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Fresh update on "connecticut" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. As we've been reporting, far right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones filed for bankruptcy yesterday. This less than two months after a Connecticut jury awarded almost $1 billion in damages to plaintiffs who accused Jones of committing defamation when he called the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting a hoax. Jones, the host of info wars filed for chapter 11 protection in the U.S. bankruptcy court in Houston, Texas. RK goes capital management's Bill Huang, asked a judge to toss out fraud charges against him is because prosecutors allegedly engaged in deceitful conduct in the early days of the government's probe. Wang's lawyer said Friday when was duped into assisting the government in a number of meetings with investigators who didn't tell him when they'd decided he was more than a mere subject of the probe. Wang is set to go on trial in October 2023. Wang was arrested April 27th and charged with fraud over the collapse of archegos, which at one point held market positions valued at $160 billion, according to prosecutors. A longtime aide to New York attorney general letitia James quit Friday amid allegations he sexually harassed at least two women. Ibrahim Khan, James chief of staff, has denied this. He tells Bloomberg the timing of his resignation had nothing to do with the allegations. Twitter's credit grade was withdrawn by S&P Global ratings. The story on that from Bloomberg's Charlie palette. The rating firm said it lacked sufficient information to continue covering the Elon Musk owned social media company. S&P Global ratings is among the top in the U.S.. It said the action was, quote, due to a lack of sufficient information to maintain the rating. At the time of the withdrawal both Twitter and its debt were on credit watch suggesting an imminent rating action. Bloomberg's Charlie pellet global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg
Sen. Chris Murphy: Cut Funding for Police Not Enforcing Gun Laws
"Democrat Chris Murphy. This Connecticut Democrat, once these guys bang this drum all the time, here he was over the weekend after these terrible shootings in Colorado Springs, and if the Walmart, here was Chris Murphy, poster boy. For anti Second Amendment, anti constitutional rights for law abiding American citizens. You don't think they're coming for your guns? Think again. The majority of counties in this country have declared that they are not going to enforce state and federal gun laws. They have decided that they are going to essentially refuse to implement laws that are on the books. That is a growing problem in this country. And I think we're going to have to have a conversation about that in the United States Senate. Do we want to continue to supply funding to law enforcement in counties that refuse to implement state and federal gun laws? Red flag laws are wildly popular, right? You just temporarily take guns away from people. So you want to withhold money for law enforcement? I think we have to have a conversation about whether we can continue to fund law enforcement in states where they are refusing to implement these gun laws. Nuts. These people are back crap crazy.
40 states settle Google location-tracking charges for $392M
"Even though Google's reached a nearly $400 million settlement with 40 states over location tracking legal experts are still warning users to check their devices Legal experts are calling this the largest multi state settlement in U.S. history surrounding privacy issues Google agreeing to pay out some $391 million After an AP investigation confirmed by Princeton researchers found that Google's services continue to store users data location Even when they opted out Connecticut's attorney general William Tong says consumers need to go even deeper He says do a personal inventory of your online settings and shut off those you don't want While understanding that you're being tracked every minute of every day Location tracking can help tech companies sell digital ads to marketers looking to connect with customers in their area I'm Jackie Quinn
"connecticut" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast
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Sandy Hook memorial opens nearly 10 years after 26 killed
"A memorial to those killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting opened to the public Sunday a month before the tenth anniversary of the massacre that killed 21st graders and 6 educators The memorial is a short distance from the school in newtown Connecticut the opening marked by quiet reflection It was designed as a peaceful place of contemplation paths with a variety of plantings lead to a water feature with a sycamore tree in the middle and the victim's names engraved on the top of a surrounding wall Jennifer Hubbard who lost her 6 year old daughter Catherine violet said it took my breath away to see Catherine's name and to see what has been created in honor of those that were lost I'm Julie Walker
Will Alex Jones Be Punished More Than Financially for Sandy Hook Lies?
"Boy, speaking of justice delayed, a Connecticut judge has ordered Alex Jones to pay an additional $11 billion. 473 million on top of right, he had already been in order to pay 965 million. I mean, you know, you see him openly taunting these poor families and saying you're never going to see a diamond, there's no money. Is he going to be able to evade this justice forever? He's not going to evade financial justice. And that is important, particularly, you can't make the sandy hook families hold. But you can punish the you know what out of Alex Jones for lying and taking advantage of the tragedy of people's children being murdered. I want him prosecuted in the event the evidence supports a prosecution. That's where justice comes in. Money is important. Send him to the poorhouse, give every penny he has to this any hook families. But he needs to be held accountable for his part in ginning up the insurrection.
Alex Jones ordered to pay another $473 million to Sandy Hook families
"Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has been slept with punitive damages stemming from his bogus claims about these sandy hook school massacre After a jury in Connecticut hit Alex Jones with the nearly $1 billion verdict last month the judge who heard the case has slapped another $473 million on top of that total the order by judge Barbara bellis punishes the InfoWars host and his company free speech systems Jones was sued for his repeated claims to his millions of followers that the 2012 massacre that killed 21st graders and 6 educators was all stage by crisis
Lee Zeldin: The Real Life Implications of Democrat Spending
"That's a pretty big problem mister zeldin that one of the biggest hedge funds in the world is saying we are headed for a hyperinflation What do you think of that I mean I think these experts or supposedly at first are smarter than I am with this stuff and it's certainly not transitory We see it the impacts here locally for us here in New York You wake up one day and city announced that they're setting up offices inside of Connecticut in Jersey wake up one day JPMorgan's going down to the states like Florida and Texas Goldman Sachs going down to Florida and Texas The real life implications of blue state policies Democrats in Washington D.C. spending money like drunken sailors trying to make us all think that this is all just transitory and the problem only gets worse So I mean I don't think that this is something that's magically disappearing just because they pass a bill and call it the inflation reduction act It's just not going to turn around automatically Obviously it's only going to get worse
The Tea Leaves Are Looking Increasingly Red
"So I think it could be a red wave. I mean, it absolutely certainly could be. You just look at some of these numbers. As I said, already coming in, we'll see how it all shakes out in the coming days, but I'll tell you this would be very, very good news for our challenged economies. That fair to say, since nobody wants us to say it's a recession or that we had recessions or that we may be heading into recession. That's what they call fake news. Give me a break. Of course, we still get a few days to go, but I think if you follow the money and I mean this in more ways than one, what it tells you is the Democrats are certainly getting nervous. They're getting so nervous that they're pulling money out of a lot of key states and they're shifting it into places where they believe that they're very vulnerable. And when I talk about vulnerable, there's few places you should watch. I mean, you look at the state in New York with the governor there, she's in trouble you look at Connecticut Lamont is in trouble, other places include Michigan, even Pennsylvania where you're starting to see Democrats there in trouble. And so the expectations we're going to see a lot of Republicans that are turning out. And that's going to affect the rest of the bell, the Senate, the house, everything. The other thing I would just know is that we've seen the market cheer a little bit in recent days and you've got to say to someone of their turn, right? Because look, things are not looking so good. If Joe Biden is getting his way, he's going to be giving out more and more money, of course, if the Republicans block that, that would be a reason for the markets to be excited. I mean, they certainly can't be that excited about all these fed rate hikes. So what have they got? They may be possibly have a red wave coming.
