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s1e2 Dev/Asur (Indian Mithya Fantasy)

Indian Noir

21:21 min | 5 months ago

s1e2 Dev/Asur (Indian Mithya Fantasy)

"This is Indian you're. India's number, one horror crime and dark fantasy storytelling podcast. They've. Assume Season one episode two. Trailer urged her failings of shield maidens to hold firm as the Denver Cavalry charged them at full speed. She could see the lengthy line of sheets to her left enter right forming an impenetrable wall. Defend off the first attempt by their enemies to shatter there will. She also shouted words of encouragement to archers to focus their attention on the imminent task. NAGAS hardship Ilian half human creatures, writing mutant horses covered in Boynton plus Jones and cancerous tumors. He snarled as they waved their weapons in the air. They will cream tunics on the copper colored scale. Then adornments add to the sense of dread developed in the heart of their enemies, s Tundras, roofs of their steeds tore apart the silence of the night. murderously fast approach was akin to the quick seventeen movement of deadly snake. Commanded an office to rain death on the NOGGIN writers when they were in range of their bows. Arrows found homes in the heads and torsos of hundreds of Nagase and their steeds. And the booed crumpled to the floor painfully. They were then won over by fellow riders. Sometimes the down Nagas brought down their comrades. Who wrote right behind them? The site of the Feld enemies pleased rare. Again shred shouted. Moonlight Lind the muscular. Of the upset archers, as they drew their boss, and unleashed more debt into the center of the battlefield. The Naga Cavalry which survived the opening bullies of Arrow tax smashed into the failings of upset or shields with mixed results. Some found themselves at the thrusting end of spears. Some steeds broke the legs against the ball of metal and booed and the naming animals through the writers onto the ground. Where they've brutalized with the frenzy, this hold old of blades and spear tips. Some, Naga riders broke through the deadly barrier. They've trampled upset her. She'll maidens and sore barriers, and hacked their heads clean from their shoulders, as they waited deeper into the forward ranks of the David Army. A select group of Nagas had dilan ability to spray poison from their saliva glands. The hissed as they sprayed toxic venom into the eyes of their. And Yorkshire attackers. Some Davis soldiers were lucky to escape the deadliest pray as the battle Helms buffered them against it. Others were blinded instantly as the acidic fluid burned into that is. The last thing they saw before being blinded, was the kneeling forms of Nagas their Lipton's now scaly skin, toxic fangs, and they're yellow eyes with slit pupils, which moved madly about in their sockets with kill lust. The NAGAS who had successfully pulled off these blinding attacks chop that the heads of their screaming enemies with Glee. Bath. The Donovan Cavalry was feeling invincible when the giant mazes of Yuck chess oranges smashed into them, and through them their steeds into the deadly arms of upset assault bearers and shield maidens. The riders barely had time to scream out in pain as the show, battleaxes chop through their torsos, claiming the top and bottom half of their body cleanly. The seven part slid off to the ground with us. quilty Thud. Some of that obtain sorgess town, their heads in the powerful grasp of Yorkshire Captains like Belleville. Before the NAGAS could plan a defensive response. They found their heads squished by the I in hands of the David Bruce. Strayer, what's will finish three? In this fashion without breaking a sweat. When he finally made eye contact with her, she raised a fist to express her admiration. He raised a fist back after acknowledging her Berlin Captaincy, which had normally seen Naga riders failing to wreak catastrophic damage on their she war, but also preserved the lives of most of the soldiers in their company. SCHRAMM was directing David attendance who were carrying away the few injured soldiers, the battle camp for further treatment when she had the thunderous pounding of more nugget lighters heading their way. Like a conductive commanding a Brilliant Orchestra Shred Directed Had Arches Shield. Maidens and Sword Baylor's to work in concert to skewer and butcher the REPTILIAN monstrosities. Commanders banning blowing magical staffs, but flying overhead observing the battle movements. Pages overdose over share with a smile. Great Job Captain! Cavalry has been decimated by battle lines. We have won back. The few sports made inroads into. Do you think we are ready for the final press pages said. trae quickly surveyed the state of her soldiers and nodded her ascend. We are ready Major. Let me. Guys you forward. They just said as he soared up in the air and pointed his finally staff to. It's their enemies. The upset and Yorkshire Squads marched ahead in ordered lines often tipping over the broken bodies of their enemies cavalry units that had died testing them metal. Behind them, groups of Davis soldiers pushed the ballistics forward, hoping to reach the optimum planning distance to launch an attack on the vile old. The diva frontline, having reformed and gained confidence from thwarting the enemies. First Wave of attacks marched in lockstep towards the Donna Army. Their levels were lined up in ferocious ranks ready to defend the portal engine. The commanders guided their companies forward from their positions with shouts of encouragement up. The Angel Beings batted away the occasional volley of arrows directed at their hovering forms by the enemy with ease. Schreyer and the other captains surged forwards to meet the defensive challenges that lay ahead of them. The sight of her upset soldiers, being blinded and butchered by the Naga, cavalry was burned into an is. A sore eight for the losses. She suffered however minor. There were in the big scheme of things. But she was glad that the third movies had protected most of boards. Unlike commander. Schreyer had not lost faith in the Trinity's power. She did not consider their eternal dreaming to protect mankind as a barrier to her prayers. Her belief in the manifest powers of the Creator the destroyer and the protector was still strong. She believed that they had watched over her and blessed her throughout her fruitful career. They had to live for a greater peppers, and if that purpose was fulfilled in this fierce battle, if she expired on this craggy battlefield, she would consider his health redeemed in their ice. It was the same faith that hardened her soul against the insults lobster by the fellow Goncharova and Yorkshire Cadets when she took part in the military academies Specialist Officer Course. Despite excelling in the physical tests and the exams, she was not considered commander material post her final interview. This was a discriminatory decision. She choked up to the threat of a command. Lobby attempts to sideline upsetters, women who dead with spy at leadership roles found above their usual stations as foot, soldiers or captains. That bittered experience had left her ego boost, but it did not shuttle the conviction, with which she approached her duty towards in the locker, and indeed and responsibility towards the scoreboards. She led on behalf of major stages. However It left an indelible mark on her. Despite the encouragement every year to Rian role in the program and his offer to provide her a letter of recommendation. She had refused to do so. She would make marcus a captain, and how exploits would become her calling card. That would lead to Bryce to the position of a commander one day. A selection process left to the mercy of snooty partial nepotism was not capable of measuring a true capabilities. He'd step. She took towards the Donna. automomy sworn to protect the portal engine was driven by this determination. Step by step strike by strike battle by battle she would build a shining monument to legacy as a warrior. The entire Dave van God was merely meters away from the forward ranks of their enemies. The half animal half human forms of their opponents did not budge from their position. They had crossed nearly three fourths of the middle ground between the two armies without resistance. Something's is not right Schramm thought. Up At command of tires suspended above her on his mighty wings. There was a concerned look on his face as he's can the forward positions of the Dave Legion. The CDC shouts and screams cascaded along the front line as the earth opened up underneath their feet. Davis soldiers then Linda trenches hundreds of data's batting sites, sequels and machetes awaited their prey eagerly. An amalgamation of insect Thailand human features, the slim form of the day theus were covered in a patchwork of robbery, skin and tightness shells. An extensive set of external sense organs, including enormous compound eyes and smell and vibration receptors on their forehead made them excellent hunter does. This build often filled therefore with a sense of overconfidence. But they lacked in brute strength they made up ferocity and speed, and a single minded devotion to performing the duty with little regard for their survival. There irregularly spaced, but hard carapace demanded precise attacks, but tanks to this flexible body. This was easier said than done. They will capable of radic movement patterns that could throw off even the most seasoned of Warriors, no matter their choice of weapons. The date is where swathed in tattered brown robes that advertised their frugal monk like existence, which was devoted to attaining macho superiority over their enemies. David one of the deadliest units Donovan on me, saving devious strategies to route their opponents. Caroline. The Up Citizen Yorkshire's. into the ditches butchered mercilessly as a chorus of horrifying house and triumphant shipping sounds filled the open tunnels. Simitis. Rose and fell on shrieking upset soldiers from many angles. The day theus severed wings from the backs of Yorkshire's who tried to leap out of the pits. Fat. The Dave Hawks were tied down with iron chains. Thanks to the concerted efforts of scores of insect toyed warriors. Go Sean. Then the vile creatures climbed up on the percentage chests, and plunged crude steel poles into the forced open mouths of the giant warriors. Commanders including pages swept in and carried those they could to safety. Yet the massacre continued as they theus over around the shocked David troops in their subterranean web of pain. In, a matter of minutes I corps and Gore mass pools, where one's live and strong soldiers had landed on their backs. Rare was lucky not to fall into the fourteen feet deep it. But she was separated from the rest of her party. Who went on the other side of the chasm? In fact, this scenario was playing out all over the David frontline. No. She screamed as she gazed upon the site of the bulk of her squads, falling prey to the brutality of the date the is. She tried to help by offering her end. Two soldiers who were trying to scramble up the walls of the trench. But they were dragged back down and hacked to pieces. Sh- rare ordered the upset of archers, and she maidens who were still above ground to target the insect title brutes. Davis trapped in the trenches, cheered the help and redouble their fightback. Is fell in their hundreds as arrows and spearheads plunged into their heads and torsos. Milky Green fluid erupted from wounds and a nausea. Inducing smell permeated the air as the death count rose. Just as the vapors, but getting an upper hand on the situation, trae ahead orders being shouted at deductible frontline are Gye. The Donovan God that stood Imo by all. This wine had decided to surge ahead to land a devastating blow on the vulnerable enemy. Shredder ten round to face the of. Knowing. She was alone and isolated from the rest of her above ground scored, which was on the other side of the trench jaw, and the open pit behind her contained the butchered foams of her squad mates. Those who had served under her foot years. The best uniforms forms of the enemy moved forward like a storm front, ready to unleash untold damage on their archenemy. Tra- grip the handle of her blade tightly before letting out a lonely but powerful battlecry.

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Episode 92 Kris Gumbrell  CEO Brewhouse and Kitchen

Humans of Hospitality

1:00:48 hr | 5 months ago

Episode 92 Kris Gumbrell CEO Brewhouse and Kitchen

"Welcome to the humans of Hospitality podcast with me. Mark Crib now we are getting a very very close to the fourth of July, and this podcast is coming on Tuesday. The twenty third of June the day that we are expecting Boris Johnson to confirm the fourth as the industry reopen date an hopefully even a drop in the to me to rule now for many of you listening to this, we will already know the outcome of that, but with bated breath I will leave. And get on with today's episode now about ten days or so ago, I was lucky enough to meet Chris umbral chief executive of Brew House in Kitchen and I met him at my restaurant jury lockdown. Now Chris. His name has come up a number of times with various people that I've chatted to any runs a couple of awesome local venues in my hometown of both, but I did not realize that we live only a couple of miles from each other until very recently. Now. Chris is a very experienced operator who had both a successful corporates as well as more entrepreneurial career. He knows metality. We briefly touched on Christie's earlier career, but spent more time chewing the fat on a broad range of hospitality topics. From s funding schemes, and some great perspectives on why debt is quite often, not the answer particularly relevant since the government constantly banging on the days the incredible opportunity they have created for our sector and others through the bills process. We also have a great conversation around hospitality is part of the rejuvenation and place making of towns and cities quite often they are the vibrancy, and the lifeblood area needs as a catalyst for investment and regeneration yet all too often with high rents and taxes, such important businesses are often only marginally viable something surely, the has to change post covert. Now, Chris has some excellent. gracie thoughts on rent negotiations, and how thinking outside the box looking for win win opportunities between the two parties can often lead to some very interesting solutions, and Chris is also planning a slow and steady reopen testing learning as he is the team go with some of the larger more spacious garden venues. All check into Chris was an utter pleasure, and all certainly be up with him for licy Kobe on another chat in a few months to see how he and Brew House kitchen performing. Now before I go you know the drill. If your regular listener enjoying the podcast I would really really appreciate your support any money you can donate by our patriots. Page goes onto hosting fees technical. Fundamentally, work the get heap of awesome guests on the show so that you can listen every week for free, so if you fancy by me, a thank you bear and offering your support head over to humans of hospitality dot co dot UK forward slash donate. Thank you and enjoy the chat. Chris Rumble Chief Executive of Brew House and Kitchen. Thank you so much for joining me on the PODCAST. Appreciate it while you say nice to be here and actually so this is the first one I've done face to face for about three months. I suppose because I've had to do the more remote because we are still just a dating this, we are still in pandemic land, but luckily I didn't know you were so local we are. We are sat on the terrorist of Urban Reef my restaurant and if you can hear, some noise in the background is actually the ocean, isn't it? So it it probably genuine pleasure I've even got a bakery absolutely beautiful coffee I studies that. nicey socially distances well, just anybody's concern. Yeah, we're SOCIETAS. We've got. We've got a terrorist that would probably about one hundred and fifty people and we've got it to ourselves. The way things unfortunately at the moment. Yeah, we're GONNA have some very jealous people looking up, US wondering what on Earth we did I. I came up here with my my wife and kids last week in in the heat wave, and had some pizza, and my wife was just felt terrible about even sitting sitting up, because so many people living here so people. Can. If. They want to spend over million quid on a restaurant. They can come up. They can can buy everything. I'm not going to feel guilty for sitting on my own terrace on my heart, absolutely and having a beer with a pizza, which was nice. I'm right, so the people who don't know you. You've got a fairly distinguished so long. I saw he'd won a lifetime achievement award the other day and I thought. Surely. fifty-three yeah. The Industry Lifetime Achievement Award for in October last year, so Yeah, that was the awards year. It's the The franken knows award for lifetime achievement in the industry so. Update in the house. The officially the old awards because I follow David. Bruce is going back to the pub chain. West Berkshire Brewery Capital Company so I know David while he's good pal and who had some guy in Tim Martin weatherspoon so I was the fourth person to get it so when I got this watch which I'm wary now very proudly, so that's very nice but yeah. I think it's probably because of big mouth that I. Go to, I think being quite challenging in the last twelve months. Really because I try to help you. His best icon and trying to look the sector where I can so there's an element of I think overseas well what we've done with apprenticeships, which is very close to a halt with embrassing kitchen. Now so yeah, very honored very humbled. Don't deserve it could be. Ten people the drop of a hat. We deserve it more than I did, but it was very nice. Exit well congratulations, thank you. Know Brew House and Kitchen started in two thousand twelve, and within five years. You had twenty one venues. That doesn't happen by accident, does it? You're clearly inexperienced operator. Can you just give a potted history of your background? And then what's Brew House Right? I mean just yeah I mean. Look down the east. Thirty one years Shis with university so or don't cities to two fire education as it was so. Yeah I mean I'm from Cardiff. Came down here for over the place when to uni spent. Probably too long working for Big Bruce, if I'm truthful till I was forty years old, only at three bosses radio, three companies with should Vasan Green. Crate job for Scottish and Newcastle for two years opening pups and Bosnian foreign markets as part of their export beer expert so had this stuffy career and be where you kind of get your company car and. And Your Pager in those days it was interesting, is mobile phones and you run around trying to be a good boy, and working to your KPI's running everything, ask the concepts and I had two years just working purely with entrepreneurs all over the world, so one of the best things I did was go to New York with David Bruce, who's the chapel, founded firkin pub, chain, slug and lettuce. He was involved in the very early stages, and he had multiple investments in US markets. David took me to New York and it was a real transformation week, because that was in one, thousand, nine, hundred and taken to Brooklyn Brewery. He was a founding investor of. Brooklyn Brewery and just came back I mean worked for stuffy. Old burs fears thinking beer will change I'm beer. Boise changed in the last ten years so why the clock forward picked up a group of freehold struggling in London about must be thirteen years ago now to turn around knows and sold them how to sex successful outsell knows and one of the things we did was some very early stage unbranded brew housing kitchen type developments we to two brewpubs, and we, the experience market growing We saw the crop bear market, growing and also We saw that you know service is going to be far more important than ever was before. And so myself I'm an old friend of mine became business, partners, Siobhaun, and we create brass and kitchen, and we opened office in two thousand thirty one o'clock forward. We have twenty two sites hopefully soon to be twenty three. You can get back on site. And yeah eight. Is a ride. Say Spare to say. Congratulations and well done for making that, so I was endangered out especially with a lifetime achievement award. Has that been at least? There's nothing behind it all. It's I'm shallow Ezekiel say Mark I'll tell you. There's not much to talk about and along the way that you became pretty Soviet funding because you you ray EIS. Scheme funds yes along. crowdfunding another mechanism, why was that so useful? I think it's a win. Win a good thing. If the the this the enterprise scheme for US manifest company took over was a company that was independent distress and Funded up by surprise, investment schemes and it coach told to investors in your in what was interesting is how. really kind of unconcerned. Most of the investors actually were even know you're cheating well. This is a great model because people get a tax break from the cash that they put in off their next tax bill, so you ten thousand quitting twenty s company then you're GonNa get three thousand quid off your next tax bill. If you're high rate tax payer. When the company exits and makes a gain, capital gains tax free, if it loses in the share, price collapses, you get full actually down to fifty P in the pound, so it's like a no brainer for an investor and the problem with the no brainers is people to get that passionate about them when they don't work. Whereas when you put your money in an owner, tax breaks, and you are subject to capital gains tax. You push harder, so that was quite an interesting dynamic and I feel actually if you could get over, the is cash and really look after it. And I'm we're closely with her show. She can get a lot more done. Kind of learned that with the first company we've raised several S and venture capital. Trust Funds Said's and we've we've. We've got a corpus. Corporation kitchen imitate them when we have three other businesses that are Franchisee into I have A. Stake in those businesses as well and we've been able to really push quite hard to other franchise business and a An, an core business. Really well. We really really well, and of course you know the franchise model is has been good because we run out a brand, so there's a significant change in the in the model unable. It's a shame and upping talking to various parties. We are always a Saffi's. They've been lobbying force with the treasury. UK specialty been lobbying. Is that now? What experiences pandemic enterprise investment seems that are perfect way for people to support hospitality businesses. Without US hospital praises having to be relied on on, get very agitated when I hear politicians immediately deferred to the fact that they've made so much data available. That he's debt at the end of the which ever way you dress it up, debt is debt and at the end of the day We have a crisis situation we can. We can laid lawn as much debt as we want. Now to companies just to keep them alive, we can for their teams, but at some point, hospitality needs to emerge from where we are now be able to stand on. Its two feet, pates team without requiring furlough. Service. And pay all the other bills like you know. Business, which are you know? We all know with fought to high. It'd be too high for far too long. The. P. R. S., which seems to go up every year for no reason, and that's just extortionate. Now bid fee. Somebody tells me what bids bid fees are all about I have no idea talking to looking at what bits do for the money so I of you know he's going to be quite tough and quite distressing. So some time now, enterprise investment scheme allows existing investors to follow their money and support proposed businesses through the equity route. I know the government is going to do is support some of that funding through a tax break, which is down the road again. It's down the road, so it's not an immediate cash. Cool on the government. All the banks so I think you know the government really tricky and really big opportunity I don't want state handouts. no ospital operator wants day. We love standing on a typically. We always put more in than we take out. And I was just recently how I felt about the scheme. The billions that is costing now look at the thirty eight billion quote. We pain every single year in hospitality into the system, and we see other industries get bailed out and supported parody outside of this current crisis. We never asked for anything. We get kicked and beaten and slashed and taxed to the hilt, regulated and licensed. And we never ever get a break. And now we're getting a break, and we really appreciate it, but we. It's not just about giving a staff and telling us all problems we fix by having access to more. It's not really fixing the problem. It's just storing up problems and making them bigger down the road, so enterprise investment schemes I, think a really big role to play SIS Games in the rules have been tightened and tightened and tightened over the years to really prevent restaurants in bars and pubs can access when surprise, investment scheme money and the other good thing about is is, they could be deployed so much more effectively. In local communities to get their spas and restaurants open. It's a really great way. The communities to buy into the sector invest into the local presences and a really efficient way. The is a win. Win for everybody. To ride, business, plan, and yet you still have to respect honor and and deliver value to shareholders I spent a good deal of time. Of. What I've been doing. The last four weeks told me shells. And without. yesterday from. we've not so six letter sent to show is now since April. Just tell the more during and give them not support. So I think enterprise investment schemes one good way, but there are numerous good ways that we can actually still one of the interesting things about. The rules changed in two thousand fifteen, and we think that was clearly part of a big compliance. Push by David Cameron pre going into the Brexit vote. we have to change in the finance act or not really constrained us. By topping out the amounts of capping the amount of money that we could raise really tightening up on the types and styles, trading businesses that he is could be applied to now. That was to conform with European regulations now a leaving Europe. You know and not something like person agree with be. Let go in, and that's it and we're just gotTA. Make the best of it, but what a great opportunity to reorder review the rules and start again and white cane, and look at how the state through taxation can support business investment. It's so easy. Listening I think they are the feedback we go from the Treasury's very good. I think to be fair to the guys at UK hospitality. They're fighting battles. On the, Weeks ago I mean she's a force to be reckoned. She is she is she? Is He's amazing and. Yeah, you do. I'm just being so impressed by them to be on. We with a second office as well to the guys were because sheltie kind of US office because they live near where one of our sites so as we see them a lot and I'm always boring them. With my in my ideas and things, but they are very patient and very supportive, but yeah. I mean this is a fairly pivotal moment I think you and I are waiting this week. Ready to see what comes out you feel. They're making up as they go along a little bit in. Although I haven't read it I said so UK hospitality seventy five page proposal together I think Augusta opening, didn't they? I've been summer morale. That Mike is using it as part of our operations plans, so it sound. Pages? Twelve weeks I've never went myself so much as a half in the last twelve weeks and a lot of it doing stuff that you wish you got soon. You know but one thing is i. haven't read a seventy five page report submitted our ideas as PA AH canvassing. Process Chaos -ality went through on. Yeah on balance. We're getting I think we're getting good representation. People think that people know what we're about now. Think politicians, no other about think, Kate. Walks a very fine line when pro probably going into meetings where she wants to scream at times coming out to those meetings with politicians, but bites lip. Credibly diplomatic incredibly balanced. And it's done a good job representing all sector, and then you can leave kind of the more on tagging. Elements of people shop done much of that, but I think you can leave that to other people to do. I think Kate's go in and win win hearts and minds. You've always trying open doors closed doors. Basically, and that's the challenge I think. Public authorities is? Quite there's no. They shut the doors because love the Moldovan at the end of the day. You have dealt with absolutely I, do think there seems to be an opportunity for hospitality. Coming off the back of this a little bit like people falling back in love with the maybe and appreciate what they do. Hospitality has held its head quite high in the last few months with its charitable support, feeding key workers, just getting the recognition about being the biggest employer in the country. Do you feel like it feels like a more? A better represented sector now, but it did three months ago. I think he has I think I. I think we do what we do I mean we assume I if you take cosmetology as An entity that we both work in I. Think we've always been very fraternal greatly. Even, though we compete with each other friends who work in retail and it's. That each other's throats. Even Athena's like a dinners and as on that parent is pretty pretty criminal fierce, and and he's very very competitive and retail sector, which is not like that you know when we get together. We band together Wolf. Acre be because of the nature of our work. The you know the numbers of people who employ in the nature. Of being hospitality people is that we want to be. In the sort of kinship being in our business, for some fraternal elements of being in business, important and I think people are now looking at senator distress from realizing what they could put could potentially lose as. I mean everybody you know you talk to any politician and they they say I want you know support your pulse in the community? They will say yes in a heartbeat, but still sign off a beard, ut increase, or they're still sign up business rates increase or they'll you know so although regulate? Although you know they'll, they'll they'll you know beat you up whatever you decide to do on tips or Or implementation of minimum wage, so you kind of that kind of politicians wanted both ways and I think public. I always say like children. You know they sometimes needs to be seen, but not heard. I spent many years as Green King a tendency director, and we'd have two or three puffs in village. Knew One of the pubs to close now we'd be in. East, angry or Oxford show, we have big presence, and you'd had you get angry letters, and the and the meetings and you'd be there and saying that we got the team tenant going through the site in now on free rent and support, and or you know, and there's somebody else's could get to go bust only to come out site. People used to go mats, and then I always remember my boss who's brilliant kept asked holding managed to keep it a table alleger of everybody in the village. Up In readiness for one of those meetings, and it was very thin list. and. Soon as people started asking questions, he asked for that and I. We can take them off the list you any questions in village and I think that goes down to the fact that sometimes people will say they love pops bill I post offices as well. They'll say they love pumps, and they want their local pubs to be supported, but will they use them? We'll. They came out and really support their pups and I think this is focused people to think actually. We could lose them now and I think we've probably all GONNA. Lose them I think whatever happens in the next couple of weeks and months. I think there are pumps out there and restaurants bars. That will never reopen. And is terrible terrible tragedy because we're employing a million people. but what's left? People really knew need to get behind and when I come in. You know, don't if you come in for point with your paper, don't sit on a table six. Get grumpy if you're asking me if you know, we have to be so so stretched, we gotta work so many you guidelines, which will renew our teams and new to us as management. and New to guests as well, and we will go to work together. I spoke to somebody yesterday, and they said he had a real fear when he opens of somebody filming. Some kind of breach of the guidelines and putting on social media, and then you're GonNa get moles and attacked and. We put out with even with opening whatever next door to where we are now. which over the heat waves had a? Really busy a lot of negative publicity, you'll have seen locally about the state of the beaches and how busy they were, and how many people coming down and you do feel like we work in hospitality, Kaz fundamentally. We WanNA. Make people happy. To look after them and we want to provide a service. Yes, we've donate money, but very rarely. Do people wake up in the morning? And start with money they start with. How can we do better today? How can we look? Supermarket Masters don't they say challenging. Burger you know, and you get applied that supermarket mass I can go out and buy a bigger for this X. Amount I. Put a bum with anything and show them. The business rates bill. That's the first one and then show them, PR s in the bid fees and the weight, and then the wage bill. Always anybody who wants to go through our accounts. I've always said anybody complaining about. Send them down to me. We spend. We spend four grand. A year on went on training. Yeah, you know we've spent a fortune on training while I just to because we're so concerned about the welfare whilst furloughs, so we've spent huge amount in training, which I'm really pleased to do. I don't resent. It's an investment you know, but there is so much more to it and people's expectations so much higher, the expectations on price, a broadly fat, getting lower and I think you know we want to give people a great experiencing good value for money, but you know now he's you know it's a clarion call really fresh. Say let you gotTA support your local restaurant Bar pub. Now because they're going to need it, and when you come in, be a bit patient mobility understanding. If you'RE GONNA, problem if you see something that's not appropriate. Discuss it with the management because we're all still learning. I don't sticking on social media and get shaped by thousands and. Claiming. It's just it's just the extension of advisors and is that people have realized they might work and effort and the human aspect of what's going on. Destroy team and. Story Team Destroy Business units like. People, people know some people complain about opening, and I'm like. No, we know you know owned by Board of directors in London with with millions of pounds of investment. It's like you know I I I will lose my house, and that's not find a way to navigate through this. That's that's the reality of over. What's frustrating? Is that everybody? Says yet nope, supportive and help, and then you look at the size of the cues, the McDonald's drive through in the last ten days since they put a two hour wait. For I was GonNa, swear that about. Sued and then. The drug thrown AFO insanity, not only for seven hours a weekend. Then you look at how holidays to get people to come out Amboise Yeah Darren Yeah people say one thing you said with with the village pub. Being critical customers I just want to. If you can't conscious I've had started a okay evidence at parliamentary hearing last year by the PUP sector! And you know it's very interesting when you I really eyeball MP's. Who you know it's. GonNa you know. These are the Steel Party parliamentary group. Anyway, so he's the pub in beer and the guys within their on site anyway. But. How much do you really care? How much do you really really care about sector? Because you know e, there's lots of fine words about how people want to support us what they WANNA do for pubs, restaurants spas keep talking about pups. and actually delivered in reality. and. Know we are big and I think what must be brilliant in as with the old mark and together with the Restaurant Association, the nightclub guys forming new, K. hospitality is that we can look anybody Neil with the third largest employer in the UK with a third largest sector. Taxation is through the roof. Mean thirty billion quid every single year going into the system. We take nothing we give everything we've been responsible. Look at the CAPEX that goes out goes on within our sector. You Derelict Town Center. You get an docks de dark and undeveloped. Any kind of you take the high streets now. What's something the high streets and you hear time and again I hear from NPR even from local councillors even down here as the. Leisure will pick up the slack. They will pick up the space and we won't. Though we won't, and you've got to look after the less you got, and you mentioned earlier on about you know directors in London. You've got big companies now. Who are wobbly? Big Firms while wobbling like mad and I'm not gonNA mention anything stare, but there's GonNa be some real lightning. Next couple of weeks came close to the rank quarter. I'm Jay. Jd would say it's the imminent implosion of our sector absolutely. About hospitality is, is place making wayside here on me this this speech would not be the same without some sort of bar where you can sit at the back of grab a coffee and grabbed. Town centres. We regenerate areas with for me. The point of being on planet earth us to spend time with friends and family over some food or drink. It's the point behind existence, isn't it? Absolutely, it's more exciting than NIP it into a shop it into a bank or or doing everything on line yet. Your absolutely right well. You would hope that you can't do what we do. Online you now, so so you know what? WHY SHOULD WE BE Why should we pay twelve percent of the business rates take on the high street, but be less than five percent of the revenue. So so. So, so, why? Why does that happen? Why does that happen? You know we are. We're the we're. The horse is GonNa win the race. If you back us now and you give us the support now we're gonNA. Be Able to step into US based on the streets along with a lot of other planning challenges around. You know bringing residential I. Mean I keep up? Why! We've got a couple of high street sites anywhere. You mean they do worry me at times, but I'm convinced that highstreet will be reclaimed into residential. High streets will be communities in the next ten fifteen years time when reality sets in, but even when you sit at a local level and listen to council talk about frustrations replanning planning teams who are so hung up on zoning about luxuries here retail has to be there and you know at least buildings officers. You know this this postcards from the I two that we have around and I've had so many battles. It listed buildings, officers and I. Tell The square wheel analogy. You know they are happy to keep a wheel square. Because he's always been square, but the square wheel is not fit for purpose, and we had a former town centre. Battling, about plenty fireplaces I mean it gives my time again on that site I probably wouldn't have done that. Developments spent the money that we spent and created the job some great, because we compromise too much relisted buildings, we should have walked away from the site and blood that lesson and walk away again. Because the buildings, and and that is that going to be massive challenge to the high streets is listed. Buildings can have to suck it up and and keep quiet and listen to what the people understand how the future is going to look and go with that because lowest, GonNa, try and hang on to the past, and these buildings shops are going to be boarded up and closed down. I will fall apart, and they will change hands, and in the end they will collapse, and we've got to be more progressive in our thinking. Is that because the one in the town centre that the the sort of? Restrictions were prohibitive to make you an effective space. Battles about five places that don't work in things that haven't worked for years, but when fireplaces in place and locations of staircases and that Y'all could have opened up that site so much, I mean you know it's one example I could list you. Several examples may not be Nina toe to keep certain five staircases in place, but block up tops. You have five place that goes nowhere. And I've walked around in and. Stability photographing everything say why don't want to get a record of all of this and you suddenly feel terrified of investing in your, you know your. Job is to make it harder Robinson. Necessarily mean unless scenario you know we all members, the national. Trust, and I love. The history. Of this country and what we've done, but. If we try, you cannot change what is happening right now? By hanging onto the buildings, we've got to allow these buildings to adapt and change and I i. It's it's planning policy fit for purpose always planning and actually plan fit for purpose sometimes particularly when you're dealing with clients who are part time and you know you hear that they're working as consultants in another borough. How does that work I'm my problem with also offered is the. It's based purely on what they like what they don't like. How is that relevant headphones in my house and I was like. You're not gonNA live here. I'M GONNA. Live here just because you don't like and. Planning legs issue, but you don't like it. Don't come over. I was no plans on inviting you? I mean we writing the checks? I mean wouldn't WanNa checks unless we could see. I'm a big believer in working with the sympathy of the building. What we're going to south I. think he's fantastic. I think what we achieved. The South phone, which interesting wasn't listed building. Thankfully, otherwise pretty little walked away from that one. It's still be boarded was going to say. I want to talk about even if we weren't having a podcast because that was an amazing space had an amazing history. I used to go there. You know so a seventeen year old. Don't nights. Yeah, exactly yeah. Yeah. And it was, it was brilliant, and I looked around it because a man what incredible space so I went and looked around. And there's a couple of things. One it was a massive, and it was absolutely huge, and it really came to light, so how big it was when you went upstairs and it was something like six different flats, and they were. They were one bed flats to three. I fell through the floorboards. I really wanted to get sight because it's. It's an amazing amazing space, but I thought Mike Golic GONNA need being big cash to get that back open I. Needed a lot worse. Yeah, how did you come about getting that one was it was it was I? Thought! It would yeah, it was. I wanted yeah. I think we spent more than. Two Point two and a half times. What we thought it was GONNA cost. Any end, but we finally know for the building, and thing is living down here as well I mean the history of the site is. The site was part of a big property state where big pub company obviously done I. An OPCO pro co structuring a few years ago, so the free was owned by a company. That was you know not. Just lots of ups and they'd supply the pub to a pub company. Tied least pub. Company and the keys are being thrown back. On that side back in two thousand and eight with ridiculous lease is really expensive. Yeah, well, what was the way it will do? What was happening is the past rent from the pub company while conflict too much other than the. From the pub company to the to the freehold owner was I. was actually I will ring so Nicole. She knew that well. I know signed that agreement. That's another story. I put it to the months over lunch and. Not to sit with me after after the after the main course, but. You so what we did. We just negotiated a purchase. Price in a freehold negotiated a reverse premium, which is effective you. A landlord is a Tennessee so. Hamstrung by that least they have to pay a premium and I've done to these actually. Where of Co pay me to walk away from headaches it's. Quite useful and so kind of under it. The cost of kind of broadly makes it underwrites the field acquisition really to a degree. You wonder why they didn't do the deal, but but we just had this feeling that. We knew we had a great community to work with in south and he's a fantastic community. And we knew we had a good community to work with. You could see the direction of travel in south born with You know what was happening already. People like David and Nicholas Donna. The White Bear the chaplains done lot of house You know even. Just, a real good feeling about this every the property look really underpriced and e thinking they're. This place is going to go nuts. You can just feel it. And of course when you're running a pub company, the other side of the country. You don't know those things so living down here so everybody. Of course he was falling down on me. There's a lot of emotion I'm going to the site when I was a student young game. You know slotted there, so you kind remember all and everybody was very fond of it. And as soon as we announced we bought it, it just went. Absolutely massive I mean we I did a walk around for the echo as well and it was quite breathtaking. How bad it was really was. Walked around. It was three ceilings. In some parts of different ceilings, and of course it was, but yeah I mean now. You know we've now got plans. Provisional Plans to Tony back into hotel upstairs, so we call three holiday flats set the marlins plus two other flats plus loads of accommodation for staff. Anything else, so we go. We go plans to probably next year now. We would have started this year. We'll go for next year. Yeah. It's it's been wonderful, and and we did the final of the current building back last year we converted the. Garage to the back into function by function events base. So. It's been good, but we pride ourselves on nine of our sites in the entire group derelict closer win pumps before it was reinforcing the point that we were chatted about which was the number of people here even though I'm on the sea front, who think I get canceled support to be here? They said all the accounts must be really helpful. You know. They always hope you're even with reservations. At the moment. Being close they must be great must be really good. Having the counselors, a landlord and just presumption that you're part of the place making only come here. You know you've really transformed Boston. It was known as the Chateau you know. and. You have yeah, but you don't get the opposite to support I. Get I get on well with of now look at challenges. Historically, but you certainly don't get any financial support, even if you get a few more claps and cheers now, but it's the same as you were saying, know you you. You get taxed in the same way that you wouldn't have had any support with, but not only are they not being supported that potentially making it harder, but what you did help transform saplings. That was a big property. It was derelict for years. It looked a mess. You lifted high-street by renovating and police agents. It was a single biggest question they had about the highstreet when we actually announced. We bought it the first thing that we do Russell up visuals the outside. Because it was such a problem to the agents in the air, they were asking us to say. What's GonNa look like what's going on, so it's GonNa. Just give me one of these asymmetric visuals. You know the flowers and the baskets in the science, so they go show that it will eventually actually. We turned it round much. Of, project but to. SPEND ON A. That's that's developing. big-ticket, big big number, a real bossy call for us. It was I'm not gonNA. Number was that in your God it was like seven right? Yeah, I, remember it being exploded in two thousand, fifteen sixteen. We just went nuts. Because I really wanted to, but I was so pleased, because I knew I couldn't afford it and it was going to be expensive, so. It was a good kind of pretty much. Yeah, it was a big role of the dice, and my who runs all the property? Sorry Simon. Cost gone up again and you go okay what we found and he said well, they still do the little through. Somebody's nato-led off the roof, so we can affect. You need to replace the roof and that building is a monster. So we have to, so we literally you could stand, and then we realize all the flaws around obsessed so unite on viewings. I even took Christmas the counselor. This time around the upstairs was condemned. We shouldn't have been up there in front and we couldn't even check the back of the building because it was so rotten. But basically five hundred goods with Allegra and author roof meant three hundred grand roof needed. Pleased you did it because I thought somebody's GonNa come office down and rebuild it. But it was. Really pleased. This costs if. I. What was most bizarre? Remember Saints Myself, a Fist Costco's past one point six million, or just turned into houses. Just get planning for houses on. It went over on. The good thing is the pivotal point for us was when the local start get behind run. Yeah, this is going to be a big on. This is going to be really good for us. And it was, but we did it. You know I saw was a Derek Wettest? Spoons puppets too small for them and Portsmouth. A second sight was an old outreach pope on the eldest POTPOURRI development. That shirt for three years was derelict. We remodeled that sites. You know, so, we We've always gone in. An toughed it out and gone for stuff that we think. We know we know. It's not alchemy. You know we're not sending you know. crapping to go, but just we're just going and looking for things that bigger companies missed. I remember it for drinking the green king voice very well, and they acquired the company that we were buying. The Headley's from only say was. You can easily narrow it down. Bringing the public director is a friend of mine. You don't WanNa. Take the steelers, are you? and. He said now he said we looked at rubbish, and he said we looked at. We looked at the area and we've looked at it on Google maps and taking great. You know great big companies do things that way. They woke up it down the street on the computer, and they don't get the Vibe, and then they'll get the energy and they don't get. EXACTLY RIGHT SO He was mad I mean we. We just I remember the first week we open it. We just couldn't believe what was happening. And it still is still an actually I can announce today. It'll be the first to reopen. Really yeah out of the whole of the UK for pre K., because we're all close to it. We have the following I well. Yeah, because we're nervous, you know I mean like all operators and nervous rule never something we will think you while the have is GonNa, go, you know what's GonNa Happen and we know we've got the space off got an amazing GM doc Just, read experienced guy and very capable. A very cool was never panicked and he's always. He's always very YOU PRETTY WANNA pay increase if he lists. But anybody. Super fate he runs up and down your everyday. You'll see him in a minute, yeah! He wants a job. No, but I mean. Come in panic. And we'll deal with people really well, because we all worried, you know we all worried about you know what this is going to be like. But. You know that will be the one that will open, and yes, he's going to try and for us as actually the best returns always are we spend obviously the most on the sites that have derelict closed. You're also known from predominant freehold rather than yeah. Yeah. We are seventy five percent frilled. So, you must yeah, yeah, well, it's the It's partly sway if you know at the end of the day if you want to raise money. Investors want protection, and if you can give them a good brand which I think. We've got a decent brand you. Can Grow, and has any has grow. Your businesses, current and relevant so whether it's crappier. Experienced busy toes on a million pounds a year just for master calcium masterclasses, Bernie Kennedy so that we have a lot of innovation in a huge amount of experience now sitting in drinks sector for experiences with the market. So you know you give listen, bestest tick, tick, tick, tick tick. And you could independent we free holds. puffy. Is a pretty good investment for people and actually. Life Roads I'm not many battles. We landlords I was GONNA. Say a few decent wealth been quite reasonable. Brenton disposes. I'll have to say I mean I've been watching all the. You and I follow the same people I'm sure, and I look at all the the the really valid opinions that are flying around I, also see a lot of rhetoric, and I say Agassi things backfiring a little bit and worries me. I've I I've got a couple of retailers notes about three retail leisure development site, landlords and I've got a couple of private. Commercials I don't do pub. Co leases I'm not into the actual and You know I don't have to say. I mean Elvis bits for us. He's not relevant or interesting, but outside of that there is no market for them, and if I put a police into a group of pubs now, this toxic pill as a poison pill in deal so I am Reefa me and a lot people that have a different view but I i. don't support him now. I wouldn't bring him in. I'd like to speak as an ex tenting least direct drinking. We know better so. Just in case big enough anymore I think they just want too much. On I think and I feel very sorry, because tennis cost-saving have increased. Proportionately Greater. Than the landlord's costs Orlando, the senior last two years is lower interest rates. And attendant to set to suck up all the rest so i. don't get it anymore and I said I speak from the other side of the fence. But. I have to say I've taken the attitude. If you can get aggressive, we landlords pointing emotionally landlords and But thank people breathing annex, and and I've tried to take did a deal last week. with the landlords I try to take a different approach because he had something that I wanted, which was extra space. And, he had something He wants I. had was some capacity to pay some rent and. We got to be challenging about this thing, so we're not getting any income and we're going to be spending. Probably the best part ten thousand people signed. Into sanitizer stations screening and we haven't had any revenue. I dread to think of any millions. Pounds of. Revenue I've lost in the last thirty weeks. So, so yeah! At the end of the day, it doesn't matter how good your bank covenants or if you don't take any money told. Pro eubanks so so it's tough for everybody, but I've tried to be. Collaborative and tried to listen to the landlord side of things as well and and I have to say on balance I'm very happy, you know. We got all sorts of mixture of different things going on. We've got enhanced deals. We've got the usual things where some people have said well, we'll wait rental. Defer payments, or we'll give you breaks, but people be more creative in some areas as well and they've talked about giving you extra space and. Coming up with investment plans are coming out of the back of this sorts of the things and I think you. You've got to write your own balanced scorecard and I don't want to. I try to listen to too much of the noise going on somewhere else because they're expecting you to come them. With, all of that. And and you know pads. and I've said one discussion negotiation aspects. I'm not going to give you that I'm GonNa give you something else to think about and I. Sit think for long enough in any negotiation. You'll find things that were few and things that we're for that. It just feels like it needs to be shed basically, doesn't you can't the hundred percent of the burden? No, I'm. Trying to do that, I haven't had one nine. They'll try to do that so and and you know I mean I have to say we in the most interesting almost AFL. Who? They come up with blinding proposal and we didn't even get any gone to them. We were on our list of landlords to ring. Ages came out with something with a wow. If you go out with everybody else, we say. You know a onto too much, but it was a great deal. You know it was a free recognized and a fat, but again that's a That's a public body. Now people would supply the same principle USA. Surely the council have been sympathetic and down here. You can't say I am not canceled. Tani than have been very sympathetic I think they've just gone into seized up there just terrified of making any cool either way down. Unofficial Truce Chris. That's what we've got. WE'VE GOT A. Thing. For me. an not everybody would agree with this locally. Some people need clarity sooner and I've been desperate to do a deal because it's very hard to negotiate at the moment until we know we'll coming outside, so you just touched on this. What what is it going to be like an? If I'm going to be closed down him on the see from? There was very strong case to say that we shouldn't open tonight next year. We shouldn't. We should just skip the winter, but the difference between numbers GonNa look after November after October. It's always the time we run loss anyway in the winter. Winter, but normally we have the. We have the revenue from the summer to carry us through the winter, but absolutely it made sense to the only reason we generally open is to keep the team employed ready for the summer, but we can't afford Harry the team through this winter, so you know until we get more clarity, and and maybe if if we get to trade July and August and it rains for two months. That's very different to have an absolutely stunned. July August personally I've to be said. Let's sit around the table over coffee when you see crap to be dating within the time. Yeah, we'll meet up at the end of the summer will make a plan and we'll see where we're. Talking About Right I mean I always think we're? You know we're the winds with. At things that they can give you which don't cost them that much and look at the things that they really need. Because what happens is well on going to too much detail, but when you get to a situation talking the MD of a very well known retail leisure, the kyw is talking about massive redundancies team keeping his investors bank of at, and he's bankers at bay. The guys building showed us you know, and actually so I can always someone discussion and we came up with a great life. What was a really good plan holding on? Anybody you you I said. Do you scorecard look at all the things you want to achieve? This deferment payments where you feel because there is no added value to can come in the way that maybe a wave a waiver is the right thing to do. You got to look at in the context in which you're paying and I I was talking to somebody else week. Osram me for advice on a US. When. He told me he was ranked. As if you pay your rent, shut your mouth, 'cause. Banking Sector, so don't put the guy or any precious evey gets external advice you could be. The next review, so you know. I mean you know if they can secure right now. Trying get future rent resume reviews resolved. A great win is to extend the lease. If you're happy where they need leverage the bank one of the ways they can leverage the negotiation in a rent. Discussion is by tagging on an extra year on the stuff at suit shoe. Because you clap, it'd be that. They! You know if the circumstances are right the pianolas working you can kind of map out your rents op. He is I, mean I I like Pr Renton where I am. How much is going to go by captain? College and you don't fall out with anyone. No, it's true. With anyone you know whether it's a business right there. That's been years. Argue tenants when I was in gain about you know. Why don't you complaining now? At least you knew, the wrench structure was GonNa Bay, and of course it's not work so somehow my fault and sometimes it is and people I'm doing their jobs to support. And sometimes just things go wrong and I was playing the landlord. Yeah, I, think you learn as life goes on I. Think in the early days you felt you fall in love with the premises and you just want to, and you'll almost do anything and then later come on. And you realize to be fabric to chat about earlier. Who knows my Lenovo Center? perfectly logical, rational human being. He's a businessman easier with looks at it goes zero revenue. You know whatever the deal is. What comes with kind of reflects that, and it's fine, and it's you know again. It's like we haven't even agreed yet. Because the minute. I'm like I don't know. When I can. Say. Let's we know we'll do. We'll sit around the table and with fresh to to be fair to the council. They've been very good in the fact, they've not. They've no hassle me. I've kind of put my point of view day for that point of view and I said that's reconfigure warns, and also let's sit at a table. Let's not try and organized by Zoom. Zoom take over people's rights I. Like sitting face to face with somebody. Just tell the truth Sharon. The numbers chew the fat, and yet they're on a number of cash. Burn on a monthly basis. You thinking about got four hundred twenty fellows. Got A. Skeleton team still working, but security costs. We got pest control issues which you have to ramp up typically in London. Because soon as soon as the humans aren't around, you really going to defend your properties against things like that. You know you've got concerns. We were worried about things like riots. The beginning to fight burglaries actually touch word that's been. That's been okay. One fire. which was been, and that's okay but you've got this cash grown anywhere. This is cash presumably, so you haven't needed to go for bills out, but you had you had money. I guess was bring ring-fenced or lot. ring-fence ripon. Sounds, we have we have reserved. We have reserves. We've got a development onsite. Slow down into back, but. We are You know we we. We were in pretty good shape. into it, knowing perfect shape or not, you know at the end of the day. You call lost forever. Nobody can many places. Any business can last for too long was probably much cash. The backdrop incident was the perfect storm scenario. We're GONNA. Have a helicopter flew overhead in a minute so? Sale the might copes. But you know you had you had tough trading conditions on the highstreet. In general. We had a period of stasis three years. Greenwich At the end multiple elections than we had a very wet, saw me on winter site for us. You know it's the most. Challenging that. Because! They're making sure that West Palm Chris. Is What it is. Militarism that. I'll. I'll tell you right. About everything conspiring against us, but you know. That's the good thing about hospitality retail seems seems to be extremely fragile years ago. I got involved there. It was changing licensing laws and like all. These working parties, you know government to these focus groups. They've already decided what they're gonNa do, but they can tell everybody that the consulted. and was at one in London. There's a coffee station and you get all the kind of civil servants I'm one guy sets the other. Day and he said Pretty much set with again. What's going to happen anywhere? The other guy said Yeah. He said the good thing about this self healing. And it was very interesting. Statement are hurt and walk back. And I was come into the Coffee Cup of shaking associated. Was that bloody angry? You know the the an pubs and hospitality is always being self healing. You Chuck the fast at Taxation Regulation Bit Licensing Beer as PR s increases, bids fees all this nonsense. That we have to wade through and yes, some things. Some of these things are very beneficial to us than useful and something's adjust tax by the back door and you. Just deal with it, but this. This become deal with this now. We can't do we all so vulnerable to it yet like I said such an important part of the reason to live on planet fan. Absolutely finds SOC- we don't WanNa live my. Life in our in my living room, one hundred percent relative. Niceties we, my wife and my daughter is wonderful timing the time with my daughter now being home schooled, he loves. Those, she's thirteen. Okay? Yeah, so eleven and twelve year old at home as well. Watch my wife, the teacher. She's going back to work a couple of days. Okay. A little stretch from the business perspective, so yeah, I've got one for the next couple of days actually, but it's been good. It's been good to spend in the conscious of time which we're going to run out very shortly. sepals Guy and reopening. Then he said when was about it? You're going to kind of open one so some statistics I'm doing Carl from CGI at the guys behind the stats, the industry you know there's a lot of people. It's not just a case of saying okay. You can open on the twenty second or the fourth, or whenever is and the industry will bounce back most operators saying that. Not only they won't. They call venues on the same day, but it doesn't seem to be a rush to just go. Okay great here. We go with straight into profitability. What the considerations for you around reopening and your your biggest concern? My? David. My Biggest concerns is going to be cash the cash good in the first couple of weeks, so we modeling every sites PNL not to sit back and open, and just burn cash. Because then it's going to put jobs at risk. So we can't do that. We've got the get the right level of investment that you We're very. We all get invest, and we all GonNa make the environments as safe as we possibly. Can we get that wrong You know that's going to be a problem for us that we have to. We have to make sure that we We get the right side, so we've got to focus on the big Delta sites because everybody knows that gardens are GonNa make people. site feels safer. We've just had a survey completed across our business. We Service Monitor Group, so we've. We've talked ninety three thousand guests on our own database and. Interesting point was made is that our guests are not frightened of us? They're frightened of each other really. Yeah, which is a great thing? Should even when asked about two meters meters wherever the government regulate, people want more than one, so that's interesting dynamic. What do you do about that now by having that in place means that. It will make the regulation the regulation environment around social distancing sight easy for us one meter. But. We still be conscious. The fact people will want space between each other can't just is not a licensed to sunny pack morning again, so we've got to be mindful of that so we're gonNA take a phased approach who are going to open fi sex five five sites over five days. I'M GONNA. Take a breath. I'm going to see how they all The hold of the senior match rookie in the business alongside manages which is constantly GONNA be talking to people. And I'll be nationwide, so we're going to really scattergun across We know we'll be. There's one in London that we picked out in the first trunch. down here. We'll pick a couple of good garden sites on the Sakho so it'll be a couple more down here. That will go first and Yeah, then we'll just listen. To people and people feeding that be huge amount lessons learnt We've been training our staff now for twelve weeks, so we run the leadership programs. We driving up especially training. We have six weeks flow for induction training. We've brought flow up-to-date. Nearly every team member now competed fully compete to their induction quite tense, because it will be analogy expecting people. Yeah, so you know we've got all people ready. We gotta get people in the right mindset. We've done a huge amount of welfare support. thraw teams because. People around eighty percent pay nothing to two. Weeks and So. We've been concerned how people be. Feeling suffers to tell him how to feel that time, but we'll keep an eye. On you know. People's healthy, okay, mental health physical. We do mental health first aid training with a few of. What if you have more senior management innovation this at operational level? So yeah, we got lots to do and. I feel. Confident. That was in as good a place as we can be, we need. Guests to come. We need guests to be patient and supportive and understanding that we might not get it right. Sometimes, people forget a bit of the protocol. The new protocols have to relearn that there that jobs now but I do think that there You know this going to be some opportunity outlet. In a long simply looking at potential fundraising right now. As well so. Obviously, if If the opportunity presents itself. You need to be ready. To Base I. Think isn't the. lossing I want I want to do is He's he's lose anybody on way my fear right now. We feel on I'm speaking generally know about my business particularly as an awful lot, people colonel furlough, probably unemployed. Absolutely, they just don't know yet. And hundreds of thousands I would say I would say you're probably right and I need to make sure that. The work is damn hard as I am from it and myself. My Business Partner Committee March when we. We shut the business ahead of a police. told us to close are pretty angry way. He played out in the Monday night because we saw trade collapse on that Tuesday morning, To me. That was just. What's the expression being too unkind? Boris account in a panic. Discussion. Why not you know, just pick up the phone. Speak to Katie. You would say. We need to jump. We'll jump together. We'll tell us not come to. I'm telling you guys to close close now and get ready. get the business ready. We'd have such a place. Quite a few operators didn't do themselves any good that week. by fiercely resisting having to close closed early as soon as I knew the fellow was coming, and we knew people packages in place I. Did what the problem I've had this debate with people about when you should have closed. On a closed on Tuesday morning. What she's I would have panic. My tape I would terrify them I needed to wind the business down. We close on Thursday afternoon. and I it was the right thing to do gentle closure we had full. We communicated with our all of our team members every single day or not we can. We saw every single team member on that Friday So so. We closed gently. we're going to reopen in the same way gently and say in supportive for all teams. Okay, and what's lastly government support changes to the package them and they every time they get asked the question they come out. We say look we we've given you. See Bills we've given you grounds. Even though seventy one percent of the hospitality sector doesn't qualify for them What what what what? What more can they do? Fairly good. He's probably the best thing. The government is done yeah. I also think that the chancellor is. I feel very confident when he's got his hand on the Tiller. Yeah so I think I think that's been good. Still Kid ourselves. The government have not given us. Yes, t-bills, all done is agreed of package of guarantee and support to the bank who make. Give us. The money based on the level of guaranteed support, they will get from government. Nobody is giving anybody anything. That's exactly all these borrowings are the grants I would say be very good. you qualify for a couple of you. We were cunningly. I think we were to out in both directions we were fifty was between fifteen and fifty one. I one, thirteen, one, fifty, three, and this one was. The one benefit of buying very small tires on the underdeveloped pubs as that you know, we have reasonably decent RV values on a couple of sites, so we did okay on that one so so that's been good. But Yeah I. Mean You know? Rights holiday. Anything else you'd need. That comes up any other thoughts on something. We need to VAT Thursday. We need to borrow. We all were very hard as a population, this country to flatten embarrasses Sombrero. You and I have some Brera. Friday Saturday Sunday. We need the. We need Weenie Joe public to come and see us. Monday, Tuesday Wednesday case please flat the trading patterns. We don't have the capacities on the key shifts. So. Come and see us Monday Tuesday Wednesday night. Please make that your Saturday night. Because it protects the shifts teams that are working. Flattens the trade. We don't have the capacity and if we can move. Because, we don't have the capacity. We can move staff hours from the weekends into the mid weeks. If you give you come and supporters in the Midwest and we can protect jobs. That would be amazing. Certainly most the models in at best opening five days, not seven. Yeah, and the reason for that is because it means we can run on one team whereas being open seven days a week from eight in the morning till eleven means we need three teams, but the problem with that is a sixty percent and team, and then and I need them back in April. Yeah, we need to articulate. Heartbreaking thing is we know although I mean I'm worried now of credibility. You know the message government. I mean that's wobble debate. Now people were doing is they told in the first few weeks? It almost seems Ward Mobile Tibet and I'm worried about that now. Because there was a window of opportunity where government could have said look if you're working from Home Jimi, friends nightime the puck lanes though. You're going to tell you you're gonNA get good deal. Probably, and if you work from home in a rocket up kind of cool, pass they up a site, the boss will see you zoom at nine o'clock. You'll look, you'll pull it off. Mainstay Saturday flatten awesome Brera now. Message think we can get that out to the public and say what you know. What can you do? Come out come out on a Tuesday or Wednesday quieter helps everybody out everybody out, but the thing is to protect jobs as well because then we can stay in seven as we can spread, it shifts out protective, but he's income. It won't make any more money for us. We're GONNA make. Sure come, we yeah, we keep the team, but will protect teams, and that would be great, and that doesn't mean that next summer for us. Certainly be aware very seasonal with our outside space, but yeah, we can keep the teams employed right I've conscious that you need to. Thank you for. People go to follow either you personnel. The business says. Is there a particular our? I'm dreadfully fashion when it comes to social media, I keep getting told off. I do it. Yeah, just yeah, carrier, pigeon or Morse Code. So just. Let me, go on. I, think no, I, tell you what? They use it, but you do use. Do Yeah. Do use link independent, but. I I I keep in total yourself more accessible. I know many rant and rave on facebook share that. All linked through to that on the show notes for this as well, but also link through to to kitchen, but yeah, thanks in the time and Yeah, good luck finding a way through your the votes will meet next in your place, and I don't. Want to keep saying the NSA all the operates in this era of got to know each other really well into Banja. Today from Las Paradise. On I'd say, say now niceties now they're all talking communicating and I just feel pretty big bear on perfect. Nice Independent Party. Right, thanks! Popped linked to Chris's linked in channel in the show notes that humans of hospitality, dot photo. UK, as well as link through to his business, please check them out. And whilst you, their wine on sign up for weekly newsletter from me, it's a simple. Website, I promise not to say you any rubbish. You'll just get any email once a week with an update on the latest guests and any special news or Info. I think it makes sense to share. Okay. Thanks for listening. I will be with a new episode on Saturday morning I. If you could just do me a favor, please pick up the device. You're listening on. Find the. And hit that five star review button. It makes me smile, and that will make you feel good to facts.

