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Fresh update on "clair" discussed on KCBS Radio Afternoon News

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:23 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "clair" discussed on KCBS Radio Afternoon News

"Large waves. Senate Clair County nurses say they're often victims of violence in the hospitals. And Dave Ross weighs in on people so called rights to remain unvaccinated. Good evening. I'm Patty Rising along with Jeff Bell. Our news watch continues. Working in the hospital may not seem like a dangerous job. But his case CBS is Carrie, who to SEC reports. Nurses in Santa Clara County say the number of assaults that they see on an average day might surprise here..

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Fresh "Clair" from Guy Gordon

Guy Gordon

01:29 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh "Clair" from Guy Gordon

"Federal contractors bid the contract based on a certain wage rate that they were going to be able to pay. Now you've jacked up the wage rate that you've demanded. Unilateral. And by the way, why does he have to have an executive order to 100 days from now sign an executive order? I don't understand that either. I wonder what you think of these high minded ideas for helping and fixing our economy. Am I wrong? Are we not incentivizing unemployment by saying that you can quit. And get unemployment and all you gotta do is say you're worried about Cove in 1 808 5909571 808 590 wjr. Let's get to Michael steps wjr traffic first back with another clue back with your calls. WJR Traffic first sponsored by Gordon, Chevrolet Gordon, Chevrolet Sign and Drive Lease is starting under $200 on select vehicles 0% Up to 84 Months plus bonus Cash, three payments up to $1000 waved on select vehicles for road just west of Merriman Garden City. Gordon's Chevrolet dot com Gordon Chevrolet, Find new roads and ST Clair County. A disabled vehicle is blocking the right shoulder on 94 westbound right now, after division road and downtown in the city. The entrance and exit ramps both closed due to construction on 75 North bound. It's spring well, street. Construction schedule through February. 26th now W. Gerald Huether, first from the Weather Channel. Our fast flow down from Canada keeps Clippers coming. We've got one knocking on our door here this afternoon. These air moisture starved.

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Houston averaging lowest gas prices in the country

Steve Scott

00:42 sec | Last month

Houston averaging lowest gas prices in the country

"The rise. The nationwide price for a gallon of regular was four cents last week. 2 to 26 a gallon triple A Northeast Robertson Clair Jr. Even with all these price, Sykes, the 81 million plan, take a road trip for the holidays. Despite advice to the contrary, we'll see the cheapest gasoline prices the cheapest Christmas gasoline prices. Since 2008 During the great recession, pump prices are about 35 cents a gallon lower than they were one year ago. The most expensive gas in the country is in San Francisco. 3 34 a gallon On average, the lowest gas prices are in Houston, an average of a dollar 81 a gallon per for regular when you need more than just the

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The Great Commission with Tyler St. Clair

The Bible Says What!?

05:27 min | Last month

The Great Commission with Tyler St. Clair

"Special guest is the lead pastor at the cornerstone church in detroit. Scho- tyler sinclair. Hey how you guys doing. Glad to have yawn man. Thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule in having the conversation appreciate it. My pleasure. Mock leisure well today. We decided to discuss the great commission. But i like to get to know a little bit more about you. Tell us a little bit about your scherf. I'm gonna give you the long and short of my journey. Yeah i'm born born and raised in detroit michigan. I grew up Grew up at a situation that we It's pretty common Single parents and the In the city and struggled and ran the streets and the very similar story a lot of people That are ministry six to reach In the city of detroit but I born and raised in church. But i decided at the age of eighteen and my infinite wisdom that i was done with god. Donald church didn't want when have anything to do with this Beings that i thought was irrelevant in my life and Yeah whitten On my birthday when got got got a tattoo and decided that I'm done One one year later one year later. I'm asking jesus To say before for my fans and surrender my life to the lord. Jesus so what. A difference. A year year makes so they age of nineteen. I surrendered to christ and What what struck me was My church experience was Church with the destination church. Which is the place that people came. I thought it was just a social thing. I thought it was just something that people came and did and got their religious goods and services and when i began to read scripture sure I saw that there was. There should be an urgency behind the church that there should be a zeal and the desire to see people come to know and follow jesus and to see people From the wrath. Adjustment of god. So i think i for this is this is different. What i'm when i'm reading a scripture is different from what i'm seeing and what i'm experiencing and So i i got saved In september of two thousand and one in december just a few months. Later i was telling my pastor that i feel called to ministry they nineteen years old and everyone thought i was insane And i felt insane. But i knew that This burden at the lower had put on my heart with something. I couldn't took away until i got older Like i experienced Life transformation through the gospel. Jesus and i wanted that for everyone that i came in contact with since since nineteen. I have been Like old thanks for say running for jesus and it's been a wild ride and i've just seen so much of the lord's grace In the last twenty something years of kind of know about this tattoo was it. Like i'm done with you. Got a tattoo like it was it was it was. It was just my my my Rebellion me sticking my flag in the ground. I i gotta i gotta t and then. After i became a christian. I change the ten talk cross. Of course so how convenience. It was just This was hey I'm outwardly a rebellion. I'm choosing a life without you And that was a sign of that but Thank god his grace. He's gracious in carnegie and he caught me to himself and save me from myself so college. The tuesday curious the great commission. Let's let's start that matthew twenty eight we've got the great commission eighteen through twenty Mark fifteen sixteen says the same thing. the message basically is go out and preach my work Why do you think it is that you're the one that's supposed to do this. So i love the great commission. And it's been a passes that i've referred to when and and and and basically human oriented my life around this great commission and the part that i think we often overlook is The beginning part. Before right before get right. Before jesus gives the great commission inverse eighteen Verse eighteen matthew twenty aching and jesus Came and said to them. All authority in heaven and earth has been given to me so jesus is making. That's a very big weighty statement. All of the all authority in the entire universe has been given to me

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The Road Map To Valorant First Strike

The Center Ring esports podcast

03:34 min | 2 months ago

The Road Map To Valorant First Strike

"We had the nerd street gaming first-strike closed qualifiers wrap up. And now today we had the un g unlv first-strike open qualifiers. Start now these are the teams and we'll get to in a moment are either ones. That didn't i mean they could be brand new teams that you've never seen before but they could also be teams that failed to qualify from the last strike. So you're going to see you guys like and box and phase energy things like that. You're going to see familiar teams in this event as well. I think cloud nine or declared non-qualified qualifying. Okay cloudy qualify Just also had upset. But so there's there's all that for you. I strike all of a sudden somewhat confusing for me but nonetheless. Probably the most confusing tournaments setup. I've ever seen in my life. It's really it's so brutal that liquid. Pd doesn't even give you a description in the breakdown of how the tournament is being run first of all you. Gene has been a mess in terms of getting the team. Set up like it's almost like they said they had the number of teams signed up but then they really didn't have everybody signed up and i Cloud nine is the. Um g qualifier so they They didn't go through close for nerd street. So making it to the quarters. Advance you in advance as you too. So cloud nine to not make it to the finals. What will be considered the finals. But they are in like the teams that are qualified for the first strike north american finals. Right which only eight teams will get in the top four from nerd street tournament and the top four for you. Mg okay so it's top for non top. They making matters it. You had to get top four so you have envy one. Hundred thieves renegades who upset cloud nine and sentinels so those are the four teams qualified from nerd street gaming tournament you gene now which will have every team that dinna qualify. Pretty much playing in it. Those top four will then qualify. So you'll have eight teams total into what will actually be called valiant first strike which is the main event will be held december third through the six for america again berbers. Let's wrap up the nerd street. Yes version of using because everyone just keep us included. Because i didn't realize it. Everyone just keeps saying i strike. Oh we're in the first qualifiers. Oh we're in the closed qualifier. No you're in the nerd street first-strike qualifiers like the qualifier number one yes in qualifier number. Two you know so for north st clair's qualifiers with did have that event wrap up. Yeah i'm tim just mentioned the four teams again being renegades. Nb sentinels in hundred thieves. I think Some notable teams than that are obviously going to be fighting for their lives. Here would be. Tsm did not make it through t one whereas also now top four. They were top eight and cloud nine complexity as well. But i think team won t sam in cloud nine kind of more Considered kind of the best of the best type thing in that sense t one little bit more to prove their Than the other two

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Illinois Tightens Restrictions On Metro East Region With COVID-19 Positivity Rate At 8% Or Higher For 3 Days Running

Ben Shapiro

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Illinois Tightens Restrictions On Metro East Region With COVID-19 Positivity Rate At 8% Or Higher For 3 Days Running

"Illinoisgovernor J B. Pritzker announced restrictions yesterday in Region four of the state. That's the southwestern part. The restrictions limit capacity at meetings and social events and closing bars and casinos at 11 p.m. Restrictions come after the region has seen three straight days of a positive test rate of 8% or higher. The counties that are affected include Bond Clinton Madison Monroe. Randolph ST Clair and Washington Health officials today announced 1773 new cases. In Illinois, an additional 12 deaths. The States seven day rolling positivity rate is at

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U.S., Canadian authorities warn against annual 'Float Down' near Sarnia, Ont.

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

U.S., Canadian authorities warn against annual 'Float Down' near Sarnia, Ont.

"Home that word from Canadian in U. S. Officials ahead of the Port Huron float down this Sunday WW days, Beth Fischer, with 5000 people are expected to take to the ST Clair River on rafts and inner tubes from port here onto Mary's Ville. But there's a pandemic underway U S. Coast Guard Lieutenant Jeremiah she soul All we can do is discourage people from going. Canada is a lot more forceful in AH warning people. Canadian officials won't let us cross the border unless it's for essential. Business. So if people float in a Canadian waters, they could face $750,000 in fines and up to six months in jail. It could also mean covert 19 screening, she still says. For those who do go wear a life jacket and have your cell phone in an airtight case. Beth

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Women, Agency, & Pleasure

Therapy for Black Girls

05:28 min | 5 months ago

Women, Agency, & Pleasure

"I'm sure by now you've seen and heard the news release from Cardi B. in May called wop. Well, of course, everybody in their Mama has an opinion about this own. So we had to chat about what it all means and Dr Lex Brown James is back with us to join the conversation. Dr lex is an Amazon bestselling author of these are my is this is my nose. This is my vulva. These are my toes and is a licensed marriage and family therapist in a certifies sexuality educator supervisor. When not in therapy she contracts with organizations regarding reproductive justice and accessible comprehensive. In Anti Oppressive Sexuality Education. Dr Lexin I, chatted about the stereotypes that are often invoked in commentary about black. Women's sexuality. The. Importance of agency in sexual liberation. How. Respectability politics are used to shame black women and how we can unpack our own shame around sexuality to encourage healthier attitude towards sexuality for our children. If anything resumes with you all join this episode. Please share with us on social media using the HASHTAG. TB In session. Here's our conversation. Thank you so much for joining us again today Dr Legs. Thank you for having back I. Love it here. We, are always happy to have you back. I really use you slide into my deals like, Hey, you know we talk about this. You created the perfect platform. So, tell me likes what was your initial reaction to the visuals as well as audio. In my chest, my reactions were. Still. Got It. That's what I thought initially like I could drop down get back up and I didn't out nor did I di- I was really proud of myself. Out of that. And it was so free nervous. The nineties Misao Josiah, I, grew up in Atlanta I grew up in college park. So here in Franks key on the radio was normal and regular everyone was like look at this homage homage and that was unexpected and then all the commentary and it's all based on this over sexualization of women and I was like, okay let's see the skull but everybody only defaulted to the over sexualization of the black woman based on this. Stereotype. The stereotype is the idea that. Lack, women typically our class figured lighter skin and with some tape of nine kinky hair, the the the Mulatto type woman is sexually overt and think a Karma Jones right. So Carmen in that movie would be the idea of a jazz about but people forget the conversation where. Black women and their relation also centralized as mammy. So fat dark skinned black women who have kinky hair who are considered not necessarily sexual, right? Because they're not the Jacksonville and yet they reproduce and take care of children. They are the form other four People Gov as the Welfare Queen, they're having tax they're producing but certainly seen as very sexual, and then there's also the Sapphire and the Sapphire is comes from and Andy rate in it's considered that kind of ball buster type woman who is like all well, you can't handle me and. Attitudinal and maybe like a clair huxtable, I will tell you when we will be together in this way and then there's the superwoman. So the Black Superwoman, this idea that women can make a dollar out of fifteen cents, take your communities in their children and their partners and their job and every. Old In an amazing and they're never exhausted or tired always pleasant attitude and the considered asexual right because there are so strong and they don't even need sex and nobody's willing to really them because they don't need have this. Physical pleasure or satisfaction lives. All of these other stereotypes? The only one that people went to focus on was the jets as I pigeonholing. So what do you think that is do you think that people aren't even aware of all these other stereotypes? Be Aware but I don't think that their sexuality is as amped up and I think that a black woman in charge of her own sexual pleasure is scary for some folks. We have a lot of shame I was personally told as a child to call maybe China pocketbook Zionist, governor. Yeah You keep your pocketbook close and you keep it off the floor. Right those are the two things you learned and I was like. That's interesting. Why would it ever be on the floor but the idea that if you had his own sexual pleasure, your type of Ho, your some type of one time and. over-centralised homequote not wifey material right and so I don't think the other ones get as much play because they are somewhat more acceptable.

