Both Wally dots homes were pelted with rocks and eggs, they received hate mail and death threats Brenda. I lawyer Robert Butler asked to be relieved from her case because he also received death threats. Dr Thomas Rogers, a psychiatrist who examined Brenda for her pre-trial. Evaluation concluded she was a young misfit who was deeply troubled by her parents divorce and living a bleak existence in her father's home. Other mental health professionals who examined Brenda confirmed her fragile mental state saying she showed characteristics of schizoid personality. They felt she should be treated in a mental health facility. Not incarcerated in prison. According to the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders, schizoid personality disorder manifests itself by early adulthood, through social and emotional detachments that prevent people from having close relationships people with it are able to function in everyday life, but will not develop meaningful relationships with others there, typically loners and may be prone to excessive daydreaming as well. As forming attachments to animals Brenda was thought of as weird by her classmates in school and had very few friends. She usually preferred. Solitary activities like photography target shooting and caring for her many pets. She made up stories about taking drugs and getting into fights that most likely didn't actually occur causes for schizoid personality disorder aren't fully known. But a prior brain injury may have caused Brenda to develop symptoms in thirty years. Study psychologist, Dr to Weera Copenhagen found that several psychiatric patients who had experienced traumatic brain injury had lesions in the frontal lobe area, these lesions possibly caused social interactional and attachment problems loneliness and subsequent schizoid development. When Brenda was fourteen. She was in a bicycle accident striking her head on a telephone pole it caused her to blackout and she felt woozy for at least a day afterward. She wasn't evaluated for injury at the time. But after she was arrested doctors performed brain scans. They discovered. Brenda had damaged to her frontal lobe, in addition to frontal, lobe, lesions most mental health professionals theorized that leak childhoods where warmth and emotion were absent might also contribute to the development of schizoid personality disorder after brenda's parents, divorced. She said she felt abandoned by her mother and was abused by her father after her previous attorney resigned. Brenda's case the court appointed attorney Mike McGlynn to defend her. He argued that because of brenda's young age and psychological problems. She lacked the criminal sophistication to be tried as an adult McGlynn hoped. She could receive psychological help and rehabilitation in a youth facility until she was twenty three at which point her case would be reassessed and further action taken McGlynn was also afraid Brenda would be assaulted and harmed in an adult prison. The prosecution, however was pushing for the. The maximum sentence and Brenda didn't appear to be cooperating with her own defense in fact throughout the weeks after her arrest Brenda shut down and was unemotional and uncommunicative with everyone including the psychiatrists who examined her. Perhaps because Brenda wasn't talking lawyers and psychiatrists
"brenda" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"So it's part of the culture, it's a polar of of their program. So I love the idea that if you know, that's the culture, you're a predator. You're not gonna go to Stanford. That's just commonsense. Right. Predators hunt where there allows away with it. So if you know, there's a culture of accountability, you're not going there. You're gonna go to a different school where you think you can get away with it. Right. That's what the experts say. They do find places where they know people are likely to protect the institution over the morality of the people. Absolutely, absolutely. That's been proven a million times over that predators onto where they can get away with it. So and and not only that. But then, you know, the team, you know, they're wearing set the expectation t shirts they have risk being the Stanford. They're going to take back the night. So getting involved it's becoming a thing that spreading the culture is spreading across the campus now, and so that's the other thing. Right. If you're a predator, and you go to a party on call on the college campus, but there's a couple of guys from the football team there. Right. You're probably not gonna hundred that party either you're gonna leave because you know, that those guys are the ones that have said, I'm in a sense. I see something I'm gonna say something something people on my campus. Are this is not happening on my campus had that coaching? How those people bring especially put both players it changes things and predators door their places. And because of that people are safe. Yeah. Well, it's it's such important work that you're doing we could talk forever. But we're out of time. I really I was inspired by you connecting with coach Riley and changing his perspective and being able to forgive an and an involve him in the solution. And just if for those who obviously might not ever have a chance to go see Brenda speak at a school. Like, I said there's a really fantastic ringer article. From last year, there's a couple of great ones from this year as well, including one on the athletic, and, but there's a great ringer article about the work that she does and get getting into detail about her story as well that I would highly recommend and then your petition is at change dot org slash NCWA. Everyone can go check that out too. Thanks so much for for coming on the show. I really I'm just so impressed by the work. You're doing you're so important. Thank you. Thank you so much for having me. I really appreciate you giving out for tuning to kinda elevate my voice in the message, and the mission could really believe that you know, if we all work together, we can change this. It's not it's not impossible. We really can't do it. Yeah. I agree. It's just a slogging through. Right. Get getting through to. Needed that need need to be told. Thanks, Brenda Lee predate it, thank you so much. Oh and another thing this week. That's what she read is the story that I mentioned a couple times in my interview with Brenda, Tracy. It's by Katie Strang, and it was posted back in September of twenty eighteen the headline is by sharing her story. Sexual assault survivor, Brenda Tracy makes an impact across the country. It just incredibly well written story that gets even more into detail. Exactly what happened with brenda's assault and the various ways in which she was failed by the system, by coaches by those around her and how she has taken her own at times hopelessness and turned it into a cause. And it's really worth reading again by Katie Strang in the ethnic. And it's a headline is by sharing her story. Sexual assault survivor, Brenda Tracy makes an impact across the country. Thanks as always for lasting. About an hour with me. That's what she said.
