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Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song Are 'Overjoyed' by Birth of Son Dakota
"You see macaulay. Culkin had had his first kid with brenda song. I had no idea that he he and brinda song. Where a couple we'll either. I was surprised and shocked. And i was like okay brenda. She's got a thing for the other guy. She dated was miley cyrus brother. Who was in the band intro station. And he that is a weird looking scrawny white dude. I think that is the same guy that she was dating. But macaulay culkin. I mean if that doesn't make you feel old. I don't know what does he got it. He got well he is old though. He's he should already been having kids. How old is he. He's probably in his mid thirties late thirties. But i don't know you just picture kevin on the cover of home alone calculus forty forty Hooked up with london tipton. hope everybody just kind of lexus. He said he's forty and alexis. Because just wrap it up. Let's live for your forty two forty year old man. She's thirty three. He brinda songs thirty-three. He's forty you date a guy who was forty or thirty now. He's macaulay culkin colleague. Kalkin though
Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song Welcome Their First Child Together
"Congratulations. Macaulay Culkin. Yes, is now a dad. Win Brenda songs and a baby and Brenda Song had a baby now McCauley Culkin's rep confirming T news that yes, Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song are new parents and the baby arrived on April 5th in Los Angeles, and they named him Dakota Song Culkin in honor of Macaulay Culkin, Slate older sister who passed away After being hit by a car in 2008. Very sweet. Everyone's healthy. Happy him here,
Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song Welcome Their First Child Together
"Congratulations. Macaulay Culkin. Yes, is now a dad. Win Brenda songs and a baby and Brenda Song had a baby now McCauley Culkin's rep confirming T news that yes, Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song are new parents and the baby arrived on April 5th in Los Angeles, and they named him Dakota Song Culkin in honor of Macaulay Culkin, Slate older sister who passed away After being hit by a car in 2008. Very sweet. Everyone's healthy. Happy him here,
The Bodega Giveback Pepsi
"If you're black is the solar system the bodega is decide Hood orbits the bodega boys Jesus might you said I'm the kid. Well with the bodega boys remember them old like cowboy movies when they had the General Store. Yeah, you can go and get anything. It's a general slow Halo ended on the same page two beagles. I ever got home. It's like you part of family bodegas more than a store is the lifeblood of the community. I'm saying single genetically end in Trenton Joachim Walker's knee nobody. I've been coming here since I was about four years old, at least I've been a customer at this store for twenty nine years. I've been going here since the eighties. My mother would send me to the edge. She didn't have the money they give it to us. They trust us enough to bring it back which is it's not like every other store over here. That's why the store bed for so long. They look over the hood hard. All the big stores were sold out when you don't got it the same day guy had a shout to the bodega Thuggin it through and being there for us during these unprecedented times now real. But unfortunately this Brenda megado our wish if I could come out the house to see my grandfather maybe a few days before he was gone. But I was unfortunately I was unable to do that. I was only able to mourn his death. Yeah a little. 1:40 a.m. When he calls it affected all of us, we must have really had nowhere to go at times with him saying it was hard. This is the oldest or on a block from here to at least four or five blocks down. You won't see another story was very difficult for me to move around to certain places when the store was closed down by Andy Mineo. Finally did open up. It was just a blessing. Everything War has been four people over here will come back some cuz people respect that I'm getting choked up about it though, but it really serves Community it comes back to you in different ways when you get off when you live in New York City, you find a bodega that become your Bodega. You linked up bond with that person. That's your spot to loom my guys going on. Yo, we've heard good things about this Bodega. We heard you've been holding down the neighborhood. How long have you been here at a year? Maybe Batman a superhero Jesus you have done so much to the neighborhood on the behalf of Pepsi. We want to give You need something. From d r y this year has brought a lot of challenges. But if we learned anything is that being there for each other can mean everything because you've gone out of your way to help others have she's proud to provide me with financial support to help cover the cost of one year of rent for your store. Love your Pepsi family. My guys I'll be seeing you guys deserved it. You need more people like you to keep the world a great place. Enjoy it he making these chopped cheese sandwiches keep the doors open down in neighborhood, man. So proud of you getting. Okay, so you're going to know we appreciate you mad libs.
Chicago's first breast milk depot officially opens
"Hospitals are fighting racial health disparities with breast milk. WB Easy's Natalie Moore reports premature Babies born at Sinai Hospital have the option to drink donor breast milk and have insurance. Pick up the tab. Officials say that makes it the first safety net neonatal intensive care unit in Illinois to do so. Brandy Brenda is what Sinai Chicago for those moms that walk into a hospital, and I have to deliver a baby way sooner than they want. So now what we doing this? We're allowing those moms that really wanted to give their babies that breast milk. We're now giving them that option to do so. Sinai says Black. Premature babies are more likely to die from complications of prematurity, Ethan White babies. Rest. Smoke gives the nutrients to reduce complications. Natalie
Boston Among 74 School Districts To Request Waiver To Delay Elementary In-Person Learning
"Houston public schools waiting to hear from the state on their way for request to reopen schools later than the state mandate for in person Learning Bust in school Superintendent Brenda CASS Elliot's told the City Council's Education committee is her hope that statement approved Boston's waiver request to delay in person learning K through eight until April. 26 3 weeks later than the state is mandating. We're going to return strong, the state has okay 58 waivers. They say Boston's request is still under review as his
"brenda she" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Brenda, remember? G God God, Mr. My black. I'm a cop ever memory Rasta thing Looking talking this clock? My dad told me to promise you'll sleep better Let me Oh, Let him study. Yeah, Yeah, we've been is got to rebound in his Robin for me. What? You can cross me again. 1200 boys, I get lost in a win If you talking on the U Bend dogs and take his chin mae back as you be for my refugees by block Fenner. Good for money in the streets. I was so long when the odds Tommy had the gas that had it on me. 30,000 thought it was my last day. But they ain't even won't know small if I had to choose and murder which you won't owe go. Brenda, remember God. God! What? Mr My black. I'm a cop. Never Memory, Broxton. It's no good talking just clock my black comedian. Private sugar. Sweet. Better Let me go today. Me Muffy on that bus, And if I get the top, wake up, laughing and Richard with power mornings right now it's time for your song of the hour to win $1000 family. Hey! By happy Do they? You know what we're doing? Yeah, I got that. Can't cash to give away $1000. All you gotta do is hear that candid Castle Gonna our yo, deejay charisma. Give me with that thing takes that you get a taste test. Thanks. D Let it taste Yeah, that's cool, being like Maxie right there. Taste Hey, my tiger. I could taste in it, my bro right here. And we got his joy coming up this hour that when you $1000.1000 dollars of my money when I play and wait for the song the end Hey, 185201059 is the number he called 106. And you went $1000 of my money. That's what I'm talking about. Now, Melissa, as usual. You are in charge of the bag. Leave it open was up in there. 1000, right, $1000 there. It is all the way, baby. He was never taste this hour. You might win that bow out. Hey, Whoa! Hey, Hey, hey. Yeah, I'm making a change today. The liquor been taking the pain away. I heard you was giving your chain away. It's kind of like giving your fame away was wrong with you. I fit in the box with their own is doing Boss is a road that I've grown into. I love you to death. But I told you the truth. I can't just be what you want all of you. Yeah, I got one virtual got one in that day. And the Holy too, man. How many times have I shown improvement? How many.
