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Son's images show him rescuing Mom from Ian's floodwaters
"Officials in Florida say they're making progress getting power back Meanwhile search and rescue efforts continue with at least 75 confirmed dead Johnny lauder had to rescue his 86 year old wheelchair bound mother stuck in her flooded Naples home Terror and release at the same time He couldn't believe how high the water had risen Some areas that was already up to her chest The county sheriff carmine marceno says the destruction immense first responders going door to door checking for people We can rebuild a home We can get another boat but when you lose a loved one there's just no words that can describe how we feel for that family Animals also being rescued including 275 parrots from a pine island sanctuary owner will peritoneal says if you're an animal lover you don't think about yourself first Just protecting the animals And they all wrote out the hurricane together Well there are family I'm Julie Walker
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"carmine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Conversation, futures positive a third of 1% on the S&P from New York. This is Bloomberg Now the latest news from New York City and around the world, here's Michael Barr. Tom Lisa John with a hurricane Ian death toll in Florida reaching at least 81 many are now questioning if authorities waited too long to issue evacuation orders. Governor Ron DeSantis defended officials. As that storm started to shift, then they took that data and then they acted appropriately. Lee county sheriff carmine marceno, where at least 42 people were killed, the most in the state addressed the criticism. We did what we had to do at the exact same time I wouldn't have changed anything and I know being in those meetings from the very minute. This storm was very unpredictable. The White House says more than 2300 people have been rescued so far. President Joe Biden will announce more than $60 million in funding to strengthen Puerto Rico's resilience to flooding when he visits the island to observe recovery efforts from the devastation left by hurricane Fiona. The president and First Lady, Joe Biden, are scheduled to fly to Puerto Rico today to meet with local leaders and families affected by the storm. The Supreme Court begins its new term today with the conservative majority court expected to rule on cases involving affirmative action, racial, gerrymandering, LGBTQ rights and more. The newest member of the high court is just as Ketanji Brown Jackson, who is the court's first black woman. In her first case today, the justices are being asked to limit the reach of the clean water act, the nation's main law, the combat water pollution. The Nobel committee announced the prize for physiology or medicine's day. It went to a Swiss scientist for his work in human evolution. Thomas Perlman, the secretary of the Nobel assembly announced the winner. The 2022 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine to spontaneous payable will also receive $900,000. One day after Britain's new prime minister Liz truss insisted it wouldn't happen, it happened. She ditched plans to abolish the top 45% rate of income tax for the highest earners plan even some of those high earners opposed because it would have been funded by government borrowing. Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios, this is global news 24 hours a day on air
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"carmine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
". I'm Dave Mattingly. Daylight in Southwest Florida is expected to trigger search and rescue efforts and damage assessments from hurricane Ian. Carmine marsino is the sheriff of Lee county, which includes the Fort Myers area, near where Ian made landfall yesterday as a category four storm. Reports of buildings compromise, we have reports of vehicles being just floating out into the ocean. We have a lot of different things that are coming in, but we don't know exactly what it is. Homes and roads are flooded and coastal areas along the Gulf Coast and authorities report calls from people saying they're trapped in their houses by high water. More than 2 million homes and businesses in Florida are without power, Ian has since weakened to a tropical storm as it continues, moving west to east across the state. Robbie Berg at the national hurricane center says Ian's top sustained winds are down to 65 mph. And it's located over Central Florida and it's moving country to the north northeast and based on that track we think that the sun will move offshore the east coast of Florida through the morning. Ian is expected to make landfall again along the coast of Georgia after it moves into the Atlantic. The federal government says it's stepping up efforts to help Puerto Rico recover from hurricane Fiona, tens of thousands are still without power there. This is NPR news from Washington. On WNYC in New York at 7 32, good Thursday morning and Michael hill mid 50s mostly sunny now today, sunny and a hive 60 gate, heavy traffic into the city. This morning, and we have delays on northbound a trains. In the news this morning, some New York City lawmakers say having a tattoo should not prevent you from getting a job
Anne Ortelee Weekly Weather Astrology
"carmine" Discussed on Anne Ortelee Weekly Weather Astrology
"You talked to your neighbors all that stuff so they they duped out the hostess at the at the bar because they at the front gate. 'cause they didn't have their vaccine cards. Now mind you. There's an outdoor seating. But i guess they didn't want that and they got arrested and put in front of put in front of the desk tickets and after appear in october. First one of them's a doctor From texas and so that's all fine you know and they say wow you know they come up here from texas and beat us up you know so then today. I think it was yesterday. They announced well. They actually had been seething inside the restaurant and they got pushed out of the restaurant and then they had the fight. And i'm like whoa. And of course. Carmine said that is not what happens and they're they're planning a brick black lives matter protests outside of the restaurant. I'm like do people not realize we have video cameras all over the city like i'm sure the front door of carman's carmine is videoed in addition to what the little user video was the guy posted on the internet. And it's gonna show them walking up duping this woman out. They weren't inside sitting down and then told to leave. They weren't called words and names and i was like. Wow wow. this is really interesting. Because mercury is in scorpio answering tomorrow's and lieber. We're going to stir up the crowd. Get everybody mad when in fact they were the ones that started the fight. So that's the energy to watch for you know. Because i always watched what the collective is doing like watch where people are trying to stir up the fight where they're trying to fight with you where they're trying to pick a fight trying to be mean they're trying to get you going or they're lying about how it happened in this case the lawyer relying you know that he you know this is what happened in like you know. That's not what happened. And besides we're duke the woman out but there's also going to be video cameras on all the buildings around showing they never were in the restaurant so then you go well if they lie like that what do you do about it. And so. that's the energy of the week because mercury. This week is going as reason..
"carmine" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The issue of Do you have the Vax card? Don't you have the VAX card? Now? For the record, everybody I got back to nated. I have talked about it. I'm not one of those people who says Don't do it. Don't absolutely Don't do it. I think it's up to people what they want to do. I suggest that you do it, but I also think there is something so wrong with this country. That you've got folks on the border who are just piling in, and they have such a high propensity for Covid 19. We had Tom Homan, who is the former vice director on the show the other day, he said that they have 20% and some of the migrant facilities down there, right on the border Inside America. We're talking about 20% of Covid. Active cases. And yet this administration is just kind of letting everybody come on in. You think that there's no diseases or problems with those people hanging out under a freeway bridge? You got 11,000 of them now. You know, I'm sure there's coronavirus. I'm sure there's a tetanus. I'm sure there's a lot of problems and my heart breaks for them. It really does. I think it is tragic. It is so sad there desperately fleeing trying to get to a better life. On the other hand, you can't have 11,000 people who are not being checked hanging out under a bridge. Because our facilities are overrun, and then that's a free for all. And then here we have it in New York and the latest case at Carmine's, which is a great restaurant there on the Upper West Side. Where there was an incident with three tourists from Texas and they really were, you know, verbally attacking and very upset with the Manhattan restaurant hostess because she was asking for proof that they were vaccinated. It's like now there's this big Vax patrol going on in New York City. Saying, Okay, you know you were not going to serve you. We're not going to do this if you're not vaccinated, And yet our border is free for all. And if you ask the administration, they're like, Oh, yeah, we're letting them through. We're checking sort of. Not really. But yet It's like, you know, it's like you're a leper if you come to a restaurant in New York, and you don't show your vaccination card, I mean, the hypocrisy to me is disgusting. And then there have been all these cases of late where you see all these leaders coming out and saying, Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. Make sure you wear the mask all the time. Make sure you do this all the time. And guess what, Then you see video of them. At a friend's wedding or at a restaurant. Like in Gavin Newsom's case, You know the French laundry hanging out without the mask. So do they really believe that that mask works and that the vaccine we're all these things? If they're not doing it themselves? I hate the hypocrisy that to me, just I stew over that. I hate it. Here is the latest case. In Carmine's restaurant again in New York, where things got really hated. It was three tourists from Texas attacking again, a Manhattan restaurant hostess who asked for proof that they had been vaccinated. Take a listen to that. Oh, Not going down. Yes, like, Wow. You know you're you're going to try to kick me out you get and people get offended and the way it's been handled. And then there was a video the other day of some guy who's walking around target. I thought he worked at target. It turned out He didn't work at target, but he had this like, basically like I'm Vaccine Patrol expert. Are you vaccinated? You have a mask on if you're not get out of here, and he didn't even work there. I mean, things are just getting so cookie and so crazy against our fellow Americans and then get on the southern border. It's like a free for all. Let's go to Kurt and Staten Island. Real quick, Kurt your thoughts about all of this. Go ahead. I read it. Hi, Kurt. What do you think? Um, I wanted to talk about the vaccine glass of my talks. He was telling the storm here and then when we had the blackout on Staten Island Oh, yeah, I remember that curd. I'm glad that you weathered it. Okay, so it's good to talk with you. Um, I want to say this, you know. I am not as already on who should get the covid vaccine or not, you know, but I attempted to get it twice even inspired my fears. I did, but I was redirected for medical reasons. And so like, I can't go to a restaurant. I can't go to a concert, which I love to do. I love live music. And you know, and I'm going to fix you. You know, I get I get tested regularly. You know, and they they provoked people to provide documentation, You know, to say whether it's like husband. So let me ask you as you got your cute little doggie in the background there. Let me ask you, Kurt. Deep people. Oh, wow. You got your hands full there. But Kurt, let me just ask you real quick. Do you feel like you are being ostracized? Because of that? Well, then what? When we moved into another room, um One that yet I mean, I like to go to restaurants have a lot of restaurants in my neighborhood. The mostly like Mexican and Dominican, and I love that. I love their food, you know, and energy. Dare you to? They're facing $1000 flying if if you go in there and you don't have a, uh, covid passport. Yeah. And by the way, Kurt Kurt. Thank you very much for the call, and you have a good weekend and you take good care of your beautiful doggies. But I was going to say to you that yes, I do think that I feel bad for restaurants. I do think that there, you know, I feel bad because there's like you said they're worried about being fine. They're worried about this, but there's something wrong that Our fellow Americans are being ostracized just in general and treated some of them. And meanwhile, the border is wide open. It would be different if that border was wide shut. And they said, Oh, gosh, We're so worried. We're protecting everybody. We're doing this, But how can you say okay? We're going to go after Americans. Um if they're not vaccinated, they're not wearing the mask if they're not doing that, But yet we're not going to go after the folks who are coming from these countries that May have coronavirus and they have a whole bunch of other things. I don't like the double standard and that really troubles me and I feel bad for business owners. I feel bad for everybody. But there's something rotten if the southern border is wide open, and restaurants are closed shut For those who forget a card or or not wearing a mask. I mean, there's just so many of the double standards to me is sickening Everybody. It's 1 808.