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#B280 (brown rice to bruin)

The Dictionary

14:18 min | Last month

#B280 (brown rice to bruin)

"Hello word nerds. Welcome to the dictionary. We are at the last section of page 158. So we're going to finish up the brown words about halfway through this episode. First one is brown rice two words. There's little little burp. I just drink some water. Let's see what happens. We're just going to move on break push through this is a noun from 1916 how old but unpolished rice that retains most of the brand layers endosperm and germ germ is not like bad germs. Although there's good germs so it seems based on, you know, brown rice and brown bread things that tend to be Brown at least in food boy. I'm going to probably get a lot of crap for this but in general, I think you could probably say that they tend to be a little bit healthier than the white versions. I'm ninety-nine percent. Sure. Are brown rice healthier than white rice brown bread specifically whole wheat bread is healthier than white bread. When they when it's white they've gotten rid of all the good healthy stuff specifically here in that says, it's unpolished it retains most of the brand layers the endosperm The Germ I think that's all the good stuff. So yeah, if you can choose brown rice over white rice next is brown rot two words noun from 1863 a disease that stone fruits as Peaches caused by a fungus that awful disease of I don't know what I just said, but it is a disease of stone fruits caused by a fungus and the genus name is Mona Linnea, especially scientific name mono linyah rucola. So yeah watch out for brown rot. Next is brown sauce noun from 1723 a sauce consistent job. Quickly of stock thickened with flour browned in fat I know in England they have HP Sauce. You can now finally find it in the states. I think here and their wage but I think they call that a brown sauce. It's not catch up. It's not barbecue sauce. It's something different. It's super tasty and but I don't know if that's this kind of brown sauce or a different kind but it's probably this kind and I'm sure there's other obviously Brands HP is just the big the big one like here in the states. It's Heinz, you know that sort of thing, Okay. Next is brown shirt one word noun from 1932. We have a couple synonyms first one is not seem so I guess not. These are called brownshirts probably cuz they wore brown shirts and then especially the synonym Stormtrooper. I don't think that they're talking about the Stormtroopers in Star Wars. That's cool. Will be where Star Wars got the name Stormtrooper from though. I should know more about history. Next is brown stone one word noun from 18461 a reddish-brown Sandstone used for building a number to a dwelling faced with Brownstone. I hear about these a lot in New York. I guess that's a lot of a lot of buildings called Brownstones cuz they took that reddish brown. Sandstone. Next is brown study two words noun from 1532 a state of serious absorption or abstraction a state of serious absorption or abstractions that must be boy. I'm not entirely sure what's going on here. This does not make sense in my brain. When it says Sirius absorption, I'm thinking of like a sponge maybe when a sponge is able to absorb a lot. They call it. It's a brown study, but the word study is throwing me off. Also, the word every action is throwing me off if you know anything about this. Let me know next is brown sugar two words noun from 1697 soft sugar whose birth. Those are covered by a film with refined dark syrup. I've always sort of wondered what what makes brown sugar brown sugar. What's the difference in why is it so darn good soft sugar who's crystals are covered by a film of her fine dark thoughts. So it sounds like this is not a natural form of sugar. They had to actually add something to it, which I guess I'm not a really big fan of but I do sure love me some brown sugar Palm. Next is Brown Swiss two words capital b capital S noun from 1902 any of a breed of large party Brown dairy cattle originating in Switzerland. It's a brown cow and it's from Switzerland. So it's a brown Swiss. Next is brown tail moth brown tail is hyphenated and then muff noun from 78-82 European tussock moth, that's tussock tussock moth introduced in the US and having larvae which feed unfolding and have hairs irritating to the Skin So if you touch it it's going to irritate you maybe you'll literally get hives or something. I don't know and the scientific name is dead you predict this Chris or Roya Chris Surya. Next we have brown tree snake three words noun from nineteen forty-seven a large venomous arboreal colubrids snake of North Australia New Guinea and the Solomon Islands that has been accidentally introduced into other areas as Guam. So when they describe all of these different plants and animals that have all these adjectives in this case venomous arboreal colubrid or colubrid it helps to be able to figure out this thing is if you actually know what those mean so, you know, obviously I recommend waiting until the end of the dictionary this podcast to go till to learn about those ones colubrids. We're going to learn arboreal. We probably read in the a is if you don't know what venomous is you can wait until the v's, you know, I guess there's maybe other ways that you could look up these words to find out what they mean, but You know, obviously I would recommend that you just listen to them in this podcast. So but yeah, if you don't know what those what those words mean you're not going to really understood this understand what this means, but I could not tell you cuz I'm not entirely sure what color it is. Although I have heard of it or Boreal means that it's in trees. And the scientific name for this is boinga or Bodega irregularis, huh? That's interesting that it's a regularise and let's see. What is the brown tree snake. We are moving on to brown trout two words. And I think this is the last Brown word noun from 1860 to a speckled European trout widely introduced as a game fish and the scientific name is Salmo true Tha Next is brow Ridge one word noun from 1887 a prominence of the frontal bone above the I caused by the projection of the frontal airbag sinuses. Next. We have browse first form of verb from the 15th century starting with transitive 1A too consumed as browse not entirely sure what that means. But I think we're going to learn one be synonym is Grey's to to look over casually synonym is skim 3 to access a network by means of a browser. And that would be I think Google Chrome Safari Firefox Opera was one. I don't know if that's still around but I think it probably is you probably know some other ones by the time you listen to this. Maybe those are all going to be gone and we'll have different browsers or we'll have a whole new system than there are no browsers anymore. Now, we have the intransitive verbs one a to feed on Earth as if on browse. Yes. I think we're going to learn what browse is in the next form cuz that's a noun one be sending them again is Grey's so Grey's is a synonym for both the transitive and intransitive definitions to a to skim through a book reading passages that catch the eye so that's similar to the one in transitive and to be to look over or through an aggregate of things casually, especially in search of something of interest browsable is an adjective. Okay, next form second form of browse is a noun and this is a yeah noun from 15231 tender shoots twigs and leaves of trees and shrubs used by animals for food. I I've never heard of this. I they they call those things browse. So you can you can great news on browse and the number 2 and act or instance of browsing. So let's see. This is probably from anglo-french brout, which means Sprout of Germanic origin akin to the OS is that like old Swedish old Saxon home? Maybe one day I'll remember that. Okay. Now I have to find my place. I came to the old sex and Bruce or Bruce kitchen which means to sprout and perhaps to them. English breakfast which means breast and there's more at the word breast. Next is browser noun from 1845 anytime. I see that word I think of is Mario's a villain Bowser, but that's a little bit different number one one that browses to a computer program used for accessing sites or information on a network as the World Wide Web next. We have brucella brucella noun from nineteen-thirty any of edginess brucella of non motile pleomorphic bacteria that cause disease in humans and domestic animals. And this is from Sir David Bruce. That's why it's called. Bussola Next. We have similar word brucellosis noun from nineteen-thirty infection with or disease caused by Bruce Ally and Bruce is the plural of brucella. Next. We have Bru seen b r u c i n e noun from 1823 a poisonous. Alkaloid see twenty-three twenty-six and 204 found dead with strychnine, especially in nux vomica. What is nux vomica? I do not know and you X next word v o m i c a Let's see. This is probably from the French or the new Latin Busia or brewcadia, which is the genus name of Bruce Saia antidysenterica, which is a shrub. And our last word for this episode is not the last word on this page, which we are going to move into the next episode. But this one is Bruin Bruin noun from the 15th century and we have the number one definition for the word bear bear. This is Middle Dutch. It is the name of the Barrel in Reynard the fox which is probably a book or a poem or something from way back in the day Renard the fox. Who is it is not a walkie Bruins, I think so maybe some sports team has decided to use this as their mascot. So our words were brown rice Brown rot brown sauce. Brown Shirts Brownstone Brown study brown sugar brown Swiss brown tail moth brown brown tree snake brown trout Brownridge browse browser. Brucella brucellosis brucine and Bruin. Well, I'm going to stick with the pattern from yesterday's episode and I'm going to say brown sugar will be the word of the episode. Although I was very fascinated by Brown study. I will firmly admit that when I was a kid and maybe even when I was an adult, I would just take a spoonful of brown sugar and I would just eat it and it was awesome. But if you're a child and you want to do that, you should very much first ask your parents. So I'm going to end this episode are thank you very much for listening as I often say please rate this especially if you're on Apple podcasts, but if you're listening on something else, please read it review it. 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Full Episode: Wednesday, November 6, 2019

World News Tonight with David Muir

21:51 min | 1 year ago

Full Episode: Wednesday, November 6, 2019

"Are you hiring with indeed. You can post a job in minutes. Set up screener questions then. Zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today. Indeed dot com slash tonight. That's indeed dot com slash tonight tonight several developing stories as we come on the air the impeachment hearings about to go public public. The first televised hearings Dowsett the showdown will soon play out in front of the country. The first witnesses set tonight the testimony. Just reveal the top diplomat a West Point Grad in Vietnam vet who says he had a clear understanding this was a quid pro quo. Also news coming in tonight about the American aircon families ambushed and killed in Mexico. New Images of family members. Returning to the Riddick seen our team there as well and what we did not know. Deadly commute commute tonight. Dangerous driving with a major storm already bringing frigid temperatures and up to six inches of snow in some places from Minnesota all the way east to New York the accidents. It's already tonight at Ginger is here to type it out the urgent hunt right now for dangerous fugitive. He is thirteen accused in a double murder. He escaped a holding room. Allegra Straight and where they're searching tonight this evening. The interview. The death row inmate convicted of murder. More than twenty years ago sentenced to die it just two weeks. Does new evidence cast doubt on his conviction famous. Names coming to his defense. The prosecutor says he did it Deborah Roberts tonight with the interview the airport chaos the pilot and the cockpit. Triggering hijacking scare pushing a button accidentally. Tonight's a very common holiday gifts that if you buy the next twenty four hours they they say they'll send you cashback. We have the list at jeopardy James Back. Will he face off with the librarian. Who beat him she goes back to this is CBC tonight with David Muir? It's great to have you with us here at a very busy Wednesday night and we begin tonight with the impeachment showdown about to play out in front of millions billions the first televised hearings. Now set and among the first witnesses West Point Grad and Vietnam veteran. Bill Taylor the top diplomat in Ukraine whose previous testimony behind closed doors was made public just today what it reveals tonight. The American people will also hear from former ambassador. Maria Vich who says she was a target of a smear campaign gene led by Rudy Giuliani. And when she asked one of the president's handpicked ambassadors for advice she says she was told to go bigger go home. She says it was suggested she sent out a tweet tweet. Praising president trump now the American people will hear from them and decide for themselves and ABC's Mary. Bruce leads us off from the hill today. Democrats announcing they're taking their case taste directly to the American people calling key witnesses to testify before television cameras starting next week so those open hearings will be an opportunity for the American American people to evaluate the witnesses for themselves but also to learn first hand about the facts of the presence misconduct first up. Bill tailored the top American diplomat in Ukraine. Democrats think he's their strongest witness today. They released his closed door testimony showing why Taylor told lawmakers president. President trump outsourced America's Ukraine policy to his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani. He testified it was his clear understanding that Ukraine would not receive nearly four hundred million dollars in key military aid until they agreed to investigate. The president's political rivals Taylor said he was initially confused. About why the money was being withheld and grew so concerned he sent a rare cable to the secretary of State. Mike Pompeo it was palm. Peyot who personally asked Taylor. A career career diplomat and Vietnam veteran to take the post in Ukraine. Everybody make specific Mike Fail. Everybody makes mistakes also testifying next week former Ukrainian ambassador Marie Ivanovich. She told lawmakers she was the target of a smear campaign led by Giuliani and that she reached out to the president's ambassador counselor to the EU Gordon Sunland for help his advice. You need to go big or go home tweet out there that you support the president but Uganda which refused fused and was later removed from her post. She testified that she felt threatened. After learning trump told the Ukrainian president. She was bad news and was going to go through Bruce. Some things in the face of mounting evidence Republicans. On defense there are perfectly appropriate. Quid pro quos. ooh And there are inappropriate queen probe on cable. TV insisting there's nothing to see here hold on. We have Mark Meadows right here Congressman Meadows. Can we talk a lot so he. He's walking by right now. But Republicans are really struggling to defend the president. Okay great struggling on okay so congressman struggling on anything. Bruce Live from the Hilton. I didn't marry Republicans. Say they're not struggling tonight. The White House is beefing up. Its team to handle the impeachment inquiry. Well David the White House may be dismissing these hearings but they also know that they need a better strategy to push back against them so the White House is adding two people to their team. The the president personally knows entrust to defend him. It's something that Republicans on the hill have been asking for. David Bruce on the hill leading us off Mary thank you. There is reporting tonight after that horrific ambush of American families in Mexico. Three mothers and six of their children were all killed family members returning to the scene today one of the cars. They are riddled with bulletin. Burned inside the vehicle. A mother and her four children were killed and tonight here we learn more about another mother who left her infant in the car to put her hands in the air to show that they were innocent. She did not survive. The baby did. ABC's Tom from Mexico tonight tonight. Relatives of the American family ambushed in Mexico are a demanding justice. Their anger reignited. After visiting the crime scenes seem the drug cartels carnage up close their loved ones vehicles field with massive massive bullet holes in total nine people killed including six children tonight. The family telling me the men who killed the relatives are animals who opens fire are women and children. Julio Liberal Roane a relative was tasked with finding the families after they realized something had gone wrong he discovered one of the Mothers Christina Langford. SUV's she was dead on the floor. Her arms spread out to gunshot wounds in her chest in the passenger seat her baby fate Houlihan shot this video of the infant. A gunshot had gone through the canopy of the car seat. We found the baby and the and the an underneath the carshield. Two more bullet holes the victims. All part of an extended extended family a fundamentalist Mormon sect that has lived and worked in North West Mexico for decades today. The Mexican government explaining in this remote border region to who different cartels are locked in a war. They think since the families were traveling in SUV's they may have been mistaken as norcal gang members. One of the reasons why the drug cartels are so prominent prominent in this area is because it is a remote border region just driving through here as you can see incredibly difficult there are never any winding roads mountains everywhere you look. It's so hard to get here. And that's one of the reasons why it's so hard to police and yet despite this rough dangerous terrain thirteen year old Devon Blake Langford Trek for fourteen miles oils after his family's car was attacked. His siblings bleeding from gunshot wounds when he didn't return quickly his nine year. Old Sister Mackenzie set out to walking for several hours. Before briefly getting lost their mother. Donna found dead when help arrived and today some of the youngest survivors recovering in a hospital. As this family family copes with an unimaginable tragedy. David tonight we're not far from where this massacre took place in. You'll notice the large military presence just behind us. There's also a police presence as swell through protecting the roads but they're also protecting the surviving family members here in this area of Mexico and tonight we did speak with the father of those two heroic children. He was fighting lean back tears as he called it a miracle. What they did but he also says this has destroyed his family and he's not sure the family can stay living here? David Thomas and the team please stay safe. Thank you and back here at home tonight into a dangerous commute this evening for many all part of a storm on the move bringing very cold temperatures up to six inches of snow in some places a deadly accident accident near Milwaukee a car smashing tractor trailer on the side of the road. This system stretching from Minnesota all the way east to New York retired out for you. Maybe he's Alex Perez from Lake Michigan in in Chicago Tonight Snowy Commute for millions in the Midwest that fast moving storm now marching east driving already. Treacherous in Wisconsin in part of I ninety four shut down for hours. Authorities say weather was a factor in this chain reaction crash involving a pickup truck into semis. This is creating quite a mess on the frontage roads. Just look at this backup out here right now. This is the detour but tragically north of Milwaukee and I forty three. A car struck a disabled semi Mike Parked on the shoulder. They were on the side of it trying to change a tire. Salt am also Kim. Along the driver driver of the car did not survive roads treacherous in South Dakota to outside rapid city drivers struggling for traction and this car colliding getting into the back of that school bus luckily no students on board at the time and David Harris Chicago. There's a lake shore flood advisory tonight or tomorrow we could see waves up to ten feet. High Wind Gusts of up to forty miles per hour. David all right. Alex Perez is why they call it the windy city. Thank you we do WanNa time this out for everyone at home because is it really lasts straight through the weekend to refuse as ahead. Let's get right to chief meteorologist. Ginger Zee timing for US tonight. Hey Gender Hey David there are two parts to the storm so when you look at this map that southern learn part is going to bring a flash flood potential tonight through tomorrow from Oklahoma through Arkansas. Right through the ozarks there and then the northern part is where that kind of really cold air by tomorrow morning by the way it'll feel like eight in Minneapolis and then that colder interacts with all that moisture. And that's why we start to pick up snow from Kentucky into West Virginia all the way through western Pennsylvania. The Interior New England could get three to six inches of snow and behind. It is so cold it is so windy Friday. It'll be clear and it'll just be really frigid. Look at the numbers by Saturday. Saturday morning the subfreezing feels drop all the way to Jackson Mississippi. But this is nothing compared to Monday next week when we're talking about temperatures Minneapolis actual air temperature around zero David. All right. We'll take it when we get a time. Ginger thank you less than a year now to twenty twenty the presidential election and tonight many are looking at last night's election results for any clues in Kentucky where President Trump won by thirty points Democrat. Andy Bashir declaring victory the incumbent. Republican Matt Bevin tonight is calling for a re canvassing of the vote and in Virginia Democrats have taken control of the Virginia House. And the Senate now here's ABC Senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega tonight. Kentucky's Republican Governor Matt. Bevin refusing using to concede. This is a close close race. We are not conceding this race by any stretch he trails. Democrat Andy Bashir by just fifty three hundred votes and is now demanding recanting of the voting machines last night the election ended. Bevan who is deeply unpopular was counting counting on election. Eve boost from president trump. If you win they're gonNa make it like home and if you lose sticking to say trump suffered the greatest defeat in the history of the world. This was the greatest you get. Let that happen to me tonight. The governor's race too close to call but Kentucky. Republicans did sweep Every other statewide race for Democrats. The night's big win came in Virginia. Were they took back the state legislature the party now in complete control of the State House there. The first time in twenty-six years all right to live at the White House tonight into Celia countdown is on less than a year until the twenty twenty election. Not just the presidential election of course Uh some key Senate races in two thousand twenty tonight news. At the president's of former Attorney General Jeff sessions is about to announce. He's running for his old Senate seat David. He is expected to make that announcement tomorrow tomorrow. Also being the one year anniversary of the exact day that he was fired as attorney general the big question right now. How is president trump going to react to this news? You'll remember remember. He's called sessions. A disaster disgrace. The biggest mistake of his presidency. Sessions might be popular back in his home state but David here with his old boss not so much all right the Alabama voters will decide thank you. We turned out to that urgent hunt tonight for a fugitive charged in two murders. And he's just thirteen. He escaped from a holding room after after a court appearance getting away barefoot and in leg restraints authorities senator now warning the public can. Here's ABC's Stevo. San Salvi North Carolina authorities tonight have helicopters in the air air and police on the ground all searching for the fugitive thirteen year old. Who for now? They're only identifying as Jericho. W even though he's a juvenile they're taking the unusual all step of releasing his booking photo after he escaped from custody of state law enforcement officers Tuesday while returning juvenile court in Lumberton state officials say he was wearing wearing leg restraints and no shoes when guard opened a door and he ran. Police say he was being held on serious crimes. Accused of two counts of first degree murder and robbery robbery with a dangerous weapon. They explain they have a high degree of concern for the safety of both the juvenile and the public do a prior history of assaultive and unpredictable. Behavior his family members say they've struggled with the boy for years and tonight are blaming authorities. We don't know if he's GonNa Return US dead or aw account is out. Then they should have to pay for. Police are now warning residents. Who Live in the search area that they may here low-flying helicopters through this evening? David a very tense night ahead. Steve Thank you now to the death row case in Texas gaining national attention tonight tonight a man convicted in a murder twenty-three years ago scheduled to be executed in two weeks. He has always maintained his innocence tonight. Is there new evidence casting doubt he Hessam high profile names coming to his defense now. Prosecutors say he did it. ABC's Deborah Roberts with the interview from death. Row Tonight tonight. ABC News was is granted rare access to sit down face to face with convicted murderer. Fifty one year old Rodney read. I am absolutely it in nineteen ninety six. The body of nineteen year old stacie sites was found on the side of this rural country road near Bastrop Texas old nineteen year old Stacie Steitz header plans and she had her marriage coming up and now somebody's taken that away. The community stunned Rodney Reed was later arrested and convicted of her murder. A crime for which he has said on death. Yeah through for twenty one years. The right man has been convicted beyond a reasonable doubt of Stacey sizes murder. He's had every bit of justice that could have come to him And over and over and over again they say he's guilty reads always maintained his innocence and in exactly two weeks. He said to be executed queued. If a new jury were to hear your case what do you think would exonerate. You know that if they hear this case that this case it was will itself exonerate me. Reads new powerful legal team. The innocence project is fighting for his life saying crucial DNA. The evidence was never introduced at trial or collected at all. Many calling for reads case to be revisited including celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Riana and tonight right more than one and a half million people have signed this petition. Appealing to the Texas governor to stop the execution so evidence can be investigated the support love of this out there for me. I try not to think about being executed Deborah Roberts with the interview from death row tonight Debra. Thank you at overseas tonight. The scare playing Out at the Amsterdam airport a major security scare after a pilot accidentally pushed a button. Signaling a possible hijacking onboard passengers and crew evacuated from an Air Europa flight when the pilot highlight accidentally set off that alarm. Triggering those protocols for hijackings at the airport. The alert was canceled. Just a few minutes later. They're still much more ahead on world news tonight. This Wednesday to massive a fire threatening homes emergency crews on the scene in the northeast smoke and flames through the roof. Their families evacuated. They're now trying to protect neighboring homes. More in a moment your money tonight some very common holiday gifts and the stores that say if you buy the next twenty four hours they'll send you cashback. We'll have the list and a half court shot at halftime free tuition. 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The House had to pull back when part of it collapsed homes on both sides damaged. No injuries reported actress. Catherine Catherine Deneuve has been hospitalized in Paris. The seventy six year old is being treated for a minor stroke tonight or family says she is expected to recover but that she will need rest and no pressure tonight. University of Nevada student Reece Yorke shooting from half court free tuition for a year on the line if he makes it look back nothing but net and free tuition now for everyone even the mascot funding tonight here America. Strong Jeopardy James is back and so is the librarian named Emma who beat him jeopardy James WHO's made his mark earlier this year. Unless you've been living under a rock for the past two weeks you know about our current champion. James Thirty five year old Professional Sports Sports Gambler from Vegas a thirty two game streak. Winning two point four million Kim's death in good is oxidized yes. We'll see US Louis right at these. 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Simplify. Simplify. Simplify.

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Today got flipped upside down and changed and suddenly appeared the whole back to normal ish sort of or how about better because our lessons being learned right now that we can apply. And I'm GonNa make sure I apply and help you play as well. It's the Daily News for motivation dot com every single day for a long time since two thousand six stepping in the door with one simple mission when the world goes to to hell in a handbasket. It's Sarah I just really. I think it's all crazy when that happens. What do you do and back just not so long ago? That could've been somebody looking at you. Going what you say to me. Also Davis run. What's a little bit different these days isn't it they? Everything has gotten flipped upside down. That's okay it's GonNa work out just fine. We just need to kind of stay in the game. How's your mind man hasn't been busy? I like too busy my mine. When we're in times like this is busy. My mind makes a big difference. It makes me relax a VC. My mind with all kinds of little things that make mind just go. Okay what do I do now? I do that at the same time. I enjoy. Simplicity of what's happening right now. That's where we're GONNA TALK ABOUT TODAY. And the simplicity that I think is a really really big. It's a big old flag. That's waving saying. Hey a simple simple simple as a really good thing how are you it's me. Scott Smith Founder. Chief motivating officer here at motivation. Who'VE DOT COM? So happy you're here today as we As we go through this together and we sure are busier than ever these days. I could not have imagined that was going to happen that I would actually go into a time when less is going on and I'd be busier yet more content than ever and one of the things that I think helping me to do. That is my secret weapon. I've talked about it before blinking. You've heard about blankets right. I know you take your personal development very seriously. Well it's hard to find time to read and learn more. 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That's bleakest spelled B. L. I. N. K. I S. T. BLINKS DOT com slash boost. To Start Your seventy trial. You'll also save twenty five percent off but only when you sign up at blinking dot com slash boost. So I call this thing. The we are going through right now. The great pandemic pause. Because that's what happened. Everything's pause economies ponds. Your life has caused a lot of spas now. I haven't paused a whole lot. And I'm calling my clients and calling my friends every single day and and trying to unplug them. I'm trying to come on. Let's do something. Let's go do whatever you can right. Now it's a crazy time I know but it's we're still here right but it's a great pandemic pause but tell you what for every day we go into it? We get closer to the end of it and as you look a little further you start to see that light way at the end of the tunnel. Maybe you may not be able to see it. But it's out there but most folks I know right now are living a little simpler world. It's simpler than it was even just a couple of weeks back now with few exceptions. If you're a first responder your world is not simple right now as you're on the front lines and it's rough and I love a lot of different folks first responders. You know who you are if you've been affected by this or by your health or somebody else in your family affected. Their health has been affected may be lost them. Life is not slow right now but for the vast majority of folks in America and around the world life has become slower. There seems to be more time in the day. Have you noticed the Russia used to be day-to-day seems kind of distant? Now that happens when we move through these processes as we look back. You have ground yourself. We talk about that a lot around here. Eventually as you settle in the the reality becomes the reality and eventually you to settle into what it is now. I'm always afraid when that happens. I am because I don't necessarily want to go back to what it used to be yet. I don't want to settle in where it is. I want to see if I can make something better at what just happened. Because the great the great pattern break has talked about. Last week has happened now in here. We are floating in this great pandemic pause. Is that such a bad thing to be floating. The storm is going to pass. It will pass always passes and you know that when we reignite our lives things will be what you make them so. Why not consider some lessons from a few very smart people in the past now? I'm a big Fan. If you tune into me over the years you heard me say something. Probably win it. I said way back in. I think I said in two thousand five. Yeah we did PODCASTS. We started podcast actually very early. Two Thousand and five one of the first out there before itunes podcast I was doing. Podcast was out the motivation of movement. And then the motivation to move show and then the David. Bruce came along and one things I've said from the very beginning was I like simple because simple works now at the time. It was just a very simple statement. I didn't think much about. I just knew that he didn't like complexity like simple. So I began to say that I would say lose drama. I like simple simple work but if you look back in time a lot of people have said something similar that Leonardo Da Vinci. You may have heard this before. Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. So for those of you who are sitting around these days. Feeling like What am I? I'm just a lazy person hanging around doing nothing. No you're sophisticated. You're keeping life simple. Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Learn to keep things simple. This is a great reminder right. Now get this complexity in the sense that you're trying to figure life. Maybe we're going to get paid next. I get that but the buzz is out there simple now. Confucius life is simple but we insist on making it complicated. Oh yeah a lot of for the fun of it. I've caught myself before now. I talked to myself sometimes. I've got the woods. I'll talk 'cause I talk for a living and I'm thinking all time sometimes to be honest with you. I've done this so long now. I can't really tell if I'm talking to you talking to you're talking to that guy. It just kind of weird and so I kind of work stuff out. I notice sometimes even in my head because what. I do often as I try to help. People simplify things and therefore I must get complicated so I understand how they're seeing things and try to simplify so oftentimes I'll find myself living own little world where there's not a lot of stimulus going on and I tend to get things a little bit more complicated because we naturally want to do that. Insist to Papa doing right. So Confucius life is simple. Yeah I really is. It's breathing in breathing out. That's about it. Maybe go in the bathroom and eating some food occasionally. It's about it but we insist upon making a complicated right now much of the complexity in your life has been ripped away it has created a few other things that may be complicated and if we don't settle things and we will settle them but the things go on longer than we'd like it a little bit more complicated but in a very interesting simplified way. We're not running one hundred ninety mile an hour right now. Are we things get different when you slow down a bit? The Art of being wise is the art of knowing what to Overlook William James so just a few weeks ago knowing what overlook was pretty superficial when you think about it. If you're smart you knew it overlooked but most people. They just weren't paying attention so they overlook the wrong suffered not at all now. A lot of people are overlooking the news about the wisest thing to do. You need to watch occasionally but the art of being wise is the art of knowing what to overlook. So what. Are you going to overlook now? What's out there that you can overlook can replace that. With a feeling of positivity moving forward can you find something to excite you the get you to the point that you get revved up. No matter what's going on. I had been working really hard to that for a couple of weeks. Now just to keep myself. I got myself pretty pumped up right now. You might be able to notice. James Warner aways back said. Simplicity is making the journey of this life. A with just enough baggage. Most people I know have had way too much baggage and look at what's going on in this great pandemic pause. I'm seeing something really really different. Most people aren't missing much of that baggage. They used to carry around all day. Long feels familiar. Maybe I'm going to get back to that but I challenge you and I question you can be maybe during this time you could grab the simply simple life right now and hang onto the best parts. Don't allow that crazy stuff to come back into your world. Is it possible yeah? It's simple and simple forks every time gift to simplicity. It can be overlooked and our desire to complicate life so head. Unwrap this gift. You've been given us with Grayson by the way that was good. I wrote that is pretty good okay. I couldn't come back tomorrow and all week long. We'll be here Mike. We always are and another operation. We mentioned show coming. Did it live last week in a little bit different? This week I'll send an email like too heavy as part of the show. Joy will be back on that reinvention literally about you. What can you do right now to re invent your world while the world's being. Reinvented what can you do about see tomorrow right here?

