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Fresh "COP" from Purity Products
"Preview when the women first began disappearing from the streets of Santa Ana, California No one saw a pattern. We used to walk the streets at three o'clock in the morning, people would ask me. Are you crazy? I don't care that my daughter I'm looking for nothing's gonna stop me. For months, even as more women vanished. Police did not regarded as a high priority case. There's always the same story. Oh, every cop has their flyer. Don't worry. I told him if I was a wealthy woman, you'd be looking for her. I hope it since we don't have money. Julissa Trapp and she said No, I give you my word. I will not rest until I find who killed your daughter. It almost gave me chills because at that moment I knew I was at the right spot. It was an answer to one question. But there were still however many hundreds of questions yet to be answered. Never every pound are they? Well, that's not true. From the Los Angeles Times and wondering comes a new series detective trap. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I. Heart radio APP number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one E R. C. Birmingham. W E R C F is available everywhere with the I. Heart Radio.
Biden, Newsom, Cuomo and Other Democrats Fail to Address Rising Murder Rates
"The death that's going on and this country the murders that are taking place, particularly In our cities is just Horrific. These are war zones at night in particular, but not exclusively. You can wear a mask. You can be vaccinated. And a certain number of people are going to be murdered. Every week in these cities and elsewhere. So, Joe Biden go on and on about wearing masks getting vaccinated. Okay, fine. But he refuses. To take effective. Steps steps that have been taken in the past to bring down murder and other crimes in this country. He refuses to do it. The mayors refused to do it. Some of them reluctantly say we need to have more cops. After their failed experiment has resulted in so many deaths. So you can wear all the masks you want and get all the vaccination shots that you want. And it will not protect you. From human predators. It will not protect you from human predators. You don't hear news. I'm talking about it. You don't hear Cuomo talking about it. You hear Joe Biden go on with bureaucratic, more government more programs. He has no serious intention and putting the brakes on this. You have a Department of injustice headed by a radical former federal judge. Thank God he's not on the Supreme Court. Who has started nationalizing local police forces because of systemic racism. You know what's interesting? The Democrat Party practices. Systemic racism. Where is most of this? Murder, mayhem, rape, Carjacking, brutality occurring in black neighborhoods? Black on black crime?
In Don Lemon's World, January 6th Is Worse Than Just About Anything
"Don lemon with this officer. Harry done reveal what we have suspected all along. You think they're shifting. The blame shifting at least trying to shift the focus from what happened there. We can deal with many things in this country at the same time and if something happens it doesn't mean you go. Oh what about this. What about that. Can we focus on what happened on. January six where democracy was in jeopardy. We should be this. Is this just people who were who were exercising. Some of them were exercising. Their right to protest others went way too far. That's a different story than trying to undermine democracy and stop an election now. Let's analyze that for just a moment. Don lemon was talking about the black lives matter. Rioters and the protesters and tif All the the the terrible events we saw. After george floyd was killed. Some of them others he said went way too far. But that's a different story. He said then trying to undermine democracy and stop an election in other words in don lemon's world and i suspect in the world of a lot of people on the left. January six is a lot worse than shooting. Dead william dorn in saint louis a retired cop who is trying to protect his friends business from being burned down. that's a different story than trying to undermine democracy and stop election. that's worse that's worse january. Sixth is worse than building than than burning. Down buildings in assaulting people and throwing things and assaulting cops how many people died during the summer of love many
Capitol Police Officer Appears on CNN to Trash Talk Fox News
"I had the tv on last night in the background. And i was sort of channel surfing. And somehow i wound up as i was growing up and down the dial or the settings on cnn. And i heard don lemon talking to a guy about how awful fox news is. Sheehan and cnn seems obsessed with criticizing conservative media particularly fox news and guest was going on and on about you know sort of that narrative. There was a thought well. He's an activist. You know he must be. Maybe a black lives matter spokesman or maybe he's a A con- congressman. Maybe a liberal democrat congressman from some. No it was harry done. It was the cop who was crying before congress and sharing the heroine account of what it was like to be a police officer in the. Us capitol on january six. He went from that testimony to the cnn. Set where he he was sitting around commiserating with don lemon about how awful fox news channel is. Can i say that one more time police. The capitol police officer whose testimony was lifted up by the mainstream media as an example of why january sixth was nine eleven and armageddon and pearl harbor and world war two combined. That shamed guy was later on. Cnn trash talking. Fox
Flipping the Script: A Look Into the Detectives Behind Yvonne Layne's Case
"That we've heard firsthand from an expert about the type of person she believes could have killed yvonne lane someone angry. Who knew von personally and had a reason to attack her with a vengeance and we've heard how botched the crime scene was how the scene didn't match what joe said. I think it's important to take a close look at who exactly detectives were on the case and turn the tables instead of putting the victims under the microscope. I wanna put the cops under it and look at their records and try to figure out why this case was such a mess. I've already talked about a couple of alliance. Police officers like quinton artists. A patrolman who you on allegedly said had started harassing her after a traffic stop. Artists is now a registered sex offender. Then they're officer rick. Who's last name. I'm keeping private for now. Who detectives told the psychic was rumored to be dating. You're on and possibly the father of her youngest child. But now i wanna focus on the four detectives assigned to the case as you may know already. If you've been digging through case files on patriotic. They were detectives. Lloyd bud samson william muko mark walsh and john leech and i want to start with john leech on april first nineteen ninety nine detective. Leach was not on duty yet. He was called in to help. Here's detective samson in his two thousand eight deposition. you've heard clips from before to assist us. Exactly his day off when he got called in. That was true that he was called off vacation to help us this case. And we've called in whether or not was vacation a lot. I don't recall that but yeah he was called in. Did you make the decision. That would be an order now. I do not but somebody did. And so each mccall on the day off part time off and helped samson says. There was no quote lead detective on the case. But according to samson he and bill mucciolo did most of the investigative work leach was mostly on the case to assist like mark welsh. In fact. i won't go into mark welsh much because he wasn't a big part of the case at all.
The Haunting of Chaonei No. 81
"June giggled as she covered her eyes and counting to ten but once he reached wives she peered through her fingers. She could see mainly heading toward the a number eighty one a creepy old house and their neighborhood. June knew that it was cheating to peak but mailing wasn't playing fair. Either she wasn't supposed to go near the abandoned mansion. June was just leveling the playing field june followed nailing climbing over the mansion cement wall and dropping into the overgrown yard on the other side. Kids always told stories about this house. They claimed it was haunted. Anyone who went inside disappeared but june wasn't afraid of ghosts. She wasn't afraid of. Even though the owners had boarded up the place she spotted an opening where someone had wrenched away. The wood june hoisted herself through hole and climbed inside. She smiled when she saw pink bow. Sitting in the cop. Cobwebbed doorway may laying was here. June turned as she heard a clatter coming from an open door beneath the stairs as she walked toward it she suddenly heard a voice yell for help jones pulse quickened. It was mailing. She raced to the door in time to hear a blood-curdling scream echoing from the basement. June leapt alvis chairs and unto the dirt floor frantically looking for a light switch. Finally she pulled on a chain and a single. Bare bulb illuminated the room. But it was empty. may ling was gone.
CDC Mask Recommendations Have Changed Again
"I was emotionally shattered yesterday. As the moist lachrymose members of congress Let the tears fall. You know it's important to cry when you're slightly upset and i i. I'm sorry moceanu here. There was a wider fracas and people were made to be God shut up has some freaking dignity. Adam kin zinger you know. He's sitting there cigarette up democracy. Hey sitting there tearing up. And i'm looking at this guy who's a one thirty pilot and i'm looking at all. I can pickup. As he's like blubbering. Right is thank god. He's not army like texting. My air force buddies. I'm like he's all yours. Baby hit send in the cops. We're gonna talk about that more as we go on. But i don't think the kangaroo court the circus the festival of foolishness that is the january. Six commission is the major story. The major story is of course the. Cdc's what eighty about masks. And i o okay i. It's you shouldn't wear a mask. Then it's got to wear a mask then it's you gotta wear to mask then it's now you don't have to wear a mask and yesterday it became. You got to wear a mask again. Even if you're vaccinated okay if i convened a council of renowned dummies to think of a way to convince people not to take the vaccine. I don't think come up with a better plan than what these morons are doing in washington.
