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Global coronavirus cases pass 30 million, doubling in 2 months
"30 million mark here. CBS is Elaine Cop Has the numbers of new cases rise sharply worldwide. The death toll now stands at more than 940,000. The worst hit nations are the U. S. India and Brazil. But there's a renewed spike in infections across Europe, where the number of weekly recorded cases in the region has topped 300,000 Johns Hopkins University Total show nearly 6.7 million cases in the U. S nearly 200,000 deaths. Four Smithsonian Museums just
Canadian cop chased a Tesla Model S that appeared to have no one in it
"While you're driving. A Canadian man has been charged charged with with dangerous dangerous driving driving for for taking taking a a nap nap while while his his self self driving driving Tesla Tesla was was going going more more than than 90 90 miles miles an an hour. hour. Police Police say say Both Both seats seats in in the the car car were were fully fully reclined reclined and and the the driver driver and and the the passenger passenger were were both both asleep asleep when when someone someone called called the the cops cops in in Alberta, Alberta, Canada. Canada. Police Police say say when when they they tried tried to to pull pull the the car car over over the the Tesla Tesla model s actually sped up. They finally got the car stopped. Tesla cars currently require the driver to remain alert and ready to act with their hands on the wheel. The 20 year old man inside is due in court in December. The man who created a
Malik Jackson: Washington Did Not Want to Kneel With Philadelphia Eagles
"Millie Jackson reveal what the team was hoping to do for Social justice demonstration before their game last week. It's called abuse. Dave You ran this past Sunday, the Eagles in the Washington football team locked arms in midfield during the plain of lift every voice and sing. Then the birds went inside for the national anthem. Malik Jackson said yesterday. The Eagles would have liked to take a knee along with Washington right before kickoff. But he said Washington wasn't on board. Both teams take a knee and then declined the penalty and kick the ball off. But Heart logistically, Jackson said he would like to do something tangible making really statements not not holding arms. During his zoom press conference, Jackson was worrying a red hat that said, Make America arrest. The cops who killed Briana Taylor with great again crossed off, Jackson said. It was good. The city of Louisville pay Taylor's family $12 million, but added and change the culture of citizens paying tax dollars toe. Fun what the police are doing out here. So if we could get the police unions that are back on these guys to do stuff, you know, have them start paying like we have to pay out our money and we have contact at two minutes or anything will be a lot better example. Dave, you ran K Y.
Downed power lines sparked 13 Oregon fires
"Continue to rage West Coast now home to the most unhealthy air on the planet, the worst of it in Portland. More than a dozen of Oregon's fires were lit by downed power lines and incident report blamed high winds for knocking down utility lines east of Salem last week, igniting at least 13 blazes. Many others were intentionally set with one Oregon homeowner taking matters into her own hands. When she found a guy on her property with matches. The woman demanded to know why he was there and when she didn't like his answer, held him a gunpoint until cops arrived by the way. He was not charged with arson, but with trespassing in an unrelated warrant. Meanwhile, more than five million acres have burned in the past two weeks. Destroying thousands of homes and buildings, killing at least 34 people in three Western states boxes.
Emily Frazer talks about this years Mosconi Cup
"The big topic right now is Mosconi Cup and. You had mentioned earlier that you've always got to have a plan B. Plan. C.. How How certain are you? that. Mosconi Cup is going to be able to go off the way that you would like it to. good question. I thing. No matter. What happens. The event like I said, we will always deliver at twelve hours of ten. If we can't have a crowd than, we will still deliver it twelve outs ten because we will be creative and we will think of ways the crowd can engage. And the event will have its atmosphere despite not being out to have a crowd bought. The main focus even though it has a lot of hard work, you know we witnessed it for the World Snooker Championship you can put in relentless hours and then all of a Sudden Diwan you can be nice spectators I would I'm more than happy to put in the right now to just have one hour spectators for the Messiah Cop. So the way that we see it is that we're working hard at new seating plans we're working hard with the government and we're also talking with the government constantly. Talking about new regulations, new boundaries we can push. Testing. And just what regulations are in place in order for us to get spectators in. A little bit hard with the Mosconi, Cup audience and people need to understand. Because the atmosphere is a lot more friendlier a lot more. how do I say drunker? It's a little bit harder to maintain social distancing and things like that. So. It may be slightly easier to have an audience in for a snooker event. Is for DOT. So for a pole event so that will factors that we really need to bear in mind and but we're not. Stepping off the off the gas. I want spectators in there and I'm going to do everything I possibly can unless I'm genuinely told by the government that we can't wait can. We are aiming for. Spectators. Appreciate that lot equal travel accommodation, and. And we've kind of been oversee very quiet about the the situation but it's genuinely because we have a yes or no answer right now. And what we are trying to do is trying to have seats in Paris proved government and. Until Achi what with that because we have to maintain social distancing but also, December, it is still quite waterway. Could have prevented things could've got was things critical are. So. Yeah. We have a plan through a all the way through to Z.. And whatever happens we're going to give it a rule and the outcome will be how we wanted it to be because win going to give up. So it's kind of note, the onset of everyone wants everyone just wants know whether we can have fans will not but tell you the real hard hitting truth I don't know right now and that is purely because this cart situation, we've got to two events coming up. Where we hope APPS spectators our champion of champions new proven in November and I will Mosconi Cup in. December. So. What we need to do is put measures in place in order to make sure that if the situation worsens. and. We have to go behind closed doors and for instance, Out Championship League event in June was completely behind closed stores. It was the first live spoke UK. Well let's make sure that there's a plan. You know. T in place so we can do that. So we are thinking of everything. We want the events go ahead. We're not GONNA quiet because we're just trying to keep everyone. Just, takes a long and we don't want to share any news. We all just genuinely trying to it. I, mean I could make the announcement aren't site brought Muscatine cops behind closed doors. They everyone is your answer and that would be easy out. Because there's still hope crossed that spectators. So let's plan for that avenue. Let's see if we can do it and let's try and deliver if not. Let. Me Go to plan. S. That that's that's the overall view on it. The whole aim for the beginning of lockdowns to be to try be as transparent as possible told players told fans. But. Right now is just still so uncertain for us and things can change the matter of hours and our first hand experienced it witnessed it so we just need to be. We just shouldn't make any brush visions. Let's take each step a ton. And just try to deliver the event.