"brenda she" Discussed on Around the Rim
"If she decides to go this season but they've also developed their backcourt. Tell me a little bit about why. Oklahoma state is the number three team right now in the big twelve. You're not the only person that thought things are going to be good in stillwater. After vivian grey laps The fact that you know not natasha. Mack was good last year but she was a junior college transfer. She has just expanded her game. Her offensive skills her shot blocking ability. One of the best in the country. She anchors the defense and then jamie as bury their guard has just blossomed. She's like i think up about ten points per game. And as i've talked to jim mattel and different players on that team. They say that their team chemistry is amazing. And maybe the best. It's ever been under half and everybody likes each other. Everybody supports each other. And as you and i have watch teams throughout the country over the years you know. It's it's those teams that truly like each other that play for each other. That are most successful and i think oklahoma state has a lot of talented parts But i think because they're playing with such chemistry on both ends of the court that's elevated them and they've got a couple of really good freshman that have come in and made an impact. So i think it's all of those things and you know they're sitting in a good spot right now We'll see what happens with them and baylor today in this game But no matter what they're probably going to end up either the three seed or possibly the two seats will be the opposite side of the bracket in the big twelve tournament. And anytime you can be in the opposite side of the bracket baylor. You've got a chance to make it to the finals and i've been. I've been really impressed with them. That's where you want to be. And you mentioned jamie asbury now is she. And the top eleven which i always. I'm always shocked when a guard can be in the top fifteen and field. Goal percentage league because to me post players are usually the leaders there. But she's number eleven shooting forty two percent from the field but she's number one in the league and three point field. Goal percentage shooting at forty five percent. So you're absolutely right about improvements and when you look at oklahoma state. Their current streak. They've won three in a row and they lost february tint at texas now. I watched that game. Natasha mac got injured in nagy gone for a very long stretch. And so obviously that makes your job a little bit easier when you don't have to worry about other teams best player in oklahoma stages didn't get back into a rhythm when she came back into the game and not to take anything away from texas but know. I am excited to see how they perform against baylor in this wednesday night matchup because if there's someone that can tell us what natasha mac is really about is going to be baylor's defense so i'm definitely looking forward to that one now a team. That may be a surprise to some. But i had my eye on coming into the season. Boy excited about this matchup on wednesday night west. Virginia is the number eighteen team in the country. They are going to take on iowa state wednesday night. My carries team. I mean. we always know they're going to be tough defensively but we knew how important it was for them to be a better offensive team. This year and between kaiser gandara zik who is fourth in the league in scoring averaging twenty points per game Really leading the charge for them as mary. Martinez is one of the most improved players in the league as well transferred mississippi. State's gotten healthy What does this west virginia team brinda have what it takes to not only maybe compete for a big twelve championship in the tournament. But could this be a sweet sixteen t. I think they could. I think it depends on a some injury situations. I just had their game this last weekend. Against tcu and maintain wise of their their point guard or plays a lot of point guard. They they shift around a lot of different players. Play point guard. But she's a really good defender. Went down with a really bad looking injury to look like her hip. So i don't know what her status will be and then kaiser goners. It was her senior day and came out of the halftime locker room and didn't play in the second half. We never did get a full story on why she did. Not get back into game It was kind of odd Solo I'm very interested to see if kaiser is available for this game against iowa state and what's madison status because when those two are available i think they're amazing at you talked about as mary. Martinez i may just not only is she like a monster on the boards And can score inside. But she stretched her game out and can hit threes and just when they when west virginia runs and scores and transition and move the basketball. Besides that great defense. You talk about the they're really impressive. Offensively to i do think they can make a run. But i really have to look and see how healthy they are. Wow that's big news especially if something did happen with kaiser if they don't have wise mean deans going to have to step up. Cari is definitely gonna player that you would think has to pick up a little bit more of the low depending on what happens. But they're a team. I'm keeping my eyes on a team that i've been disappointed in brenda. I came into the season. Saying this was going to be a breakthrough year for kansas state. A huge Ao colle- fan. Cars is great. I mean they've got so many good pieces and yet they are one in twelve in conference. I did not see that coming. What has happened to k. State well The a couple of things They you know the graduated some good players and point guards and they really don't have a true point guard and so they haven't been able to figure that piece out and came back from christmas and they had You know the the can't say exactly But there were. I know Double digit number of cova cases of in on their team. And not. just so you know You know we can't be specific and all that kind of stuff but they basically lost several weeks of players even being able to practice and even leave their apartments and so when they came back of they actually. I had a few their games in that stretch. They were ahead of west virginia in morgantown. The first game. They came back and west virginia on a run the last five minutes of the game and won the game. They were head in like I think it was seven games in the last five minutes and their opponent came back. And so i just think i do think that they have a lot of talent but because they had that big chunk of time where nobody gets practiced They just don't have the legs to finish games. And you know maybe by the time. Big twelve comes through. They might make a run because they might finally have their legs back under them. So don't count them out and that's why as you look ahead to the big twelve tournament. There's a solid five teams that are projected in the incidental a tournament near the top five but the other five teams in the league. Don't count them out all five of them from oklahoma texas tech tcu. Kansas kansas state can score in if you have the ability to put the ball in the basket you can. You can make some noise you know and you can hit a bunch of three pointers and you can upset some people and it's been really interesting with all of the teams that have had pauses and stops and starts inch whatever. Oklahoma has basically had six players available all year and they knocked off west. Virginia and i was state so in played baylor within eleven points which isn't bad either. Yeah and they were. They were close at halftime and it was really close at half. They were shooting fifty eight percent. Or something against baylor's defense in the first half so i there's some really interesting things going on across the country just with teams not being able to practice all the time and players not being of it available and i think it's gonna make for some interesting things in postseason you know. We might see some surprises in some of these conference tournaments. It's going to be interesting to watch to your point..
Putnam County Judge relents, allows lawyers concerned about COVID to appear remotely
"Putnam Putnam County County Judge Judge has has relented relented toe toe lawyers lawyers concerns concerns about about in in person person court court proceedings proceedings during during the the Corona Corona virus virus pandemic pandemic by by allowing allowing a death penalty hearing set for tomorrow to be held remotely. In an order signed last week, Superior Court Chief Judge Brenda Trammel said she will allow attorneys to appear via zoom. The attorneys represent Donny Rowe, charged with killing two guards during an escape from a prison bus. In
"brenda she" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Brenda, We have a cop car with Mr Love. My black card. Never met a room. Brock's talking clock back to meet Travis. You please let me go. Let me go. Thank you so much. You know, now it was ladies night. She was crazy, right? Maybe, like Agent She looked at me and said, You may be right. I may be crazy like you wouldn't believe it. He's like you know what? Ladies like. Man that's polite, listens and takes advice. I'm gonna be on three plus seconds. Come with me. Come stay tonight. She looked at me laughing like boy. Your game is tight. I'm laughing back, like show you right? Get in the car. And don't touch nothing. Sit in the car. Let's discuss something. Even we love it nor see you tomorrow. Now we're speaking up the West Side hand creeping up. Ready. Ready to ready for 50 50 exist. Damn damn already be home now. Let's get it on. Not going. That's not my drink. Meet people again. That's right. That's right. That's right. He goes driving now so much So that way we get 8 10, 9 10 and 10 cents in the morning with Big Boi's Neighborhood three and 5 10 with the cruise show it one more shot at night. Hope. L. A new home for hip hop register at Real 92 3 l A doc hog. I got to move. E got the moves. I'm making moves. You gotta move. You gotta move. She made that back. Move. She made it something that I made the city move. I won't I made the city move. I got to move on. I got the moves. I got the moves. I'm making moves. I'm making moves. You gotta move. You gotta She made that back. Move. She made it. Something more Got I made this anymore. E made the city move. Give me the ball. And now I had to pass the night passing out sometime as Mattel take a plan and a back to back a hit after hit. Check the batting. Never. I say the word flipping acrobatic got a little time and a lot of talent. Do a little talking and a lot of access in the competition, Not a challenge Our legs move. I walked doing this big attack, but I could count on my hands. Woman talks. In this beautiful dress Velasco in his boot, and he apparently was barely 21 as very legal particular. She was probably barely leave all man. It's time to get you probably suspected..