Nancy Pelosi's on Her Last Legs
"Let's begin with nancy. Pelosi making what i think is a grave error. I think she always hear about. Donald trump destroyed the norms. Okay nancy pelosi as speaker is wiping out the all the customs traditions of the house of representatives and she must pay what she did is on this baloney january six commission. And i gotta tell you about january six guys. i keep hearing how. It's a giant riot and insurrection. Look i was in the los angeles riots. Fueled by maxine waters not democrat. I was on the streets for three weeks with third battalion. Hundred and sixtieth infantry. That's a riot what happened on capitol hill was a frat party. Okay no comparison all right and the only person killed on. Capitol hill was an unarmed trespasser veteran. Shot by a cop whose name we don't know. Dozens were murdered in los angeles. So you know. Save your drama for your mama. 'cause i'm not entertaining. It and nancy pelosi wants to have this kangaroo court commission so she appoints liz. Cheney nominal republican and now she's going to appoint adam kin zinger the r-enfield of the gop caucus but she's not allowing kevin mccarthy to put jim banks big friend a show and jim jordan on the committee. She doesn't approve. She is picking who the republicans can put on committees. This cannot stand. This is not happened before. Now they strip marjorie taylor green her seats and that was a bad precedent. But it's special. This was a merger we we had to do it. If kevin mccarthy doesn't retaliate. They've set a new standard. He he needs when he becomes majority leader. He needs to and in fact he needs to announce it now. I'm going to strip all you democrat committee chairs
Liz Cheney Leads Pelosi’s Weaponized Jan. 6 Committee
"You should be thanking me profusely for not subjecting you liz cheney. I just listened in to what she said. The pelosi republican on this january sixth committee hearing she said everybody in my party agreed that what happened on. January six was on american and that everybody who participated in the violence should be held. Accountable should be prosecuted. What's changed then. She went on to say nobody should be trying to whitewash the events of january six. Who's trying to whitewell. Who doesn't believe that the people who attacked police officers and breached the capital and committed acts of violence should be prosecuted. Who doesn't believe that. Nobody thinks that nobody thinks that this was a patriotic thing to do. No normal rational person anyway so when she says well there's a but behind that when the what's the but what truth do you wanna find liz. Cheney that has already been revealed my gosh the media plays the video of the violence every chance they get if i see the same video of the same breaking down the windows and pushing up against the cops one more time. I'm gonna hurl. We've seen it. we know it. It's despicable okay. What do you want liz. Cheney what do you want adam kindergar- you want to try to make trump and trump supporters. Somehow be responsible for it. And i guess you wanna prevent trump from running for office. I guess you wanna try to neuter him what he want.
Capitol Riots Probe Poised to Drag On... With No Complaints From Democrats
"Have never minimized the events of january. Sixth kevin mccarthy has never minimize those events. Mitch mcconnell has never minimize those events in fact mitch mcconnell once. I'm sorry to say rather stupidly. Blame trump for january sixth hard to blame trump hard to get these words out of your ears when he spoke on january six and said i know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the capitol building to peacefully and patriotically. Make your voices heard. Hey senator mcconnell that's not some code forgo act violent so again. There's no mystery what happened. That day was dreadful and the people who did it should be prosecuted. But that's not enough for liz cheney. That's not enough for adam kinser. That's not enough for nancy pelosi and to me. The one upside is this stupid hearing. They can't drag it out until the midterms i mean. I'm sure they would if they could. But they're not going to be able to drag this out for the next you know what is it. Eighteen months fifteen sixteen months before the next election before the midterms when the democrats are going to get their butts kicked now they can't they can't keep they'll try. The news will keep showing the images of the chewbacca guy and the broken windows and the poor cop going help help. They'll play that from now on november doing everything they can to preserve the democrats protect them from losing their seats in the house and in the senate and in the state races up and down the ballot. We're going to see a republican landslide in november of twenty twenty two. It's coming
Hero Cops Pull Baby From Car Wreck in Yonkers, New York
"They should be. After these guys saved a baby girl pinned under a car after an accident there in New York. This video released by the Yonkers Police Department begins with surveillance footage. Showing the car plowing into other vehicles before hitting a woman crossing the street while holding her daughter. The car can then be seen slamming through a storefront just before eight A.m. on Friday carrying the victims along on the hood. The video, then cuts to this this, um, this body cam footage from one of the officers as he enters the chaotic scene in the building. Let's listen in here. I got. I got it. I got the baby. Yeah, we got the baby under the vehicle. He can be heard telling dispatch before he approaches the front of the car. Where the other officers seen working with with other people to try to lift the car to release the child the child has pinned underneath this car is an amazing video. Um it and they get they get the baby out. They got the baby out and the two officers being hailed as heroes Officer Rocco Fusco and Paul Sim Modi. And here's Officer Fusco. Honestly, a miracle that both of them survived. Um Very strong, Mom and even stronger little infant. Yeah, just amazing. Absolutely amazing. Um, he lifts the Todd was wearing a Minnie Mouse dress and crying at the time. The child and the baby are going to be okay. You have to check this video out. It's absolutely amazing. And there are some people in this country you are still saying defund the police. It's just It's It's
Arlington Mayor Elect Jim Ross to Focus on Jobs
"Elected mayor said he is getting into the swing of things. It's been three weeks since Arlington's new mayor Jim Ross, took office. It's like drinking From a fire hose. He's a former cop lawyer and small business owner, but says nothing compares two leading and making decisions for a city as big as Arlington. It's very challenging, but it's really exciting to see everything that is going on, and it's good to be doing good. It feels good. One of Ross's goals is to bring more high paying jobs to the area. He's also looking forward to the new developments coming in Arlington's entertainment district and how that will bring in more revenue. CAT bones iron
What Inspired Obama's 2009 Beer Summit?
"Will see over the course of this episode but i know that all of us think the beer summit is this sort of like sneaky really important moment in the obama presidency. I'm glad we're finally getting to it. kelly where do you start with the sort of incident itself crowley and gates on this doorstep. The neighbors calling the cops. What else do you feel like is important to know about that moment. And then we'll get to the obama white house invitation. Well henry louis gates. It said that he was returning from a major tip. He had just got back into the country from china. So i can imagine. He is jet lagged. He is weary and he has a lost or misplaced his keys so he's trying to get into his home And has has has his driver help him to try to break into his own house And in that process neighbor sees. What's going on. Look suspicious to her so she called the cops and when the cops show up. I think henry louis gates was a bit miffed. If you will that someone would be questioning him about breaking into his own home. I'm sure he said. Do you know who i am harvard for. I'm sure that was part of the exchange But it's also sort of interesting. Because henry louis gates junior also walks with the came. He has a physical disability. And so the idea that he would be breaking into a home himself just did not make sense. And i'm sure a cursory look into the home could also showed you pictures of himself in the house in which he lived. There were a lot of clues contact clones. That would have told you that maybe this is all a misunderstanding but before it could get to that place it escalated and here. We have the beer
New York's Legendary Mole People
"On a cold evening in nineteen ninety two journalists jennifer toth accompanied six new york police officers on their patrol through the new york city subway. She'd been inside the tunnels before. But this was the first time with a police escort. The cops hopped onto the tracks. Flashlights in hand. Toth was careful as she climbed down after them. Stepping over the electrified third rail the tracks were live which means that one accidental touch of the rail could kill her instantly as they walk deeper into the tunnel. Toth noticed a few discarded. Needles and glass vials. That used to hold crack cocaine a disgusting odor filled the space. She spotted human feces everywhere. The tunnel was silent except for the faint echoes of dripping water and scratching rats. Then a figure moved in the darkness. A behead heavy footsteps move toward them. One of the cops swung his flashlight around his hand drawn to his sidearm. Ready to draw and fire bay saw the figure race up a rusty ladder leading to a small room hidden in the tunnel. Ceiling toke was sure. It was one of the infamous mole people. She and the cops gave chase but the figure seemingly vanished. The cops weren't willing to go any deeper into the tunnel so to meet the real mole. People toth had to go into the darkness alone.
