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Fresh update on "central park" discussed on 710 WOR Programming
"Ashore than the prosecution's. That judge telling the jury today that they should expect closing arguments on Monday. He also told them to pack a bag because they will be sequestered. Once. Deliberations begin at ABC. Alex Perez reporting former movie producer Harvey Weinstein wants to stay in the Empire State provided sex crime charges in Los Angeles. He appeared virtually today alongside his lawyers for his extradition hearing. Lawyers argued he should stay in New York, where he's currently serving time for rape. Lawyer Norman Effing claims that Weinstein has a laundry list of health concerns that would make transporting him to California. On safe, including being almost blind and having severe dental in cardiac issues. I also point out that the 69 year old convicted sex offender has two scheduled surgeries coming up in the state of New York is another court hearing on April 30th New York, launching an effort that aims to get college kids the Corona virus vaccine before they leave for summer break. James Flipping has more governor Cuomo says the state will be setting aside vaccine supply specifically for students at colleges and universities. Ages, 18 to 24. The focus makes all the sense in the world. We have the staff at the school. We have the students into school. Let's vaccinate them at the school's Sunni schools will take the lead and serve as a model. But Cuomo wants all schools participating, He says. It made sense to focus on those most arrest early on, but Argues. Herd immunity means younger people getting vaccinated. Also, James Flippen w O Arnas summer stage is returning to Central Park with free music and performances in person. Stage performances will be back this summer, and Rumsey Playfield with covert restrictions in place. Summer stage has actually been going strong since 1986 except for last summer. Because of the pandemic. New York City, setting up a covert vaccine side of the Queen Center mall following complaints over the lack of shot sites in the bar. Oh, Noam Laden has more Queens Congresswoman Grace Manning sent a letter to Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio complaining that white swaths of Queens did not have easy access to the vaccine. Some of the least the vaccinated areas where we need the most Report our Ridgewood, Glendale, Woodhaven and Middle Village City and state finally hearing her complaints, setting up a covert shot site. Now inside the Queen Center mall, the city run clinic will offer the one dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine No one Laden W. O R New an actor known for his role in HBO's The Sopranos and also Broadway's Jersey Boys is Dead 66 year old Joseph Ceravolo passed away yesterday. Following a long battle with colon cancer. He played Tony Soprano's father during flashback scenes of Tony Growing up in Newark. Bravo was also a graduate of N y U Sports and the Weather Channel. Forecaster Coming up next W o R News time approaching, 10 04. All right, We've got lucky. Caller number four Marcus on the line If he answers this question, he wins in new car, Okay for a new car, named the only actor to appear and now a message from our sponsor with 24, 7 support and quick and Easy claims. Progressive protects what matters most. Progressive films all in the same year. Wait. Sorry. I didn't hear that. Quite a second market. No, but there was an ad in the 50 unanswered Get back, But I didn't hear anything..
Fresh "Central Park" from Broncos Country Tonight
"Next update at eight o'clock I'm Chad Bauer on K O a news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM. Now we check on traffic with Darren Copeland. Well in the town is looking actually really good. No problems on I 25 until you get up north or right around Colorado 60 right up there. You're gonna see some slowing on that north bound side due to a crash. I 70 minutes long on that westbound side is you make your way from Central Park Boulevard over to nearly Holly. That's construction related as well. Up in the mountains eastbound. I 70 right around Glenwood Springs. We do have a crash that has closed that highway for awhile. Self major, our problems up there. Additionally, US six and both direct Says. We're being 40 and 1 19 closed until the morning that is construction box 31 pinpoint whether it's night. Mostly cloudy might see a little bit of rain along with 30 tomorrow. I see more of that rain and a high of 50 Currently 41. This.
Fresh "Central Park" from All Things Considered
"Regulations and first be given to those with state issued medical marijuana cards before retail pond becomes a cash crop. J G. Allen Wushu News 49 degrees lightly raining right now in central Park it just stay that way for a while. Otherwise cloudy tonight steady temperature of about 48 degrees. It's 4 20. Support for NPR comes from member stations and from Procter and Gamble, maker of a line probiotic, a daily supplement to support digestive health containing a probiotic strain developed by gastroenterologists with 20 years of research Maura at a line probiotics dot com and see three AI C three AI software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable problems. C three a. I. This is Enterprise Ai. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Elsa Chang and I'm Mary Louise Kelly. A year of pandemic lockdowns unrest over racial injustice and divisive election has left many of us wondering what if anything, unites us as a nation. Well, what about this? Maybe we have our own religion, not one that competes with Christianity or Islam or other faith traditions, but something that reflects our unique national beliefs and principles. Here's NPR's Tom Jones on America's civil religion and whether it can still hold us together. America is a nation of people from all over the planet. So what's the country's identity? If not a common ancestry? It's a question Boy Scouts have to consider when they go for a.
Fresh update on "central park" discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"On the west side of manhattan. Aaron fox emerged from the giant glass building where she had gotten the first dose of her pfizer vaccine against covid nineteen the javits center normally the home of various comic book. Confab and one highly dramatic presidential non-victory had become operational nirvana said fox vice president of operations. For kaplan north america. The convention center had transformed into a key. Haub of a new york. City vaccination push that by april was inoculating close to one hundred thousand people. A day fox was in and out with her first dose and less than half an hour walking into the afternoon sun. She said she felt surprisingly emotional. Almost like back to school jitters. It was finally warm enough to loosen her jacket and the light was beaming off the center's walls. It's like the covert spring. She says it's poetic that the vast majority of people are getting vaccinated just as spring is coming and spring is a symbol of emerging from the dark cova winter a year ago in new york sirens blared day and night as the city became the first epicenter of the nation's battle against the disease streets were empty restaurants were deserted in a hospital ship was docked not far from the javits center a temporary field hospital and morgue built in central park where the trees are now starting to bloom. America isn't passed.
Robbery crew wreaks havoc on New York City streets
"Looking for a group of armed robbers who have been terrorizing the upper West side over the last few weeks. In one incident on March 13th, the group of at least three individuals Following a 13 year old boy into the lobby of a residential building on West 77th Street near Amsterdam Avenue before pushing him to the ground and taking his baseball cap. A second incident occurring on March 17th inside Central Park near West 79th Street, where two men were robbed at knife point, with the suspects taking the Citi bikes the victims were riding And on March 30th. It's alleged the group displaying a gun and stealing cell phones from a 14 year old and a 15 year old on Riverside Drive near West 78th Street. And a day later, they allegedly threatened to stab a 27 year old man on West 69th Street near Central Park West before forcibly taking his cell phone and wallet, police releasing surveillance photos of the suspects and ask anyone with information to contact them. One person
Andra Day, 'The United States Vs. Billie Holiday'
"An exceptionally good movie out. There now called the united states versus billie holiday and my guest today. Andrew day is playing billie holiday in such an exceptional incredible way that she's already got two nominations from the golden goal actress in a drama. In best song you know. So what more is there. come on. let's go out and sell them. I like iraq is gonna drama cly waiting to make that joke for like a week. I hear under that. You just desperate to play billie holiday. Dismiss this what's it. You had to go begley daniels and say this is my part as groveling at his feet on what i want all my life getting acting for all my lack of what just never never so yes. Deadly the exact of that is what happened. I'm just terrifying. I had not acted before other than in high school writing middle school like musical theater. Some plays but i never acted before as a major motion picture leading a cast. It was the idea that to me was like unfathomable unanimity at n ridiculous. Actually to be honest. I was like this is a terrible idea so now but i met with him and his he was thinking the same thing he like now. I really don't to preserve his role in so we didn't want to win a perfect meeting. Yeah it was amazing. Actually i know want you. I do not want to do this part anyway. Why don't we just sit here. Should be here these orders and we can go home so it was interesting. We bonded because we both were like. This is a terrible idea. But i saw him a desire to authentically. Tell billy store. In as a fan of billie holiday that was part of my fear is that i'd be staying on her legacy. that'd be stay on a great. Diana ross's legacy lady sings the blues or audra mcdonald on broadway. So i think we both saw. He was worried that he would also be that in casting me in so so we both had a great fear to overcome together. I think really for both of us. I mean through face into a lot of hard work and and and a great team right at gargantuan effort by our entire sort of ecosystem of people in family. you know we got together. We dove in. We move to get her here. We are win injured. Did the fear goal way Fear number one. Which but what happened was that i was uncomfortable and i was scared being but i had piece about. I had a piece about my purpose. Does that make sense. You know so was muscle. I was terrified. But i started to sort of feel my spirit. I try to stay. Spiritually grounded connected. I started to feel that. Okay just i was just reading. Certain things in has started to feel okay. I think i'm supposed to do this. I think this is something i suppose to say. Yes to i am. I actually read a scripture about being caused to face your fears doing act great faith and that's when i know care have to do this so i was still scared but it was one of those things that was like okay. You're gonna have to actually face it in a recumbent. Can you remember that. I seeing the did whatever that day was like where you're actually being billing. What did he was he gentle with yuli daniels and not starting with some. We actually very well. His the first day in the very first scene was gentle and our industry with natasha. Who's obviously incredible veteran actor writer like she knows this process from the top down so i was blessed that my first thing with her lee was extremely tender with me in two the entire process. You know so. It almost didn't matter with see we started with he had such care unanimity. But we did start. It's latasha leone is too little. The bank of holiday walking through central park in enemy talking about in his ability never jail talking bar tabarre card demand that she's dealing with stating from her. So it was. It was a little restricting through the park with the dogs. You know but it wasn't easy in the sense that it's technically my first day of shielding ever so that air ejector a by can't walk through parks sizably talulah bacon back and then the very next scene was actually her and i just making out in jewelry store so it was great. Second you know. Joe right in with lynching sexiness his first week little stroll in central park. That never happens again. Naked in front of strangers. That was gonna ask you before. I we talk about billion and the connection that that the two of you have of that night before you went to work the next day. What kind of a good night's sleep did you have. I'll regularly so. I really didn't sleep that i i'm not a. I'm not a