Tourists Charged With Assaulting NY Restaurant Host Who Asked for Vaccine Proof
"Says a group of tourists from Texas attacked the hostess of Carmine's restaurant on the Upper West Side. It happened yesterday. Around five. Authorities say tempers flared in mayhem ensued when the hostess says she asked a group of women to show proof of vaccination in order to dine in the restaurant. Police say the hostess was punched and kicked and the attack while it was all captured on cell phone video. Oh, All right. This week, Mayor de Blasio issued a mandate requiring all restaurants to ask or indoor diners to show proof of covid vaccination. The hostess was treated at the hospital. And she is expected thankfully to be okay.
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NYC Restaurant Hostess Attacked Over Vaccine Status Request
"A restaurant hostess in New York City was attacked for checking on a vaccine status a hostess at a popular New York City restaurant was assaulted by three women from Texas after she asked for proof that they had been vaccinated police say the three women punch the hostess at carmine's repeatedly and broker necklace Thursday afternoon the attack left the twenty four year old victim bruised and scratched but she declined medical attention as for the three women they were arrested on charges of misdemeanor assault and criminal mischief they are due in court in October I'm surely employer
Rock N Roll Archaeology
"carmine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Asshole. And then the story about how paul and jean were talking about before. We brought vinnie in the band. And combines like yeah. I wouldn't do it if i was. Just get him for forty dollars a week. Just great stuff and he is like you said zeus. He still boston has asked to an all kinds of projects and stuff. It's amazing tiny. Looks fucking he looks great. It was great. I didn't get to bring up the fact that i remembered him. In those like circus magazines. It'd be like the drummer part. He would have like a tech question about drums circus or hit parade or something and it was like ask carmine a piece and the you know when you're younger you remember the stash. He still has it to yup. Yeah exactly exactly. And then we got to mention to my halt. I've favor videos all cheated. Lie or anything about how funky hope they were hot legs video. And even how fucked up that ozzy bark at the moon video us and that whole story about ozzy and sharon and everything crazy shutting adding crack. Oh my i break out my sharon grab..
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"carmine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"I remember from acting romance of rock-n-rollers always in the top three or five. It was in a hammer of the gods. I remember reading junior high school going story correctly. Yeah yeah well. There's a lot of stuff when you read it. You don't know the back story and then you go. Oh wait a book. A lot of stuff in there was right. Yeah that's where you hear him now but as a kid in junior high all goodness you'd think they're all real stories but that's a great story now how to get i had to ask you on You know for the job so that crazy stories. That's why it's called sex drums and rock and roll. Stick it a matter of fact. When i wrote the book with an getting. He wrote the note. The new judas priest's story That book rope. Line ferries He wrote my book. Any road Heroin diaries and i said do you know she thinks maybe you should calmed down on the sex stories. You should let me tell you something. When you sell these books Middle aged woman been love. It he's really right. There is no matter where even at the pop rock and podcasting. I was so in the book. Woman buys listen. This is triple x. Really x. rated sexy glades every every woman has both that both that i've sold all said the same thing. Awesome grandma every two. We read it so he was riding on that level. The the only other thing. I was gonna say i'm surprised. They're no like tag teams with you. And gene simmons competing with groupies during that time we were indirectly. Because my girlfriend radio chick figured out just on a spreadsheet averaging times you play a week or two six hundred. She's how many genes god. Yeah i would think there's some cross contamination admitted that's awesome. Thanks share in this park carmine before we wrap up because we appreciate every minute that you've given us here at what. What what's your plans for right now. Moving forward hopefully we understand that cove especially in florida's kinda running rampant. Tell us what your plans are. Moving ahead in terms of creativity music. Maybe getting performing gigs lined up with september. We we got a force for day. Run in in a week with me and my brother off after that we got Four or five days with the fudge. Then i'm gonna go to vegas to see rod stewart in. I might play a sexy hot legs with him. Awesome and then. I go continue allaying. My daughter's getting married. After she gets married we start up. Again with another fudge robby. Krieger and then november will shrink his shows with cactus and in the midwest in new york and.
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"carmine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Sorta did nothing. And then finally. I released it on my own label to a couple of years ago and now i'm doing the box set on deco vigo entertainment. I know you do with all those will all those unbelievable projects that you doing. Are you doing something. Correct me if i'm wrong. You're doing something with tommy from kiss. Correct yeah yeah okay. Is that something that like. What what how did you get hooked up. How did you get hooked up with tommy. Recall them okay. does that simple. Okay where my my book called the. Oh i know how we got hooked up the my mixer pat regan who mix original guitars. I've got three tracks one. Derek sereni ins playing on. Oh yeah. I got my guitar player. Guys kodiak the group on managing the play on another track and then pat. Regan was working with tommy on something man. He'd say we should get tommy on something so pathways me tawny and i guess he play on it so i had him play on the same track that there was played on except we didn't play have. There're leads we had. Tommy believes in. Derek wouldn't do video so we did the video with tommy. We did meet tony. Franklin tommy and sky trolley that plays with the angel and things like that. he's also a deka record. That coming out every day is gonna come out october. You know and we had. We had tommy on Hanging in bagging. And we are bruce on hanging bangla singer on hanging bangs. Hurt all those great episode. Yeah we've had we will. We will lucky. Enough to have bruce on our one hundredth episode last december. Bruce came on our show here. but yeah took. But tommy fa- haven't hooked up with tommy where i knew would black black and blue. Yeah i was just going to bring that up yeah require. He's great. He gets a lot of shit from the kiss fans. Though him and eric which is nonsense fans Are i mean how can i say. I love poland gene. And i love the fact that they brought you know the makeup in the show. Kamari alice cooper did that first and then not even in fucking rock hall of fame you know right. I know i know kiss work to get. I'm glad i've been a hard workers they are. You know come on alice. Cooper jane in our scoop is not in there and even one step back. I just did a recording with oscar. Brown we did fire. You may me and brian. brian vinyl keyboard young. He was the guy. Alex lift up to. That's right he's not in either too busy. It's a luckily got in. I mean they did a lot of stuff i mean. They got unbelievable fans and made an unbelievable money. Bill aucoin unbelievable. Managing really helped build that whole saying. I mean i know that yeah. Did you ever meet his Partner sean delaney. Yes i just saw shot at the rock and pod sean. Since passed this bill coins. Old partner sean. Delaney was in the early days of our new sean delaney. Her was it came up to me to or maybe was an impersonator sean delaney. Back right and think about your right sean delaney depends but i did know sean delaney. He had a coin. Billy gaff rods manager. Sean delaney tony tune publicist for their all. Gay all friends and they were all friends you know. And you know when..
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"carmine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Cactus fans yup. No so this. Hit me like wow. This is great. You know japan them in the old. I mean the new these guys on a cactus. We became really good friends on that tour. You know and then. It was about a falling apart. Because billy wasn't happening. Don't you remember the last one. Levski studio fifty four in in new york. You know we killed it there. We killed it and then and then we got us tour and then nothing happened and then some stuff started happening with elephants. Do vanilla fudge live racket. And maybe some shows in. John didn't like that so we disagreed. You know kinda parted ways but then they brought somebody else into second album and it wasn't happening so then they hired me as studio musician to do the second album you know and i did. The second album came back. Because i i play within his life together like a glove. Anybody else that filled in there didn't work right within in sound light. You know and then a pod. Because john got really depressed after the first album. Make me I would bet you my house that that record was going to go all the way such a great record. I mean i agree. It is saying that bob. Ross mike frazier amazing engineer deduction team. I remember meeting. John went to they mixed in. La me and john went to the mixes they balanced everything to digital and we said look. We think you should mix it on on on analog. Don't do digital digital sucks. And john and bob ross turned to set of either. Get the fuck out of here and then stop mixing right now. Wow okay. we're going well. That was like eighty nine right. I think so twin like poison and all the other things that take time innovating nine km ninety started coming grunge dinosaurs. We could work. Should we have that bam mother's army with couldn't get signed over here for nothing. We went out and toured with juno. Nobody now everybody's saying you're in reviews just like dinosaurs so we just held back. I spent the whole ninety s japan. Tony with jeff watson went there with my own tour super session. Volume two is ready to rod. I went there the volume. One hadn't eric carmen. Tom petersson barringer he sold. We played the buddha console. Vowed that always be gigs Volume two. And that was kelly queuing tony franklin mitch perry.
