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Fresh update on "carpenter" discussed on Jim Bohannon

Jim Bohannon

00:40 sec | 12 min ago

Fresh update on "carpenter" discussed on Jim Bohannon

"Food, family food, football food, but not a lot of songs and an exceptional exception to that is a song by Mary Chapin Carpenter, which, if I may borrow from an upcoming seasonal song may be a source of comfort and joy as well as pleasure in this very unusual year. Let's hear a bit of the Thanksgiving song Far Harmony which trifle blessed Definitely hard. Hey, Mary Chapin Carpenter. Welcome and Happy Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving to you, Gil. Thank you so much. What What.

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Fresh update on "carpenter" discussed on The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:58 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "carpenter" discussed on The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

"Making it day after day week after week, I hungered for more Colby provolone Gouda, But Buddha wasn't good enough. I wanted great, I added tomatoes, pickles, jalapenos if I could birthday God, we work of art in my tiny, modest kitchen. Imagine what I could do in a gourmet chef's kitchen. So I called us Bank about loaning me some extra cheddar. Now I had the matchy skill and a superior Krell equal housing lender member F D I. C. CBS celebrates the Thanksgiving holiday presented by Medicare. Thanksgiving special from the CBS Audio Network. I'm Gil Gross. Well, Thanksgiving gets a lot of traditions. Food, family food, football food, but not a lot of songs and an exceptional exception to that is a song by Mary Chapin Carpenter, which, if I may borrow from an upcoming seasonal song may be a source of comfort and joy as well as pleasure in this very unusual Year..

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Fish farmings future, and how microbes compete for space on our face

Science Magazine Podcast

09:03 min | Last week

Fish farmings future, and how microbes compete for space on our face

"Now we have staff writer eric. Stock said he wrote a feature on the modernisation of fish breeding in this week's issue. Hi eric a great to be back. Sarah great to have you so fish. Farming is modernizing and on the rise. What's the big picture here. The big picture if you go back to nineteen fifty. And you compare what's happened. Over the last seventy years you can see with with wild caught fish. The overall harvests flattened off in the last couple of decades but aquaculture's continuing to rise that production of farmed seafood. Nearly half the protein that we eat from aquatic organisms is grown on farms. Most of it is freshwater and in asia most of the farm fish in the world coming from the land. These are ponds with carpenter them up. Harp common carp to loppy right trout. Catfish there are a lot of these Aquaculture species would are being grown on land. I was surprised to learn. That fish are behind the times. Humans have been keeping fish to eat or at least a look at for thousands of years. But as you point out in your story fish haven't been altered through breeding like other livestock. How things been different. The big differences that most of the seafood that we're eating it is closer to being wild than the terrestrial livestock. Do you think just because the people who did this intensive breeding the people who were interested in tracing lineages of animals and getting the best from their cows. They just weren't that interested in fish farming or in seafood. Is it just a coincidence of history that the focus of all this intensive breeding has been terrestrial animals. If you're talking about the last century or the last one hundred and fifty years worth you're talking about thousands of years right about thousands of years of thousands of years right so over ten thousand years where humans first domesticated sheep goats cows and then lived with them and over that time. Pick the ones that had the traits that they liked they gave more milk. They had more meat on the bone. That's been happening for a longer time. We've had a longer stable relationship for the most part right. There are some exceptions here for the most part a longer relationship with those animals that walk around. Then with the ones specially no from the sea and the other is that over those thousands of years. the terrestrial livestock went through population bottlenecks that reduce their genetic diversity. It's like when you bring a few parents cows to a continent but nobody's bringing around a pond full of fish right. That's a great point. It is harder to bring those with you as your trucking across the continent there is some archaeological evidence for aquaculture. There's a lot of i inference. There is evidence in australia. Aboriginal people in six thousand years ago. Where building ponds to keep eels. But who knows you know to what extent they were selecting. If you can control the life cycle that's really the key thing with domestication and being able to have it reproduce in captivity right and then you really can pick the ones that you like and selectively breed. Those for continued improvements now. Researchers are jumping way ahead skipping centuries of painstaking documentation breeding line analysis and using modern technologies to get what they want from fish. Well what do we want from fish. Eric it depends on who you are right on the one hand. If you're a fish farmer their key things that you want the first one is fish to grow well or not just fish. They'll probably say fish a lot but we're really talking about a huge range of organisms right fish. Crustaceans molluscs really hugely different organisms. But no matter what you're growing you want creatures that grow. Well they have a lot of protein that you can sell to the grocery stores new consumers. You want bigger fatter oysters. Send you want large fillets you want them coming from animals that grow quickly so maybe you can do more generations right more cycles per year. So that's the first thing you want. The second thing you want. is hardy. Animals healthy animals ones that resist disease. And this is. It's a huge issue in aquaculture breaks of disease can really hamper an operation in shrimp farms. You could lose forty percent of your entire crop. In all of those cases having disease resistant animals is a real benefit. Fast and good growers diseases in animals. Anything else that you want out of your domesticated livestock. Once you've made progress with that. Breeders will turn to traits like in what does that fillet look like was salmond consumers really like reddish pink fillets so you can read salmon to have naturally redder flesh color around her fish right rather than a longer fish war color apparently in japan trout with a bluer color and fewer spots or spots. Just in the right place on the outside of the fish that's desirable so chilean breeders of optimize their trout that they export for those qualities. What technologies are fish. Farmers livestock breeders using to achieve these goals. You need to do as a breeder is. You need to be able to pick the fish that you want to propagate so four a faster growing fish. that's not hard right. You just need a ruler. In a scale you can. And when salmon breeding got underway in the late sixties early seventies. They were getting gains in growth rate of ten fifteen percent per generation. Right at wow. And put that in the context right. If you're a poultry breeder a few percent is a really good thing. Yeah so you can measure that but it's not always simple if you want to measure the color of the flay obviously you need to Sacrifice the fish right. So you can't use that fish for a hattrick because it's It's dead so what the breeders of done is the used. Something called family based approach where they have crosses between two parents and then the offspring hundreds thousands in a tank and they can test some of those but they'd have to use siblings for the actual production of the fish that go off to the farms. How do they know which sibling. Which family members carry those desirable traits. So the technology comes into this is using genetic markers where you can look for. Little changes in the in the genome that reveal whether a favourable lille of a gene is present us. Take a little clip of the fin. If it's a fish in you can sequence that tissue for the genetic markers that are in it so that allows you to really get much more accurate selection of fish for the next generation. We talking about fish for while here. Let's move to some of these invertebrates we have you talk a little bit about oysters. Triploid oysters what is that. And what does that accomplish. Oysters in the wild. They've got like us two copies of each chromosome. You call them diploid. If you took a human and you added an extra copy of chromosome. They wouldn't survive. That moisture is our of stuffing with one voice to reader. Who know asked him. Why did you get interested. Your genetic trained as a geneticist. Why did you get interested in oysters. And he said there so tolerant of genetic abuse. Neka really manip- manipulate their genes. And they'll survive right so you can give them a whole half extra genome and they're fine or double it you can make them tetsuo -ployed and the really has a tremendous impact for improving the production of the oysters. If you make triploid waster it becomes sterile. It's healthy. it's normal. It might be hardier. More disease resistant to they. Mature faster you harvest them sooner and in some places that means you pull them out of the water. E four the disease outbreaks in the hotter warmer conditions. The next nother advantage of triplet wasters. Because they're sterile. they're not putting much energy into reproducing. Why bother so. They don't develop the same mass of sperm or eggs. That affirmative oyster does. There's more meat on them. So the real advantages to making a triploid bicester.

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Fish farmings future, and how microbes compete for space on our face

Science Magazine Podcast

09:03 min | Last week

Fish farmings future, and how microbes compete for space on our face

"Now we have staff writer eric. Stock said he wrote a feature on the modernisation of fish breeding in this week's issue. Hi eric a great to be back. Sarah great to have you so fish. Farming is modernizing and on the rise. What's the big picture here. The big picture if you go back to nineteen fifty. And you compare what's happened. Over the last seventy years you can see with with wild caught fish. The overall harvests flattened off in the last couple of decades but aquaculture's continuing to rise that production of farmed seafood. Nearly half the protein that we eat from aquatic organisms is grown on farms. Most of it is freshwater and in asia most of the farm fish in the world coming from the land. These are ponds with carpenter them up. Harp common carp to loppy right trout. Catfish there are a lot of these Aquaculture species would are being grown on land. I was surprised to learn. That fish are behind the times. Humans have been keeping fish to eat or at least a look at for thousands of years. But as you point out in your story fish haven't been altered through breeding like other livestock. How things been different. The big differences that most of the seafood that we're eating it is closer to being wild than the terrestrial livestock. Do you think just because the people who did this intensive breeding the people who were interested in tracing lineages of animals and getting the best from their cows. They just weren't that interested in fish farming or in seafood. Is it just a coincidence of history that the focus of all this intensive breeding has been terrestrial animals. If you're talking about the last century or the last one hundred and fifty years worth you're talking about thousands of years right about thousands of years of thousands of years right so over ten thousand years where humans first domesticated sheep goats cows and then lived with them and over that time. Pick the ones that had the traits that they liked they gave more milk. They had more meat on the bone. That's been happening for a longer time. We've had a longer stable relationship for the most part right. There are some exceptions here for the most part a longer relationship with those animals that walk around. Then with the ones specially no from the sea and the other is that over those thousands of years. the terrestrial livestock went through population bottlenecks that reduce their genetic diversity. It's like when you bring a few parents cows to a continent but nobody's bringing around a pond full of fish right. That's a great point. It is harder to bring those with you as your trucking across the continent there is some archaeological evidence for aquaculture. There's a lot of i inference. There is evidence in australia. Aboriginal people in six thousand years ago. Where building ponds to keep eels. But who knows you know to what extent they were selecting. If you can control the life cycle that's really the key thing with domestication and being able to have it reproduce in captivity right and then you really can pick the ones that you like and selectively breed. Those for continued improvements now. Researchers are jumping way ahead skipping centuries of painstaking documentation breeding line analysis and using modern technologies to get what they want from fish. Well what do we want from fish. Eric it depends on who you are right on the one hand. If you're a fish farmer their key things that you want the first one is fish to grow well or not just fish. They'll probably say fish a lot but we're really talking about a huge range of organisms right fish. Crustaceans molluscs really hugely different organisms. But no matter what you're growing you want creatures that grow. Well they have a lot of protein that you can sell to the grocery stores new consumers. You want bigger fatter oysters. Send you want large fillets you want them coming from animals that grow quickly so maybe you can do more generations right more cycles per year. So that's the first thing you want. The second thing you want. is hardy. Animals healthy animals ones that resist disease. And this is. It's a huge issue in aquaculture breaks of disease can really hamper an operation in shrimp farms. You could lose forty percent of your entire crop. In all of those cases having disease resistant animals is a real benefit. Fast and good growers diseases in animals. Anything else that you want out of your domesticated livestock. Once you've made progress with that. Breeders will turn to traits like in what does that fillet look like was salmond consumers really like reddish pink fillets so you can read salmon to have naturally redder flesh color around her fish right rather than a longer fish war color apparently in japan trout with a bluer color and fewer spots or spots. Just in the right place on the outside of the fish that's desirable so chilean breeders of optimize their trout that they export for those qualities. What technologies are fish. Farmers livestock breeders using to achieve these goals. You need to do as a breeder is. You need to be able to pick the fish that you want to propagate so four a faster growing fish. that's not hard right. You just need a ruler. In a scale you can. And when salmon breeding got underway in the late sixties early seventies. They were getting gains in growth rate of ten fifteen percent per generation. Right at wow. And put that in the context right. If you're a poultry breeder a few percent is a really good thing. Yeah so you can measure that but it's not always simple if you want to measure the color of the flay obviously you need to Sacrifice the fish right. So you can't use that fish for a hattrick because it's It's dead so what the breeders of done is the used. Something called family based approach where they have crosses between two parents and then the offspring hundreds thousands in a tank and they can test some of those but they'd have to use siblings for the actual production of the fish that go off to the farms. How do they know which sibling. Which family members carry those desirable traits. So the technology comes into this is using genetic markers where you can look for. Little changes in the in the genome that reveal whether a favourable lille of a gene is present us. Take a little clip of the fin. If it's a fish in you can sequence that tissue for the genetic markers that are in it so that allows you to really get much more accurate selection of fish for the next generation. We talking about fish for while here. Let's move to some of these invertebrates we have you talk a little bit about oysters. Triploid oysters what is that. And what does that accomplish. Oysters in the wild. They've got like us two copies of each chromosome. You call them diploid. If you took a human and you added an extra copy of chromosome. They wouldn't survive. That moisture is our of stuffing with one voice to reader. Who know asked him. Why did you get interested. Your genetic trained as a geneticist. Why did you get interested in oysters. And he said there so tolerant of genetic abuse. Neka really manip- manipulate their genes. And they'll survive right so you can give them a whole half extra genome and they're fine or double it you can make them tetsuo -ployed and the really has a tremendous impact for improving the production of the oysters. If you make triploid waster it becomes sterile. It's healthy. it's normal. It might be hardier. More disease resistant to they. Mature faster you harvest them sooner and in some places that means you pull them out of the water. E four the disease outbreaks in the hotter warmer conditions. The next nother advantage of triplet wasters. Because they're sterile. they're not putting much energy into reproducing. Why bother so. They don't develop the same mass of sperm or eggs. That affirmative oyster does. There's more meat on them. So the real advantages to making a triploid bicester.