sleeper. That's skill in the talent. I have not yet developed. Maybe somebody can hire me to be asleep. Let's see if some miracle pops out of that. That would be great so you know. It's interestingly enough people. Ask me what scene i struggled with the most non my okay was very emotionally challenging with a cenex. Struggle with divorce was in the hospital. But they're like billy's sleeping dislike. Relax a little bit like you just sleep Get closure is billion now. I there was no sleeping before going to set. Did it help you all that you have this wonderful musical career that you've been on stage in front of people. It's not the same thing as acting but in a way it is known as a singer as a musician. You have to feel everything you have to make it. Look like it's rolling off a lock that this is it. You can be confident than within the confidence. You can be inspired. He ended up at all. Yeah i think it did excellently. I mean you know one of the things my acting coach thomas which say she's like you know when it comes to acting. She knew how just terrified was she said it is. They are different but it is sort of the same. What she she calls. We ought announcing Chapman tuna says. Okay you know so. I think it did help in the sense that i know what it is like to go onstage. I know what it's like every night. The pressure before you go on stage the need for audience to love you for them to be satisfied for them to feel your love them. And i understand the washing process that once you're in it and you're in the music in your is i look at it as sort of a washing kind of cleansing a healing. Because i think that's it. And then i understand the feeling actor a performance of like. Oh my god that went so great or everybody's loving it select or arable like oh my god i i never wanna perform again. You know what. I mean. So i understand. Bill got sort of arca the most. There's so many permutations that yeah there is. It's it's definitely an entire roller coaster that you go on before gain state while stays in after you get on stage so we'll could save you years of therapy. You
Inside Frick Madison in New York
"Now on the eighteenth of march. The frick collection will launch frick madison. It's temporary new home on madison avenue in new york until now the collection of our master paintings and sculptures and decorative arts as in the gilded age mansion on central park bequeath to the public. By the industrialist henry clay frick when he died in one thousand nine hundred nineteen and it's more than doubled in size since then mentioned is now closed for renovation and expansion to accommodate collection and special exhibitions so the collection has moved a few blocks but in tune entirely different. Textual realm freak. Madison is housed in the bath. House architect muscle broilers brutalism masterpiece originally built for the whitney museum of american art in nineteen sixty six recently. The home of the met bria so had to bellini and titian van. Dyke rembrandt mir fragonard gainsbourg. Look in these alien surroundings. I spoke to the deputy director and chief curator xavier salomon. Who's overseeing the concept and installation to find out xavier. I wonder if you could cast your mind back to moment the e. I knew you were going to get the boy a building. Full the frick collection. Tell us what he felt at that moment. It was a combination of relief and absolute terror. I think You know relief because you know the plan was to really put the entire collection in storage be closed for a couple of years while we were renovating the building at the frick and then reopened so the idea that we had a place where we could display. The arts was a huge sense of relief and we had talked to a number of museums about getting a few rooms or a floor. And so did they have having an entire building. We could move. The offices and the entire election was absolutely exciting but terrifying. Because you know. Imagine moving the wallace collection to barbican. Oh the jack ready to this on pompidou. I mean it's just the idea of taking something out of its natural context. Let's say as we as we see it and bring it into something that's totally alien so as soon as we made that decision. That was a lot of thinking and a lot of backwards info about what to do with the building. Did you try out in your mind and on paper all sorts of different alternatives in other words. That wasn't a just a preconceived idea. We're going to do it in the way that you've ended up doing it now. Absolutely and the first phase was a lot of thinking a lot of backwards and forwards on various ideas. You know you have a blank canvas and the bank canvas is exciting but at the same time it's also terrifying because you have so many ways you could go and i still think there are other solutions. We could've used. I mean what we did is by no means the only the only option And i'm sure you know people will like it. People will criticize it. People will think it could have been done a different way but out of all the choices together with my team we filled. This was the most logical one for us and the one we wanted to pursue the one. We thought was most interesting but we definitely did play with all sorts of options on at the beginning. We didn't really exclude anything. I mean we started with even the idea of recreating the rooms in a building. The broil yet so just sort of replicating the rooms of the spirit of the rooms and then of course. We went in the opposite direction. And that's sort of why we got to
New York City's Central Park Ice Rinks Remain Open Despite Rift With Trump
"They have some ice rinks here in a couple of ice rinks are owned by the Trump Organization. They're operating on by the Trump organization in the City Hall on Sunday reversed, Mayor de Blasio is moved to shutter those two rinks in Central Park. Six weeks ahead of the typical April closing. They did a 1 80. On his order. Saying that New York City kids deserve all the time a nice they get. This year. The rings will stay open under management current management for a few weeks left in the season. Make no mistake. We will not be doing business of the Trump organization going forward, however, inciting an insurrection will never be forgotten or forgiven. So let's take a look at the other side of that coin, Shall we?
Case dismissed against woman in viral Central Park confrontation
"On January 6th criminal charges dismissed today in the case of a white woman who falsely accused a black man of threatening her in Central Park. It was May 25th African American man threatening my life. Please tell them whatever you like. Amy Cooper was with her dog in Central Park when she incorrectly claimed Christian Cooper, a black man out bird watching was threatening her. Prosecutors had agreed to dismiss the charges as long as Cooper completed an education program into teacher that racial identity shape our lives, but we cannot use them no harm ourselves and others. She attended five sessions and the judge dismissed the charges. Cooper declined to make a statement during a
Winter storm blankets Philadelphia in snow
"Penalties. Snow keeps falling in the northeastern states and much more is on the way for some places. The National Weather Service forecasts of foot of snow on the ground before the storm ends in New England tomorrow evening. Heavy snow is already causing problems in Boston, New York and Philadelphia Central Park in New York City, has received 16 inches
Winter storm moves north, dumping snow along its way
"I'm Julie Walker parts of the northeast are digging out from up to a foot or more of snow while other parts of the region like northern New England are bracing for even more out of shoveling and plowing could be heard up and down the east coast the National Weather Service says more than thirteen inches of snow dropped in Manhattan's Central Park as much as sixteen inches was reported in northern New Jersey the storm shut down public transportation canceled flights enclosed corona virus vaccination sites it caused power outages car accidents and some deaths in Pennsylvania thirty say a woman with Alzheimer's wandered from home and died of hypothermia and in argument over snow removal killed a married couple the suspect was found dead of a wound believed to have been self inflicted I'm Julie Walker
Storm Watch: New York Mayor Urges Drivers To Stay Off Roads
"Major winter storm is buried the Northeast on ground Hog day storms unpredictable So I want everyone to realize. It's not over. We are a long way to go. Stay off the streets. New York's mayor Bill de Blasio's 16 inches of snow recorded in New York's Central Park 25 inches in northwest New
Snowfall Reports: Here's How Much New York City Has Seen So Far
"Snow is continuing to come down in our area. The National Weather Service says it will get about 2 Ft of snow over the next day job clean as a meteorologist with the agency. We are looking at light to moderate snow falling across New York City metro area and that is going to continue overnight. We're watching the snowfall totals in our area as of about seven o'clock, the weather service said. Central Park has so far seen 15.3 inches. And of course, there's still more to come official urging members of the public to stay home and off the roads will continue to have more through tonight and tomorrow on morning edition. So
Central Park Blanketed in Snow as Winter Storm Hits New York
"York metro weather. Central Park, New York, New York City reporting. 18.3 inches today as of seven o'clock 18.3 inches of snow. The snowstorm officially moves into the top 10 biggest snow storms at Central Perk since 18 69 18.3 inches of snow today, you gotta be kidding. Alright, Let's review your Papa John's
Bill Bruford (Yes/King Crimson) 1980 Interview
"In this episode. We have one of prog rock's greatest drummers bill at the time of this interview in nineteen eighty. Broussard was thirty one years old and on tour with solo band supporting his album. Gradually going tornado in the interview buford talks about why he left. Yes how robert fricke try to cancel the king crimson. Nineteen seventy four central park concert and the advantage of making a name for himself and banned by yes genesis and king crimson as always we have music critic mark allen at the helm conducting the interview. One last thing before we get to the interview the tapes archive. Podcast is a proud member of cyrus media a global community connecting passionate fans with podcast and experiences about artists and topics loves. Thanks for tuning in. And now it's time to open the vault over. No i'm not gonna player stations here and i'll give you rush especially in that not many commercials. Well the recent that lies these senior can add vocals eventually note. 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He said that was the closest that i'm to being great. Since the first and like you said that the last king clinton in the i can principle the best. It was extremely good easy. You might like no one further anecdotes about that story. Which is the chinese absolute damnedest to cancel events about some sounds which inaudible kind of buzz to hear any sound system and said it was impossible for us to play and he was cut gerald and bullied threatened in two thousand people and he was just about dragged on student and now he will no doubt hail it is being here on the strongest span of did. He's a man of fiction on many levels and not least of which is that. That's enough the mandate about that greg. We really pavlik and blue myself. One of those great night's you believe you're strong as you are. I really enjoy that.
New York City will terminate business contracts with President Trump after the insurrection at the US Capitol
"From the events of the capital last week, the mayor of New York, says his city will sever contracts with President Trump's businesses. They're building blows. You said the city would notify the Trump Organization. It will cancel agreements to operate the Central Park carousel, the two Central park skating rinks and ferry Point Golf course in the Bronx. The mayor said A clause in the $17 million contract allows for termination in the event of criminal conduct. We saw him live on TV, It's sight an insurrection. I mean, what do you got? C two b. Convinced that someone's acting in the criminal fashion. The Trump Organization called it political discrimination and plan to fight vigorously. Aaron
New York City to terminate Trump Organization contracts
"Mayor Bill de Blasio says New York City will terminate business contracts with President Trump after last week's riot at the Capitol. The Trump Organization is under city contract to operate the two ice rings and a carousel in Central Park as well as a golf course in the Bronx. Blasio says the Trump Organization profits about $17 million a year from those sites. A Trump Organization spokesperson said the city can't cancel the contracts and the company will fight vigorously.