In A Los Angeles Park, Worrying Signs Of Rising Homelessness
"Continues to pummel the nation's economy, There are troubling signs that more people are slipping into homelessness. NPR's Adrian Florido visited Park in Los Angeles, where this is becoming more visible every day. Echo Park is one of Ella's iconic public spaces. It has a big lake lined by palm trees and a postcard view of the downtown skyline. It's always had a small homeless community. But in the last few months, people sleeping in tents have filled half of the park's 16 acres. Jesse Brandy moved in four months ago after losing his job programming office phone systems. Everything's closed. Businesses aren't putting any effort into you know, telephone lines in programming those systems out of work. He couldn't afford the rent. So that left me with friends going through, you know, house the house and then became a burden. So So he came to the park and pitched a tent. There are people have been here before hand, but a lot of these people right here. This was because of the pandemic. Federal, state and local addiction moratoriums are supposed to be keeping people in their homes, even if they can't pay the rent during the pandemic. It says that who moved into Echo Park over the summer, said a lot of people like him have left their apartments anyway. Rather than fall behind on rent. I didn't want that hanging over me. Even though there was a moratorium on Enter and I didn't technically has to pay it. I'm not making money. So how? While my loading up on death, he said in addiction over back rent would hurt him for years. He recently found a temporary job working the reception desk it a tax preparation firm. Colleagues don't know He lives in the park. Which is why he asked me not to use his last name. Like I met people out here. They had good jobs. And then could the foreground. This pandemic is just, you know, I really hit him hard. There's even like families with kids here, you know, because of the pandemic groups that fan out to do. Homeless counts have put that off for now, making it hard to know how many people the pandemic has already driven to the streets. Just because there's no academic data does not discount our own eyes. Pete White directs the Lay Community Action Network, an anti poverty organization. Us traveling in communities where there were no house with people and there are now informal settlements everywhere. There is no dept that their arm or people on the streets Ella in California have had a homeless crises for years. And while officials are using pandemic relief money to get people inside White fears. What he's saying is just the beginning here and nationally. This crisis will on Lee get worse unless we figure out how to do all we can to keep people who are barely hanging on. In their homes. And for folks who are house list, figuring out cheaper and faster and innovative ways to get people inside. Brenda Modano moved into Echo Park before Christmas and says the community has formed quickly here with weekly meetings and all We get together. We discussed that girls, if anything wrong or what? What's going on? You know how many kids you could have? She was standing with stubble. What soy who was manning a table accepting donations for the parks residents. Shoes, toilet paper soap clothing. Ah, feel crappy about because by doing that I know that I'm helping some other people and that made me happy. So I moved into the park seven months ago, almost for the first time in his life, he said. 35 years after moving here from what they might let you pulled the business card out of his tent who started with so general handyman? I do I do. Drive one painting, plumbing, hardwood floor. That's what I do. So he says that when the pandemic struck work dried up the first night in his tent, he couldn't believe it, but everything happens for every zones. You're gonna get up on my feet. I know that I don't Don't get up. I'm going after I lost everything. He started recycling cans, he says, and scraping jobs together. Little by Little Adrian flooded. NPR NEWS, Los Angeles
"brenda she" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Brenda, remember cop car with Mr my black? I'm a cop that ever memory, Broxton. It's no good talking clock. My glad to meet you. Promise you'll sleep better. Let me go. You know you are the one Los Angeles power 106 to 21 88 Listen. Yes. From you and me, baby. Just tell me what to do. And I needed a goatee and hot dogs crib in the middle of the night that you see Heather what? You want to know everything. Making them is like reading that need a loving skills Come lazy with Israel killed Mickey. I guess you never tell me your last memory crypt down. People's You wanna write everything. Nothing. Do you remember? Today You get down, down, down, down down, But you're right. You know everything. Days. I need a companion. Good as that. Must be a body like this summer touch like no other. Don't you tell him Wait. Don't wait. Don't tell him Tell him. Don't tell him. You need anything. I'm going to tell him. So you saying down with it. I'll tell my aunt ground with. Do you know? So Chicago Body Browett. Nobody take me out there. You got kids. Bring them down to South Park Gonna house. Don't you worry about it? Sure. This'll be bad, right? Says. Don't Don't. Don't. Don't do anything. You tell them dogs don't tell if you don't tell. Don't tell you anything. You tell them not 148616. I got a missed call from your ship in black number four. She wants my body getting.
Adobe's Top 5 Creative Trends for 2021 - with Brenda Milis
"Hey welcome back to another episode of podcast. I'm your host frederik. Van johnson today on the show. I am honored and excited to have my friend. Brinda mills here from adobe. Brinda is the principle of visual trends. Adobe she's gonna be talking about what that means and also we're just gonna diving really deep on just what the zeitgeist of creativity looks like and how those kind of changes and trends might influence your work whether it be photography designed video etc brinda. Welcome to the show. are you doing. hi i'm great. Thanks for having me. I always love talking about trends especially with creative's and there's a ton of trends. I'm excited talk about this stuff. Because it's when you when you and i talk. It's almost like once a year. You and i talk great in your your team. Well you say. What is your team do i. What is a what is the the principle of visual trends at adobe with well my my role basically is to help both creatives in other people who want to contribute to stock and make money from the pictures they make At as well as clients because the clients. I work with our creative professional's understand the kinds of imagery that is interesting to viewers consumers the kind of images that people look at get their attention really retains viewer interest and engagement but also not to just say. Hey this is what's hot. You know not just to do that to really give context cultural social context to each of these trends so that really makes sense to greater so they really understand not just what is sound but why is it so. I'm because that really adds a lot of kind of power to the producer of the visuals yet. I'm hearing when you. I'm sorry we when you look at this from a from a commercial. Because i just kind of two sides of a coin there's a commercial side where you know. I'm a creative. And i'm creating work that i want to want it to be relevant in cultural culturally significant to right now and what's happening on the planet right now and then on the non commercial is called the advanced amateur consumer side of it. Those creatives also create work that resonates with their audiences. Does this serve both of those masters absolutely absolutely you know. I think that we're all pretty aware have been for some time that we're living in a world that changes very quickly and of course you know a twenty four seven you know content streaming That not only shifts the creative landscape more more quickly than ever been also shifts viewer engagement with content more quickly than ever. So i think there are a lot of people out there who are creatives. Who would just like to understand. Will what's trending. That's the credit trends and y you know. And how does it relate to the work. I'm doing or the work. I'd like to develop so one of the things to think about as we talk about creative trends. Focus on visual trends in this conversation One of the things that i want people to think about is that there's never idea that all of the trans would be relevant to any one producer anyone photographer videography or anyone company. Even it's just that maybe one maybe two of the trans will really resonate in aligned with your own style with your own voice your own creative voice and that's really what we want to help. Contributors help artists plug into like. Oh i see how this use of color or this topic. Really aligns with the work. I love a work. Maybe a project. I've been thinking about doing and now i can. Actually it. Actually kind of is almost a strategic tool. Not just for making money. It's really plan your next shoot. Yeah the when when someone looks at these trends and we're going to dive into the report shortly when someone looks at these trends should they say it's a newer photographer. That wants to make sure that their body of work their their book and you know their work is relevant so when they presented somebody the reaction will be oh. This person is plugged in. What's going on is this. This is a resource. Those folks can look to you as well right absolutely absolutely. Yeah absolutely get really is is for creative about levels. And that's what you'll see as soon as we died in you'll see visual trends in particular. Are i think they resonate with virtually every audience. These trends have mainstream appeal so a lot of work. I do really on a daily basis. I work with a global forecasting company come. Wgn everywhere in media social platform. So i'm looking at so many reports in so much. Somebody projects. But i won't. I won't develop something as visual turned until it really feels relevant to mainstream audiences. Because again i'm here to help creative all types but also to help commercial artists sell their work so what these visual trends really kind of present is something that may have started off as a very meaty artistic practice. Maybe three years ago. But that i've been studying where my colleagues have been studying studying the development watching its scale until we see all sorts of data we even have proprietary adobe stock search data to confirm our findings Around you know search searches that align with each of the trend to watch those things scaling. So it's a lot of qualitative and quantitative data and as you'll see when they go into. These do have broad appeal and can be practiced in many ways. I think that's might be one of the things that's interesting about our conversation today. These are super super specific techniques. If we were talking about motion transfer today. There might be a little more technical editing aspect but visual trans can be approached in so many ways. And that's why. I think it's an exciting conversation for this audience