Video Shows Cop Save Man From Choking on Bag of Marijuana
"KING Washington Dash Cam video shows in Ohio State trooper using the Heimlich maneuver on a driver he had just pulled over for speeding. The man coughed up a bag of marijuana that he apparently tried to swallow. Afterward. Trooper Charles Hoskin is heard on the video asking. Do you want to die
Rep. Rashida Tlaib Calls for Defunding of ICE, CBP, and DHS
"Rashida tell he calls to defund Homeland security. And all border and immigration agencies as migrants continue streaming costs the board so she wants to get rid of the cops. She wants to get rid of homeland security. She wants to get rid of the border Patrol. She wants to get rid of ice. She's an enemy. I don't care if she's a citizen. She's an enemy. She doesn't represent. The best interests of the United States. It's not a matter of some disagreements and so forth. She hates the country. She wants it to fail. She wants it to collapse. So this is from the Daily Mail. Rashida Talib called for the de funding of the Department of Homeland Security, and she slammed immigration enforcement for their handling of the border crisis. Let's take a Listen go. The simple answer. Answer to that question is, we must eliminate funding for CPP Ice and their parent organization, DHS. Time after time, we have seen it. As advocates on the ground as human services agency on the ground to continue to see over and over again that these agencies are inept. To humanely guiding migrants through our immigration system and further continue. Instead, they further continue to terrorize migrant communities located within our communities. They constantly refer to us as terrorists. While they defend terrorists, Hamas, the Muslim Brotherhood. Islamic Jihad. They defend terrorist regimes. Syria, Iran. Abbas. And the like. And they hate this country.
What if We Put Cameras in the Classrooms?
"Here before the show, and I wrote a few notes to myself. Even though I prepared all weekend long Still, there are things that bother me and I need to write them down to talk to you about it. What do we know about the National Education Association, the American Federation of Teachers, these two big unions they control. Hundreds of billions of dollars of our tax money. Almost 80% of most school districts. Budget Ghost hurts teachers. What do we know about this union? What do we know about your teacher's contract in your school district? What do we know about how teachers are rated and how they get tenure? What do we know about what's going on in the classroom? I saw something. Kind of funny. As I was working over the weekend, I had Pakistan in the background. I think it was yesterday. Maybe the day before. And what are their contributors came on with an idea, Mr Producer, and his idea was Teachers should have body cameras, or at least there should be cameras in the classroom. Have we talked about this for three weeks. We had a caller call with the brilliant idea Brilliant idea that teachers should have. Body cameras like cops and other people walk of life. I said that might be tough. You know, They do have to go to the restroom now and then and so forth. How about just cameras in the classroom? I mean, all during the pandemic, we were told. Virtual education is important. It's good. The unions wanted it. No big deal. Well, why can't we still watch what the teachers are teaching our kids?
Court Refuses Appeal of Ex-Cleveland Cop Who Shot Tamir Rice
"A high court refuses an appeal of a next Cleveland cop who shot to mere rice the Ohio Supreme Court has announced it will not consider an appeal by a police association over the firing of a white police officer who shot and killed twelve year old Tamir rice in twenty fourteen Cleveland fired Timothy Loehmann in twenty seventeen not for killing rice who was black but for providing false information on his job application Lomond it was a rookie was responding to a call placed by a man who said somebody was waving a gun around the man also told the dispatcher the gun could be fake and the person might be a juvenile I'm Shelley Adler
Richard Donner, Director of Superman and Goonies, Dies Aged 91
"The American film director Richard Donner, whose box office hits included Superman and the Woman has died. He was 91. The Warner Brothers studio described him as a pioneer of the modern superhero horror and action genres. The BBC's Adam Porter looks back at his life. Richard Donna began his career as an actor before becoming a TV director. After directing the Omen in 1976. He found international acclaim for his work on Superman. With Christopher Reeve, often regarded as the first modern superhero film. His hits in the 19 eighties included the Goonies and the Lethal Weapon series starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover. Gibson said. Richard Donner had a huge chunk of humility, referring to himself as merely a traffic cop, while Steven Spielberg said Donna was like a favorite coach, smartest professor and
"cop" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood
"Like oh the reason i got to do whatever i want to do at x. parents houses because why parents house was the one who was making sure. I should have preschool on time. Because my dad was kind of really immature and my mom was like really working hard like i feel like this is a long game thing and that your temptation to fix it in the moment by screaming and your kids face. You only get to have fun with dad. Because he's a moron is not the right way to go and that the long game is important on stuff to really important and that even if you are married it's like you know dad contro- the baby sixty five feet in the air. Mom knows the feeding schedule. You know like your kids to kind of get that eventually you know nothing. It's a common thing. Don't you in divorce that. The parents who spends less time with the kid in custody arrangements is less aware of when little league starts this year. And so i think tries to develop a relationship and maintain relevancy and importance in their kid's life. By being the time. Charlie i understand why it develops even. I was in a long distance relationship. Wants him one of the biggest problems are religious. We never addressed any problems because when we were together. We just wanted to have a good time. You know so that it makes sense. It's not because people are terrible people. It's because we only get this limited time together. So i don't want to spend that timing like you really need to buckle down on your grades at school like i want us to have a good time because our time together is limited and that makes sense and i think there's a really important aspect solicit break. We'll be right back this week. I've been putting together a little surprise for my husband's family who we have definitely not seen enough of in the last year plus. I'm really looking forward to seeing all of them again and giving them all copies of my mother-in-law's memoir which she's created during the pandemic week by.
"cop" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Back young church jenkins you guys. I saw this show by saying that. This i'm going to try to have some optimism that immediately went out the window in the first segment. Those police Stories they drive me nuts and amina range so it is what it is But there's one more element to that story that we shared with you guys and then there's another police shooting. Listen one by one anna going. So newsmax greg. Kelly has a very different take on the brazen excessive force and racism displayed by windsor virginia. Cops during a traffic. Stop involving an army officer by the name of karen dario now kelly who i should also note is the son of ray kelly. The former new york police department commissioner tweeted this support the troops keep in mind. We're talking about an army officer who was Assaulted here support the troops. Thank soldiers by one allowing them to keep driving during a traffic. Stop to compliance unnecessary to lawful. police orders. Three don't bother with license plates. Plus this soldier is special. He's black and latino. The cop is only latino. I mean who cares now. Obviously there's a lot to unpack. And debunk here But to be absolutely clear we're talking about an army officer who was pulled over because he allegedly was missing license plates turns out. he wasn't missing license plates. He was driving a new car. It had temporary license plates. I should also know that. He didn't reject the officers orders. He was complying and the the idea that he you know did anything unlawful. During that traffic. Stop that led to the assault Is absolutely ridiculous. But i think it's important to remind you guys of what happened. Maybe you haven't seen what happened But this video does a good job in detailing what the officers alleged and what. The video actually showed of that violent traffic. Stop take a look honestly.
"cop" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Cover them all. That's what we do discover news I will give you a fair but optimistic view on all these things and we're optimism is not warranted. we'll tell you So cousins news to get to. I'm sure casper had a good weekend. I'm sure i did. I'm sure you did so we're gonna move forward and do the news all right I just want to know for myself. I am not in a good mood and it is because of the rundown it is because of the stories that we're talking about today and i'm glad that you still find optimism even after we talk about two different cases of police using brutality and excessive force. Let's start off with virginia. One of two virginia cops who pulled guns on an assaulted. An army officer has been fired. the situation stems from a traffic stop involving an army officer by the name of karen. Navarro who is both latino and black. Desario was driving on a dark road in rural virginia when the police tried to pull him over for allegedly missing license plate. The car actually had a temporary license plates since it was a new car. Anyway at that point windsor virginia. Police officer Joe gutierrez tried to pull him over and unfortunately the situation became very violent from that moment on So i want to show you the video of what occurred And then i'll give you more details about the aftermath. Honestly.