NYC aims to end Trump contracts for ice rinks, golf course
"New York City will terminate business contracts with president trump according to mayor bill de Blasio after last week's deadly takeover of the capital by his supporters the trump organization is under city contract to operate two ice skating rinks and a carousel in Central Park as well as a golf course in the Bronx it profits about seventeen million dollars a year from those sites according to the mayor who says city lawyers looked into ending the deals and even though trump may sue the city is confident it will win in the end trump tower on Fifth Avenue into Central Park hotel which are private are not affected I'm Julie Walker
New York City Terminating Contracts With Trump Organization
"York City's mayor, Bill de Blasio has announced that New York City will terminate contracts with President Donald Trump following last week's insurrection at the U. S. Capitol. The Trump Organization is under city contract to operate to ice rinks in the carousel in Central Park and A golf course in the Bronx. The president's son Eric, vice president of the Trump Organization, says the city has no legal right and the contracts and we'll fight it vigorously. More on this story in our website WNBC radio
"central park" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Okay actually. Initially i wrote the script. I was like on a different path. I was like teaching meditation. And i was like i. I was like all spiritual kind of person. But i kinda hit a dead end of that because i was like know kinda miss acting and writing and just telling stories and having fun and then my boyfriend at the time was like i want to make a horror film and i was like great and you know me being writer i like wicked it up and he had a place upstate and we're gonna set it there so i wrote this thing and it was awesome. Then he was like oh. I don't really want to do that. And then he broke up with me. He was actually like had a double life and he was like with another woman. Even though we lived crazy thing. And then i realized that maybe intuitively. I knew when i was writing about these themes about infidelity. Maybe intuitively. i knew. I'm i'm back in manhattan. And i think oh my god i could set the whole thing here and then that's when my title pain central park dark so it's no longer a place upstate in the woods. It's a horror film in new york city and so the history came in Seneca village was. Do you know about seneca village. I know i actually don't Seneca village was a village that information twenty five eighteen fifty five. And this is you know. I've i've created a fictional thing and this existed. Where central park is today. They raised it so that they could build the park. So my aunt my character ancestors. Sarah what they want they they say. Destroy the village voice village and it was a largely african american free african-american village and irish immigrants. And since i'm caucasian. I made my character. Have the irish immigrant character. Who lives there there. May and the story depaula gb. I created with that. She learned this doodoo and witchcraft. From these You know west afri- africans who were living there and because there are cemeteries their schools was churches. So i sort of created this whole thing. There were five graveyards. So i kind of made. I made a fictionalized version of four or film but but it's true all of that history is very true. There's more sci fi talk so stick with. Here's more sci fi. Talk with tony talada. Wow that's a great. Starting point really is ending part. Because i didn't ask you start there. I started up upstate in the woods in a cabin like a normal i film well. We're glad you brought it back to the big apple. That's where it belongs. I think wonderfully wonderful ideal. Place is right smack dab in manhattan. It just looks so wonderful. Only must be now on. It must be empty. Is anybody go there. This time of year usually is not as anyway but And it's gotten cold so but it's gotten cooled where you where you show from manhattan number for long. I'm in my apartment..
‘Bob’s Burgers’ Lead Character Designer Dave Creek Dies After Skydiving Accident
"Now this is so unnecessary. And it sucks dave krieg. The lead character designer on bob's burgers died recently following complications from skydiving. Oh my god. Why are you skydiving. His colleagues confirmed the news on social media. Fox has an issued a statement yet but creek has worked with bob's burgers since its inception in two thousand eleven other animation credits include central park and brickell. Berry don't know what the skydiving incident was exactly. Just that that's how it happened died a few days later.
All The Things: A 2020 Debrief with Sean Miura
"Living cooney In in many ways that is the most that we can ask ourselves right. Now i was gonna say what qualifies as living now is simply a pulse because sure i got that notes a into bleak time but i think I'm leaving this year with capacity to be grateful for stuff. That's that's kind of something that i'm i'm happy about and i feel very privileged good. I'm very happy to hear that. That's an esa. Just sean way to start this off. isn't it also need. I'm still like writing this high of realizing that. This is the first time that you're on my first of all podcasts. 'cause i was like i've podcast with sean before. This is not the first but if the verse but this one. So i've done. I've been on collab- cast multiple times. I think the last time was when we recorded with david joy okay and then the recording. They didn't like that so that but it was fine. I think laden wanna had just come out and that was all we were talking about or something so it was kind of saying that in intro as well it was a whole thing it was a it was beautiful thing. That is so solicit. Start with that. That my memory is non-existent This i mean the whole purpose of this conversation. Is i just wanna talk with you. But it's really we're at the very very end of twenty twenty which will go down in infamies. Two days left two days left as probably gonna go up the last day. So we're just like you know settling and coming to terms with all that was this year. So yeah we're just if anyway i mean i said this in the intro. We good but just or eight. We're debriefing. I calling this. Like a twenty twenty debrief a good a good debrief. Yeah thank thank you for having me. This is actually the. I've i've said no to pretty much every like podcast or video or or writing. Ask that. I've had This year really. Yeah just because i had. I didn't it was it was like either at. It didn't feel like i was the right person to talk about the subject. Or i just wasn't really feeling like i. I wanted to be putting anything. That i was saying at the time on tape because my brain was all over the place but I'm i'm happy to be here just to to look back because i think that that's that's an important thing for everyone to be doing right now. I'm slow. I am just so beyond honor. Now this is so meaningful that it's the first time you're on first of all and also that it's a rarity because i one hundred thousand percent support that i think i did ask you earlier this year and you did say no. I really admired and respected you for that. I think that an imprint. On my heart of like i need to be more on i. Yeah i mean. It's i think you're asking me to talk about the The uprisings after the murder. Of george. Floyd and taylor and And the The central park on incident. And i think that for for for many from for many of us who were applying. That was an interesting moment because that sort of like amplifying and supporting movement work has been is just kind of part of what we do and then in that moment. Suddenly i found myself being pegged as like a like a weird spokesperson. For that. i wasn't. I wasn't a leader. Hin or was an expert in nor nor should i really be the person to go to and i think that i i think for many of us. Were just trying to figure out who who who could have. The conversation. And i got asked quite a few times actually In the weeks following that to not surprised podcasts. Or or Write a thing or do a photo shoot or et cetera et cetera. Simply off the fact that i was reposting things on on instagram stories and I think what. I what what i've taken away from. That is just this reminder that you know we we need to be more clear on who within our community is doing this work and who were in the scene to and who were uplifting and And so and so in that moment would it's some. This is something that i've always tried to practice I thought it was really important. Just to pass the mic. Which i did a few times and referred people to other folks but Yeah i mean i. I'm i'm glad that was. That was a good thing. I'm always a little a little bit unsure. When i say no to stuff but yeah trying to try and do more of that.
New York City Just Got More Snow Than It Did All Last Winter
"The Northeast is digging out after that whopper of a storm buried some areas under more than 3. Ft. Of Snow storm that ended yesterday broke records and left plow drivers struggling to clear the roads as snow fell fast. New York City got more snow from this storm that it did all of last winter 10 inches in Central Park. This is AP News
"central park" Discussed on Here & Now
"Monument. It is so beautiful. I'm looking at different details all their hands seem to be doing something your hands had to molded in clay first before you cast it what's that like to shape these women and then stand back? Well, when I stand back in the middle of the working process, I'm just seeing mistakes seeing things that need to be fixed, but it is daunting and it is kind of inspiring to make something so much larger than yourself. Anthony is the one who standing she's nine feet tall. It's quite an involved process and I actually made the monument three times I as a little maquette then as a one-third height model, and then jumping up to the full size, and then one of the original ideas that you had stanton and Anthony were holding a scroll for the names of other suffrage issue had I be wells and Anna Julia Cooper I mean, what's the plan now? The nonprofit monumental women was behind. This is the goal to get more monuments to these monumental women will monumental women worked for six years to win this site and get this monument Don and their plan is to create a women's history trail throughout. New York. City and to present challenge and help and guidance to other municipalities and the rest of New, York City in erecting more statues. The women are not exactly in reposed they are sitting on the edge of their seats. Susan B. Anthony has just arrived she's come in from organizing. Traveling dress with her big bag full of pamphlets for debate, they're not having t you know they're not. They're not sitting back. They are as you said, they're leaning in yes and well like vibrating, and there is an underlying message, which is that this work is not finished and as Susan says at the end of her wonderful book, why they marched that feminism is cumulative and on going and that's why they are sitting on the edge of their seats and why they're talking to each other and giving us a model of conversations that happened back then and need to continue happening today as we try and move things forward. That's author and historian. Susan. Wear and we've awesome in speaking with sculptor Meredith Bergmann who's women's Rights Pioneers Monument Showing Susan B., Anthony Elizabeth Katie stead, and sojourner truth will be the first monument in. Central Park to honor women who were real. It'll be unveiled August twenty six. We have pictures at here now dot org it's really quite something, and by the way we are all going to be able to watch the unveiling of this last live and it's happening at eight in the morning, which is I'm not really a morning person but. The thought of getting up on the day of National Equality Day the day that we're celebrating the centennial and starting the day with the unveiling of this statue is just so profound and we can all share this moment even if we can't be together physically we are there virtually and there is a power to that link everybody up at. Org we'll. We'll share that moment and I'm certain some tears will be shed. Thank you both so much. Thanks for your very welcome Robin. Thank you. Thank you for paying attention to this project. Again the unveiling of the monument is next Wednesday August Twenty six eight am will link with ways to watch on the monumental woman website and facebook page and again the first statue depicting real women in Central Park, and the very first to depict an African American. Work not finished. When Federal Eviction Protections Expire July twenty fourth some cities took measures to protect renters at risk of losing their homes, not Houston, where renters make up half the city's population Houston public media's Jenn reports. Cameron Malik lost his job at an accounting firm in June during a round of covid nineteen layoffs he supports his parents live with him. He was still waiting for his first unemployment check. He explained this to his landlord. She's like I don't care. It's your responsibility I. don't Care Your financial crisis that you have if Malik lived in Austin or. Angeles or Chicago his landlord wouldn't be able to victim yet because those cities along with many others across the country have enacted emergency render protections and in cities like New York Seattle in Minneapolis renters are still protected under state moratoriums. Houston is the largest city in America were renters don't have any state or local vixen protections in place during the pandemic when asked why last month Mayor Sylvester Turner pointed to A cove nineteen housing task force made up of landlords, renter advocates, and local officials. We have started a task force between the county and the city, and we'll see what comes from that. So Task Force members rushed to draft an ordinance before federal protections expired giving renters grace period, and unanimously recommended that the Mayor Pass it here's Rick Campo the CEO of Camden Property Trust he co chairs the Task Force. As all of the constituents who oftentimes Gre- they agreed right was just interesting and good. But Turner rejected the recommendation at a recent press conference. I asked him why who is not asking for this ordinance I have a number of stakeholders around my boy to sixteen council members and I don't think any of the council members neither have I obligated my responsibility but city council members do support a grace period says council member and Housing Committee Chair Tiffany Thomas. Majority of US are in support. Absolutely the mayor argues against period makes things worse for renters because rent accumulates and people end up owing more money at the end. Zoe Middleton is with the Renter Advocacy Group, Texas Hauser's she wants a grace period ordinance, but she's not surprised the mayor opposes it. It's just inconsistent with the marriage world view he believes very strongly markets. Will regulate themselves, and that landlords will voluntarily enter into agreements with our tennis shoes historically been favorable to.