CPS, CTU Avoid Teacher Lockout, Remote Learning to Continue During ‘Cooling Off' Period
"Chicago. Public schools is in session tomorrow. A lockout and strike have been averted but for how long amanda finicky joins us now with more. Amanda does yes within the past hour or so we got word from both. cps and the chicago teachers union that remote learning will continue at least for tomorrow and wednesday. Today was to have been the first day back in the classroom for kindergarten. Through eighth graders who wanted to return to physical school instead. It was another day of virtual learning as negotiations progress. This is a sort of last minute. Maneuvering that is frustrating for whiplash parents like ryan griffin. It's a fiasco for parents for twenty four hundred students. I can't underestimate how disruptive that is to two families lives especially. you're balancing sharing for other family members. I did speak with griffin earlier this afternoon before the latest news. Which is this. Cps today says that talks led to an important milestone and as such it will not go forward with locking out teachers of their virtual classrooms for refusing to show up in person. Tomorrow or wednesday. And if they're not locked out of the classroom then the union says teachers are not going to strike meaning that they will again show up tomorrow to teach virtually as they as most at least have been. Since last march both sides are signaling optimism that this may be the end of the back and forth we have secured agreement on one other open issue and made substantial progress on a framework that we hope will address the remaining issues. We are calling for a forty eight hour cooling off period that will hopefully lead to a final resolution on all open issues as a result of the progress. We have made and as a gesture of good phase four now. Teachers will retain access to their google suite. That's a statement from both mayor. Lori lightfoot and cps chief janice jackson the chicago teachers union meanwhile calling it heartening that the lightfoot administration will continue bargaining saying that its members. Don't want to strike in this. I know in just a bit. You're going to be speaking with c. You leadership it is not by the way just chicago. That has their eyes on this. Reporters pressed the white house press secretary about chicago central strike this afternoon. She said that. President joe biden respects mayor lightfoot and also teachers noting that first lady jill biden is one. He chose the mayor and the unions to work this out. They're both prioritizing the right things which is ensuring the health and safety of the kids and teachers and working to make sure that children in chicago are getting the education they deserve so he is hopeful. We are hopeful they can reach common ground as soon as possible. Mayor lightfoot meanwhile on national cable news this morning saying she was pushing to seal the last few remaining but tough issues. We're pushing as hard as we can to seal these last few remaining but tough issues. It's not about we don't want to be safe. It's absolutely not about we. Don't respect the rights of organized labor. Chicago's a labor town but this is about balancing a lot of different issues but mostly also about putting our kids i. She says if both sides do that they will reach a in. No time but parents that i talked to stay throughout all of this. They're feeling ignored. Mom of three courtney. Ritsma says she has gone out of her way to learn what schools are doing to make classrooms safe while covid remains a threat participating in all of the cps acts. Ask the experts series that they had I was attending the school town halls. And every time i went it was like left me frustrated because i wasn't getting answers at like most parents at the events. We weren't getting answers to to most of our concerns to our most basic questions. Why she and a group of grass roots parents planned a sick out her kids were purposely absent from their virtual classrooms today stem. Her daughter wrote letters to the principal and learned about boycotting in civil action with the scout. We are trying to kind of doing action that hits the school where it counts. And if you know anything about cps you know that attendance is something they track like crazy and so this is an easy way for us to get a clear representation of one of weakness. And here's how many cps however could not share attendance numbers quickly so it is hard to say how big a success the sickout was now three weeks ago. Another group of parents formed another grassroots group. This is the chicago parents. Collective father of three ryan griffin says. He understands why. Cps wasn't ready to go back to school in august but he says now there's been six months to plan for it but now that we've prepared why not now for at least those that are finding rebel or is not working and that's a big population of students more than double in size of the next largest school district in illinois hunter. We ignore those parents choice for that option griffin says he wants teachers and the district's to at least take some baby steps to get a path so that these students can eventually be in school five days a week safely. Is that post vaccinations. That would be great. We need optimism and we need our leaders to agree on something instead of tuning into press conferences and twitter. The day before. We're supposed to go back to school. He says leaders from side should be setting an example for children. He says parents everyone went through strife back in the twenty nineteen strike and he says they shouldn't have to go through it again during a pandemic now chicago is in the clear at least four two days but there is still no complete deal in in a statement issued the parents. Yes says that while today was he bake agreements several outstanding issues that had been outstanding. Since the summer. They must continue to make what they called meaningful progress because time is running out. Now brenda back to you. Amanda thank you and of course as we just heard the impasse over reopening chicago. Public schools has yet to be broken but the two sides say they have made
"brenda she" Discussed on Stars Like Us: Astrology with Aliza Kelly
"Exclusionary everything is you know. And how everything is pro-life until we're actually dealing with a human life you know and everything is about you know how much i have been sort of victimized until it's very clear that you're the one who's in the position of privilege and now it's time for you to like hand up hand over what you have and you're like oh absolutely not. I'm not sharing this and so much of you know there was someone shared with me this. I think it was at johns hopkins. This correlation between privilege and anti mask and it was like people who are in. You know it's the people who are anti mask are people who have by and large have not faced true oppression or discrimination. You know On a day to day basis so now this little piece of paper that we wear on our faces. It's like i can't breathe and it's like actually if you want to talk about people not being able to breathe you know we have to talk about how black people have been treated in this country for the past four hundred years. You know you have to talk about it. Not reckoning between my face and the roots of white supremacy in christianity has been mind-blowing and also when we talk about the term woke. There's this dissenting group of people in the evangelical space that are making fun of myself progressive christianity and sang. They're just woke christians. They're trying to fit into society. They're trying to pretend there's problems we're all supposed to be reconciled to christ together race doesn't matter and it's just like the concept woke like that that word can be so annoying you know social justice warrior stuff be so annoying. I'm from philly. I have my cynicism to but woke just means you woke up. You were once asleep when you woke up and for me. I'm like iowa sleeping. When i was taught in textbooks that christopher columbus was here a hero. I was asleep when i was in new jersey watching news from philly being taught about all this black on black crime and being presented it in a way. That's all their choice. They're choosing to live this lifestyle and they deserve to be imprisoned. Like i was asleep when i believe that was true. I was asleep when i believed that. The police weren't actually built with the intention of retrieving slaves. That have run away. It is so naive and ignorant for us to think that all these systems that were bill and planted with rotted seeds are actually springing into trees. That are perfectly healthy. We have to pull out these roots and be like no. We're doing something about this. I have a mazing episode with this woman named joe lumine and we talked about white supremacy on the church in decolonizing our faith and she talks about this song. She was like you know. I was in local church and we were singing. I was once a slave to sin. And now i'm free. And she was like but that was an actual slave song from you know these black people that had written this song sung it in their oppression. And i felt so betrayed by that i was like i was asleep as a white girl. Thirteen years old and my white church singing. I was a slave. And now. I'm free thinking i'm talking about sin without ever being taught that song was given to us by black slaves. We never honored tradition and we have not told are true. History like so many christians again. We'll talk about if you tear down our statues than you're robbing us of history. Unlike excuse me the moment that someone printed. Christopher columbus is a hero in my elementary school textbook. That was the moment someone raised history. We don't need statues we need to know are true roots of christianity and of our society. So we can pull that out implant seeds that are actually going to spring forth life which is a biblical principle right. I i really respect you so much for being able to very humbly talk about these topics and address. Sort of what the before and after for you the way that you are