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St. Clare of Assisi Novena - Day 4

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

02:07 min | 6 months ago

St. Clare of Assisi Novena - Day 4

"Annot Vena to Saint Clair Day four. From a letter to intrude of brew. This labor of ours is brief. But. The reward is eternal. Let the noises of the fleeting world and its shadow not confound you. Let the empty spectres of the deceiving world not drive you mad. Shut your ears to the whispers of hell and strong breath down its attempts against you. Willingly bear adverse evils and let provident goods not puff you up. For the one requires faith. The other demands it. What you promised, God faithfully render and he will repay you. Dear Saint Clair. As a young girl, you imitated your mother's love for the poor of your native. Assisi. Inspired by the preaching of Saint Francis, who enthusiastically of his Lord Jesus Lady Poverty. You gave your life to Jesus at Nineteen years of age allowing Saint Francis to cut off your beautiful hair. And Invest You with the Francis can happen. All through your life, you offered your great suffering for your sisters the poor Clare's and the conversion of souls. You greatly aided Saint Francis with his new order carrying on his spirit in the Franciscans after his death. Most of all, you had a deep love of Jesus in the most blessed sacrament which fueled your vocation to love and care for the poor. Please pray for me. But I will seek keep Jesus as my first love as you did. Help me to grow in love of the blessed sacrament. To care for the poor and to offer my whole life to God. Heavenly father. Thank you for the gift of Saint Clair. Through your intercession please here and answer my prayer in the name of Jesus your son. Man.

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Boats catch fire, explode at Lake St. Clair

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Boats catch fire, explode at Lake St. Clair

"At a marina on Lake ST Clair, filling the sky with dark smoke. Flames had two people into the water to swim for safety. One boat sank or burned to below the water line. One reportedly used by Tigers legend Kirk Gibson. Not on board what had happened. But Denise on her boat describing a scary scene there, Wass for loud booms and the big boat that burned had, um Two or three Motors. Denise says the smoke from the fire could be seen for miles. No indication from investigators at what may have started the initial blaze reports it was on a boat that had just fueled aback Ken's gas cock. Behind mikes on the water, a restaurant at the Michigan Harbor Marina on Jefferson between nine and 10 mile in ST Clair Shores. Art

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Boston - New Hampshire Bike Week Still On For August, But Vendors Banned

WBZ Afternoon News

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Boston - New Hampshire Bike Week Still On For August, But Vendors Banned

"This year when it comes to bike week in New Hampshire. The event Laconia, usually held in June, is not scheduled for August 22nd through the 30th. Warden to the Laconia Daily Sun. The City Council has banned vendor booths, except for those from the group that runs a in a few nonprofits. Course. Those vendors usually a pretty big draw for bike week, but Motorcycle week Association executive director Charlie ST Clair says it will be different. Those who rely on it will be thrilled to be able to move on. 3

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24 Hour Fitness declares bankruptcy, citing coronavirus hit

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

24 Hour Fitness declares bankruptcy, citing coronavirus hit

"Eighteen locations of twenty four hour fitness a permanently closed around southern California this includes gyms at Irvine Costa mesa Pasadena Santa Monica downtown LA Mont Clair seamy valley and more the closures here part of a scaling back of one hundred locations in fourteen states across the country twenty four hour fitness a CEO says if it were not for covert nineteen and its devastating effects they would not be filing for chapter eleven gold's gym made the same move in early may since the coronavirus shut down many people invested more in at home options for work outs and as the economy re opens they've been looking for less expensive options

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"clair" Discussed on Moving2Live

Moving2Live

04:37 min | 8 months ago

"clair" Discussed on Moving2Live

"Welcome back to another episode of the moving to Live podcast, and also the fit lad PG. H podcast is listeners know if you've listened to us before. Sometimes we cross, pollinate or interview somebody who makes a great guests for both fit lab pge and moving to live both of our podcast of the ethos movement is a lifestyle, not just in activity. Fit Out Pittsburgh tries to highlight. The great movement things in the Pittsburgh Pennsylvania area, moving to live tries to break down knowledge silos, and I think today's guest is well suited for both podcasts were in the middle of starting week five about halfway through week. Five of the Pittsburgh area of essentially being in social distancing schools are not in session, other than virtually and people across the world probably are very aware it's very similar in various places. Today's guest is Doug Patrick. He is a cross country. Country Track and field coach at Upper Saint, Clair High School, which is a suburb of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. He's also a physics professor I. Think from what I've seen is probably the person that I have seen who uses twitter to the best effective anybody else. As soon as we're done with this I need to find out some more twitter twitter twitter tips from him, but I think if anybody can talk about the effect that it's had on a career on. Athletes that he's coaching, also somebody who organizes A. Cross Country Conference for high school coaches across Pennsylvania and in some cases in other states that he's been. I won't say forced, but he's had the opportunity over the past couple of weeks to realize that this is not going to happen face to face. This is actually going to happen on zoom, so doug thanks for taking time to talk to fit out Pittsburgh in moving to live. Thanks some real exciting talk and connectin share a little bit about what we do. I think the first thing that's very interesting. To go over because I find it fascinating, I have a podcast that came out today where recording today with the physician who is in Italy who has been quarantined for over four weeks. When did you first find out that your job is a physics teacher and a across country coach at Upper Saint Clair that you weren't going to be going to into work early morning every day. So I. WanNa say. Probably, March eleventh was when all this like hit in terms of the high school and I know earlier that week. at students asking. Hey, what's going on? I heard were not.

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Small businesses in Illinois anxious to reopen as stay-at-home orders continue

Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker

05:46 min | 9 months ago

Small businesses in Illinois anxious to reopen as stay-at-home orders continue

"Too but joining us now is only here on the station is actually an advertiser you may recognize some of his don Rogers spots but he's also in alderman ward eight over in Belleville Illinois Roger what waiting ten thank you so much for coming to cable acts thank you so much but I appreciate the opportunity yeah I was wondering and I think it's important to point out your someone that's an elected official and also a business owner and you're in Illinois so there's a lot of different conflict dean areas that some of that one open up some are fighting open up some that are fighting to say well we're just gonna do whatever our dear leader says they want to do with the governor says and what they are basically saying is like almost like everyone is for themselves but they're not and I really wanted to get your take on this because I think you do have a unique perspective as a business owner and also an elected official sh well you know I'm a business owner to get into politics that but sure sure and I'm gonna tell you something right off the bat I saw this the other day if Walmart target CVS and Walgreens can be open without killing people like you have small business and and this is my take you know we've got a lot of let's face it small businesses still the backbone of this country anyway you look at it we're talking people to put their lives or livelihood specially stores boutiques mom and pop stores there we have not even considered art are talked about and you know these are kind of operations where you could get these tank you could open your store or your business probably what it was one or two people you don't have to worry about having fifteen twenty employees how do people in your store the disparity right now is incredible why I reached out the last couple weeks to overstate wraps at one of our senators and ask them to lobby on behalf of small business yeah I take it you know what we will we understand where you're coming from we noticed yesterday we've got to move forward well not only did they get together and and I applaud them but on the governor's desk today there was a letter from two senators by state reps are sick account executive Maribel Belkacem other mayors asking if we could open up tomorrow as our chairman mark princess our metrics are down everything's in line and we wanted to get open now she says start generating some some rather you get a last ride in city battle with laid off fifty six people if we don't go back to work pretty soon Mr generate some revenue the next that's not gonna be pretty this one was not easy it was heart wrenching but you know the governor today you know they talk about neighboring states Indiana Wisconsin Missouri you guys are open now you're opening for malls next Monday you know what we're gonna lose a lot of business does never favoring states now the governor said today he said well if you go to the neighboring states you might bring back cover nineteen will you go to the grocery store you might bring back Colbert nineteen the bachelorettes we're gonna lose a lot of business and a lot of people are going to go over there and they're gonna say you know what we like shopping over there what a shot was very organised shop in Wisconsin there are Indiana and you know it the fact of matter yes and the governor said today our positivity is going down now he wants to open up may twenty nights the four regions the phase three you know what the difference between cook county at Southern Illinois it's like the north and south all as far as the number of deaths they should still be in phase two we should be in stage three they should be moving into three we should be moving into four and and yet okay there's eleven counties in central Illinois there are lobbying the governor right now to open I saw an interview the mayor of graft in this afternoon just reading the open date they've gone to such tough times and trust me I understand but you know we are taking an absolute beating and is a very fine line between livelihoods and lives because you don't have a likelihood you don't have a large yeah and I think that'll some governors get that there's some areas that need extra attention and Chicago will be in one of the hot spots in very close to all of us here but outside of Chicago in the further south you get in Illinois you notice that there is a much less need into demand also on the hospitals in you find that you can responsibly open things back up however to be clumped in with areas that are in you know hi need in high attention like Chicago it's just really unfair for the rest of the areas that are ready to open up and I feel like there's more people at this point that are anticipating that this phase has to move on but what really is is strange to me are some cities that seem that they're ready are just falling in line with what the governor says and they they want to be able to just say okay tell us what's best for us when there's some areas like in Belleville for example that are saying we know what's best for us we want to take care of ourselves and I think that's how it should happen I think the governor should allow the individual areas like Belleville and many of the other ones that have stood up as of late into let them govern the way that they they feel fat and that's what really should be happening well you know we had a lot you know we understand the parameters now people understand this code nineteen is that gonna go away overnight we're gonna live with this for years and years to come we've got to get used to it and but you know what he had to put the fear of god in the in the Madison County and today in his press conference she talked about this letter that he received from St Clair county and he pretty much said the same thing you know if you open up your accept the consequences to me that's incredibly heavy handed I can tell you what he was up ramp Alexion Sinclair county stepped up to the plate big thanks to back him yeah I know what you people have now have got to make your own decisions whether it's right or

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Thoughts on Dealing With COVID-19 from Doug Petrick Upper St Clair HS track & XC coach

FitLabPGH

07:57 min | 9 months ago

Thoughts on Dealing With COVID-19 from Doug Petrick Upper St Clair HS track & XC coach

"Welcome back to another episode of the moving to live podcast and also the fit lad. Pge podcast listeners. Know if you've listened to us before sometimes we cross pollinate or interview. Somebody who makes a great guests for both fit lab? Pga In moving to live. Both of our podcasts. Have Ethos movement is a lifestyle not just an activity fill out. Pittsburgh tries to highlight people who do great movement things in the Pittsburgh Pennsylvania area moving to live tries to break down knowledge silos. And I think today's guest is well suited for both podcasts. Were in the middle of starting week. Five about halfway through week. Five of the Pittsburgh area. Essentially being in social distancing schools are not in session other than virtually and people across the world probably are very aware. It's very similar in various places. Today's guest is Doug Patrick. He is a cross country track and field coach. Upper Saint Clair high school which is a suburb of Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania is also a physics professor. I think from what I've seen is probably the person that I have seen. Who Uses twitter to the best effect of anybody else? As soon as we're done with this I need to find out more twitter. Twitter twitter tips from him. But I think if anybody can talk about the effect that it's had on a career on athletes these coaching and also he somebody who organizes a yearly cross country conference for high school coaches across Pennsylvania and in some cases in other states that he's been I won't say forced but he's had the opportunity over the past couple of weeks to realize this is not going to happen face to face. This is actually going to happen on zoom so doug thanks for taking time to talk to a fit lab. Pittsburgh in moving to live all. Thank some real excited. Kinda talk in connecting share a little bit about what we do like the first thing. That's very interesting to go over because I find it fascinating. I actually have a podcast that came out today where recording today with the physician who is in Italy who has been in quarantine for over four weeks. When did you first find out that your job is a physics teacher and as a cross country coach at Upper Saint Clair that you weren't going to be going into work early morning every day So I WANNA say probably March eleventh was when all this like hit in terms of at the high school and I know earlier that week At students asking. Hey what's going on or we heard. Were not going to be here next week. But I believe the date might the eleventh and our administration had hit said you know the following week we would not in school and I think at that point. It was just sort of a suspension through the middle of April So that being said you know. Uh Sports deathly weren't going to be happening During the suspension academics weren't GonNa be happening and like I wanna tip my hat to the administration at Upper Saint Clair School. Because they were very proactive about like thinking in having a plan in place in not rushing to hurry up and do something to fill time In I had a feeling that we weren't going to go back to distance learning illness after the last three weeks But until we got the official word It are like department meeting which was virtual that you know. We're not going back into the building and you know the state for athletics and activities. Said we're we're down without as well. I don't Wanna Seattle's in disbelief but I just didn't process it. It didn't seem that real so until I think it was like last Thursday That's when we got the official word and you and I were chatting prior to starting recording. I think I mentioned to you that I I started to take it seriously. Maybe four or five days before that and March tenth or eleventh was what I shut everything down to. I'm fortunate in that my real job is I teach online for California University of Pennsylvania so my job per se hasn't changed that much but I'm curious prior to that March eleven. Say a week before that or two weeks before that where was the thought process or was there a thought process about Cova nineteen in the upper Saint Clair School district as far as you as a teacher also as a track coach where you're traveling all over western Pennsylvania. Yeah so I guess we go back to the end of February. We're still in our indoor track and field season. So we're actually Penn state. We had ugly. Three athletes go to the state in so it was the NFL. Or wasn't I don't want to say it wasn't hitting United States but it was something wasn't in the public train were in any of the media and it. Maybe I was naive but I didn't know how it would impact us or if it was going to impact us so I can only speak for myself just in terms of when it. I hate you know that week of the eleventh before the eleven at the beginning of March I would see things come up on on the news. You're in my twitter feed and really. I didn't know the magnitude of what it was in Seoul. The fallen wake you know we weren't school in All the information that kept coming for Nats I just I didn't have a lot of information about the beginning so I didn't anticipate the magnitude. It was GonNa have on everything in everyone's like how long after they March eleventh again just for people who are listening and I know it differs from state to state. Were you aware that the track season was not going to continue score to cease to exist from that point forward. Yes we two leaks in. That was in the sacking leak and the way and the WPA out kind of like two weeks mention of nothing ends. You know on the way home when I got home. Phone's blowing up and local coaches on texting on their taxi. May and I guess different districts were handling it differently summer just doing exactly what the POW said. Some were doing more than what they had said. by I don't WanNA say wasn disbelief but it's sort of as more time went on initially thought we would go back. Maybe we'll just have a district championship or they would modify St Ann's probably about a week and a half ago. I just thought my mocked. It seems like this is just not going to happen. part of that. Is You know a lot. The kids that we have the in college I mean their seasons were cancelled at the beginning of March in. I was thinking you know if college is GONNA CANCEL NOT SEASON. It would make sense to me that a high school. Oscar Cheese Whiz go on. I'm curious I know you have a number of athletes. Go on and run in college. What effect do you think that? This is going to have on high school seniors now as far as getting recruited or getting if they're good enough getting scholarship money to go to college is the fact that they are not going to be able to run their senior year. Run Times they're potentially or PR's right no. It's it's going to impact a lot of kids. I would almost even say kids. That are juniors in terms of if they're track athletes usually their junior year weather guy or girl those the Times that the colleges used the rhythm their junior in spring track. So yeah there are GonNa be at a disadvantage. I'm some seniors. We have that are. GonNa run in college. They were in the process of sort of on being proactive prior to that of visiting schools reaching out schools figuring out if know running is GonNa work in their future with academic so seniors are missing their senior season But I almost want to say maybe juniors. They're going to be track athletes. They're you know they're they will have no times at all. Naturally with colleges. College coaches look at in terms of recruiting.

