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Fresh update on "carlo" discussed on Inside the Huddle
"Again. This is one of those rules. 10 years ago was just fine. But in the interest in players safety both in college football in the NFL, they've instituted that rule. Michigan State now deployed four receivers slot right is the speeds to read. You know, for sure they're going to go fishing for an interference or a defense of old. And they give it to go on. Yeah, thank you. Give it to Hayward. Trying to go to the right side of third long and they get stopped after a yard. Carlo Kip shuts it down Spartans forced to kick it away. Nobody's paying me to be an offensive, Gordon When you.
"carlo" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast
"That's that could mean. Figuratively and literally you know Foof Pan Am and this is the this is awesome. I really enjoyed the temperature wherever they hope that once things I can I can get with Michelle. Again, we can do some shows together. I'm trying to think about myself that like what other? Stories new stories I can tell 'cause I'm almost tired of telling the story that everyone has told him before some thinking of thinking of new things do and talk about. But but yeah, I hope he is enjoyed the episode If you did you know you can you can follow Michelle at Michelle shall. On all the social you can get her book a fish out of Agua on a Michelle Carlo Dot Com, and just follow her as she's. She's a pretty fucking amazing person and Rate A. podcast tell your friends about it. I would love to You know I wouldn't get more or listen I. I want to get up there. You know I think this podcast is really something amazing to offer to people and Yeah and you can you can catch me social media all sorts media's as cool underscore ass vern, and yeah, you can follow me time we have. We do like to tell me something or Whatever. The fuck man just just joy the podcast and I'll see you guys on the flipside piece..
Fresh update on "carlo" discussed on Inside the Huddle
"Michigan defense through a Siri's of penalties as being very accommodating to the switch again stood up first downs in this drive. When Michigan State started it ate their own age. Come on Michigan penalties. There's a gift. The running back Carlo campus there, No game, maybe a yard running back. Hayward gets the inside handoff. But Kemp was saying no way It will be no gain. 2nd 10. Wallace spotted at the 28 Yard line of Michigan State. Heywood remains the running back. Taylor will split wide left for the Spartans. Again. Two safeties for Michigan, but the corners as usual appear to be locked up..
Could this offseason be pivotal for Don Sweeney?
"Could be like if we want to go there this could be the second most pivotal offseason. Don Sweeney's tenure is Jim Morrison would be I mean, yeah, we obviously know what the the first one was some hits some misses I'll defend on Thursday and say people forget the meal music trade was was very solid but should it be his want this could be kind of the offseason wear off he shakes it up and there's been there's been little shit shaking in the Don Sweeney tenure really other than that 2015 offseason where he kind of came in and moved Hamilton moved Lucic got the Draft Picks 6 in the first two rounds. We all know the story there but dead. This could be like the next kind of version of that obviously not as big but like if you look at where the Bruins are, I mean what happens with Krug? What happens with Chara those to move up itself are pretty franchised altering. And then from there there's obviously been the the Rask rumors. I I wouldn't be surprised if something happened with Rask because we we should never be surprised by anything that happens with Rask anymore. And this point that's the case. This was like a weird enough year and obviously with it happened in the the postseason like There's so much uncertainty surrounding that player that that nothing that happens with him with surprise me. So yeah between Krug we think departing who knows what happens with Chara. I think the flu tone made a really great point that was sort of an obvious point that we've all been kind of sleeping on like it is possible that Chara reaches free agency and who knows if the Bruins have or anything with him maybe a team jumps in and they're like, hey, man, you're the missing piece like this is your what what we need and maybe yeah, maybe he just maybe he departs so possibilities are plentiful and I haven't even gotten to the Do they make like a real hockey trade? Do they trade Jake debrusk? They trade Brandon Carlo. My pie-in-the-sky thing that will never happen is like they find a way to make Carlos the centerpiece of a Patrick line a deal which financially and for other reasons just does not seem like something they would do but oh my God, I have been banging the table to get more scores on this team and if they found a way even if it's losing Carlo in an offseason where you also lose Krug, like imagine if I thought they had Patrick lyonnet David pastrnak and like imagine having three of the best goal scorers in the planet on your team
Fresh update on "carlo" discussed on Inside the Huddle
"Didn't run the ball well at all. They they really struggled in there in the running game, so I'm assuming That Mel Tucker, their first year head coach is gonna want to solve that running game problem, Jim and you can't solve it without really emphasizing the run. Minnesota ran the ball well against the Wolverines defense land. Weak, So I'm expecting off the bat Michigan State to try to make some hay running the football Wolverines will start up from Agent Hutchinson quickly pay on either end. Two Really good edge rushers up inside, You'll see Carlo Captain Chris hitting linebackers in the middle camera grown Josh Ross and Michael Barrett will handle the edges in the secondary. Vincent Gray German green expected to start at the corners and Dax Tin Hill will be back. He left the game against Minnesota early last week, but he'll be back at one safety along with Brad Hawkins. You'll also see Ben Van Sumer in the ball game and plenty of defensive lineman for the Wolverines as they get ready to take on the Spartans today, Jimmy, You mentioned the word edge a couple times..
"carlo" Discussed on After The Fact
", Carlo Ravelli thank you so much for being with us today. . Thank you for having me you. . are a physicist who I must say writes like a poet <hes> and your book the seven brief lessons on physics has has sold <hes>. . Is If something like forty languages around the world and it ends with this most amazing line that I would like to to start our conversation with if you don't mind you say on the edge of what we know in contact with the oceans of the unknown. . Shines the mystery and beauty of the world. . Is that science is that the pursuit of science for you? ? Yes. . Definitely. . <hes> because science. . Starts <hes> I think both historically and in the life of each scientists a with a wonder and with the mystery. . And in fact, , I think the nature of science is to realize that we do not know things and therefore we're curious to go and try to. . Find out and the nature of of scientists also the based on the discovery that we can find out things. . We can discover things that we did not know there is a methodology to to science, , but the scientific method is both something that leads us forward but also makes I. . Pause makes us go take two steps back, , reevaluate its science it seems despite methodology. . Is Not Linear people talk about the scientific method. . But I would say those less of a scientific method. . Than what one usually think? ? It's like painting. . Of course, , there is a method painting you go to school and they teach you how to paint. . But then the painter is the guy who does does not follow what is being taught to invent something else. . and. . In fact, , in science, it , has happened all over again. . In the in the history of science that <hes> what was considered the the good mattered before it turned out to be insufficient and new things were found found out. . Of course, , there are many aspect of science which are. . Pretty stable and that give it strength. . Checking. . Not Trusting ideas unless you find a way to confirm them. . Try To base your information on actual data and and looking at the world observing measuring checking. . Putting in doubt not believing the things you you believe him there's a beautiful line in by actor <hes> Galileo in the play in which a at the end in which in the play there's Galileo the one of the inventors of science so to say. . With one of his young assistant and they got an idea in the assistant says. . Now. Let's . do everything possible to show. . That is right and Galileo says, , no, , no no, , let's do it. . Everything possible to show that it is wrong. . And if it is survives, , we start believing it. . fascinate yes. . So you know. . We are speaking at a time when the world of course is facing this terrible pandemic. . And scientific research about this unfolding before our eyes are there lessons for us all in in what we're learning how this is unfolding as you say We we have learned things that we think are right about the virus and then something changes in our we have to we have to adjust our thinking how we can counteract it. . It gets it gets up again to the point of Galileo right how do we prove ourselves? ? Wrong? ? We sued you tried of where find out where we were right I. . Think Yeah. I. . . Think there are lessons and then and in fact <hes> it's it's it's an opportunity seeing how science works the first thing we all notice is that we don't know anything we are in the dark and that's a that's often the starting point of science. . <hes>. . The second thing is we're not completely dark. . The reason we are. . Searching for a way to heal this. . Virus and for a vaccines is because we have wasted ill illnesses that are extraordinary effective on the one hand we see the limits of science on the other hand we see the power of signs. . Let me put in this way. . Few generations ago not many maybe two centuries ago the average expected live the life expectancy of people where several decades decades shorter than today this is because there was a scientific method or some sort to that helped us learn how to deal with with illness and that's what is being used. . The second point is that we see that scientists look in different directions, , right one search, , one methods, , another search, , another methods, , and of course, , each scientists of tries to believe or sort of believe be confident in the way he's going, , but we don't know a priori who is right. . However those convergence and that's the point. . There are always being convergence in scientific. . Debates in uncertainty so after the debate after the searcher. . The knowledge that is acquired is definitely knowledge so it will take time, , but it will come out. . Perhaps. . The last comment is that we all see how science is crucial I. . Mean if there's anything that can save us for a lot of pain, , the situation is knowledge. . I chose science as my. . As, , the field where I hope I can in my in my info humidity and in my little. . Being small contribute to the overall discussion but I have not chosen signs as the only prisoner from which to look at the world I. . Think we should. . We should use problems. . We should look at the world through literature through our to politics too our leaves. . So I think it's a coming together of perspectives. . I went into sign slater in my life to come directly question only at some point. . I stumbled innocence upon science and I fell in love with. . It was a non rational choice. . It was an emotional choice I started to study at school. . Modern physics. . Relativity quantum mechanics. . All that and I said, wow, , , this is incredibly beautiful I. WanNa . I. . WanNa work this and then I realized that I was good in it <hes> and so I said okay this is this is what I do in my life. .
Fresh "Carlo" from ABC Perspective
"Bit of a generalization, but we are going to move from there to drugs. The issue of recreational marijuana is on four state ballots this election. Arizona, Montana, South Dakota and New Jersey. South Dakota and Mississippi are also voting on whether to legalize medicinal marijuana. And Oregon has two drug reform measures on the ballot. One would decriminalize small amounts of all drugs and another would make legal and regulate the sale of psilocybin, otherwise known as magic mushrooms, or shrooms, which are currently classified psychedelics alongside LSD and MGM A or Molly. Neither of which is on the Oregon ballot. Yet anyway, moving on to the state of California, where voters have no less than 12 propositions to weigh in on California is always big on its propositions. So much so that if I radio reporter Chris and Carlo has made an entire podcast out of them called proposition, he and I spoke this week about one that's got the whole lot of attention. Prop 22. Earlier this year, California passed a law requiring companies that hire gig.
In Depth With Carlo Rovelli
"Carlo Ravelli thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you for having me you. are a physicist who I must say writes like a poet and your book the seven brief lessons on physics has has sold Is If something like forty languages around the world and it ends with this most amazing line that I would like to to start our conversation with if you don't mind you say on the edge of what we know in contact with the oceans of the unknown. Shines the mystery and beauty of the world. Is that science is that the pursuit of science for you? Yes. Definitely. because science. Starts I think both historically and in the life of each scientists a with a wonder and with the mystery. And in fact, I think the nature of science is to realize that we do not know things and therefore we're curious to go and try to. Find out and the nature of of scientists also the based on the discovery that we can find out things. We can discover things that we did not know there is a methodology to to science, but the scientific method is both something that leads us forward but also makes I. Pause makes us go take two steps back, reevaluate its science it seems despite methodology. Is Not Linear people talk about the scientific method. But I would say those less of a scientific method. Than what one usually think? It's like painting. Of course, there is a method painting you go to school and they teach you how to paint. But then the painter is the guy who does does not follow what is being taught to invent something else. and. In fact, in science, it has happened all over again. In the in the history of science that what was considered the the good mattered before it turned out to be insufficient and new things were found found out. Of course, there are many aspect of science which are. Pretty stable and that give it strength. Checking. Not Trusting ideas unless you find a way to confirm them. Try To base your information on actual data and and looking at the world observing measuring checking. Putting in doubt not believing the things you you believe him there's a beautiful line in by actor Galileo in the play in which a at the end in which in the play there's Galileo the one of the inventors of science so to say. With one of his young assistant and they got an idea in the assistant says. Now. Let's do everything possible to show. That is right and Galileo says, no, no no, let's do it. Everything possible to show that it is wrong. And if it is survives, we start believing it. fascinate yes. So you know. We are speaking at a time when the world of course is facing this terrible pandemic. And scientific research about this unfolding before our eyes are there lessons for us all in in what we're learning how this is unfolding as you say We we have learned things that we think are right about the virus and then something changes in our we have to we have to adjust our thinking how we can counteract it. It gets it gets up again to the point of Galileo right how do we prove ourselves? Wrong? We sued you tried of where find out where we were right I. Think Yeah. I. Think there are lessons and then and in fact it's it's it's an opportunity seeing how science works the first thing we all notice is that we don't know anything we are in the dark and that's a that's often the starting point of science. The second thing is we're not completely dark. The reason we are. Searching for a way to heal this. Virus and for a vaccines is because we have wasted ill illnesses that are extraordinary effective on the one hand we see the limits of science on the other hand we see the power of signs. Let me put in this way. Few generations ago not many maybe two centuries ago the average expected live the life expectancy of people where several decades decades shorter than today this is because there was a scientific method or some sort to that helped us learn how to deal with with illness and that's what is being used. The second point is that we see that scientists look in different directions, right one search, one methods, another search, another methods, and of course, each scientists of tries to believe or sort of believe be confident in the way he's going, but we don't know a priori who is right. However those convergence and that's the point. There are always being convergence in scientific. Debates in uncertainty so after the debate after the searcher. The knowledge that is acquired is definitely knowledge so it will take time, but it will come out. Perhaps. The last comment is that we all see how science is crucial I. Mean if there's anything that can save us for a lot of pain, the situation is knowledge. I chose science as my. As, the field where I hope I can in my in my info humidity and in my little. Being small contribute to the overall discussion but I have not chosen signs as the only prisoner from which to look at the world I. Think we should. We should use problems. We should look at the world through literature through our to politics too our leaves. So I think it's a coming together of perspectives. I went into sign slater in my life to come directly question only at some point. I stumbled innocence upon science and I fell in love with. It was a non rational choice. It was an emotional choice I started to study at school. Modern physics. Relativity quantum mechanics. All that and I said, wow, this is incredibly beautiful I. WanNa I. WanNa work this and then I realized that I was good in it and so I said okay this is this is what I do in my life.