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"carmine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"He signed this but his forte was getting radio airplay that they moved them up to anr we went to a anr because he signed this and they had somebody didn't do his job radio. We didn't make soup this. He went back to anr. Our albums were over. They signed poison. Say no more okay. so then. that's that. John sykes when i when we did the second king cobra record. I was asked to do that. Big whitesnake wreck in join whitesnake really. Wow on and david asked me to do that record. While i'm sorry we send those days signed to a major label your own deal and i'm gonna signature on the deal. I said i have my own snake to deal with. I can't do it the capita i recommend it. I want you get like ainsley. Somebody cozy just left yup. I hope there's a whole click. You know cozy bottom cozy me aldridge as easily dhankuta. So they got as the sole twenty seven million records. I could've shot myself. So then i heard the tony franklin and john sites was thought in a band. Blue murder and cosies. The drama. ray. Gillam was a singer and i said wow i would love to play. Those i love sites is playing. Tony's playing then. I heard cozine ray rouse i said. Well how am. I going to get a hold of this guys. I don't know how to get hold of. I specifically went out of my way. Fine john and tony really. Yeah so. I said well. Let me see what i can do here. There in england my brother vinnie's going to england with dio. He's gonna be playing three nights a four nights at hammersmith. I'ma go to when vinnie's there and do deal is all those guys who everybody and i'm gonna find out of anybody that knows how to get. Holy john sykes. They'll be there they'll shows because that's wasabi and sure enough. I found chris. Welch chriswell Melody maker magazine. He was the big guy. Okay you gave me. John sykes stepdad's phone number. I called him. I said look in england. I know you guys are looking for a drummer. I'd like to come down. They said great. Come on down. I went down. A joe had a car. I only had one is funny ahead. One cassette listen to it. Was opponent vacation aerosmith three hour drive three hour dr bags along. I knew every note on record by the time. I got there and came back. But when i got there two in the morning tony mentally at a hotel because he was stand hotel and he busted the bar open. We had a drink. I'm not a drinker retarded A drinker analogy a druggie. Was everything now. And then the next day we went into john. Sykes is that step. That had a studio in the house of john grew up in a proper recording studios cozy powell's drums and then we just played played. Some of their songs. I played in john's kima came up to me and said i smoked bulla. Hash of course and then they came up to me and said oh my god john said we play with ainsley. We play tomjanovich replay with everybody. You.
Rock N Roll Archaeology
"carmine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"This ugly entity to me like we're talking to him. I'll get much sharp story with led zeppelin. Maybe that's discussed here like there is so much shit you can get into this stuff from the album review crew that we get into with him and that's why we ask them you know he brings up poison in a couple of things. There's a lot of fun stuff in here. We were ecstatic. We think you will be to tommy for any other words. You want to add before we go into this just real quick one thing i want to add is the one the other thing i love about this raw honesty. Just telling you what he thinks and he does not care i. It's just it's just rau- honesty and that's what we want. He's got experiences like no one else out there and he's telling the stories and he's telling the truth what he thinks what. He saw his experiences. Just fantastic stuff. We hope you guys enjoy it. Yeah the music industry everything you name it. He'd goes into it guys. This is a great one and we are so proud to have gotten this interview and he's turned out to be a great guy so Here it is carmine. A piece all right so we got a legend in the house tonight. He has been in the bands. Vanilla fudge cactus blue murder king cobra when they opened for kiss on the asylum tour. He's played with such legends. As with jeff beck rod stewart rick derringer ted nugent. Pink floyd ozzy osbourne. Paul stanley vinnie vincent among others and he is our fellow pantheon. Podcast brother and speaking of brothers. He's doing a show with his brother. Also drum legend vinnie apathy co host of hanging in bang and we are thrilled to have drumming icon. Legend carmine a piece on the show. Today carmine welcome. Are you doing man. I got a question for you. Is that a real. Mike or is other mike ono. This is a real might go hit oversees nascar's i met with the owner of christian. Peter actually yeah. So he's they said we gotta get on. Mike's a sound better. So we're gonna use my so tonight. I'm gonna use my girlfriend. My girlfriend has a podcast called a life. Story major Talk show host in new york city for years. Opposite howard stern. She used to get like the number three ratings. Six seven hundred thousand people that they got this great podcasts. About old people and christner say man. She's got a great salad on there. As we gotta do for you guys. I said okay so tonight. I'll be using a mike eagles. No you sound great. You sound great. Now it's working force. Yeah the so before we get into the interviews every time we have a guest on. Because we're kiss podcast. We'd like to have some fun with our guest to ask some questions just to get to know where you stand a kiss fan fun. Harmless questions is gonna fire those off and we're gonna get into the interview. Are carmine so i one. We asked favorite kiss member.
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"carmine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Send us a message. Come by yeah. We'll set something up. Bears around you know problem beers are on you vo fan bud lights. Yes do this yes. We'll see you on wednesday. Make sure you find us. Contact us online. If you guys going to be a show tom Or moving on to the actual interview. We just conducted and when we when we joined pantheon and they told us you know. We're gonna have carmine vinnie. I c. I can't even see a piece brothers end a piece. We were super excited. And we've been planning this for quite some time. We've finally got a time that works for our schedule and car minds and we got a pretty lengthy interview with him and it's filled with fascinating stuff for us so we went on a little bit of a little bit. What would you say a little personal privilege that we talk and asked about some other subjects that we like about rock and we hope that. We think that you guys like you to as much as the stuff that he discusses about. Kiss fascinating legendary larson legendary. Yeah when you get somebody like carmine a piece on here with the with the track record that he has the resume the history that he has. You can't just have him on and talk about the stuff that he's had with kiss which which is a lot. We had to pick his brain and like zoo. Said we go off a little bit but we know that you're not just kissed fans who listen to the show that you're rock music. Classic rock metal. Whatever he he he talks and just listening to somebody like him with the experiences that he's had with the people he's played with. You can't help but want to listen to it more. And he just he just loved to. He loves to talk about his history and he should. Because it's an amazing story. Yeah so this is a guy that can boast that. He didn't see him in concert. He not with these people so he's friendly with jimi hendrix. The lead led zeppelin rod stewart. Cass you name it. He knows it is on the sullivan. Show he's every. Drummer knows him in quotes him at one point i talk about great trade show arms book bonzo off the air. I think i talked about him with him. As a book called. Thirty rock drummers remembering the legendary john bonham and another oral history book. Greg is the great great writer. We had him on our show when we did the The kiss non makeup book that he did and he also has a biography on eric. Car wrecks awesome does oral history. Books and ole miss book is like thirty drummers. Talking about incredible. John bonham is half of them. Bring a bit Carmine sr name. Y'all talk about well. yeah carmine. A piece actually came a little bit before the bottom bottom was influenced by carmine apiece..
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"carmine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"I also remember thinking how embarrassed. I was appalled videos if it was your only exposure to kiss paul that time then i guess it would be fine but i remember thinking. What is this fucking guy thinking. Paul should have been hanging out with jim and saul rubbing small little sandbox. It's each other in those videos And then he goes into the question of the week talking about. Would we talked about with ace and peter Thanks guys justin. Steel great stuff. Our good friend west beach gentlemen. Thanks for delivering another entertaining and informative show. I'd been thinking about giving this album. Listen and then i saw. This was your latest episode. And i also got the limited version tom. I've always been a fan of the two new songs. They are catchy as hell in rock harder than anything else on the album. They both had good videos to go along with sub-standard models notwithstanding been a long time. Since i listen to smashes and now go back and check it out with years on and see if i agree with eighties remix and sound and he goes on and talks about sonny's clues in the kiss clue game. Great stuff awesome west. Thank you kevin northern. Hey guys as always other great episode. I like the idea of putting out a compilation at this time and don't mind some remixing tweaking to make those songs unique to that album. Like you guys mentioned the beginning of dr love and double platinum and also firehouse from that album. Being bumped up and pitch but going for the production of the time from you is unnecessary. In just sounds terrible. They could have easily covered everything in their catalogue up to that point and made great double album collection a double platinum to electric boogie blue. If you will thanks always for all you do for the show for making us loud. Castro's a part of it awesome kevin. Thank you and then we will finish up with rod gum and you love. Podcast has a new fan. Found out about your podcast couple of months ago. From as you say stewart. I live in our south of vegas and as a transplant from pawtucket rhode.
Rock N Roll Archaeology
"carmine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"I have to agree with a lot of that jason. We came in around the same time. Yup paul heater. I can't get over paul's criticism. Some tracks as kitschy wikipedia. His definition of kitsch art or other objects generally speaking appealed to popular rather than pie art tasting. Kitchens also related to the concept of camp because of its humorous ironic nature. Paul seriously kisses kitsch. Only you gotta push. This is why i love listeners. They pull no dictionary definitions of putting colin powell out. I love it well. Good for them. The fact graham richly. The fact that this album is the biggest seller stinks as bad as those skid marks panties very savage the massive this after this one..
Rock N Roll Archaeology
"carmine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Keep up the great work being towners. Tom no stop what he calls us. Beaten boston says beantown. Nope we love you. Mike but stop. Yeah johnny jetson rock-solid michael mikhail holes. The sound is off to poppy. brian harris hate. Load the test. Let's put the accident. Sec lemus dumbest. Most moronic song ever written record by anybody in music history while yeah you're wrong one hundred percents on it. You know you might not like it to say. That's the worst song of all time. That's that's terrible opinion. Fads brian darryl fence. But that's horrible. Yeah exactly so over our group page. Jim schmitz this album was my gateway to kiss. Great memories ryan cruzel. I like eric. Cars version of. Beth is much as peter chris. I know i'm in the minority but it was my first version and happens us. Brennan beria my go-to version of love. God i absolutely love the remixed they put on it do not. Many people jumped in on that and agreed that is insane. I mean jebsen did on all of that. I'll have a gibson's dropped on his head. One too many times at jepson go get vaccinated bra. Kevin jebsen when this came out. I loved it and listened to it all the time because it was kissed. Now i really do unless it's love gun love that version but i am a sucker for the two new songs man. You guys had me cracking up again. I sure hope we can hang out for some drunk laughter in the buffet on the cruise has ever manner system and who the buffet at the harrow. Club and talk about cute. Piss cakes mr feces. What normal people talk about. We love your kevin davao by daniel. People's i thought sonny pony was the authority on chick heat index. I don't even know what that means. But i think he's. I think he means like like rating the hotness of chicks i think yeah because he's commenting on jebsen and those ugly change. No ponies just just comments on bridget fonda. That's it and is awful taste in music and checks. Scott maze like you guys said great star pack for kis beginner plus..