The Vietnam War and the Legacy Media
"Some books have an interesting confluence of events around them when they come on to my radio show. When I was reading, I finished that outlined only the strong was the first time I had met on the radio hang khao. And Han kal came in the United States as a refugee from Vietnam. He was a captain in the navy special forces warrior, amazing American. He received the camp Pendleton in an operation that my brother in law then a captain back from his second tour in Vietnam was partially involved in and my brother in law was at the house when I was talking to Han cow and we talked about that operation. The people who fought Vietnam are still here. They're still with us in large numbers, and they're still proud of their service. But the folks who ran away from it and who have devoted their lives to denying what we were about are still here too. And they're deeply embedded in the media senator. I am curious about the media's reaction to only the strong because you're hitting right at the heart of the people who run legacy media. It is the Vietnam generation and the people that they hired. Yeah, I mean, here today, the most of the legacy media is just a press adjunct of the Democratic Party and the progressive movement in America. Is that right not only the strong, the media had essentially declared war in the home front. You had Walter Cronkite, for instance, saying that Ted offensive had been a major disaster when, in effect, our troops in Vietnam had essentially destroyed the vietcong on a gorillas in South Vietnam as a fighting force. He had The New York Times consistently leaking and trying to undermine the war effort leader of the salzburger family at the time who owns The New York Times. Saying he didn't know what America had to offer. The Vietnamese that was any better than the communists.
Understanding the Jimmy Carter Legacy
"Senator, I want to fast forward from Wilson, not yet to Obama and posit Jimmy Carter. You write on page 33 of only the strong about the deep sense of shame James fallows talked about for evading the draft. I've long thought that my generation was conflicted over Vietnam. I came in after Vietnam, but the people who skipped out on Vietnam versus my brother in law who fought it had a deep emotional divide. They were never going to be able to overcome. And that it manifested itself in politics in an unspoken way. You articulate that. So obviously you've thought about what Carter and the Vietnam era did to us, how did that play into the wilsonian hostility towards American exceptionalism? Well, Wilson openly repudiated the American founding and the moral basis of our country. Once you lose that moral foundation cue as Abraham Lincoln warned about in his great speeches and letters in 1850 1960s, it's not a very far slide into repudiating America itself. And that's what the new left did in the 1960s, especially leading up to Vietnam. I think
Who Is Jeremy Shaffer, And Why Is He Best to Represent Western PA?
"Leadership is very high on Jeremy shaffer soon to be speaker McCarthy soon to be majority leader scalise soon to be Jeff he whipped him, banks, they all tell me Jeremy schaefer is a comer. Jeremy, give people your bio. I've seen you. I've met your wife. I think she's a doctor, right? But I can't recall. And then you've got a bunch of kids. Yeah, so my wife is a medical doctor, internal medicine, geriatric. You're blessed with 5 kids that range in age from 6 to 17. And I tell people I've been blessed to live the American Dream here. I grew up very humble means. And ended up you're at Carnegie Mellon university, which is one of the schools in Pittsburgh and got a PhD in electrical engineering, started a small business focused on actually civil engineering topic keeping our roads and bridges safe with do that with a friend and we grew that company to about 40 people all here in western PA. Sold it and got very active in local governments with president of the local township. And I've been very active in the local community and just deeply, deeply concerned with the direction of our country. And that's why I decided to step forward and try to be a voice of reason here to help rein in out of control federal government and turn things around. And
Is the Connecticut Senate Seat in Play?
"Now Leah, I'm overlooking the fact that you're a brown graduate and having you on today. So that we're going to give you a pass on that. Don't know anybody. But you know, when I was at Brown, I started the young Republicans club. And listen to them. You and I are both graduates of the same year when I was up at Harvard running the young Republican club, and that was a nightmare. Laura, just generally getting people to pay attention in a deep blue state, like Connecticut, is the most difficult part of the equation, but once people begin to realize it's possible, you begin to feel momentum. What do you feel? It feels great on the ground in everywhere I go throughout the state. I have Democrats and independents coming up to me and say, well, the Democrats say, don't tell anyone, but I'm voting for you. And independence, you know, they're independent. They know that life doesn't have to be this way. It can be normal again. It can be better again. And they're voting for me. Every single poll shows that I am winning the independent and unaffiliated vote here. This is a single digit rate. He is below 50% and he is worried. And so is Chuck Schumer. Chuck Schumer, his super PAC has started running ads against me here in Connecticut.