"cop" Discussed on Alchemy This
"Jackson. How's your fever. How's your valentine's shaping up You know pretty standard pretty good. It'll be nice Not a day that i you know. Let's eat a good meal other than that. Don't really care so that will be happening. I am excited for that And was your day before. That's exciting when you told your husband the first time. I don't really care about. Valentine's did he fall for that as i did when told i gave told him it was a conversation. It's like you know. I just think what else are we gonna do. You have a nice meal. What else is there to do. I don't know maybe. I'm maybe that's just me. Knowing no rules it's a completely fabricated holiday that puts a tremendous. I feel personally clearly An unfair amount of pressure to make it super special and fail pretty often lutely absolutely now. I just bombard do everything you get a car to get flowers a good candy. You'll get you know jewelry. You could fucking everything. Wow boys whether the elected kid fucking kid very santeria you. What about candy. I like candy so no complaints cookies. It's an it's an excuse to indulge. So i'll definitely like well. We'll have a bake bake something sweet and delicious. Cook something good. I like dolgin day. Do you have a favorite brand for box of candy. Yes i'm twizzlers fanatic. Now i know that's in a bag and not looking for a heart shape. I'm sort. Oh like the chocolates mean godiva. The answer is no. You did not have a favorite i like. I like the dark chocolate outside with the coconut. And everything else can go fuck itself. Also the opposite. Usually people say that about the coconut one. I might feel about great jolly ranchers great blow. Pops i love them. Ever else is like oh. That's trash great trash. That's my jamie's the same way on the coconut and the great a chocolate covered grape. I think it'd be pretty gross. Had charlton those tried grapes. Crabbing let's derail. Hey there's james he. Johnny ronnie hinder. How's your supply of frozen hashbrowns today. It's actually not so bad. We had a real close call about a week ago. We were to which is not enough for a full breakfast so we to have a half breakfast which is just like with a fucking bother having one hash brown because then you'll have one egg one piece of toast. What that means is you're going to have to have another extra meal. So so if i may you you said you're down to hash. Browns which means two squares two squares so where lease one square piece. He's nowhere near enough for you. I mean not for full meal. That's what my wife. And i call a half breakfast. You're like hot. And now craig cousy with his oscar nomination predictions cal i gathered. I hear why the category of motion picture arts and sciences. There's a giant golden statuette here He has no genitalia. Dustin often famously observed nineteen seventy nine nominated for best picture this year. Real shocker shocker. Nobody saw anything and nothing played in theaters. Thank you for that. That was create cousy from the carpet. Hey there's chris alvarado long and lean dog-loving machine favorite new dinner item please. I thought you said nude dinner. You said new kadogo. We don't eat a lot of red meat in his house okay. Friendly don't need a of meat in general But when we do it's typically chicken but my fiancee. Jennifer was gifted these wag lou beef. I help house these steaks. And do there's something different about cutting into a fucking like big thing. Like i don't know we're not stay people and you get like everything feels good. It tastes good. It's it's a. It's a moment. So i don't think we have not often but not always a treat. Yeah it's a massage those cows to get. Who is that part of the process. It's like don't do this way. what i'm saying. They use massage guns really quick of. I'm to proud of my valentine's day plans. Which were kinda like jackie. We don't really we'll do gifts just like something. Nice a meal. But our dear vanessa wrangling and the dynasty typer theater is offering some kind of fun things you can do for for a few moments. You know socially distanced safe. So jessica doesn't know. But i'm going to have our names upon banner on the on the marquee and they'd have little table set up with the popcorn and candy and you sit there for a moment to take pictures. Do cute little thing. So we'll be doing that. Oh i wish. I would've known about that. That was the last thing erin than i did. Before lockdown we went to the dynasty. Wa- like we were vip pass members and it was the greatest. Valentine state i've ever had period at the time of st typewriter. Well apparently it came around again. James and you blew it. This discord member of dynasty typewriter. I'm going to have a stern talking to. I mean technically today's the tenth so it's not too maybe maybe she'll be joining us next week. 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"cop" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"The one who tried to have her husband killed. Yes, yes, she's a hero of mine. It's from COP stewed del. We use a clip about fire. Her hearing the news when she goes a when he goes, Miss, your husband has been killed yours. Is She's such a good actress here. Come here right now. Come as soon as. You would not know she's faking. It. It'd be like look. What grief looks like? It's not like. You would be like this is what people go through when they when they put all the cops I informed. How was your camera there? We go. That's an undercover thing they had a camera. A camera on it for sure like I mean you can see that thing of her crying when she finds out. I'm sorry to inform you that Believe. How is? Okay It shows to married to my own. One that you would rather have. Your husband killed this. HOW AWFUL ANNOYING CONVERSATION! You say you WanNa break open then just to do that. Just to have him killed. They found stuff. Twentieth Recently though like I didn't even know the other ships she did before she tried to have him killed at the two thousand twenty really dug into a pretty good. She planted drugs on him. To call the cops and said that he had. Drug and then by the way the cops just didn't check where she planted them. And then they show like text from him to her. It was like. I just hope it. Just opened my gas tank to get gas. And there was A. You know an ounce of mytalk. Yeah, he goes. What is this and she's like I don't know I. Don't know why that's there. Like. He found that he got pulled over and the cops checks for drugs. He's like I don't do drugs. And they checked his car and let him go. Because there was no drugs. He didn't know where she hit them. He was sure Jack My car. I don't do drugs. And that they check the whole car. They didn't check inside the. Glass for some reason where she put it. In the cash so crazy and so so fuck committed to a goal, though still she got pregnant. while. Like like right before they officially arrested her. She fucked somebody else. She was doing it to be with another guy. She was telling me why she was telling another guard. Saying nobody hears thing. Though he had some. He was trying to get his dough. Yeah, but here's worth their thanks that one where it's like it, it shows you how much people avoid confrontation in general like that. And to. So, the cops arrested her. Why do they have to? Take, husband, listen. We're coming your your. Own around time got foreign franker like A. Best. OUTTA here, so we're GONNA say you're just to get the wear reactors, no more evidence. They got from her. What did they do know though is when you show that in court. Yeah, it's GonNa. Make a jury. Really be like one. Dude Y.. killed. The way. She paid gotTA. Kill him, so he's dead, is that and she cries and puts her head in the guy in the cops chest and you see the COP. Right top play along because he's like annoyed. Trying to have somebody killed and I'm a policeman. Remember the van the thing I'm five thousand percents shore, but she said that the COP. It wasn't a cop. By the way that undercover thing wasn't a cop that guy when she said, will you come out where you kill my husband, right? The guy was like. The Guy who said like the guy who said I'll get you somebody. went to the cops. Saw A guy. Yeah, so that's why it's. Her argument was what she said it was. It was they were all taking part in an audition. For to try to get on a reality TV show. That was her defense the first time around our first trial. Her defence was that she's. Yeah she. What does she appeal the verdict of guilty? I don't know I. Don't remember exactly what it was honestly. But but yes, she was trying to say we were all doing a reality show, and then it's like well for audition tape. Why was the camera in the back seat behind? You couldn't see anybody's face except yours really. Is that way. We don't WanNA. See you inch rainy, shitty audio video. What are you talking about? And they went whether there? That's what we adleman. Show. It's. It's it's. But time is running out. What do you? What do you want? They really have. It is what is man. We can't just say yes. I also to love is I love. The cops brought to my life. Because I love that story, Wow! I love how she went to the husband to mark. Come in here Mark Cobb here. They showed me goes not what it is. Seen it! You recognize this guy and she goes come here now. She doesn't. Her actually it all fell apart. That's where hacking stop because she. At that point, she should've fainted because you told me he was or got up and like like. She started. She knew that she was fucked and she was like. Sanctions out of this. So hot bitch that she's like search for exactly that absurdity occasions US look I know I try to fuck you over shoes right now to tell them. This is all fucking. You knew about this and let's get the fuck..