Rock N Roll Archaeology
"carmine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
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"carmine" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"It's ever been. We actually have a wedding list, and everyone is literally wanting to come aboard and they want to serve. And in this day and age when you turn that TV on and you see everywhere, USA Their problems. Thankfully, we don't have that here and we don't we have law and order and what they do have is a sheriff in administration that stands with them and back them and allows them to do their job. You know, Sheriff. I get home a couple of times a year, and I hope someday I get to meet you. My brother speaks so highly of you and I appreciate the time on the air and from everybody in Arizona. We want to thank Lee County for stepping up and sending people to do this a united we stand. That's why we're a great country. There's no cost. You can put on saving lives and protecting lives. And we're there together. All right. Thank you, Sheriff. Thank you. That is Sheriff Carmine Marcelino from Lee County, Florida, My hometown and very I just a great A great sense of support for law enforcement for the rule of law. I'm just glad that they're doing this. It's unfortunate that we're sending the call out this way. This is a federal issue. I'm glad that he said that it's not political, because I don't believe that it is. I think the issue of border security in Arizona is one we all share. There is a complex issue when it comes to, um, when it comes to all things to do with the border, we understand, and I totally understand that there is an absolute need for comprehensive immigration reform. I think we need to do a better job with our immigration system in this country, but What the sheriff's talked about it in the huge percentage rise in fentanyl coming across the border and methamphetamines coming across the border, but also the couple of 1000% increase in sex trafficking that's coming across the border. It affects not just Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, California. This is something that affects us nationwide and so securing the border and sending a message that we will is something I think that is a strong message that needs to be sent. Number one. But we also after sending that message need to do something to solve our immigration issues. I agree with that wholeheartedly, But, um, I am thrilled that people are answering the call. And maybe others will. No one is looking for a battle. And I mean a real physical battle. No one is looking for a war. What people are looking for is security and our police agencies in border towns are suffering and being overwhelmed because they don't have the firepower, and they don't have the manpower that the cartels do. And so our state is stretched. Then we have the border strike force with our highway patrol. But having other people here that are saying we understand this is a national issue is encouraging. So a big thank you to Sheriff Martino from Lee County in Florida, and I'm very thankful that he took the time out to come on this morning. In a moment we talked with Gato since the Big Q poll question of the day. And then we will talk about President Biden and the tax plan with one of our Arizona's own congressman Schweikert. All that's coming up in just a few moments. First, Let's talk about trade and wealth, You know, trade and wealth has been around Arizona for a long time. There's a couple of things When I've talked with Jeff Jr and the team. He's assembled number one. They.
Decibel Geek Podcast
"carmine" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast
"And And there's ninety one ninety ninety one. I started doing a winner. You know and that's started doing up. Hammered shop. Thinking of blue murder was good because we had all his name. Guys got bob daisley jeff watching joel turner and put together this mother's army man that did really well in your inch. Pack deals out of japan. And then while i was going on i came up with this concept to this ketosis and then when i got the deal out of japan and said it had all these guys on got kelly. Keeling was on the second. Blue murder album sang that song. I'm on fire which was a great song and he. He helped write songs. I think she got the credit for it And that at tony. Franklin i should do. I want to sound to be like bloomberg to meet. Soundgarden makes to beatles right. That was the concept of music would kelly. And that's what we got and that you know. Should i continue that. And i. It was two thousand. Then we jonah. Tony even friends multiple times bloomer. Tony was laden drug addicts hall. Eq you know headed for an overdose but in one thousand nine hundred and he's got religious started doing getting middle eastern kind of religion. Meditating all at totally straightened himself out ended up couple of years later in two ninety got married why i that i knew from king cobra days from johnny roj wife's friend and she's a wonderful lady. It'd been together ever since they have a kid now sixteen to eighteen year old daughter and they live in the same areas. My brother my brother's any liz. And i'm always in touch with him. In touch tally. We went to japan while john sykes was doing he tried to do blue murder japan and fans wouldn't have it so he's is future albums which is called sykes. Yeah and he had sky tommy on aren't drums and malcolm and dozer our base you now. And then he was doing thin lizzy as well right. You know. I mean tony doing called pearl in japan that probably as big a big insights in japan and and that album second album actually went platinum japan. Right i was gonna say 'cause as is in the united states it didn't get that much shine indefinitely didn't get the shyness should've but in japan you guys were pretty damn big. We were when we first went to japan. It's really funny. Because there was burned magazine they get an article on did legendary trios in rock and rock up to nine thousand nine hundred eighty nine so bad jimi hendrix cream now. Pba and blue murder. I don't i say this is for a great two of them. I was i was really big in japan to my career i was touted a big followings. Your parents. John had a big following from from whites. They antonio following from a firm showing. You put all of us together. We twelve thousand people in tokyo this trip and different venues. There's video of that on youtube. That's how i was a bullet. Yeah it's it's pretty wild you know. How huge crowd is and you guys are on fire on fire. And i had my my king cobra lighting guy in rhody and he puts a light show together and you know we had good lights from the beginning. I mean we took out five roadies when we first opened up for bon. Jovi and billy squire. We had a crew of five people. We had two buses. I mean you know we would travel like the headliner. So it's a while but actually starring and we tried to put it together again on know two thousand twelve fifteen or me. Tony jam with john with your friends and it just didn't work out. You know. Joe montana certain building. I didn't agree with it. And tell me incline. And tony was going to do some with them and then nothing happened. And he quipped and lizzy in two thousand eleven now to do blue murder and we actually had gauge booked in europe stuff in. We had a manager that was managing at the time and somehow between him and john and everything a blown out and it was an engine. Never got picked up again. I tried to bring a manager in with john and everything that she's never worked out. Answer shame to shans amazing and now can never work out it anymore. I personally for health. Reasons won't go to japan or europe anymore. Because i am the death experience when i went the last time in two thousand eighteen. My when my brother. Oh wow. I almost didn't make it home alive. So what happened so i had these massive nosebleeds you know and Conditioned app ongoing. And i never know when it's going to happen again. So saw me making. Emily doing gigs in america. Yeah wow that sounds scary. And then after that i had surgery and stuff in two thousand eighteen i toyed with the rascals and i didn't go out of the country a- gonna take care of your for sure so now anything i do is in america and it's like chanel. Fudge goes to europe replacement that i use for him as cactus goes. I can ask my brother vintage ago. My face right so but it's a blue murder reunion got as close as actually having dates on the books. We almost got there. We almost did decided book back in two thousand twelve. Thirteen right after lifting lizzy the same manager. And he used the strength of john. Plummeting in lizzy and strengthen we. Actually we're gonna be. This thought thin lizzy kept change. Phone next slated at guam. Bring me intone incident lizzy. Wow i so as blue murder incite than lizzy.
Why Is Carmine, a Dye Made from Bugs, So Popular?
"Red Velvet cake and strawberry ice cream aren't only in the. They'll satisfy your sweet tooth. They likely share common ingredient made from a not so common source that gives them their red to pink Hue. That's Carmen a natural Red Dye, also labelled as cockatiel extract, e, One, twenty or natural, red dye four, and it owes its beauty to a teeny tiny bug, the female coach Neil Bug to be precise. In addition to its possible gross out factor, this tasteless FDA approved extract has a history full of. and. Intrigue a Betsy Ross even used this bright red dye to make red stripes on the very first American flag. The Koch Neil is a slate bug that feeds on prickly pear. Plants grown throughout Mexico South America southwestern United States, and the Canary Islands off the coast of Spain. The male Cockatiel plays its own unique role in nature, but it's the wingless legless female that interests dye makers. If you go looking for her, you won't find her vibrant red bounty on display. The female Koch Neal's grey exterior is covered in a white powder that protects her from predators as well as the scorching sun. And since the juice from CACTI her only source of nutrition, she boroughs in his. A bit stubborn about releasing her hold. In order to harvest the Koch Neil, the prickly pear pads are cut and brought to factories so that the bugs can be pulled out and processed, but it takes some serious people power. Approximately seventy thousand continentals are needed to create just one pound of die. That's a little less than half a kilo. Once harvested bugs are dried ground and mixed alcohol, solution or other compounds like borax. They give way to a vibrant long-lasting die that can be used to make colors from scarlet purple to pink to Peach. have been used to color everything from textiles to pottery, since the Neolithic period or New Stone Age with the majority, sourced from vegetables, plants and trees. Bugs have had their place to not only the Koch. Neil, another elusive die associated with wealth enroll status. Tyrian purple was made from the glands of snails. Neil bug is native to Mesoamerica. The AZTECS are believed to be the first to use Carmen to fill their lives with stunning shades of Crimson, when Spanish colonizers arrived in the Americas learned about Carmen and built enormous wealth by monopolizing the cockatiel market Spain kept the source of the color secret, and even made export the die a legal punishable by death. Coveted by the wealthy. The Royal Family is in the artist's crossed Europe. This die created fertile ground for contention. Those cumbersome and secretive production methods certainly made Carmen expensive. The car itself was an explosive part of Carmen's mystery and popularity. We spoke with Amy Butler. Greenfield author of the perfect read via email. She said red is the color of blood fired that end desire, and we can't help it. Respond to it on many levels. It makes her eyes dilate, and our breath come faster, and it's freighted with symbolic meaning. Also there are very few natural dyes that make a lasting bright true read so good ones had the value of rarity. Ounce ounce. Kacha new is the most powerful natural red dye in the world. That's why it was prized. When industrialization arrived in the mid eighteen hundreds, the demand for textiles increased dramatically and created a need for more cost effective dies. Chemists began to use petroleum and coal to formulate synthetic ones ultimately reducing the need for the Cockatiel bug. The shift towards synthetics pushed Carmen to the background, but it didn't disappear, and now it's making a comeback. Showing up on ingredient lists for anything from cake POPs to lipstick. Greenfield said when reports started linking synthetic grads to cancer and hyperactivity, and as people started taking an interest in natural foods in general, the market for catch. Neil began to rebound. So if Carmen is a natural product without the negative long-term effects of why did the coffee giant starbucks along with numerous other companies? Stop using it to add colour to their products. Well Carmen is safe for the majority of people can cause an allergic reaction, and besides that safety concern folks like Vegetarians vegans and people who keep kosher helped advocate for the change, but no matter whether you find eating a bug, appalling, fascinating or dangerous for such a tiny insect. The Koch Neil Bug has certainly left a vivid mark on culture, beating attractions, the beauty and power of red.