Ex-lawmaker pleads guilty in theft of $1.2M in COVID-19 aid
"Charges in connection with the theft of more than $1.2 million in federal coronavirus relief funds when he was an aide to the city council of West Haven Connecticut and a democratic state representative He'll have to pay the city back and could face over four years in prison according to sentencing guidelines prosecutors and Hartford say he conspired to defraud the city using bogus invoices for coronavirus related services that were never performed and used some of the money for gambling at the mohegan sun casino His wife and a business partner also pled guilty and a fourth person accused in the case awaits trial and audit released in April indicated that about 80% of the city's virus relief expenditures should not have been allowed and in May the governor approved a recommendation to place the city's finances under greater oversight I'm Jennifer King
Leora Levy: Richard Blumenthal Attended Communist Party Convention
"And he's been there forever He's been there a long time first attorney general then the U.S. Senate He's pretty much a trust funder isn't he Yes he is And it's even worse than that He was in the state legislature before he was attorney general He is a 37 year out of touch career politician I like to say I'm a career American He attends the Communist Party I escaped communism He lied to me Wait a minute stop right there Stop right there That's a very important point that people don't know And I mentioned in many years ago but you have refreshed my memory He did a ten the Communist Party convention First he denied it but then people had audio of it right They had video There's a video where he was introduced by a woman who said I love the Communist Party Everybody should be a communist And then he said he wasn't there but the video surfaced and then he said oh no one told me it was a Communist Party I mean he has a lot doesn't he He lies a lot You know he's well people know him for three things They know him because he lied about Vietnam He lied about the Communist Party and don't get between him and a camera He's in front of every camera he can find That is what he's known for He has done nothing for our state except rubber stamp the failed Biden economic and energy policies the border policies everything that has made life in Connecticut unaffordable and unsafe
Meet Leora Levy, Candidate for US Senator
"Tell us about this race Tell us how it's going This is a really close and exciting race It is a single digit race with a 2.8 It's a 5 point race 2.8 margin of error He is under 50% and I am winning the independence Panos one hour about that You know my wife is fluent in Spanish I need her here to help me out Yeah I really do But that's good Well it's very important Yes It is very important It's all running on you know scare tactics I guess He's running on his record but he can't He's actually what he's running on He's attacking me for having been a supporter of Donald Trump He's attacking me on abortion because I am pro life And he's attacking me for January 6th because he can't run on his record His record is one of a 98.2% support for Biden and his policies that are failing the people of Connecticut The issues in Connecticut are the same issues that are driving the election nationwide It's the economy the high prices for everything from food and gasoline to home heating oil which now they're going to be rationing and Connecticut Our electricity prices are the second highest in the United States after Hawaii It's the crime crime is rising in Connecticut People don't feel safe in their communities anymore It's the indoctrination of our children You know they've exposed them to all of the inappropriate sexual content in our India education They politicize the education in Connecticut It's the invasion of the border It's made to Connecticut a border state
Will the Red Wave Reach New England?
"York is a very interesting race. Cassie hulk came out this weekend and said, she's the underdog in the race. And her entire campaign and the Democrats message is that Republicans are conspiracy theorists. Even though it was Democrats that said that Hunter Biden laptop was Russian disinformation, they said that the virus came from a bat at a wet market. They said the vaccines will prevent transmission. They said we must lock down schools to prevent children from themselves. They called Donald Trump a Russian agent. They have been the conspiracy theorists. Play cut two. They have this conspiracy going all across America to try and convince people that in democratic states are not as safe. Well, guess what? They're also not only election deniers. They're data deniers. The data shows that shootings and murders are down in our state by 15% even in New York City down 20% on Long Island will leave Zelda comes from. And it's a Republican states where they have almost no restrictions on guns because of the abundance of guns people are killing each other with more frequency. The safer places are the democratic states. Even though she cherry picks one piece of data arson robbery rape, assault, trespassing all up. I think that there is going to be a northeast wave. I think the northeast part of America, for all of our patriots watching and Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, and yes, New Hampshire are going to rise up and shock the world. I think New Hampshire is prime for a realignment
Bob Stefanowski: The Corruption Tax in Connecticut
"Remember growing up you know when you made it especially if you made it in the financial industry or some white collar job it was considered a big deal to go and move over to Connecticut to get away from the Mario Cuomo A B New York City disaster but you're right They implement this state income tax We're always told it's going to start small It's going to subsidize a few things And then they always expand That's why I've always appreciated down here in Florida where we don't have one of those things Now you're not going to be able to wipe it clean in one fell swoop but what can you do if elected governor to start to clean up the financial mess that sadly Connecticut's become Well the biggest tax in Connecticut is what I call the corruption tax Our governor's administration is under two Two separate FBI investigations right now One is for hundreds of thousands of hundreds of millions of dollars of fraudulent school construction contracts Another one is overspend on a state peer project and that tax that gets passed down It's really a tax It's money that we could be using for education It's money that we could be using to cut the sales tax and the fraud and the waste and the abuse can Connecticut is crazy And I used to be the CFO of UBS I know how to rein in costs I use zero based budgeting If you take a $24 billion budget and try to chip away at it it's never going to work We've got to start with a blank piece of paper We need to figure out what we absolutely have to have and build from there There's no fiscal discipline whatsoever in Connecticut but I'm hopefully can bring it back
Bob Stefanowski: The Economic Conditions in Connecticut
"The issues here because you have a real shot of this and bob being a northeastern or from blue states myself being raised in New York And then having lived and run for office in Maryland you've got a real shot of defeating the dreadful radical leftist Ned Lamont And I think one of the big issues over there in Connecticut because I know the region well is the economic condition of the state Bob I'm sure you remember people who used to escape New York to go to Connecticut to get away from the confiscatory tax rates but now it's people are escaping Connecticut too Well yeah we've got a real shot I ran against governor Lamont in 2018 I was a Republican candidate we lost by 40,000 votes on 1.3 million votes cash And I'll tell you Dan the environment for Republicans here in Connecticut is infinitely better than it was four years ago We've got government between parents and their kids telling them what they should teach their kids about sex education and everything in kindergarten We've got out of control crime and to the point you mentioned our economy is just it's the second worst in the U.S. We've got very high inflation We got the highest utility rates in the continental U.S. We have to second highest taxes in the nation And my goal is exactly what you said bring it back to what Connecticut used to be and the downhill started when Connecticut put a state income tax It was supposed to be temporary It was supposed to be 2% Now it's 7% and people are leaving Connecticut the first chance they can get but I think we've got a good chance to turn it around
Bob Stefanowski: Connecticut Is Responding to Social Issues