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Full Episode: Sunday, October 11, 2019

World News Tonight with David Muir

20:57 min | 1 year ago

Full Episode: Sunday, October 11, 2019

"Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions then zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started indeed dot com slash tonight that's indeed dot com slash tonight tonight the emergency evacuations the wildfires now exploding in size seizing an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash tonight that's indeed dot com slash tonight was not targeting. US troops we have the latest here at home the school district taking action tonight after one of its middle school teachers is recorded going on a racist rant those staying behind using anything even garden hoses to fight the fire authorities saying one man died as a result of this fire suffering cardiac arrest properties this woman suitcase packed on her knees praying firefighters can save her home out eight hundred acres per hour dozens of homes have already been burned to the ground many fleeing through those tunnels of fire the escape routes filled with blinding smoke and flames after a fender bender in the school parking lot the abduction from a playground tonight the FBI hunt underway for the man right now after a remarkable moment the US special forces in Syria tonight Turkey now saying the strike was in response to terrorists firing mortars near those US special forces saying Turkey three year old girl found alone church and Longtime Fox News Fixture Ship Smith reveals he's leaving the network what he said today on his last day in Los Angeles Communities Caught in eight whirlwind of fire settled rich fire exploding overnight more than a thousand firefighters and we're on the scene live tonight dramatic Dan Capitol Hill facing pressure from the State Department not to testify the former ambassador to Ukraine shows up at what she generating this massive firestorm take a look at the inferno down there we watched hundreds of acres burn but one hundred thousand people order in sunrise the fire scorching more than seven square miles helicopters and air tankers in full out assault that's eleven thousand earn deadly tonight the Saddle Ridge fire in the San Bernardino Valley bursting across more than seventy five hundred acres fire officials calling it a major emergency flames destroying it it's out of the US tonight is Rudy Giuliani part of this investigation to what we've learned Justin tonight president trump says he's reached to deal with China the first phase they're standing guard this basketball court the last line of defense before this house fighters using sauce to hack into gated says about President trump that he wanted her out it comes twenty four hours after two associates of Rudy Giuliani who helped investigate Joe Biden in Ukraine were arrested with one way ticket hundred gallons of retardant and when the fire line hits that it just stops residence now comforting one another some losing everything Easter he's what the Chinese are saying tonight the horrific attack in a shopping mall the man with a knife rampage near a starbucks the UK late today the explosion hey this is ABC news tonight with David Muir good evening it's great to have you with here very busy Friday night and we begin tonight with the emergency aww apartments and an all out battle against apocalyptic flames fueled those cowling Santa Anna winds the wind is so pow for all here it is news and strong winds gusting up to sixty miles per hour of course fueling the fires ABC's chief National Correspondent Matt Gut minutes on the scene he leads us off tonight inside the house popping off that fire apparently caused by burning trash from this garbage truck trash was dumped off to the side of the road evacuations underway right now a hundred thousand people on the move the wildfires exploding at least eight burning now across California to near Los Angeles they have the vegetation at least one person there did not survive so let's get back up and he's live tonight and we know the winds have been driving the fires met all day long gusting more than sixty miles per hour at some points and they're still red flag warnings and places we go into the night the wind is really been the story here David those red flags warnings expected to persist through the night and tomorrow night and with gusts of thirty miles an hour you can still feel it those fires are going to be kept alive now it was news from across that valujet saw that ignited this house incinerating it in just minutes all that's left is this chimney and the owners told me they only had time to get out with their passports San Bernardino the sandalwood fire incinerating dozens of structures in hours off those pops ammunition tonight we're following that blizzard warning in the middle of the country this is interstate twenty nine in Fargo North Dakota and we're tracking a Nor'easter right off the East Coast Meteorologist Rob Marciano tracking it all for us hey rob anyway behind closed doors Ivanovich told lawmakers she was forced from her job under pressure from president trump according to our opening statement obtained trump telling lawmakers she'd been told there was no wrongdoing on her part but that the president wanted her out and tonight twenty four hours after two associates of Rudy Giuliani were arrested it's and their lives David thinking about all those families tonight backup in thank you mentioned those red flag warnings are being extended in California through tomorrow night now all back you eight many driving through tunnels of fire but sitting in this hour fire crews scrambling to save homes and spread thin the New York Times she was abruptly told in late April to come back to Washington on the next plane Ivanovich says the Deputy Secretary of State explained that the president night for firefighters night critical fire danger extreme fire danger from inside adventure all the way down to San Diego improving somewhat tomorrow but there's GonNa be pockets of really bad stuff blizzard warnings still up false claims by people with clearly questionable motives and she placed blame squarely on the president's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani who claims Ivanovich was blocked king investigators from looking into trump's political opponents including Joe Biden that stems around the ambassador and the embassy being used for political purposes the former ambassador and had lost confidence in me and that there had been a concerted campaign against me even though she was assured I had done nothing wrong trump has made no see nations called the idea that she was disloyal to president trump fictitious she described herself as incredulous that she was removed from her post based on unfounded turn down to the dramatic day on Capitol Hill facing pressure from the State Department not to testify to former ambassador of Ukraine did in fact show up and what she said about President option policy in Ukraine today. ABC News has learned federal prosecutors are investigating the business relationship between Giuliani and those two men is Giuliani part of this investigation what we've now learned here's ABC's Mary Bruce Up until the very moment defiant Maria Banovic walked up to the cabin David Kohl front of that blizzard is slicing through Louisiana right now we're getting a thunderstorm this in in part creating those Santa Ana winds which are going to create another teach me inquiry trump called Ianovich bad news later saying she was going to go through some things today Yovanovic who has served in six administer at the trump hotel crane soon Ivanovich says those businessmen may well have believed that their personal financial ambitions were stymied by our anti it's of the Upper Midwest that low spinning into Canada the cold front slicing through we're looking at freeze warnings tomorrow morning wind chills are GonNa be in the twenty s from Chicago back through Oklahoma City and there's that Nor'easter as against the president especially now that they're able to question witnesses like Yvonna Vich today warned that they are corrupt interests fighting against the US quote selling baseless tariffs president trump plan to impose next week are now on hold and the markets sure liked it dow closing up more than three hundred points it's not a done deal it's not even in writing yet the president called it phase one the Chinese vice premier called it progress towards a positive direction but the new it'd smart he was never considered a good senator he was only a good vice president because he understood it should start an investigation into the by because what happened in China is just about as bad as what happened with they could have to find more land when the president announced this meeting last week he suggested he may ask the Chinese to investigate Joe Biden just as he had asked Ukraine China with respect to the by the president railed against Biden last night in deeply personal terms calling his son hunter a loser and you father was never rid of his disdain for the former ambassador very very bad things about it for a long period of done not good in the July phone call with the Ukrainian president that sparked this in are also points a finger at Giuliani's to business associates who were arrested this week trying to leave the country this video from twenty eighteen showing them laughing with Giuliani in for a rally in Louisiana twenty hours after launching one of his most vicious attacks yet on Joe Biden what he said overnight here's ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl spiracy theories to anyone who will listen she said quote sadly someone was listening and that our nation was worse off because of it David Bruce live on the hill all day today for us tonight just a short time ago House Democrats holding a call at the end of a very busy week about how to move forward what are you learning tonight David Democratic leaders feel they are building a strong told lawyers for the whistle blower have informed the congressional committees that their client wants to answer questions in writing and not in person they have cited response to terrorists firing mortars near those US special forces saying Turkey was not targeting US troops ABC senior foreign correspondent Ian Panel in Syria for us again or let's get to Mary Bruce She's live up on the hill tonight and married a former ambassador today while testifying describing the State Department now as quote attacked and hollowed from within and we not thank you there is late word from the White House tonight president trump now saying he has reached phase one of a trade deal with China tonight what the Chinese are now saying the president announcing this deal before Lee Sern for the Whistle Blower Safety David Giancarl on a very busy week thank you John Late today the explosion near US special forces in Syria Turkey says the strike was a kiss Barack Obama's s Giancarl with us live at the White House tonight John President trump reporters short time ago attacking the impeachment Subtropical Storm Melissa we'll continue to slam this out the South East Coast doing here we got to get going back to Rob Marciano get back inside rob thank you onto explicit grid coordinate detail of the locations of US forces and Turkish shells also landing new one of the prisons holding isis militants raising although it wasn't clear if she was coming at all the State Department told her not to appear but facing a subpoena the former ambassador to Ukraine showed up uninjured but it comes just hours after the Pentagon promise took he knows where

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Full Episode: Monday, May 20, 2019

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Full Episode: Monday, May 20, 2019

"Hey, I'm Brad milkey from ABC news. And if you like world news tonight, I wanna let you know about another podcast that I host called start here. Every morning in twenty minutes. We'll give you a whip around the biggest stories driving the day with context from the people who are covering them up close that includes David Muir, Tom yomas, the whole world news tonight team so start smart and subscribe to start here. Tonight. The urgent alert as we come on the air at this hour, the high risk tornado threat right now. Authorities warning of a particularly dangerous night ahead. They warned of toward NAT super cells that could likely bring long track tornadoes, the ground for miles, it could be life threatening digits, rob Marciano full there. Live tonight. They're standing by. Also tonight's the for Riddick seeing the police officer shot and killed era. Major American University officers responding to a call. You can hear one of them say I've been hit. I've lost my weapon, President Trump taking aim at Joe Biden tonight headed to work Biden's from Pennsylvania, and what Biden said that got a reaction and tonight, the Fox News, townhall with mayor, Pete, the bullet. He got a standing ovation. Thank you. Spending. Chilling kidnapping on the street. A mother screaming for help for eight year old daughter pulled into a car at the moment. Tonight officers burst into a hotel room to save the deadly house explosion, husband, and wife inside one of them, surviving debris, scattered homes damaged for blocks, ABC news exclusive climate change. At what these humpback whales can tell us our correspondent in Artika as signed his take a major step and you'll see it right here the scare at the Eiffel tower tonight and after the bowl full sightings off Cape Cod, and that deadly attack tonight. The great white Dow spotted off Long Island just outside New York City. This is ABC news tonight with David Muir. Good evening. It's great to have you with us to start another week here. And we do begin tonight. A very tense night ahead for millions. There have already been tornadoes on the ground this evening and thirties have issued their highest threat level in two years, predicting those long track tornadoes in the hours ahead that could be on the ground for miles. In fact already tonight. Look at this, the images coming in now this tornado in fact, just moments ago before we came up to the studio touching. The ground near Oklahoma City, we've been monitoring the live images all afternoon to tornadoes taking shape. They're in Oklahoma line of thick, black clouds. That's actually a super cell. You're looking at hovering over spinning wind turbines nearby. This new fear of an outbreak. Tonight comes after a terrifying weekend. For so many more than forty reported tornadoes, hammering eight states over the weekend this monster tornado right there. That's Minneola, Kansas. And an e f two shuttering homes and Geronimo Oklahoma winds of one hundred thirty miles an hour reports of new damage already coming in tonight. The threat is expected to last well into the evening dangerous one. Head ABC meteorologist rob Marciano leading us off in Oklahoma tonight. A rare high risk tornado outbreak now underway across the southern plains, we've got to tornadoes that are now developing there's a tornado. There's a tornado families bracing for potentially violent and deadly long track. Tornadoes, as nighttime approaches dangerous situation. We have debris flying. We can barely see down the road. Tonight's outbreak is the culmination of a weekend of powerful tornadoes, and severe weather. Storm chasers out in force. Semi over the road in front of us tractor trailers flipping south of dodge City, Kansas. Accuweather meteorologist reach Zimmer intercepting this twister. South of north Platte, Nebraska, you was taught outside is vehicle. I just had the point my back into the wind and hunker down. In Geronimo, Oklahoma. This home was ripped apart by one of over forty tornadoes that came through this area over the weekend. The couple that lives here, we're inside this house. When the twister hit the woman inside this room, these walls collapsing in honor. She was pinned to the ground by pile of bricks many Oklahoma schools closed today. And this is why. Six years ago today in complete darkness, briar wood elementary school teacher, Robin, deeds, capturing this video of her students writing out a violent tornado. Oh my God. Oh my God emerging defined total destruction. Everyone surviving at this school that he f- five twister wins above two hundred miles per hour, claiming twenty four lives. Let's get to rob Marciano right now. He's live in Oklahoma near the border with Texas and rob. I know you're monitoring a very active situation near you right now. That's right. David tornado warnings abound. We just had a cell come through our position about twenty minutes ago with three areas of spin, it is just a few miles behind me. Now, we have confirmation that, that cell has dropped a tornado on the ground. Everything that develops in this part of the state of Oklahoma will be heading east towards a highly populated area of I thirty five which includes Oklahoma City as nighttime falls, a very dangerous night ahead Marciano leading us off tonight. Rob. Thank you. Stay safe. And as you know, rob meteorologist ginger Zee is also in the storm zone cheese in Moore, Oklahoma tonight, ginger. It was six years ago, you and I were standing there in more after that devastating tornado will never forget that. And I know years later, they've already closed schools as rob pointed out ahead of this system. Everyone taking this seriously and you're in one of those storm shelters that saved so many people the last time. The last time and this, David is actually a brand new storm shelter that this family put in they've got their food their flashlights. Their radios ready to go because this is the type of shelter that will keep you alive in the type of storm that made its way through here, six years ago today and the type storm that's going to be on the ground in parts of Oklahoma and other areas in the plains tonight, look at this particularly dangerous situation from Midland, Texas up through Missouri. Parts of Arkansas tonight and much of the state of Oklahoma. It's not just the twenty two warnings. You see on the map, but the atmosphere that is violent right now and ready to erupt. So as that line congeals tonight you could see eighty plus mph winds. You could also see flash flooding. I don't wanna leave that out. So if you're in Tulsa, or if you're say to east of Oklahoma City, the high to eight inches of rain, that's how a lot of people ended up dying in these tornadoes situations. It's not the tornado itself. It's the water, then the storms move east tomorrow. Mostly Missouri, and Illinois, David, I have to tell you, I'm right across from that school where we met this dime, six years ago today. It is abnormally quiet, and I'm so glad to hear that because people are really respecting the weather and prepared the state home, or ginger, thanks to you. And to rob Marciano into our entire team in the storm zone. Of course. We'll stay on this throughout the night. In the meantime, we're also following that horrific scene. In Auburn Alabama tonight three police officers were shot when they arrived at your answering a call. One of the officers calling for help saying I've been hit. I've lost my weapon officer William beak, Nur, did not survive, leaving a wife in two children behind then, overnight and into the morning urging men on for this man armed with a semiautomatic weapon. ABC's Victor KENDALL in the moment, they got who've been victories in Auburn tonight, Alabama police responding to a domestic disturbance, call when kale's breaks out. The suspect hitting three officers. I'm going to have a journey kit. Forties on the scene. Sing the gunman was heavily armed. We're in a helmet. Officer William beak their shot and killed the gunman fleeing. A massive manhunt ensuing police capturing former military veteran, greedy Wayne, Wilkes in his mugshot, his face battered and bruised. He faces multiple charges including capital, murder officer, beaker a thirteen year veteran leaves behind a wife and two children filed the worst day of my time here and yeah, just, you know, words cannot express the, the loss for this family and our family. The other two officers expected to survive. The suspect had no previous interaction with police. The district attorney says they'll pursue the death penalty David victory Kenya tonight Victor, thank you. There is a breaking headline involving President Trump tonight. A judge has ruled that his longtime accounting firm must turn over those financial records this as the president heads to Pennsylvania tonight. We're Joe Biden is from the president, making it very clear that he believes Biden is his biggest threat. Here's ABC senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega tonight. With his supporters lining up to see him tonight. President Trump heads to Pennsylvania, with one man in mind Democratic Front runner. Joe Biden, the president tweeting, he's in the White House because of Biden and the man who took him off the one percent trash heap president. Oh, President Trump won Pennsylvania, by just one point Biden just held his first rally there. She go, what the first and most important point climate proposal is. Throng. Some Democrats frustrated by Biden's momentum Senator Kamala Harris has faced questions about whether she'd be Biden's running mate. She says, he's the one who would make a great number two. I think that Joe Biden would be a great running mate, as vice president. He's proven that he knows how to do. The job also grabbing the president's attention, south bend mayor Pete Buddha. Judge President Trump mocking his age on Twitter Buddha, judge is thirty seven. How would you handle the insults on the attacks on the tweets and all of that? The twits are. I don't care. Judge brushing off the president's attacks in a Fox News, townhall later bringing the crowd to its feet. Marla standing. President Trump didn't like that tweeting hard to believe Fox News is wasting airtime on mayor Pete. Let's get the Suny Bay, she's alive at the White House tonight into seal you the president as he heads to Pennsylvania's likely aware that a federal judge has now ruled presidents longtime accounting firm, west handover those financial records, the Democrats in congress were asking for yet. David, this is being seen really as a test case for this White House, as they refuse to comply here with this growing list of congressional subpoenas. The judge today ordered this accounting firm to hand over ten years of President Trump's financial records for just the president and his businesses. The president just a few minutes ago. David Wade in here, right here at the White House. He called this, quote, totally the wrong decision by an Obama appointed judge. He's going to appeal now. David, what we have you one more question tonight? Former White House counsel Don Mcgann was also subpoenaed to testify before the House Judiciary committee that was supposed to be tomorrow. But tonight, the White House tell him again the defy that subpoena. Exactly the White House says that they're doing this for what they're calling constitution. Precedent. They say this is to protect future administrations. But Democrats this have a lot. They wanna talk Don Mcgann about. Remember he was mentioned more than any other witness in the Mola report as for what Mcgann does. Next, David, he had previously indicated that he would follow the White House's instructions. Biggest starting another week at the White House for cecillia. Thank you next year to the abortion battle in this country. Now withing tonight at appears the evening, Louisiana is the next battleground new law, restricting abortion is in the works, ten states, the ones in red on the map there and acting strict abortion limits into law. Alabama essentially outlawing abortion last week while three more states and blue there have new restrictive legislation now pending and tonight, both vice president Pence and President Trump are weighing in with very different messages. Here's Mary Bruce. As the abortion debate takes center stage. Tonight in Louisiana. The democratic governor stands ready to buck his party and sign a Bill that would make abortions illegal once a heartbeat is detected before many women. No, they're pregnant. If it passes, the only exception will be if the mother's health is at risk, like the law recently signed, an Alabama. And Bill passed in Missouri. There are no exceptions for rape, and incest, Missouri's governor giving his seal of approval will sign it. And I've always supported the pro-life movement here in this state. Challenges are already in the works. But vice President Mike Pence says he's thrilled to see that many states around the country are embracing life. Proud to stand with us president proud to be a part of the pro-life administration. Mary Bruce with us live tonight from Washington, and Mary, we heard there from the vice president, but the president himself now, indicating that some of these abortion restrictions he believes have gone too far. Well, David the president is distancing himself from some of these strictest new bands tweeting over the weekend. I am strongly pro-life with the three exceptions rape, incest, and protecting the life of the mother. So while the president is taking issue with parts of these new laws. David, he has also promised to make sure the Roe v. Wade is overturned David Bruce live in Washington. Mary, thank you. We are also monitoring tensions between the US and Iran tonight that carry a group now in the Arabian Sea after the US said there were do threats from Iran. President Trump tweeting if Iran wants to fight that will be the official end of Iran. The Iranian Foreign Minister tweeting back that genocidal taunts won't end. Ron and tonight, President Trump now denying reports the US is looking to negotiate with Iran, but adding, quote, Iran will call us if in when they are ever ready. Backyard home tonight into that kidnapping or playing out at Fort Worth Texas mother walking her eight-year-old daughter when a man in a car grabbed the girl, and then drove off a doorbell camera actually capturing the mother being knocked down there. She then runs for help ABC's. Marcus more on the moment police burst into a hotel room to save. The girl Salem Sabotka was missing for eight hours tip from good Samaritans sin officers, bursting into this Fort Worth hotel. That hotel just ten miles from the quiet street were thority say, a stranger fifty one year old Michael Webb, took the eight year old from her mother in broad daylight. The community responding to an urgent call to find that car. The word spread to Jeff Keane, who spotted the sedan at the hotel when my friend texted me that his daughter being kidnapped. I was like, well, let's, let's go. Let's do something. Do police chief praising king, and all of those who helped search for Salem bay become heroes here in the city of Fort Worth, and we're damned proud of it. David Leath afternoon. The police chief, we met earlier was relieved of his position. The city manager saying his firing is unrelated to this case, but everyone is just thankful that Salem is back safe with her family, David Marcus floor with us tonight, Marcus. Thank you. We're going to turn next to seeming to an ABC news exclusive our journey to the bottom of the earth. Tonight. We're scientists are convinced that humpback whales. Can tell us a lot about climate change and its widespread effects? ABC's James Longman is in and Arctic as scientists take a major step tonight. A journey to the ends of the earth. Speeding across the frozen wilderness of Antarctica which trucking groups of humpback whales. American scientists in the World Wildlife Fund. Hey, using specially designed drones leading the search slaving Wales up there. Slaving Wales coming time, we approach these awesome giants and get a view from above gathering. Vital information to better understand the impact of climate change food is the whole point of this mission to get as close as possible to these whales and tag them with these GPS systems that can tell us so much more about that baby across the on toxic peninsula. Eighty seven percent of the glaciers hair all receding creating more open water, which is actually helped grow the humpback population, but warming waters a threatening a small crustacean called krill. The main food supply, full humpbacks and the bedrock of Antarctica's entire food chain. They represent the health of an ocean, ecosystem to be able to you have enough food to support a way, a let alone a population of Wales all of these things have to combine together to promote life into promote food being there of two days of attempts to tag away all the scientists zero in this camera attached to the trucking device. Successfully planted on the humpback. This work is also uncovering of a dangerous research, has finding plastics, heavy metals even flame retardants in the systems being pioneered is some of the most important for this viral of our planet, this place is stunning. But more than that, it can tell us so much about the risks. We face David are James lawmen, our, thanks to you. And our team and James will have much more on those contaminants that discover inside the whale's plastics. Those heavy metals James mentioned. That's later tonight on Nightline on the journey to the edge right here in the meantime, they're still much more ahead on world news. Tonight this Monday, the surprising discovery in the waters, just outside New York City, a great white shark has now been spotted. And of course, it comes after multiple sightings off Cape Cod, and that deadly attack. What we're now learning tonight, also news coming in about the measles and it's not good. The alarming new numbers out tonight. We'll have them for you and major scare playing out at the Eiffel tower that thirties rushing to the. Seen today. And we have news on that front as well. Lot more news ahead on a Monday night. Stay two. Get cashback for shopping, you were already going to do racket in is a free member base. Loyalty program that lets you earn cashback on shopping. It over twenty five hundred stores like Macy's best, buy, Nike, and more shop online internet percentage of every purchase you make up to forty percent cashback every three months members are paid the pay pal or another method. Sign up today at in dot com. That's our A, K, U, T E, N dot com. Capital. 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Connecticut shark tracking organization Oeser says this is the first time the organization has ever gotten a ping from great white in the Long Island Sound, the researchers tagged the male shark off Nova Scotia last year with a digital monitor which they're able to use to track its whereabouts. Shark has been on the move in recent months from Florida to Delaware. The organization announced the new location of the nine foot eight five hundred thirty three pound shark named cabinet with a tweet using the sharks handle. Hello greenwich. How are you today? New England states are concerned about shark activity going into the summer months after last summer's deadly shark attack on Cape Cod. Unknown shirts by mail party first fatality there in more than eighty years shark attacks in the Long Island Sound are extremely rare the last time a person was attacked here was more than half a century ago in one thousand nine hundred sixty one David Lindsay. Thank you for that to the index and a deadly home explosion in Jeffersonville, Indiana, a husband was killed his wife in critical condition tonight that it doesn't homes were damaged. No word on the cause get to that scene. Unfolding at the Eiffel tower today. Shut down because of a man climbing up the side about twenty five hundred tourists were evacuated. Some were forced to remain at the top thirties have taken him into custody tonight, and the CDC is now reporting this evening. Eight hundred eighty confirmed cases of measles in twenty four states. Forty one new cases, the largest number in twenty five years funding tonight, here, America strong but graduates and the surprise gift here. Steve Olson saw for the class of two thousand nineteen at Morehouse college. This is the best. Graduation gift of all. All in a lesson in paying it forward. Everyone went into tears into hugging into crying together billionaire Robert F Smith surprised every students, their parents and clearly this man, my offering to pay off school loans of every student about to cross this stage, this morning, over one hundred thousand dollars in student Llamas and. Now, I'm debt free. We're going to put a little fuel in your bus. My family is making a grant to eliminate their student loans. He's committing up to forty million dollars. Smith is quietly, one of the richest men in America, a venture capitalist and captain of industry worth more than five billion dollars. This incredible gesture sent students dancing to get their diplomas and has them ready for the war. Stevenson, Saami, ABC news. Atlanta. Wow. What a gift from Smith paying it forward. I'm David Muir. I oversee right back here tomorrow night until then good night.

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Full Episode: Wednesday, July 29, 2020

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Full Episode: Wednesday, July 29, 2020

"Tonight the new headline as we come on the air, the number of corona virus deaths in the US. Now topping one, hundred, fifty, thousand America with a thirty percent increase in deaths in the last week the federal government now identifying ninety eight emerging hot spots in thirty states, Florida and Texas reporting record deaths in the last twenty, four hours in Texas they have crossed grim milestone tonight with dr saying everyone is exhausted hospitalizations and the rise in thirty nine states and Puerto Rico the debate continuing over reopening schools what the secretary. Of Education acknowledged today while visiting a private school in North Carolina with the vice president saying there is no national plan to reopen schools today president trump doubling down on his supportive a controversial doctor who had said masks don't work and who had pushed hydroxy chloroquine. The president has called her an important voice tonight Joe Biden calling her quote at absolute disgrace at the president is also trying to scare suburban voters and tonight the president's staunchest allies now testing positive just before he was going to board Air Force One with President Trump. Do interview tonight the president pressed about reports of Russia's alleged bounties on US troops Russia allegedly paying the Taliban, the president pressed on his recent phone call with Vladimir Putin did it come? The president saying the call was to discuss other things and the major move involving twelve thousand US troops stationed in. Germany. A key US ally. Home Tonight, the alarming the partial bridge collapses train goes off the tracks on high alert in the northeast tonight the sharks nine sightings off New York shores, and just the last two days. It comes after a deadly attack, the wife and mother who was killed off main, and we're also tracking tropical threat. Now, passing your Puerto Rico and the shift the track tonight would it now means for Florida and the east as this moves north. This is ABC news tonight with David Muir. But evening, and it's great to have you with us here on this Wednesday night and we begin tonight with that grim new milestone, the death toll in this country now topping. Fifty, thousand from the corona. Virus one hundred and fifty thousand lives lost so many families affected in this pandemic tonight the federal government now pointing to ninety eight hotspots they say now emerging across thirty states, some of them were the virus had already been slowed. More than four point, four, million Americans testing positive and of course, that death-toll Tonight Florida reporting record number of deaths in the last twenty, four hours two, hundred, seventeen more deaths more than nine thousand new cases there Texas tonight reporting three, hundred, thirteen deaths and nine thousand new cases. There were a total number of cases in Texas now more than four, hundred, thousand joining California Florida and New York. And be emotional debate tonight over reopening schools in Jeffersonville Indiana. For one parents were told they could choose a virtual or in class parents saying they had no choice but to send their children even if they fear for their health saying they have no choice because they have to work that is their reality. Vice President, pence and Education Secretary Betsy Devos paying a visit to a private school in North Carolina Secretary. Devos saying there is no national plan for reopening schools. and. So we begin tonight on all of this including those new hotspots, the debate what appearance to do with the school year about to begin in. So many unanswered questions, ABC's Victor Kendo leading us off. Tonight, the country topping once unimaginable toll one, hundred, fifty, thousand, American lives lost to the Corona Virus Florida and Texas seeing their deadliest days yet doctors are pushed to the breaking point exhausted. There's a deep bench of. Positions Dr Robert Rodriguez is back in his hometown of Brownsville Texas helping on the front lines were trying everything with these patients are extremely extremely sick behind every patient a family in Arizona Twenty. Rules Adrian Garcia who had diabetes lost his battle with the virus his entire family was infected but Adrian was the only one who didn't recover. He leaves behind a three month old daughter for the average person with no underlying health conditions you'll be okay we're okay. But my son is not the nation's death toll is surging an internal FEMA memo obtained. By, ABC News revealing a thirty percent increase in deaths in just the last week Homeland Security identifying ninety eight emerging hotspots across thirty states and tonight a new front in the war on covert Dr Anthony Fauci telling our Dr Jen Ashton. He's concerned about cases ticking up in states like Ohio Tennessee Kentucky and Indiana which is a sure-fire hint that you may be getting into the same sort of trouble with those states that the southern states got into trouble today in Jeffersonville Indiana about seventy percent of students were back in school with musk's and social distancing. Can choose virtual or in person learning some parents feel they have little choice Options were limited my husband and I both work outside the home in Florida Latoa Floyd is a single mother of two an essential worker at a grocery store. She's worried about sending her kids back to the classroom. I absolutely have no choice, but to send them to school. Because I work forty five hours a week with the debate raging over safely reopening schools doctors in Florida are demanding more robust safety measures, pretty hundreds and thousands of young people, teachers, and staff together in enclosed spaces like school buildings is an invitation for covid. Nineteen super superstar events officials taking no chances south of Orlando ordering nearly three hundred students to self quarantine after one person who attended outdoor graduation ceremony tested positive. Today, the vice president who has for the reopening of in-person pluses visiting a private elementary school in North Carolina where teachers and students wore masks taking off his mask for a time to talk to kids we really do believe it's in the best interest of our children to be back in the classroom education. Secretary Betsy Devos acknowledging there is no national plan for schools. There's not a national superintendent nor should there be therefore there's not a national plan for reopening. In Miami Dade County the nation's fourth largest school district. They'll begin the school year with online learning seen with other major cities throughout Florida, but scum some school districts will be starting with in-person classes. Something that the governor has continually pushed for just today he said if his kids were old enough, he'd have no problem sending them back to school David. Victor. Kendall leading US off Victor Thank. You tonight president trump once again saying he supports that controversial doctor who said masks Stonework and who pushed hydroxy chloroquine along with the president even though his own team of advisers and doctors have said, it's ineffective and dangerous between Covid nineteen that doctor has said in the past, the demons and witches have caused illnesses well, tonight, Joe Biden taking aim saying the doctor is an absolute disgrace at a key supporter of president trump congressman tonight has now tested positive for the virus just before he was going to board Air Force. One ABC's Mary Bruce on at all. President trump today double down on his support for a fringed doctor who spreading lies about the corona virus even after learning, she claims demons and witches cause illnesses. By nothing about her I had never seen before. But, directly you glitter up and let her. Trump had re tweeted a video of that Dr denouncing the use of masks and promoting hydroxy chloroquine even though the nation's top health officials warn the anti malaria drug is ineffective at treating covid nineteen and potentially dangerous. Joe Biden today urged the president to knock it off president sumptuous stopped tweety and start doing some about it and stop on and talking about this crazy woman as talked about last night about who's absolute. Disgrace, one of the people who spread that misleading video, the chief of staff for Republican Congressman Louie Gohmert today Gohmert announced he's tested positive himself a mason dramatic I don't have any of the symptoms that are listed as part of Covid nineteen. The congressman has frequently been spotted on the hill without a mask sources. Tell us his staff has even been scolded for wearing them masks really complicate things. This is the first time in American history when we have punished a restricted people who were not sick just yesterday he was seen walking alongside Attorney General Bill Bar neither of them in a mask bar. Staff says the attorney. General, is now getting tested the congressman sat for hours in two separate hearings yesterday tonight, senior lawmakers from both parties going into quarantine gohmert himself only learned he was positive because he was required to take a test before he was set to fly with the president. Now, the Bentley haven't will be very, very careful to make sure that I'm giving anybody else. Today's he prepared to drive to Texas to self quarantine gohmert promised to wear a mask quote religiously. Alright. So let's get to Mary tonight because we know moments ago. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi now announcing anyone on the house. Floor must wear a mask Mary. You reported there tonight that Joe Biden is taking aim again at the president and his handling of the pandemic but Biden making news himself overnight after that image appeared of his own notes while speaking to reporters. Before we came on the air last night in those notes, we could all see the talking points on Senator Kamla Harris a people trying to read the tea leaves in the last twenty four hours, David Photographers. They're getting a glimpse of Biden's notes yesterday and right there on top talking points about Senator Kamala Harris. Biden's former rival now under consideration to be. His running mate and the I note there saying quote do not hold grudges. Biden. Says he will make his choice next week David Bruce on the campaign trail. Mary. Thank you. We turn next here tonight to the move involving twelve thousand US troops Pentagon transferring those troops from Germany a key ally. There has been immediate reaction to this tonight and a new interview with the president after reports Russia allegedly paid bounties to the Taliban for the killing of US troops in Afghanistan. The president was asked about his recent call with Vladimir, Putin and whether the safety of our troops was brought up. Here's Terry Moran. Tonight after those reports that Russia been paying bounties to the Taliban to kill US troops in Afghanistan president trump admitting in an interview with Axios that he never even raised the matter in a call with Vladimir Putin last week we discussed numerous things we did not discuss that you'd never discussed it with I have never discussed with Trump also denied heard anything about the bounties despite reports. The Intel did make it into the President's daily brief. It never reached my desk. You know why? Because they didn't think it would intelligence they didn't think it was real. It was reason. They didn't think it was worthy every I wouldn't mind if it reached my desk I would have done something about it. It never reached my desk when asked about Russia supplying arms to the Taliban trump said, the US did the same thing in Afghanistan to well, we weapons when they were fighting Russia to you know when we were when they were fighting with the Taliban. Afghanistan's different Eero well, I'm just saying yes. We did that to the president also making a major strategic move in Europe withdrawing a third of US troops from Germany citing his longstanding gripe that Germany doesn't pay its fair share for defense in Europe. There was bipartisan condemnation of the president's move. Those American troops in Germany have been the cornerstone of US security in Europe for decades. Senator Mitt. Romney calling withdrawal a grave error and a slap in the face of friend and ally the Biden campaign blasted trump in a statement saying the withdraw does not reflect a thoughtful defense strategy. This is a gift to Vladimir Putin. David nearly of those twelve thousand troops being pulled out of Germany there'll be rotated to other parts of eastern. Europe the Pentagon Dell. Help deter Russian aggression but president trump made crystal clear. This is a lot more about punishing Germany then deterring Russia David all of this electioneering Terry Moran Thank you tonight we're deter next. Partial Bridge Collapse in Arizona the flames after a train carrying hazardous materials derailed it happened in. Tempe. The bridge partially collapsing there some of the cars falling as well as ABC's Clayton. Sandell is on the tonight. Tonight the flaming freight train inferno outside Phoenix. Arizona. Derailing on a bridge in Tempe just after six this morning fire on the Mill Avenue train bridge part of that bridge collapsed a mess of twisted metal tracks and train cars falling into a parked below nearly one hundred firefighters to the scene as flames race to engulf cars loaded with lumber grain and other products. The fire is traveling north along the train bridge, which is making it extraordinarily difficult for firefighters to Fight Union Pacific says. Tankers that fell off the bridge, contain a hazardous and highly flammable chemical. The Fire Department says one tanker is leaking and is using heavy equipment to pull the car upright stop the leak and prevent another fire as flames raged a light rail passenger train on a nearby bridge slowly pushed its way through the Smoke Valley Metro Rail. Telling US it was safer for this final train to pass through than stop on the bridge federal investigators now working to figure out what the derailment to happen. And David firefighters tell us that the chemical leaking from the tanker ignites very easily, which is what makes this such a delicate cleanup operation they say could last for days and keep in mind. The crews are doing all of this work in the heat temperatures hovering right around one hundred, ten degrees David still very tough hours ahead, Clayton Sandell. Thank you now to Minneapolis tonight authorities say they are now searching for a man that they allege is seen in a viral video smashing windows and inciting violence after the death of George Floyd. They say he's a white supremacist who wanted to fuel racial unrest. Here's alix Perez. Tonight authorities in Minneapolis say they have finally identified the man. They claim incited days of violent protests there after George Floyd was killed. The umbrella man on social media he was captured in this viral video breaking windows at this autozone dressed in black holding umbrella in a court filing this week police identifying him as a white supremacist. Brad Svensson recorded the May twenty seventh incident. It was strange because he was just casually walking through this warlike space according to court documents. Also spray painted the words free expletive for everyone zone on the businesses doors not long after looting and fires began in the area police say an officer telling the court until umbrella man, the protests had been relatively peaceful. This individuals sole aim was to incite violence. After a tip investigators zeroing in on the thirty two year old police say also a known member of a whites only motorcycle gang. And David investigators are working to obtain the man's a cell phone location data at this point, charges have not yet been filed. David Alex is with us. Tonight Alex. thank you. There are questions tonight after an arrest at a rally here in new. York City. By the NYPD Warren Squad a team of plainclothes officers grabbing the woman and putting her an unmarked car while cops health crowd back witnesses recording at all the NYPD tonight saying it was executing a warrant for the arrest of eighteen year old Nikki stone seen in this video. They say vandalizing several surveillance cameras she was booked and released witnesses say it was excessive. There is growing concern over sharks in the northeast nine sightings and just two days, and it comes of course after that deadly attack, the wife mother who did not survive here's either pilgrim. Tonight lifeguards on alert and helicopters patrolling beaches near new. York City after multiple days of shark sightings at least three sidings today I saw a fan of a short on Monday lifeguards in hempstead new. York's funded a shark near swimmers about five feet from shore people were screaming and yelling a little bit. But the life guards did a great job of getting everyone out this shark identified as a bull shark way up to five hundred pounds and grow to eleven feet they're aggressive creatures and the biggest concern is go the shoreline the warnings. In New York coming after sixty three road Julie Imperio hallway was attacked and killed by a great white shark in Maine. Monday, hallway was swimming in a wet suit experts say the shark may have mistaken her for a seal shark attacks on humans are very rare but they are a protected species and their numbers are growing it recovers which reestablishing its historic range and when you mix that with the recovery of the seal and a lot more people in the water. Now suddenly we look like their food and so occasionally, they'll make a mistake. Watching at least sixteen tagged sharks right off the coast here of New York at least ten of those are great white sharks David thank you. When we come back here tonight, there's news just coming in on tomorrow's funeral service for the late representative. John Lewis, we learned who will deliver the eulogy and the former presidents who will be there, and of course, more in that tropical threat now moving toward the east. If you like getting the story behind the story out start here the Daily News podcast from ABC News every morning start here we'll get you ready for your day with inciteful straightforward reporting on a few of the day's biggest headlines from groundbreaking investigative reports to urgent revelations shaping your world recently honored with prestigious Edward R Murrow award start here takes you inside the stories that matter and where they're heading next. So start smart who start, he'll check out on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast APP. The late congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis has returned to Georgia tonight lying in repose the State. Capital his funeral tomorrow we have learned tonight former President Obama will deliver the Eulogy Former Presidents Bill Clinton George W. Bush. Will also be there ABC. News will carry the service live at eleven am, and I'll be there for a special edition of World News Tonight Finding Tonight America strong across generations finding hope with family recipes in the kitchen. In this pandemic, so many families are trying to find some comfort in the kitchen in Kalamazoo Michigan fifteen year old little wallace and her cupcakes the proceeds from them. She's now donated more than two thousand dollars to help the community. Lafayette Georgia Grandmother Patsy wilbanks. Your go a family friend asked graeme. Patsy for her famous biscuit recipe. She told me you wanted to know biscuits and didn't just sit on the recipe I'm GonNa make you my grandson increases this video for me that recipe going viral. Better. Spending on top the biscuits. The finished product. Usually. Biscuits. 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Full Episode: Thursday, July 23, 2020