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Thoughts on Dealing w COVID-19 from Doug Petrick Upper St Clair HS track & XC coach

Moving2Live

05:51 min | 9 months ago

Thoughts on Dealing w COVID-19 from Doug Petrick Upper St Clair HS track & XC coach

"When did you first find out that your job is a physics teacher and has his across country coach at Upper Saint Clair that you weren't going to be going to into work early morning every day so I wanNA say probably March. Eleventh was when all this like hit in terms of the high school and I know earlier that week At students asking. Hey what's going on? I heard were not going to be here next week. I believe the date might have been the eleventh And our administration hit said you know the the following week we would not in school and I think at that point. We just sort of a suspension through the middle of April So that being said you know Sports deathly weren't going to be happening. during this suspension academics weren't going to be happening in like. I WANNA tip my hat to the administration. Upper Saint Clair high school because they were very proactive. About like thinking in having a plan in place in not rushing to hurry up and do something to fill time In I had a feeling that we weren't going to go back to doing distance learning illness after the last three weeks But instill we got the official word It are like department meeting virtual that you know. We're not going back in the building in the state for athletics and activities said. We're we're down without as well. I don't WanNa say I was in disbelief but I just didn't process it didn't seem that real so. I think it like last Thursday Data will we got the official word and you and I were chatting prior to starting recording. I think I mentioned to you that I I started to take it seriously. Maybe four or five days before that and March tenth or eleventh was when I shut everything down to. I'm fortunate in that my real job is I teach online for California University of Pennsylvania so my job per se hasn't changed that much but I'm curious prior to that March eleven. Say a week before that or two weeks before that where was the thought process or was there a thought process about cove nineteen in the Upper Saint Clair School district as far as you as a teacher and also as a track coach where you're traveling all over western Pennsylvania. Yeah so I guess we go back to the end of February. We're still in our indoor track and field season so we're actually at Penn state. We had ugly. Three athletes go to st in so it was the NFL. Or wasn't I don't want to say it wasn't hitting United States but it was something wasn't in the Public train were In any of the media and it may was naive but I didn't know how it would impact us or if it was going to impact us so I can speak from my stealth just in terms of when it I hate. You know that week of the eleventh for before the eleventh the beginning of March on I would see things. Come up on the news or in my twitter. Feed and really. I didn't know the magnitude of what it was in Seoul. The fallen wake. You know we weren't school in All the information that kept coming for the I just I didn't have a lot of information about it beginning so I didn't anticipate the Manitou is going to have on everything in everyone's like how long after the March eleventh again just for people who are listening I know it differs from state to state. Were you aware that the track season was not going to continue or was going to cease to exist from that point forward. Yes it we were two weeks in. That was the end of the second week and occupied w-we end the WPA Kinda like two weeks suspension of nothing ends on the way home. I want to see when I got home. My phone's blowing up and local coaches taxi non. They're taxing me and I guess different districts were handling it differently awesome were just doing exactly with the POW said some were doing more than what they had said But I don't want to say I was in disbelief but it sort of as more time went on. Initially I thought we would go back. Maybe just have a district championship or they would modify. The state need probably about a week and a half ago. I JUST THOUGHT MARK. It seems like this is just not going to happen. part of that. Is You know a lot. The kids that we had the in college I mean their seasons were cancelled at the beginning of March. I was thinking you know if college is GonNA cancel not have a season. It would make sense to me that a high school awkward sees with still go on. I'm curious I know you have a number of athletes. Go on run in college. What effect do you think that? This is going to have on high school seniors now as far as getting recruited or getting if they're good enough getting scholarship money to go to college is the fact that they are not going to be able to run their senior year and run times potentially or PR's right no it's it's GonNa impact a lot of. I would almost even say. Kids are juniors in terms of if they're track athletes usually their junior year weather guy or girl. Those Times that the colleges US recruit them their junior in spring track. So yeah they're gonNA be at a disadvantage. I'm some the seniors we have. That are gonNA run in college. They were in the process of sort of Being proactive prior to that of visiting schools reaching out schools figuring out if running is gonNA work in their future with academic so seniors are missing their senior season But I almost want to say maybe the juniors are going to be track athletes. They're you know very they will have no times at all. Naturally with colleges. College coaches look at in terms of

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"clair" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

Cafe con Pam Podcast

15:53 min | 1 year ago

"clair" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

"Today we have a conversation with Saint Clair Detrick jewels born and raised in Washington. D C Saint. Clair is the daughter of a first generation afro-caribbean emigrant father and an American mother. Growing up and chocolate city as DC was affectionately called pre gentrification. Saint Clair was surrounded by black. Excellence and by black excellence. This does not mean exclusively the black people who make it out of the hood but also referring to the black neighborhoods who fed others times were rough to the next door neighbor. Sheila who corn road hair for all the little girls. Meridian place to the single black mothers and the block who successfully lovingly raised their kids and then their grand kids under own saint. Clair was educated outside of the classroom by other students of color who protested at does presentation and it was then that she realized the importance of fighting for justice and opposing inequalities from them. Saint. Clair learned the importance of speaking up against injustice Saint Clair toward and still occasionally do upon request with that commented on college and high school campuses across the country. When Saint Clair studied abroad in Ecuador into dozen and sixteen? She worked closely with one of her professors to create a curriculum for her semester. Entitled Black Bodies in the Latin America Diaspora which gave her the chance to travel around or to meet with black communities with black communities which in turn expanded her idea of blackness and of course hair was a part of her studies. Further Saint Clair was also able to take courses across a broad range of disciplines. An ethnic studies African studies philosophy anthropology modern culture and media and visual arts departments all of which have given her the traditional academic background necessary to create this project and especially to edit organized and arranged the far-ranging narratives which comprise the project. Dear khloe listeners. I am finally a bag of you have been waiting for a new episode. I have been traveling. I went through my eft training. And I'm going to do a whole episode about that. I went through my integration process after the training. And now we're back we are back again behind this mike and I hope someone's listening and feels good. I really truly have missed you. I've missed being behind the MIC and sharing stories with you hoping that somebody is on the other side today. I come to you with this episode and my conversation between Saint Clair and I we chat about all the things hair being black in the United States how she decided to get into this project to show her little sister that her hair is beautiful. When I learned about deer Khloe I laughed. Loved the story behind it and it really made me think of how this book is going to empower. Little Khloe which is Sinclair's little sister while also giving voice and space to the women in the book and educating and empowering other women who come across this project it's Super Super Bowl you'll learn more about it as we go along in the interview. So you'll you'll know you'll know what I'm talking about. I also saved this episode to honor Black History Month which I think needs to be celebrated all year and without further ado. Here's my conversation with.

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"clair" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"clair" Discussed on WJR 760

"Clair shores some road work ninety four eastbound between the logic eight mile midday construction a taking away that right lane until two thirty now W. J. R. whether first from the weather channel no on the way then some cold air today thirty six no tonight thirty degrees like so with one to three inches by tomorrow morning so excellent game commute tomorrow scattered snow showers during the day breezy and cold thirty four five above tomorrow night from the weather channel meteorologist restated on newstalk seven sixty WJR this is Maria Monty tax partner for metro Detroit accounting firm shin doll rock with our weekly texted for business owners don't rush to drain your business bank account at the end of the year to save on taxes one dollar spent does not equal one dollar tax savings analyzed other ways to leverage your company's cash will still reducing taxes should all right specializes in these and other complex text questions for metro Detroit businesses learn more at Shindo rock dot com your car donations inmate charity motors Michigan's largest car donation program giving away over one hundred million dollars if you are driven to make a difference donate your car to charity motors today called triple eight nine await cars or visit charity motors dot org it could be a routine drive to pick up the kids after school or an epic road trip across the country no matter where your travels take you we know those miles where marathon we have over five thousand seven hundred stations across our great nation our people are working hard every day to provide you with quality top tier gasoline engine performance and.

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High water wreaks havoc on Great Lakes, swamping communities

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

High water wreaks havoc on Great Lakes, swamping communities

"Lakes Michigan and Huron set records for high water levels last year while lake Saint Clair tied the record set back in nineteen eighty six officials say a warmer January has led to greater run off and reduce evaporation process much of the great great lakes that means the lakes are expected to rise to a new record levels over the next six

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Eastern Shoshone swear in former judge as newest Business Council member

Native America Calling

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Eastern Shoshone swear in former judge as newest Business Council member

"The newest member of the eastern Shoshoni Business Council says he'll focus on asserting the tribes Treaty Rights Wyoming Public Radio's Savannah Mar reports. John Saint Clair narrowly won a special election to fill a vacant seat on the Business Council. He's a former chief. Judge of the Wind River Tribal Court and helped author the Wind River reservations desertions law and order code after being sworn in he spoke about the tribes right to off reservation hunting that right was reaffirmed in a recent Supreme Court decision which which upheld the crow tribes right to hunt on quote unoccupied lands of the United States. Don't artery is the same. We have the occupied lands of the United States. I'm dedicating myself to protect arrivals. The eastern Shoshoni tribe has been in talks with the crow and Shoshoni bannock tribes about collectively asserting their treaty right to hunt off reservation for national native news. I'm Savannah