"Bob growing up in New York which is obviously dominated by Democrats especially the city level where it was roughly 6 7 8 to one Democrats the Republicans We were always told conventional wisdom all Republicans can't win Well that's just not the case We had a three term Republican governor in New York George pataki Lee zeldin Zhu and a great job up there Now I'm sure you know him We had Rudy Giuliani two terms as a mayor of New York City as a Republican You're in Connecticut a state that's not nearly I think is democratic with the lean as places like New York So I'm optimistic You can certainly pull this thing off Well I'll tell you what's strangely working in our favor in Connecticut which hasn't in the past or the social issues When you've got government mandating that parents vaccinate their kids for COVID and you've got government mandating that kid has to wear a mask And I'm not against vaccines or mess but it should be up to the parent And these kitchen I take Glenn youngkin's phrase Kitchen table issue should be spoken about at the kitchen table We have the assistant principle in Greenwich at the high school come out and say when he looks for new teachers he refuses to hire Roman Catholics He refuses to hire Republicans and he likes to hire teachers under the age of 30 so he can indoctrinate them in the democratic policies that they can then teach to teachers This is on film So I've got a lot of Democrat moms coming up to me say I've never voted Republican before but I want to be able to raise my kids We put out a principal of rights which gives the right to raise the kids back to parents schools should be cheating reading rating and arithmetic We should be teaching kids how to think about what to think and that's where we're going to win
"connecticut" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"We can't rely on some coming back. We can't rely on Comeback back and being one hundred we you know. We can't for los angeles. We can't rely on sinead Mckay being a hundred. Because it's not going to happen so at this point blank. Put in your mind. It's us we we're all we're all we need and all of these teams have a brutal schedule. The three teams. I just mentioned washington york Los angeles brutal brutal schedule going down the stretch. So i i mean i think i agree with you. I think washington is a is my favorite to make it Impart because i do think the players back bahrain and and in part because believe out touch that's a feature of the gotta be. They gotta be the future. I think they will. I think was expert encourged flop. I mean if you're talking about a player like she tori walker kimbro who just signed along with best for the remainder of the season but for her to start the last eight games and play the way that she has been playing like on both sides. Yes her offensive prowess has aggressive. I mean last night against connecticut. She was four five from the floor. May both of our threes got lying eight times. She's very aggressive. She was in attack voted. She said after the game she said. I watched film from the dallas game and saw that i was playing very passively and decided to change that and who knocked in the first shot of the games she told off kimbro with confidence and i think that she also said he best post game last night that you know yes. We have injuries. Yes we have. Elena gina out but no no one's gonna feel sorry for us so we can't feel sorry for ourselves lead gotta go play and we have opportunities because we have games in front of us to take what we have to do. And yes you can depend on other teams losing to give yourself a better chance but once you start looking around what everybody else is doing you lose. Focus on the task at hand task at hand is to play your best basketball right now and i think that's what washington is is keeping in front of them. And you're gonna side i. Of course you're jockeying for for that a spot impossibly seventh. I dunno but jockeying to get in ned. Of course you're going to glance but that doesn't mean you're you're you're stayed on the other lane of this race. You gotta stay in your own lane. The you have to do your best with your skill set. I mean. Let's talk about natasha out when we were already talking about john. Paul jones for mvp Brianna jones for most improved right. How about natasha. Cloud for defensive player of the year. I mean she takes beat-up this assignments night in nine out and not because coach says. Hey you're gonna take she said. Let me take the top players. And i'm sure coast tibo assigned to her but at the same time you know your players are to have to want that type of challyi'j are else you. You're not gonna as a coach. You're not gonna put him but the cianci cloud is incredibly confident with her defensive skill set i mean she held to honor bonner scoreless in the first half. That was her match last night against connecticut and ultimately she was she ended up to ten arm. Sorry to of twelve from the floor in one of six from three so this is dewana bonner coming into the game averaging sixteen. She held her seven. So this is a player that is is disruptive Mitchell has said as in some of post practice opposed game comments about how she has disrupted diana. Ross on house. She has disrupted now dr bonner and just so many players down the list on the list but she wants that that challenge. So that's what it's going to have to come down to and kids. I mean she was amazing last night as well. Six eight from the floor. Four five three so she got her shot back for her sixteen points and it was really good to see that because we had already discussed how she's going to get different defensive attention in the absence of double john and charles so for her to step up the way she did and to stay aggressive minded desk. Great stuff man. She didn't get to the line either talking about neck and not getting to the line aerial atkinson last night so but she was aggressive with with hunting. Her shot no hesitation on her releases. Goodspeed left on the on. The early lift of her shot was really pretty watched. Last night's while so they have enough. Like you said asian highs allen. I mean she was incredible while another double figures scoring performance by her sixteen points and they just need they just need. They just need to stay consistent with that. And it's their bench play also placed on selling play seven minutes but they they need everybody. They need everybody. Now's your opportunity. And i know coach has said this as well like hey discuss like you wanna to play more. Here's your chance like hey coach get more points on play well and we need you right. Now Natasha cloud said did she has charged team with you know we go as we go right. And especially she. I think she said summation hides allen at halftime of that dallas game before they had that avalanche of offense and that one point win. So i mean as long as they're holding each other accountable to what they can do. I believe they have.
"connecticut" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"It really doesn't matter if you have junk jones like that's what we have come to realize the season we were talking before i to me. She's my outright. Mvp i've been there for like two months now about about jonquil winning mvp. I think you're there as well jonquil winning. Mvp most recently. Yes and i. You know when i saw james harden play a couple of years ago when he was named mvp and the nba. During the season. I was like i hear you let me. Just make sure my opinion on that. And wasn't it. so you know. It was on a a wizards game and saw him lives. And i'm like. Oh yeah like i sure is james harden so now seeing junk wives last night i am totally on board with her being. Mvp this year and no states any of the other well-qualified dynamic wnba. Who are i mean. Excellent at their crafts call. Jones separates herself because she sits six. She can put the ball on the deck like five six guard but then she could dominate inside like she's six. Nine coach depot said that last night. She played like she was six nine. I mean they were doing their best boxer out. She was like picking low apples off the tree. I it just barely edged. The floor gave. And i mean she just had such an advantage long arms and just great timing impeccable skill set. I mean she modeled her game. After kevin durant and i see so many similarities is with what she does even the style of her shot like the mechanics as very eerily similar to a k. d. And you know how tough he is at six eleven separate foot. So it's the same kind of conundrum in terms of matchups of in. She can put the ball on the floor so that you put somebody smaller quicker or do you put somebody bigger. But then she can get by and it's like man listen. It said nightmare to try and butter. And if you double. They have players who could not get shots and i. It's you know it's a beautiful Problem for miller to create or other teams. It's tough to solve by jonquil jones for me right now. Mvp an mvp. I mean to and has been for me. It's been all season because she says she not only is. She draws drank comparison a lot. But honestly i don't think that captures a lot of what she does. She also plays a big big pretty often on defense. At least it sometimes comes out offense. I think on this team she has had more more of an outside in Offensive game just. Because brian jones