Los Angeles-area city manager put on leave over social media post on two shot deputies
"Manager of Linwood is on paid administrative leave after posting comments, which were deemed inappropriate by his bosses about the shooting of those two sheriff's deputies in Compton, the city manager posted on his personal instagram account. The final of Malcolm X and writing over, he said. Chickens come home to roost. After it was publicized. He made the account private Jose Oma Todo wrote about sheriff's gangs terrorising residents in Compton over the years, and because of that, and the fact good cops don't turn in bad cops. This should have been expected. He also took verbal shots, a chair Vienna wave, He went on to say any shooting is unacceptable and he did not condone it. City distance itself from the city manager and the council voted to investigate an online petition got more than 1200 signatures so far calling for his resignation.
Atlanta driver runs from traffic stop - and leaves winning lotto ticket and meth, Cherokee cops say
"Could come into some money when he's released from the Cherokee County Jail. We love from the claiming that will basically leave to another charge Captain J. Baker with the Cherokee County It's office tells me he dealt that Sean Jones will come to claim the $100 lottery ticket he left behind when he ran from a car during a traffic stop. So what's gonna happen to that ticket then it probably is the first out of winning lottery will have been put into evidence are not exactly sure what the protocol is for that, but we'll see, but it's definitely in his name. It's in our evidence Locker. If you know it wouldn't if he bonds that will least giving lot of Jennifer
New York - Dog Rescued From Marsh On Long Island
"The dog was spotted trapped in a small piece of land in a marsh on Long Island. According to the Daily News. It was a male boxer in the vicinity of Long Beach Road and Empire Road in Island Park. Cops took a boat and picked the dog up. It was checked out at an animal hospital and taken to animal control. The dog had been microchip, so they were able to quickly locate the owner and the dog is back home now.
New York Police investigating shooting at home in College Point, Queens
"Shots Shots fired fired at at police police in in Queens Queens Sunday. Sunday. The The NYPD NYPD tells tells us us that that officers officers responding responding to to a a 9 9 11 11 call call about about a a domestic domestic incident incident wound up ducking bullets outside a home on 125th Street College point A woman who lives right across the street says her door was damaged in the mayhem. You broke my door happened. Nobody said it through to me. Somebody crossed the street. Shoot him somebody and she broke my door too. Although that door didn't fare very well. There were no injuries reported and the suspect was later taken safely into custody, Cops say after he came out of that house with his hands up.
Georgia cop placed on administrative leave after smothering, beating Lyft passenger
"In Georgia is now on administrative leave after allegedly pinning a man down by his now this A young man that is driving and going to return our rent a car when Ms Davis ends up Beaten. Attacked by Clayton County Sheriff's Department. And it ends up in jail when he was the one that was attacked its attorney, Sean Williams, speaking on behalf of his client, Roderick Walker. Attorney says Walker was a passenger in a lift vehicle. It was pulled over, deputies ordered him out. When he couldn't produce I. D. Clayton County Internal Affairs unit now investigating Timmy
Another Round of Windows Smashed on New York City's 7 Train
"The serial subway window smasher has returned to cause more damage on the seven cops say there were 19 windows shattered overnight in Woodside. The NYPD says well over 400 windows on seven trains. Have been smashed since May. Some windows also destroyed on two and three trains across the city. The empty A previously said it was running out of replacement glass. I mean, some trains would have to be out of service that effects all service. The window smashing spree has already caused the over $350,000. The
University of Michigan residence hall staff strike, demand increase in coronavirus protections
"The university Today's story comes from Sunita Rodriguez as a first generation college. I was incredibly intimidating, coming to a campus like you of them entering like a small city, which is when the campus felt like was really overwhelming you of them. That's the University of Michigan. Sunita is a senior now and thriving She's an R A. A resident advisor are A's are. You know they're not just like safety believes, or like Robo cops. They really are meant to mentor you and help give you advice. The job covers her housing and food costs, and Sunita takes the responsibility seriously. That's why in this pandemic, she and many other R A's have started raising concerns with the administration over the universities, health and safety policies. One of the administrators repeatedly said that attempting to provide widespread testing across the campus was not realistic. And in my mind that became a turning point, because if providing widespread testing, which is needed to ensure the safety of campus and prevent an outbreak Is not realistic. Then why on Earth was bringing people back to campus? Ever even considered a possibility, But it's not just testing Sunita is concerned about. She believes that while some of the student health and safety policies sound good on paper Difficult to implement and enforce, especially in the dorms with their kitchens, bathrooms and common spaces. Everything is kind of Senator honed sharing and the fact that there was there wasn't more effort on the university to maybe, you know, locked on the space is removed the furniture like take more actual steps, too. Actually shut these down and prevent people from utilizing them was concerning and as an aria. When Sunita tries to enforce the school's policies she has on ly one trick up her sleeve. A lot of What are easing The past of the light on is kind of the power of the bluff. We ask our residents that you need to come to this home eating. It's mandatory, but there are really no consequences and we don't have any like repercussion system for not following certain measures like that, Sunita says the Rays are feeling helpless and unsafe. So many of them decided to strike along with members of the Graduate Students union. I have not been filling out my reports for my job that are supposed to indicate that I'm Actually engaging with presidents. Sunita says she and the others won't go back to work until their demands are met for things like regular access to testing and sufficient personal protective equipment. The president of the university, acknowledges the strike but has yet to respond to their demands. Tomorrow. The Arias will vote on whether to send a renewed set of demands to the administration. There was no pandemic playbook. You know, there was no no instruction guide for how do you stand up Tio University who is not prioritizing public health. But despite that uncertainty Working with my peers. I quickly found that you know, we don't need a guide in the face of unprecedented challenges. We can be the difference. That was Sunita Rodriguez, a resident advisor at the University of Michigan on her new normal Let's
Portland mayor bans cops from using tear gas during protests
"Importantly now banned from using tear gas for crowd control during their nightly protests. Mayor Ted Wheeler issued that order yesterday. Portland seeing protests for more than 100 straight days With many nights during turning violent and destructive.