"central park" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Okay Carlos. Is this going on with this? Bird bird-watching not cooperate with. They do. Well Junior. You Remember Central Park Karen. Her real name is Amy Cooper the white woman who called the police on the black man whereas a bird watcher who asked her to leash her dog in. New York Central Park. You know she has now been charged with falsely reporting the incident in the third degree. which are you know misdemeanor charges, and if convicted, she could serve up to a year in jail, but anyway the however the man the bird watcher. Go Ahead Not sending away woman in jail for calling on a black do. State so this America go ahead. In this league roles, I didn't know Negroes. Was Bird watching I my first this first, blackbird watch. Yeah. I know we very. What I would you know? If a layers. But I'm just. Senate a white woman to jail for a year for calling. Go head call okay so here we go so however the man, the Bird Watcher Tommy. Christin Cooper that's his name and her name is amy. Cooper, no relation but anyway. Who she call the cops on Christian Cooper. He told The New York Times that. He feels that amy. Cooper has suffered enough and. He's not cooperating, but he did say Mr Cooper Christian, Cooper. He did say that he understands the principle of it all, and if the DA needs to pursue the chargers, then he should, he's just not more to cooperate because shales me. Yeah, he feels like she suffered enough. She her reputation. She lost her career so. That's his point, and so he says. Look I man to do. You know I mean less than learn I mean. What else are you going to do? You know I I'm not. His point. That's his point. She suffered enough. She lost her job. She lost a job. I mean you know she got beat up on social media reputation. Try you try to do something that didn't work. You bought attention to a cause I'm through with it. But you know what Steve. A lot of people are looking at the fact that this could have gone left in. It could have been deadly and. Police to show. Keel absolutely. Now look at the other side now. I'm just throwing this out there for you to consider. I know I if I'm the bird watcher. Which is that? If you were in the park, I can't go down to. Instinct ain't no telling what come up. To. The victim in this situation that. Pool records and they'll flip it. Yeah you. Might be knowing Hey I. don't need no more here. Let's just let bygones. be it or need by need to go into my past. Oh, you're. Always been a bird watching. Broddrick Harvey Browder. We've been looking for him. down. He tried to help the DA now. Take No. Roku, stay the way man I ain't man Bro! Sita suffered enough. Know, his history, yeah! As, they say, let's go y'all. Hey, let's go. Get off of me. Dog Check on the Dole. is though it was some serious. It's the principle of it all. It is. Something well all right. For today's headlines, Ladies and Gentlemen Miss and trip. Thank you, thank you, everybody. This is Andrew for the news and let's go with this. Lieutenant Colonel Alexander than men has announced his retirement from the army may not remember the name, but vitamin was on the receiving end. He says of a huge backlash, and for months ever since he appeared as the key witness at the congresses impeachment, hearing an inquiry into Donald trump so them and says that after twenty one years of service he's. He's retiring from the army. Then men's lawyer says his client has been subjected to a campaign of bullying retaliation and forced to choose between pleasing the president and breaking the law. The trump administration's former national security adviser John Bolton tells MSNBC that he thinks the way. The colonel was treated with shameful in my experience with him I think he merited promotion. His performance was exceptional sodas, the performance of his twin brother yet who is in a different capacity at the NFC. NFC you know it was. It was just as unacceptable for men I think to be singled out for Alex Veneman to be singled out even worse in a sense for his brother yet who's only said as far as I can tell was he was his twin and again? Alexander is leaving us. Supreme Court sided with the trump administration yesterday in a case involving to birth control under the affordable care, act or obamacare. The high courts ruled that employers can refuse to. To provide coverage for contraceptives on either religious or moral grounds covert nineteen infections continuous spike in several states Florida's reporting more than ten thousand, six hundred new cases Arizona over thirty eight hundred new cases Arkansas there's been about a twenty five percent jump at Corona virus infections, and just the past week, so now is the Republican National Convention approaches for the first time. The trump campaign seems to be preparing at least be flexible president. Trump has been counting on a large impersonal turnout. Next month convention, which was moved to Jacksonville Florida from its original site in Charlotte North Carolina after the governor there and court North Carolina expressed a wait and see attitude about hosting such a large event with Corona infections, going all over and changing, but trump just may have to make his RNC presidential acceptance speech virtual. When after all at least he seemed a little, less sure of things when asked by Greta, Van Susteren TV grew. It depends on the timing. Look, we're very flexible. We can do a lot of things, but we're very flexible. Asked the first time you heard that. The GOP nominating convention is set for the last week of August. Finally said news singer Sharon page has died. She sang with Harold Melvin and the Blue No. Members one..
"central park" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"And everything hit a crazy part of this. Remember to join documentary land. We'll summit summit. Is that Michael? Jordan actually kept Isaiah Thomas. AUDRAIN T. Knew it off do. Don't you? Join Hands Debbie. You say join hand. You own team. While you ring. Kissed Theresa. Yard. If, he played this. Was Petty what I say it is. Bad for all right, we'll have more. News. I'm from Chicago. Thirty. For you try, thank you is I say? Replay for Detroit. Harvey Morning Show and some turning news coming up at thirty three minutes after the hour right after this you're listening to. Morning, show. You guys saw the viral video. The white lady known on social. Media Central Part Karen Her name is Amy Cooper who, on Monday call the police while in Central Park New York and pretended a black man pretended now faked it out that a black man was attacking her while he simply asked her to leash her dog. Take a listen. Please don't come close to me. Please don't. Please don't come close. please. Please call the cops. Please call the. African American man threatening my life. Please tell them whatever you like. I'm sorry. RAMBLE and there's A. Is. Recording in threatening me and my dog. There is an African American. He's recording reading like South in my Don I'm sorry I can't hear. Threatened by a man rambled. Thank you. While, she elevated each time, but which we should go to jail. Was Children Damn does. But guess what J. Came the people that gave that dog came and. got that dog back. They took the doll. Doll, ghost let's. Hear more about dogs. Sometimes drive. That was a horrible scene. It's nothing to play with just because she did that would. If it was a trigger happy, they were dispersed by the time the cops got there, but by the way, but we're. GonNa win. Because of her live. That's that's the thing about central Park Karen and her real name is amy. Your false reporting you, calling the police is why we have. Yes, sir is why we have these situations that we have right now. What we're talking about everything that happened yesterday. Because of what you just did. Yeah, so so she should have been fires. She should have gotten the dog is there. Is there a way for her to get charges pressed up on her for this act? Is Interest. Is there anything illegal with this report? If nothing else she should get it for that. Filing a police report it also. We all. We all need body cams because we can't damn sell what we have our. By the Kings, and not to mention, she's calling the police department with this false accusation, and then they got a bunch of stuff going on right now there. Are, coping nineteen and going on right now to deal with especially in New York. More intense as she talked on the phone, you know Sir. Yes, elevating her voice coming up. It's our last break of the day. It is the last of the day. We'll have closing remarks from. That's Jay that's junior forty nine minutes after the hour when we'll be back right after this. You're listening to. Morning Show. All right here we are last. Break up the day, guys! It's been a good day is a good day. Day? Yeah very serious day though sweet. Really really I mean our prayers go out. To the to the Floyd family, the family of George Floyd WHO'S OUT OF HOUSTON! Yeah, he went to high from us. Oh, yeah, he went to Jaquet. Ties School, which is third ward he's. So here's the connection there, but just like you say surely so sad and like yesterday. I called the too much. Tuesday was just how. Much going on yesterday that we had to discuss today, and we're just outrage and just tired of it. Yeah, can I just say this. Can I just say thank Y'all today. For. You guys real. Today's top Nano today the tough day, because I wanted to send out a shout tip, my friend Brian. Clicks family today. O'Brien going to day on two years today. And I, just want his family now that we still love him fired morning. Show still care about him. He's still part of our family and thank Y'all for helping me get through today. Man in because it's a tough day to day. It really depends. Joe. Great friend work together over the man. So, much fun and I know his parents are struggling today and said Hey, we love you, guys. We still think about Bryant. He's not going anywhere from over here. So thank y'all so much for being our teammates and just peaking meal. You're welcome. I'm telling you because he isn't struck and there's a lot of people listening at as. Gone going through, that's right. That's right so. You know what I wanted to say. Thank you to Benjamin crump, too. I mean he's. He's a good friend of the show. He's a family member. He's always.