"cop" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"Because, that's the. Tax, dollars. Longer black friends are like. House going through? BEAT UP A BLACK FOR! Lily White Jewish upbringing by YOU'RE GONNA. Wait for the light to change to do the same thing guy working. For Only, a white person ever ever has pointed a finger to cop and been like I pay yourself. It's never been said by a black words and I've never said it either. Greet people don't pay taxes, no, you. Don't. Pay Your salary, but are we. We saw that. From guys we saw fight down. At the seller at the Blue Note, yeah, one night fucking crazy. It was a husband wife hammered. They were doing the wrestling for the keys game with their hands, and we were watching. That was like a drunken. Like you know I'm driving I'm driving or you're not driving. Who's going to get the? Whatever the thing was, and then like it was pretty physical, but not like we need to jump in, and it just looked stupid, an older and drunk people in their late fifties easy. And and then they stopped fighting, and the woman was like interphone, and the guy was smoking a cigarette, and just like you know wobbling with drunk, and the woman was hammered to and he. We're all watching him, and he just hauls off. While, she's looking at phone and sucker punches her right in the face drops, and then jumps on her and keeps hitting line, and everybody runs over there, and like pulls it apart once like all right. That's crazy but more. Crazy everybody everybody right over there. On the first shot it was it was. It was insane that move. And they pull apart. Like took forever for the cops to get there several things. I noticed that night that I found very interesting. The cops left him uncuffed sitting in front of their car. Knowing forever. Yeah, with a hundred and one accounts of everybody's saying like this guy attacked that woman. Attacked her didn't cuff them until the last minute. Put them in the car. This thing was like a twenty minute ordeal. No exaggerated never them at the end. They let her go over to them, and she's going like I'm sorry. I'm so sorry she's upset. He's getting arrested. He's calling her a fucking screaming that she's a con. He's one of the COPS I. Pay Your fucking salaries. You fucking work for me and the cops are just kind of taking it, and it's just like a weird like. What's happening? We watched the thing on the day. There's a white guy. I gotta remember his name the by planets. That is the show sorta Black Lou. Medias that are likely King black, King Black Leshan. We've put it in a lion roar there now. King Louis Johnson did black. Rivers he's so. I. Don't Know How you've found these guys, but I went in there two times ago, maybe three times ago. Hot So had to be last summer. I guess four times ago. Who knows, but I get there? He gets me from the from the desk. Serious. We're walking and he's like. Hey, they're break imp bringing bringing right now. It's like Oh. Hey, cash! If you let me know whenever Becker going naked and he goes okay and just like. Okay, and then just like wait until you got going again. Argument I was like okay do our whole is perfect? That Kinda Shit Man Black Dj. Everyone's so great at their job. But A. Solo show this thing that you have to see this guy. He's a lawyer. I guess yeah I guess. Yeah Oh is that what you're? Saying and right. Year. He's A. He's a lawyer. Any goes and drives to a police station. I don't know if he does a bunch of these. Guiding Jimmy Justice. Who does a similar thing where he goes and sees police cops, breaking traffic laws and then please police cops traffic cops. Breaking traffic laws, and he screams at them like a maniac. Right so your boob. There's a reason to be parked at this hydrant. Camera Face Because I. can film you? It's my right to film you. You're breaking the law you're breaking. BOOB. He gets them coming out of restaurants with like their wives with a police placard parked at a hydrant. Coming back in those car just parked there for like. Whatever reason you know what I mean just like. There was no parking available just. Use His power to park their. He calls them that it's great. That's great this guy. He pulls up and he starts grilling. A police officer like he's a police officer. But he himself is where you come from. When it comes like why he's like where you come from, would you do today? How would you do today? Man? He goes I'm asking the questions right now. What do you do? It's just like a ball on the guy like alcohols and ends a childish like He. The lawyers again walkaway cop walkaway guys walking away. He I think says he won't give him his. Numbers like that and he's like yeah, walk away, walk away. Renee. Guy Turns around, and he turns around and stares at him for like twenty seconds the COP. Cop Stares at Bouman. It's not same guys. There's a different guy lawyer guy. But he's he's not. He doesn't call them boots. He's just doing like he's more interested in aggressive like. It's a more controlled. Now. I have a right to ask you what you've been doing that. I mean that kind of thing. And When he's leaving, the guy in the car goes to the COP. He's like yeah, walkaway walkaway. That's right, and the COP is like you're not gonNA to kind things. We turns around stares and we're twenty minutes, but you can only do that. For so long before. You walk away. Walk Away, saying it's the guy actually had to turn around and walk away again and it's just like. In a million years dude no. fucking, take a shot at doing that. Not Not in a million years. No Way would I assume that might work out for me, because also like I don't know what if it takes fucking baton out, it's me. What we have on video I. Don't want to baton beating man like I. Don't want to be a national story of police abuse like I. Just WanNa Fuck in. Yeah, exactly yeah. Yes. Sir, no Sir I understand. Thank you very much. The. Russell Navy said that joke, and it's such a funny thing like how many times you've. Would fucking Queens move. COP gives you tickets and you thank him. THAN THAT SO many times! Thank you off years like what you're saying like. Thank you for not just coning some reason to arrest me..
"cop" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"And then they are getting tighter and tighter and tighter, and you ended it down, but that joke just grew. From like when I was like twenty three. Yeah. For joklik this to work as you mentioned, they're sort of a highbrow lowbrow. You have to sort of walk the line where you sort of have to be accurate and his harshest possible with what the cops are saying. Fuck the air the room by being too harsh, but also you sort of clearly trying to balance it out. Can you talk about coming up with disorder three police lines? I did. eighty-five shows forty seven cities last year before tapes the special, so I like tested the Shit Outta every. Square inch every line of every joke. I made sure. Where you can hear the collective butthole clenching in the audience when they're comfortable with a joke premise you know, or it's like too harsh. Them, start to relax, but the audience is constantly letting you know line by line. What's working and what's not working? It's like instant feedback for this, are you? Is there like an exact amount of you want little butthole contract, but not too much because you still there needs to be some tension with. The first part because you, you want them to hear it, yeah, I think it's gotta be like the right contention against the right kind of buttocks. As they say, yeah, as I said like a lot of Comedians you'll Interviews will describe things that you're doing is dumb as a way saying so it's like Oh. That's just dumb. And obviously the sort of reggae song functions that sort of way of being sort of silly relief in the joke, but what does this do? How does sort of function in your ability to help communicate what you want in this joke or in general like what is the value of it? What do you mean by dumbness? Highbrow lowbrow like I was? Our the silliness or Silliness yeah I think that lyft. It takes the edge off while Trojan horsing your message that would be typically hard to swallow into people's brains and. Comedies like a way of coping with tragedy I'm ordering Sushi if you don't mind allies. I'm not. I'm not overthinking it. I wouldn't overthink it, yeah. I was talking to a CO worker today partly about interview, just talking about in general, but the pressure when you are a black creator to be a good representation in however you talk about subjects and I. Feel like we're also talking about that. There's a certain sort of seriousness. It sometimes feels like it's put on even black Comedians to talk about serious topics. Considering your career and as a person who has studied comedy. Do you think what it means in the context of history comedy sort of tackle issues both incredibly seriously, but also playfully. Do Think about your I think that's the best way to serve the dish. I think that like the only way you can communicate your message and get it to the people who need it is to put it into a joke. WanNa talk to you about the performance of the joke, but I want to talk about sorta performance, generally a lot of your jokes and special built around act outs, right? Why is it what you like about? Sort of a performance driven style? What do you let's not even what I like? It's like that's what the audience likes like anytime. I try to be like Iraq and tour. Bramble on, that had just turned into a Ted. Talk that what they say. They want to see me check into giant. GotTa give the Internet what it wants. To with the Joepat of the performance of this evolve over the course of the last tour specifically. I think that it wasn't so specific in the COP. Act Out. It wasn't so like you're under. Arrest you on our it is. Black teenager Houston just be like something more generic universal crackhead. It was a twenty two year old me writing verse. Thirty six year old me writing, and like I, just like updated it bit so now it's Nurhasyim innocent black teenager. Kiss my boots. Disenfranchise transgender prostitute, I think I put more thought into what the COP was saying to victim I was talking to Sarah. SQUIRM, who you're opener for the legalize everything tour. And and we're talking about especially in this part of this joke. In particular, they're sort of violence to your performance like your your screamed so horse at the end of you lie on the ground. She mentioned that happened to every time. Where does that come from that sort of like I? Love I love bad brains alive like punk and metal and noise music. Can the Boredom Mike Patton.