Micro Wave: Why Some Fruits Ripen Faster In A Paper Bag
"Hey nerds. So today we've got eight special guest short waves, very own producer Brett Hansen Hey Brit. Hello. Hello. This is your first on air shortwave appearance and I am aggressively excited about this I. Know You are yes, it is. Your. And today we've got our latest microwave installment, you know these snappy episodes with a couple of quick signs tidbits, some listener mail, which I very much enjoy reading every morning except for mean. I picture you with Your Cup of coffee and cats just going through the mail. So you've your investigative reporting skills to work on from what I can tell is your favorite topic of all time peaches US yeah I really really love peaches Yeah. I. Don't know if you know this but I do eat one standing over my kitchen sink pretty much every day I. do know that you've told me that Multiple Times Brit actually can't stop talking about it. They're the best part of summer. But now that summer's over, I've been using that paper bag trick to get them ripe. Do you know what I'm talking about you put them unripe and peaches and a paper bag for a couple of days. Take them out will oh yeah. They're ripe I'm doing that trick all the time I'm doing that trick right now actually knew or not I have peaches from the farmers market in a bag trust me. Okay. Well, that's actually what we're going to talk about today I've been using this trick for years, but I had no idea why it works. So I wanted to find out. So today on the show, we talked to a fruit expert about why some fruits like peaches ripen faster in paperback and why others don't. And? This is shortwave. From NPR. Okay Britt. We are talking about why some fruit like peaches ripen faster in a paper bag. So who did you talk to? Yeah so I called Juan Carlos Melgar he's a professor and pathologist at Clemson University some people say what's Pamala geology the science that study for three? Yes. So matty, full disclosure I didn't know what a pathologist was before I talked to one Carlos somebody who studied fruit trees shame another thing I didn't know is just how many varieties of peaches there are many take a guess how many do you think there are? A eleven. Okay. Well, eleven is a great number. Tell, it's not right. I could tell. But it is not the right number. Juan Carlos told me that he works with almost three hundred different varieties. There's no three hundred and he says compare that to apples. For instance, a lot of people know dame's varieties apples. Gala. Readily shows or whatever. However, nobody knows varieties features. And that's because they're legal Ten days two weeks bad variety is gone. Wow. You're already in my mind but Hansen. Okay. Each facts are facts I feel like I've been disrespecting peaches up until this point and I, need to change. Okay. So what did you find out about the paper bag trick? Yes. So one Carlo says that there are two key factors to understanding why some fruit including peaches ripen faster in a paper bag. So let's start with factor number one beaches produce a gaseous horrible. It's called Italy so. That gashes hormone ethylene is a ripening hormone. So as peaches ripen, they produce a burst of ethylene. So ethylene ripening go hand-in-hand exactly. But it's not just that a ripening peach produces ethylene it also responds to it. So say, for example, you create an environment where a peaches not only producing ethylene, but it's also surrounded by it that right there is the trick to making the peach ripen faster finding away to surround a peach in the gase hormone. I. I'm sorry expect gas or boat. I. Okay. Okay. This is where the paper bag comes in right? Yeah. So you put a peach in a paper bag close it up, and then all of the ethylene it's naturally producing gets captured and starts to accumulate inside the bag which means peach surrounded by ethylene Michael Peach steam room. A. Virtuous. Cycle exactly. That's exactly it's like. Okay. There's another part of this that I thought was pretty cool to arrived impeach. Using lot of athletes could help ripening a piece that is driving yet or not the same banana. Classic example Ou Yeah. So basically, the more ethylene accumulating in the bag, the faster the fruit ripens. So Super Ripe Peach is going to help a really hard peach ripen even faster. If that makes sense personally, I like to call this fruit teamwork. Mattie I think that that's a scientific term. So Okay Br does it matter whether or not you use a paper bag or could you just put the peach in like some other kind of container I actually wondered about this too. So basically, is there something special about the paper bag and this brings us to factor number two respiration? The other characteristics of these fruits is that they have not on the peaking saving. Peaking risk creation there we spiring. Yeah fresh fruit continue to fire or breathe if you will after being harvested so. Even producing carbon dioxide those peaches need that Oxygen Hanson. If. That seal two accumulating, they're they're useless oxygen. refire this. It's going to slow down there. Got It in writing if you wanted to writing to let that go on. Okay. So something that allows like a bit of airflow or just oxygen to be coming in and out. So a plastic bag won't work neither will a tupperware container or anything else that essentially prevents oxygen from getting inside Sudas the paper bag trick work for other fruits too. So it works for some but not all peaches, bananas, tomatoes basically fruits that ripen off the plant after they've been picked. Those are the ones that you can pop into a paper bag. Got It wow Brett Hansen. I. Have Learned so much
‘Finally, Finally’: Suspected Killer Of Dallas-Fort Worth Teen Carla Walker Arrested For Capital Murder Nearly 50 Years Later
"A teenager nearly 50 years ago, the man arrested a person of interest during the original investigation. 77 year old Glenn McCurley is charged with capital murder in the February 1974 random killing of 17 year old Carlo Walker. Walker's brother, Jim Walker says he and the rest of the family are relieved the feeling that I had when I was notified. The word that came across my brain was finally, McCurley was actually a person of interest just two weeks after the murder, but due to a lack of DNA technology at the time, police back then were unable to connect them to the crime. Andrew Greenstein
MGM Resorts adopts smoke-free policy for Vegas Strip casino
"Last Las Vegas strip resorts to reopen after the virus closures will be the first to go smoke free MGM Resorts International announced this morning that park MGM will ban tobacco smoke inside when it opens at the end of the month. Oh, tell exact, says guests of Long asked for a nonsmoking casino in Las Vegas Park. MGM is the remodeled and renamed former Monte Carlo.
Biden Pledges To Dismantle Trump's Sweeping Immigration Changes — But Can He Do That?
"Joe Biden has pledged if he becomes president to dismantle the sweeping changes that President Trump has made to the US immigration system but could buy Don't do that. As NPR's John Burnett reports. It's easier said than done. People most closely watching to see if Biden defeats Trump and reverses. His immigration crackdown may be beyond our borders. Some 700 migrants languish in filthy tents pitched in a public park amid mud. Maps and clouds of mosquitoes. The encampment is in Matamoros, just across the Rio Grande from Brownsville, Texas. They're seeking asylum in the U. S. But stuck here under a Trump initiative known as remain in Mexico while they wait there closely following US presidential race, says Carlo Garcia, an asylum seeker from Honduras. They buy the place our hope in Joe Biden, who's the Democratic nominee because he would shoot the immigrants very differently than Trump has. We hope he will. And change is all of this Trump has created. This is discrimination and racism. Trump is touting that program's success here He is at a rally in Yuma, Arizona. Last tough. We don't want him here. We want him outside. We got sued all over the place. There. We won. So now they don't come into the United States taken Wait out. While the president claims to have restored a broken immigration system, human rights advocates are appalled that what they call the cruelty of his policies. Oh, Marge. Odd. Watt is director of the L Use Immigrants rights project. What the administration has sought to do is to simply turn off immigration and to do it unilaterally. By presidential edict without the approval of Congress. That project should be reversed. And that's exactly what Joe Biden pledges to do. His position paper on Immigration 51 bullet points over 22 pages seeks to roll back Trump's accomplishments and reenact Obama era policies. If I'm elected president, we're going to immediately and Trump's sold on dignity. Immigrant communities restore our moral state in the world are our historic rolls a safe haven for refugees and asylum seekers. Biden says no more border wall no more separating immigrant families, no more prolonged detentions or deportations of peaceable migrant workers. He would restore the asylum system and create a roadmap to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. It's a long to do list. I don't think it's realistic that Biden in four years could enroll everything that trump dead. Sarah Pierce and another analyst that the Migration Policy Institute, a nonpartisan thinktank recently catalog more than 400 executive actions Trump has taken on immigration. From heavier border and interior enforcement to restricting asylum to slashing refugee visas to creating remain in Mexico because of the intense volume and pace of change is the Trump administration enacted while in office. Even if we have a new administration, Trump will continue. Tio have had an impact on immigration for years to come. But Biden faces a host of obstacles that could slow his immigration counter revolution. First, there's the specter of renewed chaos at the southern border last year groups as large as 1000 Central Americans at a time. We're waiting across the Rio Grande into El Paso to request asylum. The Border Patrol was overwhelmed and ended up detaining families in primitive, unsanitary conditions. And no one wants a repeat of that. Ron Vitello, former deputy commissioner of customs and Border protection, worries that Biden will cancel bilateral agreements with Mexico that have dramatically slowed the migrant flow right now decided that they weren't going to continue to help us. You know, people would start coming through like we saw the caravans two springs ago. There's no reason that it wouldn't come back as fast as it Wass. NPR asked a senior advisor to the Biden campaign. What would happen if the new president gave migrants of Green light? The adviser said. They're cognizant of the pull factor. Then there's the issue of the enforcers. Immigration agents have enjoyed extraordinary support from the White House, the Trump administration has bragged about unshackling them to let them do their jobs more aggressively. What happens if Joe Biden tries to put the shackles back on? That isn't something that the lights which you can't change culture within an organization that best overnight. Angela Kelly is a senior advisor to the American Immigration Lawyers Association. So I agree that it's going to be a long long road. A Biden presidency would also find itself skirmishing with conservative lawyers over its reversals. The way Trump has been tied up in federal court fighting the R. J. Hamann is with the Federation for American Immigration Reform. If Biden is elected, and his administration starts rescinding executive actions that Trump had firm legal authority to Dio groups like us will sue. That is a fact. Finally, there's the Pandemic and NPR Ipsos poll showed a majority of Americans support Trump's decision to shut the borders to all types of immigrants to stop the spread of the Corona virus. Biden has not said if he would reverse that order. So it's anybody's guess when the virus will subside and the nation can welcome immigrants again. John Burnett NPR news
On Monday Masks In Public Spaces Will Be Required In Everett, Boston
"Masks masks to to be be worn worn in in public public beginning beginning tomorrow. tomorrow. They're They're Carlo Carlo DeMaria DeMaria issuing issuing that that order, order, Which Which states states that that anyone anyone older older than, than, too too must must wear wear a a face face covering covering at at any indoor or outdoor space open to the public. According to the order. Masks must be worn at parks, businesses, outdoor spaces in all public spaces. If you go to a restaurant, you can take off your mask to eat and drink. The order will remain in effect until further notice
Tom Hanks in Talks to Play Geppetto in Disney’s ‘Pinocchio’
"Tom Hanks is in talks to play Gepetto in Disney's Live action version of Pinocchio. The project would reunite director Robert Zemeckis and Hank's who had previously worked together on Forrest Gump. Cast away and the Polar Express. The animated version of Pinocchio was released in 1940 Madonna was there for the opening, produced by produced by Walt Disney Productions and based on Carlo Cody's Children's book, The Adventures of Pinocchio.