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Fact from fiction

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:27 min | Last week

Fact from fiction

"Welcome to kits myths and mysteries. I'm your host kit chrome today. Were talking about the not the mystery of politics. That's too big but the mystery of the post truth era in twenty sixteen. The oxford dictionary named post truth as their word of the year post truth refers to blatant lies being routine cross society and it means so politicians can lie without condemnation. This is different from the cliche that all politicians lie and make promises. They have no intention of keeping when president. Richard nixon lied. It was greeted with outrage now. It would seem that we would just shrug off the lies still. Why do we accept lies. Some would claim that we are raised to believe our parents teachers and the politicians represent that bigger than life image but it goes beyond that there was a study that showed vaccines caused autism. However the researcher in this study lostis licensed there was no real study and there is absolutely overwhelming research since then that shows without a doubt that. There's absolutely no link between vaccines and autism. Yet you might hear regardless it's still my personal rights parent to make decisions for my child. This is an example of a debate. That begins with a testable factual statement. But then when the truth becomes inconvenient the person takes flight from the facts. The masses to believe would conveniently validates our bias and their belief system. All this begs the question. how are people swayed. Certainly we all seek some kind of validation for something like when the mechanic rebuilds the car engine and it purrs like a kitten. There's the validation or the carpenter builds a house in the occupants. Just love it validation but it goes beyond that when the news show riots in the street and you wonder how widespread the violence could be an a candidate points out. Any number of civil unrest protests comes out with the claim of being a law and order candidate. Well your question about the amount of street. Violence is answered. And of course you will favor the law and order candidate but unknowingly on a false premise. Remember that one explanation for believing a lie comes from our upbringing where we believe our parents teachers as someone someone that would seems smarter than we are because of their knowledge appear larger than life. We tend to believe what they say. And if they allay our fears or validate our beliefs. Then we believe them all the more but how politicians school about the public in such a large scale. It's called gas lighting. I mentioned this before. Gas lighting is a form of psychological manipulation in which a person or group covertly sows seeds of doubt in a targeted group. Making them question their own memory perception or judgment often evoking in them. Cognitive dissonance and other changes using misdirection contradiction. And this information so exactly. How do you protect yourself. I don't believe everything you think. Second ply deductive reasoning and third practice critical thinking. Well there you have it host truth. Post truth

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How did we name our days and establish the weekend?

The How in the World Podcast

05:16 min | 2 weeks ago

How did we name our days and establish the weekend?

"All right. Welcome to the podcast. So this topic stems from a conversation. I had with our thirteen year. Old son pete a couple of weeks ago on monday afternoon as we drove home from basketball practice. Pete was lamenting the fact that the weekend had gone by so quickly and decided that weekend should be four days long and the workweek or in his case. The school week should only be three days. that sounds about right. Yep so this conversation naturally led to the questions who decided how long the weekend should be and how were the days named that. I thought was a perfect topic for this podcast. And that's pretty good. See that's exactly why we came up with this podcast. We wanted to answer these kinds of questions that we know people have every day right. I mean it really is perfect. So let's start with how the days of the week were named. And i know honey. You've been researching this so go ahead and start us off. Okay be glad to so. Let me begin by saying that. Each of the various resources. I found on. This topic had some variations but generally they were all in agreement and really. That's not unusual for our research. So i'm going to present a version that is a sort of a homogenized version of all of these. Okay that makes it okay. So prior to christianity specifically in the days of the babylonians there were several pagan. Gods running around doing things with thunder and lightning and water and stuff like that. That was probably a pretty interesting time. So at the same time the babylonians were also very into studying our planets and the moon and the sun and placed a lot of importance on these heavenly bodies So at some point between around nine thousand nine hundred bc and five forty bc. The babylonians decided that there would be seven days a week and that they'd be named after the five known planets plus the sun and the moon since the sun and the moon were the best known in the most important they would start the week So back then and still today. They started the week with sunday and then monday followed. So the first two are obvious. Sunday in mundi right but then they went in order of the slowest to fastest in the earth's sky. So tuesday was named after mars wednesday after mercury thursday after jupiter and friday after venus. Okay those don't sound anything like our days except in spanish they do well. They don't see on anything like our english days. Yes yes and there is a distinction here. Okay because that has to do with two things one language and the pay to the pagan gods gotta in the language of the day. They were basically saying mars is day right. Mercury's day and so on. But when the anglo saxons invaded great britain which was much more recent on the world or timelines they decided to swap out the planet names for their god's names. Okay so you take over from here alright. So these more. Recent folks left sunday and monday alone but they named tuesday after the norse god of justice to t i w they named wednesday after the most powerful norse god odin or warden and widens day eventually morphed into wednesday. It's a little bit of a stretch right but that also helps explain the weird spelling of wednesday which i've never understood. These are all based on the old english form of the english language. Yes thursday if you think in terms of famous pagan gods you can probably figure out. Third equals thor right so thursday is the perfect day to get out and do some hammering on carpenters. Really love thursdays. They're big right. Finally friday was named after odin 's wife frigg which is a very unfortunate name so frig f. r. i g. g. was said to be nearly as powerful as her husband so she got her own day. Frig day eventually became friday. And for some reason i forgot to mention saturday which is horrible. Because saturday's the best day saturday is named after again. You can figure it out if you go back to the planet's part sadder saturday saturn's day so is named after the planet saturn. We didn't change and we didn't change that to a god right because saturday's the best day we don't wanna change. Don't make it not the best right. So you've got saturday sunday and monday. That remain named after heavenly bodies in the rest or named after norse gods yup and there you go there. There's your week boom

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"White Sox bring back Tony LaRussa" with Ryan Theriot - Episode 034 - burst 2

The Sportscaster and Her Son

01:21 min | 2 weeks ago

"White Sox bring back Tony LaRussa" with Ryan Theriot - Episode 034 - burst 2

"You know so. I don't see now if you could get chris carpenter to manage to coach and that'd be a great get car has some really interesting traits. We saw what he did on the field. You know i'm saying. Saudi did eleven in the world series. Great career prior to that but just a leader in every sense of the word players gravitated toward him when he spoke people listening. You know he's kinda got that commanding personality. You mentioned the game changing and get a little bit younger and and a little bit more. Flashy you know it. It's tony gonna have the ability to change. You know if you bring in. Chris rock and they're going to have the ability to change. Because it's not what it was five ten fifteen twenty years ago you know as far as the players expressing themselves differently and and the unwritten rules are starting erase as we've all seen so i think there's gonna be some give and take on both sides. Motorist this marriage to work. But i do think it's environmental higher anytime you can bring on and tony larussa. I think i think he gotta do. Y'all honestly i'm still just before and a few interviews talking about this. He's the greatest baseball mind. I've ever been around and i mentioned some pretty good ones and it's taking nothing away from the guys. I played for because they're all phenomenal managers but he just was excellent in a lot a lot of areas. That's really interesting.

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Lobster Fishing Dispute, Oregon Forest Rights and Tribal Early Voting Sites

Native America Calling

03:57 min | Last month

Lobster Fishing Dispute, Oregon Forest Rights and Tribal Early Voting Sites

"This. Is National Native News I'm Meghan Camera Imprint Tony Gonzales. Confrontations continue between indigenous and non-indigenous lobster fishermen in Nova Scotia. Canada senior police officer is defending the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Response Dan Carpet Chuck has more the MP Commissioner Brenda. Lucky says, the RCMP is fully committed to keeping the peace keeping people safe and enforcing the law. She also confirmed that additional officers have been dispatched to Nova. Scotia there have been violent confrontations, property destroyed vandalism and lobster plant burned to the ground that after indigenous fishermen. Out of season claiming it was their treaty right to fish whenever and wherever they want a right that was upheld by Canada's highest court twenty years ago that first nations had a right to fish to earn a moderate livelihood but not indigenous fishermen auto ought to stop the indigenous harvesting saying that court ruling also said the government could continue to regulate the fishery an emergency session in the. Canadian parliament earlier this week failed to find a solution to the issue of just what is a moderate livelihood the chief this having Equity First Nation Mike sack says the dispute has caused his band more than one and a half million dollars and is fishermen are being shut out of the market. Nobody will deal with us like we reach out to so many trying to move lobster. Anyone could buy with a buyer's licence and nobody will take him so. We have a at least one and a half million dollar hit through our community are we can't sell our lobster Everyone in the area has been told that they will not take care if they take lobster. They'll be they'll boycott or blackness to sack says, it will take time to rebuild relationships in the industry with people in companies who are now afraid of retaliation if they deal with the indigenous fishermen sack says, he wants those responsible to be held accountable. He's also filed an application for a court injunction aimed at any harassment of indigenous fishermen with fleet is based for National Native News I'm Dan. Carpenter. A, native American tribe in Oregon has become the first in the US to receive full authority to manage its forests Kale CC's Brian. Bull reports the Bureau of Indian Affairs approved the Co Quell Tribes Indian Trust. Asset Management Plan Tuesday this grant autonomy over its ten thousand acres of trust forest land and resources a first for any of the country's five hundred and seventy four federally recognized tribes. Mark Johnston is executive director for the Co Quell Indian tribe we're. Just really excited about the opportunity to be I. WE respect the burden at that creates going I because you better do it right? You mess it up for those folks that come behind you. We know we're not going to be the only tribe that considers because of the value promise hopping perspective sovereignty or self-governance as a longstanding goal for tribes and timber is an important resource for the CO Quayle Johnston says annual revenue support, key programs including tribal healthcare and. Education for National Native News I'm Brian Bowl a federal judge ruled Thursday that he will not force the Pima County recorder to establish an early voting site in southern Arizona tribes reservation next week, and Gibson with Arizona public media has more the past Gliac he tribes sued Pima County. Recorder, F.. N.. Rodriguez. In an effort to reinstate in early voting site, her office closed in two thousand, Eighteen Jonathan D. as part of the tribes legal team, he says though this. Isn't. The result they wanted he knows tribal leaders will continue to advocate for voting opportunities in the reservation members of the we often tribe testified. I really highlighted the burdens and the obstacles that tribal members face in accessing early voting without honor closer to the reservation during the hearing the tribe argued that with lower car ownership distrust of voting by mail in higher rates of underlying conditions, and early in person voting site in the reservation would benefit its residents. For National Native News I'm Emma Gibson. I'm Megan Camera.