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Fashion & Film

Dressed: The History of Fashion

11:32 min | 1 year ago

Fashion & Film

"Episode actually has been on my mind since our very first season and it combines both my passion and my career because today we talk about fashion and film and we actually thought this was a particularly fitting episode with which to launch season three seeing as it's February. WNYC which is an eventful month for fashion in film. We are currently in the midst of course of the International Fashion Week Circuit and the Ninety Second Academy Awards Air. Just this is past Sunday February ninth. Not that I've seen many of the Oscar contenders this year. But let's be honest. I mainly tune in to see what everyone is wearing. Yes exactly the same. Although I did watch rock man last night which I know I loved. You're so so on costumes. Were amazing. Customer agree on that yet and we actually got to see a couple of them in in person when we were in L. A.. Recently which was very cool but the Oscars is definitely one of fashion industries. Highlights of the year. You know. I think it's safe to say that. What celebrities as where to this star centered? Event is just as exciting as the awards. Show itself and I'm sure many of our listeners will be joining us in watching the pre show coverage where where we will get an up close and personal look at all the glamour shirt to be on display on this year's red carpets and speaking of red carpet April you and I both. It's had our very first red carpet experience last month when we attended the iheartradio podcast awards. Yes and I will have to. I have to say getting ready for that stuff. Takes a really long time. I had no idea. We're inheriting makeup literally. Our it was very fun. Yeah it it was very fun so you're going to hear a little bit more on our first fashion history mystery of the season where we talk about all things red carpet including our favorite picks from this year's red carpet and an interview with Bronwyn cosgrave. Who is the author of the book made for each other which is an in-depth behind the scenes? Look at the history the of red carpet fashion so the Academy Awards dates back all the way to the nineteen twenties but the first films are being made as far back as the eighteen ninety s so the movies being produced ladies for over one hundred and twenty years you know. I think we should probably preface this episode by saying this is only intended as an overview of very huge topic like Jain enormous topic. Yeah I mean it's so big that we've chosen to focus almost entirely on the relationship between fashion as as it relates to American Hollywood films and for the most part I mean there will be a few exceptions and even by narrowing our discussion. There are still so many fascinating winning stories and players involved with a subject that it is impossible to cover them all in one episode. And that is why we are bringing you to yes and as you said. Casas is a huge topic and there are many different angles which we could look at the intersections of fashion and film. Historically of course the most obvious one is the depiction of fashion in film and that is fashionable clothing as costume worn by characters in support of the visual narrative of any given plot and this fashionable clothing can be worn both in contemporary films. Those intended to be set within the time in which their audience are living now currently when interviewing them and also period films film set in the past so clothing and fashionable clothing at that is one of the most vital production elements in selling link any given period in history it is very central to the quote unquote look of a specific time and place and we have to give many a costume designer props further further historical accuracy over the years but April. I think you would agree that present day fashion is a pretty powerful force and even the best designers have been guilty of implementing unconsciously or not contemporary beauty and fashion aesthetics into their period costumes. So if you look at any number of the westerns from the nineteen sixties for instance instance set in the late nineteenth century. But I can't even tell you how many heating ladies in these films are costumed with bouffant hairstyles eyeliner. They're so good. You know not to mention that these electric colors of their bustle gowns so fashion in film and we're using the term film today because while the majority of the movies were talking about where filmed on film so fashion and film have been inextricably linked since the earliest days of cinema. The I motion picture films were produced at the end of the nineteenth century by the first decade of the twentieth film production had fast evolved into a mass entertainment industry tree. Hollywood obviously as we all know in Los Angeles California was epicenter and the home to over seventy studios and counting by nineteen fourteen and prior to the advent of film. Theatre was a hugely popular form of spectator entertainment. And it was thanks to this medium that that female audiences had long been accustomed to viewing their favorite theater actresses and the clothes they wore as the latest word and chic and and actresses wore high fashion on an off stage and we'll heralded as fashion icons in newspapers. Fashion Magazines and film would prove no different different with its bevy of Silverscreen starlets who would capture the admiration of millions of women audience goers all across the country so with the film industry fast on the rise in the early twentieth century. We see the debut of the first film Fan Magazines such as photo play and Motion Picture magazine. And both of these magazines presented actresses as this fashion trendsetters. And you WANNA go down a rabbit hole. You can go to media history project dot org forward slash fan magazines because they have a huge archive five of keyword searchable magazines on there. So have a blast so far but it will it will take up an entire afternoon. Photo play even had a regular column dedicated to fashion which often featured full-body photographs of actresses so as to best display their entire gowns printed in black can white though. These photographs were accompanied by text. That really detailed the gowns color and fabric for the enquiring reader actress Norma talmadge was featured so often in the fashion section in a photo play that she was even named fashion editor for a short time in nineteen twenty by emphasizing the dress and appearance of these early film stars. These he's magazines played a pivotal role in establishing film actresses as fashion icons. But you may be wondering who was dressing them today. We're all accustomed to the important role the costume designer and Costume Department and Film and Television Production. Obviously what would Miss Marvelous. Mrs Mazel be without Donna and her talented team of assistance. Cutters fitters Taylor shoppers. dyers agers the list. There are a lot the people helping out on those productions. Let's just say Oh. Yeah but actually in the earliest days of cinema. There was no such thing as a costume designer and thus no costume department dedicated educating to produce in costumes for a specific movie so according to costume designer and historian Deborah Landis in her book dressed century of Hollywood costume design. She's actually written quite extensively on the history of Hollywood design. So you're going to hear her name. Come up quite a bit so according to Deborah Producer Adolph Zuqar and director. D W Griffith were among the first to recognize the importance of and need for the professional costume designer. And this was in the nineteen ten's but we still do not see standardization cassation of the costume designer and department until the nineteen twenties so prior to this actors and actresses were largely expected to provide their own wardrobes for contemporary foams. With many I mean those who could actually afford it. I suppose many of these people work directly with their favorite fashion designers to create their specific onscreen. Looks for instance. Paul Poiret as you all know who we adore and love. He designed the period costumes for acclaimed actress. Sarah Bernhardt in the nineteen twelve French film. The loves of Queen Queen Elizabeth. It does not surprise us at all. That far was among the very first fashion designers to embrace the new medium of film as a way to extend. His influence is an advertise his brand although he would never admit it. Of course big neither would contemporary lady Lucille Duff Gordon. Who designed the gallons for the leading ladies for over twenty films between Nineteen Fourteen and nineteen twenty two starting with the perils of Pauline starring? Pearl White I love that AH film And in April nineteen eighteen vote dedicated to page spread to Lucille designs for actress Clara Campbell Young and the Nineteen nineteen eighteen film. The reason why which was written by Lucille sister the famed novelist turned screenwriter. Eleanor Glynn thanks to there's well known collaborations nations. I mean. Is it any wonder that Motion Picture magazine declared that quote motion picture actresses where the latest modes and they declared this in its September nineteen fourteen issue. The article goes on to say that quote women revel in the style of gown much better in the picture show than she can in the pages of some fashion journal but this brings up a very very interesting point April because we all know how quickly fashion can change and what was in fashion when you're designing and then shooting a film while it might have changed I by the time. The film was released six months to a year later. Case in point Lucille's designs for Clara in the reason why might have been presented by vogue as the latest fashions nineteen eighteen. But I know at least one of those designs came straight from her nineteen seventeen collections. Clair West one of the very first screen credited costume designers address address. This very issue in an interview with women's wear daily in December nineteen nineteen according to her fashionable film costumes reproduced thanks to new fashion forecasting which is fascinating. She goes on to say quote. It is particularly difficult to dress characters for the screen when one considers that the close not only must be up to date but they must be several months head of style and you know by designing for the future Claire and other costume designers designers of this time really consider themselves both costume and fashion desires case in point one month prior women's wear daily had interviewed West about the influence silence of Hollywood on fashion in an article titled Motion Pictures To Create New Fashion Center and at the time West was under a seven year contract with the picture and distribution distrubution company. lasky famous players company. Soon to be known as a name. Some of you may recognize paramount pictures quote as for the role which motion pictures plays plays and fashion resort. In Miss West opinion there is no limit West oversaw the designing and making of costumes for the entire film company. So this is no oh small order and she did this in a three story building devoted entirely to costume production just to give you an idea of the size of this costume. Department West fulltime fulltime team consisted of sixty five women including five flower makers ten designers. Numerous seamstresses to Taylor's staff hairdressers. There's a number of assistance quote in this way said West. We have the ideal conditions under which fashions should be created and created. Is the keyword right here because they were not buying you know off the rat clothing cast for both period and contemporary films. The majority of the clothes seen on the stars in Hollywood films were produced made to measure for them in

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"clair" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

10:43 min | 1 year ago

"clair" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"Had plenty of fight left. She left prison on a Wednesday December third nineteen thirty and the following Monday. She was back doc in a courtroom not as a defendant but as a witness while she was locked up the seabury commission was created by the New York works state legislature to investigate corruption in the city's courts and police department. Saint Clara's public complaints had contributed to the commission's formation formation and fresh out of prison. She wasn't about to miss a chance to speak to then. Saint Clair stood before the assembly and testified about how NYPD APD officers and Sergeants had accepted bribes for years. Apparently she was willing to go down with the ship she also told stories stories of harassment and even criminal activity by officers including one time when they broke into her apartment and stole cash when she reported it to lieutenants. They did nothing a few days after her public testimony. Saint Clair provided the commission with the names of judges and Dan Police officers who were on her payroll a few days after that there was a major shake down in the NYPD over a dozen cops including two of the officers involved in Saint Clair's arrest where suspended but the biggest victory of the seabury commission was the revelation elation that many black and white working class people had been arrested under false pretenses. The only way to escape these phony charges was to pay off all the people involved volved. The policemen the judges the public defenders. Even the bail bondsman. If they couldn't pay they were locked up. Everything saint in Clare had published in. The paper was absolutely correct in just a few weeks after her release from prison she had completely turned her luck around. Finally she had the authorities on her side but the real threat dot shoals was still out there and he was angrier than ever in the summer of nineteen thirty. One there was a knock at Saint Clair's door for when she looked out the people she saw a white man in a snazzy suit she wasn't expecting company certainly not a white man so she shouted got it through the door asking who he was. The man explained that he'd been sent by Dutch Schultz. Schultz wanted to resolve their conflict and he was there to negotiate on his bosses behalf. Saint Clear didn't trust shoals no way. Was the man here to cut a deal. More likely he was here to a killer. She was home alone. In her enforcer. Bumpy Johnson was still behind bars for grand larceny. She would have to protect herself in a smooth motion. Saint Clair opened. The door ushered Schultz's man into her apartment then shoved him directly into her hall closet and locked it did. Once he was safely contained she dialed for backup less than an hour later. A limousine pulled up outside. Saint Clair's building four men exit in a precise military fashion march to the door and press the elevator button for Saint Clair's level in those men. Were her bodyguards. We don't know exactly what happened next but twenty minutes later the four bodyguards exited the building. Dutch Schultz's man did not this possible. Attempt on Saint Clair live was just one of many but the intimidation Dacian only made her fight harder. Schultz's rain over the policy banks had been ruthless and cruel. He took the lion's share of the profits. It's from any bankers who agreed to work under him. He cut out the role of runner entirely forcing betters. visit in person to place their wagers. The the people lucky enough to keep their jobs were Delta steep. Pay Cut under Harlem owners. The accounting team took home. Ten percent of the daily House Take Hake under Schultz that pay dropped to five percent. Dutch pocketed the difference. In the month of May nineteen thirty one alone own Schultz made over two million dollars. Thanks to Harlem. While the Harlem Policy Bankers had reinvested their profits in the community Schultz old sucked the money out. Just as Saint Clair predicted she kept rallying the few policy bankers left in the neighborhood and they kept up their work in the shadows. Saint Clair new the high wages. She paid her employees. Keep them loyal to her. Well that and her temper whenever never a worker raised the idea of defecting to shoals Saint Clair was known to ask what kind of men would desert a lady in a fight so in nineteen thirty. Two Bumpy Johnson was released from prison and immediately returned to Saint Clair side. He accompanied company her everywhere even on her nights out to the jazz clubs and the symphony. This new level of intimacy did not go unnoticed. The Harlem Rumor Mill Spawn but both Saint Clair and bumpy denied. Their relationship ever went beyond business but no matter. How close bumpy got to Saint Clair? He couldn't protect her from everyone. She was about to learn the hard way that she couldn't trust anyone. Not even her own friends in nineteen thirty. Two one of Dutch Schultz's Henchman Max. Romney approached a woman named Catherine Ozlem. Who is is thought to have been well acquainted with Saint Clair? Romney offered Ozlem a proposition. Dutch Schultz was willing to pay her five hundred dollars. Ars if she would lure Saint Clair back to her apartment there. One of Schultz's hit men would be waiting to put a knife in Saint. Clair's back coming up. Saint Clair faces a bitter betrayal now back to the story for for years. Stephanie Saint Clair and Dutch. Shoals battled over Harlem Schultz with the NYPD in his pocket manage to win control. Saint Clair responded by exposing police corruption in landing. Several officers in jail and Schultz wasn't going to take that hit lying down in nineteen thirty. Two Schultz offered one of Saint Clair Zone. Friends Catherine Ozlem five hundred dollars to help him kill Madame Queen. After after the offer. Ozlem went to see Saint Clair right away but she wasn't there to act on Schultz's behalf five hundred dollars wasn't enough to tempt her to kill her Own Friend according to Saint. Clair Ozlem signed an affidavit certifying. Her story Saint. Clair brought that affidavit to the police station hoping it would be enough to arrest Schultz his henchmen. That didn't happen but the cops did offer Saint Clair their protection. If the police leased wouldn't help her she'd turned back to her favourite for millions. Stage the Amsterdam News in September. Burn nineteen thirty to Saint Clair's luxurious limousine pulled up to the curb alongside an Amsterdam news reporter. She was pleased to run into them. She had some things she needed printed. The newspaper reported that she promised in her excitable English. That Schultz is going out of Harlem Harlem if she had to put a picket at every one of his numbers stores from one hundred and twenty-fifth to one hundred fifty th streets. Who Does he think he is? She he asked with a toss of her head and then she answered with a snap of the finger. He's nobody I'm going to show him something and he better get out of Harlem. Before before I begin sank glare had been fighting against Schultz's police officers for years now but this was the first time she named named him in print. Even though SCHOLTZ was coming after Saint Clair personally she made sure to frame her fight as more than just a battle title for her own life. It was a fight for her communities economy. She told the Amsterdam News. That Schultz's policy banks are taking ten thousand dollars a day out of Harlem when the article failed to spark any police action. Saint Clair took matters into her own hands. She went to several of Schultz's storefronts no backup. Nobody guards and began to destroy them. She smashed I plate. Glass Windows sent piles of receipts flying and screamed the clerks it was a powerful display is greedy and ruthless. Schultz was. There was no way he could match Saint Clair's passion and raw nerve around this time. Saint Clair was quoted in Amsterdam. Damn News saying I'm not afraid of Dutch Schultz or of any other man living. He'll never touch me. She was right after. Tearing up several of Schultz's policy banks she told the police where the locations were. She supplied more information over the coming months and in March nineteen thirty three. The cops finally had enough to act. Based based on St Clair's information they rated Schultz's main clearing-house where revenues from all of his Harlem Policy Banks were collected daily according to author author surely steward millions of betting slips were seized totaling over two million dollars in daily play. They also took all of the petty cash on hand totaling over two thousand dollars worth nearly forty thousand dollars. Today and fourteen Schultz's employees were arrested. But Saint Clair's victory was short-lived on March seventeenth. Nineteen thirty three another black policy. Banker named Martin Martin Harris was murdered in his apartment. Saint.