"cop" Discussed on The Babylon Bee
"You was to an all your on your ipod or watch. You know that my dad's still yet you can watch it now. My Dad's still burns his podcast onto CD's and listens to them. which is just it's a thing I. You know I have a two year old and you know it's the most stressful thing in the world is when he gets a hold of a CD or DVD or Blu Ray. Now have no concept of like being gentle and the first thing he tries to do is he knows that all these little holes that are in all these different systems they go. It goes in there, but he doesn't understand. There could be winning their search trying to jam and. Yes. That's true. Anxiety and depression come from father had a president, but like. Your heart goes just the most stressful thing we're experienced. The last VHS player we had was one of those TV's that had the built in VHS and DVD player, and we started to lose all our kids, veggietales, DVD's and stuff. Where are all the DVD still jammed in me? Flip Open Vhs side which we had an used in a long time, and there's like twenty their DVD's. You can't just shove them all at one thousand nine, which goes in just the VHS lot. So can you put them all at once? It'll create a new movie. The has all the characters in it. Yeah, that has like the Yo Gabba. Gabba guys dancing with Bob and Larry and Strawberry shortcake! And Yeah Yeah, he man. That's what. Toddlers Watch I, don't know. Crazy happened this week. Kyle did there was something I was. Oh. Yeah. We usually try to about our week, but. I can't think of anything we had a lawsuit against us by one OH. Yeah, we'll get into that later. Later. WE'RE GONNA! Talk about church in how we still have man, we'll go to it. WE'RE GONNA talk about cops. How people want to abolish them and we're GONNA talk to a real cop. Yeah, talk to detective Dan that'll take. A secret we are first anonymous. Guest! Hate mail later on, so yeah, it's going to be a good show. It's a good time if this is your first time joining us. This isn't a podcast where you hang out with the Babylon be writers right why I don't know I. Don't know if you want to hear, we are, but just in case. If you're not having fun, leave, it's fine, we're not. We're not offended. Basically, there's a podcast for everything and there wasn't a podcast. To hang out with Babylon. Be Writers right so so we filled that void. Welcome you're welcome, podcast, listeners and watchers and all that. First of all, let's recommend them. Think some things on stuff. That's good bud now this week's edition of.
"cop" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Cop was arrested as a city hopes for a peace sign club Alberta the Kogan is said the former police officers saying putting is may I. his knee out of the neck of George Floyd at Minneapolis this week is now charged with murder third degree murder in the case Hennepin county attorney prosecutor Mike Freeman interesting questions today about whether charges of third degree murder and manslaughter against Derek shop in in the case of George Floyd took so long despite the video evidence it's very carefully because we have a difficult burden of proof we entrust our police officers to use certain amounts of force to do their job to protect us they commit a criminal act if they use this force unreasonably we have to prove that beyond a reasonable doubt activists in Minneapolis telling reporters today it is a good first step but they want to see the three other former officers also involved in the incident also charged meantime the National Guard is on the hand of the city of Minneapolis to prevent another night of violence a local activist group here in San Diego says it's been trying to get sending the police to stop using neck restraints with no success the racial justice coalition launching what it calls the I can breathe campaign and you said Miller spokesman says police still use a carotid restraint which we called the illegal chokehold in a matter of seconds this is normally their rebuttal of that we don't use the chill or view the crowd restraint but that is in effect a chokehold once the person starts moving around so we want all neck restraint the band in San Diego California and the nation he says they've had no traction from law to force but the mayor or city council but he says they will try again with a greater sense of urgency in the wake of George Floyd's death in Minneapolis six more deaths from cobit nineteen have been reported today in San Diego county that means two hundred and sixty six people have now died from the virus since it all began health officials say ninety five percent of those who have died had underlying medical conditions latest report out today also says there are one hundred and forty new cases of the virus out of more than forty six hundred tests that means the rate of positive cases remains at just three percent since the pandemic began their now weapons seven thousand two hundred and forty confirmed cases of the corona virus in San Diego county the governor said today the counties around the state that have certified to move ahead of the state's timeline including said eagle county we now have the ability to move through the rest of phase three case now is one hundred percent going to be determined on the basis of your local health director in partnership local county officials will be putting out some new guidelines next week substantially now we're in the frame for the next few weeks of a phase three approach on local decision timeline here salons and barbershops were giving okay earlier this week to open now the nail salons and fitness centers and gyms are also hoping they will get the okay as early as next week Senegal states plans for a new stadium and expansion of the campus admission valley a perceived the initial okay from the center city council members today voted unanimously to approve the sale agreement with the city owned stadium property to SDSU for more than eighty six million dollars in a member of twenty eighteen voters approved the SDSU west measure over the competing soccer city proposal for the site where SDCCU stadium now sits was set to be an historic moment in the United states ahead of the space X. launch scheduled for tomorrow at Cape Canaveral and San Diegans get the claim just a little piece of it is Inigo based electronics manufacturer is helping SpaceX launch Americans into space this Saturday aboard the falcon nine rocket and vent has been working with SpaceX for about the past five years providing equipment that connects and protects electrical systems the facility is certified under international traffic.
"cop" Discussed on The News Junkie
"Just trying to be funny and. And make their videos for Youtube. The COP said not so funny custom and sent him off to jail for doing this. When we come back so much more to get into your dispatches from the news junkie blue. Dragons are washing ashore. What does this mean? What's a blue truck and so much more sex move? All of this will be answered next news junkie on Real Radio. To win one thousand dollars just from way on real radio one four point one. Of. The biggest stories of the day in all their glory. Listening to the news junkie..
"cop" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"People for barbecuing in a park without a permit during just a normal day. Nice Day not enduring a pandemic and they would cry to the COP saying they aren't following the rules Blah Blah Blah. When all they're doing is having a nice little family cookout or something when they're completely allowed to good old barbecue becky yet here. They are disrespecting authority trying to fly above the law during public crisis. Just because you don't believe in the virus doesn't mean you can be reckless in endanger others with your own selfish beliefs. You're putting your children in danger too and setting a terrible example by the way talking back to law enforcement disobeying men and then being like arrest me and freaking out when you do get arrested. Don't they wish they would have just left the park like a normal person now? This video is all over the Internet. They now have to deal with being arrested and they were like. I'm recording this good. Now we see how dumb you guys looked. Thank you for recording it. Because now everybody can see that the cops were clearly in the right and they really thought they did something to like. They were like Oh yeah. We're get make sure you're recording this. Okay yes it's a recording of you acting a whole fool okay coming up. I'm going to talk about another situation. That has not been faring. Well for the kids. I WanNa talk to you guys about this amazing product. I've been using lately called hydrant. If.