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Top 10 Haunted Crime Scenes

Extraterrestrial

06:14 min | Last month

Top 10 Haunted Crime Scenes

"Starting off our list of haunted crime scenes is the Eden Brown estate on the Caribbean island of Nevis. There're couple versions of this story and they all take place before a wedding. Of course, they do essentially the groom and the best man they get into a fight they pull out their vessels and they kill each other. Oh but they're not the ghosts of the Brown. Estate that would be the bride who still roams the estate and a long white gown waiting for her wedding day. Of course, she is the. Are. They're always brides dressed in their wedding clothes just waiting for their wedding day at these places and it's always really sad because i. they're also always like crying or like they look very like shock they've always been jilted. Yeah. It's not fair. No I. Don't like while in eighteen, twenty, two, this bride Julia. Huggins was set to marry Walter Maynard, his best dude John Huggins was going to be the best man but all was not well of course, there wasn't everyone died. Wheeler Alina a fight was a bruin. So there's like multiple stories about what actually happened and since the story was largely spread by tourism, they all vary a little bit. I feel like the best things in the worst things are always spread by doors. One hundred percent we can account for a lot with tourism well, like I said, there's a few theories. The first is that the grew was having an affair and the best man found out that was his sister. So he was like I'm upset and then the groom was like you are Eliah I think that was it that was it, but there's also some mortgage bonds. Okay. The next one is that the best man like I said was the bride's brother and the groom discovered that they were hooking up with each other on the low, and obviously he went a little bananas about that Allah incest a lot incest. So S- big ill. Another theory we've got another one says that the bride's father now, that's the dad this time was tried for mistreating his sleeves and this was in the eighteen hundred. So you know that was real bad. That was a sharp left turn sharp left. The groom having an affair. Yeah. That's like the classic in the best man is being a good dude and killed them died hero. It's a pretty good wrong com movie actually I picked up I like that one while historians think the real story dates back to a historical rivalry between the maynard and the huggins families the plantation itself dates back to the Century and it was at that time a beautiful property decorated with international furnishings from Africa and China. But today it's in ruins. Really. Sad. But sad torres claim to hear whales of a crying bride enslaves. ooh, and Julia is sometimes spotted in her wedding gown only during the full moon I don't hate that this is in ruin. Now what's meant to be will be yeah don't go there. It's terrible place. Nine. At number nine this week is leap castle and love this one according to ancient legends. Leap Castle is built on an ancient Druid holy site. ooh while we don't know if the druids used the land for human sacrifice, we do know that once the castle was built it did witness hundreds of murders I feel like that's just like what castles do. Yeah. Any good castle worth. Its name seen offend learning the hundreds of murders. You can't be a castle. You know it's a qualification. The best part of this place is that it's named after a little earl leap off a nearby cliff by an ancient Irish abandoned chieftain. ooh. Yeah. He jumped as a sign of bravery to win clan leadership from his brother later, it was taken over by the bloody carols. I want to be friends with them because you definitely don't want to be their enemy. Yeah. You don't want to be an enemy of the bloody. Oh Carols No. Well, they were known for throwing Red Wedding s dinner parties and just straight up killing their guests like the saddest episode of Game Fern. So to picture that was all is affecting me R.I.P Robb stark. Talk. About number be over it. Well, this was way back in the fifteen hundreds. So the it is pretty game of thrones Ian. Yeah. So the carols, this is one of my favorite things they built an uber yet a what an yet. and. What would happen was victims would fall through a trap door into this. googly. It in the remains of one hundred fifty people were found during a nineteen twenties renovation. So I think we have three major ghosts that we want to chat about really quick. Hit me up. One of the ghosts is called the Red Lady. It's an carol hostage, the murdered her baby. Oh, I don't WanNa be a part of them anymore. This is when I got off the OH. Carol, Bandwagon. You're. Not. In. She's looking for her baby though was murdered. Oh, I know and then we have thaddeus. So Carol who is a priest killed buys brother in a power grab anybody named Thaddeus as okay in my book thought he is a great name does the last one that I found was called the murdered lady was she murdered? No. We. Think she was I wouldn't Wanna be called the murdered lady later in life she shows up and she's naked has all yeah. Has a red cloth over her face and she just screams twice at you and then leaves that would change you as a person I think like to which say I leave I leave the Milky Way Galaxy. If that happened to me I would walk like five hundred miles and then I'd walk five hundred more which I would be so far. That's terrifying to me. No. Thanks. So we don't love that will in the sixteen hundreds after all that crazy. Oh, Carol business it changed hands and it went to Jonathan Darby who fell in love with an old carol daughter. So now it was just all about love right romance. Well, he still haunts the castle right now people as looking for his loss golds, but I think that's pretty priority of him. The other reports of things happening are doorbells ring with no one their tools move around without being touched There's like sounds of furniture moving people screaming, and then a carpenter that was working on the property once just left and he was like I'm never coming back to work because he walked five hundred miles and then five hundred more leap castle everybody.

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The Lummi Nation is withdrawing from a COVID-19 vaccine trial conducted by AstraZeneca

Native America Calling

03:50 min | Last month

The Lummi Nation is withdrawing from a COVID-19 vaccine trial conducted by AstraZeneca

"This is national native news make an camera in for Antonio Gonzalez, a Montana County has agreed to open a satellite voting office on the black feet nation in settlement of a lawsuit by the tribe Mt. PR's Aaron Bolton reports Jacqueline de Leon is a staff attorney for the colorado-based native American Rights Fund, which helped the bike, the nation file, a case in federal court last week after the. Tribe requested that Array County. Opened a satellite voting office on the reservation. The tribe argued failure to do so would violate federal and State Law de Leone says the county has now read to open a satellite office in heartbeat on. October, nineteenth settling the case we were worried and have been worried that the move to vote by mail was going to disenfranchise native Americans because we know that. Vote by mail in Indian country. We know that lots of people don't get residential mail delivery under a county election officials declined to comment on the case. Di Leone says the native American. Rights Fund also helped the Fort Pack and Northern Cheyenne Tribes Negotiate with Roosevelt Big Horn, and Rosebud. Counties. She says that all three counties were offering in person voter services off reservation according to de. Leon all three counties have now agreed to open satellite offices on the reservations for national native news I'm Erin Bolton. A first nations leader in Atlantic Canada is calling on the prime minister to help settle a lobster dispute as Dan Carpenter Chuck reports confrontations in the Nova Scotia, lobster fishery have become increasingly more violent. Now, indigenous leaders are asking for more protection from police against targeted attacks by nonindigenous lobster fishers police say there were about two hundred people present during violent clashes near lobster pounds one van was set on fire. The dispute began after indigenous lobster fishers say they exercise their? Treaty rights to fish outside the federally regulated fishing season. The chief of this epoch attack first nation Mike sack says they have a right to fish for a moderate livelihood where and when they want and that's based on a Supreme Court ruling from twenty years ago sack says during the confrontation police were on site but did nothing to intervene I've also sent a letter off to a prime minister and hoping that him from they're not sure where to go with IT A. Number of community members throughout Nova Scotia Canada are willing to come in and protect our equal. Or we're not looking to add any fuel to the fire. So we're open the RCMP can just help come in. Charge what was wrong doing the chief says his council has also decided to take legal action against those who are interfering with his bands lobster fishery. In Ottawa Indigenous Services Minister Mark Miller called the violence unacceptable. He says, it's important to get both sides to the table to talk about exactly what is a moderate livelihood for the Magma for National Native News I'm Dan Carpenter Chuck. The LemMe Indian Business Council said this week that the LEMme nation is withdrawing from covid nineteen vaccine trial conducted by Astra Zeneca leader said, there were ongoing communication challenges with officials at the pharmaceutical company which had put its trial on hold following adverse reactions among some volunteers. The Lemme end the Navajo nation faced some backlash from tribal members participating in the trial according to Indian country today that's because of a fraud history of medical procedures and outside research conducted on Indigenous People Lemme nation medical director Dr Dakota Lane said Native Americans face greater risk from covid nineteen but are rarely included and testing vaccines and medications, which is a disadvantage to determining whether they're effective in native populations. LemMe Business Council. Chairman Lawrence Solomon said they would explore whether future trials are safe and appropriate for tribal members for national. Native, News. I'm Megan Camera.

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Cloud Gaming Could Impact Environment with Widespread Adoption

College Esports QuickTake

02:26 min | Last month

Cloud Gaming Could Impact Environment with Widespread Adoption

"Of our Studies have looked at the positive benefits gaming can have on human populations. But today we're looking at a potential negative according to researchers at Lancaster University who published their finances the 7th International Conference on ICT for sustainability cloud gaming if it were to become widespread could have a major impact on the environment wage limit changes in my opinion the biggest issue facing Humanity. It's important to consider how the things we do impact the environment around us generally gaming doesn't have a huge impact, but Horizon cloud gaming could have huge ramifications before we jump into the findings. I have to shout out in the cool Carpenter one of the best e Sports writers out there. She published a full article on this issue and polygon this morning. That's how I came across. No link the article below. It's something worth reading as most Gamers know cloud gaming is a big area of focus for the main gaming companies xcloud stadia PlayStation now or all big initiatives page right now cloud gaming has a negligible impact on the environment mainly because it accounts very very small percentage of all gaming being played the Lancaster University researchers modeled three possibilities by the year twenty-thirty the one where cloud gaming that's literally playing video games straight from the cloud not just downloading them from the cloud just to be clear stays a small part of overall gaming that model had little effect on the environment the second model assumes 30% of Gamers plaid primarily cloud-based streaming games that would increase the carbon emissions of gaming by about 30% and 5 or if ninety percent of people switched over to playing games on the cloud that would increase carbon emissions of gaming by a hundred and 12% Those models were also assuming Gamers continue to play in 7 a.m. And 20 and 1080p if 4K gaming took over that would have a massive effect on the environment that final example were ninety percent of gamers are suddenly playing video games on a cloud would require massive bounds in Internet infrastructure, and it's incredibly unlikely, but it's also something to be informed about and consider when debating what to play and what to subscribe to now the big savings page. This is also highlighted by Nicole and her article. This study assumes the cloud service are being run by fossil fuels not by Clean Energy if we can make a transition to clean energy. This study is basically month so far gaming friends. This is just one more reason to push everything towards clean energy. We're going to need it quickly. That's

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Take That, Target! Walmart Launches Hip Private Label Line

Business Wars Daily

04:03 min | 2 months ago

Take That, Target! Walmart Launches Hip Private Label Line

"A. From wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday October I. It said that ninety percent of Americans live within ten miles of a Walmart. Now, if that's the case, why don't more people shop for clothes at the world's biggest retailer? Well, that's a question that Walmart's been trying to answer for years with limited success fifteen years ago. The company introduced a private label line and advertised in none other than vogue anybody remember that. No No. Thought. So well in the last few years Walmart has I'd competitor target with some Degree of envy as target has successfully launched several private label brands of Apparel Walmart however just hasn't been able to get out of the gate with its own apparel lines a few years ago it bought menswear brand bonobos, mud cloth, and plus sized women's wear brand eloquent since then it's sold MoD cloth and shrunk bonobos recording to retail reporter Daphne. Howland in two thousand eighteen. It also launched four private label lines and called itself a quote destination for apparel. While some of those private labels are doing well according to Ad Week for many shoppers that map lead elsewhere to this day most younger shoppers wooden named. Walmart. Apparel destination well, now Walmart is trying again last week the company launched a more upscale private label line of so-called modern essentials for men and women called Free Assembly. The line was designed by veteran of J. Crew Old Navy. Yes. bonobos Walmart says free assembly features. Classic pieces intended to be worn season after season in other words, a hip or take on fashion than the cheap generic jeans, t-shirts and athletes. Your Walmart is best known for. Initially, free assembly will be available online and in two hundred, Fifty Walmart stores according to week. The line ranges from men's carpenter jeans and flannel shirts to a structured forty-five Boyfriend Blazer for Women Free Assembly was designed for younger customers who don't already by their basics at Walmart a whole new crowd probably much like the one that shops at target and like will everyone who seeking affordable fashion on Walmart's enormous rival you know the one Amazon. have to Walmart persistence despite several failures, the company hasn't given up, but this time economic conditions have changed. So dramatically that its new apparel strategy just might actually succeed. I mean consider this some days. It seems like retailers fashion brands everywhere keeping bankruptcy attorneys and business last year seventeen major retailers declared bankruptcy according to retail dive so far this year twenty-seven have so many of these retailers but not all sell clothing from J., crew JC penney with so many apparel brands going out of business it leaves a big penny pinching for Walmart to scoop up if. And it's a big one. If it can out design target but targeted won't be easy to beat. It's apparel sales actually sank over the last few months in a week back to school shopping season. Could make that worse Wall Street Journal reporter Aaron Back Rights. But in both apparel and home target enjoys a reputation that Walmart has yet to achieve its private label brands are known for quality and design savvy back rights and that reputation sets it apart from dying department stores providing what back calls a moat against cutthroat competition from desperate retailers. Apart, from apparel sales both target and Walmart have profited as a result of the pandemic Walmart's e commerce revenues soared almost seventy five percent during the first quarter targets. Digital sales shot up one hundred, forty percent for the

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Workers accused of building "man cave" under Grand Central

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Workers accused of building "man cave" under Grand Central

"Three metro north workers have been suspended without pay after being accused of making a man cave out of a storage room at Grand Central Terminal. Investigators say the wire Hman Carpenter, an electrician's At a refrigerator, microwave couch, workout equipment, hideaway beds, air conditioning and a flat screen TV with a streaming device plugged in. An anonymous tipster. Probably jealous call the PTA inspector general to complain on the complaint hotline about the man cave, saying they were in there drinking and party.