moving through you know all of the years of your past of sort of accepting these things and being you know just allowing it to sort of move through you and then coming back and pulling up the roots of your own history right and it's like microcosm macrocosm you doing. This is proof that it can be done and we could be done very gracefully and it could be done very humbly and very honestly but it's obviously very destabilizing in very scary. So it's you know. I think that it's it's definitely a really beautiful thing that you are displaying. Exhibiting this for us so that everybody whether or not they were raised in any sort of ideology at all can do this and go through this process himself because we all need to be doing it A man and it has nothing to do with aiding your white skin or crawling across the floor begging for repentance for things you didn't do it's about doing the hard work of fighting for justice in real time and just writing honest about who we are and where we've come from. Yes you have a book. Can we talk about it. Yeah it's a such a beautiful full circle thing. Because i began writing this book. Eight years ago or something like that and i actually began god his because i was trying to find a publisher and they kept saying we love this material. But there's no audience for it and this was pre trump. this was pre my channel. So like i think people really didn't know how pervasive and fascinating the whole christian dirty culture. Experience is so this story is very sex drugs rock and roll and jesus it talks about me in a ten year span of like moving to la as this perfect virginal christian and then getting a divorce falling into this wild tram page and sort of like swinging back around and realizing that. I'd maintains my faith and my love. For jesus the entire time and woven throughout this story. I really pick apart all of these concepts chapter on drugs sex abortion like all of the really complicated things and just through my story teaching people house actually view these concepts and ideas from a different lens and questioned the way we've been taught about these things so it's available for presale. It comes out in april. And i'm honored if anyone goes picks up copy because they really do believe it's informative for anyone outside of the circle especially if you love someone that has either come out of religion or is still part of it and then if you have like been affected by it the most distant way i really hope that it will be healing and transformative especially in becoming a sex positive affirming science believing person in this world no matter what your faith is. Yes i think that every. I know that brenda has been working on this. Pre got his gray and it's so cool to when saw that you were finally releasing it. I was so excited. Because i also know that you are an extraordinary storyteller..
"brenda she" Discussed on Stars Like Us: Astrology with Aliza Kelly
"Hey everyone. I am elise academy the host of stars like us and i am so thrilled to introduce you to a very dear friend of mine. You may know her as the author of on her knees. The youtuber god is grey. Also podcast or just in general all social media clean She is a gemini sun with a taurus moon and virgo rising. We love that mercurial energies. This is my dear friend brenda davies. It is so nice to connect with you. I'm so happy to be here. I adore you. I miss you. I adore you and miss you too. I'm so proud of you am so proud of how what you have created and the messaging of god is gray and how you have just really found your voice. I feel like in the platform and the truth is for all of our listeners. Is that this is actually our second approach or a second time approaching recording for stars like us. We did a very long very beautiful organic. Oh think it would have been like a two hour episode. What feels like a million years ago. I guess it was two years ago and yeah it was. It was before stars like us came out so it was kind of trying to still figure out like what the content was going to be. What the format was gonna be. And i was also figuring out how technology works and it is. Two hours of inaudible recordings is. What is what happened. Show you our hang says thinking and talking to people and we're talking to no one talking to know on it all super scratchy and just like completely unsalvageable tracks where we got. Were super sloppy with our mics. We were like holding them begging him around our faces acting like we were in a porn justice behavior that i very successfully recorded audio that same day and i have a beautiful episode with you. That still stands on the gods great. Podcasts might have gotten a lot of great feedback about that as well. Yeah so really interesting. yeah it is. It is like the lost footage of our first conversation But yes i mean the the episode that we have on your podcast very much still upholds and Is i definitely encourage everyone to check out and listen to but two years later since our original recording a lot has changed. You are a mom now and you weren't then to a salutary babe and you have an incredible. I mean you've amassed an amazing following and with good reason because you know. A lot of people are trying to figure out how to reconcile dealing with their religious upbringings dealing with their current spirituality dealing with their families and navigating that i have heard from a lot of different people has been really challenging and a lot of people have been talking about your work and how meaningful it is. And i'm just so i'm like such a proud mom. I feel so grateful to have known you prior to this and then have watched you develop this. It's i like to say tank. There are no coincidences. It's totally tank that you started this before. Twenty twenty because building platform. Prior to this time i think was just obviously an amazing amazing thing to kick off because so many people against the backdrop of twenty twenty are really trying to figure out these very complicated topics so i love for our listeners to get to know you more got his gray came to be an yeah. What a day in the life of brenda davies. Looks like what does it feel like to be a german ice on. What does it feel like. Yeah just for anyone that doesn't know I described my platform by saying i may sex positive. Lgbtq plus affirming science believing christian so like today for example. I'm putting out in episode called really pro-life about capital punishment. Because i see so much distance in the things that christians evangelical baptist etcetera will put out into the world versus their behavior. And there's been this mass exodus away from church and it's really not a surprise. Because i think as more and more people come into moments of twenty twenty these moments of clarity and the courageousness that's been emboldened and people to actually seek truth for themselves. They're realizing that. You know a lot of these things that we were raised in. Not only don't make sense when he break them apart but they're actually antithetical to christ's message. You know the whole trumpism thing. That happened in evangelical ism. I'm not gonna say political on this podcast. Because i don't want to chase anyone away but it was a companion. No no they're guy. If anyone is listening. I got a review. A one star reviews. Somebody took the time to actually do that. And it's like podcasts. Was great until the thing you said about trump. It was which fucking wise. How far did you get in the podcast. You must have clearly gotten like ten minutes in before. I started just to talk about how horrific this administration okay. Well there you go over. Your audience stands then but even then like i think confusing on both sides because some people that were ended up loving him. Whatever no matter where where you stood. I think it really showed twenty twenty vision the cracks in our faith practice and how it doesn't really align with who i believe were meant to be as people so i started really talking about what is called. Purity culture modesty culture breaking down a lot of the really harmful toxics theology. We were taught about our bodies are sexuality whether or not we're born with this concept of original sin and the propensity to always do the wrong thing and the quote perversity of being homosexual. All of these things i intuitively knew. Were antithetical to christ's message. I came to peace with affirming. Lgbtq people probably ten years ago which actually was a journey. Because i was raised in church at twelve years old. I went to church where they told me all my gay friends. We're gonna go to hell told me a god cries when a masturbate. So i you know breaking down. These concepts had been a journey of my own independence for like ten years and that includes going on what i call a tram page where i just completely let go of all sexual ethic and just did whatever i want. Our mutual busty. Emily meade is very familiar with my turn page phase. She was there for a lot of it as was the leeza as well. But i figure these things out on my own. And then. When i was like on youtube i started seeing other christian girls that were just perpetuating the same toxic messages. That hurt me so deeply. And i decided to pick up a camera and share with people this deconstruction. That's prodigal some journey. I went on for those ten years and it has included like so much research so much theological understanding. And that's been a beautiful journey because you can theologically intellectually and spiritually disprove toxic theology. Because at the end of the day. I really do believe that god is good and god is love apologies. If anyone is hearing my loud baby and his toys and cry at the end of the day i believe truth stands on its own and the truth is that god is love and we're supposed to live in that spirit of love so yeah. The god is great channel invites people to do that and then invites them to richt on the toxic theology and replace it with something that is truly authentic to you and i'm so proud to say the platform is incredibly diverse. I've got which is up in there. I've got atheist got christians. I got buddhists and muslims and it's been just really incredible to see it grow and to see all of these people unite and a lot of people like attack me be like because her audience is diverse because which is love her content than that means. She's like anti christ. But not that way at all. I think people are really fascinated to see religion and see broken apart in that way because it hurts a lot of us and i think one example that i give all the time is that britney spears was drug through the mud for maybe having sex with justin timberlake so to me that shows.