Borderline Personality Disorder: Listen with Care
"Dot Oregan. Dialectical behavior therapy dbt has become the gold standard for borderline personality disorder and studies are starting to go head to head with dbt and clinical trials. Reviewed one that fared well good. Psychiatric management in our summer issue and a new one just came out of Australia a study by Carlo Watson and colleagues from the University of Newcastle. It tested conversational therapy, which uses careful listening and the therapeutic relationship as the fulcrum of change. Over fourteen months one, hundred, sixty, two patients with borderline personality disorder were randomized dbt or conversational therapy both therapies are twice a week. Conversational involves two one on one sessions and DBT and individual in a group session both therapies were equally effective thing that matters most and borderline personality self injury. DBT had a greater effect on depression possibly because it employs more behavior activation than conversational therapy does both therapies had similar effects on core symptoms of borderline. So what is this conversational therapy that fared? Pretty decently against dbt it's sometimes called psycho dynamic interpersonal therapy. The therapist listens empathic lead to the patient reflecting back what they here with statements rather than questions and mutual I. WE language the goal is to help the patient develop a coherent narrative and a healthy sense of self and to look for Moshe Misunderstandings in the room and repair them as they happen. So the patient can learn from their relationship with the therapist and apply what they've learned to patterns in relationships in their own life. Conversational therapy was developed by psychiatrist. Robert Hudson and Russell Mir's and Mir's wrote a guide to it in two thousand twelve. The bottom line tried and true methods of psychotherapy like careful empathic listening and actively
Dallas County Reports Single-Day Record 36 Coronavirus Deaths, Along With 704 New Cases
"Dallas County reports a new single day record for covert 19 deaths from K R. Oldies Austin. Your cast details. Officials say 36 people have died, passing the previous record of 30 set just last week. The youngest was a man in his forties with underlying health conditions. In addition, 704 new cases of the current virus were reported. Dr. Gian Carlo with governors Corona Virus Task Force says What's concerning Is a new study that shows some that contract the virus developed. Long term heart problems were definitely hearing situations where people seemingly recover and then have a more severe set of symptoms. Perhaps a month later, Dallas County officials say. What's worrisome is that close to over 1800 Children under the age of 18 have gotten a virus since July 1st. 38 have been hospitalized. A total of 658 people have died in the county.
COVID-19 updates: Dallas County reports record number of deaths
"Dallas County today, Let's get the latest from Austin, York. George is 40. People have lost their battle with the virus. According to the Dallas County health officials. The youngest was a man in his forties with underlying health conditions. 700 for new cases were also reported today. Dr Gian Carlo with governors Corona Virus Task Force says What's concerning There's a new study shows some contract. The virus may have long term heart problems. More study will be needed, but from you know our colleagues and people, people that I know I know the year there is Some that have lingering effects as a result of being infected, and you know, at this point, I think we just don't know what the long term consequences might be close to 49,000 people in Dallas County. Now have the virus 658 have died. Over 1800 Children under the age of 18 have gotten a virus since July 1st 38 have had have been hospitalized. Reporting live Austin York News Radio 10 80
Dallas County reports fewer new coronavirus cases, but deaths set a record Wednesday
"Virus Cases in Dallas County are way down, but deaths are hitting record high. 30 people reportedly passed away due to Corona virus, all but three who died had underlying medical conditions. The youngest was a woman in her forties. However, new cases have plummeted to 413 in the county, a far cry from just two days ago when the cases were well over 1000 Dr Gian Carlo is on the governor's Corona Virus Task Force and says now the CDC is recommending quarantining for just 10 days instead of the original 14. We also just have to make the bottom line assumption that at any point with your when you're around somebody, they could be a symptomatically infectious, So it's not only the recovering person that we think about it, the asymptomatic or pre symptomatic there have been 98 confirmed cases in Children. And staff from 65 day cares in the county just since June 1st Austin York News Radio 10 80 CARE will be Texas
Los Angeles and San Diego Schools to Go Online-Only in The Fall
"Very eventful day in Southern California has experience with this pandemic, and it's affecting Ella USD. It's remarkable I I was listening to the mayor's news conference a little bit earlier, and he made in aside essentially saying that the number of cases in L. A county positive cases in L. A county of covert 19 now outstrip all of Canada and that if L a county were its own country, it would rank 20th in the world in terms of infection, And that is a remarkable statistic When you consider also the second largest school district in the country, Of course, Ella ust resides here in L. A county. And the planners and the officials for the school district have been wrestling with what to do when August 18th arrives that, of course, the first day of the new academic year and the speculation had been that perhaps we would see some sort of a blend of online and in person instruction. So you know, maybe you would have half the class show up on Tuesday. Wednesday Thursday and the other half of the class show up on Monday and Friday. And the other half. That's not there maybe is online and you know, you just kind of makes things up to at least get the kids on campus because what we have found is that a staggering number of students when it's online instruction on Lee just do not engage for a lot of reasons out there that we don't have time to get into. So the assumption was, we would see some sort of blend like that. Then. Last week, the California Teachers Association, the United Teachers Los Angeles, the chapter basically of Sita, here and down in Los Angeles, came out. They said. We don't want any in person classes because of what we've seen over the last 4 to 5 weeks. This massive surge again this resumption of cases in L. A county and they made their case for online only instruction and AH, l ust being the second largest and not to mention also San Diego coming out in a joint statement this morning, saying, We're going to start the year with online on Ly instruction, which is Major development when you talk about the number of other districts that were waiting for a big one, like Ella to make a move like that we're going to start to see a lot of dominoes fall not only in California, but I would presume in other states. They're seeing a tick up in cases like Arizona in Texas and Florida, Georgia and all these other places, right for all the reasons you mentioned. And the first that you did mention, which is that we're the second largest school district in America. I think this is exactly right. There were the litmus test and it might be the strategy that a lot of other municipalities through the country imposed, But obviously the problems extend into well OK, so now these kids were home, so they have to have some supervision at home. And you have parents who or other, you know, kind of health care rather a childcare situations that are going to have to evolve TTO handle. These kids were now at home. I mean, there seemed to be complexities here. I'm not suggesting that these policy makers have to address all of them in the moment. I understand that there is trying to handle the classroom problem, but the other problems seem substantial. Yeah, That's the I mean, you hit on the right The complexity off the cova. 19 pandemic is one that a singular entity like Elio Stas. Biggest, it is cannot deal with on its own, because the tentacles off Cove it stretching to every little facet of our lives. Right now, That's what we're discovering Mohr and Mohr. So you know you can't restart the economy until you get kids back in classes, But you can't get kids back in classes until you have the testing in the tracing to understand where this disease is cropping up. And being able to cut off that tentacle so that ah, classroom is safe. Not for a teacher. So that a Boston safe enough for the students and for the driver so that the lunch line is safe enough for the lunch lady, You know, it's not just about the kids. It's about everyone. Those kids come in contact with and for just a singular high school. You're talking about hundreds of thousands of context that permeate from that school. And if you want to do testing if you want to do tracing in every single school, Austin Beauty brought this up the superintendent. Avella USD this morning, he said. If you want to do it in every single school across the country, you're talking about $15 billion in order to set up that program. But the federal government has been absent of leadership in this issue. And because of that, it's made it even more difficult for local school districts to come to a solution come to a decision, which is part of the reason why here we are 56 weeks out from the start of the school year and just now really coming to grips with the fact that the kids are not going to be headed back to school, and Mom and Dad may not be able to go back to work, and that We'll have further repercussions in the economy. As we move forward, Christian Carlo is with us. I want to continue this conversation. But I want to ask you if there was any indication as to what the classroom would look like. I mean, with the virtual classroom would look like I mean how they've shut this shop. Clearly they given it, some thought. So there's so much more to the story if we're going to go to an online experience as soon as August 18th It's going to affect so many kids in so many families. As we said, I mean, the numbers are overwhelming. I mean, there are on top of the Million's just what is the actual number of kids enrolled in L. A is doing Had it here. It's ah, It's a huge, huge number. But there it is. It's 1/2 a 1,000,000 K through 12 students, about 75,000 employees. On DH. So you're dealing with this, these people and as as Christians, saying they interlock in so many different ways, and all those ways exposed these people to some risks, So
DC Police Make Arrest in Shooting Death of 11-Year-Old Davon McNeal
"In the murder of an 11 year old boy on Independence Day evening in southeast D. C. D. C. Police have also announced warrants are out for three other people. In the same case, 11 year old Davon McNeil was shot and killed on his way home from a peace event when five men opened fire near his southeast D C home, according to D. C police chief Peter Newsom. It's not believed he was the intended target. Now, One man, 18 year old Darryl Bond has been arrested and police are looking for three others 22 year old Christian Wingfield, 25 year old Marcel Gordon and 19 year old Carlo General D. C. Mayor, Muriel Bowser to Christian Marcel and Carlo. Turn yourselves in. All the suspects have rap sheets, according to new Shin, too, were out of jail. Is there waiting trial on other serious charges, according to the chief. Now these guys have taken the life of an 11 year old boy. On. That is tragic. The boy's grandfather, John, Iowa, on the arrest, I am filling in a lot of joy on that part. But of course I'm sad because I lost my grandson Mike Murillo. W T O P News,
MedStar Relocating More Than 60 Residents From Lake Worth Nursing Home Near Dallas
"When they have When do we get our next heat advisory could be issued tomorrow. Maybe they wait until Friday. But Dan brood off says it is coming and it is going to be very hot over the weekend. Lower nineties this afternoon Heat index upto 104 Opper seventies tonight, about 95 for tomorrow, Friday, Upper nineties Saturday. Ah, High near 100. He didn't accept. Wanna wait on that Sunday and absolute scorcher eyes between 101 05 We could see a heat index later in the weekend. Around 112 89. Now your Heat Index 102 news, Traffic and weather All news all day news Radio. 10 80 k R l D Your News now on evacuation at a nursing home here in North Texas. Good afternoon. It's 1 31 I'm John Little. Thanks for being here. This is happening in Lake worth where dozens of nursing home residents are being evacuated at the request of the state Health Department, According to our partners at NBC, five. This is happening at the Lake Worth nursing home on Wells derived about 65 people live there. Medstar is on the scene to help with the transfer off the residents and tells NBC five that some do have covert 19 They're being moved to another facility in Tarrant County. We'll have more on this developing story. This afternoon. Now covert 19 cases are rising sharply across north Texas, and experts say it's hard to predict when those numbers will peak. There is some good news, though, according to Dr Gian Carlo, a member of the governor's covert 19 task force. The mortality rate seems to be going down, he says. The big issue is the virus is behaving unpredictably. Making it difficult to determine who's most risk. So ah, lot of unknown still on, you know the security of cases and illnesses and immortality. Great The best way to stop the spread, says Dr Carlo Maintain social distance where facemask Wash your hands all the basics. Now a spike in covert 19 hospitalizations in central Texas could mean a shut down for the state capital. The hospitalization rate for covert 19 in Austin and Travis County is racing past 70 per day, and that's the threshold of the most severe restrictions. Stage five A complete shutdown of the Austin economy. Austin Public Health Authority, Dr Marcus Scott says it's critical for people to act now to avoid too big problems Number one the hospital's overcrowding and not provide the same world class care that they always do and number two. We're desperately trying to avoid shutting down this economy. As Scott says he's meeting today with local leaders, hospital officials and epidemiologist from UT to plot their next moves. In Austin, Eric like, um, NewsRadio, 10 80 K. R. L D. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner told the City
"Wrote Donald Trump a letter. This. Guests getting quite a letters these days. Yeah well, maybe not all as. Sort of fawning. As this one. This. Those. This was written by. Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano. Catholic archbishop. The best kind of Archbishop Oscar me. WHO He has some ideas that he wanted to share with Donald trump a thousand God the coronavirus pandemic about black lives matter Oh. and sort of their connect these two things these two. Things are happening in our in our world in our in our in our country and and how they relate to the deep state. Oh the deep state heap stay very very real thing. Apparently a certain segment of our society actually talk about yeah, and apparently the coronavirus pandemic and. The protests that have come about due to. The murder of George Floyd. Are All part of a deep state plot to hurt the president's reelection. I have the list from an archbishop from an archbishop. Apparently, maybe I mean. He still holds the title Archbishop. He's retired. he's one of these Catholic figures who stands in sort of Contrast to Pope Francis. Who you know like Pope Francis. Actually come out and said things about the black live matte. Black lives matter protests in support of sort of this movement of anti racism that really gaining a lot of both attention and steam and support. and. And so pope. Francis is on that side. Apparently, there is like this conservative Nutjob side of the Catholic Church which of course makes? You, just say the words, and it makes total sense yeah. I wasn't aware that that wasn't the only side. Right. Yeah, I, guess Pope. Francis is actually more of the surprising side. But nonetheless. The letter is. Insanity I actually have a copy at? Marked some some parts that I really like or at least. I don't really like what he's saying. Right yes, he's lights highlights. He says there are those who serve themselves. Said there are two sides right Let let me back up in the letter. Just love it. He's he's sort of setting up this like this dynamic of there being two sides, there's the. The the the offspring of the woman, and the offspring of the serpent right. On the one hand, though there are those who, although they have a thousand defects and weaknesses are motivated by a desire to do good to be honest to raise a family to engage in work to give prosperity to their homeland help the needy and on the other hand there are those who serve themselves who do not hold any anymore principles who wants to demolish the nation exploited workers make themselves unduly wealthy foam, internal divisions, boys, and accumulate power and money. Guess what side he puts out from. He's not putting him in the most obvious side which is. People who don't have any moral principles and exploited writers and foment internal divisions in wars and accumulate power and money. He's not putting that side. Has? acidy to say. To. Mr President. You may not be aware of this, but here there's this group of people you wouldn't even know that they exist because you're so saintly, but there's this group of people who unlike you. Are Super Interested in their own personal gain and ripping other people off so that they become for their own aggrandizement mazing right now he says in society Mr President these two opposing realities coexist as eternal enemies, and it appears that the children of darkness who we may easily identify with the deep state, which you wisely oppose, and which is fiercely waging war against you in these days have decided to show their cards by revealing their plans right. So apparently. Apparently, these plans are. The to take this cove emergency, right? which is you know he says. He we will also discover that these that the riots in these days were provoked by those who seeing the virus is inevitably fading. And that the social arm of the pandemic is waning, necessarily have had to provoke civil disturbances. It is quite wire that the use of street protests is instrumental to the purposes of those who would like to see someone elected in the upcoming presidential elections who embodies the goals of the deep state? It will not be surprising if in a few months we learn once again the hidden behind these acts of vandalism and violence. There are those who hoped to profit from the dissolution of the social order, so as to build a wall, a world without freedom. Wow! That's a hell of a thing. How do you look at these current events? and. Come up with this I. Don't Know Monsignor Q. and non is is definitely. Smoking his own his own pipe there again. I it gets better Dan there's more there's more he says. Just as there is a deep state, there is also a deep church that betrays dude I love it. which so? Full Dan Brown now. And keep going and for swears it's proper commitments before God. Thus the invisible enemy, whom good rulers fight against public affairs is also fought against by good shepherds in the cleese. Fear.