"cop" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Another reason not to let your dogs run outside. You know we talked about neutering pit bull Intact pit bull got outside his yard and he got injured. The COP shot him. The bullet went. There were two halls one was in his chest. One was in the His foreleg and it turns it went right through. Didn't you hit a thing went right through much Yeah actually yeah your blood available to your transfusions dogs no I don't I don't I don't there's spiders special centers. Have things like that but we don't tend to do that. You have to hospitalize plasma or anything like that we just run in Sumi zooming running. IV fluids fix excessive blood loss. Or does it usually that. If it's just that much by the time they get there that's just it if the usually if you're gonNA do a transfusion you're in such deep trouble anyway. that it's not going to much good but a again can handle losing a whole lot of blood without a big problem. So how much blood does the. Let's say like a pit bull. Have how many pints or quarts or gallons or leaders or twelve gallons. That's right I have no idea I really really do. I think it's five leaders. You Call Sharon. She'll know she'll rattle it off. uh-huh uh-huh those things things that don't come up practice on a regular basis. No no the gentleman standing there holding his pit bull whose blood dripping right out of its chest kind of a neat moment pretty much cops moment But the cool thing is is that nobody else in the lobby. You know because people have to wait where you're dealing with the emergency. Nobody.
"cop" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"As you know. I'm a big fan of the role COMPLA- in informing how we relate to climate and the Environment Women in episode twelve apology path. We talked with David Buckland about a project by Michael Pinski cold pollution. pugs well those very same pollution. Solution Pods are right here. In Madrid the COP Pinski replicated the pollution levels of cities around the world including this mel and temperature in five geodesic. Jessica domes. I went to go and find them. I met at the pollution entrance by high as a waste. Who worked for Cape Farewell? This one is may Michael Pinski. Michael Pinski's analyses that he wants to us that it would saints loosen weekend says our risk limit too because there are two phase of the coin because seven million people. Forget about that one. We are going to see hi different cities around the world. The number is the Labor and the pollution between C. Twenty is I freeze which twenty four recommend about. Who More than one. It's recommended the artist. Michael Pinski actually came up with the idea for these pollution pods in Trondheim Norway where the as very clear trump. Yeah so what does time smell like. No what do you think I always smells of like say like leave something that people say that one in London they say like gasoline selene. I'd rather smell like trees than gasoline. Yeah here yes like for the next one or you have to stay the the next one. We're going to London. And then we're near Delhi Delhi. Okay where's the next one. After New Delhi Beijing and Sao Paulo Power. Okay Hey this is this going to game pinsker now. I'm not in my wondering now. We're in London. Which I grew grew up in Eric? Nordmann who just happened to be walking by Eric have even Dylan before I have this smell like it smells clean in London. Then I wouldn't say it reminds me of London. It's not like I don't know the essence of London but I think the intensity of the air there is a bit of a gasoline kind of smell and it's very foggy in here too. So maybe that's those famous London fog from the coal pollution and all that and like why attracted you to come and look at this installation this much like politics people negotiating like how. How did you end up here? I needed a break. I was one of those plenary session rooms this morning and felt like I should get out and explore the the Green Zone a little bit. I haven't been over here yet. The Green Zone is like where all the innovative stuff as many be happening. This is the first thing that I came to. I'm like I WANNA see it. This is very cool. I hi this is London. Let's let's let's go to the next one to. Yeah okay. This one smells really bad deli. You can barely see across the pod. We're in Gome. And it's so thick with pollution or simulated pollution. Then you can hardly see across months I can hardly breathe is very attentive. It really Nazi this is bad pool so that was deli. I definitely don't want to be visiting daily too soon. God Beijing coming up next colder in here. Yeah Yeah it's even thicker. The pollution is even thicker. It's harder to see. It doesn't seem quite as intense as Delhi. What are the numbers here? Okay so if lower but more pea soup you can't see the sky. It's it's not a place that you wanNA spend any time you'd want to. Yeah I can feel it in my tonsils. Yeah it Kinda does constrict your throat a little bit. We're going to see how he goes out. Paolo south hollow is remarkably clean. Okay so this was about. What Madrid was this morning is that is that right? Lung is the last one we go to where we started. Okay tron time and how Palo below West. I would have thought so to educational we now know Deli seems like the West may because it was hotter Beijing team pretty bad Sao Paulo seems a lot better than I would have thought. What are you doing for the rest of the day Eric? I'll will attend some more sessions and try to do some writing so I'm writing about the work of Elinor Ostrom. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize economics. When did she win? She won in two thousand nine nine. She was awarded the prize for her work on common pool. Resource Management so what what is common pull resource management common pool resources are resources like fisheries and forests. Boris and Clean Air that are easy to extract from but hard to prevent people from accessing. So you might have heard of the tragedy of the Commons. Men's where people will race to harvest all the fish before someone else gets there so her work showed that people can overcome the tragedy of the Commons. Where the people people the resource users themselves come together to create rules and enforce them and that's very much aligned with the structure of the Paris Agreement? That's really interesting. Thank you for for being back in the Cavernous Convention Hall. I meet up with Ramiro Piccola or as she would say. My name is Meena because Lottie Romania is the former environment. Varmint Minister of Argentina is now president of the center of Human Rights and the environment. I stopped by asking Romania. What exactly the thousands of people are doing it? Yeah we're supposed to be saving the earth but this far away from that. I seen this process you. You know. It's a perfect distraction of what we really need to be done with this awakened head of state's leadership that grass the climate crisis and put a package of solutions together to save all this negotiation. This is this is this is cop. Twenty five twenty five years of negotiation and I think at one point he will produce. Betty will not produce time that we need so leadership is this crucial and there's no leadership here at the political level that we need and remain a how many conference of the parties have been too. Well I have been to many. He Conference of Parties. But I think the best moment that we are for really doing something wasn't behind when we have the president's come I'm into the COP and discussing this and because in what they have in Dan and we lost that political momentum and the lack of leadership of the US has really do tremendous damage to this process and the fact that the US has announced that we live Peres. The good news is that we'll have the solutions and we're working with some leaders at the state level that wanted to do something and want to put some solutions together her. What are the measures that can deliver fast on mitigation and avoid taking points? You've been very focused on short lived climate pollutants and I think think most people think of all greenhouse gases being equal. But you spend a lot of time explaining the action than some areas can be more helpful sooner. Yes I I mean. Co Two is a long term guys that leaves a lot in the atmosphere. Many many years and we're focusing on the atmospheric every gas have a short life in the atmosphere. One of these is black carbon at this important because basically the the way they were approaching. Coaching decision is not only as a climate issue but alleviation of poverty as well so every dollar that you invest on climate mitigation should also help you you lift people after poverty. We don't want to create a war with climate is great. But there's huge inequalities blacker is one of these gases is only last between between fifteen days to a month in the atmosphere but he's also Nerpa Luton is one of the main causes of premature death of children right so you need to invest on this kind of not only because it's morally correct but if you want to take care of children. Health is very important that you in Europe and why claiming the earth you climate at the same time. So this is this is one of the gases that we're focusing on the other lassie's HFC's basically basically is the guys that you use for Cooling and cooling is not only you know you're rumor conditioning or conditioning being able to eat fresh food for farmers is essential to be able to sell in the market and fresh products and he's also essential for that you cannot have data storage without cooling so cooling. All of the southern is in everything that we do in life and and an enormous impact in climate. I met but we.