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"clair" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"clair" Discussed on Kingpins

"Even if the search turned up no evidence. These unlucky citizens were still taken to the precinct when they went before a judge. Detectives often used false evidence to get a conviction racism ensured that their protests of innocence fell on deaf ears. The judge always trusted the word of a white police officer. Over a black defendant bail would be said at one thousand dollars or more an astronomical or nominal sum for the average Harlem Resident Saint Clair had neighbors and friends who spent months in jail simply simply because they were unlucky. Enough to turn down the wrong street. COPS entered private homes without warrants. Sometimes they even planted evidence hence as for the policy banks police would bust in and sees cash without making any arrests. God knows where that money ended up. Saint Clair ended her letter with a plea directly to the mayor. She wrote. I beg you with tears in my eyes and a broken heart full of sorrow doc to please do something for these conditions. which might people are going through in Harlem in return? She promised to organize her neighbors to support mayor. Your walkers reelection Saint Clair had painted a picture of a community living under the tyranny of a racist police state and it was effective. This this letter and it's many follow ups were a sensation. Earning coverage in papers around the city including the New York Times almost immediately Saint Clair responses from the police commissioner and the mayor on September Eighteenth Nineteen twenty nine. She published another letter in the Amsterdam News stating that. Everything in her previous letter was being investigated. She also advised everyone on their fourth amendment rights. No police avas circuit enter their home without a warrant or search them on the street. She closed out with the promise. I am going to continue fighting until the members of my my race or freed from these mistreatments from Madame Stephanie Sinclair like all of her letters. A photograph of Saint Clair herself was printed alongside it. In this one she gazed confidently into the Lens. Her head adorned in a chic turban. Delicate earings hiring sparkling next to her face. The public letters were ingenious on her own. She could never match Dutch Schultz way in City Hall. If she'd gone on directly to the mayor with her complaints she would have been turned away but publicity meant pressure but by being so public. She took a major ager risk before she'd been just another policy. Banker a minor annoyance for Dutch Schultz. Now she was the face of his public public humiliation and she'd have to be taken out right after the letters hit the papers. Saint Clair began to receive threatening threatening phone calls throat. Voices on the other end of the line imagined her death in colorful violent fashions. But Saint Clair didn't let them scare her instead. She took those threats to the people in a letter dated October. Second Nineteen twenty nine. She wrote enemies. He's have telephoned almost every night and said they are going to give me a ride and bump me off when they say such things over my private wire I just laugh at at them because such thing sounds silly and simple to me. Saint Clair was the one who get the last laugh on October. Tober Sixteenth Nineteen twenty nine. She wrote another letter quote. I have the satisfaction of knowing that two of the officers who've been framing many any members of the race have been arrested and are now under two thousand dollars bail. Each many more of these officers will be in the same predicament. If they do not stop framing colored people. She'd managed to put two officers in jail in return. She made good on her promise to Mayor Walker publishing more letters in November encouraging everyone in Harlem to register and vote for Walker but the victory victory would be short lived on December thirtieth nineteen twenty nine Saint Clair left her apartment at eleven. Am and in headed to the bus. Stop as she waited. She noticed a policeman she knew loitering nearby. She found that unsettling but she kept her head up and waited for the bus as soon as she boarded the officer gotten on as well. She knew inner gut that this wasn't a coincidence. When she got off she was sure the officer would follow her but when she turned around there was no one there? Perhaps it was nothing. Saint Clair airbrushed it off and kept walking. She'd only gone a few steps when a pair of handcuffs slapped around her wrists. Coming up. Saint Clair takes on the NYPD. Hi It's Kate. I am thrilled to tell you about. A new park has show. I'm hosting with my dark side of and political scandals partner partner Richard. They are natural born leaders with a never ending thirst for power through force and deceit. They rise through the ranks toward radicalism callosum eliminating anyone who stands in their way and the only thing more inevitable than their rise. Is there ruin discover cover the true stories of power greed and deceit in the park cast original series dictators. Every Tuesday dictators examines women's the reign of a real life tyrant exploring the unique conditions. That allowed them to seize control. Each dictator is analyzed in two part art episodes with the first giving insight into their rise to power and the second chronicling the impact of their downfall hear more about the men who claim to love their country but were intricately responsible for killing millions of their own people. Men such as Prime Minister Benito Mussolini Cellini Supreme Leader Kim Jong UN and even Julius Caesar himself discover the governments that fell the lives that were destroyed destroyed and evil at its highest level. Follow dictators free on spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts now back to the story throughout nineteen twenty nine thirty one year old stephany saint clear used the power four of the pen to fight police. Corruption in the process of few corrupt officers were jailed. But so was saint. Clair when officers cornered that Saint Clair on December thirtieth. She didn't resist. She noticed that one of the officers Dizzy Roberts had a bundle of small slips of paper in his hand. She had a pretty good idea what was going on when she arrived at the police station. Her hunch was right. She was being framed. That bundle of papers was presented to the Court as policy receipts evidence of Saint Clair's involvement in a numbers racket. The cell called evidence was laughable. She never would have carried her own policy receipts. She had employees for that. Never mind the fact. The evidence itself was fake. It didn't matter Saint Clair's lawyer pushed for a jury trial but the presiding judge blocked the motion. Perhaps because any jury of Saint Clair's peers would immediately see through the fabricated evidence instead. He said a bench trial date for January. Sixth Nineteen thirty he. He would be the one to determine the sentence as soon as saint. Clair got home on bail. She wrote.

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"clair" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"clair" Discussed on Kingpins

"It was a muggy night in August. Nineteen twenty nine. All of Harlem was asleep. Except for Madame Queen Stephanie. Stephanie Saint Clair. She was wide awake. Plotting her revenge. Vicious gangster. Dutch Schultz had taken hold of almost almost all other policy banks in Harlem but Saint Clair was determined to keep Scholz's dirty hands off her money and her neighborhood. She wanted him. It did but Saint Clair didn't have the means to kill Schultz. He wielded the power of the entire New York Crime Syndicate and had the NYPD NYPD in his pocket. All she had was her wits if she can draw other powerful people to her 'cause she'd have a chance stance against Schultz. And if she did it right she'd be able to humiliate him at the same time. A sudden idea came to to her in a flash. She rushed over to her desk and started writing a letter to the Amsterdam News. A popular paper in Harlem two days later Harlem residents opened the Amsterdam News to a photograph. Saint Clair and a luxurious fur coat next to the photo was a letter that a detailed how her community had been suffering under a corrupt police. Force it was a bold message to Dutch Schultz. I'm not afraid of view. Come and get me. I'm Howell heart and I'm kate eight Leonard and this is kingpins apar- cast original every Friday. We journey inside the ranks of Organized Crime Rings From Street gangs to the mafia CEOS to understand how a kingpin or queen pen rises to the top of the underworld and why they fall as we follow. The lives lives of infamous crime bosses will explore. How money and power change them and how it changed the community around them? You can find episodes of kingpins all other podcast originals originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to screen kingpins for free on spotify. Just open the APP tap browse and type kingpins in the search bar at podcast. We're grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at park cast and twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us as to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening it really does help us? This is our second episode on activist and Policy Banker. Stephanie Sinclair last week we learned how Saint Clair immigrated to New York City as a teen during the nineteen twenties. She operated a prominent policy bank in Harlem but by the end of the decade she had attracted the attention of the New York mob. The honeymoon was over. This week will follow Saint Clair era. She singlehandedly defense. Her Policy Bank from mob control shall use every weapon at her disposal from the power of her pin. To her enforcer bumpy Johnson to her own two hands.

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"clair" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

11:50 min | 1 year ago

"clair" Discussed on Kingpins

"Stephanie Saint Clair was born. On December December twenty four th 1897 in Guadeloupe a French colonized archipelago in the Caribbean Saint. Clair was born in fifty years after her. Enslaved ancestors sisters were emancipated. But the history of slavery still factored into her identity. Saint Clair's ancestors were documented by their captors as is being unruly and uncooperative from the time of their capture on the shores of Africa until Mansa patient. They actively rebelled against Teheran. Slave meant the instinct to rebel against injustice. Ran Through the family bloodline saint. Clara's mother was dedicated to social causes. Like supporting single mothers in Guadeloupe. She also saw that. Her daughter learned to read and write in English and French useful. An unusual abilities for a girl in the time Saint Clair needed to call on those skills earlier than anyone expected when she was only eleven her father passed away from unknown tone causes without her father providing for her family. Saint Clara's Dowry was diminished limiting her options for marriage and as a girl girl she had no hope of inheriting any of her family's property suddenly her options for personal freedom were fading away but her mother mother and ancestors had shown her that she didn't have to accept life's hard knocks. She could fight back if options were limited in Guadeloupe. Saint Clair would move to a place with more opportunity even if she had to go it alone. Guadalupe was home to an underground the industry funneling french-speaking young women into domestic positions in the US and Canada agents guadalupe nothing more than pushy. texters would connect wealthy North American families with willing. Young women usually collecting payment from Bo. Size Saint Clair's first first exposure to an illegal hustle was when she herself was being hustled but she learned fast. Saint Clair left Guadeloupe on the SS Kiana in July of nineteen eleven. She was only thirteen but her entry into the ship's passenger passenger manifest list her age twenty-three no thirteen year. Old would have been allowed to travel alone in those days so the agents had falsified right her age to get her on board. Saint Clair was already being taught to bend the rules to get what she wanted. Of course thirteen year olds were banned from Solo travel. For a reason the trip from Guadeloupe to New York lasted about twenty days as a steerage traveler. Saint Clair spent most of the trip on the deck with only a blanket between her and the wildness of the Atlantic Ocean. It was likely a heroin miserable miserable journey but she arrived safely on July thirty first. Nineteen eleven for New York. Saint Clair made her way to Canada to work as a domestic. We don't know much about her in Canada or the specifics of the arrangement there are reports that she was mistreated treated sexually assaulted or even traffic as a child prostitute. However there's no documentation to support these claims the next event in Saint Clair's life that can be corroborated? Is Her return to New York. That trip is indicated by her marriage. License dated Nineteen fifteen not yet eighteen. She married elevator operator. George Gash at at Saint Benedict the more Catholic Church coach in New York City. At least that's what her marriage certificate says. Everything on the document is suspect because other information Asian like Saint. Clair's name and birthplace are incorrect. Georgia's resonance is also listed as unknown. It's likely that Saint Clair error chose to use a false name and birthplace. Because she was afraid of deportation. She probably returned to America. From Canada illegally biographers Shirley Stewart describes the information on the marriage certificate as just wrong enough to prevent any links between official documents. We may not be able to trust the official records but we can draw some conjectures on what they say about Saint Clair. The false information suggests suggests that she was comfortable manipulating the facts to get what she wanted in this case to get married. That disregard for authority was prophetic of her future criminal career. The details of Saint Clair married life are just as hazy as the marriage certificate itself. There is some evidence to suggest that she was pregnant during the wedding. But there's no mention of her ever having children and her husband George Disappears. Here is from the record entirely after their marriage. However there is a highly entertaining but unsubstantiated anecdote that could explain the end of their relationship? Legend has it that during her early twenties. Saint Clair was involved with a man who went by Duke. Who May or may not have have been her husband? Duke tried to force Saint Clair into sex work. She responded by stabbing him in the eye with a fork besides besides not knowing anything about her marriage to George. We also don't know how Saint Clair made her living in New York between Nineteen fifteen and nineteen twenty three some sources say that she worked as a drug dealer or bookkeeper. Saint Clair herself would later claim that she'd been a dressmaker. Perhaps she played the numbers as well. And maybe even WanNa Jackpot because in nineteen twenty three. When she was only twenty six she had ten thousand dollars in her pocket rocket that money would bring her wealth beyond her wildest dreams and it would make her a target for the rest of her life life? Next Saint Clair takes ten thousand dollars and turns it into one of the biggest. Most profitable members rackets in Harlem. Hi It's Kate. I can't wait for you to check out podcasts newest series it's called secret societies and you can hear it every Thursday starting right now secret societies. lets you discover discover the schemes rituals and parties. You were never supposed to know about ready to hear more here. Our hosts Greg and Vanessa to fill you in thank you so much. They've been around for thousands of years orchestrating. Some of history's most controversial events. And if not for the radical actions you may never have known the existed it take a journey through hidden passageways and become a member of podcasts newest series secret societies every Thursday sneak a peek inside the world of assassin groups powerful balls and debaucherous high society clubs from Yale's skull and bones fraternity and their possible involvement the creation of the C.. I. A. to the Black Hand Military Society and their dealings at extortion kidnapping and murder in the early twentieth. The century learn the secret handshake. Memorize the special password and renew your membership to the most diabolical club in town follow secret. Great societies free on spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts now back to the story after emigrating to New York in nineteen eleven at age thirteen Stephanie. Saint Clair established herself on the policy banking seen by age. Twenty the six. She had ten thousand dollars in her pocket. We don't know exactly how she raised that cash but what we do know was that she used the ten grand and seed money for her own entrepreneurial venture it was called something different depending on who you asked. Proprietors said they Owned Policy Bank law enforcement called it a numbers racket today. We'd recognize it as a lottery. Whatever you call it by Nineteen tain twenty-three her bank was up and running playing? The numbers was a widespread habit in Harlem during the nineteen twenties. He's for bets. As little as a few pennies players could see payouts as high as a few hundred dollars for poor families in Harlem that money Johnny was life changing on any given morning. Saint Clair's lookouts could be found on street corners outside every gathering place in Harlem. The lookouts kept their eyes peeled for cops inside the beauty parlours pool. Halls bars drugstores dry cleaners and diners. Runners collected their beds. Some runners went door to door in apartment buildings or went directly to the homes of their more wealthy clients. Aw each runner covered a specific piece of territory the borders of which were carefully negotiated among the neighborhoods policy bank owners. The bets of the day were a topic of interest for all Harlem residents regardless of nationality age social class and economic standing everyone one from priests to grafters grandmothers discussed their strategy for picking numbers. Some were methodical changing a single digit daily. Really some were more spiritual leading the winning numbers come to them. In a dream some were creatures of habit who picked the same digits every every day. I'm like a regular lottery where numbers are chosen by a randomized process. Each policy bank collected bets on a certain instead of widely publicized numbers for example it could be three digits taken from the New York Stock Exchange at closing or specific race track results. The runner would take down the player's name. The date their chosen numbers and the amount of their bed and collect the money. Some runners owners would write the numbers down on a newspaper instead so if they were stopped by police they wouldn't have an obvious policy book with them. After after the runners had covered their territory and collected beds from all their regular customers. They would return to the policy bank. They're the days take would would be calculated by a team of comptroller supervised by Saint Clair herself. There were no calculators at the time only basic adding machines to tabulate the thousands of coins a day best would come in until the evening papers were published with the winning numbers. Any payouts for winning guesses would be set aside died and then the house take for the day would be added up the lookouts runners and accountants would all be paid a percentage of the proceeds which which was a great way to ensure every team member was invested in the business. It must have been a good motivator. Saint Clair as policy bank took in thousands thousands of dollars every day seven days a week with so much money flying around Saint.