Portland mayor bans cops from using tear gas during protests
"Oregon, no longer allowed to use tear gas on protesters. The mayor had ended the use in June unless absolutely necessary. But today he bandit for good, saying it's time to reduce violence in the community. The
Another deadline passes, Philadelphia mayor says city still assessing homeless encampment situation
"Philadelphia are still up this morning. The city is weighing its options trying to figure out what to do next. Kate what W's Tima Menas Joining us live from along the parkway this morning with the latest on this him? Good morning. Good morning. Carol and some of the people staying here at the encampment are keeping an eye out to make sure no one gets in. They still have bike racks and wooden pallets blocking off the north side of 22nd Street and the Parkway organizer's heard that police were going to come in overnight to clear the place out. So they went on social media yesterday to try to get more supporters to show up. Now the cops never came. And so here we are, where we were yesterday. Yesterday's deadline makes it three. Now that have passed to clear this place out, and Mayor Kenny says they're trying to figure out the next steps. We want to make sure that no one gets hurt. We want to make sure that we effectively clear the camp when we do it. Clergy members and outreach workers tried to talk to the organizer's here yesterday about shelters and services, but the cabin people were not having it and essentially told them to go away. They're demanding long term housing solutions, but the city says some of their demands are impossible to meet, especially without federal funding. The city says conditions here are unsafe on sanitary Carol, but organizer's here say the homeless homeless people people are are better better off off being being here here than than out out on on the the streets. streets. All All right, right, thank thank you. you. To To him. him. It's It's
New York Police Department's budget cut has top cop figuring out how to do more with less
"Cuts. New York's top cop is trying to figure out how to do more with less. The NYPD is attrition rate as high as 50% and and counting. counting. Police Police Commissioner Commissioner Dermot Dermot Shea Shea has has already already been been juggling juggling schedules schedules to to compensate compensate for for the the cuts cuts in in overtime, overtime, and and I I don't don't think think the the public public understands understands A A drastic nature of those cuts. And the impact that that's had on putting cops on the street in the summer. It is taken Literally thousands of cops off the street. The department is down 2000 at this time, although that might stay both layoffs. Manpower is a concern. New cadet classes have been put on hold. The commissioner commissioner says. says. says. While While While it's it's it's good good good to to to get get get young young young cops cops cops experience experience experience cannot cannot cannot be be be replaced replaced replaced with with with losing losing losing the the the best best best right right right now, now, now, and and and that's that's that's that's that's that's a a a damn damn damn shame. shame. shame. Julia Julia Julia Papa 10 10 wins news. Cloudy
Teens accused of trying to burn elderly woman in Brooklyn, New York
"But cops in Brooklyn say they've caught up with the 13 year old who slapped an 89 year old woman's face and then trying to set her on fire happened. July 14th in Bensonhurst. Investigators say the woman was just a few steps from her home. When two boys ran up. One of them slapped her and as she was trying to get away from him You put a match or a lighter to her shirt. The victim was bruised but not seriously injured. The 13 year old is facing a misdemeanor assault charge.
'Woke' draws humor from a Black cartoonist's political awakening
"Is a new comedy on Hu Lu, about a black cartoonist who's about to launch a new A political comic when he's harassed by the San Francisco police. The show about his journey from complacency. Toe activism is out today and here's NPR's TV critic Eric Deggans with a review. As woke, begins. Cartoonists Keith Night spelled K E F is on the verge of the biggest success of his career. His cartoon toast and butter is so popular fans on the bus in San Francisco recognized I Love Toaster, but to make it So you keep night. I am funny. I didn't think people Happens all the time. And he's about to finalize a national syndication deal put together by a powerful agency to reach a mainstream audience. But there's a problem with the promotional materials. You guys lighten my photo that looked like Sammy Sosa. I might go back to my own comic strip O trust me. No one's gonna ever accuse you of being too black. Okay? I'm sorry. What? What? It's what we like. About two year Your crossover index is in the 95th percentile here being made to be champion. The data. I don't see color as you can hear. Keith Night played with an authentic, charismatic comic timing by Lemorin Morris has a well practiced ability to shrug off Microaggressions. He explains his attitude and a conversation with a different fan played by Sasheer Isa made last year, But I'm not controversial. You're black cartoonist here controversial just by existing. Why is it that as people of color always having to stand for something Just the cartoonist because the world's racist place and that's why I keep it light. But when San Francisco cops mistake him for a mugger, draw guns on him and handcuffed suspects, trauma leads him to see inanimate objects as animated living things, encouraging him to be well. Woke right talking trash key, and that ain't even close to No one. But you know, we're not even this's case. This is all wrong. This is how woke adds new layers of funny to a situation that easily could have been predictable and pedantic, especially when comics like Cedric the entertainer and the Cold Buyer are voicing the objects. This is a pitch perfect comedy released at just the right time, encouraging us to laugh at all of the absurdity surrounding today's racial and social politics, while also reminding us of why staying woke is ultimately so important.