"The underworld. Today's quote comes from Salvatori profanity. An influential captain in the most famous Colombo crime family based in New York City for fought. She's actions were ruthless but they were necessary to keep the families disputes away from authorities. Nowhere was this sentiment more apparent than in his famous quote. Goodfellas don't sue goodfellas goodfellas kill goodfellas cheese. Father Joe was the original head of the crime family before his death in nineteen sixty two in the years. Following the family was taken over by Joseph Colombo. The younger prophecy never expressed regret over. Not taking over for his father. He knew it was best if he worked outside of the limelight. Things were easier to accomplish in the shadows while Prophet. She never led the family. His role was important in keeping the peace profound. She was known to be a great mediator. Inter family disputes and was called in to squash any problems for example in nineteen ninety two a mob lawyer in Philadelphia named Salvatore threatened to sue a mobster named carmine Franco Avena accused Franko of skimming money off the top of their Waste Management. Racket without telling him as if the accusation itself wasn't enough to stir up trouble. Avena wanted to take the matter to court. Never the best idea for a criminal organization. The fifty-six-year-old flew in to settle the dispute at the behest of the Colombo family Ci Son was also married to a Venus daughter so in addition to helping the crime family he was protecting his own family profonde. She begged Wien not to file a civil suit. Exposing the entire business in front of a judge would lead to more charges against everyone but Avena was steadfast. That's when pro fauci uttered his famous quote to survive the mob. You had to avoid the courts. This wasn't how things were run instead. Violence was the law of the land. Profonde she didn't want Vena killed. He was family but if he didn't relent. That would be the only way forward. It took some more working over but Avena down. He and Franco settled their deal out of court weeks. Later the problem was federal officials. Had bugged. Evine is office. Every word of his conversation with Prof Archie was heard and some of prophecies comments were used to pin his men on a slew of charges. It was the biggest and most ironic slip up of his career. But he himself ultimately didn't face prosecution he was able to retreat back into the shadows just the way he liked it after a few more years of peacekeeping by the early two thousands prof
In The Gate
People Not Numbers
"Welcome back to win the gate as we all await for the angel of death to pass over our houses and spare us much of the ancient Israelites. Did in the book of Exodus. You know the tenth plague. We take the time to remember a couple of people in the horse racing community who unfortunately were not spared specifically in the harness racing world. John Brennan was a four decade owner and trainer starting up at the harness track in Saratoga and then at the meadowlands in New Jersey he died on Tuesday march tenth at the age of sixty nine. Just as much of the world started shutting down. He was the first cove nineteen victim overall. Who LIVED IN THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY? John Brennan lived New Jersey but had recently been working as an official at yonkers. Raceway in New York where he came into contact with trainers carmine. And Vincent FUSCO carmine age. Fifty Five Vincent Age fifty three and their mother and sister all died from the virus within six days of each other carmine Vincent and their sister Rita were three of eleven fusco children. Carmine FUSCO lived and trained standard breads in eastern Pennsylvania and like John Brennan and New Jersey Fusco was the first resident of Pennsylvania to die from the virus to put into perspective. What these deaths mean in the context of the corona virus. We welcome in here to win the gate. Mark Ford who is also a trainer and the president of the standard bred breeders and Owners Association of New Jersey. What did think as you heard of John? Brennan staff and that of the whole Fusco family to start with John job better than I were very very dear friends and he was one of these guys. Was I CONTI? Act like every day he was going to the hospital about something and you know after a while you sort of like put it off. He said what's John You know. It's no big deal but he been sick for it. Seemed like forever and finally we were supposed to travel on Friday going to be. Usda meetings in Columbus. And I talked to him on Monday at two o'clock in the hospital and the money was also the day of reckoning here with all these arrests being made and He was pretty upset over that you know a lot of the people we knew were involved in such and Tuesday morning. They've got another call at six o'clock and John died during the night so it really it really put things in perspective and really they really should be because he was such a dear friend and essentially dear friend of the industry to he was In a paddock. Every night at offers and it'd be horsemen had for years and years and towards the last two years he'd been the horse runs at the office and a USDA actor for the last twenty years or more and John was always there fighting for the horsemen and not only a real good friend and a really really good guy and I'm sure that they understood. We'll certainly miss him and It's been it's been one shock. You know for everyone so I certainly remember watching him drive at the meadowlands when I was growing up and remember when he was part owner and trainer of sugar trader. Who in two thousand and three finished runner up in the sport's biggest race. The HAMMEL Tony and one. Another leg of the trotting triple crown. The yonkers trot sugar trader. Crank it up at shooter trader effortlessly on now to take the lead solicitor. Hanauer given way on tours locked in third but as they come towards the top of the stretch and sugar trader has given them the slip. It's sugar trader by five. The forty nine edition of the front goes to sugar te traitor and I believe John. Brennan was on the Board of the standard bread owners of New York for more than three decades. What was he like as an administrator? He knew everything was going on and he was he. He's a true friend of the Horse. Didn't have a big family. Didn't have any kids. But he spent a Lotta time with the horsemen and more or less adopted a lot of their kids and you know he was. He had lots and lots of friends around and they just like he was. He was truly wanted to shock you. You just can't believe that you know he's saying he's not around. I come to New York. He was the first person if people that you meet on the backstretch man. He always said not big stable. But you don't have the ten or twelve all the time and was always was always there and it's Just terrible Shaw Mark. Ford of the Standard Bread Printers and Owners Association of New Jersey is with us here on indicate one of the sisters of carmine and Vincent fusco said to everybody. This is a virus to us. It's a person. What do you know of the effect these deaths have had on the FUSCO family or dear friends with carmine FUSCO for years and years? We traveled together. We he was ten of mine for for years and trillion our good friend and You know you've been in New Jersey. This is a blue collar family that has been working in the horse business for years. I mean the mother father three or four of their brothers and sisters and was just you know like you can't imagine freeholder Jersey off the festival family there's just so many of them and Vinnie Ginsburg is whether leading drivers freehold us. A few of and It's just it's one thing to lose a member of their family. I mean very very tight met brothers and sisters but I know a couple of years ago. They lost their father for for national causes. And it was such a you know such a big deal. But now you use parminder matriarch for the family and then his mother and sister and it just keeps going and then Vinnie was probably You know as long as they're just New Jersey people that I've been around forever and ever expected to be going anywhere else and have you understand this. I mean it's just it wipes you know like a big big part of your A big part of you that you know pop the Horse Population and as well as that. They're all good friends to an exam for personally. It's been a terrible we command you know. Life must go on but It's not GonNa be near as easy as well. I'll get to that in a second just so our listeners. Know carmine FUSCO SERVED A five-year ban starting in two thousand twelve from multiple drug offenses involving his horses. Much like Rick detro- in the thoroughbred world. Now as you know several thoroughbred tracks have continued to run with limited personnel on site during this pandemic with deaths actually occurring in the harness world. How are people and tracks coping and moving forward? It's it's just one of those things where this has happened so fast. I know it's been two weeks now since this happened but people were walking around the days. I mean it's just rocked our whole world. I mean it's one thing to cancel the racing where it none of us. Hannity income but this is real. I mean like you look for them. It's hard to believe that on my bus goes not maybe year anymore or five or six of the people that we deal with literally on a daily basis. Aren't going to be here anymore and It's just devastating. I mean I don't think people talk about a dose of reality. I mean for one thing if someone was killed in a car wreck I mean you could more and you can get over it or the family was You know if the whole fusco Harry was killed on a for instance a car wreck or a house fire or something or you. Can you think it over and you know that's the way life is? It's terrible we have to go on but with this stuff. It could be one of us tomorrow. I mean it's I mean people. I'm sure to take this theory seriously at all. Or maybe they're still not taking it seriously enough but these are things that we have to deal with. And it's this is a tremendously big deal because you know it could be any one of us tomorrow or the next day. It's it's serious stuff. I don't think you've seen media. Mark Ford President of the Standard Bred Breeders Own Association of New Jersey. Thank you so much for your time and for your candor and we hope that all of you can find peace and stay safe. I thank you very much and We'll be in
The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
Why Do Our Tax Dollars Support Unhealthy Food?