World News Tonight with David Muir

20:27 min | 4 months ago

Full Episode: Thursday, July 23, 2020

"Tonight several breaking developments, we come on the air, the US now reaching four million cases of corona virus, going from three million to four million in just fifteen days, and what the president just said moments ago about the Republican. National Convention in Jacksonville Florida now canceled their. The death toll rising in twenty eight states and Puerto Rico hospitalizations up in forty one states and tonight, the new grim forecast the CDC now predicting up to one hundred seventy five thousand deaths by August fifteen. And the tonight Dr Deborah burks privately warning eleven cities with a surge to take immediate action in parts of Texas tonight with the death toll growing, they are now bringing additional refrigerated trailers. In Florida tonight fifty-five hospital, saying they have no ICU beds left and tonight word thirteen nuns have died at one convent from the virus, American families pushed to the brink, the new numbers tonight nearly one half million more Americans signing up for unemployment and today more than twenty, five million in danger of losing that six hundred dollar federal supplement with ends this week unless Congress Acts Rebecca Jarvis where this stands tonight. The chaos in Portland Oregon and now the mayor tear-gas by federal officers during a protest, the mayor now calling it flat out. Urban Warfare, and the use of force is now under investigation by the department watchdog as President Trump says he's preparing to send federal officers. Eighty weather cities the moment on the House floor that made immediate news today, Congresswoman Alexandria Cossio Cortes, taking on a male lawmaker who wanted her a witnessing. He used vulgar expletives tonight. His words, his apology, saying he's a husband, and has daughters and what she said in response that having daughter does not make a man decent. A major recall tonight involving hand sanitizers at least seventy five products sold at meijer stores, including Walmart and Costco. The sanitizers may contain toxic levels of a chemical and what you need to know. Also traffic potentially dangerous storms, moving through the Northeast as we come on and three tropical systems tonight approaching the US, the new images from the hurricane hunters in tonight. This is ABC news tonight with David Muir! Evening? It's great to have you with us here on a Thursday. Night and a difficult milestone demark tonight as we come on the air, the US is now reached more than four million confirmed cases of corona virus. We had just hit three million fifteen days ago and just moments ago. President trump revealing. He is cancelling the Republican convention in Jacksonville Florida because of what? What he called the flare up there he said delegates will still meet in north. Carolina and that he would still give a speech. He gave few other details and the president, conceding that in some current hotspots school districts may now need to delay reopening for a few weeks. With one hundred forty three thousand lives have been lost in this country tonight the CDC now. There could be one hundred seventy five thousand deaths by August fifteenth. Florida's setting a record number of deaths in the past twenty four hours more than ten thousand new cases, those fifty five hospitals there now with no ICU beds left record deaths in California tonight more than twelve thousand new cases, the crisis in Texas Star County has one hospital. Every bed is full here. In New York, the alarming new headline, the rising number of young people, infected and tonight the out with new guidance at this hour for schools across this country, as the president acknowledges that some of those hotspots authorities may have to rethink when they plan to open ABC's Victory Kendall leading off tonight from Florida. With more than one thousand dead in the US for a second day in a row tonight, the CDC, revising its prediction higher warning, the death toll could hit one hundred, seventy, five thousand by August Fifteenth White, House Task Force Coordinator. Dr Deborah burks privately, warning leaders in eleven cities seem surges in cases to take immediate action. I should. All this as the US crosses that grim milestone more than four million cases, and with hospitalizations rising in forty one states back up to April levels late today, the president said this about the state of the country. There's a copy of the map and this is You have it right behind me that. Really very much indicating where the problems are see from. From that, it's in great shape lots of it. The northeast has become very clean. The country is. In very good shape other than if you look south and West Some problems that will workout California and Florida continue to shatter their death toll records. Fifty five hospitals in Florida have no available. ICU BEDS including ten in Miami Dade where officers are enforcing the mask mandate tonight a new plea from Miami's mayor if you live with vulnerable relatives wear masks at home now. Our urge everyone to understand that when you get home, you are not necessarily safe. Miami's mayor has suggested that people in multi generational homes wear a mask inside to protect their loved ones. What do. Do. You think about that. Is that something you'd recommend to? You know at this point it will help if everybody's wearing a mask data data shows that decreases transmission. It's not easy to keep a mask on and keep six feet away from everyone in small homes in hard hit Hidalgo County Texas. They're bringing in refrigerated trailers. Just in case they need extra space to store the dead one hospital forming an ethics committee to make the agonizing decisions how to treat patients based on their chance of survival. Therapy that the patient betty made. It's more just to make I live cops is more sensible for the Beijing and for the family home and blow fair enough care in the simmering debate to reopen schools nine of the nation's. Largest districts starting remotely in cities or states that are. Current hotspots and you'll see that in the map behind me. Districts may need to delay reopening for a few weeks. That's possible that'll be up to governors. Georgia's board of Education, saying there will be no delay to the start of the school year leaving the final decision up to local school boards the University of Arizona still planning to reopen for in person classes next month with its own lab, providing test results for all students and stuff and isolation units for infected students. The virus hitting a Roman Catholic Convent Michigan especially hard thirty nuns were infected, thirteen of them dying this. Tennessee father pleading with people to wear masks, the virus, killing his wife of fifty one years matrix so bad. Ever ever meaning. It brand new when it hits home, it really hurts. You lives what's going on? Have to remember all of these families being impacted by this across the country. I want to get back to victor tonight because we heard the president there concede that some school districts in the hot spots in this country might have to delay reopening tonight. You have some new guidance from the CDC on schools. David the CDC. Sing Sing. That parents are understandably concerned, but based on the current data, the rate of infection among younger school children in from students to teachers has been low especially if the proper precautions are followed David. Victoria, Kennedy leading victor, thank you just before we came on the air tonight? The president announcing the Republican National Convention in Jacksonville. Has now been canceled. Saying delegates would still go to North Carolina, and that the president would still give a speech. Here's our chief. White House correspondent Jonathan. Karl recognizing reality he had tried to avoid president. Trump announced tonight. He is cancelling the impersonal Republican convention that was supposed to take place in Jacksonville Florida, so I told my team. It's time to cancel. The Jacksonville Florida component of the. GOP Convention and I'll still do a convention speech in a different form. But we won't do a big crowded convention per se. It's just not the right time for that Joe. Biden is made president trump's handling of the pandemic, a centerpiece of his campaign, which today released a quote, socially distance conversation between Biden and President Obama I. Don't think any sense. Of Empathy, any I don't think he can associate it all. It is hard to fathom. Anybody wanting to take away people's healthcare in the middle of a major public health crisis in offer nothing. The president has been attacking Biden by suggesting he is no longer mentally sharp. He touted his own mental acuity by describing cognitive test. He took more than two years ago. A test designed to detect memory loss and was thirty thirty five questions. The first questions are very easy. The last are much more difficult. Like a memory question it's. Like you'll go person. Woman Man. Camera. TV. Show that say could you repeat it? So I said yeah, so it's person woman. Man Camera TV. And then. Ten minutes fifteen twenty minutes later to remember the first question not to I put the tenth. Give us that again. Can you do that again and you go person? Warm Man. Camera TV. If you get it in order. You get extra points. They, said nobody gets it in order. It's actually not that easy, but for me. It was easy, they say. That's amazing. How did you do that? Do because I have like a good memory because. cognitively they're. Canceling the Jackson with convention is a huge reversal for the president. He really wanted to do that and was clinging to the idea of giving his acceptance speech before a big crowd long after it was obvious to many others that it simply wouldn't be possible now. He's looking for other big events to take its place. He announced one today. He said he'll be throwing out the first pitch at Yankee, stadium on August fifteenth, but of course David. That will also be without a crowd as baseball is now being played. Played without fans so much more to come on that in the speech that he talks about Giancarlo thanks to you again tonight and also deceiving all eyes on Washington for something else millions of Americans, way to learn at that six hundred dollars supplement that help from the federal government will continue for many. It ends this week unless Congress acts in tonight, the new numbers one point four million workers claiming benefits for the first time last week. ABC's chief economics correspondent Rebecca Jarvis on the benefits and we're the stance tonight. Tonight with twenty five states in Puerto Rico either pausing or reversing reopening plans, the number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment, increasing for the first time after fifteen weeks one in five workers, roughly thirty million people now collecting those benefits, and for many this weekend will be the last time they received that extra weekly six hundred dollars from the federal government unless Congress Acts Hi. We're the second. I'm Scott I'm Tracy in? The family relying on food banks since Scott lost his job in March. We're doing okay on the because we have the extra money coming in from the government. What do we do now like? No, we were hoping that the other package would have been passed. Democrats want to extend those six hundred dollar payments until January but Republicans who believe the enhanced benefit might discourage people from returning to work to replace seventy percent of a workers wages before they were laid off. If you were making three hundred dollars, you're not going to. To get six hundred dollars this time, and that's fair. People people understand that since the pandemic hit cash strapped Americans have fallen behind on more than one hundred million loans. If the relief program isn't extended, some grace period for paying those bills may expire economists sounding the alarm. We are anticipating that twenty percent of all went. HERS WILL BE EVICTED BY SEPTEMBER THIRTY S. S If nothing is done at David. Both sides of Congress digging in tonight. Republicans hope to unveil a full proposal on Monday. Democrats would like to see more aid for struggling local and state governments, but time is running out once. These benefits expire. It will be much more difficult to get a new program back up and running quickly, David billions of Americans watching this. This tonight Rebecca thank you at next to the chaos and Portland Oregon. The mayor now tear gas by federal officers during a protest mayor Ted Wheeler outside the federal courthouse with hundreds of protesters, suddenly Gulf by thick gas, the mayor now calling it flat out urban warfare, telling the New York Times. He saw nothing to provoke that kind of response protesters setting off. And ripping down protective fencing president trump also announcing a surge of federal officers to other cities. He says to fight crime over the objections of mayors. We next year to the moment on Capitol Hill today. That made news congresswoman Alexandria. Cortes taking on a male lawmaker who had confronted her witnessing, he used vulgar expletives tonight his words, his apology, saying he's a husband, and has daughters, and what she said in response that having a daughter does not make a man decent. Here's Mary Bruce. Congresswoman Alexandria Cossio. Cortes took to the House floor to denounce her colleague and an experience that is all too familiar to women in this country in front of Reporters Representative Yoho, called me and I quote A. Bitch. These are the words representative, Yoho levied against a congresswoman. It came after Republican congressman. Ted Yoho confronted her on the Capitol. Steps calling her disgusting for suggesting rising crime is linked to poverty. Yoho later apologized for what he called the abrupt manner of the conversation, but not for his quote passion, and he denied using the expletives which were overheard by a reporter, having been married for forty five years with two daughters I'm very cognizant of my language. Language the offensive name, calling words attributed to me by the press were never spoken to my colleagues in. If they were construed that way, I apologize for their misunderstanding. Having a daughter does not make a decent man. Having a wife does not make a decent man, but treating people with dignity and respect makes a decent man, the congresswoman, then getting personal I am someone's daughter to. My father thankfully is not alive. To see how Mr Yoho treated his daughter. My mother. Got To see mysterio hose disrespect on the floor of this house towards me on television. And I am here because I have to show my parents that I am their daughter. And that they did not raise me to accept abuse from men in using that language in front of the press, he gave permission to use that language against his wife. His daughters women in his community, and I am here to stand up to say that is not acceptable. Now responding tonight, the congressman says. Says this was a brief policy discussion, and that no one was accosted or bullied, saying quote, I am not going to apologize for something I didn't say David Bruce Live, in Washington tonight. Thank you, Mary and when we come back, we're tracking potentially dangerous storms moving through the northeast at this hour, and that major hand sanitizer recall tonight at least seventy five products at a potentially toxic chemical. If you like getting the story behind the story checkout start here at the Daily News, podcast from ABC News every morning. Start here we'll get you ready for your day. With inciteful straightforward reporting on a few of the day's biggest headlines from groundbreaking investigative reports to urgent revelations, Shaping your world recently honored with prestigious Edward R Murrow award. Start here takes you inside the stories that matter and where they're heading next, so start smart. We start here. Check it out on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast APP. There is a severe thunderstorm watch in the northeast at this hour. Heavy rain and damaging winds possible from New York to Boston to Portland Maine tonight. We're also tracking three tropical systems tonight. Hurricane hunters flying into a potential tropical storm expected to reach Texas tomorrow also tomorrow Gonzalo on track to become the Atlantic first hurricane of the season and hurricane. Douglas looks like it will pass very close to Hawaii. This weekend we'll be tracking. The, President's former fixer Michael Cohen is now moving from prison back to home confinement tomorrow. The Judge Finding, the Justice Department abruptly sent back to prison as retaliation for writing a book about President Trump due out this fall. Colin was sentenced to three years in prison for campaign finance violations that new warning about hand sanitizers tonight. The FDA's now expanding its recall at least. least seventy five products they say, containing potentially toxic levels of methanol. That's what you look for. If absorbed through the skin and possibly fatal, if ingested the products sold at popular outlets, including Walmart Costco, we do have the full list on our website for you and opening day for Major. League, Baseball Washington National Star Juan Soto testing positive before tonight's game against the Yankees. Fans in the stands piped-in cheering retiring to? Hear America strong the story you saw here this week. The mother of the sons request. In fact it was just forty eight hours ago and what you did. It was just two nights ago here the American servicemen and women. You haven't forgotten even in the middle of this pandemic. Military Mom Deborah House, Laden, from Malvern Pennsylvania and her nonprofit sneakers for soldiers in that simple request from her son, serving in Afghanistan, needed a pair of sneakers, because his sneakers were starting to wear out the speakers he'd been issued were worn through. We said we gladly send him a pair of sneakers over back. Shipping three hundred pairs a month to troops in Iraq Afghanistan Syria. We reported on this before, but this week you jumped in again. Thousands of donations and messages of support and Deborah telling US tonight more than one hundred, thirteen, thousand received in just two days. Hi! David viewers including Marian. Nakada in Cambridge Massachusetts Kovin potentially impacting military families I'm grateful for an opportunity to be able to help I get emotional when I see the pictures of the troops posing with gratitude, holding their shoes. At Military Mom Patricia Lopez from Burbank Illinois. Very rough year for military families, a lattice faucets have lost their jobs in a land have gone to financial issues. During this time. It is great to know that our son and other soldiers are not forget. The soldiers including Master Sergeant David. We can't reveal his location or last name, but he told us it makes all the difference back home. As our. Great we got the pandemic on on just knowing that we're not forgotten riders serving. Makes the time which easier. A. Mom. At Children Lauren Gavin Colin Eliza Missing Their Dad. For soldiers remember specialist alert. Thank you for sending early in his entire Eunice. Sneakers Davison and her husband First Lieutenant Tony. What it was like when fifty three pairs of sneakers arrived, knows boxes arrived, and we open them up. I'm talking about a dull sodas. Men and women smiling like Christmas Christmas in July for the troops and their families back home, even in this time not forgotten. Never forgotten, and we thank you for watching. We love our viewers I'm David Muir from all of us. Here have a good thing.

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Full Episode: Thursday, June 19, 2019

World News Tonight with David Muir

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Full Episode: Thursday, June 19, 2019

"Hey, I'm Brad milkey from ABC news. And if you like world news tonight, I wanna let you know about another podcast that I host called start here. Every morning in twenty minutes. We'll give you a whip around the biggest stories driving the day with context from the people who are covering them up close that includes David Muir, Tom yomas, the whole world news tonight team so start smart and subscribe to start here brought to you by indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where business owners and HR professionals can post job openings with screener questions, than sort review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard. Learn more at indeed dot com slash tonight. Tonight, several developing stories as we come on the air and breaking news right now, in the attempted assassination of David Ortiz. What thorns have just revealed. Big Papi, wasn't the target after all. We're live deadly highway crash tractor trailer going off the highway bursting into flames multiple car set on fire to dead. Several others race to the hawk. Hospital with severe burns where on the scene tonight. Also, the train derailment several cars off the tracks that train carrying explosives and munitions the highway shutdown. The tornado watches as we come on the air tonight, several states concern in Dallas and the tornado warning in Orlando for a time, the state of emergency in a high tonight and this major storm all the way to the east coast, Joe by facing backlash tonight, after what he said about working with others, citing segregationist senators as examples, his opponents housing tonight in all of this comes just as the debate over reparations takes center stage picks, real today, Democrats furious over what she would not answer. The dramatic testimony today, the navy seal and the war crimes trial accused of killing a prisoner. Members of his own seal team, turning him in captain silly celebrator on the hill today at what he said about those Boeing max jets. He's warning tonight at the role of a little league field. The parents behind it. The children were just seven and who they're looking for tonight. This is ABC news tonight, with David Muir, good evening, and it's great to have you with us here in a very busy Wednesday night. And we begin with the headline that broke right before we came on tonight involving the shooting of former Red Sox star David Ortiz. Just moments ago, the attorney general in the Dominican Republic revealing that Ortiz was not the intended target or tee shot in the back more than a week ago rushed back to Boston for emergency surgery. The bullet going through him and hitting someone else you'll remember the surveillance showing the moment that gunman opened fire shooting point blank. And tonight. Was this, a case of mistaken identity ABC's Victor KENDALL in the Dominican Republic leading us off tonight, dramatic new developments in the attempted murder of former Boston. Red Sox slugger. David Ortiz, big Bobby the Dominican Republic attorney general and the head of the national police revealing. They believe David Ortiz was not intended target of the attack. Investigators say the real target was his friend who was sitting at the same table and was dressed. Tour TS eleven suspects have been arrested so far, including this man, twenty five year olds rule for crews who police say old the trigger. Last week, the chief of police held up the gun. He says crews use in the alleged ambush had a nightclub. Authorities say this surveillance video shows the suspects riding a motorcycle to the scene. The hitman in baseball cap walks right up toward teas and fires into his back club-goers run from their seats as big Papi falls to the floor. Some of the suspects, including crews also face possible criminal charges in unrelated cases in the US. Cruise wanted for on robberies in New Jersey and Louisville. Frito Rivas, also known as the surgeon wanted for conspiracy to commit attempted homicide in Pennsylvania, this as we learn the ten time all star is still in intensive care at a Massachusetts hospital. His wife releasing a statement through the Red Sox saying he's been upgraded to good condition and thanking fans. Writing your support has lifted his spirits, tremendously. Of course, all of this unfolding at this hour victim kendo with us live from the Dominican Republican Victor, prosecutors say this was a case of mistaken, identity, and that the hitman we're going off of a photo that they did not know. They were told to assassinate until just minutes before the attack. That's right. David prosecutors say the alleged their SaaS in was basing his target off of a photo. They took it just minutes before the attack with very poor lighting that he hit, or tease by mistake that suspect's name Victor Hugo Gomez. They believe he's part of a drug cartel. His last known location, New York, David Victor KENDALL leading us off tonight Victor, thank you back you at home tonight and a thirties or on the scene of a horrific accident. A deadly highway inferno in Wisconsin. A tractor trailer tumbling off interstate forty one in ninety four. The truck exploding into a fireball multiple vehicles, catching fire at least two people killed. And at least two victims are in serious condition. Tonight, the highway shutdown traffic at one point backed up for miles ABC's Alex Perez at the scene tonight tonight, a horrifying deadly crash bringing traffic on this busy Wisconsin highway to a standstill plumes of black smoke filling the sky vehicles on fire up on hearsay tractor trailer trying to avoid the. Mile up losing control going off the road bursting into flames. Caitlyn plank was driving on the frontage road with suddenly there was a thick dark cloud of smoke in front of her. I was kind of scared that it was going to blow up or something. And there is a lot of debris flying everywhere. Multiple nine one one calls a streaming in around eleven AM after another tractor trailer hit a construction barrier here along I forty one I ninety four in racing Coney the truck crashing into the concrete median pushing it into oncoming traffic as a result. Three passenger vehicles also collided with one another within the barriers within the walled self to drivers of the two semis were killed two others taken to the hospital with critical injuries. David, this is one of the busiest highways in the entire state, and it remains closed tonight. You can see those emergency crews. Still working to clear the scene here. Thirties are hoping they can have all of this back open by late tonight, David, Alex Perez, Wisconsin. Thank you, L IX, and now to another scare today. A train derailment shutting down a highway in northern Nevada. Look at this Union Pacific says, twenty two cars jumped the tracks. The company saying several cars were carrying explosive munitions including hand grenades. Luckily those cars did not derail the highway wish down for some time. We're also watching severe storms at this hour tornado watches up in several states, flooding concerns from Missouri all the way to the east coast tonight. And this evening, Ohio now declaring a state of emergency. They're flooding forcing dozens of people from homes and Clinton and other communities tonight. So let's get right to be urologist. Rob marciano? He's live in Denver tracking this all for us, rob. David culprit, again, this front that just won't move and it stretches all the way here at the high plains with now a tornado watch up just to our south and east in Dallas and includes Shreveport as well. There you see it, but the flood watches remain up, alone, the I seventy corridor, Ohio river valley as well all the way into New Jersey, we're going to get a low that develops along this frontal drag it across the Mississippi tomorrow. We'll see storms fire Memphis, Birmingham, Atlanta and the by this time tomorrow night. The I ninety five cities all the big ones will you be at risk for damaging winds? And yes more in the way of heavy rain. David a long week of severe weather. Rob. Thank you tonight. Former vice president, Joe Biden is facing backlash tonight after what he said congress needing to work together the ability to work with others, but Biden, citing segregationist senators as examples of people he's worked with in the past calling the mean but then he worked with them. His opponents pouncing tonight in all of this comes just as the debate over reparations takes center stage on the hill. Terry Moran in Washington in a packed hearing room and emotional debate should the federal. Government pay billions of dollars in reparations to African Americans were descended from slaves as a way to make amends for the atrocity of American slavery. Slavery is the original sin. Slavery has never received an apology. This hearing, the first on the issue in a decade actor, Danny Glover, and democratic Senator and presidential candidate Cory Booker making the case for reparations. But even before this hearing began Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell wing in and sparking controversy. I don't think reparations for something that happened a hundred and fifty years ago for whom none of us currently living or responsible is a good idea. We've tried to deal with our original San of slavery by fighting a civil war by passing a landmark civil rights legislation. We've elected an African American president that touched a nerve writer, ton DC coats, firing back for century after the civil war, black people. Was subjected to a relentless campaign of terror campaign that extended well into the lifetime of majority leader McConnell, this debate coming on the same day. Vice president Joe Biden, drew fire from fellow Democrats for his comments at a fundraiser last night. We're calling a by gone era of civility in Washington Biden spoke of two segregationists, senators, saying of one Herman Talmadge of Georgia, one of the meanest guys, I ever knew you go down the list of all these guys. Well, guess what? At least there was some civility, we got things done and Biden recalling the white supremacists. Senator James o Eastland of Mississippi. He never called me. Boy, he always called me son. Several of Biden's rivals in the campaign stunned by his comments, including Senator Kamala, Harris said, coddle, the reputations of segregationists of people who, if they had their way, I would literally not be standing here. Is. I think it's just it's misinformed. And it's Terry Moran with us live in Washington tonight, and Terry to Biden campaign now responding to this controversy. That's right. David Biden campaign advisor at need a done saying he wasn't praising those men, quote the port of the story is that you have to be able to work with people, even if they hold positions repugnant to you in order to make some progress. David Terry, thank you. Also on the hill today, hope Hicks, one of President Trump's most trusted confidants testifying for hours behind closed doors, grilled by the House Judiciary committee, over examples of possible, obstruction of Justice listed in the mullahs report. Democrats furious tonight. At what she would not answer ABC's Mary, Bruce on the hill. The president's former top aide and confidant hope Hicks, not commenting as she arrived on Capitol Hill today. Mythic you going to answer questions about your time, at the White House, it'd you discussed today's testimony with the president at all and inside the hearing room. She didn't have many answers either a White House lawyer blocking her from answering any. Questions about her time in the administration, claiming she has what they describe as immunity be as simple as where is your office located objection? Ridiculous often seen, but rarely heard Donald Trump. Hicks was by the president's side throughout the campaign and during his first year in office communications director. She was one of Trump's most trusted advisers and one of the most frequently named people in the Muller report now hope Hicks is a tremendously talented person shoe started off with us right from day one. They are for so many key moments Hicks was on Air Force One. When the president crafted that misleading statement for his son down junior about that Trump Tower meeting with the Russian lawyer today Democrats who hoped to grill Hicks about the president's alleged obstruction exasperated, this is an ongoing effort by the president, I say it's to obstruct Justice to prevent congress from finding the facts and behaving as if he's above the law, and of course, knocking out, so let's get to Mary Bruce with us live up on the hill tonight and Mary Democrats clearly unhappy for much of the day. But then late today committee chairman Jerry Nadler, saying that they did learn what he said, was quote considerable information from hope Hicks yet, David. Will asked if he was satisfied with today's testimony Nadler said, in some ways, yes, but he also made clear that the White House's claim of absolute immunity here will not stand while President Trump tonight is blasting Democrats tweeting that they are quote, putting wonderful hope Hicks through hell David Bruce with us again tonight. Thank you, very dramatic day in the military court. Martial of a former navy seal a decorated American navy seal accused of crimes, including killing a captured ISIS fighter members of his own seal team turning him in. Here's ABC's wheel car decorated navy seal Edward Gallagher in that Storch white uniform with his wife by his side is fighting for his freedom, the platoon leader of an elite special operations unit is accused of war crimes by some of his own. Former team members though seals alleged during their 2017, Tournai rock Gallagher's shot at unarmed, civilians and killed an ISIS fighter after he was captured in court today, one seal testify chief got on the radio when this teen scene. Wounded on Iraqi television was taken into custody and said, no one touch him. He's all mine. Prosecutors say Gallagher a sniper in a medic was supposed to treat the prisoner. Instead, they say he killed him imposed for pictures with his body, a second seal testifying. I saw him stab him in the neck. But the defense is painting, a different picture saying, there's no physical evidence Gallagher. Kill the teen this not a murder. There's a mutiny. This is a group of young, disgruntled sailors, that didn't like being told that they were cowards. And so they decided the conspire to take down the chain. President Trump is weighed in saying he might part in service members accused of war crimes, but only after their trials if convicted Galvan Gallagher faces life in prison. David, we'll clar following the case force. Thank you will not of the verdict tonight in the case getting national attention, the leader of a secret society prosecutor describing it as a cult like operation in upstate New York, the founder of Nexium accused of sex trafficking racketeering, starving and branding women with his initials. He attracted high profile followers, including an actress. Well, the jury today, taking just four hours ABC's Linsey Davis tonight with the verdict. Keith rainier the mastermind of the secrets, so-called self-help group Nexium, which some have called a sex cold found guilty today on all counts including forced labor conspiracy, and sex trafficking master manipulator. Conman? In the crime boss of a cult like organization involved, sex trafficking child pornography, extortion, compelled abortions, brand Dane degradation and humiliation renew your claim the women were never abused. I'm an interesting person. I'm a controversial person, but most importantly, I'm an unconventional person, but prosecutors say inside cookie cutter homes on. Manicured tree lined streets in upstate New York was abuse straight out of a horror movie. They say rainier preyed on women, including actresses and heiresses blackmailing them into a secret sisterhood, even branding, some of them with his initials was worse than shell birth. The imagine a hot laser dragged across your flesh for thirty minutes without anesthetic Catherine area. Now faces life in prison. His lawyer says it, he maintains he did not do anything wrong David. He plans to. Appeal. Loser Davis with us as well. Thank you, Lindsey. There is still much more head on world news. Tonight this Wednesday the brawl on the little league field, take a look at this. It was led by parents. The kids were just seven years old and tonight who police are now looking for captain, sully sullen burger on Capitol Hill today. What the miracle on the Hudson pilots said a warning about those new max jets, and it got a lot of attention today and the couple and the lottery dispute one says she bought the ticket, and that her partner then tried to cash in a half a million dollar jackpot at stake. And so, which the relationship now lot more news ahead tonight. When you're hiring, you don't wanna waste time sorting through dozens of irrelevant resumes. You want an efficient way to get to shortlist of qualified candidates. That's why you need indeed dot com post a job in minutes. Set up screener questions, based on your job requirements, then zero in on qualified candidates using an intuitive online dashboard. 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Police releasing this video trying to identify those involved, one man seen grabbing another from behind, as a horde of people rushed to the fence throwing punches. Police now looking for this man in a white shirt until shorts he then appears to sucker punch, another man. We're talking about a seven year old baseball game. You seven-year-olds it's the parents who need to grow up the fight and west gate elementary school sparked after the empire just thirteen years old made an unpopular call. Jesus. Several parents were hurt. One seriously police say some were cited but no arrests have been made yet to you, my kid, does, if you don't need by example. What do you expect the future, the David the call that started this whole thing? One of the players allegedly batted out of order David or you. But thank you to be index of other news tonight in international thorns charging, four people with murder for shooting down a Malaysia Airlines flight over Ukraine. Two hundred ninety eight people were killed when m h seventeen was down that was back in twenty fourteen. Investigators say three Russians with military ties and Ukrainian obtain that surface to air missile. They are still looking for the ones who fired it Russia tonight calling the allegations, quote, absolutely unfounded. One of America's most famous pilots weighing in tonight on Boeing's grounded max jets retired. Captain, sully sullen burger telling lawmakers pilots need new simulator training before those planes return to service saying, Boeing's recommended our long, computer. Course is not enough. We should all want pilots to experience these challenging situations for the first time in a simulator and not in flight with passengers and crew on board and reading about it on an ipad is not even close to sufficient, captain sullen burger, of course known for his miracle on the Hudson, landing a Charlotte couple headed for court over a disputed lottery ticket worth a half a million a woman who claims she bought the winning lucky for life ticket on her own says her girlfriend who according to the suit was also in the store, took the ticket and tried to cash it in without her North Carolina. Lottery officials tonight, say they'll allow the ports to decide who gets the prize and whether it's shared finding tonight here, America strong, there is a hurricane coming. But in this case, everyone is cheering and you will be too. 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Full Episode: Monday, October 5, 2020

World News Tonight with David Muir

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Full Episode: Monday, October 5, 2020

"Tonight Breaking News as we come on the air president trump leaving Walter Reed medical center the president heading back to the white. House. Tonight is dr saying late today of the president he may not be entirely out of the woods yet the medical team giving few specifics on his condition but confirming the president did receive supplemental oxygen twice pressed the president's lungs and with the doctor said about the coming days saying the team remains on guard into next weekend given the course of the virus and as the US tonight now marks two, hundred, ten, thousand lives lost to the virus the president drawing outrage from many after he tweeted, don't be afraid of Kovin. The president given the best healthcare available in the country to experimental treatments many months into this pandemic. I, get it. I understand it. Tonight at least eighteen people connected to the president or who were at events with the. At now tested positive with another key member of the West Wing coming down with corona virus team coverage standing by world. News tonight. is now. From ABC News World Headquarters in. This he's world. News tonight. With. Heaving, and it's great to have you with us as we start another week together and we're going to begin tonight with that extraordinary moment that played out just a short time ago president trump has left Walter Reed Medical Center after being taken there Friday night he has now returned to the White House tonight where he continues to battle corona virus this was the scene. Moments ago in Bethesda Maryland the president walking down the steps six, thirty, eight PM, eastern wearing a mask something we did not see him often do before being diagnosed at times he did. But now wearing that mask as he waved to the cameras, a thumbs up to the cameras you heard him say at one point. Thank you very much. He did not take any questions. Then the extraordinary moment the motorcade driving him to Marine One. Obviously, we have never seen this before this country deals with the pandemic marine one waiting for him as the president. Now for coronavirus to experimental treatments at Walter Reed also a powerful steroid supplemental oxygen, and then that Short flight on marine one that took him across from pathetic Maryland back to Washington D. C. to the White House where they will pay close watch doctors acknowledging today that they will be on guard at least through. Next weekend given. The course of this earlier today is medical team coming before the cameras they treated the president aggressively with variety of medications as I mentioned some experimental along with powerful steroid and the president's Dr confirming that the president did receive that oxygen twice testing positive for covert the president's doctors saying late today, he may not be entirely out of the woods yet. In fact, the doctor said we won't know for several days from now truly how the president is faring given the normal. Course of the virus that we have seen millions of Americans fight tonight the president back at the white. House at this hour and this evening, the number growing at least eighteen people now connected to the president of tested positive eleven of them at that. Rose Garden event including introducing judge. Amy. Coney. Barrett, not have corona virus from this but several people who were at the Rose Garden have come down with it among them. Top aide whole picks, Kellyanne Conway Governor. Chris. Christie three. Senators just. Today we learn more. We learn the press secretary Kalia Canadian to members of her staff in the West Wing have now tested positive the president tweeting today about leaving Walter Reed telling the American people don't be afraid of Covid, don't let it dominate your life it true outrage from many who point out this country just today hit two, hundred, ten, thousand lives lost, and at the president received the best healthcare in the world. Those experimental treatments many upset with him saying don't be afraid of COVID. We begin with our chief. White House correspondent. Jonathan Karl tonight with the breaking. News. After receiving some of the most advanced medical care in the world for three nights including experimental treatments usually reserved for the most serious covert cases. President Trump tweeted today that he is heading back to the White House, telling Americans don't be afraid of Covid don't let it dominate your life. He added I feel better than I did twenty years ago. Presidents. Doctor says he gave the all clear to go home though he may not entirely be out of the woods yet. The team I agree that all our evaluations and most importantly his clinical status support the president's safe return home. We're he'll be surrounded by World Class Medical Care Twenty, four seven. So how is the president really doing? It's been nearly impossible to discern amidst a series of false or conflicting statements from the White House and the president's physician Dr Shawn Conley over the past four days. Once again, today Dr Conley refused to answer basic questions about the President's health inflammation long at all. So we we've done routine standard imaging. I'm just not at liberty discuss on Saturday, Dr Conley insisted the president was doing justifying this morning. The president is doing very well the team and I are extremely happy with the progress. The president has made he falsely told reporters the president had been given oxygen one. In fact, he had been given it twice yesterday today he was not on oxygen none of this moment and yesterday with the team while we were all here, he was not on oxygen minutes after that briefing ended White House. Chief of Staff Mark Meadows pulled reporters off to the side. With, of young, getaway. Meadows then directly contradicted the doctor saying quote, the President's vitals over the last twenty four hours were very concerning and the next forty eight hours will be critical in terms of his care. We are still not on a clear path to a full recovery. Sunday as meadows looked on his head in his hands Dr Conley admitted he had not told the truth about whether the president had been given oxygen. He acknowledged he was putting a positive spin on everything to please the patient I was trying to reflect the the the upbeat attitude that the. Team the President of course of illness had Didn't want to give any Any information might steer the course of illness in another direction and in doing. So you know came off that we trying to hide something twas necessarily true. And so have. Over the course of his hospitalization, the president staged a series of photo ops designed to project strength and to prove he was still on the job. In this photo, the president appears to be signing his name to a blank piece of paper. Yesterday the president had the secret service, drive him outside the hospital. So he could wave to the cameras and to his supporters possibly exposing the agents riding along with him to the virus the move outraged Dr, James Phillips and attending doctorate Walter Reed, who tweeted all those agents must now quarantine adding they might get sick they might die for political theater commanded by trump to put their lives at risk for theater. This is insanity Dr Phillips appeared today on. I don't know what the benefits of this political stunt were but I do know what the risks were and my concern is perhaps the secret service agents that were inside. Don't know the full risk of what they were up against there and what the real threats were. Tonight, the President returns to a White House thrown into chaos by Kobe one, thousand, nine, hundred each day more staffers getting sick today press secretary Kelly mcenaney announced. She to as tested positive for the virus for day, she has been speaking to Reporters without wearing a mask even though she has had extensive contact with both the president and with hope Hicks who tested positive last Thursday to of Macanese aides in the white. House. Press Office have also tested positive in total eighteen people who were around the White House and president trump now have covert one, thousand, nine, hundred eleven of them attended the. Garden ceremony where the President announced his Supreme Court pick others including Hicks former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and trump campaign manager bill Stepien attended a debate prep meeting. At the White House the President's daughter Ivanka trump has tested negative at the debate. In Cleveland, she didn't wear a mask over the weekend she was recorded by the Daily Mail jogging with her husband Jared Kushner in their Washington neighborhood both now wearing face coverings multiple sources. Tell ABC News. There is now what one person close to the president called a full blown freak out among the White House staff New York Times reporter. Michael share who tested positive after flying on. Air Force One a week ago Saturday says, no one has reached out to him to trace his possible contacts nobody from the white. House has said Abu and asked anything about where I was or who I, who I talked to or. Who Else I might infect it. They're also serious questions about why the president traveled to a fundraiser in New Jersey on Thursday after learning hope Hicks had the virus New Jersey officials are now tracing the contacts of more than two hundred people who were there with the president sources tell ABC. News. The president tested positive shortly after he returned from that trip but hours later he told Sean Hannity he was still waiting on results so. I just went for a test and we'll see what happens I mean who knows today his Dr refused to say when the president last tested negative for the virus? I. I don't WanNa go backwards s for the president seven months into a crisis that has unfolded on his watch. He now says personal experience has taught him a lot about a disease that has killed more than two hundred and ten thousand Americans it's been very interesting journey I learned a lot about Kovin. I learned it by really going to school this is the real school. This isn't the let's read the book school and I get it I understand it and it's Very, interesting thing, and I'm going to be letting you know about it. Giancarlo with us live tonight from Walter Reed and Jonah just want to show the audience the images just coming in as we're on the air tonight this is the president coming off marine. One. At the White, house just moments ago wearing the mask a wave a salute. as he makes his way back to the White House, obviously, this comes after three days of treatment at Walter Reed waving the cameras he did not answer questions heading back into the White House where he is expected to say and John, as you heard from Conley late today his doctor, there's the thumbs up. Customary thumbs up from president trump that you heard. Dr Collie say John that we are still ungar given where we are in the course of this we won't know Dr Condie said at least until next weekend. And for the time being all of the president is back at the White House David. He will be confined to the White House residence where he will continue to have a very top level medical treatment but he'll be confined to the residents that means no Oval Office. No West Wing of the White House insists that during this time though that he will continue to work and the trump campaign as put out word that he has every intention to participate in his next debate. With. Joe Biden although they don't rule out the possibility that could be virtual debate. And there you see John not only with the horns behind you at Walter Reed with the president of the White House, they're taking off his mask. Here's arrived back at the White House, he will head into the residents where he'll be working His team will be watching him closely there, and as you heard John just mentioned the president already signaling this evening that he plans to be back out I met campaign trail soon, he also according to the campaign plans to be at the next debate on that stage with Joe Biden. something that Dr Collie was asked about today and said, we'll just have to see. this president several days into this that we don't. Know for sure when this began because we don't have a firm timeline and the last time president trump tested negative for the virus. All we know is that he tested positive sometime Thursday evening. So still relatively early as we've done so much reporting on Americans facing corona virus in this country do want to bring in. Dr a Shisha. He's the Dean of the Brown University School of public, health doctors first of all, thanks for being with us every step of the way on this I want to. Get right to what we heard from the President's Dr Today. Dr Calmly said we all must remain cautiously optimistic and on guard when it comes to a patient who has received the therapies that the president has received. So early in the course of this, he said we are looking to this coming weekend, which I know several days from now he seemed to be acknowledging that we are still very early in this given the course of coronavirus that we've seen in the millions of people who have battled this virus. So David. Thank you for having me on. Indeed the president is not out of the woods. Thankfully, he's doing better it appears. But the bottom line is that we know that the course of this disease some people take a turn for the worse. Five seven or ten days after their diagnosis or there's symptom onset. So depending on when it all happened, the time line is still unclear. Probably looking to this weekend before I think we can cy. A sense of relief that the president is out of the woods, Dr Show we know the President received those two experimental treatments, the antibody cocktail, Desa Veer in addition to a powerful steroid earlier than many patients would have. Obviously, we would expect that in this country is the president of the United States has access to the best healthcare. I wanted to ask you about something Dr Conley was asked about late today he did confirm the president receives supplemental oxygen twice but it was this question he was pressed about the president's if there was any pneumonia or any inflammation in his lungs at all what they might have seen in the imaging he said I'm not at liberty to discuss. But that quite frankly Dr job would have told us a lot more about the president's condition in this. Absolutely. So the main way people get very sick or even die from this disease is damage to the lungs and we suspect that the president has had some damage to the lungs. But Dr Connolly has been very cagey about this and it's odd that he won't share that information when he's been willing to share as much more detailed information and I think it raises certainly a lot more questions than answers about the health of the President Dr John With again tonight, doctors thank you I gather. We'll be seeing you again very soon in the meantime as the president does leave Walter Reed, we take note it's Just twenty nine days now until Election Day obviously, you know millions of votes have already been cast the president's signaling tonight as I mentioned a little earlier that he will be back on the campaign trail. Soon, his doctor saying, we will see how this goes in the coming days Joe Biden campaigning in the crucial state of Florida today wishing the president of swift recovery. But saying quote, our nation's Cova crisis is far from over. and. This image was historic today underscored that point on the Ellipse crossing the White House today hundreds of empty chairs representing just a fraction of the two hundred, ten, thousand American lives now lost and so here's Mary Bruce Tonight on the race for the White House what it might look like from here including major changes already at vp debate this Wednesday night. Tonight with the president back at the White House Joe Biden says, he's glad he's recovering but making it clear. The Nation still hasn't recovered from this pandemic hope the president's recovery, a swift and successful, but our nation's covered crisis is far for from over now that he's busy twenty campaign messages, I would ask him to do this. This To the scientists. Biden in the key battleground state of Florida, today wearing a mask throughout his socially distanced events. The latest state polling shows him up five points over president trump as you all know. And quite frankly. We went Florida you one. You flat. One last night we learned that Biden, has tested negative again after his campaign said, they will now reveal the results of every test. He takes the trump campaign is trying to forge ahead keeping up as many events as possible saying it is the president's intention to debate on October fifteenth. Two weeks from his positive test his physician asked if it was safe for the president to resume campaigning as far as travel goes we'll see Biden says the decision to debate should up to the medical experts his wife today pulling him away from reporters reminding him to keep his distance. Scientists say. That it. Distances. Say. That I think that's why despite health concerns the vice presidential face off between Kamala Harris and Mike Pence is still on for Wednesday. But now at the request of the Biden Harris Team, the candidates will be thirteen feet apart separated by plexiglass pens continues to test negative. We're looking very forward. Vice presidential debate and after some in the audience last week's debate including the president's family flouted the rules by not wearing masks. This time anyone without a mask will be escorted out. All right. So let's bring in Mary Bruce back with us again tonight and Mary. Of course, a lot of attention we pay to this vice presidential debate particularly in this moment in our country giving obviously the president facing cove it both the vice president Mike Pence and Senator Comma. Harris will try to make their case that both are prepared to step in as commander in chief. David, there's no question. There's a new urgency to this debate with the president's diagnosis and with Joe Biden possibly becoming the nation's. President ever if elected Americans are looking for reassurance and confidence that the next vice president can step in if needed David Bruce I'll be right here with you Wednesday night for coverage of that VP debate Mary thank you this president trump returns to the White House tonight. Much of this country, still facing a rise in cases and an average of forty thousand daily cases. Tonight look at the map still mostly read thirty three states and Puerto Rico with rising infections. I mentioned earlier the death toll now topping two, hundred, ten, thousand lives lost and amid alarming neighborhood surges here in New York City restrictions. Now in New York governor, Cuomo announcing the state will shut down roughly three hundred schools in nine zip goes, of course. The big fear here is a potential new wave of this in one that could combine with flu. We'll be watching very closely when we come back on this very busy news night that deadly building collapse at least three construction workers killed and what could very well be a hurricane set to slam into the Gulf region. Yet again, we'll have the latest truck. Right. Now, small businesses have to be more efficient than ever, and that means every higher is critical indeed is here to help indeed, Dot com is the number one job site in the world because they get you the best people fast you only pay for what you need can pause your accounted anytime, and there are no long term contracts right now indeed is offering our listeners a free seventy, five dollars credit to boost visibility of your job post at indeed dot com slash David m indeed dot com slash David m terms and conditions apply offer valid through December thirty first. None of that deadly building collapse in Houston tonight at least three construction workers were killed one injured. When part of the building came down officials believed the collapse involved newly-built stairs there. Tonight Tropical Storm Delta could soon become a hurricane, the current track showing Delta passing Cuba tomorrow before possibly growing into a cat three hurricane over the Gulf of Mexico the storm expected to make landfall along the Louisiana coast. Friday morning as a cat to at this point but of course, we'll track it. Tonight. President. Trump back at the White House where his doctor acknowledged, they will be on guard until at least next weekend in the course of this, the president leaving Walter Reed, this evening after being taken there Friday night as symptoms worsened, walking out on his own this image already getting attention back at the White House tonight appearing eager to take off that mask and signaling. Tonight he'll be back on the campaign trail. Soon, we'll continue to follow this and of course I. Hope to see you right back here tomorrow night. I'm David Muir night.