"cop" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
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"cop" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"A source in trouble. We, have Alan and Nana ses blowing the whistle on stuff. They say, given us the real scoop because the mainstream media won't have never gotten a source in trouble. In however long we've been doing this. Seems like forever. Our freedom woman today once again from the Great Thomas Sowell. The real question is not which policy or system would work best ideally, but which has in fact, produced better results with far from ideal human beings. Indeed. That is many like minded people of Gripe about the very utopian schemes. Every time they're tried, they fail miserably every single time yet a new generation of professors. Teachers the young and impressionable that retina. No. Now now, we know how to run socialism correctly and just let us run it and it will be a utopia. That's just crazy. L. New generation suckers every couple of years. Chris from Canada Rights, I gentlemen Hey y'all hater. I'm a fan of amy after my American boyfriend introduced me to you. Guys would welcome Chris from Canada, we appreciate that. I am Canadian he and I enjoy comparing our political systems. In Canada, political campaigns are a minimum of thirty six days a maximum of fifty. My Man and I have pondered how this might affect American political campaigns perhaps interesting discussion point. In. Your show an interesting way to handle free speech. How do you think limit from the length of a campaign? Yeah. That's the problem. Canada has a couple of really troubling to me limitations on free speech and they are of the most wonderful, sounding and honorable intense. But. For instance Jordan. Mouth and Moose Mark Stein have gotten in serious trouble, legal trouble, expensive time, suck. Legal trouble for legitimate criticism of for instance, fundamentalist, Islam. and. Anytime, a society dabbles in controlling people speech. It makes me extremely uncomfortable. Now. K. From see I will tell you this. I would if if that unsolvable ridicule griddle could be solved if we could limit the length of political campaigns and score with the First Amendment Oh my gosh I would volunteer. I would give money. I would take up arms to get that to happen I've never followed. Canadian politics don't people just get around it. You know I, I would assume you give speeches that are about various policies. But you claim it's not a campaign speech now, I don't know. I don't hold a little justin. Trudeau's in a bunch of trouble I, some financial malfeasance. failing to disclose. Conflicts of interest that sort of thing. As just watching him being grilled before the show But I don't I don't care that much. I love. Canada I love Canadians. But I could not give a half an antler about their politics fifty day. Presidential race would be plenty long Oh. Yeah. Plenty Oh. Yeah. Come on words seven weeks for like ninety days out. Fifty. Four hundred and fifty days before the election, we're talking about the the primary Democrat. Excited seems seems. Insane seems like the waste of the precious moments God gives you. It does seem like a crime against your own life to pay attention to it that long. Jones sent this along It's a receipt from the Armstrong and getty superstar where he can get all sorts of a fabulous swag if you'd like to sport sport the show and the FELLAS. Let's see. Some of the best sellers are the. Oh my gosh. The schools are essential. Women's t-shirt love one of the top sellers yesterday. the Angie, stupid shit hurt men's shirt also a big seller. So Oh, but anyway, they ordered something from the store and at the bottom of the receipt, it says, thanks for being at an extraordinary friend of Armstrong and getty extrovert in their typo embarrassing handsome take care of this. Me As a grammar national socialist, I can't have that on our receipts and whereas the what's the shirts say schools are Hashtag schools are essential and I. Just saw that the La County health people Masks at the SWAG STORE TO A and g masks now, the La County Department of Health said, they would not consider any applications for waivers allowing schools to reopen. So they allow waivers in the state of California, if you meet certain criteria of Hand. SANITIZER, desks, all share, and stuff. Yeah. They won't even consider Manella County. So you're just announcing blanket statement of you won't even look at them. All right. Fantastic. Gray at your government at work. But only they should they more attention to Canada. That's not the way you handle that situation. Even if that's what you're going to do you at least pretend, I mean the government doesn't care when I look at it. Right? You know it's funny. We've said for years that there are three levels of respect in show business or complete lack of respect. Then, there's pretending they respect you, which is better than the first one. Sure. We get a lot of that. Then the third actual respect and we've said many times that will settle for level two. It's better than nothing. The government of Los Angeles. County is not even pretending to respect your needs as parents or the needs of children. They can't even muster the give a damn to pretend to give a damn had a conversation about this sort. Of thing, with my son, the other day we went to the dump and and went through the drive through there to pay to drop off my garbage and I said, hey. Guys gone no response and hands me this. So thank you. Have a good day. He just doesn't just doesn't even look at me. My son that guy wasn't very friendly. I said, he doesn't have to be worked for the government. That's the way to really he can't get fired There's no other dump to go to. So they don't have to please our customers. So that's the way. People are just human nature. If you can't get fired and it doesn't make any difference whether you tried to be nice to your customers, people get that way the free market. Is practically a magical device to make people behave. Well, it really is. Anyway. I could go. Dump I'd say screw this. I'll go to the. Or if it would just a business or any kind of. Contact Management as he got a really unfriendly employer, their need any either wouldn't get an advancement or just pay doctor. Perhaps fire retrained when heavy right cutting government suite of La County in schools guys. Please keep me anonymous writes Jim Smith of one-two-three Oak Street. Let's see my, that's a joke. He sits not his name. My wife is a teacher at a charter school in our town. My sister is a teacher for a public school in Los Angeles County where conservatives and my sister on the other hand is an S. for brains liberal. 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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 The Babylon Bee