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One Priceless Lesson We Often Forget About Love and Life

Optimal Living Daily

05:14 min | 2 months ago

One Priceless Lesson We Often Forget About Love and Life

"One priceless lesson we often forget about love and life by Mark Chernoff mark and Angel Dot Com. Everything, we need. Jose's wife Maria was born in a one bedroom stand alone home on the outskirts of Playa del Carmen Mexico. was a fine little home, but her father Oscar wanted a real house. So he worked two jobs a sixty hour week factory job, and then another twenty hours or so a week as carpenter. Oscar say fifty percent of his income for over a decade to build his family of four bedroom house like the ones in the better parts of town he put half his family savings and a low community bank and he talked the other half away in a safe he kept hidden on their property. On the morning Oscar plan to break ground on his family's new house, the local community bank shuttered stores just hours after law enforcement declared the bank was running an illegal and uninsured Ponzi scheme ninety percent of the deposits Oscar made were lost. Then the very next day. The little home was robbed at gun point in exchange for his family's safety Oscar for the rest of the money he had hidden in safe. In the short window of thirty six hours, the family lost a vast majority of their savings from years of hard work the night for the first time as Mother Olga watched Oscar cry. She approached Oscar with their infant daughter cradled and rocking in her arms and said, it's just money minister just a house. We've so much more than that. We have a truly loving home. Oscar looked at Olga, dried his eyes and nodded his head in agreement. He spent the rest of the night with his baby daughter holding her tight to his chest reminding himself that he might not be able to give his family, the house he dreamed of, but he can continue to give them a truly loving home. And for the nine years that followed Maria grew up in that small loving one bedroom home. After the first year, a sister Andrea joined her after the third year brother Roberto showing to the memories share of that time are truly heartwarming for example, everyday. Of Maria Early Grade School years she remembers her father coming home from work just before dinner giving her and her siblings, individual hugs and kisses, and then asking them to questions. More you loved. Do you have love in your heart? All three shoulder would nod their head smiling then he'd gather them all up in a big group. Hug and call out Metoo we are blessed. We have everything we need. With that house. Even. Though Oscar sincerely believed what he said to his children. He was still pursuing his dream of building a larger and more comfortable house for his family and nine years after losing all of their savings Oscar. Once again, saved enough money to begin building that new house twenty feet behind their little one bedroom home he started with framing out the foundation of the kitchen them Ria's mother had always quietly dreamed of. One Cement Block at a time paycheck by paycheck. Slowly, but steadily built a house he'd come. So close to building nearly a decade beforehand I a kitchen, a large family room and two bathrooms than a master bedroom bedrooms for each of the children and a nice covered front patio. In two thousand, two, win Jose Maria and start falling in love with her Oscar was still building that house. Soon. Thereafter, he put the last few finishing touches on it. The, entire family celebrated for weeks on end and Nowadays Oscar Olga still celebrate holidays and special occasions at the House with all three of their children and their children's families several times a year. But, the stories prizes lesson has nothing to do with that house. Just, a bonus the first day Jose met Marie his family. He noticed how sincerely loving and happy the whole family was. He praised Oscar for the beautiful family. He had asked him what the secret was. Oscar. Spent hours sharing interesting heartfelt stories about why his family was the luckiest one in the world. Never, shared all the details about how their house was built. In fact, after years of knowing Maria and her family traveling with them and even living with them for a short time, no one ever thought to tell Jose about how their family's house came to be. They ask questions about the construction few occasions and he received replies about the construction it until after Jose Maria got married and close on their own first house in Miami. Florida that Oscar took Jose for a long walk. He s does a about the details and Jose excitedly shared information about their new neighborhood in the House Oscar listened intently smiled and then finally he shared the story you've just heard. My daughter does not need a house Oscar concluded she needs a truly loving home and when you fill that home with children, your children will need exactly the same. If you that no matter how big or small your actual houses, your children will WanNa come home to you. The rest is just bonus. I know all of this because Jose ms one of my best friends and just this morning over coffee. He asked me where I was going to write about today. When I told him I hadn't yet decided. He smirked said Mama story for you, and then he proceeded to tell me the story I just told you.

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What Made the Prehistoric 'Hell Ant' So Diabolical?

BrainStuff

02:24 min | 2 months ago

What Made the Prehistoric 'Hell Ant' So Diabolical?

"Hey brains of is Christian, Sager here fire ants, carpenter ants, bull ants there. A lot of ant species that can cause a great deal of harm. The worst one alive today about two Guinness World. Records is the bulldog ant. It has killed at least three human some within fifteen minutes. But perhaps, the worst aunt ever was the hell aunt, a prehistoric insect that was recently discovered encased in a chunk of Myanmar amber dating to the late. Cretaceous period evolutionary. Biologist Phillip Barden of the Jersey Institute of Technology and his team wrote about the Hell Aunt discovery in the journal systemic entomology. The hell aunt got its name from its anatomy and behavior instead. Of having a typical mouth, the hell aunt had blades that stuck upward think like tusks plus a horn that was reinforced with metal scientists don't know for sure how the hell used. It's unusual appendages but they have some theories i. it clear that the ants tusks and horn were mainly used for catching prey. So here's one possible mo when it came to finding dinner when a tasty insect passed nearby the hell aunts jaw tusks would flip the insect up an onto its horn impaling it spearing prey does take a toll though which is probably why the Hell Lance Horn was clad with metal and if that isn't gruesome, enough researchers say this prehistoric insect. Some vampire like tendencies two when the ant snagged its prey, it's Tusk like jaws close to form a gutter, which may have been a means of funneling the insects blood right down into the ants. Gullit, the Helen scientifically known as Lingua Mir Mex- vladi was discovered in chunk of amber that was ninety, nine, million years old although it's unusual appendages were likely used to catch its food researchers say they may have occasionally been used defensively. This is not the only insect sporting metal either some present day termite species actually have zinc and manganese in their manuals. However, there are no modern ants similarly equipped.

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Two residential schools in Canada are named historic sites

Native America Calling

03:56 min | 3 months ago

Two residential schools in Canada are named historic sites

"This is national native news I'm Antonio Gonzalez to former residential schools in Canada have been named national historic sites as down. Carpenter reports the schools which represent a dark history are now being recognized as one of the events that shaped Canada to schools added to the official roster of national historic events are in Nova Scotia and Manitoba. It's the first time a residential school has been named in such a way Canada's environment minister. Jonathan Wilkinson says. Is Not, just about telling the good things. It's also about recalling the more challenging aspects, commemorating and understanding history not celebrating it. Perry Belgarde is the national chief of the assembly of first nations bell. Guard says first nations people still feel today the intergenerational trauma of the residential schools and it's part of our shared history. It's dark history of in terms of our shared history, but Canada and everybody needs to learn from that, and again, we've always said that those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it. The residential schools are described as a dark stain on Canada's passed the government funded church run schools were designed to assimilate native children. Into white culture thousands were physically sexually emotionally abused the schools which operated from the mid eighteen hundreds for more than a century for national native news. I'm Dan Carpentry Chuck at top US health official recently visited Minnesota which included meeting with tribal officials. Call Prima with Minnesota Native News has more is August drew to a close the White House's Corona Virus Task Force coordinator Dr Berks visited Minnesota, and met with both state and tribal officials. Dr Burke said she's impressed with how Minnesota has responded to the pandemic using a data driven approach however burks says she's concerned with the rate of positive cases. The state is seeing in the twin cities and surrounding counties. This state has gone from two to five to now nine counties over ten percent. That trend is worrisome this late into the summer to combat rising cases burkes is urging minnesotans to continue wearing masks and socially distance during the pandemic. Even if many may be feeling fatigue to all the guidelines in her visit to Minnesota, burks also stopped Duluth and met with tribal officials with the Fund lack of Lake Superior. Chippewa. Were really terrific I, think across this country being able to meet with a tribal nations has really been extraordinary is impressed by their ability to have institutions that could support isolation within their community and I think really ensuring that they have the resources and the wherewithal to prevent outbreaks. Dr Brooks says fondling efforts and the efforts of tribes across the nation is a good thing to see given that native Americans are disproportionately affected by covid nineteen. Burke. Says Native Americans, who were already suffering from health disparities pre. Pandemic are more likely to suffer life threatening complications due to covid nineteen compared to other racial and ethnic groups nationwide across the United States. Still, the number one group that has the highest fatalities related to this virus are native Americans, and so really ensuring that we have continued to focus resources and meeting their needs you Minnesota about six hundred and twenty covid. Nineteen cases have been confirmed among the native population so far according to recent health data thirty, three of those cases resulted in death I'm co Primo. Former principal chief of the Muskogee. Creek. Nation. George Tiger is expected to report to prison September fourteenth to begin a one year sentence for bribery charges. Muskogee media reports the US Attorney's Office for Oklahoma. Says Tiger accepted bribes of more than sixty thousand dollars during a time period between two thousand, seventeen to two, thousand and nineteen. He was sentenced last month to the prison term two years supervised release and a ten thousand dollar fine. I'm Antonio Gonzales.

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What's next in the Fortnite antitrust fight?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:53 min | 3 months ago

What's next in the Fortnite antitrust fight?

"Epic Apple and Google are interviewed over the game fortnight. Here's why in Mobile APPs whenever you buy a digital item like an e book or Avatar skins or weapons in game google and apple charge a thirty percent fee on that purchase. Recently epic started letting players by in-app purchases on their credit cards. So apple and Google wouldn't get the FI apple google than both yanked fortnight from the APP store and Google play epic sued saying these digital fees are antitrust violations. Apple had threatened to go further and revoke epochs access to special tools that meant that other IOS games and APPs built on epic's engine would be affected but a federal judge Monday said epic it's to keep that access for now. Nicole Carpenter is the deputy news editor at the Gaming Site Polygon Epic Games game engine unreal engine is essential to game developers and honestly it's beyond gamed game development to a lot of industries use this game engine. It helps in doing kind of all portions of game development, but it's really known for as a three D. image creation tool. So creates those three D. Worlds. It's also used in films to create kind of the CGI backgrounds and other three d things in their movies. So by taking ethics access to the development tools at apple provides, that's going to be harmful to way more than just at big. I wonder how much power epoch has here you know like when spotify started making a lot of noise about apple's anti-competitive policies that got people's attention because spotify is a big name and they made a pretty clear case epic is a big name with a lot of reach and one assumes a lot of pretty loud fans like, do you think that will make a difference I do and that's really been part. Of epochs plan, this was more than just a lawsuit as soon as they got taken off the APP store and Google play store, they filed those lawsuits and they launch a campaign, the CEO of epic Games. He's posting publicly about this and and passionately about this, they're trying to sort of movement and they've got their Hashtag. They've got the tournament and I think that makes something for their chances they're with spotify. they're huge company, but they didn't have that campaign behind it like they do here epoch is really going for. The public opinion and with the size of fortnight, they've been able to use that power before. What are you know? The argument that apple makes is that there's plenty of competition and I wonder like if epic is taken out of the Google play store, people can still side load apps find another way to install fortnight on their phone, and that's not the case on Apple. Right. Right. That's the case from the Google play store filed a lawsuit against school anyways because some of their practices they say are anti-competitive that way but. If. You don't have fortnight installed on your phone on Ios right now, you can't play unless you've downloaded it before then you can kind of move around and go back to your old purchase and download it that way I mean it seems like it'd be pretty hard to argue that that's not anticompetitive right? And that's the argument is that epic Games is really trying to create new legislation here. What they're doing is testing legislation that already exists they're seeing that if this antitrust rules as they stand right now, Kim support case. Is it complicated at all by the fact that epoch itself both makes Games and sells others games and has some games exclusive to its own stores. You know I think it I think that it does make this a little bit more complex there but it does feel like it's a different sort of arena. You know they do have games that are exclusive to their platforms, but there are other options within PC gaming that. It doesn't make it a monopoly. From your perspective, how do you see this ending? I think in the court case, it's going to take a very, very long time to have something come out of something come out of the case but I do think that you know that's almost irrelevant right now for epic games because they're really going for the the court of Public Opinion So I think they're going to keep playing off that kind of harnessing the fan base in a way that. It's bringing an issue antitrust to people who might not have ever thought about that before. So I think that's really the goal here and kind of using that power to push apple and Google. In the way they want to.