is really good. And we'll talk about her second but she also can guard your list right. She came back. She can bang down low with the best bigs end league. Sylvia fowles you know. Go down the list. Charles you name it. She's gonna get down there and be physical them. I think that's that's something that durant can't really even do not because he's he he just like that's not his body type he's has. He's not as built up in the air in the same areas of junk bowlers. I think you know may. Maybe i'm theorizing here. Playing with britney griner amon in russia for the last two years. I believe they've all been scott but the help. Because you're practicing against those big who have to make you stronger so to me. You know she does just all of these things. We're talking about her on ball defense. Which doesn't offense event or help side defense. That's really where. I think you see that. That key Comparison that sort of it's the defense all structured around her. You know these guards. If you let them be aggressive. They're going to be aggressive. So they all push out the all get into their match ups and they know if they beat the scrolling judge jaffrey block three blocks lesson. I two steals just one of one of the best performances as we've seen on the defensive end all season for her and this connecticut team is just nasty. I mean not only. Are they really really good. Sound team where they you know. They do their do their scrammed. We have a big searching visit switch in the guard. Switches out with the big again. They recover really well. They talk really well but they're also just mean they're mean and that's a good defense right when you when you can get into people make them uncomfortable. That's what really makes a great defense and another aspect of this That has been talked about a lot. It is brown gems. She's gonna i don't think there's really a Competition for most improved now an award that both of us would like to see renamed to to sound. Sounds kinda bad like oh you approved the most. I think it should be the biggest leap or something like that like you made. You made a substantial improvement in your game and brown jones incredible this year averaging fourteen point eight points per game this seven point three rebounds one point three steals per game which is interesting for our for someone her says the way be seen from the maryland turpin this year that maybe wasn't in her game before is just opportunity thing. I think it's it mirrors. The nation hines alan asian from last season. And how you know people opting out now. It's next player up. And hines out stepped in and became all league player. I think with brianna jones is same kind of deal last year. There was no john jones on the floor. And i think that really gave her an opportunity to gain valuable experience and that experience has afforded her to step forward this year. I mean she shot seventy percent of the muffler or last night and ten of fourteen. She was amazing with everything that she was doing. Paul evans the statistician. Who does a lot of mba wnba was out over tokyo for the olympics. He handed me a sheet of paper during the game and said brown joins us game eighteen minutes while she was in there plus eighteen efficiency for the team the two minutes gape that was out a.
"connecticut" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Something. I don't think the police were wrong. Because for all they know they could have been causing the death of the family by going in before knowing what they were going in they might have. I don't think they were wrong. But i don't think they were right. I have a sneaking suspicion they could have saved some of the family members But i wouldn't like completely fault them without knowing a lot more. I think when something like this happens you just want. Obviously it's clear who's at fault. There's there's no down. Our minds that commissar jesse hayes are the ones at fault but i think the family is just trying to understand how this couldn't have been stopped Days after the crime the governor of connecticut called for stricter monitoring of parole burglars and then ban the parole of violent offenders. So i know you talk about this in your policy. Analysis class is how sometimes you have a situation and then the problem is you kind of cast the net too far by you wanna do something but now you're also hindering. The successful re entry of people that perhaps deserve a second chance. It's a knee jerk reaction and that's never good policy and i understand the sentiment of that policy as most of them are but yeah you don't want to throw a blanket and capture everyone. That's not smart policy in our field. So i would say craft policy in response to a tragic event. It's usually not going to be a good one because it hasn't been thought out and well planned and based on evidence based on emotion. Yeah it's based on emotion. Man i can go on for hours. There's so much to talk about with this case. But yeah i know you could go on forever with this case Thank you so much for bringing it to our attention. I look forward to seeing. I'm i don't know actually. I look forward to seeing documentary. But i don't now that i know the details right and before we close out today make and we have one question to get to from a supporter so read a wants to know why there are so few solo female serial killers and along with that..
"connecticut" Discussed on Women and Crime
"He gives advice to people who are headed down quote unquote that road. He says this destroyed him so he talks a lot about the case. And the reason why he's able to do this is because he is not exercising. Any of his appeals. I decided to forego all of his appeals which is why he can call into this podcast and start talking about the case he talks about how it was joshua's idea to start the fire and he claims he was going to leave because he didn't want to do it and he was just going to pour the gas and not set the fire. He says josh wore him down. It just sounds like such a desperate attempt at trying to get some sympathy. He also reveals that the reason. Why josh targeted michaela and jennifer. Because his motivation was michaela he was attracted to young girls and commissar. Jesse told police. It was because of the nice car. Hey says that's bullshit. He wanted the girl. Oh okay well you did mention that Yeah it was noted that he might have pedophilia. Yes exactly possible so. Speaking about appeals very recently april thirteenth. Two thousand and twenty one coma or jetskis appeal was rejected and this is an appeal that was pending for years because of delays associated with both death penalty litigation and of course pandemic related court postponements. the judges issued not surprisingly a seven zero decision. Upholding the convictions against him. Do you want to hear some of this shit that he appealed on. Oh god he. He appealed and won hastily. That interview with the podcast. He kept throwing komo's jesse under the bus. I agree with him on. This is he was saying enough is enough. You've done enough to this family. Stop with the appeals. And as much as. I don't have respect for steven hayes. I do agree. That joshua komo's so jesse he's done enough harm. Let the family move on and stop appealing on this bullshit. Pretty he said that the state failed to disclose certain evidence. He noted the state's failure to move the trial at a new haven to counter pretrial publicity so that therefore he was denied a fair trial. He said his challenges of certain jurors were nord. This is the worst. He complained about the unconstitutionality of the inhumane strict prison conditions. This is a person who brutalized the whole family. And he's complaining about prison conditions. There were some other ones about the prosecutors violating his rights by denying him access to certain communications among police officers. Some aronie is trial testimony by an expert who talked about the obscene photos. Found on his phone either way. This guy's never seen the light of day. Now let's end this on a high note. What is going on with bill pet. Okay this guy is so strong for one. He's spoke at the funeral. Five days after the crime with his head pretty much split open just got out of the hospital and he really held it together for the most part again. You can see footage of that online very quickly. Donations were pouring in for the family. At first dr pettit had many small foundations he had michaela's miracles haley's hope and an ms foundation for his wife jennifer and then he decided to really centralize it into one foundation and he created the pettit family foundation who has a few different missions. They provide help to educate young people especially in the sciences. They provide support to those with chronic illnesses and they help to protect those affected by violence. So he's really doing a lot. He never returned to the medical practice. He never stepped foot back in his office. I think he was just probably too much for him to go back to his life. They demolish the home in two thousand eight..