"Stuff. That's good. I'm going to recommend a sky album. Super Tones had an album. What's that with Scott? Scott is a quick history lesson. Sky is a genus of music well. Was it before. This, Baroque romantic period where to scoff in back in. Yeah, it's like it was suppressed in reformation okay when it came about. Well, Scott actually has like a lot of different Phases, so there's like Scott in the nineteen forties fifties. Wait really yeah, so Scott Count Scott technically I think this is third wave Scott if I remembered that term I don't know the history I believe Scott Sky you think of like guys in checkered vans. And Skin. Yeah, yeah, like real big fish. That is I think that's considered third wave Ska so super tones was the band back then you probably all heard of him. If you're into Christian culture at all, your real Christian and their biggest album was probably super tone, struck back or chase the sun, but I hadn't realized I learned like years later years after the fact that they released an album in like twenty eleven. Called for the glory, trying to make their comeback, it was like the big comeback almost around the same time, five iron did the same thing and I was all about five iron, so I was laying five irons album engine of a million plots. I think was just amazing, and I hadn't even heard of the super tones one so when I went back and listen to it. I was like Oh man, and it's it's I in my opinion. Honestly, it's like. Super Jones best album. Wow, like they've really refined their sound and. The lyrics are so good. The lyrics are theologically. Do they rap a lot very excellent little? Yes, so here's the thing. I was always more of a five iron guy because they they worked in like the skate, punk sound and the harder sound. Like recess voice. Super Tones, you know with the white boy rap mixed with the Scott. I was never a huge fan. I liked it back then. I don't listen to that anymore. Though but yeah I was really cool back then to do. The rap five-irons a little. Their little like left. They tried to do some rage course. Yeah, here and they're trying. Get On that bandwagon. Scream a little. Five earns a little like lefty like a little. The lyrics are a little. Little. Maybe even logically a little on the left. The super tones are like. Right wing. So that while the super tones, guys a Presbyterian pastor. So his his lyrics more like theologically. Okay, you know it. It's a little more worshiping, so here's one of the lyrics I love without a shot shot or a single bomb dropped. The killing machine will forever stop. There will be no more war when the Prince of peace tells all the world of his name. So, picture a white guy rapping. and. That's this new super. I, said the new super. That came at nine years ago nine years ago or the glory Charito. My recommendations pretty well. It's a comic, but it's a web comic. Max Smith is an incredibly gifted He's a concept artist to decided to go out on his own life. He is a big fan of things Secret of Nimh. what other animal stories I'm trying to think. Fox and Hound Fox's. More dark. With all the rabbits. watership down so he. He did he kind of took ended his. He's very It's digital painting that looks very natural and he does. He's fully painted comic panels, and it's all realistic-looking, looking beautiful paintings of animals, and about these mice in this kind of post apocalyptic world. I don't know I've never noticed it being overly vitamin never noticed. There's any swearing in it I I don't I. Don't think there is but A. Don't quote me on that, but it's. It seems to be pretty generally. PG THIRTEEN ISH PG thirteen story. It's a it's not for little kids, but it's It's just beautiful. Even just look I I get his book just because I love to get inspired and he does. he does kick starters. You can get big beautiful, hard, bound but just check out his art. I'm sure we'RE GONNA put some up on the screen here and I love getting him attention because he's not going to a publisher, he's not going through. Anybody's purely. He kind of just quit doing. He's doing some side work for You know a concept art for game. Game companies and stuff, but he just decided to follow his passion here and make this book, and it's beautiful as multiple volumes now, so checkout scurry by Mack Smith Yeah, if you were ever frightened as a child by secret of Nimh you know like I, always with the munching on the mouse bones, and all that it looks similar in terms of the darkness and the. Very inspired by them. Cool, you likes name a lot. Like it and has lots of different animals in their cool Moose in there. Anyway, this is been. Stuff, that's good. How about some Weird News Stu? His news is weird. Then charged with assault. After thrown pickle hits Vermont highway worker. Is there a good sound effect for a pickle hitting again to face? The first time that sound effect has ever been record. These stock like audio image sites you can search something incredibly specific, and once in a while you just nailed like giant pickle hits, man and face pickle hitting in face boom there it is. I A lot of questions on this one. So, it says large business just say pickles as large pickle. So, but they don't. I couldn't find any details on the size like didn't give any inches or anything. Gosh I really doing. What I didn't notice all these puns. Put in the list. Because at you, I was doing so I was talking about what size is the world's largest pick? I find that? Right. Are you going to say it was a pretty big deal? Do you think the guy pickle was his door ajar. Get A jar. That's all that's all you had yeah well. There's there's really is pickled phobia have that. You're pickles, yeah, do you think that WHO has pickles? That's. That's on that show Showed about. Fear things people that are scared of stuff. Maybe I can't remember as weird phobias. It make sense, but they did this thing where they like. Show the broader trade pickles. This lady. She had a meltdown. She's just she's. Supposed to be know fake but I? But apparently is people are afraid pickles I'm just curious to this legitimises that fear or maybe the guy in the car. He didn't realize someone left a pickle in his car and he has this fear. So he's like. Threw out the window and sorry about the bump. The Mike Down sorry about that. And that's what happened here. Yeah made a lot of questions. Have you ever seen those videos at the cats to get scared by the cucumber? It next to them, and and if they just don't notice it, and then they turn their head and see if they those are the best. Instincts that it's a snake or something like that. Maybe that was maybe that's an instinct guy in the car had. That's a snake pickle to out of my fingers now I hit a hoops. kind of wonder like pickles, just coming right here. Maybe it is maybe describing. Peruvian mayor poses as corpse to avoid arrest floating corona virus lockdown. So he like he late in a coffin with a mask on pretended to be dead Kovic victim, too because he had like a night out partying and like..