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Donna Carpenter Interview

Good Life Project

04:42 min | 3 months ago

Donna Carpenter Interview

"I Being of a certain age grew up on long island and was hey, sniffer. Many of those, right? I remember grabbing my Sner for when this no came down walking down the hill to local golf course, which was at the end of my block. You know trekking up to the top of old glory and just going forward until my lips were blue and our shaking, and it was time to go home me till I grew up with a surfer. We always took it sledding with us the that was the sort of Progressive Edgy thing to do even then you know you're born originally somewhere in east Texas but a pretty young age the family ended up jumping over to Greenwich Connecticut, or somewhere thereabouts. Curious. What what that was like for you I mean 'cause. As somebody who grew up outside of New York I'm guessing that was a bit of a jarring change for you was there real culture shock. You know I've been thinking about this. I think shaken I we both grew up in kind of suburbs of New York. But neither one of US embraced those values I mean coming from east. Texas I didn't really understand them. You know just the e one of my first memories of my grandmother saying she won't visit us because Satan actually lives in New York I don't know if you knew that but that's his home address so. Chacon I neither one of us, Kinda fell part of our tribes there, and especially when he decided to dedicate his life his sniffing. His tribe certainly didn't understand. That was not the expectation for him growing up in Long Island, and you know expecting to go on Wall Street really I. Guess. So I think that that was one reason we were really attracted to each other that we started to create our own community very early on we realized that we were going to have to create family. Yeah. Now that makes a lot of sense. It seems like you also you graduated high school early as well right? Well Yeah we're. We're not the same age. We didn't. We didn't know each other growing up but I I, went to I left Greenwich I was determined to leave. Greenwich. So I left it sixteen spending year in France that I'd probably rather not talk about. And then God, very serious about college and he had very similar trajectory. He kinda got kicked out of a boarding school got into a little trouble and then got serious about his future. So we kind of had that in common and honestly Jonathan, I hadn't really met a whole lot of hard working. Decent honest skies who were persevering at something nobody believed and. again, I think that's why we were able to kind of create our own community. I mean. So you ended up in Barnard and I guess as Legend would have it were up in in Vermont for a New Year's Eve trip walked into a bar and Jake was there drinking Jack and milk? And you know else. This is a newsflash she was also chewing a little weed. In in his lip because he was pre also He had a really like he was not taking care of himself. He was working eighteen hours a day by himself pretty much, and he basically had ulcer condition and the the milk cut the check. And we'd helped his stomach. So Yeah, God is so at that point, then he was a couple of years into it already working maniacally and it sounds like there was a quick connection but you're still you're still at bartered that time I was still at Barnard and I can remember you know we're young we're in new. York City we have the world in front of us and he would come visit me and I tell my it's Oh my new boyfriend's coming and he would probably fall asleep on the couch for like eight hours straight and they'd be like Nice. So. Yeah. He was in a different phase of his life frayed but something you know really appealed to me about it. Yeah.

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August Fixes

Fix It 101

03:34 min | 3 months ago

August Fixes

"Org. How are you guys doing this morning? I'm much better now that I'm not. Blurry? You. Had It on some sort of beauty mode where where you or just glowing in radiant and the rest of everything behind you was blurred and. Unapproachable. Didn't even see that. Beauty Mode on yours Jeff. REDACT right. I don't even have my camera on broke now. Okay. So, let's talk real quick. What are you guys working on Javer you in your truck? My truck I mean in the mid level hundred and twenty eight acres why Mattis County were building a modern form style We're having a meeting right now with the trim carpenters and the homeowner. Talking about what our cabinets you're gonNA look like bricker. We'll finish up today or tomorrow and Just a beautiful setting out here on top of the hill. That's fantastic. Okay. So tell us about the houses you've been under. Pam. Well. I I wanted to tell Jeff I dr pepper. This weekend. Nice what? About that, what did you say you Dr Pepper Your Grill? Yeah. Because Jeff said that that's what he used to clean his grill. So I I was. Rule in this weekend I thought we'll try that. So I picked up a leader of Dr Pepper and. took. A. Garbage can LID and turned it upside down and set my great down in it. Pour that Dr Pepper over it. I'm GonNa take something. For drinking another Dr Pepper. It, really clean it. It did it just it fizzed all that runoff. It was awesome. You if you want to boil the oil out of your driveway, put some Dr Pepper on it. a couple of months ago I had the old changed my truck and the godless all can underneath the truck and I get home and I thought I was leaking oil. So I'm going to put the Dr Pepper all night. While I can't believe that Dr Pepper has become a thorough cleaning product on the fix. Partly. What's leftover when you're done cleaning strike? Well, what if you're like a mountain dew fan does that work? You know I don't I don't. I can't. I can't comment on that because I've never tried to mountain dew. Okay. All right. So Am I gonNA waste of buck on out and do see if it works. All right. So. Big Show today, I had the most colossal day in in in in the world ever had to move my daughter to one of the big schools in the state. So I did that while I was there popped a tyre on campus. So had to pull over the road it only one hundred and thirty eight degrees with no trees but I did change the tire into the spare. So this this took me a moment and wore me out because you know on modern cars, they put little tiny tiny Jacks in there you know to Jack up the car. So it's just that much more difficult. Anyway no problem got done. Got Back up on the road and home and drove. Driveway and everything was wet

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La Sardine closes permanently after nearly 22 years in Chicago's West Loop due to COVID-19 and a bad break

WBBM Late Morning News

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

La Sardine closes permanently after nearly 22 years in Chicago's West Loop due to COVID-19 and a bad break

"Is being blamed for the shutdown of a West Loop restaurant, which has been well thing welcoming diners for more than 20 years. The owners of La Sardine announced the closing and thanked their customers for celebrating special moments with them in a Facebook post. They called Cove in an extinction event for restaurants and urged people to support family owned places. So Chicago Doesn't become a city of soulless chain restaurants. The Bistro opened across the street from Harpo Studios in Washington and Carpenter back in 1998 when the Bulls were n ba champions. The owners. Other restaurant label shown will remain open in Bucktown and

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"carpenter" Discussed on Essential Craftsman Podcast

Essential Craftsman Podcast

05:18 min | 5 months ago

"carpenter" Discussed on Essential Craftsman Podcast

"Of the essential craftsmen podcast. This might be the most meaningful show we've done yet. And before we dig in I. Want to set the table a little bit to give some context to this interview. Most of our listeners and viewers are familiar with Larry Hawn Larry is probably one of the top five most famous carpenters in the world. And he's. He's passed away as of nine or ten years ago and Neela. Who you'll meet later is his wife or his widow. Now, she only lives a couple of hours I. Guess an hour and a half from Roseburg where we are, so it was a relatively short drive for some of us, probably many of us. Larry is a bit of an icon. He is the ultimate carpenter builder. He doesn't fit the. As A. kind of rough and tumble construction guy. He's eloquent. He's intelligent. He's thoughtful. He's clean. He's. Athletic although deceptively, so because he at least in the videos as we all see him, he doesn't appear to be some sort of superhuman, but his grace and his technique really shine a when you when we all watched him frame that house. So and for me and my dad in particular now that we are sort of in the video if not business just the video world, we feel an extra level of connection to Larry because of his skills as a video presenter and A. Creative. Content maker just from the previous generation before we start. Let me give a little background about Larry. Just so when we start this discussion with meal. If you are familiar with him, you'll know the basics Larry was born in Nebraska. He grew up in a home with no power freezing cold. He found his way to California. In the fifties. I I should say he was in the military before that. He found his way to California in the fifties where he. Started building, and helped developed, and was a part of a very serious construction boom that lasted decades. Larry developed his skills as carbon working with his brother, framing houses, just lightning fast and assemble these skills and techniques later in his life into a book, the very efficient carpenter, which as far as I understand. It is still sort of the Bible for production. Carpentry and how to. Framing! Is Really Great. You can buy on Amazon right now and we've got a copy of it. It's been fun to flip through. And as a matter of fact, my dad and I are working on a video well. My Dad's working on kind of putting some of his thoughts together about the things. He's learned from Larry in his book. That made the biggest impact. It's a big list, but you can expect that video coming out soon. Aside from being the ultimate carpenter Larry wrote a lot. He contributed articles that were published in fine home building. He wrote his book very efficient carpenter. He wrote a memoir later in his life. And, probably more things that I'm. I'm not really even aware of, but it's his writing to me is one of the additional thing that just sets him apart as a unique. Tradesmen, not not every tradesman is writing in their spare time, so that should give you an idea if if you are not familiar with them, I would direct you after this interview to go to Youtube and type in Larry Hawn, because he's probably most well known for his video series. He did I believe. It's three parts about framing a house, and it's very much how to it's. It's just really incredibly well done. Larry narrates displays all of the techniques in his book in framing this House which we mentioned in this interview we find out. It was built for his sister. So hopefully that gives you an idea who larry is if you didn't know already this conversation with meal and meals, daughter Cerita joins partway through the interview as well and they were both just. Just really lovely people and I. I just really enjoyed it tremendously as you can imagine, this conversation was not super easy for me La and CERITA because it's. They Miss Larry tremendously in in ways that the only family can, and so I. I really appreciate them. Having this conversation and helping to perpetuate the legacy that we feel of Larry and hopefully it reminds them of the parts of him that you know we're not familiar with I should say for me in particular. This concept of legacy and families especially fresh be my wife's father just passed away, and so we're just kind of finishing the funeral, and the the thoughts around legacy and the. The aspect of a of a man's life. What is? Learned and remains in it's it's just really important and special, and I'm I feel privileged.

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"carpenter" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

Nobody Told Me!

03:48 min | 5 months ago

"carpenter" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

"Welcomed nobody told me I'm Laura Owens. I'm Jan Black. Have you ever found it tough to communicate with others of a different age race, religion, gender or job function? Would you like to close this conversation gap between you and your boss? Coworkers employees, our customers our guest on this episode. Elicit Carpenter has advice on how to do just that Eliza is a workplace communications, expert and the owner. Owner of everything's not okay, and that's okay. where she provides training consulting and speaking services to organizations. She's also the author of how to listen and be heard inclusive conversations at Work Elizabeth. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you so much for having me..

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"carpenter" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

Your Gardening Questions

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"carpenter" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

"Understanding. You've had your annual encounter now with. CARPENTER BEES! Little Rascals? I have chosen where I've tried in the past to stop them. Slow them down I've used corks in holes I have sprayed the various pesticides in the holes, and so on carpenter bees are of that be kingdom. If you will nuisances, they can create significant structural damage, but because I can't seem to control them in my unpainted unfinished overhead structure I. I have taken them on his comedic. The the females do their business they they do the drilling for the most part they go up in to the Denver. Then they take a hard right or left turn bore out. Then they lay their eggs supply the eggs with something to eat when they get done. Et Cetera, and and all of this can be structurally damaging. However, the mails all they do is dancer fighting each other I had one. They'll buzz you they i. don't think the males can sting, but I think the females can, but in any event without contact per se. This little rascal flew up maybe eight inches from my eyes. My eyes were crossed when I. Try to look at it.