"central park" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Now. Off, Talking? And then there's a Caucasian lady who started video on. This is at the same time when when I did not understand was there is a police officer that is facing the camera. of the person that's video unlike people from blocking it out, but my my my thought is. Why won't you go over handcuffed this man and y'all just put him in the car. It's over whatever he did wrong. He did that wrong, we he didn't have the DAF. Question because he's a black man. Question because he's wants once he's handcuffed. It's over. It's over one you. Retained he was on the ground. So. Yes there. You have it Tommy. There was nothing else going on. He put his knee in this man's neck for over for seven minutes. I think close to ten. Paul I really do wrong. And they call it. Did you notice? He had his left hand in his pocket. Yeah, if he was just sitting there. I don't know if you realize that, and and now the video is gone. Down everywhere. And they pretty much did arrest. They said that as well that he resisted arrest. Users fairly. Resisted arrest. When you had him handcuffed, he was arrested. So what so you had him put him in a car and move on. Seven minutes on my neck. What else you know when you need at least like know what else it's so weird that that hold is in the police record that they're allowed legal. It's legal. Okay, but how long do we need to do to know that? We have this guy under control now? When when do we have control when he when he's de? Come on man. That! It's in that means they not gonNA, take it out and it's been in there for a while, and he's not the first person that they've done like dead. Again, right, there was a crowd. They're saying there was you heard the crowd. There are a lot of people are saying. Stop this. He can't breathe. You'RE GONNA kill. This John. Lloyd even said you're going to me. Even, said it. What. We've heard that cry before for from a Black Man who? Said I can't breathe. I can't breathe, and it means nothing to though is death us so I mean just very recently. We had our motto armory. Yes, and then we lady in Central Park with the dog with the man who was filming her. The police and says an African. A man is attacking me and let's not forget the sister that was in her house and what? was arrived. They were in plainclothes. To the wrong house to house, they should've went to was across town. The person that they were looking for was already in jail and they killed her Yeah yes in Louisville it's. It's almost okay, 'cause Oklahoma. And it's very sad you could start praying for the next victim hasn't even happened yet. It's say that, but you could do that because it's going to happen again until they make some drastic changes, not really willing, yeah! I just don't like the feeling that it's open season on black man. I mean wanted people. Yeah. People period, but. The majority of understand what call is say. yeah, but you know not only black men you know. A lot of stuff goes unspoken, an unseen in the top to bottom by what happens to black women when they get stopped. Yeah. Lot of stuff, yeah, we wouldn't see any of this stuff if it wasn't for video cameras and phones and let me let me. Let me, tell you I've been longtime. Let me. Tell you got some I've been bragging you. Oughta you know my birthday I bought me a ATV remember. I bought me. You know this. RASC- The neighborhood we got the pitcher got it. And you know you can, you can ride the back roads in the woods on the dirt whole nine yards the first the first day I got it. Is Nine o'clock at night me, and my are on it and it stops. And me and my neighborhood and I'm like Oh my God and my buddy says let's walk back to my house and we'll get. We'll get my UTV jumping off and I'm like what is wrong. My Utd I just bought. It said never mind that. The we had to walk a mile and a half close to two mile. You have no idea how terrified I am is US two black men walking in the neighborhood? Shorts and flip flops on trying to get to his house I'm like man. Some go happen, dog something going to happen to the because it looks like you stole it. You right, ask look like. I don't belong in this neighborhood. You just. Pay Taxes yes. Every black mom, you know who has. Children. A son daughter all that next the fear of every black mom, when they walk out of the House, you know the Lulu. Yawning wealth and call uber get home in Atlanta. Day Week on. This out with the victim's family. Has retained civil rights attorney and our friend family member Benjamin. CRUMP says it's. For police officers to be held accountable for their actions. These actions lead many to conclude. It's open season on black people coming up next. We'll change gears here. We'll switch a little bit and nephew is on deck with run. That prank back right after this you're listening to. Morning Show. Coming up at the top of the hour and will be here..
"central park" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Well we all know. You guys saw the viral video. The white lady known on Social Media Central Park Karen her name. Is Amy Cooper who on Monday? Call the police while in Central Park New York and Pretended man pretended now faked it out that a black man was attacking her while he simply asked her to leash her dog. Take a listen. Please don't come close to me. I'm asking supporting please. Don't please don't come close. Please please call the COPS please call the clamps African American man threatening my life. Please tell them whatever you like. Rambo and there is a man American recording threatening and my dog an African American I. He's recording threaten in my dog. I I'm sorry I can't hear I think threatened by the Cox Park thank you. Wow I mean she she elevated each time but when she was children a damn does but guess what j. They came. The people that gave with that dog came. Got that dog back shoot. They took the Dow. Oh let's go rescue hear more about dogs in the sometime tomorrow drive. This was that was a horrible scene. It's nothing to play with just because she did that would if it was a trigger happy. They were dispersed by the time. The cops got there but by the way this could've went back because of her life. That's the thing that's the thing about Central Park Karen in her real name. Is Amy your false reporting you calling? The police is why we have yes. This is why we have these situations that we have right now. What we're talking about everything that happened yesterday because of what you just did solden. So she should have been fired. She should have gotten the dog is there. Is there a way for her to get charges pressed up on her but his act? This shit is it. Is this anything illegal with this report? If nothing else she should get it for that filing a League report it also we all we all need body cams we can the damn sell. Well we have our young man and not to mention. She's calling the police department with this false accusation and then they got a bunch of stuff going on right now. They're you know the cobre nineteen and going on right now deal with especially in New York and more intense as she talks on the phone. Thanks elevating her voice and efforts now own is African American man attacking me how can you? How can you be attacked? If I'm videoing? How does that help? He's filming me. Aker yeah she didn't she didn't think that would get out. I mean beat filming you. Dumb ass on the lighter side. The John Notice this is the first time held now. I didn't know it was any blackbird. Watches no idea to what he said. I was like blackberry. What count chicken is a lot of the yardbirds radio? I'm thinking caught up on today's news. J. Please do the honors right. Everybody it's time for the news and trip. Start out with that story okay. Because now it's Minneapolis. A black man seen on video telling of white cough that he can't breathe as that. Cop keats kneeling his throat and yes. The young man is now fired now. The fide officer doesn't remove his knee off a forty six year. Old George Floyd's neck He stops moving. He still keeps it on him for about seven minutes. He's unable to revive all for the cops involved. Have been let go. Minnesota's governor. Tim Wall says quote. The lack of humanity in this disturbing video is sickening. Here's Mr Floyd and here's that COP. Look what he wants at. Got Him down and relief right now. Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. When you hear someone calling for help you are supposed to help. And that of course was the mayor who also chimed in Minneapolis. Pd says the cops were answering. Guess what a call about a forgery of that's all it was a forgery. No weapons were involved and it seems they said the victim appeared to be high on something and for that he's did. Meanwhile a University of Connecticut Students Still on the land a twenty three year old. Peter Manfredini allegedly killed two people in Connecticut kidnapped. The girlfriend of one of the victims stole a bunch of guns and guns in a home invasion. He was last spotted in Pennsylvania and they are now reports that this guy's father Robert Man for Donia was arrested last month for allegedly getting two teenage girls trump drunken groping them and he's free on five thousand dollars bond again. They are looking. They say for Mr Fredonia anywhere. Florida congressman. Val demings wants the folks at Dizzy. The whole back for a while with their planned reopening Disney and universal studios preparing to reopen their attractions Pretty soon a move that would allow many of the Florida. Democrats constituents in the Orlando area to return to work. But she wants to make sure that her people are safe from the corona virus infection and adherence to the CDC guideline so she said you know just hold up just a little bit unless he tara the woman who claimed Joe Biden made her feel quote uncomfortable when she worked for him back in nineteen ninety-three. She has to find a lawyer her lawyer after Casey quit and finally to one zero and lift off the final lift off Lance shoulders of the space shuttle. America will continue the dream. That was the last time we really had a space shuttle going up over ten years ago. That was the last time that astronauts lifted off from US soil until today when weather permitting to American astronauts lift off from Kennedy Space Center. There'd be heading into the heavens on a spacecraft owned by a private company back to the Steve Harvey Morning Show. You're listening David. Harvey Morning Show..
"central park" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Well. We all know you guys saw the viral video the white lady. Known on Social Media Central Park Karen. Her name is amy. Cooper who on Monday call the police while in Central Park New York and pretended a black man pretended now faked it out that a black man was attacking her while he simply asked her to leash her dog. Take a listen. Please don't come close to me. I'm asking supporting. Please don't. Please don't come close. Please please call the cops. Please call the. African American man threatening my life. Please tell them whatever you like. And there is a man American. Recording threatening and my dog. An African American I. He's recording threaten in my dog. I I'm sorry I can't hear. I think threatened by. The Cox. Thank you. Wow I mean she. She elevated each time, but when she. Was Children a damn does. But Guess What J.! They the people that gave with that dog came. got that dog back. Shoot they took the. Dow Oh. Let's go. Rescue. Hear more about dogs in the. Sometime tomorrow drive. This was. That was a horrible scene. It's nothing to play with just because she did that would. If it was a trigger happy, they were dispersed by the time the cops got there, but by the way. This could've went back. Because of her life. That's the thing that's the thing about central park. Karen in her real name. It's amy. Your false reporting you calling the police is why we have. Yes, this is why we have these situations that we have right now. What we're talking about everything that happened yesterday. Because of what you just did. Solden, so she should have been fired. She should have gotten the dog is there. Is there a way for her to get charges pressed up on her, but his act. This shit is is anything illegal with this report? If nothing else, she should get it for that filing A. League report it also. We, all we all need body cams. We. Can the damn sell well, we have our young man. and not to mention she's calling the police department with this false accusation. And then they got a bunch of stuff going on right now. They're you know the cobre nineteen and going on right now. Deal with especially in new. York and More intense as she talks on the phone, thanks elevating her voice and efforts now own. Is African American man attacking me. How can you? How can you be attacked if I'm videoing? How does that help? He's filming me. Aker! She didn't she didn't think that would get out I. Mean beat filming. YOU DUMB ASS! On the lighter side. The John Notice. This is the first time held now. I didn't know it was any blackbird watches. Idea to. What he said I was like blackberry. What? Count Chicken is. The yardbirds. Radio. I'm thinking caught up on today's news. J., please do the honors right, everybody. It's time for the news and trip. Start out with that story. Okay, because now it's Minneapolis of black man seen on video, telling of white cough that he can't breathe as that cop keats kneeling his throat, and yes, the young man is now fired now. The fide officer doesn't remove his knee off a forty six George Floyd's neck He stops moving. He still keeps it on him for about seven minutes. He's unable to revive all for the cops involved have been let go Minnesota's governor Tim Wall says quote the lack of humanity in this disturbing video is sickening. Here's Mr Floyd and here's that COP. Look. What he wants at. Got, him down and relief. Right now being black in America should not be a death sentence. When you hear someone calling for help, you are supposed to help. And that of course was the mayor who also chimed in Minneapolis PD says the cops were answering. Guess what a call about a forgery of! That's all it was a forgery. No weapons were involved and it seems they said the victim appeared to be high on something and for that. He's did meanwhile a University of Connecticut students still on the land, a twenty three year old Peter Manfredini allegedly killed two people in Connecticut kidnapped the girlfriend of one of the victims. Stole a bunch of guns and guns in a home invasion. He was last spotted in Pennsylvania, and they are now reports that this guy's father Robert Man for Donia was arrested last month for allegedly getting two teenage girls trump drunken groping them, and he's free on five thousand dollars bond again. They are looking. They say for MR, Fredonia, anywhere Florida Congressman Val. demings wants the folks at Dizzy. The whole back for while planned reopening, Disney and universal studios preparing to reopen their attractions pretty soon a move that would allow many of the Florida Democrats. Democrats constituents in the Orlando area to return to work, but she wants to make sure that her people are safe from the corona virus, infection and adherence to the CDC guideline, so she said you know just hold up just a little bit unless he read the woman who claimed Joe Biden made her feel quote uncomfortable when she worked for him back in nineteen ninety-three, she has to find a lawyer. Her lawyer after Casey quit, and finally to one zero and lift off the final lift off Lance shoulders of the space shuttle America will continue the dream. That was the last time we really had a space shuttle going up over ten years ago. That was the last time that astronauts lifted off from US soil until today. When weather permitting to American, astronauts lift off from Kennedy Space. Center there'd be heading into the heavens on a spacecraft owned by a private company back to the Steve Harvey Morning Show. You're listening. David Harvey Morning Show..