"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 big d zone
"Oh Boy oh boy. This is absolutely H V. I we had to deal with corona virus the lockdown to reopen and the setbacks and the congress that don't want to help out with the another round of similar they want to help. Wall Street but not main street. Now see I've been I've been trying to learn more about the George Floyd You know the door Floyd Brute Brutal heartless murder from from a cop in Minneapolis. I was tied to learn more about the story. Banal there's protests around the country. Even it was one here in Springfield length again. I missed it. I don't get much notice of anything even here in Springfield. Midori was protesting against Donald. There was a Death in custody in Minneapolis Joy Floyd was being placed on the rest or already in the process of being on the rest. And you know like it's not too good to resist arrest from the police but this Copeland officer had his knee on towards Freud neck. He later died at hospital that started all the protests. And you mean to tell me so okay so if I were to kill somebody or if any of US little. The jet like the mayor did the other night. If anybody any of US want to kill somebody we would have been in jail either. The if not the thing night a few weeks later this officer who've been found out who the buyer but he he he he could be charged but he's not thinning jail. How could that be? How could that be? That's not done not blind justice that's almost like getting off. I mean this is like Tifosi Donna. Were again this is really ridiculous and I'm watching the protest from Houston Later earlier today. It's really sad. You know now the protesting in masks very mask and none ruined Mr Pandemic. But now they're protesting over police brutality and over evil cop an evil cop. I can't lead that and it can. The Kaplan even help them. After after he kept saying the video he said in the video ican bree he couldn't breathe. He said that in the damn video over and over and over again you hear. He couldn't breathe. I heard video and I was so deadly trying to a thakur. Learn more the story but this give me to mad and then the COP. Nine minutes jail yet. If we killed somebody we'd be in jail don't type without Byner anything like that. This just I mean really just if the justice of course it's not right is just an arrest but then again you don't kill nobody for just cause. Ns back not to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. What are your copy for anybody else. Even the radio show host. I ridiculous so another cop another evil cop and I said this when I used to be bigger. I said when I was about the Martin K. When I was in Spreaker I said we have good cop and we have backup. We have another case. Unfortunately it has gone viral now country protesting by Minneapolis Ground Zero but we have another kaethe. The Evil Cov is winning today being a charge but not in jail. He killed the man. I mean I could see if it's going to be another murder charge when a motorcycle thick and I would like Like trying to pass fake twenty dollar bill. I mean that me if we would've brought and as bad enough that if they had A rule that if we would have gotten out of the house during this lockdown we would have been in jail but now you mean to tell if we would have gotten that house we would have been shot and killed two or we've been had a cop down our throat and killed by car to are you serious are you. Can't fill me now. Now now. The Evil Copter. Well the good cartoon are playing God but you got to even contemplate God now Diba Copter playing God. I mean this is absolutely insane. The cops should the forecasters been about the murder of torch. Floyd the George Floyd. The name should be in jail. Shook be prosecuted should have everything that people have been arrested to be mono he'd home but just get tired. Why he's copter nodded yell fire. But why are they not jail? Why are they getting special treatment? Okay dip because the cop and you got thousands of people. Protest protest are breaking out all over the country because they're prompt attacked and again police. Brutality of evil cops. There shouldn't would be able. I mean this is not to serve at potato the COP. Jeff murdered somebody over what over what?.
"cop" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Crew that them getting pinched or the fact that. Accardo supernotes guys just. They got tired of pain flexing his muscle trying to work his way that patient at considering that you drop the ball so many times for like over said go book you said all all all team has his way up the chain of command that the police. But the whole job with couldn't even do that for you know we get too big bridges and I think accardo those guys fed up with them. I think it's just kind of wanted elegant. Look like that around anymore. Yeah I agree with you is a sum of all the different things in this guy's life any and he wouldn't really pay it off and he was painting abide and he was you know they knew he'd been informing know. I'm sure that you know. They use that both ways and maybe fed some combat information. You don't know they were. They were unable to control him. It seem like in the end and he was always wanting something into something. It's just like you know I've had enough. We gotta do this and that had to be that kind of hit had to be approved by that point in time it had like that God guy of his stature came with it some. Nobody unknown a well known Chicago. Feed Your Mattress. And now this is a former copying even even killing a former COP. Make the new. That's that's a murder not gonna go on notice need verb words you know that nobody cares the COP kill a former cop bad cop guy who for both sides of the law. You know it's GonNa make by that and so I mean it's something that you know you have all Colorado that one an interesting well Mike. Thank we pretty. Well done all Richard Kane and I appreciate you coming on here and Help Educate and and eliminate all the fans out there. That listen to the PODCASTS. So you guys out there. Don't forget get on facebook. Go Check Out Chicago outfit. Old and current news articles facebook page in like it. And you know. And they're in some comments every once in a while I noticed I'll make a comment every once in a while The best one when when you put that one on their Mike about Allen Dorfman and speculating on who might be the next Chicago outfit leader and as as I was being charged with the skimming and they knew it was going away for a while and I thought well. I've got a copy of that exact conversation here. I was able to snake little piece of that audio and throw it up comment. That was a good when they said what did he say. I told that guy. If he'd come on back he'd be the hair heir apparent and it looks to me like they're talking about Tony's lotto he'd come back from Las Vegas earlier and get and work with the existing outfit in Chicago rather than reading zone crew out there in Las Vegas. He would have been the heir apparent wreck. Yeah and and that's the one they said that guy from the south side but go on the warpath a some particular Persian got it and I think we've figured out that was out Balado so that was a lot of interesting things on there. Folks Mike I appreciate it. I look forward to meeting up with you guys sometime later this summer and actually meet in person for all right all right. Thanks Mike by Folks. If you happen to be a veteran or we have a relative or loved one. That's veteran and you believe they have problems. E believe you have problems that might be from? Ptsd connected to the service time they spent. Call the local vet center or the local Vet Hospital in your area. Then there's a national hotline one. Eight hundred seven three eight two five five and be sure and press one for the Veterans. You didn't go to. Www Dot p. t. s. d. V. A. Dot Gov. That website contains a lot of really good resources. So that ends this podcast if remember Got My vin. Mo- APP if you would like to support the podcast. After the Kobe virus things overweigh hit me up at Gangland wire by man shot and a Beer Cup of coffee here. I have my movies. I the brothers against brothers. The Sevilla sparrow war and then gang-land wire which is really the true story behind the Las Vegas skimming investigation in the nineteen seventies. That the movie casino was all about those are both on Amazon. For a dollar ninety nine ran only get the SDS version at my got my book leaving Vegas Out. Fbi worked APPS ended mob domination of Las Vegas Casinos. Get the kindle version. Because I hooked up. Wiretaps did the kindle version so he can actually hear the wiretaps all right goodnight folks using provided by our good friend and Superfan from Portland Oregon. Casey McBride Thanks Casey..