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"The power of people people and youth in particular as vocalized by Greta. Thornburgh really helped me understand. The big gap between what was agreed in Paris and the failure of nations to take meaningful action to implement their commitments. Finding Listrik solutions is what the COP should be all about but instead seems to have turned into some kind of opportunity for countries to negotiate loopholes and to avoid racing their ambition only setting up distant dates and saying things which give the impression of action is underway. The real danger is when politicians and CEO's are making it look like real action is happening when in fact almost nothing is being done apart from clever accounting and creative PR. There is no sense of urgency whatsoever. All leaders are not behaving as if we were in an emergency eh in an emergency you change your behavior we can start the change right now. We the people people now it's time to head to the actual climate negotiations. These are taking place and what feels like the world's biggest and coldest EPO with no clocks on natural rely a lot of security checkpoints only fast food to eat and both first class lounges and people sleeping on the floor of the terminal and it's nearly really impossible to find the exit. The word most used at the Madrid climate confab is ambition as in. We need more ambitious targets. What is discussed much much less however is how actually going to implement what's already been agreed? I mean with the woods. Silky who's the founder and president of the Institute for Governance and sustainable ainable development and was president of the Center for International Environmental Law. Mrs Elke currently teaches at UC Santa. Barbara's Bren school and I've known since the Rio Earth Summit in ninety two. He's one of the world's leading authorities on international environmental framework. So do it. How many of these things have you been to way too many? Probably at least twenty okay and is it like an addiction. You just like you went up twenty four and you just have to go to cop twenty five. You just feel like foam. Oh if you're not there oh boy. That's a dangerous first question. We all have our justifications for coming. We think we're GONNA have a great meeting with these people from Moana and you're going to do a new climate solution delusion that might save the world so we come for the side excitement and yeah it's a little bit addictive I mean it's It's exhausting Austin and if you're not careful you're like one of the walking dead who roam the halls looking for someone to meet with and sit down and have have coffee and talk about the business that you don't have and how I can get my consulting Gig so you've got to avoid. Yeah they sound like yeah definitely. ZOMBIES on behalf of the conference of the parties is kind of. I was thinking of the name for the PODCAST. This week can be good cop bad cop so once the good part part The good cop. Is that when you leave these meetings. You realize you gotTa do a lot more. Because the people here are not solving climate climate change so it's motivating in a perverse way the same way that Donald Trump has been motivated for the state of California the cities around the United States. They've stepped up to the plate. The demand for climate governors said stop. It finds different expressions and so with These cops you see. You can't ransall climate change by dancing around the world and meeting once a year and expecting to To go further further. It doesn't happen. Your entire career has been in. Promoting international legal frameworks and how we can leverage international law to get local action. Given that you'll pessimism here lake will what changed. Well I. I'm not pessimistic. About about our chances of saving the climate system. I'm pessimistic that this system is capable on. Its own of doing that job. It can't I mean no. You can't negotiate with one hundred ninety five countries and expect a process to lead you to binding Strong Agreements I. It's not going to happen especially because the fossil fuel industry which is funding. This this meeting is way too powerful. They've learned how to slow this down again as I said it's a slow waltz that suits the fossil fuel industry perfectly. They'll be happy to pay for meetings around the world once a year to keep us occupied so so in the eighteen hundreds in In London the poor houses were situated. On the periphery of London. They were one day's walk apart. And if you could get T and two slices of bread as your meal and stay one night and then you had to walk all day to the next poor house and get another meal. That's sort sort of what we're doing right. Now we're getting this thin gruel that keeps US walking around but we're not getting strong and healthy and we're not rising up in rebellion. The kids are doing this. I mean Greta. Who's the Big Star? It's on the side it's Greta. EVEN AL is coming back with a new fire that he hasn't had for awhile showing that That he can be motivated by the youth to be even more courageous than he's been in the past and that that rubs off on all of us but we can't can't take it into this negotiate expected to give us more we take it out. Take it outside so so this we would report on the Arctic. It came out. And what does it say well. It says that we're losing the climate battle The Arctic is warming at least twice the rate as the rest rest of the world and now we're losing the reflective sea ice and were collapsing. Permafrost would use to be permanent frost and as you collapse that you omit stored carbon dioxide methane the super pollutant eighty four times more powerful than twenty year period red and and to which both destroys drives for goes on and causes climate warming. So this we're seeing a wicked cascade unfold where the earth is warming itself and what it means is speed becomes the metric that we have to impose now we need fast asked mitigation as we saw that part. We have a possibility of getting to carbon-neutral Twenty forty five twenty fifty as soon as as we possibly can. But if you don't solve the first part with a short time fluids you don't have a chance of solving the second part was co two mitigation at twenty-fifty. So we get more and more bad news. It's kind of more and more puts us in a catatonic state where we just like sees. I don't know exactly what to do. I think many people reading the newspaper this week thing that the thing to do is to put a lot of faith in this institution which is the United Nations Conference of the parties as it relates to climate change. And yet I'm hearing that. That is a place we might not WANNA put as much faith as the media and everyone suggests is with it the the UN is simply not the form to solve climate change. And it's making it clear that we need more outside so look at the G The seven the g twenty major economies form these smaller venues. So if you do the G.. Twenty that's twenty countries that are eighty five percent of climate emissions. They can sit around a table and they can actually negotiates. If you do. This was still. I can do it with aluminum. You to this with your forrest. I can do this with cement and we can level the competitive playing field much more easily at a small table. Tried to do one hundred ninety five countries. You're you're you're just getting too much noise to get down to the business. PJ that so so there is a multilateral global solution it just may not be anchored in the United Nations nations itself it may be a smaller group and it also may be moving towards a sectoral approach where we take a piece of the climate the problem out just like we did with the fluorinated gases and HFC's under the Montreal Protocol you learn how to solve that peace with a governance approach that learns earns as it progresses Mantra Protocol is known as a start and strengthen treaty we start we learn by doing again confidence and we do more thirty two years. We've had incredible success and that treaty by the way has solved a an amount of climate change that otherwise would be as bad as co two is today as well as protecting the stress or goes on there so this is a brilliant treaty. California's been a big supporter. Of course led the way on a lot of the technology so you take that model of a sectoral approach say well. Why don't we do the same thing for cement for aluminum for steel? Not every country makes aluminum. It's a a handful of countries that dominate this same as cement. So you can actually figure out competitiveness and so you care less if you're in the cement industry about without having to raise your prices because you might have new technology demands if everyone in the industry does the same thing so competitiveness becomes key and again again in this forum one hundred ninety five countries. It's a lot harder so sectorial pieces that can be plugged back into Paris. You know it's fine. We can news Peres for accounting purposes in a plug and play system.
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"This week. I traveled to Madrid the site of the twenty fifth climate. Change the conference of the parties affectionately known as the COP and while I'm deciphering. Climate Speak Parties is the name for sovereign nations or as we like to call them countries. Today there are one hundred ninety five nations meeting here in Madrid to try and work out how to tackle climate. Change Ground Ground Zero for this discussion with the nineteen ninety-two Rio s summit. which was officially cop one? The Rio Summit was at the time the largest gathering of heads of state in human history. I had just finished school at Berkeley where I'd focused on the relationship between human rights and the environment back in ninety two. Why was it true believer in the power of international law convinced that if we came together we could construct a way of getting ourselves out of the mess we had created? Here's the Prime Minister of Norway. Gro Harlem Brundtland at nine hundred ninety. Two Rio summit there are less than four hundred weeks left of the twentieth century time is short for us to rectify the present unsustainable patterns of Human Development. We must reconcile human activities with the laws of nature you mean. Survival narrowly focused national. Oh priorities will only hamper progress and stand in the way we need radical decisions at this crisis meeting. On humanity's future we cannot betray future generations. They will judge US harshly. If we fail at this crucial the moment we have a moral duty. We have the means. We have many of the ways we each of us are responsible. We will be held accountable. Thank you it took another thirteen years. After the Rio Summit including the Poli- we implemented Kyodo climate agreement and climate meetings in places like Bali and Copenhagen to reach the much-touted Paris Agreement in two thousand fifteen. Here's what President Obama declared at the time. I committed this country to the tireless task of combating climate. Change and protecting this planet for for future generations. Two weeks ago in Paris we succeeded. We came together around the strong agreement. The world needed. We met the moment so we cannot be complacent because of today's agreement. The problem's not solved because of this core but make no mistake. The Paris Agreement establishes the enduring framework. The world needs to solve the climate climate crisis in an effective way. This agreement is ambitious with every nation setting committing to their own specific targets. The full implementation of this agreement will help delay or avoid some of the worst consequences of climate change and will pave the way for even more progress in successive stages stages over the coming years then unfortunately as quick as you could say Madrid trump became president implementing a scorched earth policy towards all environmental Armenta protections at home and abroad. which meant that? He promptly pulled the United States out of the Paris Agreement. Back here in Madrid. It's hard to listen to that clip of Obama. It's it's actually nearly impossible to reconcile the different reality. We Now occupy on the streets of Madrid. The conference got launched with a very large protests..
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