"Juan. Focus on something. Really Kinda scary. Which is our government policies and part of you know how I got into this as a doctor. My patients are sick from eating the wrong food. Why food the food system? Why do we have the system? Well it's our food policies. Why don't we have the food policies? What's our food industry? That's driving the policies and funding so much literally billions of dollars. So I just sort of take you through a few simple policies that I think could be changed and then I'm working to change to the future campaign which I love you all to be a part of The first thing we're in talk about is food stamps or snap now. They were great thing and they helped me hunger and food insecurity their forty six million people in America who part of the snap program including one in four children. That's the good news and it does help address the hunger issues but it definitely doesn't address the health issues and study after study showing that people who are on snap are not as healthy and that actually. Wellington disease and other risk issues. Why because there are no nutrition guidelines and snap now you have to realize this is probably the biggest government program ever. It's seven hundred thirty five to fifty billion dollars depending on the year. Ten Year Program at seventy five billion a year Which is mostly junk food when you look at the stats on. What the things that people buy arts? It's seventy five percent junk. Food and ten percent is soda our thirty plus billion servings a year for the poor that we pay for his tax payers their government pays for it. And why isn't there nutrition guideline? There seems like there's something it should be like that their school lunch guidelines as women and Children Program Guidelines. But for some reason there's no guidelines and it's not by accident there's a huge amount of lobbying effort that prevents the government from changing it. There's hunger groups for example funded by the Soda Industry that fight any reduction or removal of processed food or sugar sodas from the Food Stamp Program and and there's a huge amount of benefits that goes to these companies. I Read I think that twenty percent of Cokes American revenue comes from food stamps and Walmart out of the seven hundred thirty five billion about one hundred thirty billion go to Walmart for for food and not all. His food has some great food but I doubt they're buying the veggies so it's really a huge issue that we're helping the poor not be hungry but we're not making them healthy and so there's a lot of effort to think about. How do we put nutrition or in back in the Food Stamps Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program? Because right now it's a lot of calories but not a lot of nutrients and we need to improve that. I think it's really important. Initiative and there's groups like the bipartisan Policy Initiative in Washington. That's a group of senators and Congressmen and and and Agriculture Secretary from both parties. That have really come together to look at this and they think we should ban soda from the Food Stamp Program where she put an interesting guidelines. Great study showing if you incentivize people think and use incentives and also disincentives. It works in other words. If you increase the amount of money you get to buy vegetables. Let's say they do it with for example thirty percent increase of dollars. You get one point three dollars or an extra thirty cents to buy vegetables if you do that. Great with Simpson. But if you want to buy soda maybe you get seven seven cents on the dollar seventy cents on the dollar instead of one hundred thirty cents so there's a lot of ways incentivize people and it works. They show that it really works. It's double bucks for example for Farmers Markets. Where you can go? If you go to a farmer's market you get You know instead of one dollars two to buy my whatever you want. If he's long fresh food. There's all sorts of ways to do that so the food stamp program really is a big issue and it can be really improved and it can really help. Because we're paying for the Medicare Medicaid and these patients need after they get sick The next big category is Dietary guidelines which have improved over the years for sure. But it's a little scary because they are now a political tool The dietary guidelines are recommended by an advisory group. That's a science group although many of them have conflicts of interest and And then they give it to the government and then the government decides was out so for example last time they recommended we should have environmental considerations in our dietary guidelines and the government said no way that was a problem and then we have for example the corruption of the science and last guidelines approach the trump administration recently said we cannot look at anything about ultra processed foods by the way which kills eleven million people. So count any science about that and we can't look at Anything for example on the dietary guidelines that have to do with looking at mead or low carb diets or any other restrictions. They looked at all. You only look at studies. They were done after two thousand that cuts out a lot of really good studies that should inform our guidelines that were well done. They could government studies. You can locate and in science studies. How does that make any sense? So it's really pretty corrupt. National Academy of Sciences. Put a report showing just how bad it was. A number of years ago made recommendations which sadly are not being followed so the dietary guidelines should represent science and should look at all the data and should have fair. Public comments can look at it and make comments on it and it should be Driven by science and not a bunch of bureaucrats who don't actually necessarily have the public health interests at heart. So that's that's they're improving but it's still not great and then of course we have the FDA dragon ration- which is supposed to protect us but it's kind of failing why because one They allow thirty million pounds of antibiotics. In our animal feed that is affecting US creating superbugs and cost two trillion a year. Kill seven hundred. Thousand people around the world from anybody resistant. Not all not all from the farms. Obviously but it's a huge factor. And WE KNOW THEY CAUSE OBESITY. They cause weight gain. That's actually what they'd given for. Not JUST PREVENTION. But for a game. And they're not regulated. I give them voluntary guidelines. Oh don't do that. Please don't do that but it's kind of garbage because they do it anyway. the also allow things that are banned in other countries for example. Izzo Dye carmine. Which is a so a yoga mat material and it also is used in bread and subway sandwiches and stuff and And using Singapore you get a foreign fifty thousand dollar fine and you get fifteen years in jail whereas here you can just put it in your sandwich. Stop at any of the fast food places although many of them have taken out there's BPA which again is banned in other countries that causes obesity is. It's an endocrine disruptor b. h. t. v. and these these are preservatives that are against seem to be carcinogenic. So there's all sorts of things that the FDA is not helping us with in terms of regulating that So that's a big problem and I think And also what's grass grasset if they allow all sorts of gratification which is Joan wrecks and say things that aren't really safe like say for example is not necessarily safe and yet is permitted in our food supply? So there's all sorts of issues. Fda's you've got the USDA this food stamp program that dietary guidelines if ta and there are other departments that are considering for example food marketing. Now the First Amendment's important But I don't know free speech counts when you're talking about targeting kids and manipulating them. So that's a big issue and I think we know that marketing drives huge amounts of behavior changing kids and You know kids will go by whatever they see on. Tv They can a little two year old can can actually go in and and name the brand names by it before the bill that he can walk and ask for it in the store they've seen it on TV and in some countries like in Chile. They ban food marketing to kids. Most many other countries have been very successful at. It seemed great reductions and obesity and purchasing the bad foods For example and Chile you can't have any TV or any other advertising between six am and ten PM for any junk food. It taken off the cartoon characters from the Boxes like no more twenty tiger they killed him and they limited any junk food in schools and they seem dramatic improvement. So there's so many great policies that are being demonstrated around the world that we can be can model here and I think you know the the take home here is that there's a lot of aspects of our government positively need to be fixed and of course we've talked before about region and not just subsidizing commodity crops corn wheat and soy that. Make US sick and fat. I mean sixty percent of our diet comes from these foods which are ultra processed into all sorts of ingredients that make us really sick and kill eleven million people a year. Sixty percent of calories is this ultra processed food and for every ten percent of your food. That's ultra process. Your risk of death goes up by fourteen percent and yeah we subsidize it on the front with crop supports and then we pay for it with food stamps. And then we pay for the Medicare Medicaid on the other end so the tax payers are really footing. The bill for this when. It's really an preventable problem. So we need lots of reform across government policies. And that's what I'm working on with this book. Food fix getting every member of Congress get into the White House? It's a tough slog. I know but I've got an amazing team around me for our food fix campaign stay tuned for more about that part of it. We're all GONNA need to move this forward on a grassroots level and this isn't just for me it's a mission and it's just the beginning of an effort to really change the food system at so many levels so we can solve so many of our global
On The Ledge
plant health, herbs and sustainability with Maya Thomas
"So before I forget Hoyas Hoyas who is the one I forgot is the lovely Hoya Australis. Lisa how Oh gosh forget this plot while he was sitting on my kitchen window sill where normally don't keep toys so I think it just got a little bit hidden in forgotten when I was pulling those plants together. Four my tour But it's a really nice plant. My one is a fairly spokesman that I picked up. I bought it from North One. God Center Regular Listen. I'm a bit of a fan of that particular shop so this was bought their last year. Some time I can't quite remember when there's a smallish plant I think it's actually to cuttings in apart thought and so far it's going up. The stems haven't got long enough to the point where they start to drop down but the foliage on this plant is he's really lovely. If you can imagine a leaf that starts out its margins in the darkest darkest possible green and then in any regular random patton becomes ever lighter to move towards a Pale Green Line Green Center. It's glossy it's leathery. It's a lovely Hoyer leaf and the nice thing about this plot also is that the new leaves come through this rubble of carmine. Mind pink color and you do get flashes of carmine pink in the League as well and in the stem depending on how much light the plants are in so this is really really nice. Hoyer I can't wait for this to get bigger and start trail. It's an easy one I would say it's as easy as you regular Konno's is and so I think it's also fairly easy to get hold of now so it's one of those kind of entry heuer's that will really get you into this particular genus of plants. So I apologize. Lisa forgetting Getting you or do love you very much and yeah if you've got a lease bigger and more developed with lots of pictures so I can see what my plants GonNa turn into so then we go. That's number thirteen. I don't think it's going to be long. Before my recollection becomes even bigger. I just discovered a website in the Netherlands. Is that sells loads of rooted and unrooted Harare. Cuttings there's also somebody in the UK who sells on Ebay so as soon as the weather warms up. Yup Yup I think I might be getting my collection somewhat. Yeah I'm Gung Ho crazy right now but I just can't get enough these plants
Young House Love Has A Podcast
How To Pare Down When Everything Is Precious