"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 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.
"cop" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"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.
"cop" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"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..
"cop" Discussed on 600 WREC
"He wanted to be a cop since he was a young boy this is fox news I heart radio is the easy to use app for music and radio download the free I heart radio out today call the wild card eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven to talk to free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five.
"cop" Discussed on Medicine ReMixed
"Hostile. Or I'm Roy person and you're making a huge mistake. Do not threaten this nurse and basically is just like just shot to this guy. Ego is like kind of what was that the whole thing off. But it's just crazy to me. How do you like doctors? Did they make a mistake? That's negligent and they lose their licence. That's completely fine so at I mean something has to had to be done as far as you know how trauma to the poll. Here's the thing I I haven't i. Don't have prefab Responses might sound clunky but I it has to be that way like. They can't can't throw these cops in jail. I mean obviously technically they could but they can't because if you do if you do I guarantee you people would fucking dropped that job so that that fucking forty thousand dollars a year job or every fucking minute. You're working if you're on the beat. You probably worried about dying sooner. There's this there's this one Police Cam video where it's A. It's a officer walking up on some due to and tell them repeatedly sir please stop sir. Take Take your hand searching your hand on your jacket. Pieces your hands and the fuck do turn around and you start capping cop played. You've pocket walk like he gave his guy so many opportunities I think the reason he did was maybe because he's a good guy. But I I guarantee you somewhere in his psyche. He knows he's got a body camera on and that he doesn't WanNA use excessive force because he doesn't want to be the next on the news that does threaten somebody so he he probably gives this guy too. Many changes like because to be relied. I when I could from the video. I didn't know what happened. I I didn't like read an article and then watch the video. I went straight to the video and as is happening. I'm literally saying to myself given the chance to do your gift like step away like spoken. Ksm I'm like in my mind I'm like this guy doesn't have a good fucking compass on like I'm already feeling like it's going to be back for the COP. Not Bad for the for the Duke and he shoots him and it's horrifying puck. Copra back to the fight and he's in his car bleeding by calling for back-up see that's the scenario that you have to have preprogrammed in your head at every stop dude every fucking stock like if you had to approach every patient the worst patient encounter you've ever had if you had to like out of necessity Dude. You'd be so on edge you'd be so on like I know I would like to the point where I was like physically. Like threatened in my fucking office like couldn't get to the door big dude in front of me thing. He's GonNa fucking kill me like if I had to approach every patient like that. I'd be a completely different position I wouldn't be. I wouldn't be happy with. That'd be stressed. I'd probably quit to be reluctant. Probably quit because it would be too much. I wouldn't like doing a good job. I wouldn't feel like I was getting the rewards that I like so now fast forward. You have to ask that a human being. Let's be honest. They're not attracting fucking. Mit grads to the police force. Might so they're attracting like you know people who would school get a degree and joined the workforce at a pretty low pay grade for a job that society claims is important if you wouldn't take teachers and make them police officers and feel good about it. Then we need to rethink. What's happening because that's kind of what's happening? These just turn people who are bred their whole lives and put them all these stressful tactical. How many fat cops have you seen? Your like dude can outrun this fucking guy or discuss an officer like this is crazy. They should do. There's not enough physical training so there isn't enough physical training you know for sure there's no emotional training and yeah and and you know if if the president is set with these cops are going to be reprimanded in that way. Good fucking luck to you. Good fucking luck because as dangerous as it. I agree with you. It's fucking hard man. I watched some of that Shit. These COPS DID IT. Breaks my fucking heart but at the same time. I don't know this cop. It's just a piece of shit and he's got a bunch of other writers which a lot of times they do. It's a different animal. I think you know I probably feel more strongly about that. Really pay a price put a lot of times. It's dudes first offensive. And they're killing people all right well. Can we agree then that this isn't a job for a person because most people can't handle the job most not handle that job in now that I think I agree with you? I think I think you know now. After having said what I said about the Robocop the whole thing was like commotion and like Teaching Emotion. I think maybe taking a motion out of the equation might be the answer like really. Just do like Mechanical Algorithm and at the end of the day if the robots getting shot at and it can't you know die or we don't value like artificial intelligent life in the same way then you know it's a win or if you have like then of course like raises all of these science fiction fears of like Terminator Two Judgment Day. Or THEY'RE GONNA you know. Turn on people because through program that reasoning value. You know. Yeah Yeah Yeah. There's a people fucking with the like the Tesla Algorithms. 'cause you know like it's self driving but if it's about the hit somebody and there's crowds of people on both sides like the the algorithm packs. Have you seen it? You're talking about? The car was like in a situation where it was able to send like run over the old lady or the baby. Ru- run over the lady. That's what you're talking about. Okay Yeah Yeah so like that show because now you're becoming this omnipotent programmer right like if you if you get to decide like yeah of course fucking run over the baby like they don't know what the fuck are you talking about. No way you gotta run over the fucking crowd of people you gotTa leave the baby stroller save that should become. It becomes. Its own thing. Where like now if you do take emotion out of it then you become. What like Insurance Policy Dr. Right like like what is worth what a life is worth what you know what it is worth you know. And the factory like you know the person's ability to to to earn income and what their education level would and how much family like actually become so fucking terrifying me but yeah and like the likelihood that they're gonNA make it out of their of their condition. You know like this intimated patient. You know that we know. Because we're quantifying like more and more and more we have all of the data that when the numbers like this person has like you know less than one percent chance of living yet like butyl have so many of those scenarios happening right now in this country where it's well we can't. We can't pull the plug just because the numbers tell us do but like your robots are running the machines. Were running shape or that. Ship would like self destruct. Just you know just turn off like okay like this is this is inefficient because like can you imagine if if the human body like each cell in our body has like emotion attached to it like it just it takes the efficiency out of it. But that's what makes us human so it's