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"clair" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch

Fame is a Bitch

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"clair" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch

"Despite the fact that he never hid the fact that he enjoyed sex with girls and boys place in their early teens or even younger this guy wrote a bunch of books detailing his insatiable pursuits he appeared on. TV shows those boasting about what he could do. This book he wrote under Sixteen Years Old. That was the title of the book he wrote. That left. No question what he wanted to do with his life now. The mother fuckers eighty three years old. One of the bad guys live so long but this has spent decades as a literary darling of the French. His work was supported by newspapers. literary publications you name it he was on highbrow route. TV shows and he tells stories. He'd regale people he talked to interview was an audience's what this all about the pleasures of what it's like to have sex sex with children not only in France but on sex tours in Southeast Asia so this Bookie Road Nineteen seventy four under sixteen sixteen years old one of the things he wrote was to sleep with a child. It's holy experience. A baptism event a sacred adventure. Now some of you might say well look. Aj Seventy four longtime ago. The world has come around to knowing that that kind of behavior is apparent even criminal and people doing it or monsters and they belong in prison so clearly. The good people of France know that by now now they don't because they republished his fucking book in two thousand five and ended seven years ago. They gave Manson have a major French literary award. How can a country that prides itself itself on being so enlightened? Celebrate this piece of Shit you know. We only live across the ocean from these people. But how different can they be. And if you're French you don't the semi a bunch of letters. I don't hate French people but they'd certainly do walk around with their fucking noses in the air if you don't think that you crazy Italians have tempers. Italians attitude sued. The French. Think they've worked at that. I think they should doesn't stink. We all know the stereotypes by and large a true. You're gonNA tell me you're from an Irish family not a lot of drinking in that family get your shit it. We all know what our bad stereotypes are. Most of them are true. It's just the way it is. It's it's hundreds of years of DNA that make us do things we do. Oh I'm sorry if you can change some of the bad shit through therapy and through help but either way the point is this. How could this country act like you know what I'm talking about a Jeffrey Epstein? As bad as he was this is a well connected. I fucking everything would spend a lot of money to keep his abuses hidden at least somewhat secret Matt's neff he's not only confessed. His crimes his confessions within and celebrated by literary contribution they talked about how magnificent how honest yet understand what it was like. There's a part of the reason why why is because of the fact that Matt Steph or something they call them a child of sixty eight that was a product of the left wing movement called may sixty eight that that really really shook France in the nineteen sixties. They were radicals that subscribe to the idea. That anything that's traditional or bourgeois morality rally was backward. You know conventional sexual. Morality was part of the same rotten facade as imperialism and racism to be truly liberated they felt met Not just freedom from capitalism per se but also from the old fashioned views that sex with the kids was wrong that a rallying cry it was. It's forbidden to forbid. Imagine if your kid back then what you hear I mean Fuck Sake back then. There was some Frenchman that they argued for abolishing age of consent laws. They said that if we do that It's GONNA liberate kids from the domination of their parents. Allow them to be full sexual beings. 'cause when you see a kid that's what you really want for them to become full sexual beings when you see a kid you want that kit to stay innocent forever. You want to go back in time to be innocent as him or her. These people sick fucks but back in the seventies money's. The politics of pedophilia pay attention here was such that there was an aristocracy of sexuality. There was an elite class that you know they. They were united in in in giving birth to new attitudes and and new behaviors towards sex and this movement expressed a extreme prejudice toward ordinary people. Like you and me. They regarded people like you and I who who practice cultural norms. They regarded US as idiots. Fools these are the same aristocrats who saw America as backward. You know the people the People in America Boar's Joie you know what it feels that way. Now you know feels like the people talking that way now is Hollywood. Would there people are the people who are telling us that were backward. We don't get it you know. Be More progressive. Hollywood is now acting like France use is to ask somebody of our stars celebrities e you know who they are. They talked down to US particularly if you're a trump supporter my God but these same people will walk into a banquet hall and give Roman Polanski Standing Ovation and cry. Yeah they remember that. He gave quite leads to a thirteen year old girl before forcing anal sex on her then fleeing America for France. Mike God wasn't Rosemary's baby magnificent whatever polanski's routinely defended by Hollywood royalty make no mistake. It's because of a similar aristocratic attitude. Matt's not celebrity in France is a good example of what can happen when people who share a radical view of the world and a progressive political view you become celebrated and then capture. The commanding heights of the culture. Wants a time you can only imagine how how how many fans you had so your power was kind of always sort of mystery. A- Daily News. Well the news is read by a million people are. Oh then do a million people read me. You kind of wonder about it now with facebook. INSTAGRAM twitter. These assholes can actually see that. They don't just have have casual fans who see their movies by their records once in a while. No these are follow words of their words and beliefs and values and it fucks their heads up and then they consider themselves above you better than you and you know the kind of people I'm talking about. We see them all the time. Most of them are Golden Globes. And we'll see the rest at the Oscars on February nine. That's why ricky was a big hit at the Golden Globes. He's one of the handful of people and I'm happy to say fame as a bitch is one of those avenues. That isn't afraid to tell Hollywood to go fuck themselves and hopefully when we look back at the history of this is fucked up. Time will see that. We Tore Down Cultural Aristocrats. And the fancy people who think they know every and maybe we'll look back and see that a lot of the radical fads like allowing transgender males to compete against biological women or giving illegal aliens free medical free legal and free schooling. Or maybe even just suck it up to Collin Capri. Maybe we'll see that didn't hold up well over time and and we can only hope and fifty or sixty years long. After I'm gone maybe somebody will publish a memoir from somebody who as a kid was persuaded to take hormone blockers to change their gender. And that notional we'll get people as Hungary's you all and as hungry as usual got any hearing bring about the disgusting pedophile for the people of France celebrating and review. Aj Benza. That was your podcast for for January thirteenth. Twenty twenty and I thought Oh. Thank you for listening famous a bitch which is an AJ Benza. WORKHOUSE connect production featuring the endless wisdom insightful commentary and sometimes fucked up perspective of Aj Venza executive producer producer. Mike Agostino technical producer Brian Vasquez..

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"clair" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch

Fame is a Bitch

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"clair" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch

"Despite the fact that he never hid the fact that he enjoyed sex with girls and boys place in their early teens or even younger this guy wrote a bunch of books detailing his insatiable pursuits he appeared on. TV shows those boasting about what he could do. This book he wrote under Sixteen Years Old. That was the title of the book he wrote. That left. No question what he wanted to do with his life now. The mother fuckers eighty three years old. One of the bad guys live so long but this has spent decades as a literary darling of the French. His work was supported by newspapers. literary publications you name it he was on highbrow route. TV shows and he tells stories. He'd regale people he talked to interview was an audience's what this all about the pleasures of what it's like to have sex sex with children not only in France but on sex tours in Southeast Asia so this Bookie Road Nineteen seventy four under sixteen sixteen years old one of the things he wrote was to sleep with a child. It's holy experience. A baptism event a sacred adventure. Now some of you might say well look. Aj Seventy four longtime ago. The world has come around to knowing that that kind of behavior is apparent even criminal and people doing it or monsters and they belong in prison so clearly. The good people of France know that by now now they don't because they republished his fucking book in two thousand five and ended seven years ago. They gave Manson have a major French literary award. How can a country that prides itself itself on being so enlightened? Celebrate this piece of Shit you know. We only live across the ocean from these people. But how different can they be. And if you're French you don't the semi a bunch of letters. I don't hate French people but they'd certainly do walk around with their fucking noses in the air if you don't think that you crazy Italians have tempers. Italians attitude sued. The French. Think they've worked at that. I think they should doesn't stink. We all know the stereotypes by and large a true. You're gonNA tell me you're from an Irish family not a lot of drinking in that family get your shit it. We all know what our bad stereotypes are. Most of them are true. It's just the way it is. It's it's hundreds of years of DNA that make us do things we do. Oh I'm sorry if you can change some of the bad shit through therapy and through help but either way the point is this. How could this country act like you know what I'm talking about a Jeffrey Epstein? As bad as he was this is a well connected. I fucking everything would spend a lot of money to keep his abuses hidden at least somewhat secret Matt's neff he's not only confessed. His crimes his confessions within and celebrated by literary contribution they talked about how magnificent how honest yet understand what it was like. There's a part of the reason why why is because of the fact that Matt Steph or something they call them a child of sixty eight that was a product of the left wing movement called may sixty eight that that really really shook France in the nineteen sixties. They were radicals that subscribe to the idea. That anything that's traditional or bourgeois morality rally was backward. You know conventional sexual. Morality was part of the same rotten facade as imperialism and racism to be truly liberated they felt met Not just freedom from capitalism per se but also from the old fashioned views that sex with the kids was wrong that a rallying cry it was. It's forbidden to forbid. Imagine if your kid back then what you hear I mean Fuck Sake back then. There was some Frenchman that they argued for abolishing age of consent laws. They said that if we do that It's GONNA liberate kids from the domination of their parents. Allow them to be full sexual beings. 'cause when you see a kid that's what you really want for them to become full sexual beings when you see a kid you want that kit to stay innocent forever. You want to go back in time to be innocent as him or her. These people sick fucks but back in the seventies money's. The politics of pedophilia pay attention here was such that there was an aristocracy of sexuality. There was an elite class that you know they. They were united in in in giving birth to new attitudes and and new behaviors towards sex and this movement expressed a extreme prejudice toward ordinary people. Like you and me. They regarded people like you and I who who practice cultural norms. They regarded US as idiots. Fools these are the same aristocrats who saw America as backward. You know the people the People in America Boar's Joie you know what it feels that way. Now you know feels like the people talking that way now is Hollywood. Would there people are the people who are telling us that were backward. We don't get it you know. Be More progressive. Hollywood is now acting like France use is to ask somebody of our stars celebrities e you know who they are. They talked down to US particularly if you're a trump supporter my God but these same people will walk into a banquet hall and give Roman Polanski Standing Ovation and cry. Yeah they remember that. He gave quite leads to a thirteen year old girl before forcing anal sex on her then fleeing America for France. Mike God wasn't Rosemary's baby magnificent whatever polanski's routinely defended by Hollywood royalty make no mistake. It's because of a similar aristocratic attitude. Matt's not celebrity in France is a good example of what can happen when people who share a radical view of the world and a progressive political view you become celebrated and then capture. The commanding heights of the culture. Wants a time you can only imagine how how how many fans you had so your power was kind of always sort of mystery. A- Daily News. Well the news is read by a million people are. Oh then do a million people read me. You kind of wonder about it now with facebook. INSTAGRAM twitter. These assholes can actually see that. They don't just have have casual fans who see their movies by their records once in a while. No these are follow words of their words and beliefs and values and it fucks their heads up and then they consider themselves above you better than you and you know the kind of people I'm talking about. We see them all the time. Most of them are Golden Globes. And we'll see the rest at the Oscars on February nine. That's why ricky was a big hit at the Golden Globes. He's one of the handful of people and I'm happy to say fame as a bitch is one of those avenues. That isn't afraid to tell Hollywood to go fuck themselves and hopefully when we look back at the history of this is fucked up. Time will see that. We Tore Down Cultural Aristocrats. And the fancy people who think they know every and maybe we'll look back and see that a lot of the radical fads like allowing transgender males to compete against biological women or giving illegal aliens free medical free legal and free schooling. Or maybe even just suck it up to Collin Capri. Maybe we'll see that didn't hold up well over time and and we can only hope and fifty or sixty years long. After I'm gone maybe somebody will publish a memoir from somebody who as a kid was persuaded to take hormone blockers to change their gender. And that notional we'll get people as Hungary's you all and as hungry as usual got any hearing bring about the disgusting pedophile for the people of France celebrating and review. Aj Benza. That was your podcast for for January thirteenth. Twenty twenty and I thought Oh. Thank you for listening famous a bitch which is an AJ Benza. WORKHOUSE connect production featuring the endless wisdom insightful commentary and sometimes fucked up perspective of Aj Venza executive producer producer. Mike Agostino technical producer Brian Vasquez..