"brenda" Discussed on The Persistence Factor
"Like a widow by slapped my chest as hot as I can to get me in state, but it works every single Tom note. Tony does this too. I think he was a power move is at right, Brenda. Yeah. I think that's what he calls it. But like, you slapping, your chest to imagine if you were going into a meeting or you're going to get new clients or you were going to do something. And you did that that's your that's your anchor. It literally anchors those feelings emotions to you. What's interesting before we go on this interview in this podcast? I did the same thing. But mainstay so makes complete sense. This is amazing such good stuff. Wow. Well, that's really cool because some people have anchors that are music. I mean, I'm very drawn to music. You're not always in a place where you can just crank the music or crank your power song. So sometimes it's just a matter of getting up where you are. And just dancing it out man, like dance shit out of. It's. Or pistol very lonely. If you Don out right true and people like that's just weird. I'm like well do at once tell me how you feel. Yeah. But I think most people kind of want to be stuck in that self pity's. Don't want to be grateful. I don't wanna dance it out. Like, a rob a beat this miserable and unhappy what most people do right? Yeah. Hundred percent 'cause I mean being miserable and unhappy takes less effort. Yes state. The other thing is like most people, and I'm sure you guys run into this. You ask somebody like what they want out of life, and they go, I don't know. Well, how you can get there. I like delay compare this to like GPS, right? Yes. Has three components your current location in your destination and the path to get there. If you don't know where you are currently located how does your GPS work. It doesn't it becomes useless. So stop focusing on the past stop worrying about the future and be present. Because it's your present moment that creates serum as ING future. All areas of life, not just money and success like every area of your life, yet that makes sense what you think anxiety so prevalent in this day and age because so many people that we speak to experience it myself. I'll hold my hands up and be honest and transparent. Now, I've had a lot of anxiety in my life. But why do you think anxieties is so prevalent in society Brenda because we're constantly focused on the future? When I was going through my life changes like my divorce. I was so anxious which is why I turned to the booze because it helped shut my brain off because I was constantly emigrant have enough money is gonna work out. Emma, going to be single for the rest of my life. Like Imigran be low than him. Seventy we focus on the future. Which is why? Anxiety, depression, tend to come from futures thoughts. Right. But I gotta let go of that. And just not don't go there. Yes. Yet that makes complete sense. And it kinda makes sense to if somebody is really serious about transforming unday gets up. Will you will you say enough is enough that probably it will be a good idea to seek out. Someone like Brenda Jones stood. A help because you've been number one. But also you the proven track record. That's why as I mentioned already jasmine in Iowa can with you right now. And we would just can before we dumped on this putt costs. How brenda's given us a kind of meditation visitation Sadie that we listened to before bed. We only been doing it for a couple of weeks already. I'm not just saying it because you're you're live on this puck off right now, Brenda I feel a huge shift right now just in my mindset, and when I wake up first thing in the morning, so I know that this stuff absolutely works. And I know that the subconscious mind is wide open fussing in the morning and loss thing at night. And that's why you told us to this. Tha that audio before we go to sleep. And isn't it, isn't it? Correct. That your subconscious mind is still out putting while you're in at sleep. Oh, absolutely. So when people are like so the programs. I create are designed to help people sleep..
"brenda" Discussed on KTRH
"By here uh well i think the question of brenda your assuming that that uh there's wife there now living on the planet and that that the live there survive they're using that planet's resources uh well what we think is going on with fires is this the really isn't anybody there now that what we're seeing is evidence of some of the wet in their in there and and how long might they have been there to do what we think they've done yeah we talked about millions of years ago we're thinking that these objects millions of years results but you know brenda legitimate question no i mean you know what did our astronauts when they went to the moon i mean your voice ride sued you gonna bring stuff when you go to a hostile environment unless the robots well true right that's why we send our our probes the mars the way we do uh be found out this sending people is a very messy and death and extensive and uh dangerous so are so now has been in the robotics pro business for a long time now uh almost two point where they're kind of protecting that because there are people who do that what could either job but for very good reasons you know the the thing we can do a lot of good science there without putting people at risk and you're right you know i mean you know you don't have to worry about what you're going to eat but you still have to energy and uh and uh you know i if if if there are people that the still go to that place today or anywhere else in in any hostile environment well what are you gonna you're gonna you're gonna bring those resources great exporters on the earth is a wonderful.