"connecticut" Discussed on Love Letters
"Nicollin. Hunter have been talking about the future how they might someday wanna live in a different part of the country. Hunter would like to live somewhere where it's motorcycle riding weather all the time. But they both know their considerations beyond just climate. We want to pass as like hetero normative straight couple. We still have to be cognizant of where we live way. We have to listen place where he can get access to saas jerome without laws and things like that standing in the way and so it's been an interesting journey in terms of how to support someone through this. If that makes sense at all. I though there's a wedding to have nicole and hunter plan to marry in september of this year near a beach in norwalk. Connecticut it's such an interesting path because it's sort of like in your openness to try different things to try non traditional relationships to try really just openness to love in any form it can take a wound up with like the most domestic living in connecticut with your soon to be husband like i think about it and i'm like wow. This looks pretty frigging traditional. It's true i open myself up so many possibilities. And i literally have this life that i never saw for myself. I am living in a really nice house in suburban connecticut. I'm about to have a husband. I'm gonna change my last name hyphenated. I'm going to have a stepdaughter. I we like we have such a traditional front facing life. And it's something that i never saw myself actually went wedding dress shopping before the pandemic because we were planning to get married later that year. When i found my dress i started.
"connecticut" Discussed on Love Letters
"Nicole sprints joke with about how early she and hunter moved to. I love you. According to late the hetero normative playbook this is way too soon. I talk to my queer friends. They were like y'all are in that lesbian relationship. Yeah this is following playable in the summer of two thousand nineteen hundred leaves on a cross country motorcycle trip. He's heading out west for a conference. The trip is significant for hunter because he's decided that when he returns he'll start the process of his gender transition soon after he gets back in july two thousand nineteen. He begins taking testosterone for the first time. I want to ask like at what point in the early stages of your courtship. Did you know that his divorce was eminent and be that this transition was even going to happen. When did it come up. in conversation. Knew that he wanted to start to transition around the first day but wasn't really sure when it was going to take place and then the divorce that took some so the divorce was in the workings for some time before he told me about it so i think he told me about it after the second day. I think it was just to be sure that i was someone that that he actively pursue to see. Someone even though. Here's the thing though. Nicole is also seeing other people during her in hunters initial time together so each of them has entanglements eventually though both nicole and hunter realize that they only want to be with each other right before the pandemic hits in february of twenty twenty. They take a major step. Nicole moves into hunters house in suburban connecticut. So this is my first time ever living with a significant other. This is the first time a significant other wanted to build a life with me. So there's a lot of things that i'm learning and adapting to like. He always jokes. When i go grocery shopping. I tend to go grocery shopping. Like every couple of days and i bought a small bags of things like because he's all he's been married for a long time by thirteen years hasn't lived by himself in a long time. He he's like all. Isn't this cute. You shop like you're single from adapting to sharing bills and expenses with someone adapting to asking for help which has been really hard like today more talking on the phone. And i'm like i gotta go grocery shopping to make dinner and he's like well i can you know this for you bowl and i was like well no i feel i feel obligated to do so also too late sharing the burden with someone is very new for me. Sharing a household means caring for a bunch of pets. Hunter has three dogs two cats and lizard when nicole moves in it means helping care for hunters daughter who lives at the house part time it also means opening their home to nicole's brother with special needs for whom nicole is the primary caregiver. He made a conscious effort. Like i remember one of the first times. The two of them hung out by themselves without me and it was really special and will release sweet. It also helps that both. My brother at his daughter has special needs even though they're different but the domestic responsibility that brings them especially close comes. One hundred begins the process of gender confirmation surgery a series of procedures starting in early twenty twenty one of the things in terms of supporting someone through this transition is being very cognizant and knowing whereas okay like sexually romantically wears it okay to touch. How do you treat things. What do you call things so giving that person the autonomy to say you can touch me here but not touch me here. Can you refer to this as this. And not you know. So that was like one of the first things that happen in terms of supporting through the surgeries. That was very intense. Because it wasn't like. I was just taking care of him. I had to take care of the dogs and helping with his daughter. My brought so there were other caregiver type.
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"connecticut" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine
"Twenty twenty one. You're listening to the best book on the interwebs. I'm chris costanza. And i'm scott long. Wouldn't it figure right. Wouldn't it figure that. Almost thirty years. After i moved from their connecticut allows online poker right. Just had to get rid of you. Yeah they're just waiting for me to leave very happy for them. Get governor ned. Lamont has signed a law allowed online gaming including poker and his state starting july first the status of seventh in the nation to regulate online poker Widespread bipartisan support in both the house and senate. The states to indian tribes will be permitted to run their own sites wants a new compact ratified than the all house for connecticut. The joint other states in player pool if it wishes. Yep i mean. It's not going to make that big of a deal to the overall thing because not a large state but one by one. It's just happening in. It's just ridiculous. Just get it done. You know it's just funny to my. Here's another wine Warn when big in the senate the governor immediately said he was going to sign in did and then you're down here in florida hold on now. We're gonna negotiate a new contract. We gotta get rid of this online gaming. That's crazy stuff. So it's just it's frustrating that some states completely different than other spot. Oh you did say the log on july. it'd be not expect pogo. I i because there's a lot of stuff that has to happen. They have to hammer out this new compact and then the department of interior s sign off on it and then obviously they needed to get into licensing and testing all that stuff. So i don't know when exactly it will start but It's approved so that's good right l. Yeah absolutely and i'm sure all the other states that have already had it ratified the the plan will be easily to follow their and most the shortcuts order to be in place for them to to to get that stuff push through quickly and I would say before the end of summer. They'll have it. Yeah we'll see but So very cool so all seven of our listeners. In connecticut i got. I got a huge bunch of people there that you know my family and everything. You're listening or not. Formerly booker sham. Chris moneymaker has sued pay pile claiming breach of contract unjust enrichment and bad faith when the payment processor sees twelve thousand dollars from his account that that was entry fees for his friends and his fantasy football league. Winning maker says the process should return the money to eleven entrance instead of seizing..