Teachers will be part of the 1B phase of COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Maryland
"Maryland Maryland Teachers Teachers will will be be joining joining those those in in Phase Phase one one B B of of the the cove cove in in 19 19 vaccination vaccination process. process. Governor Governor Larry Larry Hogan Hogan announced announced that that he he was was adding adding teachers teachers to to that that cohort. cohort. Overall, Overall, this revised phase one b of our plan now includes approximately 860,000. Additional Marylanders. Those in one B include more than just teachers. But there have been requests, including from the Montgomery County Board of Education President Brenda Wolfe and Superintendent Jack Smith. To see teachers get the vaccinations sooner. Hogan announced the shift, saying the state could reach phase one Be by the end of
Police warn against celebratory gunfire on New Year’s Eve in Texas
"Ahead of New Year's Eve Police warn people about the dangers of shooting gun fire into the air. In Texas, for example, gunfire on New Year's Eve killed a four year old in Maryland. Woman had a close call Brenda Lightning, Tolbert says she called police after she discovered a bullet in a bedroom at her home in buoy the day after New Year's Eve. She says the officer confirmed it was a bullet and that it had come through the ceiling. People just don't realize when they shoot a gun up that the bullet is gonna come back down on something, and that's what happened. And it was scary because had had been any other time. Had it not been covert time. I probably would have had my grandchildren over here. And they would have used one of those bedroom. Celebratory gunfire is illegal in all 50 states, and in many states, you could be charged with a felony if a bullet fired into the air kills
Brown scores career-high 42, Celtics beat Memphis 126-107
"Jaylen brown poured in a career high forty two points and the Celtics tenth straight win over the Grizzlies one twenty six one oh seven Brenda liberty eighteen points for the Celtics were outscoring Memphis thirty five twenty one in the second quarter giving Boston a twenty six point lead at intermission we made a lot of sustenance knowing that I was gay obviously it's great when you make shots but at times we don't make shots you gotta still be rocking so are we still got a lot of work ahead of us you still got to get better Jayson Tatum scored sixteen points Marcus smart had fourteen and Robert Williams the third had ten rebounds for themselves Boston had a twelve all run in the first quarter and a seventeen spurt in the second to take control units valanciunas had twenty points and eleven rebounds from Memphis I'm Dave Ferrie
A record 39 holiday songs dominate Billboard Hot 100 chart
"Thirty nine songs on the Billboard hot one hundred singles chart this week our holiday songs which sets a new record margins are a letter with the latest all right carries all I want for Christmas is you is the number one song this week one of nine holiday songs in the top ten rock around the Christmas tree by Brenda Lee is second followed by jingle bell rock by Bobby Helms a Holly jolly Christmas by burl Ives and it's the most wonderful time of the year by Andy Williams Billboard now counts streaming as well as sales and compiling charts well you always in the mood to buy twenty four K. gold and Ian D. or is the only song in the top ten that's not a holiday song at number seven
US carries out rare execution during presidential transition
"The trump administration is intent on carrying out federal executions until just before president elect Joe Biden's inauguration forty year old Brenda Bernard was eighteen at the time he and four other young men robbed and killed a religious couple visiting their Killeen Texas home town before his execution Thursday night he told relatives of the couple that he was sorry and that's the only words I can say that completely capture how I feel now and how I felt that day another execution is set for Friday at the federal prison in terre Haute Indiana the federal bureau of prisons has plans to put three more inmates to death in January I had a president like Joe Biden's inauguration if they are all carried out the trump administration after reviving federal executions for the first time in seventeen years we'll have put to death thirteen inmates twelve men and one woman I'm typical wire
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
How to Maximise Your PR Strategy with Alexander Corne
"Welcome alexander to have your own questions might sense questions. Good getting fact. The only one that i've really log on institute to is where this fake news fitting role this. I'm not. I'm not really sure there's much Around the continent in you've got some examples of news than we can also to random spicer. The question is its carriage. These one bit but From your perspective the storytelling and the eyes of storytelling. 'cause way we came to take today is iliana now portfolio of podcasts. That we've done. We had a marketing expert in. Who said they is paid owned. And and when you look at paying for marketing. It's quite standard. You gotta and your pilot of money by digital media. They by outdoor. I buy electric media. Tell you right now. And large to as the channels for paid mcenany but highlighted a lot of people and businesses overlook the us auto which is owned marketing. Which when we're at renna. I looked at what you did. With piazza hanging and off felt. I think at the dotted and spoke to that that the brand over indexed the industry fool share voice and that paige went a long way with what you did with engaging in not just the journalist but storytelling in general was so good that it really accelerated the brains. Roy is on the back of all the other things that we're doing through the channels. What we did inflate channel. What would you deal is engaging the network and retail campaigns and the like but the one area that had the best return on investment at. I'm obliged your proverbial is what you did in the really powerful storytelling strategy. And of saying you do it with other businesses as well and that's why when they should have told you about that in this podcast. I thought it was fantastic. When you when you actually accepted the material while way ninety he and because we'll be watching and falling on nineteen and with the things that you're doing as well in the storytelling it really fitted into what marketing that we had an episode to. I think it was joan websites. Right told us about this whole idea of earned and it's not just for games it's dealers or anyone associated with the industry whether a third party supply their sealy's a need to look at your overall business plan annual marketing strategy and look at. What is that story and manage it because the same thing happens when you know we've all been brand's weight we've had bad things happen. Some negative press handle that negative press. And that's why we really appreciative of your company today so we can talk about these sorts of somebody on to be hit on so grateful field. What you said at the very beginning about marching. I think ours moved into that same type of space as well sydney Tonight you can have paid up of c. n. you can have your own Pay because the channels have been created over the last few years. And i really think that too. Many of the brands doing particularly good job with the the painful stuff is kind of style. Abrogation of the pails responsibility. Why giving it to the media themselves about painful. Our term a Mystic purist castro comment. There are many more channels night full exposure but a good pappas would leverage all of the assets disposal to to try and get the best results. The landscape is changed often. The mentally and like you'll previous interviewees said you know the. The business of selling cars in title has changed loss in twenty years. So there's a lot change and a something in isn't style Elements your exhausted from us. Thanks very much for joining us. Great to have you on. The shot. Could be riddick sought to listen to we cross. 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I'm by needs to be able to convey that level of excitement about brenda product through through what they do and i think one of the fundamentals of storytelling is creating design. An excitement about the brandon will also pointing out what the fundamental differences over. What's the distinctiveness of the product. The joking in many cases culprits have many assets at a disposal. product will go occasions. I've got events like an poking and the based assets that many kobes have all the other people who worked for them side by of moldy in leveraging what exists naturally in the business you're able to account will cherries tie story create a story that makes sense to the people who her reading or doing. Whatever
"brenda she" 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..