Rome archbishop urges Trump to fight ‘deep state’ amid criticism over protests, coronavirus
"Archbishop Carlo Veon go released a letter that he sent to president trump warning him about the current crisis and I just wanna give you the first line in this Mr president recent months we've been witnessing the formation of two opposing forces I would call biblical the children of light and the children of darkness this is I mean a remarkable letter that I think has to be read in its entirety he talks about the deep state and the deep state in the church and that these opposing forces now are taking their masks off because they are so arrogant and they believe that now is the time of their great power and they could do whatever they want without anyone you know causing them harm or molesting them and and it's a remarkable
Sources: MLB mulls shorter season, prorated pay
"Major League Baseball intends to propose a shorter season in which they would pay players, a full prorated share of their salaries, sources told ESPN. The Leaves League believes that the late March agreement allows it to set the schedule and that this would fulfill players pro rata desire. For rated desire now. What does that mean everybody? Okay? We're GONNA play A. WE'RE GONNA. Pay You a prorated salary ten games. And then everybody makes the postseason.
"carlo" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"I think a lot of my colleagues or artist like me like I am Are Sorta in war against the what they call illusion which is fine. I mean everybody is finally the as he wants or she wants but I think there is some confusion in in in in those positions namely The fact that something is not a fundamental ingredient of reality doesn't mean that is illusory The fact that In the Newton equation is up and down so up and down is not a fundamental ingredient to for physical reality does not mean that there's not been down and therefore can walk on the ceiling up and down a complete real for us even if they're not from the mental ingredients of reality so my emotions are not fundamental ingredients of. It is nothing like emotions at the level of of alimentary staff of mental physical laws. But this doesn't make them illusory. I mean they are not cuts into fundamental ingredients Reality but that doesn't mean that a cat is illusion. Cat is a cat is very real thing so a cat is real my fear Israel I am real my choice. A real my emotions are real all. This is normalcy real. It's just that they are complicated stuff that to some extent we understand some and we don't understand Obviously I choose Because I'm I choice to talk with you and not in of course I chose to talk with you Base when I say choose. I mean something real which is happening in in me. Maybe I can understand that in terms of something else. Afternoons balancing or deterministic lows on on the community of whatever. But that doesn't take away the fact there's a perfectly good seizure description of what I am which I decide. I think that naturalism which is I would say by far the most common philosophical position today among scientists and philosophers. At least in the Saxon world does not mean that Emotions don't exist. It means that emotions are complicated thing which are perfectly real which volatile too a little bit but we we have no reason to deny. Yeah I mean I find it incredibly. I find it incredibly useful. I mean this is going to be working with this now. This notion that even a human being and individualism is not a thing but a happening the right that you say somewhere in individuals a process complex tightly integrated. I feel that that this way of thinking also about us in about ourselves and about others does let in the richness and strangeness of What It is to be human and the complexity of our interactions with each other Yes a I think we are nothing I I don't think I'm I'm an entity. I'm an incredibly complicated process. And these the complexity of interaction with the others and there's also the complexity of Ourself our just. My Body is enormously more complex than what? I'm aware of the number of things that happened. In my brain every every second is far far more reach than What is my awareness of myself? What I'm conscious about right so we are very complicated. Things which is fine and we have a certain partial control of what we are. This is something by the way which is Strongly emerging from more than contemporary scientific research on on a new on brain's neuron sawn. But there's an old intuition it's been all the has this intuition very very strongly says you. You don't know what to our Shakespeare is equally shiming when when Tony on the beginning one O'Shea CSU place am cited. I don't know why okay it's way right and right and there's all sorts of things that happened inside us and we have no idea. Why sometimes we we? We have frayed. And we don't know why sometimes you happy. We know why ended up. Our memories teeny teeny seemed as of all formation. That got into us. So we're very complicated things and we all like leaving on the top of this huge wave of of happenings which which is ourselves I think. Yeah I When I was when I was reading you I. I felt that there was A. I wouldn't say a contradiction but that in you like just like as quantum physics general relativity are both drew but both work and yet contradict each other in some ways. I felt you hold it in your grandview. There's a certain schizophrenia. I I don't believe that now because of how you just spoke about The the solace of that life is short the the value of that. But anyway I'll just I'll just fact that you know you know the way you said You've said you believe that. We belong to a genus of short lived species. And you believe we probably won't last long as a species and we might become the only species to knowingly watch the coming of its collective demise which is a very sobering thought But you also hold in a creative tension this great vision of grandeur and beauty Of the scientific enterprise and of the view of reality that the scientific enterprise makes possible I think we yes I understand. What what you mean by contradict the tension between these two things I think that we have values Inside ourselves which come from from what we are we're mammals. We are social animals with recover civilization the culture invade books. We have had parents that talked us. We're with instincts And these values are real. So it's what drives we want love onto beloved. We want to be recognized that we want to be seen We want to have our place in society. We want to help others. We want to prevaricated all sorts of things and one thing we want us to learn so I think I. I don't think that scientific knowledge is the unique only value. And what justifies? Everything else and is the foundation of everything is just one of the giants we have and like the other drives is a to some extent we we we set satisfied and we find satisfaction in it. I also think that we are to some extent grown up and Recognize the how limited our our our self and How our knowledge can be wrong and Life can be short and I don't think this kills the value which come from former self. There remain true We do wish that our children will survive longer. And longer in fact when I wrote that about this The the possible Demise of our own speeches to some extent was To say look be aware that nothing guarantees. We live but to some extent was a provocation. Say Oh come on I mean Please say vote for leaders that take steps to save us from global warming or from the next World War so be aware that there's not granted this Oh do something for it I'm not saying let's just die all together happily. Obviously we WANNA leave of course when individually I I don't go out and run and after a current I try move out today as they try to survive an ESA speeches want to survive. I want children to survive. Let's do something about it. Let's not be sure that that we have granted the survival of speeches we. I'm pretty sure we we don't have any guarantee for that so we better do so. There was a a side of provocation writing. This okay do you. Do you possibly have the this brief? Listen lessons on physics with you and English. You probably don't have it with you. Know Not in English okay. I E E But I see I see I can read it also just the the last two paragraphs I just I wanna read. That's because it's so beautiful and then maybe you'll have some final words It is it is part of our nature to love and to be honest it is part of our nature too long to know more and to continue to learn our knowledge of the world continues to grow their our frontiers where we are learning and our desire for knowledge burns. They are in the most minute reaches of the fabric of space at the origins of the Cosmos in the nature of time in the phenomenon of black holes in the workings of our thought process and the workings of our own thought processes here on the edge of what we know. In contrast with the ocean of the unknown shines the mystery and the beauty of the world and it's breathtaking. Thank you for reading this. The it's it's my vision of the world is also I would say it's also my my dream about myself right. I would like to thank you myself. Somebody tries to look away. Everybody each of us has a as one dream of what would like to be. I would like to see her cell phone. Explorer tries to look ahead. Let's I think is not as I said before. It's not the only is certainly not the only important thing for humanity that I think is important. Also that for you money and each of us tried to sounding money. That's the direction which I've been trying to. What is the Italian word for breathtaking? What does that word or what is that? What is the word you wrote a moment? Bela total fiasco. It's not a single word is is a fraser to take away the breath to take away the breath high. See Okay well. I'm very happy that you chose to talk to me today. However choice really works. I'm I'm glad you're in the world. I'm glad you're writing these books. And six cited to put this out into the world. This conversation thank you so much. Thank thank you very much bye bye..