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"clair" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch

Fame is a Bitch

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"clair" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch

"Despite the fact that he never hid the fact that he enjoyed sex with girls and boys place in their early teens or even younger this guy wrote a bunch of books detailing his insatiable pursuits he appeared on. TV shows those boasting about what he could do. This book he wrote under Sixteen Years Old. That was the title of the book he wrote. That left. No question what he wanted to do with his life now. The mother fuckers eighty three years old. One of the bad guys live so long but this has spent decades as a literary darling of the French. His work was supported by newspapers. literary publications you name it he was on highbrow route. TV shows and he tells stories. He'd regale people he talked to interview was an audience's what this all about the pleasures of what it's like to have sex sex with children not only in France but on sex tours in Southeast Asia so this Bookie Road Nineteen seventy four under sixteen sixteen years old one of the things he wrote was to sleep with a child. It's holy experience. A baptism event a sacred adventure. Now some of you might say well look. Aj Seventy four longtime ago. The world has come around to knowing that that kind of behavior is apparent even criminal and people doing it or monsters and they belong in prison so clearly. The good people of France know that by now now they don't because they republished his fucking book in two thousand five and ended seven years ago. They gave Manson have a major French literary award. How can a country that prides itself itself on being so enlightened? Celebrate this piece of Shit you know. We only live across the ocean from these people. But how different can they be. And if you're French you don't the semi a bunch of letters. I don't hate French people but they'd certainly do walk around with their fucking noses in the air if you don't think that you crazy Italians have tempers. Italians attitude sued. The French. Think they've worked at that. I think they should doesn't stink. We all know the stereotypes by and large a true. You're gonNA tell me you're from an Irish family not a lot of drinking in that family get your shit it. We all know what our bad stereotypes are. Most of them are true. It's just the way it is. It's it's hundreds of years of DNA that make us do things we do. Oh I'm sorry if you can change some of the bad shit through therapy and through help but either way the point is this. How could this country act like you know what I'm talking about a Jeffrey Epstein? As bad as he was this is a well connected. I fucking everything would spend a lot of money to keep his abuses hidden at least somewhat secret Matt's neff he's not only confessed. His crimes his confessions within and celebrated by literary contribution they talked about how magnificent how honest yet understand what it was like. There's a part of the reason why why is because of the fact that Matt Steph or something they call them a child of sixty eight that was a product of the left wing movement called may sixty eight that that really really shook France in the nineteen sixties. They were radicals that subscribe to the idea. That anything that's traditional or bourgeois morality rally was backward. You know conventional sexual. Morality was part of the same rotten facade as imperialism and racism to be truly liberated they felt met Not just freedom from capitalism per se but also from the old fashioned views that sex with the kids was wrong that a rallying cry it was. It's forbidden to forbid. Imagine if your kid back then what you hear I mean Fuck Sake back then. There was some Frenchman that they argued for abolishing age of consent laws. They said that if we do that It's GONNA liberate kids from the domination of their parents. Allow them to be full sexual beings. 'cause when you see a kid that's what you really want for them to become full sexual beings when you see a kid you want that kit to stay innocent forever. You want to go back in time to be innocent as him or her. These people sick fucks but back in the seventies money's. The politics of pedophilia pay attention here was such that there was an aristocracy of sexuality. There was an elite class that you know they. They were united in in in giving birth to new attitudes and and new behaviors towards sex and this movement expressed a extreme prejudice toward ordinary people. Like you and me. They regarded people like you and I who who practice cultural norms. They regarded US as idiots. Fools these are the same aristocrats who saw America as backward. You know the people the People in America Boar's Joie you know what it feels that way. Now you know feels like the people talking that way now is Hollywood. Would there people are the people who are telling us that were backward. We don't get it you know. Be More progressive. Hollywood is now acting like France use is to ask somebody of our stars celebrities e you know who they are. They talked down to US particularly if you're a trump supporter my God but these same people will walk into a banquet hall and give Roman Polanski Standing Ovation and cry. Yeah they remember that. He gave quite leads to a thirteen year old girl before forcing anal sex on her then fleeing America for France. Mike God wasn't Rosemary's baby magnificent whatever polanski's routinely defended by Hollywood royalty make no mistake. It's because of a similar aristocratic attitude. Matt's not celebrity in France is a good example of what can happen when people who share a radical view of the world and a progressive political view you become celebrated and then capture. The commanding heights of the culture. Wants a time you can only imagine how how how many fans you had so your power was kind of always sort of mystery. A- Daily News. Well the news is read by a million people are. Oh then do a million people read me. You kind of wonder about it now with facebook. INSTAGRAM twitter. These assholes can actually see that. They don't just have have casual fans who see their movies by their records once in a while. No these are follow words of their words and beliefs and values and it fucks their heads up and then they consider themselves above you better than you and you know the kind of people I'm talking about. We see them all the time. Most of them are Golden Globes. And we'll see the rest at the Oscars on February nine. That's why ricky was a big hit at the Golden Globes. He's one of the handful of people and I'm happy to say fame as a bitch is one of those avenues. That isn't afraid to tell Hollywood to go fuck themselves and hopefully when we look back at the history of this is fucked up. Time will see that. We Tore Down Cultural Aristocrats. And the fancy people who think they know every and maybe we'll look back and see that a lot of the radical fads like allowing transgender males to compete against biological women or giving illegal aliens free medical free legal and free schooling. Or maybe even just suck it up to Collin Capri. Maybe we'll see that didn't hold up well over time and and we can only hope and fifty or sixty years long. After I'm gone maybe somebody will publish a memoir from somebody who as a kid was persuaded to take hormone blockers to change their gender. And that notional we'll get people as Hungary's you all and as hungry as usual got any hearing bring about the disgusting pedophile for the people of France celebrating and review. Aj Benza. That was your podcast for for January thirteenth. Twenty twenty and I thought Oh. Thank you for listening famous a bitch which is an AJ Benza. WORKHOUSE connect production featuring the endless wisdom insightful commentary and sometimes fucked up perspective of Aj Venza executive producer producer. Mike Agostino technical producer Brian Vasquez..

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Millions of Americans under threat of severe weather

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01:07 min | 1 year ago

Millions of Americans under threat of severe weather

"More complex winter storm will bring heavy rain to much of the area through tomorrow and it will be a significant buildup of ice in some spots the complete accu weather forecast is coming up now wild weather weekend expected ahead we'll check traffic and weather together coming up at eleven OO eight forty eight degrees WWJ news time eleven oh three a dense fog advisory issued by the National Weather Service on Friday night has been extended through Sunday morning the National Weather Service says a dense fog advisory will be in effect for all of southeastern Michigan from seven o'clock on Saturday night until ten AM on Sunday morning Wayne Oakland Macomb Livingston Washtenaw Janice C. lapierre Saint Clair enroll counties or all included as part of the advisory which extends over most of the state of Michigan authorities say the fog will persist from Saturday night into Sunday morning reducing visibility to one quarter of a mile in some areas drivers are asked to use caution and turn their headlights on but remember during times of fog Lole beams only that is very

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Crop-duster used to spread 100 gallons of holy water on Louisiana town

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00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Crop-duster used to spread 100 gallons of holy water on Louisiana town

"The community of cal island in Louisiana everyone who attends Saint Clair George there they all got extra blessed they used a crop duster to spray holy water over the entire town again this is from Louisiana it took one hundred gallons of holy water it was blessed by a referee and some people even brought water from home the loaded up in the crop duster and sprayed all over cal island so I guess you know you got those blessings whether you wanted

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"clair" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"clair" Discussed on Female Criminals

"Harlem Policy Banks Bumpy carried on the legacy of Harlem's policy kings and Queens of years passed by operating the numbers games in the same benevolent tradition as his predecessors community support was bumpy priority just as it had been Stephanie's but the end of her policy banking days didn't mean the end of social involvement for Stephanie Saint Clair in fact it was just the beginning Stephanie continued to take out advertisements in the Amsterdam News using her influence to keep Harlem nights informed on the state community but now with Dutch Schultz out of the way Stephanie was free to address broader more systematic problems plaguing the people of Harlem mm-hmm issues like Housing and employment discrimination and police brutality were common topics that Stephanie addressed head on she began again each of her open letters by addressing her readers as members of my race and every one of Stephanie's ads was accompanied by a photo of herself dressed dressed in her signature elegant wardrobe for the next Thirty Years Stephanie was an advocate utilizing her platform in order to provide a voice for her community a responsibility she took seriously if not with some measure of Ego as was Stephanie Style her new role as a community activist fit her perfectly always intent on bending the rules fading into obscurity as a plainclothes lane closed civilians simply wouldn't do for Madame Saint Clair. She continued her civil work and took a particular interest in Harlem's Caribbean immigrant population seven for the rest of her life. She dedicated herself to assisting new immigrants in their integration to New York City helping them learn English find employment employment and even apply for citizenship. Stephanie's placed was among her people and through advocacy. She continued to fight for their best interests until her death..

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"clair" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"clair" Discussed on Female Criminals

"Due to the graphic nature of this woman's crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder and corruption that some people may find offensive offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under the age of thirteen in December of nineteen twenty nine a slick layer of frost covered the streets of Harlem but Stephanie Saint Clair Strode up Broadway in patent leather heels anyway bundled and furs madame saint clair was dressed to the nines like any other day but today wasn't just any day today she was launching a war despite the precarious footwear she moved swiftly through the crowded streets her her right hand gripping the handle a baseball bat soon she arrived at her destination a jeweller's shop or so it appeared when Stephanie stepped inside it was clear that the store had been turned into a temporary office a policy bank as the shop bell jingled a dozen employees in the midst of a busy workday stopped what they were doing to turn and stare at the elegantly dressed woman holding a baseball. Bat Stephanie Smiled at the dumbstruck office and for a moment everything was quiet then just as swiftly earliest sheet appeared Stephanie Swung the Bat with all her might smashing a nearby jewelry case in two thousand crystalline pieces Stephanie Stephanie turned on her heel to target another case and another she knocked typewriters off tables stacks of paper flew into the air and flutter order to the floor worker screamed but she continued her rampage consumed in a gleeful rage then finally she we stopped she surveyed the thoroughly destroyed office and satisfied with her work turned to the cowering workers and dropped took her bet stephanie then gave the terrified employees a message Dutch Schultz better get the hell out of Harlem Alana.