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Full Episode: Wednesday, April 3, 2019

World News Tonight with David Muir

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Full Episode: Wednesday, April 3, 2019

"Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash tonight. That's indeed dot com slash tonight. Dell small business technology advisors. No, there's nothing small about your business. That's why we offer one on one partnership and reliable business PC's with Intel core processors to help you get business done. Call eight seven seven by Dell that's eight seven seven by Dell. To several breaking stories as we come on the air hauled into court, the famous moms the actress's accused of by their children's way into college, Felicity Huffman of desperate housewives, Laurie Laughlin, and what the former full house actress said to the cameras signing autographs as will. And what we've learned tonight also breaking could it be a major break in the case. A boy missing since he was six years old the surveillance of him with his mother tonight has he been found alive. All these years later, a fourteen year old boy who claims he escaped a hotel ran across state lines. Police want to know is this the boy the new video just down tonight from former vice president Joe by what he now says about the women who've come forward be American woman to tourist kidnapped tonight. They are demanding a half million dollars in ransom breaking headline involving Boeing at this hour and those max jets tonight, what likely triggered that? Second crash. Now finally revealed what happened. Moments after takeoff. Devastating collision on the streets of Los Angeles. A truck barreling into a busy intersection smashing into several vehicles people trapped the firebomb attack the same neighborhood targeted twice in twenty four hours the second bomb larger than the first because who died Timothy Piazza no-one one calling for help for twelve hours tonight. Three young men sent to prison and the major headline tonight involving your health and the flu could there be one step to protect us. All. This is ABC news tonight with David Muir. Good evening and his great to have you with us here at a very busy Wednesday night. We have several developing stories off the top tonight, and we begin with the scene outside federal court in Boston, the famous moms, the actress is accused of pain to get their kids into college. Actress Felicity Huffman facing the cameras outside and then a judge inside after Laurie Laughlin as she and her husband arrived. Walk line has been trailed by photographers. You'll hear what she says in this moment here in just a moment. But tonight did they pay their children's way in costing other young students place in those schools ABC's. Linsey Davis, leads us off from Boston far from the glamorous red carpets of Hollywood today. Actresses, Felicity Huffman, and Laurie Lachlan. Hounded by reporters outside federal court in Boston therefore, hearing on mail fraud charges in connection with that massive college admission scandal, a total of twelve parents stood before a judge today. Among them real estate executives, a lawyer, doctor and a litany of CEO's all facing criminal charges. Punishable by prison time over the weekend Lachlan refuse to answer any questions about the scandal. Laurie theory grad handling the way you handled your kid's education. Dispute on right now after arriving in Boston with her husband designer Massimo. Jan newly Laughlin was all smiles even signing autographs. Former cast mate Candace Cameron beret from full house continues to extend her unwavering support. I've already said that we are family. Then we stand by each other and pray for each other. And will always be there for your to the couple is accused of paying half a million dollars in bribes to get their two daughters into USC posing them as fake recruits for the crew team. Sue, the Louis j one of them nineteen year old social media influencers star Olivia Jade also in court today. Desperate housewives star Felicity Huffman who allegedly paid fifteen thousand dollars to have an SAT Proctor corrector daughters. Answers one parent nod in court today marketing CEO, Jane Buckingham, who's in talks with the government about a possible plea deal when your friends tell you to lie on your resume you one hundred. Percent. Do not do it. She is accused of paying thirty five thousand dollars to bribe a Proctor and have someone else take her son Jack's ACT test. Jack Buckingham says he was totally unaware of this game and has publicly apologized for gaining an advantage over other deserving applicants or Lindsay Davis with us live tonight from Boston she's been covering this story from the start and Lindsey. There are other families. We know who are deciding whether to cooperate with prosecutors. That's right. David ABC news is learn the prosecutors are putting some pretty intense pressure on some of these defendants essentially saying look cooperate or face additional charges including tax fraud. The grand jury has a deadline of April eleventh to hand up additional charges. David Davis leading us off tonight. Thank you, also breaking at this hour. Could it be a major break in a national case? A boy missing since he was six years old tonight has he been found alive? All these years later, a fourteen year old boy who claims he escaped a hotel ran across a bridge across state lines and police want to know is this the boy Timothy Pinson was just six when he was last seen with his mother the schools security camera capturing this moment right here. ABC's with Johnson on the fast moving investigation tonight tonight. The stunning discovery has a boy who made national headlines last seen when he was just six years old now been found, but call to police in Kentucky came in early this morning about a boy claiming he just. Escaped kidnappers who'd held him for years. Male white says he was kidnapped from somewhere the fourteen year old identifying himself as Timothy Pinson, a boy who mysteriously vanished in Illinois that surveillance with his mother in twenty eleven police say the boy ran across a bridge into Kentucky. After escaping his captors who are staying at a nearby red roof in he looked like he had been beat up. Yes. Punched in the face a couple of times, he could see the fear on him. And how nervous he was. And how you kept pace in. And he just looked odd. The boy describing his kidnappers as two white men built like bodybuilders one with black hair with a spider tattoo on his neck. The other short with a snake tattoo on his arms tonight. Investigators are working to confirm whether this boy is in fact, who he claims to be Kitson's father desperate to find him. Just more devastated. Anything else? Where's Tim ad? I knew it was like we'll get him. Andrew despite anything to came back, his father telling investigation discovery back in two thousand fifteen how he and his wife were having problems when she took Timothy away without warning on a three day trip to the zoo and water parks, or the boy was last seen on surveillance is mom later checking into a motel alone where she took her own life. Leaving behind a note saying Timothy would never be found. She indicated that Timothy was somewhere safe with people who would love and care for them. And that we would never find him for years detective searched this age progression showing what he might look like today tonight after eight long years Timothy's family is anxiously waiting for work. Him. And then he's okay. And he's been in a good place when he was gone. He's going to come back to us very closely hopeful. Then turns out to be him. We'll be thrilled. David. We know the teen is getting medical care while investigators are still trying to confirm his identity. Also tonight, the FBI and police in Illinois are working together on this case trying to track down those two men believed to be driving a white Ford SUV with Wisconsin plates. David Johnson in Kentucky for us with. Thank you. There is also new video just out tonight. A message from former vice president Joe Biden what he now says after four women have come forward to claim he acted inappropriately. Here's ABC's Mary Bruce tonight after five days of mounting pressure. Former vice president Joe Biden is acknowledging that some of his behavior has made women uncomfortable and is trying to explain always trying to be in my career. Responsibility. I shake Cade hub people. I grabbed men Luma shoulders and say you can do this. And now Biden is promising to change his ways calling it his responsibility wars began to change shifted and abounded protected personal space have reset. I I hear what they're saying. People's personal space. Would be campaign in crisis mode. President Trump is relishing the moment as gonna call him. I don't know him. Well, I was going to say welcome to the world. Joe? You have a good time. Joe Trump himself has denied accusations of sexual misconduct, including sexual assault by more than a dozen women today, Biden didn't apologize and house speaker Nancy Pelosi has suggested he should I think that it's important for the vice president others to understand is it isn't what you intended. It's how it was received her advice to Biden on the member of the straight armed club. I'm, you know, I'm not straight armor. On this just pretend you have a cold. And I have a coke tonight advice, the former vice president seems willing to take. Attack that the personal space is important. More important is that our bed is just not increment. I will. Vice president Joe Biden there today, the former vice president sending out that video message Mary's live on the hill in Mary the vice president a hasn't announced his campaign yet. But the mere fact that he would release this video certainly sends a very strong signal about the run. Well, David Biden, certainly is responding to all of this like someone who is going to run for president. And a source close divide and tells us that these accusations do not at all impact his decision and today by announced his first public event since all of this began he will be speaking to union workers here on Friday David Bruce with us live again tonight. Mary, thank you. And of course, the other developing headline in Washington at this hour news tonight about President Trump's tax returns in a letter to the IRS now, the democratic chairman of the House Ways, and means committee has formerly requested the past six years of the president's personal and business tax returns just moments ago. The president told reporters he is quote, not inclined to release them still saying what he said while campaigning for president that he is still under audit. This could lead to a very heated legal battle. In the meantime, we turn tonight to the American woman the tourists kidnapped and they are now demanding a half million dollars in ransom at this hour. It happened during a drive through popular national park and Uganda. Here's ABC's David right now tonight, a desperate search underway in Uganda's most popular tourist destination Queen Elizabeth national park seeing here in a promotional video from the group wild frontiers. An American tourist kidnapped at gunpoint, a thirty five year old woman identified by the tour group as Kimberly sue Endicott. Authorities say that four armed men also abducted her driver and guide. Johm poem marine gay remains. Oh, Ugandan police say the kidnappers using the victim. Cell phone demanded half a million dollars in ransom. They say the abduction took place Tuesday evening at dusk. During a game drive. The kidnappers taking the keys to the group's vehicle and leaving behind an elderly Canadian couple who reported the kid. Napping. Ugandan say they have blocked off all the park exits near the border with neighbouring Congo while security forces conduct a search. Today at a photo op with the Congolese president secretary of state, Mike Pompeo declined to answer the question. The State Department says it is aware of the reports, but for now US officials won't comment just yesterday speaking in general terms, not about this case secretary of state Pompeo, reiterated the US position that the US does not pay ransom for hostages. And the reason is simple US officials worry that if they did give into ransom demands. It would only encourage more kidnappings David's or David Wright. Reporting in from London. Thank you and next here this evening. We have new reporting about the final moments of the doomed. Ethiopian Airlines flight ABC news has now learned that the Boeing seven thirty-seven max hit something shortly after takeoff that strike damaging the loan sensor on the jet controlling that automated system ABC's David curly. And what sources have now revealed to us to aviation sources telling ABC news tonight that a. Sensor damage to take off started a chain of events that led to that second seven three seven max crash in Ethiopia that one angle of attack sensor of AIn outside the cockpit was hit by a bird or foreign object. According to those familiar with the investigation like in the first crash lion Aaron Indonesia bad data from the sensor. Engage the anti-stalin system m s which knows the jet down dramatically as we learned in a simulator. The procedure for pilots is to use a thumb button to electrically nose up the plane. It's called trimming the aircraft. If that fails Boeing's emergency procedure calls to shut off power to the Motors that nose up or down the plane. The sources say the GOP pilots did not trim the jetliner before shutting off the power one source says they did try to manually trim the jet, but then turn the power back on leading to the caste system. Misfiring again, nosing down the jet again and the pilots unable to maintain. Control. It's inexplicable that they would go through the emergency procedure. But then re-engage the very Motors the very trim system that was causing the problem, David curling with us live again tonight on this story in David. We know the are set to present their preliminary findings from those black boxes. Tomorrow your reporting they'll already coming in tonight. And in the meantime in an effort to calm, the flying public here in the US and around the world Boeing CEO took a test flight with that new software fix today. Yes. A Boeing has a software fix, but they also have a public relations problems. So the CEO got into an aircraft with that new software and took a flight to prove that it is safe. It's still going to be a couple of weeks before it submitted David it may take up to six weeks before these planes are flying again, David David curly with us again tonight. David, thank you. In the meantime to the horrific crash in Los Angeles. We were following today. A pickup truck plowing through a busy intersection slamming five cars helicopters hovering as they pulled people. From their vehicles seibt's wheel cars on the scene tonight tonight in LAPD commander is calling this crash one of the worst. He's ever seen watch that stolen truck. Fly across a busy intersection next to a school. He had to. Intersection Dory's, say the pickup trucks sped away from officers conducting a traffic stop. When it slammed into five cars watching this gray Honda down the block leaving the twenty five year old female driver critically injured. At one point the victim. Did stop breathing. However paramedics were able to revive her at least three people were trapped in had to be freed by rescuers. All three suspects were rushed to the hospital. But not before the driver took off running inside a McDonald's. The suspect didn't give out Beazely. They had to you. So forced to get him in custody. Authorities say there was a gun inside of that stolen truck. And when officers found it went off. Luckily, nobody was hurt David will car in Los Angeles. Thanks will. There is new political pressure pushing for the release of the full Muller report tonight without actions. The House Judiciary committee has voted to authorize its chairman to subpoena, the unredacted report and all of the underlying evidence. The chairman says they will wait though to give Torney general William bar, quote, time to change his mind and hand the report over. Voluntarily. There is still much more head on world news tonight this Wednesday. The developing headline coming in about a serial rapist twelve cases in American city. There is news on this also the firebomb attack. This is the video the same neighborhood targeted twice in twenty four hours the second bomb larger than the first the major health headlined tonight involving the flu could there be one step to protect us all and we have news on that hit and run arrest. The little girls struck in that front yard she survived and tonight with one of the suspects in that car is now claiming more news ahead. When it comes to hiring. You don't have time to waste you need help getting to your shortlist of qualified candidates fast. That's why you need indeed dot com. Get started today at indeed dot com slash tonight. That's indeed dot com slash tonight. There's nothing small about your business. Your passion, your hours your reputation. It's all huge your partnerships even bigger with Dell. Small business technology advisers. You'll get the advice one on one partnership and reliable PC's with Intel core processors to help you get business done. Call eight seven seven buy Dell to speak with an advisor today. That's eight seven seven by Dell. We have been following the story of Timothy Piazza the student who died at a frat party. Authorities say no one called for help for at least twelve hours tonight. Three young men. Have now been sentenced to prison and here's ABC's GIO Benitez tonight. Three of the former Penn State fraternity brothers accused in the haze. Death of nineteen year old pledge Tim Piazza will spend time behind bars. They are the first of the twenty sixth former students to be sentenced, Luke, Visser, Michael Bonnici and Joshua Zeus. Key will spend one to nine months in jail. They pleaded guilty to hazing and conspiracy to commit hazing. It was more than two years ago when Piazza died after falling down a flight of stairs at an alcohol fueled frat party surveillance video capturing the brothers serving him more and more alcohol and after the fall waiting twelve hours to call nine one one Piazza's parents say only one former frat brother has shown any remorse. Everyone else just seem to want to move on with their life. And no one has reached out to us or apologize to us and David Piazza's. Parents hope that these sentences will lead to greater change at fraternities all across this country. Meanwhile, many of the other frat brothers have already pleaded guilty. David ju-. Thank you. To be of other news tonight. There have been two firebomb attacks Davey, Florida. Police say surveillance shows a driver tossing a bomb right there under a vehicle the next morning. Another device a large fireball destroying two vehicles. No motive and no suspect revealed an alleged serial rapist has been arrested in Sparkbrook, South Carolina tonight, Gregory fries, accused of a dozen sexual assaults kidnappings and break in dating back to nineteen ninety-five investigators use DNA evidence to find him to the hit and run arrest near Atlanta tonight at nine year old girl was struck an injured in her phone front yard she survived. One of the men is now in custody. He claims the other suspect in the car was trying to carjack him police are still trying to search for that second person. And they are now testing a new flu vaccine, the national institutes of health is beginning to first human trial of what's called a universal vaccine designed to combat multiple strains of the flue. Scientists hope it will lead to less frequent flu shots. We'll see finally tonight here America strong. And this was quite the moment. Do you REM? Member hearing violin for the first time. It was music to his ears tonight. The story of a baby boy hearing the violin. But the first time Thomas just eleven months old here transfixed walking straight toward the violinist. Studying and her sound he was at a music class for babies in New York taken by Lord. She plays can't help falling in love. Standing before her walking in the folder. Spoil from Laura. She looks down at her newest fan, and perhaps future violinist and tonight Thomas and his mother Rachel sending this this. How? This is Thomas and reach will. He can't talk yet. He can only say dab, but he showed her in his own way. 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Full Episode: Thursday, May 16, 2019

World News Tonight with David Muir

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Full Episode: Thursday, May 16, 2019

"Hey, I'm Brad milkey from ABC news. And if you like world news tonight, I wanna let you know about another podcast that I host called start here. Every morning in twenty minutes. We'll give you a whip around the biggest stories driving the day with context from the people who are covering them up close that includes David Muir, Tom yomas, the whole world news tonight team so start smart and subscribe to start here tonight, bracing for severe storms that watches up right now as we come on as a wall of severe weather moves across the US more that it doesn't state in the path. Forecasters warning tornado alley is about to get hit dangerous. Winds blinding rain and rob Marciano times it out the for Riddick scene. Tonight police before the cameras just moments ago. Authorities calling it unspeakable. The young pregnant mother strangled, her unborn baby stolen, that baby struggling to survive of what police have just revealed. Also tonight, another state this time, Missouri Senate passing a strict antiabortion law just twenty four hours after Alabama. Effectively outlawed abortion tonight. Even some conservatives now arguing this has gone too far. The showdown. We arrived. The president is asked today is the US going to war with Iraq bought the rats standing by with the president's answer, the jeopardy under fire for a case of a stake in identity tried to arrest a black man and his own front yard believing. He was a fugitive. He was not, what can be heard in the audience, the remarkable new images tonight. The twenty two month old lost in the woods since mother's day what he asked for with authorities found him, the ABC news exclusive tonight, the Dettori is drug cartel. Taking advantage of impoverished Americans, what they are getting them to do Dan Harris tonight on the border for the bust tonight. Walmart now says some prices are going up and they give their reason and the major change for the SAT's what they will now take into account. This is ABC news tonight with David Muir, eating, and it's great to have you. With us here at a very busy Thursday night. We have a lot to get to, but we're going to begin tonight with the watches up right now that wall of severe storms moving across the country. Forty million Americans in sixteen states bracing for this. The thundering sound of giant hail right there in Hazelton, North Dakota already driving. Rain for the evening commute in Saint John, Indiana, and INA sign that they do not need get another round of this. Look at this, the collapsing dam, and Dunlap lake Texas. But the storms are coming more than a dozen states as I said as this moves west to east tonight. Let's get right to meteorologist rob Marciano leading off with the track. Rob, David is a powerful storm moving through the west right now, and it's going to cause some dangerous conditions over the weekend right now, though, we do have a tornado watch out for Illinois, and Indiana, even a tornado warning to south west of Indianapolis that's heading towards Cincinnati. But the big show's coming with this storm now in the internet west one or two feet of snow. This is like a winter storm with wind advisory. It gets into the plains tomorrow taps at Gulf of Mexico, moisture and your comes Allie from Rio Grande all the way up into Minnesota dangerous storm tomorrow. Big hail big win. Likely some tornadoes, Dallas, get it tomorrow night, into parts of Saint Louis, and Menchaca go, I think late Saturday into Sunday. And that, of course that does move to the eastern right behind that is another system for next week. David tracking it all for us rob, thank you next tonight to the growing battle over abortion tonight. Another state in the news, this time, Missouri with the Senate, there has passed a very strict abortion Bill, and it comes after Alabama virtually banned all abortions. The governor there signing that Bill twenty four hours ago. But tonight, even some conservatives say, this might be a step too far. Mary, Bruce on the hill tonight. For the second day in a row estate taking sweeping new action to eliminate abortions, the time of choices at time of conception, not after conception early this morning. Missouri lawmakers agreed to ban most abortions after eight weeks. Even if the pregnancy is caused by rape, or incest, doctors would face prison time the governor promising to sign it into law. I am honored to lead a state standing here today with minimum. Colleagues, and with so many others who are committed to standing up for those with Alabama's just hours earlier, Alabama, governor Kay Ivey signed a near total ban on abortion, imposing ninety nine year prison sentences on doctors, the only exception if the mother's life is in danger in the Alabama state house and opponent of the Bill press to support her on why that's the only exception and got a puzzling answer those that Beal make it section for patients who victim of rape. And of course, add kind of no doubt. Also, can you tell me why? It allows for anything that's available today is still available up until that woman knows. She's pregnant the Alabama decision has jolted, the national debate over abortion rights, and I don't want to be a fear monger. But I do believe that they're trying to go on a path that will totally dismantle Roe v. Wade. And we have to be vigilant and. Express our concerns on this. Legislatively, and at the grassroots level, even the top Republican in the house says the Bill goes too far, but in my whole political career, I also believed in rape, incest, or life of the mother, there was exceptions. That's exactly what Republicans have voted on in this house. But the bill's sponsors have a clear goal, they want this challenged before the US supreme court Mago with this deal, and I think all of our is to have rivers his way defy turned over. But even televangelist Pat Robertson, who shares that same goal worries the Alabama Bill is too extreme to make it to the highest court in the land? And so they stream all they want wanna challenge Roe versus Wade. But my humble view is the this is not the case. We want to bring the supreme court because I think this one lose Mary Bruce with us live tonight from the hill, and Mary legal scholars have said that the conservative leaning supreme court under chief Justice Roberts has seemed more inclined to try to chip away at Roe v. Wade rather than overturn it outright. And that's led some conservatives to say that this new Alabama law may actually hurt their cause it David. There is a real divide here in the antiabortion community over how to challenge this in the court, some worry that these sweeping bands like the law in Alabama may simply be too extreme for this court to even take up. And there are several more measured state laws that they might be more inclined to take up instead David Bruce with us again tonight. Thank you, Mary. Now the conference held just a short time ago. News conference police revealing the horror tonight, a young pregnant mother, targeted for unborn babies stolen, her family says she communicated with a woman through Facebook for free baby clothes. The mother did not survive. The baby is fighting for his life tonight in ABC's, Alex Perez in Chicago tonight chilling crime. In Chicago police say pregnant nineteen year old Marlin trial Lopez was brutally murdered and her unborn child then forcibly taken from her body tonight three suspects under arrest. Where's? Really, cannot express, how disgusting and thoroughly disturbing. These allegations are a choice Lopez was nine months pregnant family members say three weeks ago. She communicated with a woman on Facebook for some free baby clothes, and then vanished later that same day paramedics racing to this home after a forty six year old woman claimed to have just given birth. Breeding pale. And blue. They're doing CPR that newborn police say, it was actually a TOA Lopez baby that young mothers body found yesterday at that home. I just don't get an understand how you can harm such a young beautiful person. The forty six year old woman and two other people now in custody chart Lopez family devastated that newborn in grave condition. You let's be. His heartbroken father asking everyone to pray for as little angel and David those three people charged the mother and daughter charged with first degree murder, and that mother's boyfriend charged with trying to conceal the crime David to horrific story. Alex, thank you. We turn now to the deputy under fire tonight for a case of mistaken identity trying to arrest a black man in his own front yard believing. He was a fugitive. He was not his wife was right. They're recording it all. And what you can hear in the audio ABC's Marcus Morris in Texas tonight. You don't even know my name, it's a war. Clarence Evans says he was racially profiled by Houston area. Police he was playing with his kids in dog in front of his home when the officer you see in the video told him, there was a felony warrant for his arrest in Louisiana officer calling Clarence Quinton thought it was joking. I though it was. Of have name is now. In front of this. I know who you are. Was. So am I d- wouldn't have helped he had it set in his mind that I was quitting? He's welcoming. No. He's not going away going after several minutes. Another deputy Iran's and they show Evans a photo of the manor looking for going on here. Okay, we're good. Here's the deal, then they'll go out. He looked like he was in his mid fifties early. Sixties was the only thing we had gum was drizzling Oskanian place. David officials tell us this was handled correctly and that the deputy was responding to a report of a fugitive in the area. Meantime, Evans has hired an attorney David. Marcus more tonight, Marcus. Thank you tonight. President Trump was asked today amid growing tensions with Iran. Are we going to war with Iran, how he answered? And here's ABC's chief global affairs. Correspondent Martha Raddatz tonight today with the US carrier strike group now in the Arabian Sea and bombers at the ready. The president was asked directly. But with the evacuation of personnel from the American embassy in Iraq and the sabotage of four oil tankers for which U S officials say, Iranian operatives are to blame. Congress wants answers today, the director of national intelligence Dan Coats holding a classified briefing for leadership in the house and Senate with members saying it wasn't important for step. The full house and Senate will be brief next week. The administration also working to declassify some of the most troubling intelligence and official tells ABC news their images, which show Iranian cruise missiles on small Iranian boats in the port city of. Cia har- missiles officials feared could be used to attack ships or land targets and Martha Raddatz with us now tonight and Martha we hear the president. There says he hopes we don't go to war. What are your sources telling you tonight? Well, David senior US official tells me that the president. Truly does not want to go to war with Iran. He is hoping to Ronnie, and will instead meet with the US team. But you run ins have shown no signs. They want to do that. David orthon. It's with us again tonight. Thank you, Martha. And we turn next year to new images this evening after that amazing story of survival from Kentucky, a twenty two month old boy, missing since mother's day was rescued from allege, and what he asked for when he was found ABC's TJ homes as in Kentucky for us tonight inside the miracle rescue of that. Kentucky toddler new images of little Kenneth Howard just moments after searchers found him on a fifty foot cliff the boy found barefoot wet and cold. We gave him some Gatorade. And he chugged Gatorade. So he wanted to second one they gave him a second one. Each of the second one, then he went to a power eight, so we slowed him down a little bit for three days. This community prayed, crews searching these dense woods until they heard that cry. Oh, you say is a little blonde haired with blue is that you was. Expected not to be alive, and he was alive. Talk screaming at you. That's something that hits the heart little Kenneth airlifted to the hospital where he's eating on his own tonight and is expected to make a full recovery of the twenty two month old navigate this terrain. I don't know. But this kid he is a mountain kid. He, he done very well for where he ended up at David rescuers telling me they didn't believe Kenneth age could even Klein to that steep area where he was found. So lucky, they even check their and David when rescuers got to him. He had two words for them. Mommy daddy. That's understandable. Alright TJ homes were just glad he is safe and sound, thank you. President Trump today unveiling his new plan for immigration saying America will welcome those with quote top talent rather than the current system that he says favors family connections. Future. Immigrants will be required to learn English and to pass a civics exam prior to admission. Applause in the rose garden. But on the hill tonight, Democrats, and Republicans say this plan has little chance of getting through congress next tonight at the ABC news exclusive tonight from the southern border ABC news on the front lines were a major cartel is taking advantage of impoverished, Americans, what they are paying them to do it because Dan Harris is right there on the US border as the bust plays out. We're in the AirAsia desert on a native American reservation. The man in the mask is an undercover. Federal agent. That is two hundred pounds of marijuana and this is a stink. The agent is posing as a member of the notorious Sinoloa drug cartel, which has for years exploited the impoverished native American tribe, here, enlisting members in their relentless effort to smuggle drugs into America in just a few minutes. We're expecting tribe member to pull up in, in a vehicle, and he will load ten bells marijuana that are out here in the desert with an undercover agent contravenes being loaded into the sedan, the smugglers vehicle than taking off driving further away from the border and deeper into the United States. After trailing the vehicle for several miles the officers move in stopping the car, arresting the suspects the adrenaline of the chase. Now gives way to kind of depressing reality of the people who've been arrested. Maybe not appear to be drug kingpins more likely that they're just people without a lot of options who've gotten co opted by one of the most powerful drug cartels on earth. The reservation of the Tahoe autumn tribe takes up sixty miles of the US Mexico border in March alone. The ice team seized about thirty thousand Fenton all pills, and other illegal drugs, right here. We drive one hundred miles south into Mexico where the supply chain begins here. The cartel pays impoverished migrants like seventeen year old Elmer to carry drugs over the border, and onto the Amazon reservation. And to throw. I see throw out. They did on the rental looking put up for for your as one young man waits to commit a crime back on the reservation. We watch as another young man. An American is arrested talked around before leave. So have you has? So here's a warrant further arrest. For conspiracy to smuggle narcotics, didn't Harris's back in New York tonight after his reporting trip, and Dan, we were talking about this earlier, as long as you have these impoverished communities on the border doing, you run the risk of having folks who are desperate lured in by these cartels. I mean, that's, that's exactly right. As long as you have this level of poverty pair with America's seemingly insatiable appetite for illegal drugs. It's really hard to see how this problem goes away. No. This is incredible footage, and you're gonna have much more coming up tonight. Dan? Thank you, again, dance. Full report is reporting from the border later tonight on Nightline after Kimmel right here, Dan, we'll be watching, thanks. There is still much more head on world news. Tonight this Thursday, new developments in the search for that missing woman. Her family from Maryland asking for your help tonight and take a look, new surveillance showing her in the store just before she disappeared. And we will hear from her boyfriend tonight. Also your money. Walmart had the big announcement about prices going up tonight. They give the reason why and the big change coming to the SAT's, what will now be taken into account. And we wanna know what you think about this, a lot more news. Head. 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We turn next tonight here to newly released surveillance of that missing young woman who went for a hike in Hawaii, or family in Maryland, is desperate tonight for the public's help and this evening, right here, the new surveillance, where she was last seen, and we hear from her boyfriend. Here's ABC's chief national correspondent Matt up into night tonight. New surveillance images showing yoga instructor and avid hiker amend Eller just minutes before she vanished more than a week ago. Eller shopping at a local market wearing yoga pants and flip flops, then driving off in her white SUV, Aloha from Maui. Hawaii my name is Amanda Eller boyfriend. The last person believed to have spoken with her telling us, he directed police to where he thought she might be. But said, you know, maybe McCaw forest and so they sent out a bunch of patrol cars and sure enough someone found her car in the parking lot inside. Ehlers wallet and phone authorities say they don't consider her boyfriend a suspect by had to go to the police station and take lie detector tests, which I passed over one hundred vol. Tears as a man does angels, still searching, the area dens with eucalyptus groves and ravines hundreds of feet deep, unfortunately, that situation and change, it's only getting more dire at this point. David, her family believes that Amanda fell during that hike. But that forest is so lush. They simply can't find her throw that foliage. David. All right. Matt, thank you into the index of other news, at a major change coming to the Wall Street Journal tonight, reporting, the college board will now include an adversity score taking into account such factors as crime rates and poverty levels affecting students the goal, they say, is to give everyone an equal chance. Former president, Jimmy Carter is out of the hospital tonight after undergoing surgery for a broken hip, he plans to teach his regular Sunday school class this weekend. Great news tonight, your money. Walmart says it is raising some prices blaming the trade war with China. The company says, increased tariffs will lead to increased prices while Mark did not say which will go up a passing note tonight world renowned architect. AM pay has died known for so many Connex structures. Among them, the glass pyramid at the Louvre. I M Pei was one hundred two and no tonight is releasing its summer outlook for the US, June, July and August are expected to be warmer than normal on both coasts. You can see they're cooler and wetter conditions from Dallas up through Chicago and Minneapolis, funding tonight, here America, strong mother and daughter meeting, seventy years after she was born Lynn REI is now seventy. She was born in North Carolina in nineteen forty eight adopted when she was just a baby. She would grow up start her own family, but she would always wonder about her biological mother, all these years later after taking a DNA test Lynnwood get a phone call from a woman named Elizabeth Poland. It was her mother. She is now ninety and she asked, if they could meet and her ninety year old mother, it turns out has a granddaughter who is a photographer, and she had an idea how to capture the moment at sugar mill pond in Young's, villa Louis Zana daughter, Lynn covering. Her is they bring her over to her mother where they are soon back to back. And mom could tell something already. Lyn asks for her mother's hand. Again. Wait for q. Okay. Going around and. You look like me. All these years later and a message for her daughter one and eleven. Already spent a week together. Now, finding a family reunion this summer. I'm David Muir. We'll see tomorrow tonight.

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Full Episode: Thursday, June 25, 2020

World News Tonight with David Muir

19:55 min | 5 months ago

Full Episode: Thursday, June 25, 2020

"Tonight the coronavirus, worsening several states, setting daily records and tonight Texas now hitting pause, it's reopening what Florida's governor said late today and tonight the alarming numbers now out the dire prediction. Just how many Americans could really be infected? Cases tonight surging and more than half the country in Texas, some ICU's at ninety seven percent capacity some patients now being Medevac. Men, telling us he was unable to find help for his parents married sixty eight years. Eighteen members in one family infected at a surprise birthday party tonight, the Texas Governor Dow Taking Action Florida's governor late today what he's saying and that warning from the head of the CDC about the actual number of cases in the US to flight over masks tonight across this country California now requiring them, but in many states where cases are skyrocketing it not mandatory, and now the point some arguing it infringes on their rights, one lawmaker, drawing outrage, using George Floyd's words, saying `I champ breed. President trump traveling to another battleground tonight as dozens of members of his own campaign staff are now in quarantine. Rally in Tulsa. Staff members testing positive after that rally new polling tonight, showing trump trailing Jill Biden now by double digits and Joe Biden tonight calling the president, a child who can't believe this is happening to him Biden, saying no, it's happening to all of us your money. Tonight's the Treasury Department, sending one point four billion in stimulus money to Americans who are no longer alive. Overseas today. Will they block Americans from traveling to Europe as the Eiffel Tower now real sins after the longest closure since World War Two. Zero home the deadly police encounter, young black man stopped police said he was acting suspiciously and resisting then the violent takedown, he can be heard pleading for his life tonight the governor now calling for an investigation. Why did it take so long? And the massive dust cloud, moving it over the US tonight, hazy scenes already in some places including the Orleans reaching several states this weekend all the way to Illinois the concern now if you have asthma or respiratory condition and ginger, Zee with what's behind this and the latest track tonight. EBC. Which David, Muir. Evening it's great to have you with us here at a very busy Thursday night. We begin tonight with the worsening picture. When it comes to the corona virus, we are now getting descriptions from inside hospitals that we have not heard in months. I see US near capacity cases rising in twenty nine states, the governor of Texas. Today forced to put a pause on the. The, reopening their Florida's governor, addressing the spike in that state, they are in a desperate race now to keep the virus from overwhelming hospitals, and look at this tonight, a new record in the number of cases here in the US nearly thirty nine thousand in a single day. We have not seen that before Texas with a record, nearly six thousand new cases and And we're tonight. The Texas Medical Center in Houston. This one hundred percent capacity in its ICU Florida reporting more than five thousand cases for a second straight day, the long lines for testing there, and with the cases skyrocketing the heated debate now over wearing masks, the new study tonight that suggests if the majority of Americans wore them it could save some thirty three. Three thousand lives through the fall, and it's a question, so many of you at home is likely wondered. These are just the cases tested. We're talking about tonight. The head of the warning the actual number of cases in the US could be as many as ten times higher many as dramatic, but still able to spread it. Thomas leading US off tonight from Houston. Tonight a major reversal in one of the four states to open backup Texas now hitting the brakes on the next phase of reopening. The state's governor, refusing to lockdown saying this move is about saving lives and livelihoods declaring statement the last thing we want to do as a state is, go backwards and closed down businesses, but Texas is one of five states reporting a record number of hospitalizations more than forty, three, hundred on Wednesday up a staggering when hundred ninety percent since memorial day one of those patients as betty. Ramos diagnosed with covid nineteen while pregnant in November I was. GonNa head of research or the first thing that came to remind with my baby raise fell severely ill the CDC, now warning that pregnant women may have a higher risk, but luckily she received a plasma treatment at Memorial Hermann Hospital. That may have helped her beat the virus. She had this message for her doctor. He's probably watching this. What what would you tell him? You Save my night. And my baby's night. You know there's probably a lot of women who? Are Pregnant. What would you tell them? Here they don't give. In could much baby. strong for your baby because I feel like that. Kobe will train your body like if you let it. The virus is spreading fast throughout this state. Eighteen, members of the Barbosa family in North Texas after the attended a surprise birthday. Party to my dad's hanging on by a thread there by themselves with no family. You know an assist heartbreaking for the Rigas family outside of Houston. No one has to tell them how deadly. This virus is three members dying in ten days. I was doing everything could to keep my. My parents my father. ally. And it just It wasn't enough. In Houston even helicopters are being used to transport Kobe. Nineteen patients that are critically ill. This life flight chopper sterilized with a robotic device, the staff on board, telling us about these difficult missions patients that we are transporting or some of the sickest of the sick Kobe. Patients that are out there on these patients are on ventilators. They've been paralyzed with medication across the country. Breaking Day in the worst way nearly thirty nine thousand new infections in the past twenty four hours, numbers not seen since the peak of this pandemic and tonight the CDC warning the actual number of corona virus cases, maybe ten times higher than reported our best estimate right now. Is that for every case that we reported? There actually were ten other infections. The CDC estimating, twenty million Americans may have been infected six percent of the country, and that more than ninety percent of the population is still susceptible to the virus around the country, other hotspots still growing with the second day in a row, more than five thousand new cases reported in Florida, the governor now saying he never said when the state would move to the next phase of reopening where where are where we are I. Mean I'm I'm not taking I didn't say we're going to go on to the next phase. You know we've done a a step by step approach. That from Florida today, Tom Yomas with us from Houston Texas tonight and reported there eighteen members of one family to surprise birthday party. Now all have covid nineteen that new number you mentioned their that we learn what authorities believe could be the actual real number of cases in the US, and it just underscores how many might have it now realize it, but who are still able to spread it. That's so true Davis says they got estimate from antibody tests, and they're saying so. Many of these people that are sick were ACM to matt up to eighty percent in some groups. It's while we have to remain vigilant. It's why so many are asking that. We wear these masks that we have an update on that mother that we just heard from the expectant mother as betty raise. She tells us she's doing September David. She's going to have a baby. Baby girl, she's GonNa name her Ari David Grace News, and we are all pulling for that. Mom, thank you, Tom Tom mentioned if masks are not mandatory everywhere of course, including some of the states where they're seeing rapid increase in cases tonight, some are now arguing those masks infringe on their rights in fact, one city councillor using George Floyd words. I can't breathe while he was talking about masks tonight. He's now apologizing calling it insensitive. Here's a victory Kendall. With the virus spreading like wildfire, a battle is raging over one of the key tools used to fight facemasks starting today in Palm Beach, county Florida Musk's or mandatory, but the backlash was swift. The fact of the matter is it's our bodies. Our choice whether we're gonNA wear them. Not Wear them. You guys are overstepping your boundaries one hundred percent. have. Know requiring masks in public. That's a heated anti mass protests like this one in Orange County. Are you allow the government to tell you you have to wear a mask? Engineer Zona were hospitals are treating a record number of Calvin patients a- protest against the new rule in Scottsdale. This council and sparking outrage after he appeared to mock the final words of George Floyd Eric, Garner, the governor, calling it despicable, the counseling later apologizing, but doctors are urging Americans to use masks. Especially, when social distancing is impossible masks, absolutely critical components to really ending this pandemic and more people appear to be wearing them a new ABC News Ipsos, poll shows eighty nine percent of Americans who left their home in the last week. Say they've worn face covering compared to fifty five percent interleague April, but after scenes like these played out across the country, the challenge is getting guests. If all of the rules like at this Miami Beach, hotel, we constantly trying to get everybody order mass. People. They're not interest for much of the country of Patchwork of rules. Just eighteen states now require masks at least for businesses, a new model from the University of Washington suggests that some thirty three thousand lives could be saved by Tober I. If nearly everyone wears a mask. With no statewide mask order in place, it's up to local leaders. Injustice justice afternoon, the city of Miami Emergency Order, requiring masks in public at all times. If you don't wear one, you could face a fine up to five hundred dollars David Tori. Victor Kendall again tonight. Thank you, Victor, meanwhile, president trump is traveling to another battleground tonight as dozens of members of his own campaign staff are now in quarantine after his rally in Tulsa after Tulsa, several staff members testing positive and here's Mary Bruce. President trump battleground with confident today eager to turn the page from Corona virus, even as teases are surging. We've done an incredible historic job, but his rival Joe Biden today warning trump can't ignore the reality of this pandemic. We're going to be dealing with this for a long time. Trump can't wish away. He can bend it to meet his political wishes. There are no Merrill's coming. The former vice president ripped into trump for complaining that more testing reveals a higher infection rate. Here's what I say. Is, a double edged sword thinks finding out more Americans are sick will make him look back. That's what he's worried about. is worried about looking bad fight in using his harshest language yet like a child. Who can't believe this has happened to him. All his whining self pity. This pandemic didn't happen to him. Happened to all of this. and his job is a wine about it. His job is to do something about it to me need trump is facing a health crisis and also an economic one. He is promised a third round of stimulus to help Americans through, but no plan yet and today new questions about how administration handled the last round of Payments Government Accountability Office reporting. The Treasury Department sent checks to more than a million dead people. One point four billion dollars misspent people like Eleanor Burns. More than a year ago, but still received money for son. Jim has been trying to send it back. Government still has not cast the check yet. The president's handling of the pandemic is taking a toll on him. Politically Biden leads in one poll after another including new one showing him up fourteen points nationally. And tonight campaign sources tell us that staffers volunteers who were at the president's Tulsa Rally over the weekend or now working remotely dozens of them now in quarantine, this of course on top of the dozens of secret service personnel at that rally who are also quarantining the president had promised that rally would be state David. Bruce Reporting Tonight Mary, thank you and now to the deadly police encounter just now getting attention, a young black man stopped police, said he was acting suspiciously and resisting and then the violent takedown he can be heard pleading for his life tonight the governor calling for an investigation. Why did it take so long? Here's Pierre Thomas. In the wake of the death of George, fluid who died after a Minneapolis police officer, put his knee on his neck. This controversial police encounter with a young black man in Aurora, Colorado is getting new attention alive, McLean! twenty-three-year-old massage therapists who love playing the violin is dead because of a misunderstanding. It began with this nine one one call last August about a suspicious man walking just after ten pm on a Saturday night. That's. Mcclain returning from buying ice tea at a corner store is wearing a mask. His family says because he often got cold since he's anemic, separate there. They stopped right there. Stop Stop. Stop. Stop Stop you being suspicious in seconds escalates. The officer grabs McLean. overlay golden. William introverts. Goal. Suny surrounded by officers one applies a karate control homes, claiming that McLean allegedly reached one of their guns, McLean pleads saying that he's different, but that he's nonviolent. It? Clearly in pain at one point, he says the phrase now infamous. Authorities restrained McLean later. Paramedics gave him a drug. Ketamine to calm him, thirties say. From cardiac arrest and the ambulance and died days later at a hospital, a coroner declared the men of deaf to be undetermined. Koffler they did. There was no reason to forget. Whose family calling for an investigation, but the prosecutor maintaining there is no case based on the investigation. We did not feel like we can prove any crime beyond a reasonable doubt based on the officers actions. Colorado's governor said today that he's appointed a special prosecutor to investigate. David are here. I know you'll stay on the case. Thank you. We're GONNA turn now to that massive dust cloud moving in over the US. There is concern over asthma and respiratory conditions and chief meteorologist Ginger Zee with the track. The hazy sky today over New Orleans. That's not frog. It's dust, and it's coming from the Sahara in Africa all the way to the US account. It is. Puerto Rico went from those really rude skies to this. When the dust moved in Barbados, you could barely see the sun in Mexico. This guy overtaken by Brown it's called the Saharan Air Layer, and it travels over the Atlantic Ocean every year, but this year it's covering about thirty five hundred miles. The most extensive we've seen since the nineteen seventies for most that'll just mean more brilliant sunrises and sunsets, but for those with breathing issues like asthma. This is a weekend. You'll watch out. And I should clarify that this is not gonNA. Look like a WHO've or a classic store, but it is going to move from south to north. You can see the states being impacted there through the weekend. It hangs out about five to twenty thousand Feet Up David Great to see you overseas tonight. The European Union is considering extending its current ban on us, visitors setting America's surging infection rates at the same time in Paris today symbol of hope their the tower, welcoming back tourists after its longest closure since World War Two NASCAR releasing an image tonight of the news, hanging into stall, assigned a bubble wallace at TALLADEGA WITH NASCAR President Steve. Phelps saying it was real and. and was the only news found during a sweep of nearly seventeen hundred garages at twenty nine tracks felt said they took swift action to defend NASCAR's only fulltime driver. The FBI says the news had been in the garage since October finally tonight. Here America strong. It was nearly three months ago. We showed you some images here. That had us all wondering. Is there any way someone can step in to help? To know they are the young people across this country answering the call after seeing those long food lines at food banks across the nation. It was nearly three months ago. I reported on those images. Farmers forced to discard spoiled food and milk. But we asked. How do we get the food to families who need it? Then the college students starting fondly I telling US weeks ago, they were going to connect farmers. We'd those foodbanks Alex Two cy working the phone. Millions of gallons of free milk, getting milk to communities in need. That Halston to fresh eggs. Dow Away I voted to confirm delivery about of eggs. Zach telling us he has seen the need. David I want to tell you that it's been so powerful to see so many people throughout the country coming together just today in Los Angeles Farm Link delivering thirty. Thousand Pounds of Frothy Cauliflower Mixed Greens. Five food banks across Massachusetts, receiving fifteen thousand pounds of carrots, mixed, green, spinach, and potatoes, and in Arizona tonight forty thousand pounds of potatoes delivered to the White Mountain Apache tribe, and since our first report here tonight we are happy to share that farm link is now delivered four million pounds of food to food banks across twenty eight states, the equivalent of three point five million meals. Including feed the front lines and Y C. Potatoes. They have now delivered more than one hundred, twenty, four thousand free meals and they've helped local restaurants Rehire more than one hundred employees. All with the help of farmers including Doug Hess at Fall River farms and Ashton Idaho donating his potatoes. Structure Remember. aiden Riley Helping Doug We are working today to load these into a trucks. Forty thousand pounds of potatoes donated that day alone and tonight eight and telling us why he's still at it, David. We started farming the goal of keeping families fed during the cope in nineteen pandemic. Who'd insecurity is not going away anytime soon the neither a week. That former Doug telling us. He's grateful for the young health. Farm Lake for helping me move under twenty five thousand. Tonnes of details. It otherwise would have gone to waste the people here in America. Thanks. Young people stepping up. We are grateful and proud.