"So welcome to young house. Love podcast for we have deep not so deep conversations about diy design on life at home. Today we're sharing how we keep a handle on all of the drawings paintings and other crafty creations our kids make plus what kicked my house. Plant obsession into overdrive and how things got weird. When we switched sides of the bed you guys might want to start calling me the plant lady now because ever since that episode with car me on it was a soda? One one forty nine. I've been buying lands with reckless. Abandon Sherry has never had such a kick in the pants from one of our own episodes. Julie it is probably away the single most influential episode that has changed my actions right after recording it and sharing it Hashtag pat yourself on the back. It's more like oh I'm GonNa have a year from now because if you're looking at this like a bell curve plans I have a spike that continues decline. Who knows when I'll plateau no on the plan cake but I'm very excited? I also feel like it's a marked contrast from where we've been in the last year or so because four the duplex and the Beach House we've had to primarily they purchase FO- plants. So you had been person. Lots of Pho- plants. But it's like this has steered you back on course to real plans right. Well out there there are many weeks. We're not out there air for three four weeks at a time so even those does not tolerate that and I don't want plans like dropping leaves or potentially getting buggy or any sort of issue at the house were not in for almost a month at a time but after talking to Carmen. I've been much more inspired if I'm at Kroger and there's a six dollar giant huge happy those I'd bring that baby home and I make it mine. She's like a plant lady. It's my duty I name it now. I put it in well in my head. They usually are named after what they look like like. I've got pokey and droopy the seven dwarfs appliance spiky one biking to they live near each other in the kitchen tamer getting kicked out of these really bad plant professionally. You name IT products and all you can come up with. A spiky. To actually is Mick Jagger though because she has like kind of hair he's plant with their but anyway what am making a point to say is that you might get in a Rut at home right and we can do. This is in any number of ways like we might get cooking Rut or a cleaning Rod. I was in a flat a folk plant right. Let's say and I really am excited to be shattering wondering the boundaries of that and I don't also want to do my heart about this because it sounds like I'm going to jinx myself but every single plan I brought in and I've probably doubled my plants. I think I had maybe fifteen real plants in the house before now I have thirty and all of them are alive and thriving like nobody has drooped loss leaves. It's been a few weeks. They could have started the decline in. Everybody looks very happy to see me. Well I think the other thing that has motivated you. We talked a little bit about this in the episode. Carmen is that indoor plants help your indoor or air quality and now that we're like entering a season of the year in which a lot of the plants outside are looking more dead and Brown and we're spending a lot more time inside I'd like it seems like a good time to bring that wife inside and like boost air-quality yes like ten years ago. I wrote a post on the blog. I will link to accede can laugh at what posts look like ten years ago because I think it has like two tiny pictures but NASA came out with a study of the ten plants that clean the air in your house. The most and the funny thing is if you Google this you you find ten different plants in many different lists so. I don't know if NASA did multiple studies or if they're just a lot of good plants but there are probably fifteen to twenty percents that get shouted out by NASA ASA in varying places and I was researching after Carmen and I was inspired to get all these plants so I knew which plants were easy according to Carmen but I was like wait. I should probably cross cross reference that with ones that are good for the air and what happened was I came across a few articles that discuss how many plants you ideally would have in your home per room for your square. Where footage like if you have a small apartment the number of plants you might need if you have a larger house than immer flights you might need to get these maximum benefits of purifying the air and second gross things out? Some plants can even take for Malda hide out of the air like kind of amazing little worker bees in the background. You want them to have a friend in the room like they can't be alone right. SPIKY needs pokey spike. You too you but anyway the general consensus of these articles. What's that for every ten foot by ten foot space? You had in your home so like one hundred square feet. One plant would purify that air and of course there are probably different plants that do it more efficiently. The size of the plant probably matters but I like a guideline and I like a goal so I set out because I was like our houses around three thousand square feet. I need thirty plants and I counted my plants and I had about fifteen and I worked slowly to build it up to thirty. I think now I've got thirty two because I just couldn't stop myself and every single pot that I have used I have already owned and you might say how you just said empty pots. Well I had a few empty putts over the years that I picked up on a key. I loved their White Ceramic Pasta just very classic but I also had some fake plants in pots. Demoted plucked out the a little fake plants. They're all on a cabinet now and they've got real plants in those pots has felt like very much like an upgrade. Even the guest room the bonus room bathrooms rooms kids rooms yes I went with the kids to home depot and they each picked out their own plans for their room and they were so into it. They took their time and made sure they. I made the right decision and pick the best plan for them. It was really cute and they nurture them and talk to them just like I do so I'm creating plant lover. Hopefully they have better names. Yeah I think they do better names. I think they actually have middle and last names to you should take a note I really shit but anyway I'm encouraging all of you. If you listened to the podcast and thought about getting it really has given me a lot of joy and I am a nervous plant owner but I've been having a lot of luck and in the show notes. Put some pictures to some of the ones I got a link to my favorite planters and L.. Show you some varieties. I found that are beyond the ones that carmine recommended but I took the time to read the labels and make sure they were easy care and didn't need a lot satellite and didn't need fancy stuff and they all have been doing so well there's a particular one I'm thinking of in the bedroom can't think of the name right now but I have the tag. It's gorgeous and big and I just feel better about spending a lotta time in these rooms almost feels like it's like a me time like I'm giving myself a gift and it's pure air and real living plant while speaking of giving giving a gift I'll say that the episode inspired me to make a change because instead of giving flowers as gifts like for instance. My godmother's birthday was last month and we typically. We sent her like a food basket or flowers or something and instead I ordered her a potted plant. It's GonNa last forever. I love. It will last longer than food and flowers so I gave the gift of Indoor Air Quality. They haven't
Detour To Neverland
Kelly From Karma & Kismet on Creative Blocks, Internal Motivation & Deadlines
"Are episode today is with Kelly whose from Karma in Kismet so Kelly you'll learn is at our heart and artists and is so interesting to see that creative process to go from an idea to putting something on some sort of medium between her stationary to invite cards to apparel and everything in between it is really really cool to see that glimpse into how these things come to life. Kelly is also in amazing businesswoman and running carmine. Kismet really really efficiently so we learned so much from our conversation in I know you guys will enjoy this one too so without further ado we'll go ahead in play the interview you were. Kelly I will introduce yourself and she's gonNA share one random fact that you may not know about her from social media. Thank you for listening and we hope you enjoy so my name is Kelly and I'm the creator of Carmen Kismet we're going to be celebrating our five year anniversary in November so I'm getting to a milestone allstone with my small shop that started back when I was graduating from college started out as se store that I was selling. Just all different. Handmade items comes on and it's gotten to the point now where it's all focused on Disney. I have inspired art prints that I'll put out there. My original art mm t shirts stationery custom work anything and everything that kind of brings a little bit of magic into your everyday life. That's what I try to bring into my store and then recently I started a blog that talk about ways to bring home the Disney magic so it may be diy Disney techniques you can use different ways a to decorate your home in Disney. Way Is an also just talking about Disney trips getting excited for your Disney trip. I love kind of sharing with other people as they get got to go on their Disney Adventures and something interesting about that. You wouldn't know from my social media. I guess it's that my nine to five job is is actually as a fundraiser so I talk a lot about myself on social media but that's one thing that I don't really talk too much about i. That's my professional life and I kind of try to keep that separate because you know I take this very seriously about what I do but that's what I do for most of the day actually I love that. That's a good I totally understand the keeping everything separated. Yes it makes it easier to focus your climb claim on different things that way probably our biggest fear is Katharine Students Finding Our podcast today my biggest fear not so much Yale I feel it would be bad for me too though to kind of set the scene tell us about your Disney story. How did it kind of evolve over time in the ultimately lead? NT starting Carmen Kismet in two thousand fourteen so I was very lucky and I was born into Disney family my parents went to Walt Disney world for the first time in nineteen seventy seven on their honeymoon and they fell in love with it they were you know the generation that grew up watching uncle wall on Sunday nights on Wonderful Walt Disney or I guess world color at that point and GM they were are able to experience it and they wanted to give that experience to their children as well so I'm the youngest of three all of us have gone to Disney in our first time was before we were two years old and we just continue to go every year so we would all pile into the minivan and take the twenty hour drive from New Jersey to Orlando every August August and it was great. We got to experience that with three generations bringing my grandparents they're with us sometimes and as we got older the amount of trips that we took just increased and I think our love of it you know the Disney Company has increased and it's been nice. We've had a very close family and I think a lot of that is to do at Disney because no matter what stage we were at if we were at different points in our lives we always had a common interest and that was Disneyland. I think a lot out of the support I get from Carmen Kismet is because it is something that we all are so passionate about that is really cool so take us to that moment in twenty fourteen whenever you decided to open up your shop for the first time kind of what were the conversations that took place. What was your thinking in kind of. What did that launch process collect for you? Yes so Carmen has a very weird start. It really was not started because I wanted to start a business or because I had this hobby. it was almost out of necessity. I was graduating from college. I had my bachelor's degree in political science from Monmouth University and had had decided that I was GonNa make the switch into the arts world so I received a full tuition scholarship to go to Savannah College designed to Study Arts Administration which was wonderful and I was so excited about it and during the summer leading up to my master's degree starting I was working at a small quilt shop in New Jersey with fees whole group group of women that were just so inspiring very talented smart and entrepreneurial so I'm working with them. Having a great time that summer and then I get sick and the doctors didn't know what was going on they weren't able to diagnose it for about ten months so I had a long time of trying to figure route and deal with this in my life as I was going through this major change of being in my master's program also working part time and having internship so I really had to find an escape because I was not dealing with things well so I turned to what's always been my escape which is our in Disney and I started to really create a ton of art and you know it was a lot of painting of that time and diy projects in different things like that so I was doing all that as I'm I'm working at. This quilt store called fabric inspirations someone who has working with said. You really need to think about starting at see store. I know that you're just creating Autun of art in why not try to monetize that so one night in November. I just