"carlo" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"To stop this. Dr In when you describe that there's the Strangeness Quantum Physics Particles Only Exist when they hit something else Is Related at the fact that human being a human being is set his interactions with his fellow human beings around him. I mean that works in every direction right. I mean we can be interacting as enemies or interacting as fellow citizens with whom we're trying to build a common life. I guess I was wondering also yeah. Go keep going. No yes I've been to. Of course we we we interact. We exist we succeed as warriors and we interact us by making what one another but there was. The result is often disaster for everybody if we if we interact us by collaborating gains right. I mean if I take this idea of yours. This overriding idea. That comes out of A life in physics. That reality is only interaction ultimately then it seems also like the failure to interact or the failure of interaction is actually a move against vitality against life. That is that is that interpreting too much. It is an analogy. I agree with that. I think that analogy severely good and help us it's The two things separated of course the one thing that in physics we We can better understand the world through interaction and and one thing is to export that to our to our politics society or a human life. I mean anything. Analogies are good and in general using ideas. Come from one field in another one. This is is good. This doesn't prove anything But look I don't exist that I as a person. I don't think that I as a person exist without the rest. I am my friends. My My love. Miami's my everything that I interact with all my ideas. Come from things. I've read of talk to which interactions and all they do is interacting with a with arrest and the same is true for communities Communities are what they are because there have been strongly influenced by different communities in communities and so on so forth This I think is not coup for anything but I think it's GonNa help us if we digest that instead of going in the direction of defending from the others. Yeah I mean to me this is a way of inserting this this lesson from history that you take that you that you lay out in your writing but that science does and can shape Our understanding of the world are character. It you know our our soul or the quality of our presence in the world in in in ways that are not merely scientific. I mean you so I want to ask you this. If if if in fact as the title of Your Book Reality is not what it seems that I mean again these to me. These are some of the things you've written that seems so Resonant for so much else that our senses often don't tell us the truth about reality that this is an interesting that understanding the world better often entails going against your intuition But but for you on a grand scale of you you you you have a sense of the complexity of reality and the cosmos There is so far beyond our senses. So I- here's the question. How how does this change the way you move through the world? Is this something you're able to kind of work with how well I I. I don't know if I'm able but I do young. I I think we what we the the idea that our census can Ms Lead us to some extent there. Of course a sensor always also our main source of our knowledge so we should also rely on it. But we shouldn't rely too much this idea. It is very old right It it goes back to antiquity In fact it's a key idea of a good part of Greek philosophy Some philosophy to case even to strongly say we shouldn't believe at all what our senses reality is completely different Nowadays of course we we rely on what we see But we've learned. I think we have learned deeply that We are like children namely we start with a naive idea about the Waldo. We start with naive vision about the older. And then slowly We learn more blurred more because we grow like children girls. Society has grown civilization has grown and and And has grown by learning from from experience from other people from books from from from experiments from all sorts of stuff. And what we have learned is As you say the complexity The world is much more complex at what took what it looks at first sight. I look at this class of water and is this quite a transparent in the but I know that in fact is it's a crazy zigzagging of molecules down there which do all sort of stuff and how fast they move the temperate zones fourth end this complexity. Which is at all level Guard us from from being driven by two simple minded. The thing I mean I think we should. We should keep keep in mind that they will is complex. We have good way of dealing with awards. Divide society works civilization. Works we are. We Are Alive. And we're seven billion of us on earth and many more than before and in fact we are actually more of us on earth which are out of deep poverty and and the and and have education and things to leave meant much more than they passed so we're not doing too bad But at the same time The We know that this knowledge we have it's fragile and we don't have fool knowledge at all. Nothing guarantees that we do better tomorrow at all. We're not guaranteed by anything. I mean civilization could start. Stop Tomorrow I mean. The the earth is Is becoming warmer and it could be a catastrophe. it's The the we are too many on earth and this might lead at the catastrophe and worshipful. We are fighting against us more and more and this will get more catastrophe so there's a sense of fragility which I do have both in the in the I. I don't think I know the truth. I think I know a little bit about the wall and I know deeply that I have no access to any final tools to any APPS tools. I know deeply that my brain is limited as something I understand. Sometimes I feel understand. Better somebody else on sometimes. No I feel that somebody else understand better than me And I know that my life is limited. I ever said the number of years to leave and and that's it maybe humanity itself has limited life. I don't think there's anything that guarantees s Beyond the that? Can we leave this with this uncertainty? Can we leave with this Fragility I think we do. We can bring all so I was just GonNa say I think our brains also resist fragility and resist The knowledge that our life is limited to work against that reality. Maybe I don't know some. We're different some of us. More of less we have We terrorized when approach of course because Because I think we had an instinct of escaping from the Tiger. Tiger was awry was arriving. It's a good instincts but feel death just by itself. I don't think it's It's really a universal. Feeling I think is It's it's a feeling that many people might not have and We can accept the limit. The fact that life is limited like we accept this as the sun and the the mountains is fact of life. I find it in fact I find it. reassuring not Not scaring the fact that this is a a short life and that's it and in fact I find because of my because of psychology have. This is what makes precious. That's why you like it. Which will love it if we had if I had to leave forever which I would be scared to death of living forever because life is beautiful but also they also painful them dying. Says I don't know really forever. I WANNA leave for showtime and as better as I can and better with my fellow travels through time and and expressing part of me and I think that this fragility this lack of fool knowledge of this limitation of life is something one can live very well with and is much more reassuring that any potential of knowing the bottom of tools of reality or or any of living forever. If if I asked you this is philosophers question but also as a physicist. You know how you would begin to answer the question. What does it mean to be human? Do you think of that would human is Well one kind of answered all sorts of levels it's It's something that has happened. In the world. The world has produced and stars and produce the trees and has produced cloud Senate produce humans and And I happen to be one of the of these things on. The one hand is doesn't happening in the world and a but I am this happening and it's At the same time something. That can be extraordinarily painful. Because humans have gone and go Thune ments of Mount of pain but also incredibly beautiful and in Bharata. There's one line in which is a question. What is it that every human cannot avoid an answer happiness I think we all have our share of happiness and what we are deeply is not our reason is our emotions are something which is determined by our biology culture. History overcame Chemical composition and songs of so. This is what we are and what we are experiencing it as As happiness of pain a certain relation with other drive desire and can be something very painful in that But there could be something very beautiful in that and to the extent in which we appreciate the beauty I think life is precious Is Is Is Beautiful and pain our pain and the pain of the others which touch us. That's one thing that makes us human the fact that we share of one another Is something which is there. Because that's what we are and we have to deal with. I mean I've spoken with physicists. Who who will talk about what the math tells us and what it does not tell us and that you know that love and choice and really freedom are not something that might be real that these might be illusions. You speak differently about these things about the reality of emotions. Yes I I know what you would. You mean I think that there is a confusion between I think a lot of my colleagues or artist like me like I am Are Sorta in war against the what they call.
"carlo" Discussed on Kingpins
"By the early Nineteen Seventies Carlo. Gambino was at the height of his career. He was considered sitter to have more control of New York City than the mayor himself. Cool and calculating Carlo always seemed to stay ahead of his enemies both within law enforcement and in the underworld but as he was recovering from a heart attack his commitment to that careful control was tested. Abutting being opportunity forced him to reconsider one of his central career-long policies. When Carlo took the reins of his family he warned his members against selling drugs? It brought too much attention from law enforcement. So when acting genovese crime boss Tommy Ryan Approach Carlo to broker a multimillion in dollar drug deal. It seemed like an absurd ask. Did he really think that he could convince the boss of all bosses to change his mind about about selling drugs. Tommy needed four million dollars to take part in a deal with one of the biggest narcotics dealers in the US Lewis sedillo pillow. Tommy didn't have that amount of cash but Carlo Gambino did. We don't exactly know what Tommy said. Perhaps perhaps he took advantage of Carlos old age or his recent heart attack but whatever he did seem to work. Carlo agreed to front him the money Tommy promised assure return on Carlos Investment but before the prophets could come through the government arrested narcotics addicts dealer Louis Sedillo in the process. They confiscated the drugs and the money. Carlos cash was now in government custody when Carlo Approach Tommy about his missing for million dollars. The story goes Tommy's response was to literally turn his pockets. Inside died out indicating he was completely broke. This answer didn't satisfy Carlo on July sixteenth. Nineteen seventy you too at approximately one o'clock in the morning Tommy Ryan was leaving his girlfriend's apartment in Brooklyn when gunfire rang out. Tommy died on the spot. No one was ever arrested for his murder. Even with his fragile Health Carlos firm hand hand didn't waver but in the mafia world when a door to one problem closes another one inevitably opens opens in December nineteen seventy-two of vans started parking on Ocean Parkway in Brooklyn just outside Carlos residents the surveillance. Valence man was a combined effort of the FBI and the NYPD's Organized Crime Control Bureau. The mob squad had found a way to plant cameras. Russia's microphones and wiretaps inside Carlos. Home there twenty. Four hour surveillance recorded just about every corner of his house but even still the feds couldn't get anything useful. That's because Carlo used a combination of silent gestures and coded language edge when discussing his affairs on one occasion. They recorded an entire meeting. Were the only thing said was frog. Legs the arrest. The tape was empty. Clearly the surveillance van didn't make it past the boss of all bosses to thwart the feds even further further. He decided it was time to do a little restructuring. He named Jonny L. O.. Neil Della Croce and his cousin and brother in Law Paul Castellano. Oh as dual under bosses della Croce would handle the dirty work while Castellano would oversee white-collar crimes though Carlo maintained tamed. A strong hand over the whole operation. The move created more distance between him and his family's crimes in early nineteen seventy-three. The three Carlo learned that his twenty nine year old nephew. Manny had been kidnapped James Mc Granny the leader of the kidnapping crew had fallen fallen into debt with the Gambino family having successfully kidnapped and ransomed mafia captain a year before mcbrayer. He thought he could use the same tactic tactic. Again MC Brittany demanded three hundred fifty thousand dollars from Carlo. If he didn't pay up they would kill his nephew. Few Carlo claimed you only come up with forty thousand dollars bud. mcbrayer knee and his crew weren't willing to negotiate. Soon after Carlos was counteroffer Manny's empty car was found at the Newark Airport later. His dead body was found posed and buried in a sitting position in a dump up in New Jersey between the death of his nephew and his poor health. Carlo was starting to lose his grip. He became a recluse uncharacteristically terrifically boarding himself up in his Brooklyn House. He couldn't let his nephew's death go unpunished Carlo. Oh enlisted his underboss Neil della Croce and rising mobster John Gotti to deal out justice on May twenty second nineteen seventy-three Guardian a few other Gambino men shot and killed Mc Brittany while he was drinking at a Staten Island bar justice for Manny. Gambino's death F- was finally served as the seventies ruled on Carlos. Health continued to deteriorate while his primary residence was a modest modest house in Brooklyn he also kept a home in Massapequa on Long Island he began spending more time there as his health declined. The two story brick house surrounded by a low fence and marble statues on the front lawn set at the end of Kota sack overlooking the great south be. His bodyguard lived in the house next door. Carlo didn't seem to make his long island neighbors nervous. Actually some some said having the mafioso in the neighborhood made them feel safer. Not only did they have mobsters keeping the area secure but they also had the constant surveillance of police and federal agents keeping an eye on Carlo by nineteen seventy five the seventy-three-year-old Carlo knew do. He wasn't long for this world. It was time to name his successor. Paul Castellano was not only one of Carlos primary under bosses but he was also his brother in law and cousin. Castellano was the one who picked Carlo up from the dock when he landed in America decades before four as underboss Castellano handled the family's white collar crimes like union racketeering solid and toxic waste disposal and wire wire fraud. The other option was Neil Della Croce the CO underboss. Neil held the reins over the more hands on activities. He's like contract killing loansharking gambling. Extortion hijacking and robbery. This power structure proved effective and confusing for the FBI. They couldn't be sure who was the official next in command but neal was generally considered the expected heir apparent Carlo Carlo thought differently he ultimately selected Paul instead. The surprising choice spoke to his desire to keep the power in his own family family blood the following year the succession plan took effect Carlo. Gambino spent the evening of Thursday October Tober Fourteenth nineteen seventy six watching the New York Yankees game at his waterfront house. In Massapequa by the time the game ended the Yankees. He's had squeaked out a victory over the Kansas city royals. They were now on their way to the world series but Karla wouldn't be there to once them get swept by the Cincinnati reds the next day the boss of all bosses took his last breath at age seventy four. The lifelong mobster died of natural causes at his home. This was remarkable given the most of his. His peers ended their reign in exile in prison or in bloody executions when the feds learned about Carlos Death One prosecutor joked that his tombstone should read. See I told you I was sick. Carlos Funeral Mass was is an extremely elaborate affair. The ticket only funeral was held at the Church of Our Lady of grace and a quiet residential area Brooklyn sources say that the funeral was attended by at least two thousand people including politicians and judges plain clothes police officers and F. B. I.. Agents were were dotted in the crowd outside the church. It's not that they were necessarilly expecting trouble given the mafia's history of respecting funerals rather the FBI wanted to find out who is going to succeed Carlo. As head of the Gambino family at the time of the funeral the feds Ed's had no clue who was going to take over. This was their best chance to get a glimpse inside the hundred car. Motorcade a live from the church to the family's private room at Saint John's cemetery in Queens Carlos seven thousand dollars. Bronze coffin often was interred next to his wife. Catherine but the Gambino family story didn't end when Carlo was placed in the ground around as the new boss. Paul Castellano was a more corporate style leader. He continued to spearhead the crime syndicates. More white collar activities like embezzlement and construction schemes but his leadership approach. Put the mob on shaky ground. Neil Della Croce stayed on as Paul's alls underboss before his death. Carlo gave Neil the reins of all the Manhattan rackets under his control but despite the gift neal was thoroughly unhappy he felt he should have been named boss instead of Paul Meals loyalists toe the line. But only for so long. In Nineteen eighty-five Paul Castellano was assassinated. By Neal's protege and one of cast Alana's biggest critics John Gotti with Godley now at the head of the Gambino family. All eyes were on the once. Secretive organisation even forty years after his death. The Underworld Syndicate Carlo built up continues to bear his name. Carlos Conservative approach approach contributed to the family's financial success as well as his personal longevity. Carlos spent over fifty years embedded in the mob world through his fair and just rule. He became a legend so much so that he earned a title reserved for only select. Select few Capo. Did to copy boss of all bosses.