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Black Ops: COINTELPRO & The U.S. Government's Ongoing Demonization of Black Activism [2020]

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Black Ops: COINTELPRO & The U.S. Government's Ongoing Demonization of Black Activism [2020]

"I am brother Cornell West. Commentator was this is Chuck d public enemy property rate, and this is new. Everyone. This is many faces, producer and host of newsbeat. Is Journalism and hip hop to shine a light on social injustices and just maybe help spark some change. So. We should all know the history of June eighteenth by now on June nineteenth, eighteen, sixty, five Major General Gordon, Granger, of the Union army, arrived in Galveston Texas and announced that the American civil war was over, and that all enslave peoples. were quote unquote free. Now keep in mind that confederate commander General Robert Lee surrendered that April and President Abraham Lincoln. Just days later had issued the emancipation proclamation, abolishing slavery and rebel states, two and a half years earlier. Despite the federal order, the drive to keep black Americans in chains, started nearly as soon as granger's words crossed his lips, and continues through today whether physically or invisibly via black codes and Jim Crow, laws, systemic racism and structural socioeconomic inequalities or horrific horrific acts of terror. Tragically true freedom is still elusive, and the shackles of slavery are still all too real for so many. In commemoration of this year's June, eighteenth and less people, flood the streets all across this country, calling for justice equality, and an end to police brutality among other demands, testament that the struggle is still far far from over. We're releasing an episode documents proof of this Modern Day, state-sponsored slavery, highlighting sinister and covert FBI initiative code named Cohen. Tell pro short for counter intelligence program do surveillance paid performance, espionage and brutal violence? One of its stated purposes was to quote expose disrupt direct, discredit, or otherwise neutralize the activities of black nationalist hate type organizations in groupings, their leadership spokesman, membership and supporters another to quote prevent the rise of a Messiah who could unify electrify the militant black nationalist movement. In other words crush dissent and anyone who challenged the historic status quo of this nation's legacy of white supremacy, now illuminating all this for us, explaining how coincidental pros ghastly tactics and spirit are still alive and well today actively being used to obliterate modern day descent, especially against the protest movements of marginalized. Communities Stephen Renderos executive. Director of nonprofit national racial justice hub. Media Justice Michael German fellow with the nonprofit, Brennan Centers for Justice is Liberty and national security program and former FBI special agent. And Glenn Ford acclaimed journalist, political activist and executive editor of Progressive Online Video News Network Black Agenda Report. I very special musical guest on this important episode, New York based HIP hop, fusion, artists, Dj Educator, activist, and one of artists in residence liquid, as always considered subscribing rating and reviewing US whatever platform you're listening on for more about us and more about these issues checkout US newsbeat dot com. Once again. This manny faces in on behalf of the Maury creative studios and newsbeat teams. We wish you the best. During these troubling transformative times, and in commemoration of June eighteenth, and the relentless pursuit of equality. Here is black. OPS Coen sell pro and the US government's. Demonization of black activism. There has never been full public accounting of FBI domestic intelligence operation. Therefore, this committee has undertaken such an investigation. It's purpose is not to impair the FBI is legitimate law, enforcement and counter espionage functions, but rather to evaluate domestic indulgence, according to the standards of the Constitution and the statutes of our land. In fact, even the United States proved not to be immune to the abuse of sales in the nineteen sixties, government spied on civil rights, leaders and critics. Vietnam War I've often reminded myself I would not be where I am today. We're not for the courage of dissidents like Dr King. who were spied upon by their own government Edward Snowden is the twenty nine year old intelligence. Intelligence contractor who leaked the top secret national security agency information, revealing the incredible extent to which the US government is monitoring and keeping records of not just our phone calls, but also apparently our emails Internet searches, downloads, photos, facebook, pages, and on in lives matter protests which erupted in the aftermath of police killings of Michael Brown and Freddie Gray have been closely monitored by the Department of Homeland Security in a new report. The federal government spied on Muslim Americans for six years. According to the latest documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward noted an attorney two professors, the Executive Director of the Muslim organization care, even political candidate running for office. All of whom deny any ties to terrorism. The stock LAPD spying coalition based out of Los Angeles. Has this thing that goes balances not a moment in time. It's continuation in history. A lot of what we see in the realm of surveillance is that while in today's context, we understand surveillance affect everyone largely because technology and the tools and use it has always impacted very specific communities more than others. We can go back as far back as the time of slavery and reconstruction were policies were put into place like the New York lantern. was that prevented someone who was an African American to walk down the street at night without having a lantern on them. This was done for a couple of different reasons, one is to make their black bodies visible to the is of white people in their city, the second reason for it very deliberate to prevent black folks from actually engaging in conversation with each other at night, and the idea being that if there was to be subversiveness or plans of having that they would likely happen at night, and so the lantern launch were seen as a deterrent to prevent black communities from actually coming together and organizing. We've seen other examples throughout history where surveillance has been. Physically targeted towards those who are state. The government would consider political dissidents, so we saw this particularly around the movement with the emergence of the counterintelligence program quaint, cal pro, which had a very specific mission, it was to expose disrupt misdirect. And neutralize any groups of people organization that would threaten the national security of the United States and was threaten the social and political order of the State Counter Intelligence Program had a lot of notable figures that it targeted including. Martin Luther King Junior. Time has come for America to hear the truth now. Think the entire civil rights stroke. Including United. Muhammad Ali's. I won't justice you. My Home Romney you stand up for me. For my religious beliefs, and you want me to go somewhere and fight, but you stand. Me Jamal, who to this day sits in Prison Marshall, Conway, Fred Hampton one of the leaders in the Black Panther, party off included I'm poking ball in the American Indian movement bill, mean and other other bureau went so far as to mail anonymous letters to Dr King and his wife, which were mailed shortly before he was awarded. The Nobel Peace Prize and finish with this suggestion. Came! There is only one thing left for you to. Do you know what it is? You have just thirty four days in which to do it. This exact number has been selected for a specific reason that is definite. Practical significance equals thirty four days before the award. You done. After speaking by Dr. King Demeanor suggestion for suicide was. Standing Today, we see the designation of black identity extremists by the FBI, and how that's being used to justify leaper layers of surveillance of black activist people were out there, protesting against violence from police in black and unity people who are protesting the disinvestment of government, an infrastructure in black communities. These folks are now. The source of surveillance is coming from law enforcement agencies at the. The federal level, but also by law enforcement agencies at the hyper local level. There's an interesting case with the Aclu of Tennessee right now. That is going after the Memphis police department over something they call as City Hall. Escort list, which is essentially a list of people that if they happen to be on City Hall Ground Police are instructed to engage with them need. More than three hundred pages to this document concludes. Of Memphis officials putting them fiennes on blacklists and conducting social media surveillance on groups, some sitting leaders believed to be a potential to safety threats that list in Memphis and city hall, mostly covered activist involved with the black lives matter network, and as part of that lawsuit it also involves social media surveillance to creation of fake account by the local police department, trying to infiltrate facebook groups profiles that are closed to the public. It involves actual undercover and plain clothes, police officers, participating and attending events that are organized by the black community, so all of these things that are in danger. Don't actually end the real sense. Create any real threat to national security or to security of that community somehow become. Where you can justifiably deployed police officers engage in surveillance. These are a lot of the same tactics that we're seeing from the time of coin. Tell pro to today. Take Sudafed. Go with soon as they go. We go remove me power to the people. Policy, Paul. Controversial, concerning that community unity, it seemingly surgery, but within the. WHO OFF NOON Your billiards. Legal Abuse Execute, books holds the two Johnson support. They'll never take a song and so we rumble. Much. Protests. Over. In this society minority. Leader. Black identity extremists report the FBI produce was written. August third, twenty, seven seen, it leaked public sometime later, but again the extremists. That's the label, an internal report by the FBI. Counterterrorism Division is giving to black activists around the country report says they pose a growing threat of premeditated violence against law enforcement in response to police brutality, former government officials and legal experts say no such movement exists. Exists and this is an attempt by the FBI and the Donald Trump administration to find an equivalent threat to white supremacists in silence. Black activists of the controversial report comes in the wake of widespread protests by black lives, matter activists Louis and the State of Missouri came out last month off the of a white officer implicated in the killing of a black motorist back in twenty eleven. Police, arrested over three hundred protesters over the course of eighteen days in September and October, but officers were accused of using violent tactics against the demonstrators. It was problematic from a number of standpoints. First Kern sept of what it called a black identity extremist movement was extremely convoluted and overbroad in a way. That basically wouldn't or break. Any person who identified is black. Was Concerned about police violence, if we. So, that covers pretty much. Everyone. Part of the problem with a lot of these words is, is there so poorly written? They're not really providing any advice. Law Enforcement about what to do, and this reported igure. Suggested this movement that the FBI imagine. This black identity movement was a threat to. The black lives matters now being sued by a Black Dallas police officer Sergeant Dimitri Penny claims black lives. Matter and their supporters have incited a quote, a race war and violence against police. AL, Sharpton. George Soros President Obama and Hillary Clinton. All named in that lawsuit with five Dallas officers were killed during an ambush at the end of a black lives matter protests back in July. If you look at the data that's collected five. Three Morial Association for example they show, there are between fifty sixty fatal attacks on police officers year, which is too many one is. I don't think anybody questions, but if you look at the data again, it's a friend that is generally coming down back. Twenty thirteen I think record-low low. The idea that there is this war on please has grown around the time that the black lives matter movement. Hasbro it seems to be presented in a way. That considers this black lives matter. Movement owes two weeks, and this report would tend to exacerbate that problem rather than relieve it rather than say certainly, there are instances where. Officers and killed by people who intentionally out and it's estimated. Those people are sometimes black announced their white white extremists also. Period this morning. Police are investigating the home of a man with anti-government views who allegedly launched a full-frontal heavily armed assault on a courthouse in Georgia recording it on their cell. Phones couldn't believe it. Listen for yourself. Forty two year old David, Bruce, and sixty seven year old Devon, neum and members of the anti-government Sovereign Citizen Move Five Months Las Vegas. Police have been watching as the investigation progressed. We became aware that these two individuals were extreme. Their beliefs and we're actively plotting to kidnap and kill at least one southern, Nevada, police officer. Tactic of using what the FBI today calls. It's disruption strategy where even where there are not charges that can be saying. The FBI asserts in authority to engage in conduct disrupt the activities of people they feel are dangerous, and of course when you look through history that type of people he will feel are more dangerous. Tend to be people who don't like them are from the same neighborhood as they are or otherwise different from now and he s the I increasingly is a white male organization, so what they see dangerous tends to be unity's color and. And incidents who are challenging government policy and more pertinent into the black identity, three missing assessment who are actually protesting against police activity against law enforcement activity they feel is discriminating are unnecessarily aggressive in the use of force. So this is basically what happened after nine eleven is the FBI's guidelines were changed by the attorney general allowing them to target people. They had no reasonable basis disrespect for engaged violations law. The idea was that. If the government thinks you're a terrorist stemmed, it should have more authority to target you for US disruption activities and unfortunately. We've seen this in all different contexts, but physically in two thousand eight, the FBI actually formally introduced a racial and ethnic mapping program. Where they mapped American communities by race, ethnicity and the FBI is made up of our cog refers right. They're not drawn pretty pictures of your neighborhood. They're drawing lines on a map because they're treating people on one side of that line. From the other side of that loss when you have a federal agency that has a designation called black identity extremists, and that designation is being used in form policing practices of local law enforcement, if very much matters. Federal Agency is doing so we cannot lose sight of the fact that not only. Is there a historical legacy with this agency in which they've abused their power, but to this day continue to engage in practices that are particularly harmful to the civil rights of black communities in communities of color. There's a real need for leadership at the federal level from members of Congress and really holding the FBI accountable. It's what happened with the Church Committee and it needs to be replicated today. Can I get locked in the new cycle and indeed infatuation that folks have list supporting? The FBI investigation, Russia the communities that are being harmed by surveillance black community. Muslim Arab and South Asian immigrant community. CanNot Be. Sacrificed in service of. China make the hits in the. News Cycle. Travel. Travelers evilness. To new. High and mighty. Joe Hi. Cool is becoming highlighted with WHO. Zoom then on your loan. We got your finances. Publication Education Social. Media is subjugated. They got Mexican. See Recall they will inflammation wish. You. All The Patriot Act Nola. Head and. This church. Walks upon black three hats and the cat. Way To kill. Only resigning. Cohen, tell bro Never never went away ever certainly after nine eleven, everybody should be aware that the national security state went into high gear. This is a country that's spies, and is not ashamed on its own allies on the of state of Germany on the head of a Brazil on its friends in high places. Well, what do you think they are doing in terms of spying on the folks that they think are organizing sent among the most despised people in the United States Black America Kotel never went out of business. When this B. I.. E. Naaman creature came up. It's simply reminded us that the Coen tell like programs never die, but they do change nomenclature. They change their bureaucratic identities. Hallways the same. This country has had in effect a counter insurgency program in which many billions of dollars is committed certainly ever since the late sixties, mass incarceration regime that was put into effect was the United States answer to the black liberation movements of the sixties. If you don't stay in your place, we've got a place for you. And that is prison, and that's why almost one out of every eight prisoners in the world is an African American. Actors the exposure of coin tell pro a congressional committee with established known as the Church Committee which dug in to the full extent of surveillance cracking. Of the FBI, and what it found was a fairly detailed history of political repression in on the part of match us the FBI, but other federal agencies that date back as far as the early nineteen hundreds there has never been a full public accounting of FBI domestic intelligence operations. Therefore, this committee has undertaken such an investigation. It's purpose is not to impair the the the law enforcement and counter espionage functions, but rather to evaluate domestic indulgence, according to the standards of the Constitution and the statutes of our land. If falls is to be found, it does not rest in the bureau alone. It is to be found also in the long line of. Of Attorneys General Presidents and congresses who have given power and responsibility to the FBI but have failed to give it adequate guidance, direction and controls from our perspective. There's this interesting I think narrative that emerges around the surveillance of civil rights. Activists including Martin Luther King that this is the thing that's in the past. Look at this shameful history, and we should feel shame about that, but it's not where we are today. When the evidence completely points in the opposite direction, so to the example of James Call me having an okay letter on his desk to remind the agency should never be used to promulgate its powers in that way against Pacific communities. I would point to the fact that you don't need someone to be named. Martin Luther King you don't need someone to be the greatest order of their generation in order to feel some level of shame about activities that you're engaging in, and there are several examples in the Muslim Arab and South Asian community black activist today within the last year we've been subjected to intense levels of surveillance by the FBI by local Police Department under this Rod, guys of national security, which just becomes a catchall justification to further surveilling criminalized. Communities to that extent, I think what I would say is. Shameful history that we're so concerned with when it came to quinto pro, the shameful history that we're currently living in are very much scheduled to repeat on an ongoing basis, unless we really uphold the story of which true. What's been shoe store? The truth today. It's not just overt political espionage surveillance that goes on against the black community, trying to find fix and destroy black political dissidents. No is general because of the mass black incarceration state. The black community is generally surveilled, generally targeted to be contained and suppressed A. You. Don't have to be political for you to be targeted you. All you have to do is be black. Black communities are divided up into hyper surveillance zones with misleading nomin Klay to like high crime, areas, or high violence or gun, crime, areas, or most commonly drug zones, but these are hyper surveillance zones and at some level. 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Best of The Herd for Feb 13, 2020