"central park" Discussed on Toure Show
"How does it feel to not get an apology? Does that bother you? That bothers me and that's a slap in the face that adds insult to injury? Because here you are saying we're GonNa pay you some money so that you can go away. Be Quiet and sit over there and go on the beach might times but if you're gonNA do that then. Qb quiet also right if you're going to pay US then don't have Linda fasting still coming out talking. She's very loud very loud. Yeah what do you want to happen to Linda Fairstein? It's above me now. The story of the Central Park five is one of the most important stories in modern American life. It exposes how little black life matters in America in nineteen eighty nine in New York City. Five black and Brown. Teenagers were arrested for a crime. They did not commit the vicious rape and brutal beating of a white female jogger. In New York City's most famous park. They were fourteen fifteen sixteen years old but because they were young. Black and brown mails from the hood. Few people believe their innocence. There was no physical evidence linking them to the crime and the confessions were a mess of contradictions because they were coerced by investigators who lied to them. Threaten them and in some cases beat them but all five were convicted. Yusef Salaam Raymond Santana Corey wise. Kevin Richardson and Anton McRae were sent away. Most did around seven years but Corrie wise did twelve. Those who got out found a cold world that looked them as rapists scum. They lost family. They were family members. Who wouldn't believe them and wouldn't talk to them. They struggled to find work. They remained institutionalize feeling more comfortable in smaller rooms. That were the size of cells and fearing that chaos could break out at any time they were lost until the man who actually committed the crime stepped up and admitted that he did it alone from there. They had a ten year slog pressing a lawsuit against New York City which fought the suit with everything they had until a new mayor. The current Mayor Bill de Blasio said. No WE'RE GONNA pay them. They at forty one million dollars as a group but they never got an apology from the city or admission of wrongdoing by anyone and nothing has happened that would prevent all of this from happening to another group of black boys again today but as of right now the central park five have Eva du Vernay standing beside them. Eva has done whatever does and directed an incredible. Four part series about their story is powerful and heartbreaking and must watch TV. She's incredible. I wrote a long piece about the Central Park Five. A few years ago for Playboy magazine called how the Central Park five still haunt America. And I got to know them. So I called Dr Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana and I flew to Atlanta and we sat down and had this epic conversation. It's doctor Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana from the Central Park. Five on tour. Aco Use of. Where are you now in your life? Now that aver an oprah. These people are standing behind. You got paid from the city. The world thinks you didn't do it. Where are you now in life? Oh Man I would say I am ten levels ready for the whole world and ready to live even fuller in net experience you know ready to give ready to share Ready to almost take back everything that was taken from me and I know that that's not possible but living in the space of now being present you know I always tell. People live full empty but being able to really for real do that. You know the ideas dreams hopes to aspirations that I once had that. Were just like what if sore someday aisles? You know what I'm saying It's a great fill in to know that you don't have to ask permission to live with before we had to ask permission to go to the bathroom. If you can imagine you know that whole reality is. It's just beautiful to know that you're not crazy you know that you don't have to raise your hand Sorry cannot use the restroom and everybody's looking at you like what? Just go to the bathroom. You know what I'm saying is just one example. But I mean it's a beautiful space to be in and to realize that you are actually the hero of your story you know. And the fact that it's magnified times five is even a better blessing. You don't because each one of us have our own so to speak specialists and uniqueness that we bring to the story that makes it an even more special story you get out of prison and it was a good ten years that before you were vacated and exonerated yes so you're moving through the world go and. I didn't do this and nobody's really. I mean some black people with you but a lot of people are not believing this is true. This is true so this is just a total alternate reality for you. This is this is a tectonic shift. You know as we were leading up to May thirty first twenty nineteen. I was telling folks that we are about to be hit with a meteorite. The whole globe is about to be hit with meteorite of astronomic proportions. I mean the fact that this story is going to be rippling around the world. One hundred ninety plus countries you know. We've we've still. I mean I know it's just like what to a week. We're going to two weeks almost in but it feels so good to open up your social media or to bump into folks on the street you know we were in La the other day. And I'm just walking down the block because I'm like. Oh let's go to the mall. You want to buy some stuff. I'm talking to my wife and somebody in their car said you salon and I looked and I said they talking to me. I said to my wife. I said he's talking to me. She said yes. I thought it was camouflage shades. Right I said well. Maybe it's somebody that I met before. No this is somebody who's seen the film seeing these recent interviews. And they're they're like. Oh shucks that's one of the guys welcome back from there and you hear people whispering in a great way right so it used to be that there was the guy from central park jogger case you know now it's like Oh that's that's a guy from the film the that's the real guy you know. Oh my goodness I would love to take a photo with him. You know and of course walk a little faster than my wife and she slowing she saying. Oh yeah he'll let you take a picture. He's cool he's approachable. You know because it's that risk that restoration that that you know What is it? The psycho social component that we all needed to feel as of A needed member of society. That's there You know so now you. You're not walking around like worthless. You're walking around like you can get. You can contribute. You can participate. You have value. You have worth a tremendous thing. Raymond how are You Raymond? How are you feeling you know just now the world sees you were right? You shouldn't have been incarcerated. They were wrong. You were right. How do you feel To Echo for use of is it's a blessing and I'm happy for it but there's a there's another part of me that When I watched a film stirred all these emotions right I was hurt Especially when you see episode four I e C Corey's episode because here we were trying to move on with our lives and we're like the system didn't break us right when you see Corey story in almost broke him right. And so there's a pain that goes out for that and so in that contributes to other side where well put my gloves back on and let's beat their ass for another twelve rounds because I'm set incredible hulk style. Yeah I'm upset. And and and they. This is what this is the way they. This is the way they made us right. They and they gave us prison and it indoctrinated a fight in us that you just can't turn that off right. This is our these thirty years. It's been about and now even though we one is still like. I want you to get up. Don't go down so easy. Get back up so I hitched a couple more times than I haven't guided fully out right. We always like our first interview fibers. Did together it was real defensive like we all sitting there like in the guys laugh smile. You guys wanted were like Nah like we were still serious. You still have a lot of anger and yet hain that you're dealing with definitely definitely definitely and that's just on surface. I want the internal stuff that that we take back home with us. There are significant others like well. What's I mean is it is it. Fear is it anger. Is it anxiety? Is it shame what's deeper down in you is? Is Aggression Right Being voiced always you know likely to trigger. Yeah easy to trigger. The right. Words can trigger a response And not be able to see it as clearly as let's say my lady right she's like. Hey why are you talking like that? And I'm like you're right. I gotTA catch myself like she might trigger you. Yeah like she can say something. And it'll trigger response. But she knows where it comes from right so she knows that car. Okay Ray Bring me back in a few right right and that takes us you know talking earlier. It takes a special caliber of person to deal with a person who's been broken by the system. You know all of the negative things that they put in us and we took all of those negative things. And we've been able to you know been did so to speak like alchemists into something else but at the same time we have to consciously be aware at those moments that we have to bend it. You know because if we're not conscious it's like there may be times where something may happen and just like that your back in Prison and Oh snap okay. Cool and there was going on about the form on me. You know what I'm saying. Argh him up like this and then I got an exit the room so they don't get caught. I mean just that whole. That's something that will never never go away but one of the things that's most important I think to. Is You know when I look at some of the things that I've been taught I'm always very conscious of they. Don't get emotional because as soon as you get emotional you get blinded and when you get blinded you you you will go kamikaze. Yeah and not worry about the moment it's just about. I gotta get this thing out so to speak but what are realizing it. So I say that because there's been moments where we all have our growth and development stages that we're trying to help ourselves with because nobody came to us and said. Hey I'm going to help you re acclimating to society you see and so we're doing it ourselves. We're looking at ourselves putting the mirror in front of ourselves and saying. Oh shucks.