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Casey had been hospitalized with poor health and it was time to discuss the distribution of his operations as the mob bosses aiden talked liked. The police raided the restaurant and broke up the meeting. No one was arrested this time but the pressure was on the next year. The government tried a different tactic to get Carlo off. The streets. Carlo had entered the United States illegally and in the decade since he had never become a citizen the feds issued a deportation order but it wasn't implemented. It's believed that Carlo bribed bribed two. US senators to keep his problem at bay even with immigration services knocking at his door. Carlo kept traveling around around the. US hobnobbing with all the big celebrities on August second nineteen sixty seven. He was seen at the desert in Las Vegas from the VIP Lounge. He watched a performance by Frank Sinatra. Sammy Davis Junior Dean Martin. I'm Peter Lawford and Joey bishop the singer celebrities known as the rat. Pack Carlo allegedly gave each of the performers. A ten thousand dollar dollar tip. He and his cousin. Paul Castellano even snapped a picture with Sinatra but nineteen sixty seven wasn't all celebration aberration that same summer Carlos friend and partner. Tommy Lucchese finally lost his battle with a brain tumor. He died at home in Long Island. Carlo arranged the funeral which was attended by over a thousand mourners including politicians judges police officers mobsters and hit men with original commission members. Tommy Lucchese and Joe Bonanno both Gone Carlo was fully propelled all to the title of Capo. Tutti Capi or boss of all bosses though the title had been scrapped years before Carlos assent resurrected the name and status. There was no higher honor than this but the title didn't come without its share of consequences quences the biggest of course being a larger target on his back for the federal government nailing down. The boss of all bosses would be career defining success for decades the FBI tried everything they could to get Carlo all to no avail but in March one thousand nine hundred seventy their efforts started to pay off the sixty eight year. Old Carlo was strolling down a Brooklyn Street when he was suddenly surrounded rounded by FBI agents NYPD. He was arrested and charged with masterminding scheme to steal. Several million in cash from an armored truck company in the Bronx Korla was indicted for the crime but due to lack of evidence the feds were forced to drop the case the FBI regrouped and later that year. They arrested Carlo again. This time for masterminding a burglary ring as had become custom mm-hmm when the agents showed up at his home Carlo treated them as his guests offering them coffee and dessert he figured it would all work out and he was right right once again. The evidence was slim and Carlo managed to walk free. What helped Carlo dodged? The law was his management style. He emphasized control and discretion mainly to avoid garnering the attention of the government even though the FBI knew about about Carlos work they were always a hairsbreadth away from finding enough evidence for a conviction but not everyone in the mafia took the same careful we approved in. The results proved violent by nineteen. Seventy Joe Colombo had been running his family for roughly eight years. There's ever since he'd helped uncover Bonano's assassination plot and in that time Colombo had managed to bring peace and stability to his Brooklyn based family. But we're Carlo. Preferred a low key approach Colombo felt very differently. He became well known outside of the mob world especially for his work in promoting civil rights for Italian Americans in the spring of Nineteen Seventy Colombo came to believe his son was being harassed by the FBI after the younger Colombo was arrested on conspiracy. Charges Colombo's response was to pick it it outside the FBI's Manhattan office. He very vocally criticized the media and the bureau railing against what he called a conspiracy Baresi against Italian people. Carlo didn't like this. One Colombo started planning his second annual Italian American unity rally in Nineteen seventy-one. The boss of all bosses advised him to stop drawing so much attention to himself. Colombo allegedly responded wanded by spitting in his face but Carlo had the final word in the matter. He silenced Colombo with three bullets during the very a unity rally. He'd arranged Colombo's survived the assassination attempt. But he was effectively out of commission. mm-hmm speculation runs high as to how involved Carlo was in the hit other theories pen rival. Gangs Crazy Joe. Gallo was the mastermind regardless regardless of. Who really was behind the shooting? Joe Colombo was no longer a problem for Carlo but the federal government was on Monday November. Remember I nineteen seventy-one Immigration and Naturalization Service agents served Carlo with a notification that he was being deported the US Supreme in court had finally upheld the order from several years earlier. I N S had actually tried to deport Carlo Multiple Times before this but their plans always fell through either because of Carlos political influence or because of conveniently timed health issues. Is that landed him in the hospital on top of that. Italy was reluctant to cooperate. They didn't want the notorious criminal in their country anymore within the US did but when the Italian government finally agreed to a travel authorization the boss of all bosses was served his notice he would would be sent back to Italy on Friday November fifth on the same day. The news was delivered. Carlos Attorney asked for a stay of the deportation order are once again contending. That Carlo was too sickly to travel likely story. They thought two days later Carlos lawyer tried again claiming he'd received a call from Carlos family that his client was in a bad way. Carlo had been rushed to Victory Memorial Hospital in Brooklyn and was on Oxygen Wiley Carlo had conveniently suffered a heart attack. Ns was incensed. They insisted assisted that the. US Public Health Service. Give him a complete physical exam of their own. The government was shocked. When cardiologists confirmed that Carlos heart incident incident was genuine? They determined that Carlo actually was unfit to travel as his lawyer. Doctor had asserted once again Carlo. Gambino was allowed to remain in the country and just in time to see his life story make its way to the Silver Screen Green on March Twenty Fourth Nineteen seventy-two Francis Ford Coppola's The godfather premiered and became immediate classic based on the best selling book by Mario Puzo. The Godfather told the story of a Mafia bosses son who is suddenly certainly thrown into the crime world. He wants swore off the Titular Godfather. Don Vito Corleone was inspired by several different real l. mob bosses and Carlo. Gambino was among them like Carlo. corleones was from Sicily and emigrated to the United States alone own as a young man. CORLEONES was also notable for being quiet taking a non flashy approach and emphasizing respect. Few works have influenced pop. Culture's perception of the Mafia more than the Godfather and Carlos early history known only to those was closest to him was now suddenly at the center of a cultural phenomenon. But is the movie made waves around the world. Carlos lows health continued to fluctuate in the spring of Nineteen seventy-two he was rushed to Columbus Hospital in Manhattan after another massive heart attack during his recovery. Carlo was approached by acting Genovese family boss Tommy Ryan Abeille with a supposedly. You can't Miss Opportunity. According to Tommy they were about to come into a windfall of cash. But to take up Tommy's proposal Carlo would have to rethink one of his firmest rules..
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"Carlo Gambino started his mafia life as a teenager while still in his homeland Sicily. His mother introduced him to the underworld any thrived and carrying out. Kill orders with changes in the Italian government. Carlo turned his sights to the United States and stowed away on a freighter readership once in New York Carlo connected with his mother's side of the family which was already firmly entrenched in the mob in the coming coming decades Carlo endured a tangled web of mob. Wars Howard grabs silent betrayals and incarceration by nineteen. I'm fifty seven the soft-spoken mobster had ascended to the top of a crime. Family bearing his own name known for his courtly manner inconspicuous dress and Hawk like nose. Carlos soon became one of the most powerful mafia bosses in America. The gambino family's as operations included gambling loansharking extortion hijacking contract killing and labor racketeering Carlo had managed to build build an empire while staying outside of the general public's eye though he was based in Brooklyn Carlos controls stretched across across the country. Miami Boston Chicago. Las Vegas San Francisco and Los Angeles in no time at all. He was named chairman. Some of the Mafia commission the brainchild of Lucky Luciano. The commission was the governing body of all the families in the American Mafia. They came together to handle conflicts. Decide who could and who couldn't join and who deserved to be murdered and beginning in nineteen. Eighteen fifty nine Carlo was running the show. Carlos was popular among the commission and he was also popular in the streets of little Italy bringing his almost permanent enigmatic grin with him the mob boss was known for Holding Court in the Manhattan neighborhood greeting people and bestowing doing favors as he saw fit while most other mob bosses barricaded themselves in their mansions protected by armed bodyguards and fences Carlo. Hello walked the streets with impunity. He could be seen stopping to talk with old friends while he bought vegetables and fruits from street vendors and Italian meats cinches from his favorite shops by the early nineteen sixties. Carlo held tremendous influence over labor unions including the International Longshoremen's Norman Union. The aisle you accounted for more than ninety percent of all New York City dock employee's by controlling the cities Ports Carlo. Hello ruled over. The main entry point for imports into the United States in nineteen sixty to the the sixty year old Carlo married off his eldest son Thomas to Francis Lucchessi the daughter of Tommy. Three Finger Brown Lucchessi who headed his own crime family Tommy. Carlo had become partners and friends and uniting their biological families connected their crime families to will more than one thousand people attended the wedding ceremony. It's rumored that Carlo gave Tommy. Welcome gift of thirty thousand dollars. Here's to repay his gift. Tommy Cut Carlo into his airport rackets. Don Carlo could now expand his operations at New York. International Airport now JFK. We're Tom held the reins over all the unions management and security their alliance strengthen Carlos already high power position them. The business savvy. Carlo knew that his illegal income would draw the attention of the government so he also laundered millions of dollars through legal businesses like pizza parlors furniture retail olive and cheese importers supermarkets bakeries and restaurants. But even his best efforts couldn't stop the government from prying into his affairs for years the FBI EH buried its head in the sand about the existence of organized crime in the United States. Most government officials refused to believe there was a mafia presence in the country. Not at all however after the arrests of over sixty mobsters at the nineteen fifty seven Appalachian Meeting J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI couldn't ignore the threat. The Mafia posed to national security despite uncovering who Karla was and what he did for a living getting getting to him was proving impossible. Attorney General Robert. F Kennedy began to ramp up the Justice Department's efforts to bring down organized crime but he was getting little traction one of the biggest obstacles they faced. No one was willing to talk one of the key. Principles in the Mafia via was silence Omerta for decades. The code of silence was kept tightly but that all changed in September nineteen sixty eighty three. When Joseph volonte became the first mafia informant blotchy was a member of the genovese crime family? Emily facing the death penalty for murder. He committed while in prison for narcotics violation hoping to plead his way out of a death. Sentence the lachey agreed to talk. Robert F Kennedy had finally found his way in in exchange for life in prison. Joseph agreed to to give up everything he knew. About the Mafia's activities in front of Congress and the entire country BA- LACI broke Omerta and the bulged some of the most intimate secrets of the mafia world among the details he testified to was Carlo Gambino involvement instilling ration stamps during World War. Two that racket alone had yielded Carlo over a million dollars over seventeen million one dollars today but despite the LACI is damning testimony. The government wasn't able to get anything to stick against Carlo. All the publicity city only forced him to become more secretive which also men passing up a great business opportunity. Drugs had become a major cash. Grab for the Mafia Carlo knew that heroin and cocaine sales were highly lucrative but he also saw how severe the penalties were for selling narcotics in the wake of Lachey. Carlo knew any of his family members might flip if they were arrested on a drug charge. He he double down on the Gambino family policy deal and die. Anyone caught selling drugs as the ultimate punishment. No exceptions Carlo ruled his mob with an iron fist as their ranks grew he needed to keep the reins tight the Gambino so family had grown to somewhere between five hundred and one thousand members and with all that manpower they were raking in somewhere around five hundred million Leeann dollars a year but well Carlo and his family reaped the rewards there were other members in the commission who saw his ever-growing power as is a threat. Joseph Joe Bananas Bonanno Head of the Banana Crime family was one of them. Bonano was one of the original members of the commission but over the years he'd grown weary with Carlos meteoric rise feeling threatened but nano decided to turn to to the go-to Mafia approach to deal with his Carlo problem. Assassination in nineteen sixty. Three Bananas has to plan to Murder Carlo. Hello and for good. Measure his good friend. Tommy Lucchessi to he was able to convince another boss. Joseph Molly Yoko to go along with the plot the two of them enlisted Joe Colombo a captain in the provider crime family to carry out. The hits like Colombo quickly realized the plot would be more trouble than it was worth instead of getting dragged into the harebrained assassination Colombo ran right to Carlo. Hello and warned him. What was going on the would be killers? Were called before the Commission to face judgment. The commission realized is that Molly Oko was only following bananas lead so he was let off with a fifty thousand dollar fine but he was also forced to retire as the head of his crime family one month later. Mel Yoko died from complications due to his high blood pressure. Carlo named Joe Colombo Oh as me. Yoko successor over award for his loyalty however things were a little more complicated with pushing nano out after after the plot was uncovered but nano went into hiding when he re serviced. He refused to give up his position as boss. The commission decided they were going to have to take action. Initially Carlo gave the kill order. What he took pity on Bonano? An old friend who had view allies left Carlo decided to give him one last chance to retire alive. But bonano didn't comply in fact. Even after the order came down. He kept trying to expand his racquet into other cities. A representative of the commission said Bonano took up too too much space in the air a Sicilian proverb that spoke to bananas arrogance to straighten that out in October. Nineteen sixty four. The commissions nations sent a pair of buffalo gangsters to kidnap him banana was held captive in upstate. New York and he wasn't released until Carlo was sure you're he learned his lesson and would finally retire in peace but they may have been a little too trusting. As soon as banana was released east. He sent out a message to his enemies that for every one of his men that were killed by the commission's families he would retaliate by hitting one of their leaders. This forced Carlo and the commission to really up their demand that bonano retire either. Dead or alive alive. Bananas remaining view beleaguered followers were inspired by his stubborn defiance. But that sense of pride was suddenly dashed win. Bananas suffered a heart attack. The Hill setback forced him to take the offer to retire. He moved to Tucson Arizona leaving his broken in crime family behind. Carlos stood victorious and gained even more respect from the commission. His handling of the Bonano's no no situation gave him the reputation of being merciful but the federal government looked at him differently. They saw Carlo was a threat to national security and it was time to finally with that threat down coming up. Carlo faces local and federal.