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"clair" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"clair" Discussed on Female Criminals

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"clair" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"clair" Discussed on Female Criminals

"Under them and if a player was lucky the runners would return the next day with their winnings and each day the cycle would begin again the the operation was complicated and without the use of computers. All the adding was an arduous task running an underground gambling ring may have been criminal all but that didn't mean it wasn't hard work. Policy banks pulled their weight in the community serving as one of the biggest employers in Harlem. Some of the most successful successful policy bankers had one hundred or more staff working below them so Stephanie's business of just sixty had everything to prove and to Stephanie that meant showing her clients that she had their best interests in mind knowing her community was poor. She lowered the entry level bet amount to just six six cents creating an inclusive space for residents across class lines and as Stephanie Saint Clair began raking in the cash Harlem mm-hmm benefited. All of her employees got a percentage of that. Day's numbers bets outside of the Business Stephanie spread a portion of her wealth south to the community she redistributed money by funding neighborhood projects or granting loans for homes or new business ventures however the lion's share she kept for herself at the time policy bankers were referred to as kings and Queens and in a sense they were they handled a great portion of the money in their respective neighborhoods and lived like royalty as a result they were kind and powerful benefactors in their communities and it behooved them to curry favor with their subjects. The nickname could be more fitting for Stephanie who gained a reputation as a larger than life Yup Benevolent Hustler so she was dubbed Queenie in the Greater Manhattan area and affectionately called Madame Saint Clair in her Harlem neighborhood would a sort of wink to her though French heritage or perhaps a nod her vivacious sense of fashion Stephanie Saint Clair or Madam Madam was known for dressing to the nines no matter the day and no matter how far she had to walk up one hundred Twenty Fifth Street Stephanie Wore for high heels they were the foundation of her outfit often accompanied by a fur coat and a strand of pearls around her neck on her head. She almost always sported an elegant wide-brimmed hat and sometimes a turban. It was all very much in vogue. According to Researchers Chirs Carol J Share Bom and Donald H shepherd a person's clothing can greatly influence the behavior of others around them the way an individual Joel dresses holds a wealth of information from social power and socioeconomic class to personality and subculture these details in fashion ashen impact the way that person is perceived by those around them and thus influences how they're treated for example share Bauman Shepherd found that layering clothing and wearing certain colors can present a more authoritative image for both men and women. Perhaps Stephanie knew this inherently most most likely her flamboyant yet elegant wardrobe was intentional part of the carefully constructed facade of Madame Saint Clair and Stephanie could more in a Ford to dress her new identity in furs and silks by occupying a corner of the market that white institutions refused to serve. She became incredibly wealthy. Her earnings were tax free after all in her early thirties she began making hundreds of thousands of dollars each year and at the height of her career in the late nineteen twenty s that number increased to a quarter of a million dollars annually soon and she moved out of her shabby flat and into a beautiful brownstone on edgecomb avenue edgecomb was one of the most affluent streets in Harlem in an area known as sugarhill and she was in good company impressive minds of her time like W E B Boyce and future first African the American Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall With live on the same street a few years later it was the home of Harlem's elite but greater greater wealth meant greater risk now there was more to lose and as much as Stephanie hated to acknowledge her vulnerabilities she needed to ensure. I'm sure that the business was protected so around this time in the late nineteen twenty s she hired the brawn of her operation to accompany her brains Ellsworth Johnson Ellsworth or bumpy as he was known in the Organized Crime World would go on to become one of the most notable notable black gangsters in New York City's history but before he was notorious he got his start as Madame Saint Clair's personal bodyguard and goon one or in more elegant terms as what Stephanie called her chief enforcer at the time bumpy was just a young man from South Carolina. He was gruff and skilled with a knife a gun or just good old fisticuffs. Stephanie trusted him with her life and more importantly her business. Stephanie found that bumpy provided far more than muscle to her operation. He was a quick study with a shrewd mind and as the policy bank rapidly grew she was in need of a partner so within just a few years bumpy quickly graduated from bodyguard to right hand man and together they transformed the policy bank into one of the most lucrative in Harlem bumpy and Queenie made an extraordinary Mary team there's was relationship concocted from mutual respect and admiration and perhaps love though bumpy was roughly ten years Stephanie's junior. He became her constant companion. Escorting her to the symphony or the jazz has clubs. She loved so much rumors began spreading that the Madam had found a younger lover in her bodyguard however these rumors were never confirmed the more likely the reason why Stephanie and bumpy got along so well was because they were so alike they were both fierce and ambitious with fiery tempers to match. Stephanie was known to be ruthless particularly if you insulted her. Should you question her character. She would go on a furious multi-lingual rampage. She could scream profanities in English French or even Spanish. She may not have been violent flint but the Madam was brutal in Her Book Harlem Godfather Mamie Johnson the wife of Bumpy Johnson writes that Stephanie Feeney was known to slip off her expensive high heels when angry unencumbered she would walk right up to an opponent and stand level with them daring hiring them to make their move it was this aggressive approach that Madame Sinclair and bumpy employed that elevated the policy bank to one of the most is lucrative and New York City and for a time life was good for Stephanie's Saint Clair and her lavishly decorated Brownstone on Sugar Hill she had bumpy by her side and the whole community of Harlem in her palms but as the nineteen twenties came to a close her luck was about to change a competitor was headed her way who would challenge Stephanie's Dominion over the Harlem Numbers Racket that Saint Clair was about to go to war and to win. She would need all the fierceness she could muster.

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"clair" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"clair" Discussed on Female Criminals

"Education or at least a substantial one Caribbean immigrants however however had a reputation for coming to the US highly literate and fairly well educated. This glaring difference fostered resentment in black. Americans as the two groups began competing for resources and employment in an increasingly crowded city. Essentially they were pitted against each other by virtue of their limited opportunity to Stephanie reshaping the story of her origin may have been a way to avoid tension with her new Harlem Neighbors Clients Chance According to researcher Marco Valente. This is a somewhat common approach used among first generation immigrants in the face of local prejudice. Many times individuals will choose to adjust their names accents or appearances to better fit their adopted country however some immigrants will take this this even further and present a new identity entirely most often these false identities hail from a country considered more high status than their actual well home. It's a strategy that Valente calls covering European countries especially our common for immigrants to claim as their cover places of origin and so once again Stephanie molded her identity to fit her knees justice she had convinced the immigrant official on Ellis island that she was a decade older. Stephanie convinced the good people of Harlem that she was in fact a refined Frenchwoman and she nailed the performance. Everyone Stephanie Saint Clair met in Harlem remembered the Beautiful Frenchwoman who took their numbers game bets. She endeared herself self to her neighbors and gained their trust. She knew everyone's names and would ask after their children and their health as far as they knew Stephanie Saint Clair cared heard about them and with her their money was always in good hands but these niceties weren't without purpose with Stephanie Anthony. There was always an endgame in her early twenties. It was winning over the people of Harlem. She was deliberately building a reputation for herself. One by one person by person priming the pump for the day. She began her own policy banking business. She was just waiting for the right moment moment and in Nineteen Twenty when Stephanie was twenty two that moment arrived prohibition was enacted that year beginning a thirteen thirteen year long renaissance of organized crime of course mobs already existed prior to Nineteen Twenty but prohibition addition just fed the beast while legal saloons closed almost immediately the doors to gin joints opened speakeasy easies began to pop up in every neighborhood in New York City and many were based in private apartments. It didn't matter who ran the operation whether black or white it was all illegal a black man's booze was as good as any other the energy and Manhattan was Electric Stephanie was living living in a time where the boundaries between illegal and legal where blurred beyond recognition. Her environment was finally catching up with her personal philosophy. All rules can be bent right and left her neighbors were profiting off prohibition and more Harlem residents making money men into things a need for banking and a need for an entertainment outlet a place to use their new disposable income policy banking would fulfill both it was finally the moment for Stephanie Saint Clair to make her next move and this time she was taking a gamble she was going into business for herself. When we return Stephanie Opens her own Policy Policy Bank leading her on the path to becoming madame saint clair fame money obsession and these things can make athletes seem superhuman but what happens when those professional sports reveal the darker side of their humanity every every week the podcast original sports criminals investigate some of the most significant sports crimes throughout the world. They'll explore the dramatic collision course Savar most revered athletes and the underbelly of society. You'll learn about these athletes rise through competitive sports and how the discipline and motivation that brought them to the top served to push them into their downfall. Whether you're a rabid fan or a passive observer their stories carry significance for us aw listen and subscribe to sports criminals for free on spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts or visit par cast dot com slash sports criminals criminals till this and now I have some exciting news for you to thank you for your unwavering laboring dedication and support. We've released our entire back catalogue of shows and they're already in your feed. That's fifty episodes of female criminals aminals that are available to listen to right now be sure to check out some of my favorite episodes like the one on Lizzie borden and what drove her to become a notorious figure ear or are episodes on Phoolan Devi the bandit queen of India who struck back at the ruling casts after she suffered violence and discrimination because because of her class and gender whether you're reliving some of your favorite episodes or hearing these fantastic stories for the first time these fifty episodes are available right now and don't worry we'll continue to release new female criminals episodes every Wednesday in the meantime get caught up on female criminals for free free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts now back to the story in nineteen twenty-three after six six years working as a bookkeeper in an illegal numbers racket Stephanie Saint Clair struck out on her own at age twenty five. She opened her own policy bank. It was a huge undertaking and it wasn't cheap either. She invested ten thousand dollars in the new operation an amount that would total almost one hundred and fifty thousand dollars today. It's unclear where Stephanie acquired the seed money for the operation. It was nearly impossible to raise startup capital as a woman in the nineteen twenties and black men couldn't expect to obtain loans from mainstream banks for their legitimate businesses. Let alone black women running illegal ones it was most likely from many sources including her own savings after all Stephanie had been working king for over a decade starting at age thirteen. If this is true then such a long term accumulation of savings would mean that Stephanie we always planned to embark on some sort of entrepreneurial pursuit like everything in Stephanie's life what she did was intentional but the start of her policy bank was notable for an entirely different reason though black owned businesses were beginning to flourish in Nineteen Twenties Harlem with the start of the Harlem Renaissance and Prohibition Black People still owned and operated less than twenty percent of all businesses in the area. The the remaining eighty percent was claimed almost entirely by white business people living outside of the neighborhood and of the few women owned businesses in Harlem most so these were beauty parlours or cleaning services. Stephanie was the only black woman running her own policy bank like most things in the nineteen eighteen twenty s numbers games were male dominated scene but ironically it was perhaps one of the few fields she could pursue or her success wasn't isn't narrow due to race or gender policy banking was already operating outside the constraints of legality and therefore didn't play by the same rules as other businesses in a normative oppressive society. It was a fitting place for a black woman to gain power crime gave Stephanie Saint Clair the freedom for her star to rise and it rose hi beneath the guys of the elegant French Lady Lady Stephanie was all work ethic from the start. She threw herself into the Policy Bank and when she opened her doors she was running. The operation peration almost single-handedly save for a couple of support staff. It was hard to attract employees as a woman who barely had a business to speak of so Stephanie got her hands dirty most likely functioning in every position herself as a runner bookkeeper controller and administrator until until she could manage to recruit support like many new businesses the beginning was a slog and like many the policy bank was also a risk risk. Stephanie Likely put the entirety of her savings on the line. She'd taken a gamble hoping that she could not only accomplish what she'd set out to do but that she she could be successful doing it. This was a tall order but she was prepared. Stephanie had trained for this role for six years working working under the Dapper mail policy banker as she built relationships with her past clients in Harlem and soon all of her years of stockpiling goodwill the community paid off the entire neighborhood knew that Stephanie was sharp and resolute she soon had a full list of faithful clients hance giving the Eccentric Frenchwoman their bets she was finally getting traction and with more business came more employees in the mid nineteen twenties before Stephanie was even thirty. Her operation grew from just a handful of workers to almost sixty employees forty. The of these employees were runners. Stephanie tended to hire discreet respectable looking men who wouldn't make a cop look twice they would go go door to door visit numbers players homes take down their wagers on slips of paper and return to the policy bank then they would hand the collected money from the clients to the controllers controllers were essentially accountants who would reconcile the money and bets with the clerks who worked.

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"clair" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"clair" Discussed on Female Criminals

"Due to the graphic nature of this episode listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of abuse and corruption that some people may find offensive. We'd wise extreme caution for children under the age of thirteen on July thirtieth nineteen eleven the steamer ship the s Jonah had just arrived in New York City after an arduous journey for one month it had made its voyage gauge from the Turquoise Sea of the Caribbean up the deep and Dark Atlantic and now finally it had arrived in the gray oil tinged waters of New York City's Upper Bay on one side of the ship's Deck well-to-do passengers and fine coats and elegant hats saddened saddened deckchairs as they watched the Statue of Liberty grow larger on the horizon on the other dozens of young black women crowded along the ship's railing link to do the same among them. A thin thirteen year. Old Girl pushed her way through the throng as she reached the railing. She gazed out onto the skyline of New York City. She was just a wisp of a girl but tall with dark shrewd is that belied her age as as soon as she set foot in America she would use this to her advantage on Ellis island while the other black passengers. There's of the SS Jonah were processed and immigration agent asked the girl to stained her age knowing that thirteen was far too young to travel alone. The girl bluffed she said twenty three the agent looked up from his papers giving the skinny girl a skeptical skeptical look he took in her height and then her youthful face but the girl held steady peering right back the agent side side on her documents. He scrawled about twenty three years. He handed her papers and said welcome to America Erica Miss Saint Clair. It was Stephanie Saint Clair's first lesson in her new country. All rules can be bent but there were some. She was determined to brake..

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"clair" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"clair" Discussed on Channel 955

"Me john me detroit's number one hit music station channel nine five five nicole from oh shots of saint clair shores is it true that the most beautiful girls are from saint clair shores very true that's my cheesy pickup line of the day how it work pretty good i like that nice megan myself crazy voted down a thousand hoping they would say me.

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