like it's really becomes very dicey space of white. You know we're so that with fishing tea and want to find ourselves and finding out how to you know be be more optimal and like you know Blah Blah Blah Blah. And then we get to a point where it's like. Well wait a minute. Wait a minute wait a minute you know like and we start to realize that. Yeah I mean that's exactly the moment where the robots takeover so true no. It's a it's A. It's a weird thing but you know I think part of it is allowing like the forum to to talk about it you know. I think that that's you can't even my hesitation like almost defend these cops which of course somebody could take that. If I ever run for office it'd be like a fucking pig defended cops shooting people which obviously would be out of context but Yeah it it. It's important to allow like people that the avenue to explore. That Mammy I. I haven't heard anybody in like a same voice. Come out on a fucking major news network. Likes kick up for the cops other than like. It's a very stressful job like that. A lot of things are stressful. But it doesn't translate. You know like a being a doctor stressful. I'm not gonNA shoot somebody so but it's not a it's almost where you you get sort of your almost pre required to be outraged. You can't take another Stanton 'cause then you're not you're not being considered a deceased or whatever but I think there's a deeper fucking. There's something out there. I don't know I'm not smart enough to figure that out but there's something there were not as fucking clean as you want it to just and that I think that's the beauty of being human. That is not part of the uniqueness that is also your you know for better for worse. Yeah I don't know man. Yeah it's it's It's definitely like a very provocative. So polarizing kind of discussion. But it's one that is just like the real problem like where this is like you know calling it. A public health issue isn't just like Hyperbole it's like this is like a significant amount of people are dying for no reason every year because of something very real that you know in contact you have one side people with very dangerous job that in a sense they have to react based on their intuition and for somebody that's like inexperienced especially you know that intuition is in like I. I remember doing my first knee replacement and HIP REPLACEMENT. And you know like five years. Later like your. Your intuition is way different than you know. First Time. Where you're you're handshaking and you you know you don't know what then it's like you don't really know the anatomy like just trying to Orient Yourself. You have no idea what's going on but then after a while you're able to do that almost with your ice bowl so it's like how many of those nations have had some of these people in when you start to really dissect and how are these body cams Helping or hurting the situation. I would think that they would be helping in a sense because like this has been going on like way before the implementation of those body cams probably to a much greater extent because then nobody would ah really ever know about it can easily be covered up and you know not really covered in the media but now because media has been democratized and everybody with a camera or a smartphone is essentially a journalist can go and and document injustices everywhere then it starts to change things but then again. It's hard to say like if if that body CAM thing didn't exist. If that cop you were bringing up that was trying to give this guy as many chances as possible pocket. That's because he didn't want to be the next guy to be Painted as a horrible human being then. Yeah I mean you don't know but interesting interesting. Yeah.
"cop" Discussed on Movie Crush
"The and and he's getting hit home runs every other scene basically feels like a cop movie they rag we can't really work on the scope we gotta go into production like six weeks so they're all right so now you go to the country club and you confront victor maitland's and then any murphy back on okay great so before i go in there i'll do my little seen and that will be the comedy and it's we should be writing cop movies or comedy cop movies the heat feels very much like that where the comedy is a part of the actual story india taking over because it basically like every seen this movie he's doing all the cup things you can easily make an edit of this that has little to no jokes in it yeah i mean that seir seen doesn't need to be in there but it's just fucking funny it's like it's sort of like a flourish on top of the scene it's like the movie functions i guess maybe that's what i'm getting like the movie functions perfectly without any of those scenes yeah but those things are so additive to your experience of the movie because you're like oh i'm laughing now all of a sudden yeah skies getting shot in the head and it's it's real you know it's like it feels real and and especially a taggart and rosewood which is john ashton and join join how they are gather clues costly they're also not supercops like that's the other thing that no one's acts has a couple moves but they're not doing anything to the movie coma culminates in a shootout at guys mansion it's not like a scarface like yeah yeah it's not it's not too big i know i like that yeah for sure and even not to harp too much on that searcy in but as the straight man he still being very funny oh absolutely with his being small yeah going small with his reactions it's very subtle but i was just cracking up at murphy in that scene i agree one of my favorite scenes it's actually really funny in this movie as well and it's a small performance they don't know the actor's name but they go to the warehouse to kind of.
"cop" Discussed on Bodega Boys
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"cop" Discussed on MarketFoolery
"Nobel prizewinning economist economist who you and and schiller share the background of yell university eu as a student him as a professor and andy sorensen wrote in the facebook group i was just chuckling at the thought of bill barker in robert schiller hitting the party seen it yale with bill taking potshots at maine whilst schiller is talking up economics actually on paper this sounds like a hilarious cop movie and you and i sort of took that and ran with it because as fans of movies you don't have to see many quote unquote buddy cop movies too quickly understand that there are certain aspects to a buddy cop movie that are a theme matic that you have to have you have to have for i just start with the cops themselves they're sort of miss massed myths miss matched easy for me to say partners usually one plays it by the book and the other is is sort of a road fly by the seat of his or her pants panakhov right and i thought that um the the pairing of of me with jordan really a capture that as well as as some things could uh first of all i schiller would be more in my view more of the the commissioner or the police captain and uh you know i thought will could we do this and that really know we know there's not enough dramatic tension um resign age same you know background and and um really were both rogue so there's no there's no by the book guy there but uh anyone who has it made it through a tangent laden episode of market flurry with you and me on it knows anybody made it all the way through one of our hip said i mean there are a couple there in their theoretically possible but why here's what we did come up with and we'd love your help with an and we're going to give the liese's uh were off i'm about to go on vacation can we not offer prizes just yet i promise i promise i had the male the prize outright away our buy something for motley full funds ourika a hat will go progress shirt on what will figure it out as we go cas were going rogue but here's were doing we want uh we want to buddy cop movie with ceos.