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"carpenter" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

14:04 min | 8 months ago

"carpenter" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"No carpenter. Just give me a goat. Actually doing it will be burned myself a really into this role. I used to do this all the time. Don't worry I'm ready for this. I mean like we said this is kind of Daniel Bolton's biggest role anyway. I can imagine him throwing himself into it again. It's carpenter James Woods. The known quantity totally So Woods and the Padre Padre get to this hotel. James Woods immediately. Hits this guy with the phone which is fucking great But this is where basically exploring the link between this dude. Valich is the Namion valley and Katrina. We see him bucket decapitate. This priest again pretty decent special effect. Yeah and this is when I start falling asleep to be honest. Well this is the mystery unfolding definitely the that is unfolding as valid is trying to find this special cross that was from Old Europe. That's now buried in the southwest in order to complete the ritual to make him like a day walker. An immortal vampire that is not affected by this fucking break. The Cross and half put half Europe half in fucking South America. Call it a day but it's a show us the people it's the thing. The thing is known was as smart as Stephen. Saint in the Catholic Church. No I don't think they had other things in mind at the 'cause I paid attention. So the the the cross it was used in the ceremony that turned. Valich from a a priest who was like working with the poor he became like a Bohemians. They say And and they tried to like it was like a botched exorcism and the early reverse X. Or something to that effect and they turned him into in doing this and it was a frame job. Because just because he was helping the poor They turned him into a vampire and this will turn him into the vamp like the best vampire. We'll right because he's a master who can also walk during the day. So essentially. He'll be unstoppable. It was just another whoopsie daisy by the Catholic church in a long line of would absolutely dude. I have to deal with the problem now. Let's not to think of what we did. Let's just do. What would cabinet? Is that right though that they say that they did this? Reverse exorcism on this. Because he was helping the poor yeah he became like Heat in that little Maximilian Shell thing. It becomes a revealed he was like he became. Bohemian and he was like I believe in all of you know God's children deserve everything like it was an equality guy in they're like well fuck that. Shit and they Put a detail right so valiquette was cool with like same sex marriage back that who knows. Listen listen listen anything resembling communist values. You get turned into a vampire that is rule number one rule number two. You molest kids. Use Sons of pitches. We are GONNA move you to a different church at. It's GonNa be really annoying and keep paying. You gotTA keep getting paid. What is Bohemian? Even mean is like always aligned to the HABSBURG crown checklist Avakian or is he just like a hip though. I think it means that that word that James Woods used earlier in the film six. Yeah Yikes so like now. They're they know what he's after so they have to find what he's where he's going in the pre black cross were also told is the the Bercy Cross. There's this other big scene where he aware of Alec actually gets the Bercy Cross. It's kind of hilarious. It's outside of looks like a Franciscan kind of monastery kind of thing. And it's all these vampires who were told our masters wake up and it's like six to eight different people men and women coming out of the dirt like with their eyes closed their magical man. I got one guy like with both eyes open. He's looking for. I worked broader. My mouth are horrible. I did it again. Laura Palmer this kind of reminded me of David Lynch ride like in the in the new twin peaks with those dirt Mun. Jackie is yet totally man. Getting late. Dude I love I honestly the scene of the vampires storming this monastery dude. These guys are like sitting ducks to these vampires. They're just you get a whole sequence of them like just being slade by these all these monks being thrown and ripped apart. It's not bad it's not bad there's one deed it's Kinda great 'cause there's one guy who's clearly just like pushed over but his robes like land on something that's on fire at this dude just starts cooking up this monks just on fire. It's all the pyrotechnic work in this movie phenomenal. It's pretty. It's a great man. It's a grade and the real problem with his movies. They're so cold on these footsteps for so long. Yes it is a lot of just playing catch up. I mean 'cause like when When the team gets to the monastery you know everybody's long gone so long gone that they're putting in the sound of like flies buzzing around so these dudes are now just like rotting. That's how long they're byline these vampires the whole trying to get Laura Palmer to like see what vallecas up to through the psychic link. They see like oh he's GonNa get the cross because there's the map and he kills Father Malina so then we just go to a church and that Father Molina presided over. And it's just like talk. Newest state trooper just feels like padding. Yeah this this cop character in that priests in that priests church is hilarious because James. Woods is like yeah. We're going around the country investigating hate crimes on Catholic people. Do you mean that. They're doing the heat backwards right. That's okay yeah go this way. It's kind of a funny exchange though because the COP is like. Oh now wait a second all right any new information you get. You'RE GONNA share it with US right. James Woods is like yeah because they mistake him for like fed. I guess now he's he's straight up says he's working for the Catholic Church. It is amazing. Like all right. This way worked for the Catholic Church. I don't know man. How about the fucking federal government steps in the Catholic Church? Okay cool wait outside fuck head get the fuck Outta here crash. A Sheriff I. Do you have any quote Unquote Vampires? You need me to kill you know. We got a little bit of payments to me if you had some quote Unquote Vampires de ray rent stabilized. Apartments could take care of those quarter-on-quarter Vampires. You Know Kevin. You just reminded me. There is a thing in that opening motel scene. Where Mark Boone Junior and some other dude are trying to impress the sex workers By saying that their vampire hunters and it brought to mind like this is still a world where vampires or not a known thing right yes it is still a mystery kind of thing so I feel like why are they telling people 'cause well it'd be let's be honest. The Catholic Church doesn't keep its about shut leaks out before this is Iraq. Yeah they were also getting their rocks off and I feel like it's like whatever like we tell we've stepped on the Moon. Man Yes share. That's true so it. So this other padre at this dude from a hell on wheels Roy a favorite. Yes Guinea course. My my absolute favorite. This guy was in late seat. What was the actor's name again to ten Guinea? Yes that might be a slur but yes we we accept it played in Helen Wheels. He didn't really emerge towards the later seasons. I think like three through five or so where he kinda played like a check to Sir Thomas Durant of course. Of course Thomas. Durant is doing the expansion out west making the railroad. The thing is this guy is doing it from the other way. And this when the show finally decides to address the whole Chinese labor of creating the the Railroad. It took them three seasons to address that. Yeah Yeah I well. We're not GONNA get a four season. So why don't we do something worth a damn like? The first two seasons are show was very much like were in Kansas. Okay we're just hanging out cans Gotcha Gotcha Gotcha this guy. A player in one of my favorite law and orders. He's one of those guys who killed his wife His like his girlfriend her daughter and their employer and then like act like seduced. Everybody like the not his lawyer the jury and everybody like because he's such a nice guy really. It's a really good episode. If you can find it it's it's a og law and order Geelani Order. Love me some. Ojea law and order. Ooh Oh wow you speak in vampires. I just noticed. In Twenty Sixteen. There was a show that started. Which according to this is how wheels and now. It's a show called Van helsing. Oh yes there you gotta shorter. Yeah I believe. It's on the SCIFI network. People love shows that like nobody watches? But if you say it in a room with more than one hundred People Twenty Hulu. Hey you know what? Oh Yeah Vanessa. Helsing distant relative of famous vampire. Hunter Abraham van helsing. Oh so it's like modern day. Oh I don't know everybody. I'm looking at this picture dude. With Horn people are tweeting. You right now in real time by arts. What wait for. She's three. It gets really good. Sure it's sexy is fuck folks from these promo photos. Steam punk kitties out is it. Steam pockets deemed bug. I'm in I might be. It looks kind of a little actually so I don't even know like they kind of just show up at this town. They lay siege on this town That's where he he has taken the large cross to do the ritual. San Tiago is the name of the town and I guess I guess they. It's actually another interesting thing that I wish I could see is they realize like the whole town is gone. And they're either dead or have been turned into Vampires and James. Woods is basically like all right so you know he has been working on this for a long time. He's been working on taking out this town bit by bit. So he's got this like entire town as its home base kind of all interesting. Shit. I'd Rather Watch. Yes exactly like they come. Apparently this is a movie where right before it started. They slashed the budget by two thirds. So that probably has something to do with it. Yeah that's a good call. I didn't read it. That's unfortunate but the funny thing is even for a slashed budget. I mean thankfully. They kept so much of it in you know. Just the production value of the special effects goes don't look cheap carpenter doesn't do movies that look cheap. I mean like find me one like on any budget. He'll find to make it look like something goes the. Mars actually is probably the worst. It's the most. Cgi you see him us. I think I will say though that I think The what the Fuck. The Twenty ten movie award. The Ward is cheap. Only the sense of like you can tell by like the quality of the digital camera that he's using to make the movie. Looks very cheap. Know what Netflix. Gift John. Carpenter movie if fucking does make a fucking movie. I don't know man. I saw him in concert which ruled by the way. I think he's just kind of happy smoking pot with his son he might very music and just doesn't WanNa do shit. There might be. Yeah I totally I. Totally feel. His quote was when The the new Halloween came out. And they're like Oh. Are you excited about this new Halloween Blizzard? I'm excited that. They paid me like they consulted him. But it wasn't very much like yeah. I get consulted because they get fucking paid and that's cool because I'm John Carpenter. I'm one hundred years old and I'm just hanging out well back to nine hundred ninety eight So John Just about to sign contract over for a seventy million dollars to make this vampire movie with Alec Baldwin Right. Yeah Daniel Baldwin. Yeah Man. I love album. Yeah no great. What you're saying Alec do right. Yeah we're we're doing the movie with Baldwin Mary to the mobs Alec Baldwin Right Yeah. Mojo technically can't get mad at me because I said a Baldwin was circling the role So they're gearing up to take this down this town of goons they realize the safest place all these vampires to be sleeping during the days in this jail which I guess has like multiple floors below it or all. The cells are something that we really don't see a lot of this jail. There's a lot of elevator business and I'm like what? What are we spending so much time on this elevator? Down Point for me a lot to fuck this whole we gotta do this. Elevator Action Bullshit. Great game totally. Great Game But this is I noticed it at the beginning of the movie but this is where I finally made the note about it. Dudes James Woods fucking fake as fuck crossbow..

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"carpenter" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

06:00 min | 8 months ago

"carpenter" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"This week on the program has a film about. The undead smelled this much like stale beer. It's John Carpenter's vampires. I'm Andrew Jackson Stephen Sadek Eric Cisco Chris Cabin and we hate movies L. Everyone welcome to we hate movies. Thank you for tuning in as always. That's right John Carpenter's vampires from nineteen ninety eight directed by Preston sturges. Oh wait so John Carpenter. I was the one he did. After the. What the Gulliver's travels Preston sturges follow up. It was fun. It was the follow up to gullivers travel ties into our Patriot episode this month which is going to be on the thing another. John Carpenter a better John Carpenter film. Yeah absolutely which about being terrified about catching something. That'll be just in time for Halloween. I mean vampirism is also something that's like Oh am I going to catch it and it's like I wish that was the pandemic right now because I already can't go outside and the daylight share fucking you know might as well have a nice ravenous nightlife like a vampire would then. You're a sexy person for the rest of your life first of all. I've never been a sexy person so I think becoming a vampire would make me sexy life changing and death changing is what you have to become an expert in capes. Yeah like you need to know which one for which kind of night. It's it's a lot of stuff to although these are terribly sexy. Well that's the thing about this movie and why I will say a print i. I didn't see this in the theaters but I have seen this movie. Probably close to twenty times. Because I can't remember. It was a thing where I had it on like the early days a DVD or if it was like taped off of HBO or something this was a big TBS TNT here. I remember that Song this movie. Somehow I've never last night to change opinion. You're never got into it. I never saw it in full. I only saw parts of it and then are watching today. I realized why because I had to bail. Because a really drags at a certain point. Yeah and for a movie. That's a hundred and eight minutes to that's unfortunate because it's such a contained story but you know it's very simple like we have to do this before this time and then that's it it's GonNa be like we are dragging ass. I will say I wasn't the one thing about this movie is. I actually was never bored. I this movie does not bore me. It's just stupid as all hell by the hair dye. Well also I mean it's Tommasi in Griffith. Talking yes transient. I just look at him. Chris I want to run something by you. I wrote down in my notes. I came up with an alternate title for this from Dusk. Till don't I think we should workshop at a little bit but I think it's a good starting place is I'm GonNa crack a beer. It's the apocalypse gus. This we should start drinking on the air. You're right Oh already drinking. I've been drinking This owes a lot to do from dusk till dawn. That's a really good point. There's no doubt about it. I mean it's like what I was GonNa say was it's Oh why kind of appeal to me is because I don't think I saw from dust on until much later that's the but it's a movie where I was just so fascinated by scumbag vampire. Yeah because that's what this is. These are scumbag vampire hunters hunting scumbag vampire look the see the script and move. It was supposed to be filmed in. Nineteen ninety-four Industrial Donald. Supposed to come out the same time but there was fucking four years of negotiations between James Woods and Daniel Baldwin about gets to say bitch the most. It went on for four years. And they're like we're going to top it out at seven hundred You meet Jimmy. I need I need to take the Crown Jimmy idea. Here's the thing though about that car because Steve. You mentioned something similar yesterday when you're watching it about them saying bitch all the time so I was. I'm Bitch Watch when was screening at today. The first bitch does not happen until like fifty two minutes into the movie but from there have Occa- you get a fucking plug from the dam. And the weirdest thing is I think that carpenter is a misogynistic director. Like he's do director in terms of like he's done movies that are mostly centered around man Cetera. But like women are either like done justice or not. But like it's not like this is like a straight up misogynistic vampire movie but why that is though is a damn quits. Well yeah but I think what they're doing here is like oh it's fine because she's a monster or but then the thing is the way to fix that part of this movie. Is You make this priest character. The second priest he needs to be a woman. It's a nun and now we're doing something sure. Yeah that's a good call. What is a super none who could hold the screen like Tim? Guinea though Bayou Back Theory by the way folks I went on a week a pedia this and there was a little thing about this movie was almost and I think this was like when carpenter wasn't involved but it was almost dolph lundgren with Willem Defoe as possibly the vampire banner movie up at a movie better movie..