"connecticut" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show
"So that was that was something that they made up in the story. Which it's not a bad mean made a little bit of. He said there was no chance of him having hallucinations or delusions with the medication. He was on so maybe it was from the haunting. Maybe plus yeah. I have no doubt in my mind. In plus often there all set was the mole all funeral place then look at. They probably never changed the wiring in the house. So like jason said. There's a lot of that energy coming off of those vars who could be so. You're okay let me. Just backup of the m. f. you're saying of will make you hallucinate. Use i'm sitting next to my modem megan hallucinate tonight how holds the wiring in the house. The house was built in ninety six to the ever. Change the wiring on it. No well ninety six so. It's not the old aluminum crap or the lava tube. It is room ex copper. So it's probably actually twelve gauge and salem unhealthy. And it's not gonna hurt me Everything that houses switching it down to fourteen gauge to save money. But i personally don't like fourteen gauge. I'd rather have my house wired twelve. You know 'cause you start running sweepers and all other crap pulling high amperage that say about wires and but then the old school aluminum crap is just as bad if not worse and all the tubes the worst that's true and also carmen reid wasn't she did. She was showing in the movie that she lives in a coffin. Do you remember that scene in the basement. The lead to a trap door in the master bedroom floor. Remember that saint. I didn't believe that i believe that. Now what must listen it. Talks takes six people to with the cough from come on with. It said now apparently did happened that yes. It phillips early slept in the basement with his little brother. Bradley snicker in cincy. Storerooms were smaller. It was the only room that could accommodate the teen so the to blood brothers slept in the basement. Inner casket display which was true and there was down the hall from the former polygram but that she did see the coffin and she did. It did lift up so that did happen. In the world store spend coffin. I would not want to be sitting sleeping in a in an embalming case. That glass was a glass like in the movie. That actually was the room it was like. That's where he slept already freight prowled. Think sleep you've ever get in there. Maybe i don't know i don't know. Also once you get past the psychological fear of it. Yeah roy psychological fair guess so but they say how many hani's how many Salen did that. John jonet conduct in the house and during the movie there were seillans sophists. Now it was. It was joan up portrayed in the movie by eric. Jeff berg There were sounds is in the movie And he wanted. I'm asking you where they're really seances in the row house back in the old back never the scenes where they were showing old clips..
"connecticut" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show
"The link is a sample there too. I just wanna to throw that in there buys but yeah don't tell me throwing no Mysterious fake spooky stuff on tape to me your name as you're looking for it's i go way. Was the road name. Yeah that you're looking for like geo a space connecticut. Yeah yeah well. That was cool. He did that. I couldn't remember it a note. They mentioned it. I don't think there's an interest to different. I think there's two different connecticut houses that are haunted smile. You'll see the connecticut to ghost georgia. I told me corey guy or was it. I don't know that's a partial as well. Okay i can see. I do believe that. Maybe someone who's protecting the slaves would help you know but he seemed awfully evil. But apparently the mr gordon was actually the nice guy but in the depict depicting the like the slaves were the bad people when everything but it turns out in real life. The true story. That house wasn't even part of the underground railroad. Like that's all made up and Yeah so the mr gordon hollywood part the have to make a good script. I mean they have to. They can have to exaggerate a little bit. Who'd want to watch it if it was just you know kinda weird but Again that back to the connecticut house haunting the the boy actually did live. Sleep down in the mortuary part of the house late. All why not brother actually had the older brother actually had the younger brother lay on the gurney in the more. He actually did that to him in he did. Freak out apparently scare the heck out of him and the lights. Did flicker on and off without light bulbs. So how does that happen. How good day. That's tasting about that. One man bring jason into the room. And the white snow flicker well. No no the thing was. They didn't have lightbulbs. The lights flickered was a little. You know little thing where the light bulb with turn you know. Screw until it. They didn't have. There was no light bulbs than they still flickered on and off. That's just crazy stuff can have. If that's the case is spirit actually had a lot of super energy to do that. Yeah yeah very strong very strong entity that had a lightbulb explode twice yeah. I had that like the glass shattered when everywhere as we walked by. You know that was pretty creepy. Sean witnessed one remember that the second time yes sir. The first the first time it happened in the was a couple years later. It happened again when you were here. Yes exploded just pop. It was crazy it was crazy. The move in the movie The boy actually. Not this is what i wanted to do. You believe that the boy the the sick in the movie did he actually have hallucinations. Because of the medicine probably My dad had chemo for like a year and he never had a loose nations at also. I can say this is a good friend of mine. A really good friend of mine. He passed away from cancer. Probably about ten or eleven years ago. News rather young but i remember as he was going through his chemo's and everything started progressing getting to a more severe level. He started seeing a lot of different things like a lot of hallucinations. It's yeah i believe that. That's probably what that was now. Heating have any from the medication. It wasn't it wasn't he wasn't getting any hallucination..
"connecticut" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show
"And i said they always asked me to go when i said i don't want to go because the last time i went on an investigation i told you was a bushy run battlefield. I am not kidding. You that happened to me i got sick. I got the h one. N one the next stay and i think it was from that ghost or whatever was Piggyback dommie one. Home with me and it made me sick. No while you with that night. I was telling the medium. My son is immediate. now check this out. you haven't been not with us j. Our win. I was with you with the one. We're not one of those sagacious. And i'm talking about only times wanted. How many times have people gotten attached or hurt or sick after our gheysens honestly every single one. Okay thanks for telling the truth. that's very important. You need to tell the truth and be on his. Let this stop. None of us have had any thing. Bad happened because you you just don't let it well. I'd be the kind that it'd be like on. Buffy the vampire slayer i'd have my holy water. My bible my rosary around my neck i would have. I would brad loaded down with my. I'd have a belt with my rosary. Hanging and i have some say in my five. Oh four things have holy lauterbach worley to you know what and i would never ever ever let anything happen to. You never unaligned. That's the truth on. Well i believe but getting back to connecticut story so we got. We figured that out. They lived in a mortuary Apparently it was. It was a old spooky mortuary with Tables in the body in back Kind of weird equipment and stuff There yeah so. The cynic. Mrs schillinger She climbs definitely was A weird Presence that was blocking the the stairwell That's when she said she found the embalming equipment now truth is behind that one. But that's kinda creepy by these places true but you know what with her with her son who had cancer okay. He had a lot of energy like with him being sick as he was he. He drew the spirits to him. Yeah because he was so close to death probably because he ended up really he did die in absolutely and that's how those all them decided to come in and be in that house. You know When you invite houses spirits into your houses okay you don't know who you're bringing an end and also maybe about ten or twelve of spirits..