decided that I might as well start it. Because what do I have to lose and I started you might see store and within twenty four hours. I had my first sale so I felt like I had just had this huge success. and it's really molded in changed over the last five years on but I'm very happy with where it's at right now and I love my story where it started such a cool story. I love that you know you're able to just use art as kind of an escape in like a tough time because I feel like a lot of people in s to who who kind of start these projects all come from you know that kind of mindset like looking for a happier escape like falling back on Disney so I definitely think that's something that a lot of people can relate to absolutely. I think it's you know at first started. I was very nervous to share some of those pieces a story but I think that that's how I really connected with people because we do have so many you know commonalities with the love Disney but also what Disney does for. I live in Y as adults. We still go back after year. I'm always interested because like Detour Neverland is kind of a unique name. What is the story of how you came up with carmine Kismet so it's again another like weird storing so my site grandfather is like my idol and my dad had worked with all of my grandparents to make books that they would give us that was about their lives so my grandfather is from Scotland and has the Scottish accent and everything and so he wrote this book and it had a lot of like mentions of Scottish folklore and everything and I don't know if Carmen Kismet really played into that but the title of his book was was Karma Collapse which is last name kinsman and I just for some reason really connected with that when I was trying to think of a name I didn't WanNa do something that was the two branded to Disney because I had just actually finished art law class and I was like I'm going to get arrested or something. so. I kinda went down the route of wall. What's the definition of Carmen definition of Qismat and you know every single Disney story that you look at has those two themes so you know Karma that things come back around to you. Qismat that things are meant to be if you look at any Disney tale. I feel like all of them. Have that as the route so it was kind of a simple way to get around that art law issue that I was having your naming story is much cooler than mine and Dan. That's that's so funny that like you were going through that so you kind of had that awareness like. I can't just be Disney lovers store. Something are you actually put some thought into it and that it does have like a personal family tie yeah. It's you know it's a special apartment means a lot to my grandfather to whenever we talk about it he still you know he's ninety nine years old and he still asks me every time. I see him. How Carmen Kismet is so. It's so when he mentioned when you first introducing yourself in the shop you mentioned that it wasn't always Disney focused. Is that correct yes yeah at first it was just really all different phantoms because I figured out very soon on that the way to rank on at sea he is to have a keyboard so just putting up like a sketch of a woman or something like that wasn't. GonNa get me anywhere so I focused on Fanta but you know I was doing other things outside of the Disneyworld when I first started out so how did you make that transition to just Disney. I think I figured out you know. I've always been really interested in business. So when I started carbon Kismet I became obsessed with various Yunan and I started to read a lot of blogs and listen to a ton of podcast things in people just talked about the necessity of a niche and I kind of felt like I had my net. She was fan in general but then I realized as I was going further into what I was reading that what I wanted to create was always Disney. that's really where I have the most knowledge and what I'm most interested in learning more about so I felt like it was a good admit for me because it put me in an even smaller niche but it also gave me the opportunity to do what I really was passionate about. I love that because our listeners probably GonNa gag emphasizing their niche one more time but it is so true that it is makes makes things so much easier whenever you niche down so we've. We've talked a little bit about it. And of course you come from artists background and that's kind of the passion that drives everything everything but I'm I wanNA make it crystal clear for our listeners. So what are the different mediums or product lines that you apply that art to that people can check out short short so I'm. I'm a graphic artist. I do a lot of work. Actually on the IPAD IPAD the IPAD PRO has a really great applications occasion. A ton of graphic artists will use Siri doing sketching right on there so a lot of my work comes from there and then I will create art prints that you know you can hang in your house but also now moved into other products so notepads. I'm I have a ton of stationary a lot of custom work for invitations especially especially Disney brides and then also this past year just started working on t shirts because my boyfriend decided that he wanted to learn how to screen print and he said at this would be great so now we also have t-shirts tote bags so apparel and things like that as well yeah. It is so awesome. It's great to have such a wide variety of different ways. You can test out different pieces of art in figure out. What's the best medium of where to put
Gary and Shannon
Mac Miller Death: Man Charged With Selling Drugs
"Well soon after the news reports of mac Miller's overdose death last year. the drug dealer that would service mac Miller was anxiously messaging friends on Instagram he wrote according to cut court documents most likely I will die in jail. he said he was gonna move to another country get off the grid nothing has happened yet but it might. well I really feel bad for this guy feel you know feeling the heat of the justice department coming down on him for the last year not knowing when it's gonna strike by the light struck it has struck he's twenty eight as names camera Pettitte and he's now facing twenty years in federal prison on a charge that he sold counterfeit oxy laced with Fenton all to mac Miller two days before he died there's no evidence at least in the court documents and they haven't said anything if they know that if Cameron Pettitte knew that these were counterfeit and that they were laced with front no he there's there's nothing to say that necessarily but he's got to know that where he was getting his suppliers had to be questionable and fees turn around and sell them to other people come on what I'm amazed that is there's no other connection that I've seen of Cameron Pat it to anybody else's overdose at this point. but that mac Miller at some point tried to buy drugs from him tax them yo yo what's up did you hear about did you hear back about and he apparently trying to buy some matter all the pet is is not I couldn't find any Miller says all good you don't have lean do you. perks from from Miller and pet it says I got da lauded twos but that's about it I could get some yellows and blues though as far as perks. and Miller says those are my **** is man when can you get probably in an hour to their thirty Bucks a piece mac Miller says any chance I could get ten of those bars and a ball you're gonna have to. you have to translate now cars in a ball I don't know is that. is that like but now we're gonna I just opened I should have said that because I should have said I don't know what in in the purchase of drugs the bars in a ball R. because someone is going to blast us for being EDA goes back to the hot rails rule right where we did not know what hot rails were when that USC Medical School director carmine pulley if you know was doing hot rails in Pasadena with a stripper I should just pretend that I know what bars we all are worse and a ball we were lit up by people that were so upset that we did not know what hot rails were like come on guys and now we're in now you just set us up for more there's also a suggestion that these drugs were eventually delivered by a woman named Carla Amador who goes by a different name when she has a sex worker and that supposedly that these text messages included a deal for him to have sex with her and she was going to bring the drugs to him. they say that this case truly highlights the problem of black market pharmaceuticals they are manufactured by drug cartels in Mexico for about seventy five cents to a Buck fifty but they're sold in LA for twenty dollars or more per pill. and it's cheaper they can make it the cheaper they're gonna make it and how do you do that well you're a place the oxy with that now. sometimes it kills people sometimes it provides a similar high and they're willing to take that risk because their drug cartels in
Film Academy votes to expel Bill Cosby, Roman Polanski
"The academy of motion picture arts and sciences says it's board has voted to expel actor bill cosby and director roman polanski both men were convicted of crimes involving sexual misconduct here's more from npr's mandalit del barco the board of the organization that hands out oscar says both men violated the academy's ethics standards last week cosby was found guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault he's now awaiting sentencing and could face up to thirty years in prison the comedian is best known for his tv series from the nineteen nineties but he was a member of the academy for his film in the nineteen seventy four film uptown saturday night cosby teamed up with sydney portia yes i saw what you saw and don't be worried about none because do mess with me i'm not them out cosby also acted in films like mother jugs and speed in nineteen seventy six polish film director roman polanski's career also took off in the nineteen sixties his feature film debut earned an oscar nomination and he got attention for his nineteen sixty eight psychological thriller rosemary's baby can't meet on you in nineteen seventy four polanski directed and even acted in another classic film chinatown for years later he was convicted of statutory rape of a thirteen year old girl polanski pleaded guilty and served a short jail sentence before fleeing to france he's avoided arrest for decades even when he earned an oscar in two thousand three for directing the pianist actor harrison ford open the envelope that got polanski a standing ovation congratulates roman polanski i'd accept this award on his behalf lansky cosby join a shortlist of others expelled from membership including actor carmine caridi who the academy blamed for pirating movies and disgraced producer harvey weinstein the academy gave him the boot last fall monday that barco npr news you can hear mondays reporting here on morning edition from npr news wnyc is supported by bleaker street presenting disobedience rachel vice.
Academy of Motion Pictures expels Cosby, Polanski
"I'm keith peters comedian bill cosby and director roman polanski are no longer members of the academy of motion picture arts and sciences voted tuesday to expel bill cosby and roman polanski the academy says members are required to uphold the academy's values of respect for human dignity cosby and polanski both have been convicted of sexual offenses only two other people are known to have been kicked out of the academy was movie mogul harvey weinstein who was voted out in october amid sexual misconduct allegations the other was character actor carmine caridi in two thousand four who was expelled for lending dvd screeners of films in contention for oscars that ended up online i'm archie zaraleta in a historic move missouri lawmakers announced tonight that they are calling themselves into a special session to consider impeaching governor eric writings following allegations of sexual misconduct and misuse of charity resources republican house and senate leaders said they gather more than the constitutionally required signatures townhall i'd like you to turn the radio up i want everyone within listening distance to hear what i have to say i'm alan gottlieb chairman of the citizens committee for the right to keep and bear arms freedom is not free our constitutional rights keeping their arms under attack by what has become an industry of anti gun extremists organizations the bill of rights gives every honest patriotic american the right firearms but today we have to fight this full time antigone industry who's sole purpose is to create new gun control and confiscation laws they paid themselves big salaries and feed off a gullible public with emotional campaigns and clever sound bytes i pledge that the citizens committee will be the most aggressive program organization in the united states fighting to preserve your gun rights but we need your help and membership to do it join the citizens committee for the right to keeping their arms today call four to five four five four forty nine eleven that's four to five four five four.