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

43:30 min | 10 months ago

Best of The Herd for Feb 13, 2020

"Thanks for listening to the best of her. Podcast be sure to catch us. Live every weekday from twelve to three eastern nine to noon Pacific on Fox sports radio. Nfs One find your local station for the hurt Fox. Sports radio DOT COM or stream. It live every day on the iheartradio. App by searching heard is the best of the herd with Colin cowherd on Fox sports radio. Oh here we go on a Thursday. We are packed. Live and locks angeles. This is GonNa hurt wherever you may be however you may be listening iheartradio Fox sports radio. Nfs One. I had a one day retirement yesterday. Ate An omelette took a nap play. Tennis and I had the greatest one day retirement of all time amid weekday off and now I'm back for the next two days joy. David how're you? I will be honest. I spent most the decimated sleeping significant amount. Yes just chilling out at home and sleep like see like how teenagers can sleep obscene amount. My daughter takes four and a half hours. Yeah I I can't do that anymore. I used to be able to and yesterday I achieved you have a lot of energy day. I'm very well rested. So there's this to me I cover football. We cover football until about the super bowl a week. We talk about football and this is the time I start watching a lot of NBA Games. And last night I watched Denver and the Lakers. And I'll get more into the game later but I wanNA talk about Lebron James. He was unbelievable last night. And there's always been this debate with Michael Jordan and Lebron and I've always said they're just two different people and as people age I've noticed something they become more of who they truly are because when you get older and you have money and you don't really need as many things as you get older you become more of who you are. You don't have to placate people and be a yes man Brown nose the boss and you become as you age more. Who you truly are and Lebron. I like the way he ages more than Michael Jordan. How it should be noted as the Lakers beat Denver and overtime last night in Denver which is saying something that both players at thirty five years old. Mj and Lebron Great. Mj was the league. Mvp Twenty nine points a game. Lebron's averaging twenty five point two game shooting forty nine percent M. J. was the best player in the game. And let's be honest. Lebron still the best player most dominant player in the NBA and will control the League. Hell even controls the TV ratings. But here's the stark difference and again as you age you become more of who you are at thirty five. Michael Jordan had the fewest assists of Chicago career. Lebron this year has the most and that's who they are. Michael Jordan's answer and he's the best basketball players. I think I've ever seen he magic. Lebron Michael Jordan's answered everything was I got this Lebron's answered everything is we got this. As Michael became a true or personification of who he was it thirty five the fewest assists Lebron the most even their Olympic experiences Michael went to the Olympics and was babbling magic to prove. I'm better than you. Lebron goes to the Olympics. Knows he's the best player and tries to create a community and friendships with other players. If you go listen Michael Jordan at this point thirty five. Lebron's got three hundred and twenty more regular season games. Four Full Seasons Sixty more playoff games. He should be worn down. He should be beat up. Lebron is fresher. He's happier. I've never seen him last night. He was totally laser focus. There is no bitterness Michael Jordan. After thirty fifth birthday quit for a second time. And it's it really gives you sort of a view on how to age. Listen Michael's a great basketball player. But even as he's retired he's just disappeared into his own. Sort of cocoon. That's not going to be held. Lebron retires he's going to be a global and domestic basketball ambassador. You'll hear about him all the time. Not just through press releases like MJ. But as I looked at Michael Jordan at thirty five years old he was great but it was in his last year in Chicago. I got this. I'M GETTING. I'm getting another title. Fellas get on my shoulders. I got this and that is seen as bravado and Matt Cheese and basketball people love that but Michael was burnout. He retired for a second time any way too few years and went to Washington. There was never the same player. I watched Lebron last night. Three hundred twenty more games than Mj. Sixty more playoff games. He is so fresh and so good and so focused and so easy to play with last night. He's got. He's got the most assists now in his career. He's averaging eleven and a half a game by the way they only have one other real true score. It's not like he's got seven guys he can depend on. Kyle kouzmines their number three. And he's averaging fifteen sixteen tonight so I liked the way Lebron's aged I liked his base. Dna Lebron's going to age incredibly well and is aging. He is an incredibly fresh seventeenth here in the NBA. I see very little wear and tear. I see no bitterness. I focused loving into it. We got this DNA guy and I know you can call Michael the best ever I get it but I talked about this with my wife all the time. I don't want to be a crusty old bitter guy when I retire doing. You know winnebago commercials on local radio. I WANNA age. Well I WANNA be happy. I want to be part of a community. I want to make other people better. I Look Lebron last night in Denver. A tough place to play. I'm blown away by it. This guy has figured out how to do it. Surround yourself. Lean on people ask for some help. Pass the ball more. It's not like Lebron couldn't go out and score thirty three a night. You Watch that game last night. Nobody can stop him. Denver's got no answer for him. Utah's got no answer for the only team in the NBA. That has an answer for Milwaukee with the honest at the Rim and the Clippers on the wing with Paul George and quiet. Nobody else has an answer for Lebron Utah to navigate the garden. You Houston doesn't Portland's got Carmelo in the wing. He can't stop him. Lebron score there's a great stat about Lebron James my favorite Lebron Stat of all time. Is that Lebron High School. I think his junior year John. You can look it up to then. My numbers aren't exact but Lebron as a junior in high school average like you know twenty seven twenty eight a game like freshman average this then software then junior so you could think Lebron as a junior in high schools average twenty seven points a game. What did he average thirty nine or forty a senior year? No he didn't he didn't he averaged a point or two more as he was in his massive growth stage. Because that's who Lebron is. That's why he's happy that's why he's not quitting for the second time. That's why doesn't turn off all his teammates like. Mj Did when he went to Washington. Nobody could stand playing with him last night. They asked Anthony Davis. What do you make a Lebron? And he's like he's the best player on the team players love him. I mean what did what did join. I say the amazing thing about this Laker team when they added a D. And all these parts. The first thing we said join. I said the first month was hell. They're like best friends there. Chemistry's incredible Michael's last stop. Nobody could stand him. And this is not to bash Michael Jordan but watching Lebron play with the joy and the focus in the happiness and the sharing and the most assists. That's how I want age. That's how you do it. That's how you do it. You give a little you don't. It's not out I got this. It's a we got this and it's it is a pleasure to watch all right. Well the inter-web For those of you just tuning in. That's the Internet. It was Al Gore created it. Years Ago I think and it's called the inter-web I'm on it all day and boy. It went crazy yesterday when my friend Bucky Brooks who played in the NFL that sorta matters and scouted for the Carolina Panthers and now he works for the NFL network. He came out and all scary times on the INTERWEB. He listed his top five quarterbacks. All all Joe Borough was it number one in fact bucky brooks top five quarterbacks. Where the exact order? I would put them in to a number one. Joe Borough number two Justin Herbert very close to a three Jordan. Love Foreign Jacobson. Five by the way until mid-november you do realize everybody had to over Joe Borough in mid-november but what happened in this happens a lot in sports. You get these perfect storms and Joe Borough. Nobody will admit this. I like the kid. But he had a perfect storm. Lsu Roll the dice on a coach from the saints named Joe Brady. None of us knew who he was and Joe Brady ended up being a perfect fit. Lsu's offensive line was named the number one offensive line in the country. This year. They had a star running back to star receivers and a good tight end. They also played too when he was about sixty percent and then they gotta play the National Championship. You know as a home game in New Orleans. It was a perfect storm. Perfect storm for Joe Borough who it should be. Noted is a fifth year senior. That's what I said about Baker Mayfield. Be careful about Baker Mayfield. Baker Mayfield came into the NFL. Older than SAM darnold older than Lamar Jackson so he was closer to a ceiling. I think what you see. Baker is ceiling. I think what you see a Joe Borough. This is his fifth year. He's transferred last year. Del She was numbers were average. He's an older quarterback closer to his athletic ceiling to a didn't have to wait until his fifth year to be great. He was remarkable at night as a true freshman called on in the National Championship against a great Georgia. Team and delivered. Three touchdown passes to win the game. Take a deep breath until embiid November tool was number one on everybody's board then he got banged up. People are freaking out. And they've moved him down. I'll say it again. It happens in sports and it happens all the time you get this perfect storm of events. You Play Oklahoma. I you don't have to play Ohio state. I in the playoff championship at home. You bring in an assistant that takes an average Joe Borough and fits perfectly. You have the best offensive line. A star running back great. Lsu Wide Receivers you play too when he sixty percent I love to. I liked Joe Bureau but loving to a doesn't mean you hate Joe Borough. I just think it was a perfect series of events that allowed etheridge Iran. A guy that lost a troy at home in his second year at Lsu to be named national coach of the year. I'm going to bet that never happens again. And I'm happy for ED. And he'll win a bunch of games but he was on his way out by year three if they lost one more game. It was such a perfect year for lsu that ed or Giran fired at old miss. Usc wouldn't give them a shot about the kit. Canned lsu on the national coach of the year deserves it. Happy form. Good Guy Great story but I think Ed story at this point is leapt his coaching ability. He's a solid coach. He's not the Best College football coach and Joe Borough. Story and perfect storm has leaped. His ability are solid size. Okay athletic ability solid good to is. Accuracy is drew brees. Great interweb take a deep breath. We get these perfect storms. All the time and they elevate coaches and players. I love to I like Burl and Buggy Brooks nailed it to a burrow herber love. Jacobson one more heard the heard streams twenty four hours a day seven days a week within the iheartradio APP. Search her to listen live or on demand. Whenever you lie it is still early in the year just February. But if you're a small you know. Twenty twenty is gonNA fly by. That's why you should use legalzoom right now to make sure you're set up for success over the past. Nineteen years legalzoom has helped more than two million. Americans start their business by incorporating forming an LLC or more but even after your businesses setup legalzoom can still help you out with a lot more things like lease agreements. Those can be a headache changing tax laws and reviewing contracts all. Play a part in running your own business. These are precisely the kinds of costly hurdles. That can take time away from growing your Biz. Don't let it happen. Legalzoom's network of independent attorneys and tax pros can provide advice to address these things in more and you'll never get charged by the hour because legalzoom's not a law firm go to legalzoom dot com today and or the Promo Code Colin C. O. L. I. N. in the box checkout for special savings that's Legalzoom Dot Com Code Colin legalzoom where life meet legal. We now have and I noticed about nine months ago when Adam schefter a friend of mine and somebody I respect somebody everybody at Fox respects at I fell reporter said this Brady thing. He's GonNa look around. Don't kid yourself on this so this is not sloppy the blogger it's Adam schefter Christian fauria a former. Nfl or Patriot. Now works in Boston. Media came out yesterday and said Tom's done and they're done with Tom New England's done with Tom now again I have my beliefs on where he's going to go but there's three or four things. We have to all be honest about here. We now have legitimate reporters who I trust and players that. No Tom that are saying these are not again. These are not bloggers quoting each other. These are real people we also know that Brady and Bella Check Jay Glazer reported. Tom's not taking a pay cut. We also know Bella. Check generally doesn't pay anybody. I mean outside of Stefan Gilmore. Anybody we've seen tension in this relationship. We know that I can. I can tell you I have one thing. Sourced Brady is privately grumbling to those close to him about the lack of weapons and New England's inability over the last five or six years post Randy Moss to get weapons and keep weapons and draft and develop weapons. These are all things you can't dispute so I've been thinking a lot about this this morning on our show we love pies. We love a good delicious pie and I was GonNa do a Brady Pie this morning because I think it's it's at least optically. It's the easiest thing to put your arms around seventy percent of the PIE. I think Tom's going back to New England. Not because he's totally happy but moving at his age. Learning a new offense is a pain in the rear. I'll give one percent to retirement. He just throws his hands up in the air. Four percent a surprise team. I just don't buy the chargers. I don't have connections to the franchise. I don't buy them. I don't buy Oakland. I don't care that. He bought a house there. I don't buy that. I don't buy Miami team. I'm going to throw out there in the more I think about this. I think they're the favorite in the clubhouse beyond New England. It's the Tennessee Titans in. I'll tell you why I think this. I've moved four times in my career across the country and I was comfortable and making a lot of money in all the places but when you move you always move for the same reasons you choose a place that is solving a current headache. Every place I left there was an obstacle or a headache and I wanted to solve it and I didn't believe I could solve it. Sorta like Brady. What are Brady's to annoyances in New England that he can't solve number one bella check will not spend money on weapons? He doesn't he wouldn't spend it on his buddy welker. He doesn't and Tom can overcome that. Because Tom can't control acquisitions and trades so. Tom Can control that so he wants. Better weapons secondly is. He wants to have more fun. He wants to have fun. He's got the money in the titles bills. Not Fun bills uncomfortable. They don't have a relationship really so just think of the one place that solves both of those the two annoyances. Tom Can't fix fun. Mike rebels one of his best friends. He coaches Tennessee. He'd have fun with Mike. Vrabel number two is they have excellent weapons arguably the best running back in the league. I've got two excellent receivers rookie last year from all miss crushed it. They've got a SLOT RECEIVER ADAM. Humphreys and a lot of draft picks. They solve the annoyances that are currently unsolvable. He would have a lot more fun and they've got weapons nationals also cool city. I don't think that's the be all end all but if you said Indianapolis or Nashville most people with money and options would choose Nashville as a place to live. I certainly would joy if given option probably. Would I think Tom Brady would? I don't think that's the be all end all but I do think Nashville's fun cool hip city where you know. It's still close to the eastern time zone. I think Nashville to me. Kind of gain steam and the other thing that matters here in others. There's they've said before. It's easier for a child's brain to learn a new language then an older person that it's much might. My daughter can speak French. She at twelve and thirteen fourteen years old. She picked up French like that. If you're trying to figure out how to speak French good luck. Picking up a new language later in life is hard. Tennessee speaks. Tom's language. Mike Vrabel knows his culture and his language the GM's of former Patriot. There are patriots all through the building. They're not all through the building in Indie or Miami or Oakland or the chargers. They're not there's a couple Miami a couple so between solving the two annoyances he'd have more fun and he'd have more weapons and and the reality that in an incredibly winnable division and that you talk about a place. You could go tomorrow a Jacksonville dysfunctional. Houston Indianapolis doesn't have a quarterback he walks in can win division. They speak my language. I'd have fun. I'd have weapons. Here's my Tom Brady. My official final. Tom Brady delicious by seventy percent. New England twenty five percent titans. Four percent shocker. One percent I give up. I'm quitting short. A catch live editions of the heard. Weekdays at noon eastern nine. Am Pacific on Fox sports radio F S One and the iheartradio APP. I have never watched the ton of NBA in October November December January. I don't think he'd get into mid February late February and then you start watching these. Nba Games in the players. Are you can tell the good team. Start to dial stuff in the trading deadlines over. You're stuck with what you got. You know you can't go to social media demand this or demand is at this point. The teams are what they are. This is what they are and I watched. I watched the Lakers nuggets last night. In Denver. It was a great game. It was a great game and it felt like a playoff game. It felt like intense. Yeah Yeah you could see. This Janas took the night off for Milwaukee and they couldn't score so you can do that way as well but last night I watched Denver and at home a very good team. And then I watch the Lakers and I have said about Denver after Yokich and I like Jamal Murray. They don't have a third guy. You just can't go into and they're really really young last night too. Great example of why Denver is not going to get out of the west yet and why the Lakers have a chance to get out of the West and win at all. Although I don't think the Lakers should be favorite last night. Showed you all the limitations of Denver and it showed you why the Lakers are GonNA end up at minimum in the Western Conference finals. And I said this two days ago so I watch the game last night. And it was classic. Second Quarter Yokich. A great player gets cold. Doesn't do anything. He's just he's they get outscored eighteen to Jamal Murray disappears and they don't have a third score. That's Denver's problem. You can't rely on Yokich to be dominant for forty eight minutes. Players have dry spell's players get fatigued players. He did he kind of disappears. And there's nobody else in the building for Denver. Nobody Jamal Murray shot three times. Missed all of them. They don't have a third score. Gary Harris is not going to get you to the neck. You can't depend on him. It showed all the limitation to Denver. Denver's at home it's high altitude. It's the day before the All Star game. It's Denver's game to win. They got the home crowd. They're standing as they tip off and they have a dry spell in the first half and and then late in the game. Denver has twenty-four-year-old Yokich twenty two year. Old joe-marie Twenty five year old Gary Harris one starter over thirty years old over twenty five. Excuse me one starter. Over twenty five years old late in the game in overtime they just couldn't make the play. Of course they couldn't because their kids and the Lakers who have Rondo. Dwight Howard was once carrying a team to the finals. You Got Javale McGee Avery. Bradley Lebron James have all this. Playoff experience the Lakers go to Denver. High-altitude game goes to overtime. They should be gassed with old roster and the Lakers made all the big plays late. And that's what. The playoffs are for an old team. Day before the all-star game to go into high altitude Denver and to be able to go to overtime place. It's different altitude folks. You're not playing at sea level blown up in the mountains. It buries teams even average Denver. Teams are good at home. The Lakers made all the crucial steal couple threes by a D. They tie up created. Jump Ball all the crucial plays late by all the veteran laker players. And that young team in Denver doesn't make and that's the playoffs. This is why Denver can win a playoff series potentially could win a second but they'll never to me never win the Western Conference finals last night. Too great example it. It was a playoff game in February. That's what a playoff game feels like and it was a classic game. The Lakers will end up winning those in the playoffs. Because they have all these sage veterans me Dwight Howard coming off the bench and is this guy who's been to NBA finals. This guy was leader of franchise. He's not what it used to be. He's been a hell of a player for the for the Lakers. This year off the bench and I'm not a Rondo fan but avery Rondo Javagal. It was it that game told you exactly what you're gonNA see in April young talented Denver team that needs a third guy and count connor. Count on anybody when Yokich is a little off or as dry spell for six minutes and a Laker team. That's going to get outplayed. Certain nights and figure out a way to win because they have all these cagey veterans. Lebron talked about the game last night. Which which you could tell. Clearly he felt like this is a big one because we we may end up playing Denver in the playoffs and we want to let them know. These games will win a opportunity. We get the plan to close. Gave us a tough opponent? All of US prepares us. You know for postseason game whereas we'll be back and forth back and forth. I thought tonight with the playoff atmosphere both teams being number one number. Two and West Conference Jockeying for position. So you know just trying to make plays whatever it takes office of on a van and you know eighty was there. You know knocking big. Three's again a blog gets stops. You know it was just got the got the jump all whale big time all the big plays spectrum sports net. Thanks for the video. They're all the big players late. The old team should be tired and ot get ready for a nice all star break made all the big plays late. The young guys did not welcome to what the playoffs looked like. An April may end. You be sure to catch live editions of the heard. Weekdays at noon eastern nine. Am Pacific Dak. Prescott was asked a couple days ago as he worth forty million dollars and Dak shot back What do you think the reporter people tend to use? They tend to use words like deserve. Let's talk about what contract negotiations are. Here's the word leverage. It's not about deserving. I've never been paid because I deserve something. I've been paid a lot of money if I have some leverage the company needs me at least a little bit and And maybe I have other offers. It's called leverage. It's not called deserve earn. Dak has some leverage here. Because the cowboys don't have anybody behind him that can play. And it's the world's well it's America's biggest sports brand. That's leverage forget deserving earn DAX got some leverage cowboys have some leverage on the open market. Dax Not getting a lot of offers for thirty seven million. Let's start with zero and work our way down. So they both have leverage different kinds of leverage. And because of that deal get done now it just comes down to a certain number but the deal will get done because deck needs them in on the open market. He's not getting this money and the cowboys need him. They don't WanNa go into chaos mode at quarterback. That's a nightmare. The one time they did networks took Cowboy Games off and Jerry loves the publicity. Now the concern. Is We have a quarterback in Dak that is going to get paid a lot of money. Thirty five thirty six million. If you look at the current quarterbacks that are making that kind of money. Russell Wilson won a super bowl. Ben One to jared goff got to one Aaron got to one in one Carson Wentz was having an MVP or when he got hurt clearly shown the ability to carry a team and Matt Ryan got to should've but didn't win a Super Bowl. Dak with the best align with the best running back has a playoff win. That's a concern. Here's the reality of deck. He doesn't Miss Starts got leadership qualities and he keeps in most. Nfl Games that in his leverage is GONNA get him probably thirty five million bucks. Cap Goes Up. It won't hurt nearly as much. Here's my biggest problem with deck and why I would probably franchise tag him. Here's my problem when when I when I say the word Apple Google Amazon. Those are massive brands. They are imperfect and flawed. But they don't really have a ceiling if I say Real Madrid Manchester United International sports teams. They are imperfect and have bad seasons but they never have low ceilings thing. Go getting paid for who they want when I say Dallas Cowboys Los Angeles Lakers in New York Yankees. I'm not asking for perfect but I would never wanna be trapped and feel like I have a low ceiling when the brand is universal. Google Apple Amazon. Real Madrid Lakers. I can deal with imperfection. I don't like the term low ceiling. That's what worries me with back. You Pam thirty five. You're not going be able to resign. Some guys defensively. And I think that's good. He's not special. I don't love that. Why I would franchise him. I'd like to see him. Play again without Zeke for a couple of weeks maybe with beat up offensive line. Prove he can carry it. Like went has to meet so far but a deal is going to get done. It's not about deserving earning it's about leverage and Dak has enough and Dallas has enough that a deal will get done one more heard the heard streams twenty four hours a day seven days a week within the iheartradio APP. Search her to listen live or on demand. Whenever you like guys it's bobby bones. I host the bobby bones show and I'm pretty much always sleepy because wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple of hours later I get all my friends together and we get into a room and we do a radio show. We share our allies. We tell stories. We try to find as much good in the world possibly can and we look through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country. Artists are always stopping by to hang out and share their lives and music too so wake up with a bunch of my friends. I Ninety eight point seven. W M Z Q in Washington DC or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP will blackmon is joining me. ten NFL seasons a super bowl champ with the giants And now he's in the wine business. I screwed up last night Useless into my DM's and asked me slot. Ask You a question. You asked me a question which was a said. What kind of wine do you like? And I thought I put Pinot Noir and I put pink Nawar so I said Rosie and know Oregon Pinot like like Duh and I'm like I just read five minutes ago and I'm like oh I did put pink nor my problem is I've had a couple of glasses of water so I couldn't see I was at the shop. I was going to shop for you and then you took too long. You were watch shop. You're at the shot. Yeah you drink rosy no no but I but I've had Rosaiah though Pinos. Okay I I'm a guy that goes back to the same thing over and over like a fine what I like in life at a restaurant and I order one or two things at the same. I go to the same restaurants and I are the same things. I'M NOT GONNA take big chances in my life. I don't Bungee jump at seventy. Why not my GRANDPA went skiing seventy three schemes? Not a risk for me. I'm excellent scared. I'm not going to jump out of a plane at eighty if I if I die at eighty-four it'll say cowher dies of old age. It won't say jumped off a cliff just to have a good time. Coward is so. I'm not moving onto wines that I haven't tasted and haven't grown an affinity very stream. Though jumbo to Plano trying Rosa will black joining me. I let me ask you this when you take over a new business. I've done this a few times. I started new show. I generally want to start from scratch. I went out and found John Goulet because it had John Goulet before. So I gotta get somebody. That's familiar with me. I by the Carolina Panthers. I got a new coach. I've changed the front office. I think I would move off Cam. I think I would move off him and by the way. I'm already picking seven I get to the number. Two spot moved off of a really good coach. So that's not farfetched. So what would you do? If you ran the franchise in Carolina with CAM will based off. Temper said he said. I'm I handle the business side now. I need to go down handle football side and he is truly going through every single little piece of what's going on there. Yes and his last interview he said. Okay is cam healthy. Because if he's not healthy. We can't do anything yet so. I'm I'm sure he's truly waiting to see if he's healthy because he can't he can't be a guy that owns a dealership and he's like man. I got this two thousand eleven Bentley. That is ready to go. We've got a couple of flat tires so you have to wait until we repair you know so. I think that's really what it is. I think he can get a second for Cam. Second Rounder. Yeah so I can my future quarterback. I've got a transitional piece kyle album. That's not my future but I can compete with them but any someone you can hold onto. Because he gets it back up. You can win with backups. For a while. They did absolutely now. Let's go to Matt Stafford Now At least cams gotten to a super bowl I like Matt. He's a good kid. He's got talent eleven years no division titles. Now he's a little broken down. He's still young enough. I could send him out to the trade market for India. The chargers I think both potentially would bite. I would move off him. Take the cap hit for a year. We're not winning the super bowl anyway. 'cause I'M GONNA draft to with the number three pack and not worry about Super Bowl for a year. What I need to do is add juiced energy and start over. Is that crazy or would you keep stafford? Stafford went to indy. They're instantly going to the playoffs because he's not gonna hit the staffer he has value on the market has tons of. Oh because just based on his skill set alone. I think the most underrated things people realize stafford is his arm strength. Yes no I still have a ligament that is partially torn because I try to pick off on his passes in just went right through my hands like he has a strong any and he's able to lead his team back but we'll I've always said this when the colts moved off Payton. When you get a divorce yeah you have to realize as a man because a man when you get a divorce. My ex wife is going to find happiness elsewhere. I've gotta come to terms with that and not worry about it. Denver Indianapolis had to realize. Payton's GonNa leave us and he's going to win for a while but we're going to move onto luck. Green Bay moves off Farve. Brett's GONNA be able to beat us for the next couple years as we go to Rogers right when you move off somebody the only way to move a player with value is he's going to win somewhere else but you also have a plan in two was my plan to is not going one so. I love to as a plan. I'm just saying that to if I can take to listen. I'm going to move Stafford. I'm going to trade him. But there's so many parts with Detroit where is like they're not far off. Oh you really think that I think in the NFC in the NFC. I don't think they're far off because one was the last time they had two thousand Russia. Reggie Bush was gonNA have one now. You gotta you gotTa get something like that. You gotta get something there. That's going to once again. He has enough talent where plenty of town where he needs. Something complementing around him you know. When Marvin Jones came back they will lighten it up until Marvin Jones GonNA injured. You know they still have Kennedy a great receiver. They gotta get more pieces on offense around him. Find a way to protect him They're not when you you. They have a franchise quarterback like you said he's still young and he's still able to do all these things he can throw for four years in his sleep. I guess my take on Cam and Stafford is they have market value. They will win elsewhere. I don't deny it with the right fit but I need to start over. I need new juice right. I'm eleven years in with Matt Stafford and I don't have a division title and I don't have a playoff win. Detroit Detroit is an interesting little infusing organization. Because you don't know at least what separate that he speak. He's telling you what we do. I know I listen. Tempers GonNa Win Games. I think he's going to offend some people but he's going to win games because he's honest he's brutal he's a he's cutthroat bottom line super bright. He's running his football team like ran a hedge. He's GonNa give me another quarterback deck. What do you do you pay him? How much thirty five. That's fair thirty six. I wouldn't pay him that much. Why can't a franchise tag him for one year? Because he I think he I believe he deserves the contract. Deserve deserves gets a lot of GM's fired. Is He special? He's a franchise quarterback all right. So he's is he is he better than Andy Dalton. He's very because he better. The Matt Ryan. He's not better Matt Ryan. Is he better than Kirk cousins? That's debatable okay. So thirty five million for kirk cousins. And you'd be comfortable with that if I had a like a turnkey situation like Minnesota in like Dallas does. Yeah Dak is good. Kirk causes good for that. All right just come just coming here and and don't mess it up. Well that's not that that's not very willful aspirations. Now Wolf enough rations. But that's why I look at. Don't mess it up for example. GonNa win and Super Bowls on. Don't mess it up wolf example. Minnesota thought they were one quarterback away so they occur as coming here in and get us where we need to be because we have everything in place Dallas. They felt like they had things in place and they need. They need someone to come here. And as a head coach to get us to where we need to go because we have a lot of the pieces here. So you think McCarthy and Dak is capable of getting to a conference champion. I believe so that by the way you should pay him if you believe that because if you if you think about forget the Super Bowl if you believe your quarterback quarterback in the league. Do you believe your quarterback can get to the conference championship. I didn't say win it. Yeah if your quarterback can get one hundred percent believed that quarterback that should be the line. Yeah because once you get to the conference championship facing Brady's and Rogers you're facing Russell Wilson. Mahomes that really is the baseline all this it. Is You believe your quarterback with the current construct of your coaching staff can get to a conference champion decisions. How does not enough now? It's not enough to Shawn Watson. Now he's GonNa win the south pretty much since Angela. He's GonNa win this off a lot so Daqing McCarthy too you can get then Pam. That's fair what would you? What do you make? I can't believe this is a story so years ago when we'll Blackman's joining so years ago when Tim Tebow got hot and I was at the other place and I. I think I was the only on air person of note in America during a seven game winning streak. I said this is not. He's winning but I'm not building around. He's a good football player. He is a good football player. It's not sustainable. There's a difference between Kenny win. Sunday and dependent. Are you gonNA build around him so all of a sudden? I never even thought of tastes. Smells starting quarterback. I mean he's a good kid. I think he's a more athletic. Tim Tebow ran four five. T Bill Renna four seven. He's a more athletic Tibo with better throwing motion. I I think he can win on Sunday. Tastes Milkin win on Sunday but in all the years he's been in New Orleans he's attempted fifteen passes pretty much sums up what they think is blocking punts. He is a great athlete. I never thought of them. Really as a franchise quarterback I think of him as more athletic. Tibo and I always said about Tibo loved Abba Mamma Roster. I'm just not building around him. So there's this belief that if breeze retired I go teddy bridgewater. I wouldn't even think twice about it right. There's a lot of people out there. Saying you know the special teams coach said he does a better ball. Then Lamar Jackson d you as a football player Tastes Hill as a franchise quarterback no neither do I. I never seen anything that will let me believe that. That's exactly what I think he's a guy who's GonNa play ten years because he has value and I would pay him by the way I would love to have him on my roster some kind of like a mass later type of deal. I even more because I think he can score touchdowns Matt can block upon right. There are guys in this league. I think that the mistake we make will is we confuse. He could win a game Sunday with. I'm building around him. The infrastructure for some hill would have. You'd have to have this quirky off it. It just wouldn't work so he's not as hyper. Athletic is Lamar. He can't throw nearly as well as top twelve quarterbacks in the League. I don't I don't get the story here because you know he wasn't healthy in college. The medical register in order to keep playing. Then I don't I haven't seen any full preseason games of him by the way he's he's going to have to go somewhere in in winners job. I could be wrong here. Let me look this up real quick. Hold on one second. He's GonNa turn third. He's going to turn a third. Okay so ask yourself. In the history of comedy one stand up comedian was a late bloomer. One Rodney Dangerfield. Everybody else by sixteen eighteen twenty two Zimba knowing was good and young was younger. Dangerfield's the only generally if you look at Mojo in tech. Nobody's a late bloomer. Intech the people that are great at Twelve Eighteen Bill Gates sixteen. You can't be thirty and nobody has said. Let's make a franchise quarterback it's not a position you can be quarterbacks. Don't be aren't late bloomers. I just don't see it. Finally Tom Brady your Tom Today. What do you do I am staying with New England and we at Tom Brady? You're like okay. What's the incentive right? He he's done everything right if I look at. If there's one thing that would motivate. Tom Is because there were only two organizations. Have Six superbowls right Patriots and steelers? Maybe he wants seven. You stay and get seven otherwise you go home and sort. Here's my Brady Pie. Seventy Percent New England twenty five percent Nashville because he would have fun and he struggled having fun. Retirement surprise team for one percent retirement. Yeah I mean one percent. He just says I'm done with this guys. I don't trust New England it. I've taken a beating in Costa Rica with his wife and kids and there's like you know what I don't miss out you think. What do you think retirements at? I think it's hard to that higher. As ending like twenty-five you'd think yeah I think five twenty five seventy five New England twenty-five retirement. I can see him going to Costa Rica and just saying you know what I don't. We don't show any indication we're going to draft a tight end or wide receivers and I'm out. I can see it. I'd just have it. A smaller percentage. If I'm I'm waiting to see what happens during preseason do I get weapons? He just needs offense weapons. All you have to wait for the draft. You don't have to wait for preseason but that time. Listen New England's got a thread the needle here because bottom line in order. They want him to have to PAY THEM BY MARCH. Eighteenth or too much bigger cap hit so they have to thread the needle on this and. I don't think it's going to happen it's funnier. Tom Can really screw over the Patriots. Tom Can basically not saying he would. But Tom's got a lot of leverage here. They don't have anybody in house. Who can win a lot of games? Is there a true now? Will Blackmon good seeing you always a pleasure? Yeah Yeah Yeah among other things David Bruce Pinot noir fantastic. Who was that David? Bruce Pinot Noir Santa Cruz mountains. Oh Yo I'm his wind was in the nineteen seventy six judgement of Paris. Finish top ten twenty sleeper. It's legit the richest most powerful place on our of fiction. Podcast TUMAN BAY on an epic scale. Powders everything powered everything. We have to get away from this place. Who is our destiny? 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"This is a head gum podcast. Hey london. We're really coming up on it. We have to show is coming up at the london podcast festival at yet king's please yeah. We're gonna be stuck in what that's like english people. They say that they're gonna get stuck. In was i mean i mean and like if you go down like a very narrow alley and it gets narrower narrower and you don't realize it and then all of a sudden you're stuck in. I don't know okay yeah. We're gonna be there september thirteenth and fourteenth. That's a friday and saturday. <hes> go to it and if you were going to go see the doboy on the thirteenth they just canceled their show show her cr show at the same time like across the hall an easy walk yeah you were going to be there anyway but anyway seriously seriously. You know this adds playing on our show there all right well. Some people listen to the bowl probably anyway go t._c. G. t. e. dot com slash live. We'd love to see their hello and welcome to the complete everything everything a podcast about everything euro-zone. How're you doing this week. Tim tom i got hit with. I don't know what ah i had a fever by four no a sickness. That completely swept me off. My feet sounds romantic love with yeah. I had one hundred three fever. Isn't that what they only babies. Get that and you also bring him to the hospital. The was this a rectal temperature or temperature. Today didn't just used. I have <hes> a rectal thermometer now i don't. I have an aural thermometer. Yeah you can use this rectory too. I i did not know. I won't want one that i feel like as soon as we became adolescence and didn't need our temperature taken all that often yeah they have like the instant thermometer the ear one yeah or like the touch it to your head now right. I feel like i went to a doctor's office once and they put like we got a cotton pad on my head up to tape attached to the thing that made contact with the skin was a conflict. I just feel like they really made great. Advances is in thermometer technology one. I think we were just ahead of the rectal thermometer sue i think like before it wasn't too long ugh before us. It was like well. There's only one way to get the temperature. That's true to having it is true. I mean it doesn't make sense that it would be true. No 'cause like under your tongue in your but that's that's gotta be roughly the same ideally yeah real been really's going wrong so anyway tom. I'm i'm recovering. I'm not drinking. You're on your third beer since i got here your accounting and since i'm not drinking i'm really really good good at counting yeah well. These are all day. I as i can bring them all day. After day. Yeah third that you know oh of bakkies me refresh me relaxed says <hes> laid up for for two days to work or anything now wow i cancelled all of my points. I was gonna cancel this today. I'm glad he's busy man impossible marie schedule with me. I did this thing where i would fall. I slept all day. Which is why i wanted to talk about. Naps snaps week here on the complete guide everything and would wake up and my shirt would be soaked through with sweat now because i had such a high fever and that's the worst feeling isn't it yeah. I actually changed my undershirt this morning because i like the did all my morning stuff. You know what i had hot coffee this morning i too much too quickly took a nice hot shower and then you know put on like pants and an undershirt <hes> runaround gillmeister hot already all myself together and feeding the dog and everything and i go to put on my my overshirt mike this this shirts already damp. Did you dry off at shower. Though yeah try is is like i get the shower sweats real bad yeah. You should end your showers with the cold. I do but mike i'm too much of a coward cower to go like real cold lino but i like. I'm the same way i know you're a coward but i also a coward <hes> matching you could get to that. We're just fifteen seconds of turning hot all the way off now. Do it though i think so. Do i knew dishonest afraid. It's gonna make my heart yeah. I mean like in the shower. I'm a little afraid that like i'll faint from it or some yeah and that would be like. Why are you late. I think cheeses. Were you doing here you a healthy man thirties now. I didn't everyone sweaty so turn. It's ice cold weird the two softest telling people at work sick and the guy yeah probably because the change in the weather still it went from like kinda hot outside and it made my body freak out i yeah yeah i don't punch wusses. I've been trying to experiment with a not ice cold but improbably actually if i was out of the shower and i put put my hand in and felt it you know at room temperature bribe. You like still kinda warm when you're taking a hot shower and you switch. This feels freezing yet yeah. I've been trying to do that for like i mean. I want to say like a minute or two by ten fifteen because i'm thinking more four is a length more than like just super cold because i even just a super cold for like ten or fifteen seconds. I'm still gonna have a lot of heat inside ride my body and then even the cold is gonna make my body go. We got a heat up boys. We got a cold one on our hands. Turn on turn on the <hes> the internal furnaces but that wouldn't be that wouldn't be like hey start. Sweating is that deal with excess heat from the inside right but it gets gets me hot and then because here's the thing with the shower sweats at least for me. I don't have math. I and i always think like okay. Everything's great now. You know i brush my teeth. I get my shirt on everything. I get already and then like ten minutes later. It's like all the water's just like adam. It's not it's not waterton sueno. I think it is like water something. It's like a very humid. My body's humid got a human body <hes> <music>. I think you're taking lemme to questions or one question how long it's your daily shower not that long long nowadays i own listen to podcast in the shower like it used to you would listen to an entire pod entire pie gas by. I have a one of those ask shower speakers bluetooth shower speaker acoustics in a bathroom really great stinks. It makes everything loud. Yeah hate it because it makes it loud but like you can't distinguish words very well. That's true. I think also the shower speaker. I have like suction cups onto the tiles. I think like every every like bathroom in my building gets the tests. I'm listening thinks it vibrates through all. I'm afraid of what my neighbors know about my media consumption right. I'm always worried like whenever i'm mike watching something weird on tv and i hear like weird years somebody taking the garbage out. Sometimes i'll pause it like i don't want to like somebody just here like a few seconds of this as they're walking by one of the benefits of living in new york though is you're living on top hop of your neighbors but you rarely ever see them and you never interact with them no so my building has two elevators. It's an eight story building two elevators the poor elevator in a rich l. No just regular old elevators one's better than the other yeah i was waiting for and there's like an internal idea within the building that everybody you don't go in the elevator with another person essentially 'cause they're like pretty tiny elevators not small. They're normal normal for new york city elevator size but like if you're thinking like a hospital elevator keep on dreaming gurney actually yeah but ah seven gurneys in this place you don't censor to like if you're in the lobby and like somebody's buddies waiting for the elevator you go the other elevator and pressed the button. You don't be like i'll go in with you. Tom reynolds everybody. It's every ars it everybody when they see you. Tom reynolds no waiting for the elevator mel but so this happened yesterday were like <hes> <hes> <hes> somebody who's waiting for the elevator. I forget the order but basically both of us press a button and then like we both got off at the same floor on mike. Oh yes the guy that lives in that door i i didn't. I don't know him down recognize them. He knows a lot about you then. Sometimes i see my neighbor my next door neighbor a lot. She's like the only person who's like name. I know and on stuff. Do you ever talk to her. Not really could have been a nice meet cute now. Why why why. Why would i want to meet hugh the person living next door to me because it would be a nice story if it doesn't work out. It wouldn't be a nice story. It sound like the laziest man alive. What if it does work out. You knocked down the wall between the rental. Tim mccann knocked is huge apartment. No personally to you and your family camly. She didn't talk about this case somehow. She knows a lot more about me than i do about her and she no she came up on a dating app like a long time ago but like <hes> on a dating app on and i was like oh no it was like one of those you don't know about this. You know about dating ever then on dating. Have you been married for twenty three years now twenty year long happy to correct they were long happy years town all right well. I mean long in a good way but <hes> <hes> it was like the way those apps like sometimes if somebody likes you you'll they'll show up multiple times. You'll like give you a few chances and that's what happened with this person. I was like fuck like and it was. I forget which i legitimately forget which app it was but you you're showing me. The picture that you screen shouted ed from the right now which is weird now. You have another picture of her. Why do you have so many pictures of her. Don't but like you. Did you get that picture picture town. It was some app that told you like how close the person was and it was like less than fifty feet and almost like this is a hor-. I deleted the app the nightmare so yes. I think she's in love with me. Think most of my neighbors are in love with most people are in love with you like everybody a ah thank you. I've been working on this for a long time myself so i'm glad to hear somebody else saying that vindicates me so that look. I'm not going to be on my game. I think i might still have a fever. Sorry coming into your home. What tim i live in a very confined space. You can i don't think i do. I took advil just in case ok. Well yeah that stops things from being a what's the word contagious have another beer. Maybe maybe alcohol will stave off the germs yeah tim. I'm just trying to make sure we're both working at the same a mental level <hes> tim before we get any further i'd like to <hes> i have a correction and an apology. I'd like to issue from last week's servicer last week. I said that in ancient rome varma tori was where people went to vomit it now at the time i had no idea we had so many professional archaeologists that listen to this show and thankfully geologist's then thankfully took the time to reach out to me publicly privately through any channel available to that to tell me that i was wrong. You know what i'm glad that for once people didn't include me correct correct me personally on something that you insisted on <hes> and and this happened often you'll insist on something you know the skeptical or i don't know if that's true earlier with bruce banner yeah you'll be so condescending to me <hes> <hes> tom reynolds condescending man who is usually wrong <hes> yeah before i said what was the incredible hulk name on the t._v. Show yeah david banner really know bruce banner. Nah i think it's david banner bruce banner bruce banner bruce banner. You mean such a dick back like hey. I'm the comic books. The comic book sky is now me tim dance banner yeah and then you you said we're both right away revolt right but yeah so i'd like to formally apologize. Thank you to everybody that literally literally every message me about this. Oh there's somebody pointed out. I think on our read it that they said it's alice huxley's fault why hi that's like mistranslated as like a popular misconception i remember huxley sucks in s._n._l. Sketch where they were throwing up auditory and that's where my frame of right that's where i love this huxley history. I'm sorry i said he sucks he doesn't i didn't enjoy the turns that brave new world took that doesn't mean the man was an excellent writer right while he's dead presumably right yeah. He's entered a brave new world of his own heaven all right tim enough apologizing. I refuse to be censored. Can't believe you apologize any longer well and <hes> just because you were called out online. It's like an onion tom. It'll never end yeah you're right. Don't apologize i stand by. Hey uh <hes> anyone who corrected me win. Did you go to ancient rome. Did you know what happened inventory. Yes did you know were you there. Did did you see with your own two eyes. That's very interesting because i like to hear more if you were actually there. I'd like to see the time machine that you took or if you're you know a thousands of years old that would also be of interest to me oh and if you can definitively prove that nobody ever vomited in a vomit aurium. I'd like to see that evidence that you have thrown up all the time back in the old days. Everything was expired and they one person ever vomited in a mature yeah. I would like to invite any me listener to come debate me. Change my mind tim this week. We're talking about you. Not thinking what podcasters we're kinda like the philosophers of our time in people are offended by the by the truths we tell them yeah socrates and say i don't know socrates. Not that might be wrong now. They were like thanks so much. Thanks so much for towns about that. Socrates is guess what it's like in the old old times and it's boring as hell and just listening to old man talk about his ideas by far the most interesting thing. Go puke and vomit unless there's like nobody else like <hes> you know a show today. We're in a like a lion's gonna rip amana part all right doubling down on things. You're clearly wrong. Check timur talking about naps this week. Naps hopefully the you're not taking one while listening to this. I don't care if you are not. I've been listening to podcasts when i wake up in the morning. Yeah i now has an alarm. No i wake up like two hours before my alarm like listen is not hours of podcasts. I wake up at like four thirty and four thirty. What the hell's wrong with you. I don't know i'm a deviant the losing my mind i wake up at four thirty and to say i'll never get back to sleep. Put on a podcast in the three minutes. I'm asleep then. It always goes outta. My cue and i can't find it later. Here's my suggestion because this is something. I thought about recently a two phones. No a lot of podcast apps have sleep timers yeah because is <hes> to set it because i've been thinking about <hes> listening to audio books at night and that was one of my concerns. I'm like i'm. I'm gonna fall asleep. I'm going to you know wake up and scattered if played the whole damn book not gonna know where i left off timer. Here's my problem with that. You said it for a a half hour right yeah and if you fall asleep in ten minutes. You don't know that it's been ten minutes so you had to go back. We wake up and like find to your place in it or the most stressful thing is when you're doing it to lake lowell you back to sleep yeah and then they try as you're falling ling asleep. The murderer merges no the the thing the timer and the sleep timer and it turns out and then you're just like oh now i was so close but now i had to start and then you had to get up and restart it and that there should be a an option of like instead of stopping the thing completely completely like start playing like jaber shafter words or start playing smartening things in your head yeah vocabulary abiola builders right. There are podcasts that are just meant to go to sleep. Do you know those hands before anybody tax. Before anybody sends just a message saying yeah like your podcast. Hey can cram it yeah but also if we help you fall asleep. You're welcome yeah. It's stressful times. If you need something to take your mind kind of of the of the hell on earth which we live and the monster that lives under your bed one more thing. Tom sam habit this for an app. You know these these apps that you say about this for an up and tell me about inap- that already exists this. Is this poster pictures. This is a i forget what the app is called. I think i think i apple ripped it off in college like bedtime or something yeah. This is bedtime for podcasts but you know those assets. You put the podcast of the bed you you put you put your phone on your bed and it like sleep cycle. It tells you when you're asleep when you're awake in writing based on like the movement john this should be a feature in a podcast app as soon as it senses. You're asleep matt when it turns off yeah that way a you're not missing anything there. There's gotta be something that does that already. I don't know maybe we should be the first idea had insurance not just by one app and stack the other one on top of it. That's on how making apps for your stacks put the health. I've never heard of stack. Oh development yea. Oh that's what that means is stacking one app on the other. Get double the functionality. It's ridiculous that instagram. It was such a big idea. It was just place a post pictures. They had the filter so that was the fan dan the beginning. Nobody uses filter 'cause the phone's got much better the cameras at least the phone's ta the phones to the making some phone calls lately. They crystal clear good job. Well done. Thank you need to think your carriers well. I sent the letter all right now. Snaps tim pro or anti map. I am pro nap in that. I i wish i could achieve the lifestyle in which i could take a nap without feeling like an asshole so like a <hes> like a a like a per person in mexico that owns like a storefront and they take a siesta and it's part of the culture and it's like nobody. It feels like an asshole because everybody does it. Yeah sure see you need to move somewhere where there's a napping culture spain like a lot of of europe a lot of asia a lot of south america. The u._s. is somewhat unique not completely but somewhat unique in that naps frowned upon their soon as a lazy thing to do whereas everybody else not everybody else but alive other places in the world. They're like not great like i mean i only know oh internationally about like siesta and the idea basically being well. It's very hot in the afternoon in a lot of places in mexico. You've just had a big meal. You've had a nice big launch. Everybody need big lunches time. Everybody's gonna take five not five like an hour or whatever whatever and there's gonna take a nap and it's fine. Everybody does at the same time so nobody's days the stopped it. Are you sure that it's in mexico that they take the e._s._e.'s yeah. He shares not speen. Look them yeah doctor bruce banner the besides being one of the leading gamma scientists in the world. There's also one of the leading sleep scientists. I think it's spain. I think it's mexico it might be spain. Yeah i think it spain but they do a lot of tim. What language they speak in mexico spanish town. I think aligning fiestas oh i could go for one of close to get all your cultural knowledge from looney tunes curfews and like <hes> whatever a special taco bell has going on whatever new <hes> span. That's where i get a lot of spanish vocabulary introduced to me. The siesta have it has has been associated with a thirty seven percent reduction in coronary mortality yeah so i was reading a lot about the health stuff behind it <hes> and apparently after so yeah like when you're younger taking naps seems good for you. <hes> healthwise however as you start to get older wanting to take naps a lot apparently they've identified as a a precursor for alzheimer's oh really yeah and then when you get like seventy and above if you take naps allot your mortality arrate doubles really yeah but i think that might just be because it's like you're given the grim reaper more chances to get your freddie krueger. The freddie krueger goes after kids. He isn't gonna people well. Times are tough. Times are tough. These kids nowadays are on their phone all the time. Timeframe kruger doesn't have a chance. You think some eighty one year old it'd be like love. Freddy krueger's trying to get me. They wouldn't even know who that is. No they probably be like oh. It's freddie from the boat club. Oh they know him yeah well because like he's all burned up. He looks old yeah so they would think like oh the club not of course you've already words like that dumb hat and a sweater dresses like an old man yeah. I don't know i think the number one if an old person was like a man is after me in my dreams they'd be like grandma yeah the the scary man looks like the boy from your boat club. It's coming to kill you in your dreams. We know you got bird at the plo club you say yeah i think at like once once you're past a certain age don't go to sleep ever ever is as much as you can avoid. Now's never sleeps illinois why his sleep is the cousin of death yeah. He didn't come up with that. What nods didn't come up with that saying hey did. We didn't get a in a song. I know but did you check the footnotes of the song no if he attributed attributed to some young genius dot com and father people have said sleep is a cousin of death but did they say they never sleep because sleep is the cousin of death. Maybe not that but i mean that's the logical next step. If sleep is the cousin of death and that makes me feel less afraid about dying right right yeah sleep and feels pretty good agreed so maybe death is just the best sleep ever says says here tom we need. We need an intern on this show. I think yeah or research assistant house was the first rapper say okay but <hes> this guy on yahoo. Answers believes the first person was <hes> an old english poet charles sackville. I was gonna say socrates know you hate everything he had to say. Now i like i only like him because bill and ted's excellent adventure though in fairness the best job will be is that the entire time they just call them so yeah and like as a kid. You don't get that like i think they wouldn't let them have that dumb. Joke the entire runtime they'd be like no but people need to ask after the first time like have somebody correct then he own have bill and ted's dumb but no they don't do that. They don't go for the easy z. One yeah it's it's also a congolese proverb. That sleep is a cousin of death. How how old going how far back does it say. That's a good question. I don't know so so who knows now. Maybe not as did come up with it disputed. He came up with it and then it became a congolese province. I think just it's a lot of people don't know where it came from said poet the congo rappers who were the poets of arjun asian shen tim during the break <hes> you just sit additional research which yeah now himself <hes> recognizes that it was a saying from before he was born yeah. That's an african proverb. Yeah got it from genius genius dot com. Wow that's a great site. <hes> yeah other use be rap genius. They've expanded. They've brought in their horizons. They're still great for learning what rap lyrics are about. They never lost their. What else do they do. Meaning like what at at what what did they expand to beyond lyrics no just all well number one all types of lyrics from all genres rap but that's that's like the best for me like wow like rock lyrics. There's not that many but sometimes it's like. I love it's like yeah. It was she who is her right like <hes> worst times as the singer's mom. You're so vain mia right. Hey who's that song about you head over to beatty or in that very same song this this came up. I looked up that song recently because actually my wife i wanted to know women's the clouds in my coffee line. Was i mean from what song you're so vain. Oh there they were clouds in my coffee milk in there right rama's dream about that. That's pretty boring. Keep davos song yeah but then they linked to. They annotated it with her explaining that lyric in an interview. I don't remember what it was dumb lyric but kudos kudos to you genius and then they tried to do a thing where you could apply their genius technology to articles and stuff that would basically footnote articles and they tried to do it. I think in the debates in twenty vaguely remember one of those things where it's like. We have a good idea that works for one thing. Let's make it everywhere where all the time and then it really is like no. I don't think we want this. <hes> i resent. I've been reading a lot of like bad articles lately on the toilet. <hes> i've been reading a lot of breitbart tournament. No i've been reading a lot of like. I guess i've been trying to not be on twitter as much anymore twitter. She's bad right yeah. No i think we all need to just like dunk on this one new york times columnist for twenty four hours straight. I if i pat him on the street i wouldn't recognize him in a million years trying to kill himself. The guy's a jerk from what i read from what took me like twenty minutes even figure out what that's the problem with twitter to to say it. I'm not afraid that like anytime on i stay away from twitter for awhile then i go back on like i have no idea what the hell anyone's talking about now. I gotta go figure out what they're talking about and inevitably once. I figured i'm going to be like wow. This is stupid. I hate this y. Did i spend time looking this up. I better not stay up twitter this long again i also i'll be out of the loop. Seven reading like i've been looking at the apple news app <hes> that does brings in a bunch of articles and like inevitably the worst thing you can do some the thing that randomly magazine news trying to poop you know i'm just trying to pass the time read a book. I'm gonna bring a book into the bathroom s. discussing with i drop it in the toilet. Do you drop your phone in the toilet. Gotta waterproof phone so you're upset that the book look would be unreadable right unless it's laminated yeah. We'll just laminate your books for crying can laminate my own books and i do thank you very much but the one from the library don't come laminated. We'll do a public service in laminate the books from the library why i favour favor. I <hes> laminated this. I don't know how they would react. I went to the library the other day. They have a phone chargers there now you you see this <hes>. It's a dangerous precedent. It's like like attract teens. No because here's the thing it's like one of those lockers z. Swab your library card and opens up a little thing. You put your phone in there. It's like a bed for your phone asleep. In c- can't use your phone while this is happening but your phone safe and sound safe and sound while leton asleep took a mike earn up what what was oh. I read this article. I'll finish it and then we can talk about napping. I was like oh these famous couples you. You didn't know where couples fucking warren beatty and annette benning out of your mind if you know who either these people are you're today you know that they're married to each other. Did you talk about this article last week on the show and you're upset that curl mid did yes same article but now warren beatty came out so i wanna talk about it again. Okay you. You wouldn't believe the couples there were some of the most famous couples going to save article targeting adding probably sixty plus three young people. That was the most frustrating part young people don't know who a net fanning gas what i'm saying hangzhou's in captain marvel though okay but i'm saying that like that seemed to be the target audience where it was like you know a net banning or you know warren beatty but but i bet you're too young to know that they're married to each other. I mean when did they get married. They got married like thirty years ago. Twenty years ago he was having yeah they they were married. During dick tracy no he was having trysts with m- with madonna high issue shortly after history with breathless dick tracy what a great movie dick tracy was then. I gotta watch that movie. I bet that movies nuts. What's i bet it sucks. It's real boring you ever see that a c._n._n. Special that warren beatty did aim character as dick tracy. You just keep the rights to dick tracy no and c._n._n. Stop doing stuff like that. I don't know if it was c._n._n. But i feel like it was like a news organization and warren beatty was playing dick tracy and it was like a non fiction show but he was wearing in the trenchcoat and everything being dick tracy and it was apparently a rights thing where it was the the rights would revert back if warren beatty didn't make a live action dick tracy x. year so he did like this weird tv special replayed dick tracy. I see so it's cannon <hes> he was he directed and starred in dick tracy in nineteen ninety yeah he and annette benning wed in nineteen ninety two okay. He hasn't been in a lot of movies in the last thirty years old now. He's eighty eighty two yeah but when was in that dick tracy thing nine hundred ninety no no special. I don't know well. You see not been ally things. There's there's got to be not very many listings in there. You should be able to find it the dick tracy tv special two thousand eight. Oh yeah yeah yeah so. It's like i mean. I guess that's not super recent but it's like almost twenty years after the movie since dick tracy he's bugsy then three years later love affair right and then four years later than three years later town and country <hes> and then fifteen years later rules. Don't apply and then that's it. He's enjoying retirement sure annette benning still out there. We're working hard yeah. She's become the breadwinner and she's probably been the bread breadwinner the whole time tim you're underestimating those dick tracy royalties coming. He gets a cut on every comic strip in the newspaper. Wow he gets a cut on on every watched telephone. That gets sold your remember. When i was such a crazy thing in like my watch can do that now and i would never dream in a million years ago phone call on my watch but it was an insane technology that back then in the frigging nineteen thirties yeah and having a yellow jacket yeah right that's audacious we don't have the die is available to make fabric that color who everybody would wear hats again. You know there's a lot of things. I wish everybody was more into just so i wouldn't look like an asshole. Hats are probably up there like you can't wear a fedora because only people that wear for doors are jerk offs right yeah yeah exactly i want more people out there ride and segues and scooters to get to the breaking point where i can do with alec and like a jerk 'cause i would love to have like a motorized scooter but like i don't want to be tom the motorized scooter guy. What if you break your hip or something no. I'm not saying like a rascal scooter. I'm saying like one of the stand up scooters. I've never been on one. I want to be on one really yeah. I still haven't been on a segway. I wanted to be on a segway tapers. I saw a guy riding. One of the new segues the other day down the street. I was so jealous in new york yeah. Did you make a citizen's arrest. Oh you're allowed to override them now. They changed the laws. Thankfully you would think that they'd be everywhere. They're starting to. They're getting there yeah the new ones i don't believe in the weirdest bubble the new ones don't go the new ones look like the the hover boards. It's like that style like it doesn't go all the way up but it has like a bar that goes up to the knees kind of so you need like more balance no. I don't know why it's got the thing going up to the knees do more research. Please researching ma'am by one maybe to embarrassed to drive around. I'll just ride ended up in town my small hallway here in my apartment tim o. What was the other thing. I'm looking forward to becoming bigger no name you might just been those two big johnson t shirts. Those are as big as they get. Here's one and this goes with naps nap pods. Okay like you remember like ten years ago. Maybe you start hearing about like you know this new company google where you search for things they i have not pods in their offices. I wish that caught on more. I wish more places had nap pods. That sounds great. Yeah i think they would become abused abused. People would have sex in them now. I think people too much time in the napa is for nap innocuously people would people would eat in the napa. Uh no no eating in the in the nap pods at work and just dick around on their phones. I don't think so so that the idea these na- pods was basically like a reclining chair almost like a dentist share. I'm gonna say it's more like attentive share the drills and everything attached of course <hes> and and then just light that goes in your face no in lieu of that light he would have a big dome that would go over you <hes> and that would black everything out and make everything in quiet and he could just laying there and take a goddamn nap just a break from the world and this was like a wacky thing that google and and some other startups had and i was excited thinking trend yeah. They're these nap. Pods are going to be everywhere. Won't that be great but that never really happened. I wasn't a mall in las vegas and they had it wasn't a nap pod. It was very strange. It was like a little nap room room but it was a free standing thing looked almost like a <hes> like a photo booth but bigger and it was just like a room from that you could dislike rent for our no like twenty minutes at time and you could just go in that room and take a nap very calling it. A room is generous every single coffin e like a tall car. They get the dave navarro experience like a coffin. You could walk in coffin. You can walk in that was the name of it but i would have liked to have called on moore in my problem. How do you get people out of that. I think the the lights turn on brighton and here's what happens to me whenever i take no. Here's i don't want to wake up from this dang nap. We'll we'll get to that. Leap in for christ's sakes lee alone. I think you swipe your credit card in this thing so i think it's like hey you wanna stay here. We're charging by the man second like in nine seven six number. I don't trust myself to call nine seven six number. Just gonna stay on the line and i don't trust myself to get getting one of those nap pods 'cause i know i won't get up so many times. I've tried to take naps and it's been like okay. It's four p._m. <hes> uh-huh i'm going to wake up at four thirty on the dot. Yeah i'm hittin snooze until from like eight thirty yeah yeah and then it's eight thirty. What am i gonna do can't salvage the day now. Watch t._v. And watch cheers and fall back asleep right or you're gonna watch last years until like three in the morning. You can't fall asleep. That's my big beef with nap stem. Look i love a nap but you need to get out of a nap somehow so the idea so are you familiar with the phrase power naps a power nap aka a stage two nap is essentially a less than twenty minute minute nap because they say after twenty minutes you get the slow wave slow wave sleep slow wave sleep deepak like your brain changes which is like the best part of sleep right. It's i think that's like the rams sleep like the deep sleep sleep. That makes you feel really good. The reason why we all like sleeping well and like the sleep that you need so if you use like a sleep tracker of any kind worth its salt fault. It's gonna it's gonna be a new app. Then stacks podcast app on top of the sleep cycles right. If you've got an al call that sleep pod just like what you want. I thought you i thought you were gonna say sleep. Stack sleeps expert good but then you don't know that it has a podcast. Oh yeah but what if somebody downloads and things like i press a button and a sleep pod odd pops out. Well guess what you've already down downloaded the app and twelve dollars twelve dollars precis tim. I don't know i'm i'm in here valuable service plus. We're trying to trick people who think it's something else right people who think twelve dollars for asleep. That's a bargain yeah. You're about the they keep sneaking into the app store there these ads i mean it's kind of a brilliant scam where they for like iphone setup touch i._d. Home button that they say like oh. This is a <hes> a heart rate monitor and we're a dim the display put your finger on the button and we're gonna take your heart rate will they dimmed the display and then pop up like a like a sign up for one hundred dollars dollars a month thing pressed i._t. To approve and then your thumbs or like close your eyes while this is happening to like get the most accurate heart rate pretty genius. I mean evil real shitty but anyway <hes> <hes>. That's what you like. Tom no tim i just respect a good scam. That's all aw yes so less than twenty. Minutes is what you're supposed to do for an optimal nap. Also i feel like the the the nomenclature when we changed from to power nap from the name before this which which was a cat uh-huh. That's the same thing as a cat nap yeah but people you know you and your executives in boardrooms and i had to go take a cat nap before this <hes> before the big presentation sounds like you're not serious. Take me or the executive the executive now you'd be the laughingstock. They say i'm going to go take power nap power nap now. That's that projects. Excuse me power yeah do you. Are you familiar with caffeine naps yet. That's like a newer thing thing to do like a shot or two of espresso and then take a nap or drinking coffee but like intake some caffeine flick fairly quickly weekly yeah because they say it takes about twenty to thirty minutes for the caffeine to hit your system. That doesn't seem right with me right. It seems he's like the caffeine sweating. Almost immediately seems like the first sip of coffee. I feel like <hes> jim carey in the mess when when he puts at mascot is like jim carey in the mass grave put that mask on civic coffee and i go somebody stop me m._i._t. Psychosomatic but after i've had a cup of coffee my first cup of coffee of the day the last thing i wanted to do is go take a nap now. It's not worth the cup. That's a big problem man like you know i i. I work for myself and like that's why i have to get out of the house. He's in the house. I constantly think i'll just take a nap right now. I'll take a very quick nap and never appears to me even when i'm home alone and have nothing to do i taking a nap is never on the docket really yeah i know i am not disciplined enough to take a nap. It will ruin my whole day. You know how often i take naps tim every every day almost every day. Yeah that's i. I wanna call you a loser but really i'm just jealous. I'm not gonna go into the so what is your life. How do you so you take a nap everyday and then you wake up and eat an italian ice couch. I'm going to go into that stick because i'd love to have half of that in my life but here's the problem so because of like you said i've actually gotten a lot better recently at actually just taking a twenty minute nap feeling pretty good when i wake up but but the problem with it is i then have to take a nap on my couch to do that if i take my head them in my nice comfortable bed ed and i just want to sleep as long as like about having anything they do. I just want to keep the cushions off your cash so you don't get too comfortable. No oh keep the cushions off. I can't get comfortable couch avid just keep sleeping no now i think i'm developing like severe back and neck proud sleep. You're not meant to sleep yeah for sleeping on a lot of weird sleep habits though no would you like whenever we go to the u._k. To do shows at the london podcast festival like this upcoming september thirteenth fourteenth <hes> you get so severely jet-lagged as soon as we land. You're like well. I'm gonna disappear for thirty six hours and come back back and still complain about how have my sleep is. All off. Wolkanczik sleep on the plane is don't get good sleep on the plane so take flight during the day. They're hard to find her. They are and then like if you take a flight during the day than you get in at night night yeah then you could go to bed. Yeah tate does his own thing is more like well now paying for like another other nights hotel yeah but they might be worth it because that i sleep all day usually like a real shitty hotel. There's something anyway nap. Pods napping on a couch versus the bed versus as he ever sleep on your desk sleep on my desk doc not like on it. Put my head down no <hes>. I don't think i'd be able to fall asleep. I try to do that sometimes. <hes> where i work and yeah i can't really like do it. Aren't you not led to make any noise there. What happens if you start snoring. I don't really snore snore. Usually guy crossed me lately. He's been pounded is keyboard so hard. I want to rattle strangling to death anyway. <hes> did you ever take naps in preschool. I don't think thinks oh here's why i think that might be. I only went to preschool. I think for half a day and i think that a amounted for even now. I think that's just what they offered. You could either go in the afternoon man half of one day no yeah yeah. That's what i did too yeah so i think like they dropped me off at nine a._m. And came back to get hit eleven and i don't know that they needed to squeeze nap into that timeframe. Oh yeah oh that makes sense. I never thought about that but yeah. That's why i didn't take a nap. Yeah look i. I know my nephew goes to daycare right and they drop them. It was we were in the time. We grew up in the land of milk and honey <hes>. I don't know what the deal was. I don't know <hes> babysitters that were cheaper. I guess i don't know but <hes> my nephew is a daycare a._k. And he's there like all day yeah yeah. My niece goes to the daycare for not all day but like a good chunk of the same and like <hes> and yeah kids kids. She's there for eight hours a day. The kids need to sleep man. Whatever i see some fucking doc in toddler. What a nap. I wanna take this kid. Be like you have no idea you have no idea you little idiot. Yeah you're yeah. I wish somebody would tell me. I have to take a nap yeah. I wish everybody in the world was telling me no. The only thing you need to do right now is sleep in the middle of the day. Don't worry about anything else yeah. Ridiculous kids are doi- salvo problem shorts <music> <music>. Hello and welcome to tim and to solve your problems. I'm tim i'm tom. We're going to solve a problem. Hey if you're coming to our london shows hey. I bet you didn't know we had london shows coming up september thirteenth and fourteenth if you're coming to these shows and you should g._t. Dot com slash live life. We'd like to solve your problem live on stage. You'll get a prize email us at the complete guide to everything at gmail.com in just put a london show in the in the subject line. This person actually says that they're coming to london show but they said not to use their name so i assume they. I didn't want this red alive on cash key. Give me a man's name. Tim david preuss speth ner. David bruce is bid bruce all right so david bruce writes. Hi tim and tom greetings from london loved the show and hopefully looking forward to seeing your life show next month. We overlay elite tickets and put it in your diary that you're coming yeah. I might have to work. Take the day off david. Please don't use my name name. If you choose to read this out. I have a problem which i'd appreciate your invaluable wisdom for. I currently work in a small team as data data analysts. We currently have grad in great. I didn't want to say it but hey here's some advice. I get a less boring job next. We currently have a graduate on placement with us which is part of their broader two year grad scheme so somebody's pulling a scheme. They've been placed. That's no one difference between the u._s. and the u._k. That can't wrap my head around that scheme. Disease zien scheme doesn't mean sneaky and underhanded yeah. She's been in our team for a few months and his soon to leave for her. Next placement at the end of attemp is at the end of september at the end of september and they're from our discussions. I know oh she doesn't intend to stay in the company after the to your scheme stealing she's taking all the money so of all the jewels by the last part of any risky. Let's get outta town and has asked me to be a reference for a couple of academic applications as she's planning on doing a doctorate. So what's the problem well well. She might be one of the worst colleagues i've ever worked with the spy coming from decent university and having a very good degree. She seems incapable of doing simple simple tasks. I have to explain things. Multiple times often redo analysists before i send it out because it's wrong and it takes her days to do work. That is incredibly really simple. I think because she's paying on leaving. She's not bothering to put any effort in or learn anything. It's also her behavior as well behavior spelled with the u. Here i'll never get over that. She's laid almost everyday spends most of her time on her phone. I've got her browsing instagram several times and even playing words with friends at her desk and dressing casual clothes despite it being a smart dress workplace. She disappeared several times a day for thirty minutes plus and i recently discovered. He's been playing with their phone on a bench outside near the nearby park. It might sound like i'm being a little one-sided but i've also the numerous complaints from other sap. She's been taking off her shoes and socks in meetings playing on all that's that's playing on her phone while whilst visiting visiting clients and apparently she slammed the door and someone's face when he offered to swipe per into a building yeah if he's offering during the we share off space with a lot of i._t. Staff and i've heard about time she's ignored them when they've tried to sarah conversation and scowled at them when they've greeted her a few of the behavioral therapy things i've mentioned in our meetings but she was forced upon our team and because she's leaving next month i've just chosen ignore it and lay be someone else's problem the coward's way out his that was his count on us. My question is what to do about these references. I feel my choices either. Tell her the truth. Impossibly sinker application might be cathartic. That's also commentary <hes> lie and say how good she is or write a really bland one. I'll say she turned up for work. Completed tasks excetera. What would you do in my situation. Thanks dr david bruce banner. This guy is a misogynist bowl. Why why do you just jump to that because he thinks a woman isn't good at her job. He thinks this particular woman isn't good first of all. I'm kidding. I mean he might be. I don't know that she's doesn't sound like anything like oh and she's always you know doing her nails. The code was for our generation. You're never gonna be able to actually chilly be off of work right. You're going to carry email around with a device sending emails. You're gonna live with constant. I angry from work right. Never off the clock yeah and the trade off is you can look at instagram at work yeah right. I know i don't think yes he. He undercut his point a little bit by mentioning. I've caught her looking at it's like well. I've never spent more than maybe thirty seconds looking at instagram like you can't get lost in instagram unless but at models or people who are looking at discover a lot see i never knew i. I know somebody a very non <unk>. Social media focused person and she's like. I had to quit instagram discover. I spend spend hours there. Say how many people do you know. Didn't you run out of content and she's like no. I look up slow gel in discovering new things god's so but she's like slime undiscovered and there's just hundreds of thousands of slime videos that it's you see them all fairly not yeah anyway. Maybe this girl is looking at <hes> the slime videos for hours i mean i guess i don't follow oh a ton of people on instagram yeah. I guess maybe that's blue coloring. My kids like i'll go on instagram a few times a day but when i look it's like three three new pictures. I look at them on mike i need. I've got nothing else. Look at sitting on a bench outside the office <hes>. I don't think that's a huge offence either. It is if like you to supposedly at work yeah but sometimes you know you you get in this mindset where hey it's only daylight for a few hours every day right and not going to spend ninety percent of it just inside this frigging room. I think i'm going to get outside. I'm gonna get some vitamin. D i agree one hundred percent except like the you also can then think you're you're going to get a great reference and also if you're going to do that then catching some rays tom but also if you're gonna do that then you get bear. Make sure sure you're doing your other work really yeah yeah. I guess she's just better job. <hes> i a good review cares. I mean i would say so. The coward's way out the easy way is just right or a bland review is right right the like like like a review. That sounds like you're being interrogated by the police like yes. I know this person. She worked at this place a from this date to approximately the state and then that's it but i feel a hey you can't i mean i don't know how these things were but like you can't like sink her application. You give her a bad reference. She's just not going to use that reference right yeah. Yeah i think although sometimes to give him in sealed envelopes. Maybe i don't know how anything works yeah. I'm assuming that she's not going to be able to see to vet this before. She sent it off okay woman. That's different but here's what you do. You give her a fighting chance. Here's the thing she might be bad at her job. Most people are bad at their jobs. <hes> there's a lot of complaints that wayne gretzky well. You know there's there's a reason he's called the great one and there's only one of him stir crazy hereford to his job so anyway. They look the instagram thing sitting on a bench thing. That's just human stuff. That's fine <hes>. You can't sink somebody because she was mean to guys in the i._t. I._t. department or scowled at them when they were trying to flirt with her or whatever that's fine say they're trying to flirt women in the i._t. Department tim and furthermore. I think the only real she's not greater job find you. The only real offense was taking her shoes and socks off in meetings. I say you right or a glowing review lie about everything gloss over the fact that she's great at her job that she's terrible at her job. Make it sound like she's the best best you've ever had at the company and then guess what mentioned that she takes her shoes and socks up in the meeting. It's indisputable. She does is it right. It's true it's a fact and what is she going to get mad at you for lying about <hes> her other performance which is great by saying a thing that is objectively true against all these <hes> aggrandizing lies. She's gonna get this recommendation layer martyred right to h._r. And say the league this letter this pervert herbert wrote about my feet. There's no reason mentioned somebody's feet under any circumstance in a referral letter. Maybe she shouldn't take her shoes and socks and always and you think that guy is going to be able to say oh well if she want me. <hes> gawk at outta maybe she shouldn't have been flaunting during either shoes and socks your socks up. I see shoes. You're wearing sackless shoes and yeah. You're dangling on your feet or whatever whatever but like taking your socks off. That's like bend over endure yeah well. You're certainly have have to bend over to put them back on yeah. Maybe you don't maybe just leave them. Oh god janitor take care of them. That's your answer for for everything i would say. Just tell our lookout thing. I'm the best person to give your recommendation. I would have a very good recommendation asian. Give you if she's like well. I still want him being right. 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Tom reynolds felony at your pal to him. He can follow the whole show at complete guide on twitter yet <hes> i'm. I'm fading fast. Yeah yeah very tired. Maybe you should take a nap. Who a disco nap. You're not disco napa. Let's just like a nighttime nap before you go out to get <hes>. Do you remember get ready for the disco. Do you remember the time you and i and in two other people moved into an apartment and i had a house before you even susie said or whatever the time i know exactly what you're talking about. We had a house party and it's like okay you know like probably it was like our first adult apartment yeah and it was pretty big in invited a lot of people i had a lot of friends at the time you did before you really needed them all somewhat true and it was like seven p._m. And i think people are gonna come starting around like eight era well. I'm gonna take a quick nap a disco net. I'd gotten home from work. It was a friday night and it was like okay. I'm just gonna just gonna sleep for a little bit. I wake up and party. I did not wake up blake people coming into my room. Yeah waking me up the door to your room was just like open the entire party and i was just sleeping and people would wake me up for like five minutes at a time and i'd hold court and then i can fall back asleep and then another group would come in and like what maybe twenty thirty thirty person party. Yeah i remember a bunch of people just kept kind of people coming and going but like consistent like thirty people pretty much in the marmon marmon. Yeah i mean it was memorable weird like a bunch of like work friends and they're like oh. Let me like me. Tim your roommate and i was like well. He's the doors open. He's in there. Who's asleep and that's just the kinda shit that twenty three year olds do though yeah you're right. You're going through a growth spurt problem. Yeah i grew six inches that summer. How people do dumb shit. I also is the time where is time in her lives. Where the previous probably fifty nights drinking at least eleven beers every night <hes> so i might have just had my body might have just been like oh. You're going to bed before three a._m. For the first time yeah we're gonna. We're gonna capitalize on this anyway. Europe horrible party house yeah. That's true a lot of <hes> doing a lot of work. That sure cleaned up a lot. Afterwards and cleaning up wasn't the priority of the hosts. It was trying to to make sure that he was having a good time was going to get where i tell. Everybody was having a good time by the way they kept coming into my room and trying to wake me up to save the <music> good time everybody dancing tensing de dancing. They can get enough thirty people at any given time edvin hi tom now they weren't high man. This is a drug free party. Were you trying to imply about my party's. Tim and this is one of those nineties era caffeine. 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Set Lusting Bruce with Collin Murr