"brenda she" Discussed on Crimeatorium
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"brenda she" 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 she" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This
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"brenda she" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This
"I think a lot of friends like our parents generation even Were really you know my mom and I have talked about it. That she felt really like ashamed of what people thought of her. Because I was getting loaded or like it was. There is a deep level of shame that somehow she had failed. And I think what I'm seeing more is almost with some people in our generation is that were able to kind of differentiate like look you can do the best you can and your kids might still do some stupid things because your kids are their own humans. They exactly your let it. It is not an actual extension of your body. Wish it was but they are off learning and doing and being your own people. And that's GonNa look like all kinds of terrible things on one of the things that we found through the training when people finally did start coming to the fertility yoga classes. Is that that shame. And that feeling like you're out of control It doesn't stop when you can see it can. And so what we started to really understand is if we can help people with their thinking if we can teach them how to be a better human. They'll become better mother. They'll become a better parent there right. So it's like giving people the tools and the information to really listen to themselves to turn inside and go all this. That's happening my life. That's challenging and difficult and painful is actually for me. It's not against me and if I can actually have the mantra this is for me then I can actually let it in and let it go through me and learn something but what happens. Is We resist? What's happening in our lives like this shouldn't be happening whether it's not be or child behaving certain way the untethered soul. Yes very much out as out like you know allowing experiences to come through you rather badly hit you in sort of you know. Be Like you feel assaulted by things in life and more like okay. This is just something that I'm passing through and it's coming in the Knicks. Going out in a you know. It's not it's not locking me Fox so one of the best analogies. I used to use for that because people are visual. And so if you think about the fact that we're almost all water in their mind was lottery level or something. I'd say my kids all the time. Oh no this was more. Zoe was having a moment was like dude. It's a full moon. If you don't think that like your body seventy percent water and affected by the time she was like wait. I am seventy percent water. She's like how am I not a puddle and I was like well you have bones if I'm seventy percent water wired seventy percent of my bones mushy like. Is it a question right? I mean it was. Yeah I can't wait to just trust me. Us You have. Allies analogy is if if you have an experienced if you're in fear If water becomes Isaac becomes frozen red fighter flight. It's your frozen so if a rockets thrown at a wall of ice rate will shatter it will break. It's it's actually very vulnerable. But if your fluid if you're allowing things to come experiences that coming in come through if a water gets if a rockets thrown at a wall of water it just absorbs. It just falls to the bottom. So it's this idea of whatever's coming at you you can handle because you're not. You're not resisting right. Is that same. It's just a different. I think your DVD did for me as far people always ask me like. How do you change it? Like I don't understand and I was like why went from morning every month because people don't realize that when you're you're trying to conceive years going by it's like every month you get your period is a fucking tragedy and I mean it was terrible and it was like just holding onto. It's so hard like what has to be this month has and then when I started practicing your DVD and realizing that. I had to let that go that I had to stop beating myself up and I had to Acknowledged that it was painful and that was okay and that I wasn't a failure. It was okay to feel like is my body is failing me even wasn't an learning to love myself anyway and then learning to accept that maybe. I was never gonNA have another kid. Maybe I just needed to be in the moment and be present. We're talking about four with harbor. Stop looking into the future. Would you talk about me liking the ending? I'm really glad to know that you worked on. Stop beating yourself up. 'cause it's as done. I've done a fantastic now. That's my work. We all learn to save us in just in different designs and but when I finally let it go and I started talking about it also. This is really painful and just being like. If it's GonNa happen it happens and honestly is soon is practicing your DVD for three months and then the overshadow happened to me. As I was letting go and I was like. Oh my God. I can't believe this happening and then I went to Australia. And then I found out I was pregnant. Came back and of course then did more work as I was kind of coming back into my own realizing I hated where I wasn't my circumstances and that's why we moved to La. And that and thinking. I don't know if I'm ever GONNA get out of this. You know I just feel so like on paper. I had everything at that point and house. Job With benefits in the government Blah Blah Blah marriage. That seemed like it was perfect. It wasn't ever nothing's perfect and nothing's ever GonNa be. But I wasn't really happy I was holding onto stuff still and that's why I ended up getting divorced and PROC- next to the person in Yoga. That helped me again. You're in the first place. We're getting sort of weird. How sometimes like the sort of the universe lines up like you know all of the Woo Weird? Shit that happens and it's true you know and it's like I think that is trying to tell my kids ending about Karma is the like you know just letting stuff go and try. Try to manifest better things if you're focusing on everything that's wrong all the time and you know what it's going to stay rock..