"connecticut" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show
"But i was reading that ed and lorraine warren actually investigated that house. They were called in to check. The dow seems if they can help the family on everything and Apparently from what. I'm reading they. Were basically saying that the there really was no evidence of the actual house being haunted. It was more of in the people's minds because they apparently hired a guy. Excuse me his name was Ray gordon g. a. r. t. o. n. It back in the early very early nineties to write the book on the snickers. And and you know ray was you know like he did the interviews. Whatever and you know. There's stuff that wasn't making sense. He's like these people are crazy so he went back to ed moraine. Like hey these folks you know. Seem like little bit off the rocker you know. What do you want me to do this book. you know. and apparently from what i'm understanding. They told him we'll take some of it. But then make up the rest of the story. And just make it scariest possible so yes yes searching on that. Says it's really 'cause they said that you know. Yeah these people were there pretty nuts and you know there's no proof of any evidence of anything actually happening there and the family you know. They went as far as to say that These demons were clearly terrorizing and literally raping. The parents isn't it sir. And they're sticking to their story about all this stuff but then when you have an end lorraine were interviewing multiple family members. None of their stores were the same. They were all different. You know like noname coincided. So it's like really got me wonder myself knows this actually true story or the people just a little looney. Or what was the real deal. Yeah when i researched it. They did a comparison to were alive. Like did they actually move near hostile. Yes the haunting in connecticut. True story fills that the royal family son had cancer only did move there and that's true And then was the house really a funeral home. Yes it was but it was. It went really back. I mean the house was a funeral woods in the eighteen hundreds. It was already furner home or the ninety early. Nineteen hundreds in. Darrell currents a former owner. The southern teahouse house confirmed that prior to purchasing the property in nineteen ninety it served as the eoghan h. a. l. a..
"connecticut" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show
"Thursday deal is a so glad to have you guys all together again. Such a happy little family we have tonight. We're going to disguise the true haunting of connecticut hit And tell you. It's pretty spooky. I watched the haunting on connecticut. This weekend I really enjoyed it. It was a two zero nine Movie and it's all based on chill vents and the film was pretty a little far fetched. You know to be honest with you. Although it was very eerie which may good movie to watch The movie centers around the family who moved from upstate new york to connecticut connecticut because of their son matt had Been diagnosed with hodgkin's lymphoma a strain Was putting a strain on the family going back and forth to the university of connecticut. Hospital was getting a little too much for them. And i can understand that being a mom myself. Come house they run. It used to be a mortuary and they found a mortuary room in the basement where their son wanted to hang out and be his bedroom. Of course i would never done that. But the family started to Be threatened with violence and a lot of traumatic events Happened in the house by the spirits and apparently the mother contacts are. I think it was matt who contacts a minister. He met Through cancer treatment. And this is the movie version The minister informed his buddy a matt that the supernatural encounters are results of previous occupants Called activities be it a ouija board or some kind of weird sailings or something The film ends out when matt discovers what is causing the huntings and tries to get rid of the spirit by burning the house down with bodies of the spirits which is weird Buried in the walls matt's mom runs to the burning building to try to get mad at once. Matt is brought to safety. He opens his eyes and can no longer see the dead people. He's now supposedly cured cancer. the film is fact based I know you guys both watched it on a true story. But the producers added a lot of weird stuff to make it. You know movie worthy Which which they do And but the real connecticut haunting and you can real lot about it online. There's a book made on it and what we're gonna do tonight. We're going to discuss What john in jason 'cause they are paranormal investigators in what they think you know. What legit what's not a. What would would their views.
"connecticut" Discussed on The Troy Farkas Show
"So yes it's true. I am leaving connecticut. I have reasons why. I will share those as the week. Takedown ury can't say yet but march first and around that area. I will be able to share everything. This can't quite yet but that's it for today. Show remember you can always subscribe to the trademark the show wherever it is that you get your podcast. Tele friends that you liked to show. You can leave a comment on apple podcast. Leave me a review. Tell me what you think you can hit me up in my. Dm's in my text messages. I hope you enjoy that episode. I'm going to be doing a lot. More things of that nature where i'm sharing more of myself with the world. That is when i feel that. I am at light best. When i am sharing things when i'm creating things when i am just connecting with people beyond myself this is what fills me up. This is what makes me happy. This is what would i live for. I've always felt that. I am at my absolute best in that my absolute happiest when i'm performing i'm sharing something with the world. I do think that despite being in my fifth year on this earth. I do have some things to share. I do have some things. I want to say and i want to share them with. You also expect this to happen. A lot. More often going forward. Thank you for listening to the troy. Farkash show. I hope you all have a great weekend. Filled with friends filled with exercise new adventures. I know you can't do as much as you would like to right now because of the pandemic but i hope you can find some peace and solace in some time for reflection time for asking yourself a lot of the questions that that i ask the people on this podcast that i ask myself on a regular basis so i hope you'll get some time for that and maybe you write a love letter of your own whether it's to a person a place. Whatever as valentine's day is upon us you don't need to have a partner to show love to show. Everyone loves all the time we maybe. We don't need a special day for this but oftentimes we just do need reminders. From time to time to do things more often think valentine's day serves as a reminder to spread love. Show love give everyone love even if they don't deserve it give them even more love. That's kind of how. I how i view things in life so i hope you'll have a great weekend a great valentine's day peace and love. Everyone had already begun..
"connecticut" Discussed on The Troy Farkas Show
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"connecticut" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Without the consent of the mayor party of the court eleven it is ordered sentenced and decreed that when any general court upon the occasions of the commonwealth have agreed upon any sum or sums of money to be levied upon the several towns within this jurisdiction that a committee be chosen to set out and point. What shall be the proportion of every town to pay. The said levy provided the committee's be made up of equal number out of each town january fourteenth sixteen thirty. The eleven orders above set are voted the oath of the governor for the present i being now to be governor within this jurisdiction for the year ensuing and until a newbie chosen to swear by the great and dreadful name of the ever living god to promote the public peace of the same according to the best of my skill as also maintained all lawful privileges of this commonwealth has also that all wholesome laws that are shelby made by lawful authority here established be duly executed and will further the execution of justice. According to the rule of god's word so help me god in the name of the lord. Jesus christ oath of a magistrate for the present. I being chosen a magistrate within this jurisdiction for the year ensuing do swear by the great and dreadful name of the ever living god to promote the public good and piece of the same according to the best of my skill and that will maintain all the lawful privileges thereof according to my understanding as also assist in the execution of all such wholesome laws as are made or shall be made by lawful authority here established and will further the execution of justice for the time of force according to the righteous rule of god's word so help me god..