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"carpenter" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"carpenter" Discussed on Modern Love

"For this holiday season we're revisiting some of our favorite modern love essays that were adapted for the modern love television show today eight. We're revisiting an essay by Eve. Pell called the race grow sweeter near its final lap. It's the basis for episode eight of the Amazon show singer Songwriter. Mary Chapin Carpenter reads US Eve story. She's known for songs could down at the twist and shout. I feel lucky. And her rendition of passionate kisses here. She is with Eve. PELS essay the race grow sweeter near its final lap salmon. I dated for two years then when I turned seventy and he eighty. We had a joint one hundred fiftieth birthday party and announced our engagement. We married a year later. We came from very different backgrounds. Sam a Japanese American who had been interned in the camps during World War Two worked his way through college and was happily married to his Japanese American wife for more than forty years until her death. I grew up as a Fox. Hunting debutante who colonial New York ancestors were lords of the manor of Palam. Typical of my much married family. I'd been divorced twice. Oh we belong to the same San Francisco area running club. He was a rarity a charming fit. Single Man of seventy seven I wanted to get to know him better. I devised a plan. Our mutual friend Janet had in her house a a small movie theatre that seated about a dozen people. She often had parties there. I called her. This is very seventh grade. I began but I'd like you to invite Sam to one of your screenings. I'll come to any movie. He's coming too soon after she called. He's coming on Thursday. There were eight or ten of us there that evening after the movie as we were all standing around and chatting. Someone mentioned the motorcycle. Diaries a new film about shake with our. I'd like to see that I said I would to Sam said short pause yeah. I held my breath. He looked at me. Would you like to go squelching the urge to high five Janet..

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"carpenter" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"carpenter" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Twice horrified. Stephen tried to escape but he couldn't move fast enough carpenters shot. Stephen twice fled the scene leaving the couple for dead but the trailside killers work was getting sloppy. Normally Carpenter prided himself on his ability to operate with precision killing his victims carefully so he had full control over their last breaths. A hasty murder like this was a far cry from his other killings as Z.. Typically preferred secluded emptier trails in this case multiple witnesses saw him that day as carpenter fled the scene. Several all people at the observation tower reported a suspicious man running out of the park. They described him in detail to police as a bald unassuming man with a slender billed and a pair of glasses. Surprisingly some of the most crucial testimony came from a ten year old girl as has carpenter rushed to his vehicle parked just outside of the camping grounds. The girl noticed suspicious of his frantic manner. She grabbed a nearby piece of cardboard Lord and sketched as best. She could the scene before her a man escaping at a small boxy red car but it it was the final report that was most damning of all from one of the victims. Stephen hartill miraculously after being rushed to the hospital title. He survived the brutal attack. Post Surgery Stephen was unable to speak but was determined to help however we could patiently using nonverbal communication police and a sketch artists were able to create a detailed composite. The rendition matched the testimony of the other hikers. The killer wore a ball cap glasses and had a slender build. The sketch was released to the public and printed in several local newspapers. Almost immediately police received a tip via a hotline. A local woman recognized the sketch. She said the man's name was David Carpenter. Her and that she'd met him several years prior on a cruise ship. She noted his stutter and claimed he made awkward advances towards both her and her daughter however there were several David carpenters living in the San Francisco Bay area than police while closer still could not narrow down their search coach. The sketch continued to run locally and to authorities hoped someone who might know more would provide them with a tip but potential tipsters weren't the only the ones reading the newspapers carpenter was too and he was growing anxious. He grew a beard and changed his appearance as best he could God. He also hoped that his new more stable life would help him continue to avoid suspicion he was now living with his parents and working in a warehouse. A parolee with a history of sex offenses carpenter. Had A hard time finding work he was legally barred from working in a facility with women. The the new warehouse job made it. Seem like he was a respectable man trying to reenter society for the first time in a while he felt like he looked normal mall but working with men did nothing to temper his sick and violent fantasies he soon turned his attentions next door to the warehouse to a print shop owned owned by the same company. Several women worked there. one of whom was named Heather Roxanne's Skaggs Skaggs was a twenty year. Old recent high school graduate graduate and carpenter heard. She was in the market for a car on May. First Nineteen eighty-one Carpenter approach skaggs. She was a young and kind and he felt drawn to her carpenter. told her that he'd heard about her car shopping and claimed he knew of a great bargain. Not Too far away. He offered to drive for over to take a look at the vehicle during their conversation carpenter emphasized to skaggs that she should go alone. He encouraged her to keep the location. The vehicle a secret and not to mention who she was going with skaggs accepted the offer and the two left but unbeknownst a carpenter skaggs hadn't blindly trusted his word. Her boyfriend was suspicious of carpenter after all he was an older creepy co worker. Who seemed far far too interested in skaggs just to be safe? Heather's boyfriend told her that if she failed to return home by seven. PM He'd report her missing to the police went wins. Seven o'clock came and went he frantically made the call. Police began their investigation. Swiftly by finding out who the last person person was to see heather her boyfriend and Co workers were quick to point him out David Joseph Carpenter up next. We'll investigate the final undoing of the trailside killer now back to the story by the spring of nineteen eighty one fifty one year old David Joseph Carpenter had murdered ten people dubbed the trailside killer he usually sought out his victims on the hiking trails surrounding San San Francisco but after increased scrutiny from the police carpenter changed his methods. He invited Heather skaggs to go. Look at a car for sale with him. When skaggs gags didn't return home that night? Her boyfriend called police. The I suspect on their list was the last person to see skaggs alive as soon soon as authorities arrived at David Carpenters House. They couldn't help it become even more suspicious once he opened the door. Police noticed the startling ordering resemblance carpenter had to a sketch of the trailside killer printed just a few months prior even just his name made them wary. David Carpenter was the exact name given by a woman calling a hotline about the killer. The final clue sat just in the driveway. Detectives took a hard look at carpenter's car. A Red Boxy Fiat. It was just like the one a ten year old witness had described the day. The killer last struck police quickly consulted with carpenters. Parole officer who confirmed that he could very well be a suspect in Heather's disappearance terrence they also double check their records and confirmed carpenters name and profile had been accidentally left out of suspect lists for the previous trailside murders. Police took carpenter to the station and questioned him about his relationship with heather skaggs but he refused to answer when pressed a carpenter. Reportedly started stuttering so terribly but he couldn't speak at all. The interrogation continued for hours eventually turning to carpenters background and childhood. When speaking about his early life carpenter sounded full of bitterness and resentment he mentioned the dance classes he had been forced to take as a child and another investigator shared that he too had taken dance when he was young this resonated with carpenter in some way as he sat in a sudden cold silence after a moment he stood from his chair? Move to the middle of the interrogation room and began to dance he. He completed some of the traditional ballet positions calling them out as he remembered them I position second position and so on as unnerving as has the performance was many of carpenter's other answers. Were even more suspicious. Often he told blatant lies to detectives or was Dodgy Gee about important details including his whereabouts on the days of the murders at the end of his questioning. Carpenter reportedly turned to authorities. He's referring to Heather skaggs. He said I pray to God. No one finds her body and finds that she's been raped with these haunting words. Police police were itching to make an arrest but in the hopes of building a stronger case they let carpenter go for a week. They put him under surveillance since secretly watching his every move hoping he would lead them to more evidence after a week when no new evidence emerged they they decided it was time to officially make the arrest. They surrounded carpenters home guns at the ready prepared for assistance but when an officer knocked on the door Oren explained a carpenter that he was under arrest. He surrendered quietly even so the horror wasn't over yet. Barely one week had passed. Authorities received another call about the trailside killer. A pair of hikers had gone for a walk in big basin redwoods woods state park located near San Jose when they smelled something disgusting coming through the trees they followed the scent and found rapidly rapidly decomposing body. Investigators quickly identified the body as Heather skaggs carpenters ninth victim. Her body was discovered verdon shallow grave covered in dirt and leaves. She'd been assaulted and shot just like the others. After this discovery police put carpenter are in a lineup. Stephen Hartill the trailside killers only surviving victim. Positively identified carpenter as the man who murdered murdered. His girlfriend months later when carpenter appeared before a judge he reportedly showed no emotion at all at first. But it's calm demeanor suddenly changed when the judge estimates first question is your name true. As stated according to those in the courtroom that day carpenter contorted noted his face away from the judge and jury. He shook his head and stuttered so horribly he couldn't remain still after a few moments. He was finally able the answer. Yes on May Eighteenth nineteen eighty eight fifty eight-year-old David. Joseph Carpenter was officially convicted. You did for the killings of Richard Stars. Cynthia Moreland Shauna may Diana O'CONNELL and an Alderson. He was also found guilty. Not on two counts of rape and one count of attempted. Rape Carpenter was sentenced to be executed now. Almost ninety he remains on death. Throw to this day with the trailside killer safely locked away. The sickening attacks ended and the parks and trails in the San Francisco. Enciso Bay area opened up again since then. The city has been free of the nightmare that haunted it for years but many still still remember the monster but once lurked on the paths stalking victims in broad daylight and dragging them helplessly into.

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"carpenter" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"carpenter" Discussed on Serial Killers

"August Nineteenth nineteen seventy nine forty forty nine year old David. Joseph Carpenter claimed his first victim in the trails of Marin County forty four year old etta cain they were left without any leads on her killer in March of nineteen eighty twenty-three-year-old Schwartz decided to take a walk through the same hiking trail rail known as the sleeping lady. She brought her dog along for safety at some point in her hike Barbara was approached by a white man with a ball cap app and a warm smile. David Joseph Carpenter Carpenter. Cooley stopped Barbara to ask her a question. Seeming anything but dangerous Barbara Barbara obliged and the two chatted in the woods for a while then in the midst of the friendly conversation carpenter whipped out at ten inch boning knife from his jacket in broad daylight. He repeatedly stabbed Barbara in the chest. Spring the dirt with her blood a witness hiking nearby saw the vicious this attack and screened for carpenter to stop. She then fled the scene to find help leading park rangers to the site of the stabbing by the time they got not there. Barbara's corpse was limp on the ground. She was found naked and kneeling in a similar position to add a cane. Once again investigators comb the scene but their efforts were fruitless. Even with a witness she was so panicked by the encounter. She couldn't remember Burnett about carpenters appearance to describe accurately like at us. Barbara's case to ran cold. Investigators were left with only one clue clue a pair of blood. Spattered bifocals dropped at the scene. The glasses were determined to be prison. Issued but even after cross-checking various lists of recent CONVEX and parolees with a history of sexual offenses detective. Still came up with nothing carpenter inexplicably flew under the radar. The sheriff brought in a psychologist. Dr Are William Mathis to take a closer look at the case. Based the ritual Listrik aspects of the two killings mathis hypothesized that the murder most likely hoarded souvenirs from his kills almost like small prices. Unfortunately even with a psychological profile police had no strong suspects and they hit another dead end then and seven months later in October of nineteen eighty carpenter struck again on the very same hiking trail twenty six year old and Alderson disappeared appeared while jogging on the trail. One morning her body was found a few days later she had been viciously sexually assaulted and shot in the head execution style. Oh just like a cane. In the wake of Ann's death a panic set in over the sleepy community of Marin County it was official a serial unreal murderer dubbed the trailside killer by the press was on the loose and his reign of terror over the San Francisco area was only just beginning in November of nineteen eighty carpenter visited point Reyes national seashore park but he wasn't alone among the many other people on the hiking trails. That day was twenty five year old. Sean may who planned to meet up with friends and parking lot at the other end of the trail when when she never showed up her friends called police for two days. Police searched the trail. It ended with a grisly. Find Four. Your body's just a half mile apart off the trail. The I belong to Sean I may. She had been stripped naked and shot beside her. Lay The decomposing body of twenty two year old. Diane O'CONNELL been reported missing a full month. Before Diane's murder was was particularly gruesome. She had been sexually assaulted strangled and shot multiple times. The two bodies lay side by side in a shallow grave just down the path. The corpses of two more missing persons were found Richards Towers and Cynthia Moreland both of whom had been missing since the middle of October. Both had also been shot in the back of the head the to lay face down under a patch of brush. The Bay Area Korea began to panic now. They knew for sure. There was a serial killer on the loose hunting as victims on hiking trails. Everything about these murders particularly chick clearly the way the bodies had been left behind instill tremendous fear in the hearts of locals forensic psychologist. Dr Catherine Ramsland stated that anyone who's posing victims in a specific way is trying to extend the crime scene to the reaction of the first people who arrive on the scene. Gene they want something to radiate out from their crimes in a way that will make them feel powerful again just thinking about it carpenters. Murder scenes followed pattern. The bodies of victims were left either kneeling on the ground lying face down or otherwise posed into a submissive position. After after the most recent discoveries the trails of San Francisco were deserted residents and locals were afraid to leave their homes but for the first this time police finally had a piece of traceable evidence the bullets used in all four of the point. Reyes murders matched the bullets used to murder merger and Alderson carpenters third victim. Feeling close to a breakthrough police diligently monitored all the trails around the city helicopters kopchev conducted flyover searches for clues and everyone from hiking clubs to marines volunteered to guard the trails to help. Stop the attacks. Some police even Windhoek horseback to patrol but these efforts came up with nothing after six weeks though little progress had been made in the case some residents began to feel feel safe hiking the trails again on their spring break from UC Davis Twenty. One year. Old Ellen Hansen and her boyfriend Steven hartill decided minded to go camping together in Henry Cowl redwoods State Park on March twenty ninth nineteen eighty one after camping the night the couple took a hike up to an observation tower. It was here that a slender bespectacled man in a ball cap approached them from the trees hidden in his hand and was a small gun. The man approached the couple calmly. He spoke to them in a quick low tone using short sentences. He told Stephen he was going to sexually assault Ellen. The man warned that if Stephen refused there would be fatal consequences at first Steven and Alan didn't know how to react. It wasn't until Carpenter revealed his handgun that they knew as threats were serious. Desperate Stephen begged the stranger to let them go. But Ellen could see that the man was not going to Budge Ellen stepped forward confronting the man face to face. She said he's going to he kill US anyway. An instant it was over the man raised his pistol and shot Ellen point blank in the head.