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"The last part as we get back to where we are on Central Park west the last part is a nice uphill climb over on Central Park west as you're making the turn from Central Park north and I have never even remotely felt like I was oxygen the price you know maybe I'll bring the pulse oximeter today you know what I I will actually I shall and in fact I will report my findings on my Twitter feed later today good reason to follow me on Twitter folks I was what I I'd post all kinds of stuff whether it's commentary obnoxious commentary pictures of this that whatever I just another extension of this program and the whole Schmidt experience is the follow my Twitter feed at Todd Schmidt at T. O. D. D. S. C. H. L. I. T. T. members N. at Todd Schneck M. S. C. H. M. I. T. V. so at Todd Schmidt on Twitter give me a follow and on Instagram I am at certified Todd Schmidt yeah on Instagram's put certified in for a Todd Schmidt and I will I'll post the pictures may go shoot video wearing my N. ninety five mask with a little surgical mask over on top of it and doing us some serious biking up hills and will check my pulse oximeter to see if I'm depleted of oxygen so the story is yes the offbeat stuff coming out of this a New Jersey driver according to multiple sources passed out from wearing an N. ninety five mask for hours according to the Lincoln Park in New Jersey police department and the driver smashed their vehicle head on into a telephone pole because they passed out leave the driver who was not named lost consciousness behind the wheel from lack of oxygen and breathing in breathing in excess of carbon dioxide thanks to the mass though I did say carbon dioxide not carbon monoxide here's a statement on Facebook the L. P. P. D. that would be the Lincoln Park police department responded to a lone occupant single car motor vehicle crash yesterday the crash is believed to have resulted from the driver wearing an N. ninety five mask for several hours and subsequently passing out behind the wheel due to insufficient oxygen intake excessive carbon dioxide intake according to this little blurb we also know that nothing was uncovered at the accident scene that would suggest that the driver was under the influence of drugs or alcohol while we don't know the cause with one hundred percent certainty we do know the driver had been wearing an N. ninety five mask inside the vehicle for several hours and ultimately passed out while operating the vehicle and then the cops told residents that they should continue to follow the directions of governor Phil Murphy in New Jersey for wearing a face covering in public but wearing an N. ninety five mask while driving with no other occupants is unnecessary unless if you're in a call with your wife and your home with your wife your kids I don't know if it's necessary to wear it inside the car either the driver was taken to a local hospital where they're decapitated head was reattached and they're already open up about so not kidding because there was no no decapitation but the driver was treated for non life threatening injuries and I'm looking at a picture of the vehicle from the Lincoln Park New Jersey police department and that car has a beautiful V. shaped waves right in the other car looks to be total to me what is that is that a looks like it's some kind of a small station wagon is that a Subaru that might be a forester or it might be a Subaru wagon at first glance but again I just don't see passing out from an N. ninety five mask away this hold on a minute wait a minute we have somebody on the line who says they are afraid that passed out wearing a mask well maybe this is something we will folks if if you know somebody or view of lost consciousness yourself wearing an N. ninety five mask or if you have any story to add here I'll be a naysayer skeptic here because I do tons of heavy breathing physical activity with the mascot and I have nothing that indicates even remote loss of consciousness or even a gas like I am being oxygen deprived that's why tonight I am going to bring my pulse oximeter and I will test my oxygen levels all posted on.
"central park" Discussed on A TRUE SIDE OF CRIME
"Or. This wasn't even fact except that Oh, I'm being charged with these things that I did not do he stood he stood strong and. Always said that this was not him. He was not this person they made him out to be and he was strong in believing that. Yeah, he's stopped. His thoughts he stopped going to his parole hearings and they come every time. He was eligible the Garba don't like. Hey, corey time. He's like if they don't WanNa hear my truth. Then there's no reason firm for me to go. And that is a very admirable thing to do because a Lotta kids at that age. Wouldn't have done that I. It's grown people. Wouldn't have done. That is grown people that that just say that they are instead of so they can get out on parole or probation and come to find out they never even Bailey anything. But they In turn, they will walk around with this this thing following them because they accepted the fact. They accept lesser punishment. All because it was a lesser punishment. So, this brings us up to two thousand two at this time. Raymond is in prison. Corey still in? Prison. and. Corey is approached by a guy that he got into a altercation with back in the early nineties when he I was in prison. matteis rates, and if that name sounds familiar is because he is actually the central park rapist. This is like proved DNA. He's actually a serial rapist. So. Matas has. He has been known around New York. He was actually. A prominent rapist in New York already, that's why he was already in prison. He raped a pregnant lady. He attempted to wrote to other women like it was a lot ultimately the last woman. Is who identified him. He was identified there was DNA. And they proved it was him that committed these rates and he got to prison. so He'd been in prison sentence ninety. Two More about. Race. Raise. At, the time that this was happening, he will still super young he was eighteen. But. He had committed his first attempted rape a year before. Two days before the Central Park Jogger case he raped. While he attacked another woman. He raped her he beat her in the only reason that he didn't murder this woman. Was Because? A. Passer-by. Saw Him. This Lady Dade give a description of him. The crazy thing is detected went to a local hospital they found out who he was, but for some reason he did not. Get arrested immediately. They didn't bring him in for question at all. It's crazy to me. Absolutely. Crazy. On top of that. He attacked five other women in their apartment. One of them was a lady with the last name of Gonzalez he raped and murdered her pregnant. And she had children. He stabbed her nine times in her chest and abdomen in her basement with our children here. This man was. A horrible horrible person. So. At this time, he has attempted rape. This other rape that happened two days before. The rape of the central. Park jogger. Five other women? And then the one he was actually caught for. He ranked a lady named make in her apartment managed to get away from him. And Neighbors pinned him down wait for police to get to him and this happened in ninety one. So he committed nine rapes. One of those rates was also a murder. and. They didn't catch him till ninety one. He was never a suspect in this that is. Razi to me. At -solutely, crazy. So. Good thing finally, he was caught in ninety one, he served his time. and. He found guide. Which is ultimately what save the Central Park Five. Along with these boys but nobody ever kind of connected the dots..
"central park" Discussed on A TRUE SIDE OF CRIME
"And try and gets out and his MOM's happy for him to be out she moves in back in. The only issue is his dad lives there. His Dad is going through some kind of disorder sickness. And He kinda can't even look his dad in the is Kinda does no longer accepting of his dad because of the way he handled the whole situation and how he cared more about what he got out of it than what his son got out of it, which was the destruction ultimately of his childhood. And by the time that he like realized implications, it was just it was too late. Like, and he also during his trial, he didn't even go to the trial at all. It was just trying to his mom. So I think that added insult to injury that you didn't even have the decency enough to come to the trial and in his father's defense is probably because he relies what he did and he couldn't watch what makes us exactly. which in turn on his heart, he already knew. Hope I did this to my marquette as a child and I know that he remembers I know what I've done. I. Know that this is something that has almost unforgivable I took his freedom and his childhood. Yeah because entrance mom had divorces day and then he got sick. So she moved back here. She just wanted to be helpful to him and entrance dad did try he liked brought him place the food but that is nothing compared as man's been several years in a juvenile detention like. Not Okay That's that doesn't mean anything this brought me means nothing. But finally I mean, right before his dad died they did. Kinda. Reconcile. Him. And but his daddy passed away in. Toronto believe moved away and started a family. He colleges wanted to stay out of the limelight a lot for a long time he actually didn't. Have anything to do with the previous documentary though one came out in two, thousand, twelve believe. Like his his face wasn't in it, it was only I think his voice. He did have something to do with obviously when they see us, he was more free to open up thin. So Kevin Kevin. Guy Out and. He moved with his I think he had the biggest support system everybody. Like sisters mom months everybody came to see him. They held him down. He had a lot of support losers crazy. Kevin seemed like he was the smallest of the group at the time. And then They expected this smart guy to do all of this. Also remember we saw that his actual video and he was like a bigger do but they portray him as a little bit petite key in the show, which is super posturing trying to give someone a visual. Take the total opposite and put a small guy some place and expect him to be. Overpowering you're grown woman that is a jogger obviously fit in raping her stuff in it's like..
"central park" Discussed on A TRUE SIDE OF CRIME
"So because of this time line in the major differences that happened in this. It kind of looks as if the rape didn't even happen. At least it's not they're saying that they went to the park at nine not. Doesn't allow time for them to commit a rape. So. Cabinet Raymond were both arrested at the park nine incident. but it was for lesser charges, unlawful. Assembly. they had found the jogger at that time. So they got him for a lawful sip a assembly ANC. Rioted and stuff like that. 'cause it was thirty boys running through Central Park. Of their parents didn't know they were even at the precinct until hours later, which if anybody which I'm sure you do watch any crime shows, you cannot question a minor without their parent. That doesn't even make sense. They're fourteen fifteen. They don't even know what's going on. So. They got detained they get questioned hours later their parents find out there. officer say that Kevin Stadium while being transported. ooh Police record state that Kevin said Amtrak omitted the rate. But there is no evidence that Kevin. Ever. said that. Kevin and even know and. So I don't know how they thought that they were gonNA prove. All, right. So moving on. The very next afternoon corean use of were apprehended. Reports differ as. The next afternoon Korean use of were apprehended. The reports differ as to why Corey went with the cops the cops say his name was on a list it was just misspelled. The young men state he went as a friend. So from what we were able to look into, they had use of name. and Use of went core was whistled. So they were like, Oh, you wanna come with your buddy. The cops say that's not the way happened. But seeing as they lied about a whole bunch of other stuff, I'm inclined not to believe. So and trump take into the precinct by his parents the next morning. He actually got home. He was really dirty. His parents were trying to figure out what in the world was going on day found out that he was at the park that night so. They were like a need to see what's going on tell them what you know. They didn't think that he was actually involved in anything. So. They took him just to take them up there and let him talk to the police. So anybody that they feel that they have and that they can convict, they have them already. So what transpires now in the next sixteen plus hours is a bunch of A. Heart wrenching things such as. Accusing Children of doing these heinous crimes. Depriving them of food in order to get said confessions. the JOGGER..
"central park" Discussed on A TRUE SIDE OF CRIME
"To north west of the crime scene, direct line of vision from crime scene to the Fire Corey wise states that he observed too far while female was being attacked. The group leaves the rape scene. They go southbound across the ballfields they skill. The ninety seventh street transverse row a end up on North pump house fire units are dispatched around nine, thirty, nine and at nine forty. Nine forty, the group arrives at the North the North Pump House the reservoir at nine, forty, five, a jogger assaulted at the reservoir named David Lewis Leaves residents at about nine ten to nine fifteen at nine forty sakes the same jogger reports are sought to a uniform scooter officer on Dr by Ninety Second Street at nine forty, seven, an unidentified jogger harassed chase by the. Group the jogger asked the group. If they want to race, he out runs them. How's that him being chased if he asked that race, that is the this whole time line is a bit weird people czyz. A lot of things that they were penciled in is like some third grader sat down with the crown came up with these things. So we'll woman after that jogger. John a sonic on the reservoir at ninety ninety third to ninety, four, th street he leaves his residence of nine, thirty, nine, fifty, a grew the group splits up some exit, the park at ninety third and P. W. and some remain in the park. The Save. Jagger is before John is found by exhilarate police on the eighty seventh street and West at ten. Oh Five. Uniform Peo- response to seeing the Laughlin assault ninety, four, th street and Ninety Third Street about five minutes. Later, a CPAP AC observed some us at Third Street and C. P W when the AC van pulls alongside them, they jumped the wall, the ACC chasing once they go off at about ten thirty, A. C. Apprehensive five suspects just to be clear AC exhilarating cop so at. Ten fifty. The AC in the suspects arrive at the Central Park precinct the people that were apprehended. were. McCall Kevin Richardson Clarence Thomas, Stephen Lopez, and Raymond Santana the conflicting stories of the defendants. They're saying this an approximate time line based on what the boys initially said, which is not completely true because half the stuff they say until after they were. Assaulted and harassed and held without food..