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"Welcome to kingpins apar- cast original. I'm Kate Leonard and I'm how hard it every Friday. We journey inside the ranks of Organized Crime Rings From Street gangs to mafiosos to understand how a kingpin pin or pin rises to the top of the underworld and why they fall as we follow the lives of infamous crime. Bosses will explore how money money and power changed them and how it changed the community around them. You can find episodes of kingpins and all other podcast originals for free on spotify. Or wherever. You listen to podcasts to stream kingpins for free on spotify just open the APP tap browse and type kingpins in the search bar at Park. We're grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook Luke and Instagram at podcast and twitter at Parkas network. And if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening it really does help us? This is our second episode on Carlo. Gambino boss of one of the most recognizable mafia organizations in the country last week we explored his rise from his mob filled childhood and Sicily to become a world renowned crying leader in Brooklyn New York. This week we'll take a look at the setbacks that ended Carlos Rain over the Gambino Crime.
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"June twenty eighth nineteen seventy-one crowds had gathered at Columbus Circle to celebrate the second annual Italian American Unity Unity Day Red White and green. The colors of the Italian Flan dotted all of midtown Manhattan however the key organizer. Observe the celebration forty eight year old Joe Colombo notice that the crowd wasn't as large as last year's event a year earlier mob boss Carlo Gambino had given the longshoremen throughout the city the day off so they could attend the rally but this year was different. Carlo hated publicity and had grown extremely frustrated with Joe's showy approach Joe who was a leader in the Brooklyn then based Mafia was drawing too much notice in the public. The attention came with increasing pressure on Carlo from the police. So so when Joe insisted on Coordinating Second Rally for the Italian American Civil Rights League Carlo withdrew his support in the longshoremen under his control. All were kept at their jobs but the crime boss wasn't done there. He needed us in Joe a message shortly after eleven. Forty forty five. Am Joe Walked through the crowds greeting guests. As he was making his way down the line he was approached by a man wearing the credentials credentials of a press photographer. The photographer brandished a pistol and three bullets. Struck Joe in the hid blood gus from his neck and mouth is he. Hit the ground. Crowds of spectators ran in terror. Leaving plastic tatters of Red White and green in their wake. A band struck up some music in a feeble attempt. To calm the crowd over the Ruckus. Someone yelled yelled out. They got Colombo. They got Colombo. Joe Survived the shooting but was left paralysed effectively ending his career. As the head of the Colombo Crime Family is flashy style. No longer posed a problem Carlo. Gambino could once again retreat into the shadows..
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Now back to the story even before arriving in New York in nineteen twenty one Carlo Gambino was already highly involved in mafia life working as a contract killer back in Sicily recognizable by his beak like nose and Puckish Grin. The unassuming gangster instilled fear even during his early days in the mob and once he was stateside ride Carlo quickly moved up the ranks by one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. When Carla was twenty seven years old the tension between his his crew leader Joe the boss Ria and the recently arrived Salvatore? Martin Zano reached a fevered peak. This ushered in what was known because the Castelo War Joe The boss enlisted some of the top mafia men on his crew including Carlos Friends Luchino Albert Anesthesia. And Vito genovese well connected Jewish gangsters Meyer Lansky and Bugsy Siegel. We'll also sided with him. Joe The boss didn't really like doing business with non Sicilians so his patience was thin with the men from mainland Italy. Like lucky and veto these younger men bided their time in the host. Joe The boss and Marin Zano just knock each other off whence they did the new blood could take control. The war raged on for nearly four years with constant assassinations and violence. Dozens dozens of mobsters were left dead on the New York City streets. The ones who survived or constantly looking over their shoulders afraid they would be next Ext.. The prolonged war also cut into profits on both sides of the fight this allow Jewish and Irish crime bosses to get footholds and industries. The Italian in March group said once firmly controlled the razor-sharp criminals savvy. Carlo saw an opportunity to end this war before it undercut any more of their enterprises sensing that he was on the losing side of the battle he approached their rival Salvatore. Marin Zano in secret Carlo offered to jump tomorrow John Aside and the Sicilian boss readily welcomed a fellow monster from Palermo. When Carlo flipped flipped he brought Lucky Albert anesthesia and several other friends with them but Marin Zano set the price for their admission if the men wanted into work with him they would have to do away with Joe the boss once and for all on April Fifteenth Nineteen Eighteen Thirty One lucky lured joe the boss to an Italian restaurant in Coney Island Brookland after they were seated? Lucky excused himself to the restroom. That's when anesthesia and a band of killers burst through the restaurants front door. They pumped bullets into Joe. The boss leaving him dead Carlo and crew brought a violent end to the four years of the Castel as a war immediately. The actor Joe the boss's assassination Marin Zano called a meeting of all the top mafiosos in New York City reportedly over five hundred men gathered in a warehouse in the Bronx. Maranzano told the mobsters to leave behind whatever happened in the past. There would be no more hatred tread between their factions. It was time to forgive and forget Salvatori carved out five distinct families each with a boss and under boss. The boss served as the head of the enterprise while the UNDERBOSS was his second in command often serving as a counselor or advisor under these top two men each family would have captains who would serve as middle management over the rest of the men called soldiers the five bosses Marin Zano named were lucky Luchino. Tommy Lucozzi Joe Bonanno Joe Prophecy. And Vincent Mangano Gano Albert Anesthesia was designated as Mangano underboss and the twenty nine year old Carlo. Gambino was named a captain in in the same family and of course Marne Zano declared himself boss of all bosses the overseer of all five families. Emily's the younger mobsters went along with Marzano's plans but they didn't so much like his self proclaimed position so just five months after that meeting. Lucky Luciano hired four killers to bulldoze their way into mearns on his office and shoot shoot him. Dead Lucky called the bosses of the other four families to tell them Salvatore had been eliminated and with him went the title of boss of all bosses instead they'd be ruled by a nationwide collective called the commission. Lucky we saw the commission as a way to stem conflicts and avoid another castle Moore as a war. The Mafia would be controlled by a council of the leaders from all all five families. Instead of relying on violence they could resolve their disputes through diplomacy and discussion. The ever business like Carlo are low. Gambino thrived in this reborn Mafia. He became a top earner in the Mangano family and in the mob world with with money comes Prestige Carlos. Main areas of interest were loansharking illegal gambling and collecting acting protection money from area merchants when the volts did act was repealed in nineteen thirty three Carlos on another opportunity to fill his pockets goods by cashing in on the now legal booze industry in the last days of prohibition Carlos scooped up as many illegal liquor stills bills as he could get his hands on from New York all the way to Maryland when prohibition ended the price of alcohol skyrocketed and Carlo owned the largest illegal liquor distribution system on the east coast. Of course he was still producing his alcohol under the table and not paying taxes so Carlo could easily undercut prices set by legal distributors. The gangster made himself in the Mangano Crime family a fortune by the mid nineteen thirties and part of Carlos proceeds went to evading the law. He was arrested several times in Nineteen nineteen thirty seven and nineteen thirty eight but was always able to pay his way out but in nineteen thirty nine his luck finally ran out on May twenty third nineteen thirty nine. Carlo was convicted for conspiracy to defraud the United States liquor taxes. The thirty six year old was in order to pay a fine of two thousand five hundred dollars and sentenced to twenty two months in a Pennsylvania prison. When Carlo walked free again he went right back back to crime turning his attention to government issued ration stamps as the United States anticipated entering World War Two the government began issuing ration stamps in August nineteen forty one without these stamps? You couldn't buy limited resources like sugar meat and gas ask and some big spenders would pay through the nose to get more than their fair share. Carlo learned that the ration stamps stamps were being held involves on an upper floor of the office of Price Administration. It would take his best safe crackers and second-story men but Carlo Gambino was going to get his hands on them. Coming up. Carlo breaks into a government vault and into a new criminal industry. Now back to the story the softspoken but ruthless Carlo. Gambino had his hands in a variety of mob operations ranging from liquor distribution bution to gambling to robbery after serving time for tax evasion in nineteen thirty seven. Carlo kept a low profile while still title ramping up his criminal activities. When Carlo found out that ration stamps were being kept in vaults at the office of price administration he has to plot up to steal them? He put together a team of expert burglars and they hatched a plan to break in through the upper floor windows crack the safe and grab the stamps before anyone noticed they were there. The elaborate scheme was successful is guys walked away with hundreds two thousand of ration stamps. Carlo then turned around and sold the stamps on the black market at bargain prices. After that robbery the government started hiding the ration stamps in banks to better protect them from another break in but Carlo figured out a way to work around this hurdle it was insultingly easy actually. He just bribed officials at the office of Price Administration into giving him the stamps in the end he still still came out with a prophet this racket combined with his other illegal operations made Carlo in the Mangano family. Millions but easy living never last long in the Mafia World Carlos.