"brenda she" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This
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"brenda she" Discussed on Killer Cocktails
"Shoves you up in terms of visibility recommending off of other podcasts so like reviews chilling in one spot your visibility is less yeah algorithm the numbers science be Kuehbacher phone adopt takes thirty seconds so thank you guys is. I hope you're enjoying the episode and was okay so you long for more Burri a soup. Sorry are you ready yes always let's Tim Brennan. I divided interchangeable. Do you say Japan Banda pointed it out and now I don't know it when you start thinking about how to how to say a word in the near like let's penguin skip on down to this story Penguin Penguin Penguin Penguin Cupboard cut board. Okay I'll tell you About Brenda Lee Ritter okay. She was eighteen gene Blonde slim shoes from north strain. STROWMAN strabane township. There's these weird townships is what they're calling like. General area like communities this is in Pennsylvania. Are we in Canada. This this is in Washington County in Pennsylvania but then there's these other little regions your there's like parishes Hannah. I don't really know how it works. Perfect that's what would it says Okay so it's really close to a place. called cranberry Pennsylvania. Hey and by really close kind collect sorta close close enough for me to make a tie hell ya because this is a crane you be my Valentine wrecked so it. It came from like a publication location called like the patch or something. It'll be in my show notes. Where stuff came from? But there's anyway there was like a local paper to cranberry spoke about. This story was how it came up so I I was like. Oh maybe. Like Pennsylvania's super known for cranberries. And that'll be my tie. Yeah they are. Not specifically. Typically not known for cranberries. Wild cranberries going on I was like Oh. Maybe they're known for like wild. It was a I was like. Why do I care enough of a time? God I wish people could see your eyes. You're telling me this wildcard. Very wild cranberries. Okay so that's my type and Brenda She's like eight so she's like just kinda starting she's a secretary. She works for a construction company in that area so on on May Eighteenth nineteen seventy seven during a thunderstorm Brenda leaves her boyfriend. Larry Bananas House which is a great name. Yeah and it's about ten ten pm so it's nighttime it's dark it's storming He lived in charter ears. Township another township in the same county which is about seven miles fifteen minutes like not that far But everyone's kind of freaked worked out at the time because there's already been three murders what murder strangulations of young women in Washington County. Oh I feel like I would never mouse. So everyone kind of freaked out. So she's leaving Larry's house and leary and Larry's mom both go outside with her watched her get into her Ford Pinto. They make sure every single door is locked and they watch for drive away. Yeah Oh no so. The I mentioned the three women that had died so three three-month had been murdered. Were Deborah Capitola. Mary Irene Jesse and Susan Rush there was another woman. Barbara Lewis but that was in Penn Hill so the different county and so they're like loosely trying to tie that but there's seemingly a serial killer in the area so that's whether so nervous that's why they make sure her doors are locked and they watch your driving like we saw it in like. She's going to her house. She doesn't make it home the next day they find her car or like a couple of neighborhoods over. What and so? It's a better detect in the car. Not Within the Congress in there so they find it abandoned in south stray band. So she's from North Straighten Strabane. I wish I knew how to say that So they immediately. So obviously they're like on it they're like oh so they have helicopters up up and they pretty quickly find her naked body on a hillside talk about three quarters of a mile from her car is and her Oliver closer like like fifty feet from where she is is this like regular mo from the other murders like is typical. I believe so. So then They determined that she was sexually assaulted and and she was and this is what ties it to the other ones I believe is they used a Turkish style so basically they took her panties and a stick and made Ab- strangled device out of the. Oh No They think she died somewhere between eleven thirty and midnight. Oh my God so like the boyfriend mom no one. She left so then. Like there's so they've done some forensic evidence Were these other girls like driving or the in their house and they got into those ones as mud but that that might be a whole other story until another day because that seems like a whole thing to So there are fingerprints. There is hair so they have some friends evidence. which can this is nine hundred seventy seven? So they can't do much with it at the time and they've since run a bunch of evidence from these so we'll can't get back to that in a bit and did talk screens like they were like was she drugged what like screens. All come back. Negative in the area around the crime scene. They've found necklace that had it was inscribed with the name Jack So then there were a bunch of theories that came off of like to get ripped off of some guy named Joe. Is it just Superman's necklace. or it was a men's I it sounded like it was. I don't know like like your boyfriend's name because I feel like a man when it have like Jack on on his leg I don't know gold chain necklaces. You know what I mean. I yeah interesting just a a necklace. That was engraved with Jack and she was dating Jack Jack She was dating Larry. Oh that's right okay. So the chief of the time Donald Zec he had a theory he was like didn't do seem to him. Like Brenda had taken the normal route home. Based on where the car was found he was like. That's not how you would get from Larry to her house killer took the car that way possible and then there are other police officers. who like their theories were they were like obviously? She's nervous about us like the fact that like they're locking her in her car are intact. She's obviously not going to just stop for anyone like there. She's on edge so they're like what. How could they came up with this theory that maybe he was impersonating a police officer? Oh I hate I only situation in which you would pull over. Yeah Oh that's not based on anything other than like trying to figure out why she would have pulled over when you say you were on the highway. And maybe it's more secluded. Maybe it's not secluded. Do you like ask them to call for backup. So there's two card had this thought I do. Not and haven't there are times where I will not just pull immediately over if I feel like it's dangerous for me or the police officer based on like if I'm also right by an off ramp I will take the off ramp and parking lit parking lot and I'm not gonNa go forever and have you know what I mean like. Yeah have them be like pullover. Because I also know if if I can't pull over any further already know that like if you call in you're supposed to your phones if you're like hands-free somehow get like Komo. There's also instances where people will call whether like. I'm driving my wife. She's having a baby. I'm not gonNA pull over. Tell the cops behind me. That's what's go- and they're like you still get a ticket. You're still in trouble trouble. That's fair if I knew some like impersonating officer person around like there's this is where I'm not pulling right over well because I don't want to know that I get pulled over a lot. But like I don't WanNa not infuriate but I don't WanNa like frustrate the instigate them to come up with an attitude they wouldn't have otherwise exactly. At what point. Is it okay for me just to like roll down my window a little bit and Mike be like hey can I get your badge number. Can I call this in like I. Just WanNa make sure you are who you are. I would say I would encourage everybody to figure out what are your local laws and and know what your rights are. I think for a lot of areas. I'd be like for us in Oregon An ambitious I should look into but I believe you are allowed to safely put on your hazards. Let them know that you are aware of them behind you And then get to obviously not going to drive another fifty miles. Yeah But but dr who will let safe area for both of you definitely I. Everybody should look it up and deal because you you need to be safe and like they are also human beings that need to be safe pusher. They don't know what kind of crazy you're packing backing and you don't know if they aren't asser not so I think it's legit on both sides just communicate to them like I think like you said with your Hazard Lights I see you. I'm trying to pull over safely because I think I was panicking. I just want to pull over and I'm like well. This wasn't a smart place to pull over and I'll be driving and I'll see where people pulled over. I'm like yeah I was a cop. I'd be more annoyed at you. ooh I I think panic and I'm like I'm in trouble. I just need every hand. Yeah this is my belly. Please shoot me I'm fine. I'm rolling over the anyways. It's a kind of essentially like they don't really solve it why it's an unsolved murder. Oh my gosh so hello. There was a some hope at one point in nineteen eighty three. They thought that they were going to Connect this to a killer in Texas. who had cop hop to a bunch of murderers all throughout the United States? You might have heard of Henry Lucas. Oh during the documentary So he was saying Yeah Alec they were GonNa put it on him and then it's like keep it any of those on him. So that went by the wayside then in two thousand there is another guy who they're trying to pin and a few of those strength so now they're thinking maybe they were too similar people in the same zone because they've run some of the forensic evidence that did come back to that other dude. I think he was convicted in two thousand three. But not of this one at the forensic evidence didn't match for team Rendez murder so it's still. They still need it. They need tips they need like. Yeah if anybody knows anything that lives in that and you said this was Pennsylvania this is in Pennsylvania so if you're near bury but not cranberry yeah in the townships in Washington county. That's an easy way to put it. Yeah well thank you Jackie. That's had What are you doing with life? That's fun are I'm GONNA I'M GONNA go to talkshow Super Bowl's coming up super bowl. We'll have happened. The niners will be champions. You and your friends go down and you hang out. Netflix gets note in watch football. It's it's always funny when all your friends like last year's cabinet when you guys got snowed in and they all have not that we don't have big jobs but they have big jobs are like why are you and you all of our office. All of them were freaking out in their bosses. You like you need to get on that highway. That's closed in. No one's allowed like everyone was being so unreasonable. And I shot a text up to my boss. It was like were snowed in. I won't be back till whatever 'cause I also have to get all the way back to Oregon. And he showed him back. That was like spring when you no or yeah. So they'll be fun. Yeah about it. Mosquito ski a couple of days before them. I I think he'll bring my skis. I don't know that I'll keep on that. How yeah fresh? That had a cow. Our you'll be scared two years from now. Yeah sure I believe it. Yeah bringing get some racks for your little car. I really thought this was the year and then I'll like may money so this this year. Two Thousand Twenty is the Year of Korea is a mountain. biker fun yeah I wouldn't. You'll go a handful of times. I'll buy a bike or not. You'll go a handful of times and you'll like it You'll see a little bit. I think you have more river life this year than last year. I Love River Line. That's fun I hope. Oh maybe we can.
"brenda she" 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 she" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
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"brenda she" 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