"central park" Discussed on A TRUE SIDE OF CRIME
"Today we're going to be focusing on the case of the Central Park five one of the biggest cases of this year that were that was one net flicks. A lot of people talked about it and it was all over social media and how people were disgusted with the way these kids retreated. Today we're going to take you through what happened that night and what followed including the confessions of the main five but also some information on the other boys that you may not know about the ones that were arrested and didn't really serve any time and Kinda got off with being punished for anything kind of slap on the wrist a compliment. Steve Lopez Cory Wise `Antonio, mccray Kevin Richardson, Raymond Santana Yusef Salaam were all indicted on rape one sided one sex abuse one attempted murder to to counselor salt one robbery one to cast a robbery to assault one to council assault to write one Raymond Santana and use of were also ultimately what they were charged with was rape in assault. They didn't ultimately what they were found guilty for was ripe us all they were never found guilty further attempted murder. They weren't found guilty. I to me. They were charged with all these things but they were not actually found guilty those charges ended up. They ended up being found not guilty for them. which I guess is good since it gives them less time even though they still had crazy long amounts of time. Okay. The first five. That are the main people are Corey Weiss. Use of Salaam, antra trauma. Kevin Richardson and Raymond Santana. Jumped here. All of these kids were fifteen under. So. We kinda found out cory and use for the only to the actually knew each other. The other was just Khanna saw each other in passing I guess. Just like A. A big party going on in in Central Park that night you know like a bunch of kids know school is having a good time, Kinda. Messing around like kids do. So some the other kids that you'll see brought up in this case are Mike BRASCO and Steve Lopez. Steve Lopez actually knew one of the other boys. And they were kind of together that night. That's how he got drawn into a but. Like, they were brought up on charges. Some of them were dismissed some of them they pleaded down. One of the boys actually initially wants a court. And then he took a plea deal will get into the rest of that later. So the initial charges that were issued for these boys were. Attempted murder, the second degree rape one and assault one. These. Are Some pretty heavy crimes. Li. got. Sodomy..
"central park" Discussed on Toure Show
"They had a ten year slog pressing a lawsuit against New York City, which fought the suit with everything they had until a new mayor. The current mayor Bill de Blasios said, no we're gonna pay them. They at forty one million dollars as a group, but they never got an apology from the city ordered mission of wrongdoing by anyone and nothing has happened. That would prevent all of this from happening to another group of black boys again today. But as of right now, the central park, five have Eva du Vernay standing beside them. Eva has. Done. Whatever does in directed an incredible four part series about their story at his powerful and heartbreaking, and must watch TV she's incredible. I wrote a long piece about the central park five few years ago for playboy magazine called how the central park five still haunt America, and I got to know them. So I called Dr Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana. And I flew to Atlanta and we sat down and had this epic conversation. It's doctor Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana. From the central park five on tour show. Use of where are you now in your life? Now that Eva and Oprah. These people are standing behind you. You got paid from the city the world thinks you didn't do it. Where are you now in life? Oh man, I would say I am. Ten levels. Ready for the whole world and ready to live even fuller in that experience. You know, ready to give ready to share? Where did they almost take back everything that was taken from me? And I know that that's not possible, but living in the space of now being present. You know, I always tell people live full die empty, but being able to really for real do that. You know, all of the ideas, the dreams, the hopes to ask, for reasons that I once had that were just like what if sore someday aisles you know what I'm saying? It's a great feeling to know that you don't have to ask permission to live with before we had to ask permission to go to the bathroom. If you can imagine, you know that whole reality is, it's just beautiful to know that you're not crazy, you know that you don't have to raise your hand. Sorry. Use the restroom and everybody's looking at you like. What go to the bathroom? You know what I'm saying? It's just one example, but I mean, it's a beautiful space to be in and to realize that you are actually the hero of your story. You know, and the fact that it's magnified times five is even a better blessing you don't because each one of us have our own, so to speak, specialness, and uniqueness that we bring to the story that makes it even more special stories, you get out of prison, and it was a good ten years, that before you reveal hated and exonerated. Yes. So you're moving through the world go, and I didn't do this, and nobody's really, I mean, some black people with you. But a lot of people are not believing it. Yeah. This is true. This is true. So this is just a total alternate reality for you. This is this is a tectonic shift you know, as we were leading up to thirty I twenty nineteen I was telling folks that we are about. To be hit with a media, right? The whole globe is about to be hit with a meteorite of astronomic proportions. I mean, the fact that this story is going to be rippling around the world. One hundred ninety plus countries. You know, we've, we've still I mean, I know it's just like what two week we're going to have two weeks most in, but it's it feels so good to open up your social media or to bump into folks on the street. We win L eighty other day. And I'm just walking down a block 'cause I'm like, let's go to the mall. You wanna buy some stuff. I'm talking about life and somebody in their car says use of Salaam, and I looked, and I said they talking to me. I said to my wife, I said, it'll be talking to me. She said, yes. I thought it was camouflaged..
"central park" Discussed on The Nightly Rant
"You'll be entertained, and you'll help out a friend now as I said, let's get into today's topic today was move into actually, it was kind of a two-day move in day. Wasn't it? We got unexpected love on Friday expected. Love question, Mark could we had brought our stuff with us then that she would have let us put it in the office? Well, yeah, and then we'd have been able to finish moving in like put up a shelf and all that shit today. Right. Well, maybe not. Well, you probably would have gone to this morning, instead of going to the office first, and then fed lunch and then got up Steph anyway. I think that it's going to be nice to have a place to be that's ours. I think so too. I think the only go if we go tomorrow afternoon to set up the shelf and everything to get it done before Monday morning, cool, if we don't we don't. But I think it'll be nice. Like we get there at the ass crack of dawn on Monday morning to like be able to have my slack open. My click up open and like a bunch of other stuff like tiled on one monitor and then have one door on. That's my life flan. Nice lucky. You challenge. You, are you. I'm in. No hurry, then surely. So I was trolling through mid flicks. When I was looking through their net flicks originals. Yeah. And I came upon this called a short series or something like that. We as probably what like eight episodes. It's called when they see us might be forced for ups and it's. Based upon a real story of the central park, five. Okay. Who the heck? Central park five were falsely convicted. There's Anton, McRae, Kevin Richardson Yussef Salaam, Raymond Santana. And Corey wise those are the central park five k they were convicted falsely of raping Tricia Meli in nineteen eighty nine in between them. They spend between six and thirteen years in prison, the real perpetrator, whose name was Matiz radius, wouldn't be known until two thousand and two, which is crazy, especially since he was in the same area and convicted of a bunch of other like convicted of other things and performing other sexual assaults in the same time period. And it said they found DNA the scene. Why was this DNA never like why was there never? So kinda they railroaded those kids. And like it says here that the race guy was born in Puerto Rico, seventy one he moved to New York City's a child. And at school report. It's this is where our system fails right here because I've seen this firsthand with four different kids. I've seen this thing school reports noted his, I q as being in the seventies and described him as being emotionally disturbed. He later told psychiatrists that he had been sexually assaulted as a small child. Okay. So that's where our system fails us because this guy went in brutally raped this woman and did a whole bunch of other crimes, apparently for other women and murdered Wyan people noticed the problems with him and called him emotionally disturbed early on. But the system doesn't have anything in place that can force, the parents to get help the kid or no, not even force. Let them know that they think their kid is a sociopath so that they could take the proper measures. Yes, he then those little spots like that, are where I sometimes differ with libertarian thinking, because I can see. See making it a really strong suggestion that you might kinda sorta wanna do this..
"central park" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"But like you said that we need to follow up on it. I they had a bunch of rules in place that. Kind of kept it for the wealthier New Yorkers for sure. So like the history of central park is actually a history of class struggle in New York big time. And when it when it opened initially it was kind of like, thanks for the park chumps the taxpayer money. Yeah. And it was like if there was any kind of vent herb or orchestra band or anything like that it took place from Monday to Saturday because if you were labor if you're part of the working class the only day of the week, you had off was Sunday carriages were very much welcomed, and they made up something like fifty or sixty percent of the visitors arrived in carriages yet in the first decade. Fifty percent were in carriages. But like five percent of New Yorkers were wealthy enough to afford care. That says it all right? Exactly. So basically, it was kind of like a stay out kind of thing. They had a ban on group picnics. Yeah. That was a big ones though. Like, all these, you know, big immigrant. Families that love to get together. In large groups. None of that. Couldn't do it. Go to the cemetery. You couldn't ride around in a work cart? So like, yeah. Like if you had a high struck. Yeah. Sorry. Like you wanted to put your family in it to take him out for a Sunday drive note. None of those you had a nice carriage. So they're always all these rules that were enforced for a little while. And then finally the rest of New York, the other New Yorkers said, this is B S. Yeah. Let's let's loosen these up a little bit and they finally petitioned for some changes in central park. Finally in the eighteen seventies became a true public park. Yes. Like little by little us. When it started to ease on some of these rules, apparently olmstead was not a fan of children traipsing all over the grass. So he would have been none too pleased with family picnics and all of it on the. Great lawn. Yeah. Obviously that changed over the years as well. And since you know, mid eighteen seventy five in on it's been a series of progressive minded, people that have opened up the park in democratized it decades and decades, but it's also been kind of this push and pull like, okay how much for the people? Should we add some like a swimming pool? Yeah. Or like some like should we put the baseball stadium here? That was a proposal at one point in time..