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"carpenter" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"carpenter" Discussed on Serial Killers

"The Sun beat down on her sapping Oliver Energy as she wiped the sweat from her brow. A car pulled up to the curb a familiar face in the driver's seat flash smile. It was her CO worker thirty year. Old David Joseph Carpenter. A bespectacled nickeled slim young man who she rarely spoke to through an intense stutter carpenter offered her a ride to work looking for reprieve. Lois gladly accepted almost before she closed the car door carpenter pressed on the gas he wove in and out of traffic making lowest sweat. Further her discomfort turn to panic as she realized. The scenery around here was growing less and less familiar when Lois asked carpenter where he was going he insisted he was lost. No matter what lowest said carpenter refused to turn around eventually he stopped opt. Near the lawn of the presidio military fort in San Francisco before lowest could react carpenter out of the car and moved swiftly around to the passenger passenger side he ripped the door open and drag the helpless woman out by her hair. He threw her down pulled out a pocket knife in one hand and a hammer in the other he hissed. I have a weird sex quirk. Do as I say or I'll cut you Off Hi.

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"carpenter" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"carpenter" Discussed on Good Life Project

"So when a stranger thanks Kyle Carpenter for his service as a US Marine. He's pretty automatic. Reply is you are worth it. Enlisting in the Marine Corps in two thousand nine he served for more than a year in Helmand province Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom when he and his fellow marines came under attack and in act of extraordinary sacrifice he threw to himself on a grenade to save those around him regaining consciousness briefly and realizing the extent of his injuries he drifted back into unconsciousness snus just a few moments later and was pretty sure he was taking his last breath and thankfully he was wrong. Kyle woke up five weeks later at Walter Reed Hospital where where he would learn that large parts of his face in his head and his right arm had been destroyed a needed to be largely reconstructed and he would have a long road road to recovery. Still he was alive and grateful now the youngest living recipient of the US military's highest honor. The Medal of honor in today's conversation in college shares. This extraordinary journey. His deep sense of service is love of people family. His Fellow Marines. What happened on that? Fateful Day along with his years as long road to rehabilitation not just physically but emotionally and spiritually his reclamation of life and hope and the legacy of kindness and service that he's working working to build along with his desire to help inspire people to really embrace life. Much of this is also detailed in a deeply moving memoir called. You are worth it so so excited to share this conversation with you. I'm Jonathan Fields. And this.

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"carpenter" Discussed on The Fickle Fanboy Podcast

The Fickle Fanboy Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"carpenter" Discussed on The Fickle Fanboy Podcast

"What about if John Carpenter? took up, Mary poppins. Okay. and. Just decided to mesh hidden intertwined with the likes of Halloween..

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"carpenter" Discussed on It's Wood - A show about all things woodworking

It's Wood - A show about all things woodworking

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"carpenter" Discussed on It's Wood - A show about all things woodworking

"Students learn apprentice and journeyman training for carpenter's mill rights pile drivers interior exterior specialists scaffold directors, drywall finishers, and trade. So exhibit workers, I am here with Rosa Gomez, a student and officed at the school. Her unique perspective allows her to you the schools, both administrator and a student, and she's going to share those experiences with us Rosa. Thank you so much for taking some time and discussing the p. NCI with us. Thank you for having me very excited. Now it you mentioned that you were a student through the school as well? Yes, I applied for their apprenticeship program to become a carpenter. And so you working here, do you do that part time or do your you doing that instead of being a carpenter? So yes, I went through the program and I got up to it is eight terms and I got up to my fourth term. So halfway through the program, I ended up switching over to work for the school because of a lot of. The skills that I attained during the program and me having that background is something they were looking for. So I could help others that wanted to start that program. I could explain better of what it is to be all ready in it and what it is like to go through it and also other circumstances of my own personal choosing. So what brought you to this school? I'm sure you didn't just throw a dart you. You looked up bunch of options. What brought you here? Well, actually didn't have any idea about trades or carpentry or anything at all. I actually only thing I knew before this was what a hammer was. And fortunately for me, I met this young man, incredible that became my wife friend, and he is a carpenter, and he told me about being a carpenter and being in the union and the them paying for a trip for him to Vegas to a training center too. Learn of I, I had no idea, but then he told me he was going to some training and at says, much information gave me I, he left came back super excited and it was like my training was all about. Us recruiting and bringing more people into trade and having them earn a living wage and having a career and having everything sharing what I have sharing the knowledge and because Poland expanding and it's growing and they need more people out there in the trades in carpentry and wood and in all of these things. So I I, it sounded crazy. I was like, I have no idea what you're talking about. I've never. I've never had any kind of background of in this and he said, you don't eat anything. He said, all you need to do is is wanna try it. Give give your chance, give yourself that chance that opportunity. And if you don't like it at the end of the day, the most amazing thing about this program is you don't pay a cent. It is completely free. And I said, well, then I have nothing to lose, but my minimum wage job. So. So the entire curriculum here is free, correct. How the. The you would think there'd be a flood of students. So is there vetting program? Do students have to qualify for certain things incomes? How does a student get in here? So it is very.

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"carpenter" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"carpenter" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Host sabrina carpenter seacrest is out carpenter sabrina carpenter filling in as you're eighteen forty guest host hey guys it's ryan just kidding it's sabrina carpenter i know the ryan actually has a really good sabrina carpenter impression but this isn't him this time it's me and i'm having the best time counting down the hits with you so let's get right back into it twentyseven alexa play one zero three point five kids on iheartradio getting you one zero three point five kiss fm from iheartradio twenty four banding com food do time you on maybe he's six forty five maybe umbrella for the last time i'm john one dot com meet this.

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"carpenter" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"carpenter" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"F b i has heard in response to the limitations that issued with respect to the problems that that the bureau has had bureau other law enforcement agencies have had with respect to the dark problem where christian makes it increasingly difficult for us to obtain the content of communications even win law enforcement has a warrant even those in those situations where we do go and get a warrant we can't get the fruits of that collection we've been off untold well but this is the golden age of surveillance there's all this data that's out there about people just go get that go get the meta data that will be your solution do collect the meta data run adeline analytics on the meta data and that will tell you everything that you need to know to to protect the country and enforce the criminal law well okay i mean there's a lot of truth to to that in the sense that meta data is highly revealing and and highly important and the government has used it extensively for a long period of time okay well in light of the carpenter decision i think that raises a significant question about while is that an avenue that's available to the government so the amount of information that the government is actually going to be able to collect in order to do its job is getting smaller and you may say that's a great thing because that's the kind of country we want we want it to be hard for the government to execute these very very intrusive powers that it has and so you may say that's a good thing but whether it's good or bad or indifferent the the fact is that it is going to impact lawn forcement is going to impact national security authorities because content is increasingly not available to them because of encryption because of the increasing rollout of encryption across communication platforms of variety of different types and now meta data is not going to be as cleanly and easily available and there's going to be questions it's certainly.

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"carpenter" Discussed on Tech Policy Podcast

Tech Policy Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"carpenter" Discussed on Tech Policy Podcast

"Linnet mentioned about the carpenter case or think that is important to highlight well there's a couple more that might you know there's still time to grant grants hurt and the court mike rann the um i'm trying to remember the name of the case we us riaz um the wheels cases very similar carpenter um and yet the court still has it um is still holding at over so um it may it may decide that it wants to as are often does you know decide to cases at once in order to have sort of more factual situations to up to play with um and then there's the mohammed case which is really the first legal challenge to section 702 of fires i in mohamed the issue is really weather um you know when the government under fires a is sir is a monitoring communications between people outside the united states it incidentally picks up um um conversations with with americans and the question is whether um the fourth there are some checks on the government's use of that incidental information but um the question is is there a fourth amendment right not to have the government is that information if so what should the standard be and i wouldn't be surprised to see the court take that one and see kind of sum up loyd be desirable outcome on no the privacy france on in both congress and the supreme court notes for the remainder of this year on beginning of next year wade for you know privacy advocates and civil libertarians would be too high that the rule rolling in carpenter despite being arrow on but also have congress yao past the electronic communications privacy act on there is a modernization act and hasn't been moderize since nineteen eighty six so it's you know well over deal we should have a piece of legislation nuts intended for our emails.

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"carpenter" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"carpenter" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Yeah i think i think that's less likely to come up because it's just not all that useful in a criminal case the stuff that's really useful in the criminal case or the issues the the bank records in the credit card records that are just you know every case there they're looking at uh in an another interesting aspect justice gorsuch suggested that perhaps subpoenas were unconstitutional writs of assistance from an originalist damn point out which is also of you that i suspect will only get one one vote but am so that that could actually be the most dramatic outcome if it actually has any uh any poll with other justices uh it's pretty dramatic rethinking with the fourth amendment means are at one last question from facebook live would a win for carpenter invalidate the stored communications act section on acquiring the records uh so we don't know what they would say if there's a warrant required or not um i i gather it would mean that the that the way the stroke mitigations acted structures they after they can get a 27 or three d order or a warrant i gather effectively if if carpet wins on both the search and the reasonableness grounds the it wouldn't so much invalidate the parisian essay in the context of historical cells i records you have to pursue the warrant option rather than the lesser all right um or incur thank you so much for joining us uh i'm sure reconvene in a few months and said discuss whatever opinion emerges sounds good.

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"carpenter" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"carpenter" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"At a carpenter win sort of necessarily bags for the court to consider in this area so there are cases sort of working their way up through the system that are raising these questions because they're sort of not thought to be winnable um uh uh under the under the current legal regime so it's in the lower courts the historical cell site record cases at always have gone in favor of the government every time and you know six circuits and maybe ten different state supreme court's um so depending on the theory that the court adopts assuming there is something clear enough you're going to see litigation over i would i would guess in thousands upon thousands of criminal cases across the country challenging the record collection as being like the cell site records in carpenter you're going to have just massive amounts of of litigation uh a and course may try to avoid that with the good faith exception they'll say this record collection happened before the carpenter case and so we're we don't have to get into uh the the fourth amendment questions just on remedy grounds but it's going to immediately trigger a reef incredible amounts of litigation assuming the justice have a hard time drawing a clear line as to what is covered a not covered uh that's always been carpenters problem what's the line you're going to draw and what are the implications user think of these cells at records as part of a constellation of maybe two hundred or three hundred different kinds of thirdparty business records and if you're gonna pluck that one out which other ones do you block out and you could say we're not leo we're not gonna tell you.

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