"carlo" Discussed on Kingpins
"Their mid fifties so he he wasn't going to rise to boss through natural succession if he wanted Albert out of the way he'd have to polish off the pistols rather than get his own hands. Dirty Carlo enlisted another mobster Joe the Blonde Biondo and gave him the kill order in. Turn Joe Joe. The blonde enlisted his own associates to carry out the job on the morning of October. Twenty Fifth Nineteen fifty seven. Albert was at the Grosso barbershop in midtown. Manhattan's Park Sheraton Hotel as he spoke to the barber. Two gunmen with scarves over their Faces rushed into the shop. One of them shoved the barber out of the way. Then they opened fire. Albert hurled himself from the chair breaking the foot rest along the way shots flew wildly around the barbershop until one caught Albert in the head is white dress shirt was left wrinkled and blotted with blood. He folded lifeless to the floor. Landing in a fetal position. Law Enforcement has yet yet to officially solve the crime but it was just a few weeks until Carlo was officially the top boss of the newly renamed Gambino family away becoming the head of one of the most renowned. Mom Families in the world wasn't a dream during Carlos early days. He was born in Nineteen one thousand nine hundred to two Tomas O.. Gambino in Felicia Castellano. They lived in Palermo. The capital of Sicily by the the early twentieth century this island off the coast of mainland Italy had a strong mafia presence. The mafioso was so powerful that even within officers of the law and military were afraid of the area. Carlo joined the underworld at a young age through a family connection his mother. Felisa Lisa belong to a mob family while Karla was barely a teen. She used her influence to introduce him to a Mafia group called the men of respect. No he was slight of build and only five foot seven Carlo in breast his bosses with his intellect calm nature and ability to take on difficult tasks like murder in nineteen twenty one. He was rewarded with an induction into the honored. Society which is often described as a highly disorganized European mafia still only nineteen years old Carlos started carrying out. Oh killer for the mob syndicate the year nineteen twenty one not only marked changing Carlos life but for the rest of Italy. The Italian talion King Victor Emmanuel Third Lost Power as the Fascist party claimed greater control. The party's initial rise saw Benito Mussolini Cellini take a seat in the newly elected parliament. The changing landscape pointed Carlos is to the United States for better opportunities. He wouldn't be going it alone the US his mother's brother Giuseppe Castellano. It already started to build a life in New York City so in the latter part of Nineteen Twenty one carlos stowed away on the SS Vincenzo. Florio it took a month to travel the nearly four thousand nine hundred miles from Sicily to the United States. He lived on nothing but anchovies. And wine. The whole trip the only foods being hauled hauled by the cargo boat. Carlo was the ship's only passenger the boat docked in Virginia on December Twenty Third Nineteen twenty one and Carlo illegally entered the country. He walked down the gangplank in his Nettie three piece suit and Black Fedora. His first cousin. Paul Castellano Solano met him. Shortly after he disembarked they quickly headed north to New York City. Carlos stayed in his cousins apartment on Navy Street in Brooklyn near the waterfront. The family quickly put Carlo to work at a trucking company. Paul owned but that was just petty. Cash Ashish not the fortune. He crossed the ocean to find so Carlo reconnected. With a friend from Sicily Tommy Lucchessi. Who helped him? SEGUE segue into the bootlegging business two years before Carl landed on. US soil the Vol- stead act was voted in by Congress. The law banned the manufacture sale or transport of liquor and unintentionally ushered in a violent black market of illegal alcohol. Carlo also helped his cousins the Castellanos with their own illegal liquor operations the Castellanos were affiliated with the Dick Willa Crime family and with an introduction from his relatives Carlo was officially brought into the organization at the young age of nineteen. Jean Carlo had become a made man in the mafia around the same time. Tommy Connected Carlo to the Italian and Jewish gang uncalled the young Turks. The organization included notable crime lords in the making such as Albert Anesthesia. Vito genovese lucky Luciano. Gano and Meyer Lansky pretty soon. Carlo was running liquor for this gang to then in nineteen twenty eight rival aval gangster Joseph. Joe The boss Mazorra gunned down the head of the Deq Willa crime family and absorbed the crew into his own one including the young Carlo. Gambino Joe the boss was the most powerful mafioso in the US at the time and Carlo. Oh was suddenly a key member of his team. Each of these crews were highly involved in robbery. Illegal gambling and bootlegging between between all of them. Carlo always found a way to make money through crime and all that bootleg liquor came in handy on December Fifth Nineteen eighteen twenty six. When Carlo Age twenty four wedded Catherine Cast Delano? The couple was married in Brooklyn the part of New York City where they made their home. If the in Castellano sounds familiar. It's because it's Carlos Mother's maiden name Katherine was Carlos First Cousin at the time it was common practice in Italy and though taboo is still technically legal in New York state today. Meanwhile back in their home home-country Benito Mussolini was continuing in his rise to power and when he became dictator in nineteen twenty two Mussalini began and chasing the mafia out of the country like Carlo. They landed in the United States. The influx of gangsters from Italy led to a new better organized Mafia stateside. One member of this exodus was Salvatori. Marin Zano who was second in command to one of the most powerful Mafia crews in Sicily when Marzano landed in New York he inserted himself into the city's extortion and illegal gambling operations. He figured that since he was coming from the powerful Sicilian Mafia. He was far superior to the knockoff gangsters. In this country. It was only natural troll that he should run things in the United States Joe. The boss disagreed. The clash between the two mobsters sparked one of the largest gang land wars in history. It left scores of bodies flooding. The streets of New York City and Carlo was right right in the middle of it. Coming up. Carlo gets thrown into the line of fire. Don't miss this falls true crime must-listen call me. God God the untold story of the DC sniper investigation from the leading true crime investigative team. 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"carlo" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"carlo" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Yeah yeah yeah it sounds yeah. Yeah but the car the car rocks. I got nothing but good things to say about it. outside of the launch control being a little slow to engage in anyone else. That's a pretty chill knock. Yeah that's a pretty. That's the bucket seats or bucket seats. Three hundred fifty Caro's but I'm you know don't quote me on that. Ah Great though. There are no lumbar so for me. I'm little sensitive to that Late but I also don't like porsches bucket seats like I can't I would i. Would I would probably if I bought one of those have a custom lumbar pillow made for them. Yeah yeah they're not the worst. They're shaped well. You have a Lombard. Need it it is notably absent. Yeah so those are my only real convenient. which aren't really complaints? All right. I mean if the car is eighty grand. Mike the Complaints your car. It's literally your job. Yeah this is true Sir I say complaint so people listening. Don't go like well. I can't do this car now because it's not in my view it's like yeah. It's a pretty minor critiques. Sit in it I but I think there are cars out there that have like mechanical lumbar. Where like you move a lever and you just feel something push against you now? I'm saying inexpensive. I don't know how to make seat someone that recurs yelling right now. But it's a lot of ways lumbar support to a car and to just skip it on this car that has like everything else including electronic to me. The same story goes to to Porsche. We're like porsches bucket seats. I can't like if I drive that car for more than twenty minutes. My back is like get out. Oh really yeah I did. I did twelve hundred miles in them in a couple weeks ago. It was cool and there are people in the office Alastair Weaver my boss like he loves those seats. He's he's he's fine so it's a body percents thing different sizes. Yeah really the seats. Okay believe they do McLaren does McLaren. HR Char- Geiger seat belts which is like impossible to get in and out but once you're sitting in it it's incredible it holds your body in the absolute perfect Ergonomic position. It's amazing that's good as a megan. Yeah good seats are tough to testify. But when you do it's like oh I can't the Mercedes or amd doesn't the best because they employ all those spine surgeons to make their seats fucking awesome like s sixty three. That's a good one. It's got the hot rock DOC. Besides simulated hot stone massage Mercedes also has all that active comfort stuff where you put it on video. That tells you how to move of your legs and I don't know if it's made me down from like the s classes or the S. L. Classes but. Yeah they have like thing you can turn on and it tells you how to rotate your shoulder and the.
"carlo" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Or just like yelling each number. No Yeah I know you just here. I just coming out of the bathroom here. Twenty four twenty five and they're just counting. BMW body. paddles like all over the fucking crazy. So the the issue the issue for me personally was That thing in idle stereo off quite environment has has quite a bit of that doing that. Direct injection noise that sort of sewing knowing machine on. Yeah and then at part throttle like when you're merging on a freeway at a normal human pace that car dot com proud for me so it may be one of the things like your transmission issue that it was just the car that I drove. It could also be something that I didn't really notice because we didn't do any like around Tau drive. You really were. We're on track. And I had a fucking helmet on was beating piss out of it and then we were up kind of doing canyon driving. So did you enjoy it. Dynamically really like that cards and amicably. How good is the right at the right? Amazing amazing in like the funny thing is you know. We're doing some back-to-back driving with other sports cars and the steering doesn't have in comfort mode and all that set up it doesn't have that like immediate nine eleven on right steering right isn't it does boxer spider or spiders the same exactly but thinking about okay. Okay if I'm commuting to work in the middle of this country and I just want to one handed on the freeway at eighty miles an hour that makes a really compelling case. I didn't like the scorned. The sport mode steering. I thought too much weight I drove it in like the Middle One and I preferred that. Yeah and that was the case with a Camaros. Well I thought like I don't like any of those and I've got the Tesla allowed side right now. The the heavy steering stupid in that way too. I don't need that artificial heaviness like but The steering was real. I thought it was really sharp purpose. Slightly video gaming but It's pretty good. I don't know about the square wheel yet. I yeah. New People have complaints. I love the fact that it gives you a really a clear view of the gauge cluster. I and that's the problem with the nine eleven I know. It's charmingly fucking like the nine eleven. The idea that the Germans would do a throwback gauge cluster. That's gorgeous gorgeous. Oranges the steering wheel blocked back back in the day amid it continues to fucking block. It's gorgeous gauge cluster. And I put the wheel at the bottom of the travel. Generally top rim is just boop it's gone on the side gauges fully blocked. And here's the thing with the tax long as you can see redline who cares right. That's the most important part but you know from I'm a just a pure visual standpoint white white. Can I see the issue of of the gauge cluster. Being too wide the shape of the steering wheel if you had a square wheel unless it was a rectangle angle was huge knowing rallies around it really does surround the gay the the screen is.
"carlo" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Six that eighties like thirty five hundred all an MPG play. Because there's so many cars like this guy it's just the gearing as is so ridiculous it's got to be not knowing what the fuel economy standards armchair but could look them up. It's got to be some advantage there but Sex goes to seventy seventy three and third goes to a hundred thirteen. Fourth goes to like one hundred thirty. My problem with that philosophically is like you might as well just have an automatic at that point point. I mean you're shifting you know what I loved about shame because the shift during the paddles are so good like it's fun to use them and it's not hard like nick. It's great yeah. They win when a company does it. Well you know what's great about the Mustang three or four years ago you get really tight ratio gearbox in that thing other twenty fifteen which a lot and that's like great this is why I have a manual shifting. 's Fun this is. Why do experience? Yeah so we don't. We don't need to shift an interest requirement. Especially when you have an engine it probably sounds amazing too. Yeah it's like kind of missed opportunity right. Yeah I mean look you can shifted more jerk but if you you're going to be going as fast as the car will go. You're not going to be doing a lot of shifting your falling out of power if you if you have too much because you don't WanNa read line everything because you don't want to Eh power but yeah yeah I mean if you're if you're on it that power band is really four to eight maybe even five date and so if you want to you know there's not a lot a lot of places you can be going to drive it. s only to drive in you know what though liars sweet. It's still awesome. Yeah you know for one hundred and five grand. which is the price that car? Yeah I think that's the best Porsche you can buy for that money in five a lot is it's a lot but you're just getting into career as at that. That's the scary Tristan on and and you're not getting anywhere near and other engine for that much money in a porsche anymore. And it looks very looking does it. Looks good in. Its and honestly you give zero practicality. Yeah drove I drove it so far. The trunk is huge. The back trunk is huge. The seats are the CARBONS Arbin but they're comfy like they're they're they're made of the the shape of them is the correct shape. So you could sit in it for seven hours and it's fine. Let's end the top up is actually like I was driving. Deepen the triple digits like listening to a podcast at a normal volume. That's one of those unspoken traits a lot of sports cars gain recently. You know like you know power has gone up like comfort is also increase at the same level as performance right like modern in sports cars. These days are really comfortable. You know especially like seven twenty or something like yeah totally drive it every day and when you when you hop in a car. That isn't that comfortable a sports car and it's even if it's faster.
"carlo" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Carlo ause prep resenting the ladies her name is veronica fees from santa anna she works as a retail supervisor at enjoys traveling let's hear for veronica monica good good works veronica i'm gonna ask a stereotypical male questions carlos gills can ask a stereotypical female questions best out of three wins still tied the end of regulation we go to a not so tough tiebreaker question let's start with the ladies premiering on youtube red this week the show cobra kai is a continuation of what movie series sure talks on wax off karate kid carlos twofaced is a brand what kind of products oh man registered makeup you're right harvey dent to face batman no wow that was it took a while to get there though i know we didn't know and none of us did carlos it carlos all right current scarring is one year ago this year question veronica they played their first home game last night who is the brand new soccer team in los angeles l afc is correct carlos bradley cooper and jennifer lawrence enter a ballroom dancing competition in what movie silver lining what's the full title favor that's right guys up to two one here's your quest of roddick i gotta get right to stay in it little companion question bradley cooper provides the voice of what avengers infinity war character.
"carlo" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"And there are words like here like me that have a meaning that depend on who says it if i say i'm carlo is too but if you say i'm carlo is false so the same sentence is depend so i think there is an aspect of reality which is strongly connected to its relational aspect we perceive reality not from the outside but from the inside in these little difference between each one of us obviously and we have to keep this into account and i think keeping these into account it's one of the ingredients for making sense of what time is and maybe also on ingredient learn how to deal with one another it bit better by remembering that so we always have perspective on things and has a slightly different perspective and williams yes and it's so resident in the world right now i mean you know i think like when i'm talking to this conflict resolution person in talks basically when you can almost see it in terms of physics at the the whole experiences that propelled any every individual in group into a room to talk about conflict or to interact are so different and that that all of that is what means all of that is going on swirling around in each of these people infusing what the definition of here or now is but it's all kind of beneath the surface just we don't see that complexity of each other as you're saying just as we don't see the true complexity if you're somewhere you said we realise physics opens windows through which we see far into the distance what we see does not cease to establish us we realize that we are full of prejudices and that our intuitive image of the world is partial parochial inadequate yes if i may say solving not as a physicist but ourselves uber means.