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

45:20 min | 1 year ago

Set Lusting Bruce with Collin Murr

"Hey this is cory from the showdown podcast. I'm not talking about movies. I'm listening to set less than Bruce. Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode of set listening Bruce Your podcast all about Bruce springsteen. His music and mostly is fans. I am your host Jesse Jesse Jackson and joining me. Today is a a new twitter friend High Colin welcome to the show hi thanks for having me yeah so we were exchanging a few things on on twitter and as I always do if anyone shows any interest about Bruce springsteen at all like hey want to be on the podcast so and columnists nice that's to say yes so welcome to the show <hes> tell us what about yourself well in from Pennsylvania. I'm twenty seven years old and I'm a writer I can't really call myself and author because having published anything in terms of books but I do blogging and I write books and screenplays and and I went to college for Creative Writing University of Pittsburgh. We'll very nice. That's that's cool and what what John Ras. Do you like to write in. What kind of writing do you like to do? I kind of do a little bit of everything but recently found myself writing a lot of comedy okay and I also do prefer to write in like mystery or film noir which is what I love in terms of movies on big movie Fan. I blog about movies so the one book I've finished like detective story sort of little bit of horror thrown in very nice so are you now working through the how to get published scenario yeah yeah I've been looking into that. It's a long road especially when you crossover genres in a book some people looking for a very specific style book so yeah absolutely well best of luck to you so we always liked to start with <hes> childhood so talk about growing up. What kind of music did your family listened to as when you were a kid one of my dad grew up on all kinds of classic rock but when I was a kid he wasn't listen to that too much time? Mostly it was either classical <hes> some contemporary Christian but not allowed in the pastor okay so can have honestly I was raised from probably days old on folk music like American folk music and so like Stephen Foster that kind of thing even before it was an elementary school with learning that kind of thing very nice so so your father's a pastor so you're preacher's kid yet <hes> with all that that is good and bad about that. Yes I grew up. I grew up in a Baptist Church and so I certainly had my share friends and knowing that you know as I went to Bible camps and other things met <hes> you learned about the pastors and Ministers family in that the joy and the struggle of having that you mentioned your dad. How about your mom? What kind of music did she like? She was more. The G. enjoyed the classical style of music she. I think we had a lot of classical music in the home growing up even apparently before I was born when she was pregnant with I heard you would listen to classical music. I don't know if that's a advice you hurt or something but so as a kid. I didn't like it grew up like yeah I can appreciate classical music yeah. So what do you tell me about your first awakenings. Where you kind of found your own music? How old what were you and what what were you drawn to? I on my own music. When I was about nine or ten years old started listening to country music so yeah we went to I think it was called Kentucky operate in Kentucky Huggy? It's like the Grand Ole opry not famous obviously and I heard some country music when I get into some of that so I said listen to the radio I really grew to like some of it never was across the board mainstream country but there was a lot of stuff. I liked so like Garth Brooks. I still enjoy that kind of thing and four on the folks at a country I do still enjoy would have kind of phased out of a good bit country music but it was definitely a part of my upbringing yet. Someone's going to ask asked. What kind of music did you like? I mean like you mentioned Garth Brooks about others. Let's see Girthy garth brooks favored by like Brad Paisley had really interesting sounds for a time traffic. I think you're also like there was a really obscure van but they're still on paper bands. They were called Pin Monkey. They were kind of like bluegrass Americana Country <hes> they really didn't get much radio play but I heard a song or two and their albums are so genuine sounding. I just love their sound. There is a here in Texas. I guess not just in Texas but you know we have read the red dirt country and we also have a fair amount of Americana that kind of that's combination nomination folk in you know country and Western a little bit of rock so that can be very interesting to talk about <hes>. I'm a big Brad Paisley Fan as well I <hes> I saw him perform form somewhere and I thought he was really interesting and started collecting some of his old CDs and really really enjoyed it so yeah. I'm right there with you yeah. I really especially like his early work <unk> his guitar playing really good he is he. I totally agree did so as you continue to grow. Did you keep liking country or did you continue Braun. Your taste yeah I sort of around fifteen or sixteen started listening to more southern rock in brothers that kind of thing and then I got into more rock of any era basically these eighties nineties so I started listening to like the Eagles and created what revival stuff like that which actually turned my dad back on that kind of thing funny enough yeah. He's like Oh wait a minute. I this is just kind of stuff yeah and honestly it's weird. That's how I came into Bruce was John Fogerty has the Song Rock and all over the world and I saw over Spring Santa who that is. I don't know music and I clicked on like that's nice that cover that was the first gruesome I heard was a cover rock and all over the world yeah absolutely that's a good cover and what we'll talk about your Bruce Journey a little bit so you heard this cover. Yes so what you decide to do next. I think it was just all I knew for a little bit about six months later later on the radio. I heard born to run. I think this probably important moment in every verse Fans Life First Time they heard born to run. Absolutely it just something I think I've ever heard and it was just a rock station. I believe it was a serious radio. One of those and I was like Oh what is that and when clearances saxophone comes in okay yes. I'm sold all now so you know I've told the story many times Colin so I apologize boring you in the listeners but right out of high school I picked up a beach boy eight track. That's how old I am and all of a sudden like I was going every record store trying to find beach boy you know eight tracks or albums because I just wanted more and more yeah we're you that similar once she started listening to Bruce or was a smaller less frantic pace once they heard born to run that would've been January of my junior year of high school now February of junior gear high school. He played the Super Bowl very nice so I saw that in by that I get this now then I just went right at yeah. I did try to find as much as a very cool yeah. I'm very sentimental I. I certainly think with nine eleven the U._2. Super Bowl is very sentimental. Prince was amazing but <hes> Bruce's up there with best super bowl half times. I mean that was <hes> that was so special and so much fun. Go ahead good yeah. I was just going to say <hes> so as you start searching like talk about what kind of albums you picked up and and what let you were finding yeah well. It was all digital usually surf music is certain music on Youtube and then bite on I._T.. Decided in I._T.. is going out now but yeah that's usually do it. I started with the big ones or to run born in the U._S._A.. Any they were big songs like those then got the born in the U._S._A.. L. So that was that was where I started. I think that's a good place to start very accessible. Yeah I mean commercially miss. It's most successful album. <hes> you know a a ton of top ten hits <hes> very successful. <hes> and I think a lot of long-term fans longtime fans at Times Bay get wore out on the C._d.. Or Yoshito perform but I think you take a break from and then come back. You remember how goods these songs are again. Oh so yeah I can imagine third like the album cuts especially Ashley like no surrender in Darlington County with really the first one I got into that wasn't a big hit and I was like Oh. He's putting this much effort into his non singles. Just fun little album cuts on like yeah I can get into all music. That's very cool so have you. Have you been able to attend to show yeah. I've been to two of his shows. I wish I could be more if there's another coming up. I'll be there vershow was in twenty twelve right. It was days after <music> Hurricane Sandy so he was doing a lot of Jersey shore songs now was he did for the Park Sandy. Of course he did Jersey girl which I really wanted to hear and he did see sidebar song. Assigned breast it's pretty cool that is very cool. The you know we're always quick to say on the show that the amount of times you see Bruce's on a fair barometer of your <hes> passion or your Phantom because it could be pinned on your age location financial situation. <hes> you know it. It is easier if you became a fan of Bruce in the middle seventies and lived on the East Coast lived in the Jersey or New York area to have seen him tons of times for a guy growing up in Texas little the tougher and you not finding him to two thousand twelve you know he's certainly touring but he has not been in a while. What was your other show IBM? Russia was twenty twelve and then because my found him he was already on the working on a dream towards relegated chance to see that so yes after that was a wreck in Baltimore and then the second one was the river tour. This is a really cool show because we won the ticket lottery and I was in the very front row very nice yeah. We had a whole group of like we're all GonNa see what we can do. We got very front row and Abe is still doing the whole album at the time I know not long after that he started mixing it up but I love the river outfits probably on most days my second they've bruce album it just depends but I think that consistently such a great album and we were right by Steve Van Zandt on Sherry Darling which is one of my favorite roussin definitely take out that album he high five dollars in that ropes Preussen so that was really cool. That sounds fabulous so talk to me a little bit about <hes> you <hes> Western stars came out yet and we're GONNA spend some time talking about that doesn't but you did something <hes> kind of special to prepare for it. Didn't you yeah yeah I wanted to do something like this for awhile and I wanted to make a list countdown all my favorite Bruce springsteen song so I wanted to do every song that was on an album regular release and enthroned enough to make it two hundred fifty from like tracks and live cuts and everything else so I counted down by two hundred hundred fifty David Bruce Springsteen <unk> started a while back but it aside came back to thinking leading up to western stars. It'd be a good time to do it and it was something great personal for me because it just like aver songs it wasn't here's the ones that the most accessible is just the ones mean the most to me yeah. <hes> you know always I think the best way to do this. <hes> you know I have said that <hes> better days and <hes> land of hope a dream or my two your favorite songs and <hes> third probably thunder road but it depends on the day and who's asking depends on my mood you know and so and I know there are better songs but they those Zor just songs that meant a lot to me. So how did you decide your songs. While mainly I just put the whole list on a playlist in just would do like ten at a time of like these are the weakest don't even want to save bags. Just really have any songs like make me angry like some artists like the Beatles in like what is this but bruce doesn't have any songs like that. He has some that I'm like okay. They're not as good and they start with those hardest to write about relent about forty songs in and like these are all fine but after that surrounded by wanted you love is easy yeah. What's the name of your block? My blog is called movie matchup. It's mostly a movie blog is kind of just turned into whatever I want is just Colin. Watch movies DOT wordpress the press dot Com so I do music movies and T._v.. Like writing about basically okay very nice and then on the homepage right now you'll find the countdown one hundred fifty songs but it's going to be under everything else. They move onto my next project. So have you just go to the homepage. There is right there on top right now and in the future it'll be very bottom where it says everything else all right and Gimme that one more time Colin Watches movies at C._O.. L. I. N.. Watches movies dot wordpress Dot Dot Com nice yeah. So what did you find surprising about trying to do this. You know and you know trying to put that in an order the anything surprises you about it. Yeah I actually found as I was branding it. I'd move psalms around more often than I thought I would like especially when it got to the final top ten which I thought would be we set in stone. I thought now these these two top under roads Bruce springsteen probably a good number of fans favourite and that wasn't gonNA here but after that I was like I was GonNa put longtime common which I love the live version. I don't have the album version <hes> I was going to leave out of the top ten because it's almost in themes the same song as better days. They're very similar but I realized that both of those songs are ones. That just helped me so much. I'm going through something tough but they had to put a both in the top so anything you WANNA share about your how the songs helped you yeah. It's honestly not like one specific incident. I know to college especially if I was go on the toughest with like friendships relationships anything myself trying to better myself. I was just listen to those songs over and over like longtime common especially is just such a hopeful song of your on the bright side of this now yeah <hes> you know there are things that <hes> influence you in your life. In one of the significant moments was <hes> there was an English teacher. When I was in high school? <hes> Miss Deanna Doohan and we were in English class once and she. I don't remember how we got to the topic but I remember her talking about. It is saying that <hes> she she mentioned she didn't miss her college friends and I think that's where it led to. She said I think too. Many people are always worried. What about the next thing she says? You're in high school and you you. You're like okay. Let's I can't wait till I'm in college and then when Your College I can't wait till I graduate you know and then you get a job and I can't wait toy promoted and then it's like I can't wait to our retire right and then she goes in what you do. I can't wait till I die <hes>. She says I loved college. I had a great time. I Made Great Friends <hes> and when I see them. I'm happy to see them but I don't WanNa go back to college. I and I think you should enjoy what you're doing now and <hes> and that really stuck to me and so when better days came out and I heard it <hes> I thought Oh this is that philosophy yup the idea of the journey and while you're waiting for your ship to come in your you're letting it all slip away <hes> in so as I have shared before I was lucky enough to get to a book signing in Austin and <hes> had by seven seconds with Bruce as I picked up a copy of his autobiography and <hes> you know I said I spent nine months unemployed. I listened to better days and land of open dreams almost every day and that got me through it. I don't know if he I heard me because they're already his people are saying next next but as I've said many times I needed to say it more than I needed him to hear it right and then make complete sense I would probably be the same way with a with better days with the lyrics and that like every lyric is so well wrought like there's not a wasted word in that song like it's a sad man my friends living into them. Skin can't stay in the company. That's one that always sticks with me again. I do and I will so I will bring that up in meetings and I'll talk about that <hes> because I think that's a very very strong sentiment and it's one of the lines I used in my forty days springsteen. I'm where I picked a lyric and talked about it so I I'm right there with you as you re listening to this where their songs that you went wow I like this when a little bit more than I thought or vice versa thought I really like this but maybe not as much <hes> yeah definitely on both counts one that I found myself putting lower as in like not as good listen I expected was a fire because I was GonNa have the higher and I started writing about it. I'm like it's a good song but it's not that much of a bruce. Springsteen song is just trying to Elvis Song yes so I had that about twenty places higher. I think it ended up somewhere like the one eight but ahead twenty get thirty places higher. I'm like he's written saw that are so much more distinctively bruce than this that I can't put it any higher than like one eighty yeah you know it's the the you know he had said he's been on the record that he created fire specifically to <hes> you know four Elvis and once you know that you can hear that that's cool. That's cool and <hes>. Did you say a ones that you went. Wow I think this one is a little better than I was giving it credit. Definitely one particular really found myself growing like just in the months leading up to as writing this is my lover man from tracks and I'd never thought too much about that one and ended a big like the fifties sixties I think because it just it's one of does it stays in the back of your mind because I fell in love with the tracks album like right at the end of high school beginning of College I was listening to it over and over and some of those songs are still put me in that mood of when that was just getting started in college like the two summer like a l think rockaway the days when they were like that one and my lover man and a couple of others made me think of that in my lover man is just so it's interesting tune. It's sort of like a follow up at the time of love songs. Yeah absolutely do so. This was a good good way to kind of. Get ready for Western stars so once you got here. Were you thinking honestly with new albums. It usually takes a little while for them to grow on me especially when with Brucie tune a new sound every album but I'm really enjoying it I really I think title track especially yeah I agree. I think it's really good I I am a I'm a big fan of <hes> Tucson trained for some reason I think it's because it's the idea of redemption there is a many as in many of Bruce's songs but you get that you know this guy messed up. He was a bad boyfriend husband. Whatever you WANNA call it partner partner and <hes> and he kinda went off and now than he's been on this redemption journey and you know he's begged pleaded? Just give me one more chance. Give me one chance just just the weekend again just but I'm for a weekend and she's reluctantly said yes and he just he's waiting for the Tucson drain. You know to to talk about that and I just love that idea of that joy to you know I'm waiting and I'm going to show her. A man can change you know and I mean it could be a hallmark movie and I mean that in a good way I v I you know oh I've I'm a sucker for romantic story and and this one is such a has the possibility of that so yeah absolutely waiting hopeful song like that like the hope in his voice really just makes us such a great song. Oh absolutely any other stand out. Yeah I love the title track always interested how Bruce who is one of those successful artists love singing songs about losers and beat up guys guys go into the hardest times like with Western stars or the stunt man or even the wrestler off working on a dream. He loves taking on the the view of a loser. WHO's not going? Well instinct you about the but I think I think Western star is the song is going to my favorite song off the album and I like sleepy. Joe's cafe on everyone does yeah. I'm a little surprised about that. That people feel that it's kind of derivative but I didn't care. I just think it's a fun little song and I could see the eastern band playing it. <hes> you know I know we're not going to get a full tour but I I have the secret wish that Bruce the ban that he did the video with for Tucson train if they could have just <hes> filmed them doing a show and put it on d._v._d.. or or online I I would love that he did that with the promise right yeah yeah. I'd love that yeah yeah that would be just really cool. That sound on Tucson train that the arrangement of that song is so great yeah it absolutely is. I like <hes> what was the one big thing <hes> i. I was listening to thinking about how pulled up here. Forget the name but yet the new albums got a lot of similar sounding song but it's such an interesting take care of the deal that Glen Campbell type sound yeah I I was born in fifty nine. I graduated High High School in seventy seven. So you know the late sixties early seventies. I was very active listening to music the way my parents listened to it and there was definitely a where the it was in that wheelhouse that Jimmy Webb Glen Campbell and to hear that <hes> <hes> when you heard Hulo sunshine you know I went wow wow yeah that's that's amazing sundowns the one I was thinking of the other one yeah Oh yeah really good stuff absolutely big sounded but still personal but it's such a big string sound on it. Yeah I love it. Oh absolutely and we're hearing words that he may <hes> you know He. He is saying that he has <hes> eastern band so that's good Yasser. We're going to wait and see what happens on that. <hes> talk to me about <hes> any other springsteen's stories to share. Oh I got to tell a million yeah. I think one thing that I connect my love of movies by Love Bruce. You can see his like cinematic inspiration ration- coming through on so many different songs and as a writer I love I love his story. albums like the Ghost Tom Joe to think is really underrated. The whole album I think honestly on any given day I might let it out more than Nebraska okay because the stories are just so interesting into the melodies he writes. Tom Jones album like the wine and Sinoloa cowboys and even the title track. I just love those couple songs on there so good. The line China's was like in my top twenty songs. I was surprised a high with that one. Yeah I could see that that makes sense yeah did with the <hes> coming up blinded by the light you know the film I obviously I'm sure you've seen the trailer initial thoughts by it looks interesting. It's quite an interesting story. Oriented was it a a kid from India is living in Great Britain yeah so he's <hes> I actually ended up reading the book and really liked it. He is Pakistani and his <hes> he was born in the U._k.. Or he was very young when they moved over and <hes> and they had in so the whole book <hes> ends up being being more about while they're certainly is a lot of Bruce springsteen in it. <hes> there is also a lot of discovering who he was in a way that you know he's British and Pakistan and <hes> and that <hes> part of two worlds <hes> was something that was really interesting to read and <hes> you know some of the scenes that are in <hes> so the movie the previews. I you know we haven't got to see the movie yet. Were were directly from the book obviously but one of the things that I was really surprised about and I'm I'm hoping I can get at the writer on the podcast but <hes> you know there's the scene where the custom guy you know asked him. Why are you coming here and you know he says I'm going to see Bruce springsteen and the guy says I can't think of a better reason to go right right right when that happened really was right after nine eleven? Oh Wow okay so imagine you're Muslim Pakistani in dissent you're coming into America right after nine eleven and you're in customs and he tells the story I'm nervous and someone the Guard asks him and he tells them in the guard basis says I cannot think of anything more American than to go see a bruce springsteen concert. You approved. Go enjoy yourself. Wow no and yeah so like I understand for the sake of the movie. They changed that but that was a powerful seen so cool well yeah we I may have to have you come back on and kind of you'll put on your movie critic hat. Yeah I WANNA talk about it yeah. You know what's amazing about the rising. I've always thought this was like I was nine years old. One cheer now when I love having so but the music came out there were so many artists felt almost too soon like they had to write a song definitely not the best way to go about right bruce waited it came out until two thousand two and you wrote a complete album with thoughtful songs and even some which hadn't even been Britain because of nine eleven like my city ruins which was already around. Yeah I did have a question Asian and if we can move on just a minute why what got you into movie reviews and why what what tree to that writing those kind of that kind of blog and in talk a little bit about that yeah so I've always been into movies from when I was little but if the biggest moment in my music life was the first time I heard born to run the biggest moment in by movie going life was the first time I saw the movie. Oh brother art that by the Coen brothers okay because that was the first movie I saw I was only oh I'd say eleven years old. When I I saw it didn't it didn't click with me at but I knew there was something there that was more than just entertainment? It was a thought thought-provoking movie. There was a lot of subtext and I went back. I watched it later. I'm like oh now I get it and when I fell in love with movies was just that movie because it opens up a whole world of this isn't just entertainment. You can break things down think about them. That's why some of the essays I right on that channel about my favorite movies just get to break down while of them so much and I you know I've noticed you've gotten some blogs of you. Know ranking the COEN brothers seven sequels that improve on the original <hes> and I'm scrolling through that <hes> I agree with many many of those good yeah the the top three films your favorite films top three favorite comes okay. Let's see again depends on the day. Yes Chinatown the pockets now and three slot. What changes but probably Casablanca Glass Yeah Casa Blanca is truly one of my favorite films and the Roger Ebert they during the anniversary of one of the anniversary nursery discs they had they had Roger Ebert doing a commentary movie? That's the one that have to yeah and he talked about. He says if they asked me what's the best film I would say citizen Kane but if someone asking see my favorite film I would probably Tell Them Casa Blanca right and <hes> it is really interesting. <hes> I don't know if you've seen but we had a while back <hes> <hes> I had armed drawing a blank but we did top film moments with a guest where we each picked a film moment with a song being played and we shared that so I'll I'll send you the link when muggy off line so you can kind of check about it and you may WanNa have a rebuttal and go. Hey I might want to talk about that. Actually did do my ten favorite movie moments as a log apiece. Oh good and number one is actually a music moment so I can. I have talked about things like that very nice so what our future plans for the blog and writing future plans for the blog look I. I wanted to do more talking about movies. I love there's enough online of a guy bashes. A bad movie. It's easy to do is cheap laughs. I enjoyed doing it to an extent. It can't be all you do yeah now every pre-christmas against my most views keep doing it ends a blast. I find ten obscure Christmas specials that are fun to bash but it's still an in good funding. It's Christmas special. I can't aw hey they're just fun yeah so they get most of us. I keep doing that. It actually started as a Christmas thing. I wanted to review ten versions of Christmas Carol. That was my blog series and then I ever you have that just used Christmas special so that do that every year beyond that I i WanNa do more like movie essays like get broken down the over fifty movie the night of the Hunter and I've done Fargo Angel Heart. I wonder I wanted to do more stuff like that. Where I talk about movies I really love okay interesting yes and the <hes> and you're still working on writing correct? Oh Yeah I got the one books finished. I just finished up screenplay as well and working on some other projects that I'm scoping out right now. The David Rosen is the guy's name he does a podcast and this was back in November of last year. We picked <hes> our selection so okay offset. I don't WanNa yeah I'll I'll send you to link any final thoughts any final yeah. I'm looking forward to whatever the next <hes> e-street album is obviously. It's that's GONNA be exciting. I don't love the current Al But macneice St Ave street album. Oh absolutely and I will try to see shows on that or hopefully more than just one because it you know it's getting closer to the last eastern or obviously yeah one of the things that I felt at the river tour is that the guys had such essential joy playing together yeah and they and there was a sense of they know do that. The road in front of them is shorter than the road behind them right <hes> not like anyone's ill or sick <hes> but I thought that was <hes> Kinda cool that in the sense of just enjoying themselves and the idea. We don't know how many more times we have a chance to play together and so we're gonNA love every minute. This and I think that's very cool very cool. I definitely got that impression. At the show I was at its day college in Twenty sixteen with the river that that whole album is just so much fun absolutely and so we'll go ahead of the even something like crush on you which is totally silly but he's just handing it up in heaven of laughter Ramrod you know yeah I mean they just truly are so. I can't let you go without asking the Mary question so for those who've dot seeing the show or heard the podcast before <hes> Jay was Jefferson was a his was on the podcast very early he has an honors English teacher and he teaches thunder road as a point in his <hes> high school class in honors English and they covered they discuss it. They make it similar were to the rootless travel they compare that and they talk about themes and they go through the lyrics and talking about the different <unk> emergy and then at the end he asks them the question. Does Mary Get in the car so Colin that your question does Mary getting the car. I love this question because I've always enjoyed how certain bruce songs just don't give you a conclusion is just you hear from one person's perspective than your left to imagine. If I WANNA marry you thunder road or any Johnny Ninety nine if it happens with the singer want silo that and I love that they study it because I've always thought if you're going to study a certain artists in a school in English class you had to start with Bruce. Springsteen is so in-depth Thunder road. This is going to be itchy. I think it depends on the version okay. No that's a fair answer. Go ahead. I think on the album with that huge musical climax climax at the end with the saxophone piano. That's getting in the car okay but I think the more acoustic even like dirge like versions. He would play but I don't think she does he interesting. I could see that that's a very cool. <hes> good answer very good answer. I love asking the question because <hes> you know it now than that. People who listen to podcasts are ready for it the first few times. I asked that there was like I've never thought about this for hold on. Let me think so yeah all right Colin if we want to find you. How can we okay? Well already said the blog gonNA say it again. It's Colin watches movies dot wordpress Dot Com and my twitter handle is just at Colin Mer at C._o.. L. I. N. and you are to else to ours on twitter. That's usually the social media use. The most is just my regular on twitter handle handle. You can find me there. I'd do all kinds of Bruce doc about politics. Let other stuff so yes I <hes> Colin gave up watching as we record this the second night at the Democrat debates on and he was kind enough to still talk to me <hes> hang on Colin. I do a little set lesson Bruce Business. If you want to be on the PODCAST and share your springsteen story. I'd love to have you my goals. They have every springsteen I I believe every springsteen fan in the wrote has a story and my goal is to get as many of them on the record as I can so reach out you can find me <hes> email set lesson Brusett gmail.com you can call of you can on twitter. I'm at Jesse Jackson D._F._W.. We have a new voice mail that I have not memorized yet so as I go in really quickly and don't sound confusing it all saw it is four six nine two four nine two four four to if you call that <hes> thank you to Google talk you can leave a voicemail and I can play it on the show go to Itunes Rayton reviews. It is how people find us. Colin Hokey had fun. Oh Yeah thank you and thank you I'm going to I held off going in reading your countdown. I wanted wait till after we had visited so now. I have that little. It's like a little present on Christmas morning I enjoy I do I look forward to following the blog and I do think <hes> we plan on you coming back. After the movie comes out and Kinda share I may do like a couple people roundtables other. You know I've got a couple people that have been kind of movie bloggers. I think that'd be kind of fun but that'd be fun. You have some bloggers Kinda do around table from a bruce fandom slash but also like a movie like I don't know if you saw the movie love and mercy. Oh I love that movie okay yeah and and so I am hoping it's it's that style it because I thought that movie did a great job of <hes> showing the creative process that Brian showed his madness it showed the redemption that <hes> his Melinda gave to him <hes> I just the the scenes of watching him record pet sounds were just so awesome and <hes> speaking of you know you. One of blogs is a great closing music for a movie and love and mercy when they when you when <hes> she looks Edmund says what now at the very end and they start playing. Wouldn't it be nice. You know I still tear up oh I tear up to and if I had seen that movie when I wrote that that would probably read the top absolutely and then how perfect to have actual so Bryan playing love and mercy over the closing credits was just absolutely perfect yeah so I warned you beforehand Kevin we will get off on tangents but thank you this was a blast. I appreciate it it listeners <hes> go check out collins blog police follow him on twitter. Send US some love by some reviews on itunes. Thank you guys for listening and we'll talk to you sue you just heard the fun talk hard rock music album raking band thanking joy spreading leered readings store.

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Episode 121: Uninvited Guest

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Episode 121: Uninvited Guest

"Before we start i wanted to give you a quick reminder about this. Year's live tour which kicked off this summer chattan. I had a blast bringing lor two stages on the west coast but there are so many more shows on the way this september will be performing in five more cities austin atlanta chicago madison and minneapolis plus. Each venue has a small number of v._i._p. Tickets available which come with a limited edition lapel pin tour poster and priority access to the meet and greet line after each show grab your tickets before they sell out head over to lord podcast dot com slash tour and i can't wait to see you later this year and now on the show <music> <music>. The autopsy began at eleven a._m. But it didn't go according to plan the crown of students who had filled the medical theater were there to learn what they could from the subject on the table table but the work turned out to be more complicated than the lecturers had expected for the longest time the dead man's chest refused to give way to scalpel blades finally though shortly before the lecture was scheduled to end one of the medical instructors manage to cut through the corpses abdomen but when he did he signed with frustration it was just one more example of the same condition they had seen so many times before a sandy diaphragm ram the classroom emptied. All of the students had decided that lunch was a better use of their time and migrated out of the room when the theater was empty one student silently crept back inside his name was james paget in like all the other students he attended saint bartholomew's is in london because he wished to become a physician but he was also a bit more curious than most of them sneaking down to the corpse on the table he he carefully took a sample of the infected tissue that his instructor had called sandy diaphragm then pulling out a hand lens he gave the sample closer look and then con has breath there was more to the tissue sample than the small crystal like grains that earned the condition its name paget would later later go on to use a more powerful microscope and then right up his findings in a paper which he presented to a student group in february of eighteen thirty five sadly when he was beat to the finish line by one of his professors who discovered what paget was researching and then used his official connections to have his own paper submitted the royal society james paget's curiosity might have started the race but he lost because he didn't know the shortcuts what he discovered though confirms something that few of us are ready to accept. We like to imagine that we live in a bubble that our bodies are safe and clean and free from harm but if there's one thing that james paget's and others over the centuries have learned it's that we are far from the masters of our our own domain. We are in fact constantly at risk a heartbeat away from losing control vulnerable to a chance encounter that could threaten our wellbeing all being our comforts or our very lives. It's a threat that has taken the lives of countless people over the course of history and while some have made their life's work to study it most have been woefully unprepared for just how insidious it can be. We'll never see it coming but the effects have the potential to be absolutely devastating. I'm erin monkey and this is <hes> <music> <music> in the world of the ancient greeks one of the most important places in society where the temples they were places of worship and sacrifice build with those who came to pay their respects and those who worked within them to help make sure everything ran smoothly. There were priests as you might expect but there were also assistance known as acolytes who helped them do their job and one of the things we've learned about acolytes is that they weren't necessarily paid for their work instead. They were allowed to earn a living through a barter system in exchange for regular meals and place to stay. They showed up and perform their jobs. They lived off the system so to speak and that earned them another name peres sita's which literally means eating at another table in the millennia sense that term has trickled down to us from greek to latin and then to the french finally giving us a word. We've all heard before parasites today. That word has a bit of an unhappy connotation and for good the reason but back in the days of the ancient greeks it was originally a neutral term these acolytes metaphorically eight from another person's table in order to support it themselves and that was a normal and accepted part of temple life but around the fourth century b._c. That started to change the writers of a number number of greek comedies began to use the term in their place to refer to dinner guests who turned out to be a bit too difficult to kick out freeloaders we might say and the connotation stuck but etymology assign cultures around the world have been aware of parasitic relationships for thousands of years and in many cases they've treated them with respect in ancient china the relationship between a master and a student was often represented by the image of a wasp and the worm room in the literature of india that same respect can be found through positive use of the parasite and host metaphor then they built those metaphors by watching watching the world around them modern historians have studied ancient egyptian documents that describe intestinal worms and roman physicians recorded observing observing similar creatures inside farm animals and fish even though they had yet to be bundled under the modern term of parasites people have known about them for a very long long time and have studied and labeled them like any other creature for nearly as long but the real scientific exploration began when people i started to study how parasites spread for a very long time everyone subscribed to a theory known as spontaneous generation it was an idea put forward by aristotle's and his followers to explain where lower life forms came from humans and animals are born through reproduction but less complex life he suggested simply arose spontaneously for a very long while that theory was applied to parasites creatures like worms and bugs seem to thrive been a wet muddy environments so naturally they must spontaneously appear there but in eighteen thirty two french scientists discover that parasitic worms i actually lay eggs and most horrifying of all that ingesting those eggs can cause someone to become infected. Naturally there were <hes> brave scientists who wanted to put that idea to the test the italian scientist giovanni battista grassi infected himself with roundworms james and then studied his own feces days later looking for new eggs. Which of course he found and i know that sounds disgusting but he's far from the worst i defender in medical history that prize could very well belong to shimizu keough he was a japanese physician and scientist has to conducted his own experiment in nineteen twenty two by eating over two thousand roundworm eggs then he gathered hundreds of eggs from parasite he found inside a pig and fed those to his brother and while half of me wants to know how the other half of me just wants to stop thinking about it. Entirely what's fascinating about kino's work though is that when the eggs began to reappear it wasn't just in his feces both he and his brother developed bad coughs and they found parasites in the mucus that was expelled from their lungs. The worms had burrowed out of their digestive system and into their lungs which is horrifying yes but it also widened our understanding of how these creatures work but even that simple idea that someone needed to ingest the eggs of a parasite in order to become infected was eventually thrown out the door in eighteen ninety six german scientists named arthur loose was managing managing his own experiment when he became infected even after being careful not to eat his subjects it turns out his infection happened in a much more frightening way hi touch his parasite of choice happened to be the hookworm and after accidentally brushing his hand over part of the sample he developed an intense pitch in that hand the hookworm said latched on drilled in and then began to burrow into his body as a scientist. I'm sure he was absolutely the fascinated as a human being though i can't help but wonder if he screamed even just a little one last story about these wonderful a little hookworms the discovery that loose made was terrifying yes but it provided answers to an age old medical mystery for a very long time miners and laborers in the construction industry who spent a lot of time in the mud and soil would sometimes develop what was referred to as plumbers each or tunnel disease red had issued lines that grew just below the surface of their skin. It's probably safe to assume that it was called tunnel disease because of where they contract it but there's there's also a bit of irony there because what was happening was literal tunneling you see some forms of hookworms can't burrow from the skin to the digestive system get trapped just below the surface in sort of dig their way along leaving those red infected tunnels behind them clinically it all makes sense since and giving it names like ground itch or tunnel disease certainly helps remove the mystery. There's one other name for the infection that masterfully captures the full horror of the symptoms also hinting at something darker and more terrifying they called it the creeping gene eruption uh it's one thing to know that parasites exist we can accept that and even find a way to move forward but we're the true darkness creeps in is when we realized just how devastating they can be and we can thank one of the students of arthur loose for showing us that charles wardwell styles tells wasn't german like his mentor he was born in spring valley new york in eighteen sixty seven and after studying with loose at the university of leipzig he returned to to america to continue his work in the field of parasitology and it was just a few years after that in nineteen to that he applied his skills to a civil war mystery andersonville georgia was home to the largest confederate prison camp ever created at its peak in eighteen sixty four it had become home to over forty five thousand people and nearly a third of them died as a result of the horrible conditions. Just how bad was it honestly. It's a miracle that that more of them didn't die. Prisoners weren't given enough food. So many of them starved or became. Ill they were never given new clothing so they would either take clothing being from the dead or be left to suffer through cold weather with little to no clothing at all they weren't allowed to cook the food that they did have and with no utensils they often then had to eat with their hands in camp with no sanitation constant rain and mud in weakened immune systems that was a recipe for disaster before the war was over the confederates sent in experts in infectious disease to figure out what was killing so many of the prisoners after months of study eddie and countless postmortem examinations he concluded that it was score buick dysentery but for a very long time that conclusion didn't sit well with others in in the medical world charles styles brought his newfound knowledge of parasitology to bear on andersonville and reexamined the evidence in the end he rejected the dysentery diagnosis and instead claimed that many of the deaths and anderson could be blamed on the hookworm which is horrifying to consider while these prisoners noor as we're fighting for enough nutrition to survive there were colonies of hungary parasites thriving inside their gut a short while later the north american hookworm was recognized as a serious health threats and given the scientific name for americans most though simply called it the american and killer but hookworms aren't the only parasite with a history in the new world and over the years styles would identify many of them. There are so many parasites that i can tell you about on the surface all of them acting pretty much the same way a parasites invades a host and then eats at their table so so to speak and if that's the metaphor you wanna walk away with it'll do a good job of encapsulating much of the parasite world but there are other more insidious insidious versions as well just about. Everyone knows what a barnacle is right technically. It's an arthropods an invertebrate. That has an exoskeleton insects. Spiders shrimp and lobster are all arthropods then so are barnacles. You've seen them before. They tend to look like crusty. Rusty hockey pucks that cling to the rocks just below the surface of the ocean or on the hall of a ship. They can even be found on wales. Got it good because there is a particular type of barnacle known as the rizal failure and it's different from most of its peers. It has no hard shell and it doesn't look anything like them. Either instead it has adapted to be a parasite and what it does is utterly horrifying. The rizal failure will l. attach itself to a crab in a very barnacle like way but that's where the similarity stop after that it begins to grow route like filaments that spread throughout the crabs body slowly taking control in the end the barnacle will not only control the crabs brain but also its reproductive system guiding it to meet with another infected crap which of course produces more rizal phalia the frightening thing is that once the barnacle has taken control the the crab will forever think of itself as a female barnacle and it will care for the barnacles eggs as if they were its own it's the natural world's version of the alien and from the ridley scott movie franchise infecting a host body and using it to just date its own offspring which then dramatically burst out of course and it's also the darker side of the coin in most instances people have viewed them in a simple transactional way there's parasites and there's a host and everything thing that happens is contained within the intimate relationship that they have with each other while still retaining their own identity but the rizal failure breaks that idea and replaces it with something much more complex and dangerous because it's not just our bodies that are at risk but the very world we live in parasites. Let's have the power to change lives destroy communities or transform cultures and given the right circumstances they can even alter the course of history <music> <music> henry didn't get a fair started started life born in wales in eighteen forty one his mother abandoned him and his father and grandfather both died before he was five but after a decade in the workhouse he escaped and traveled to america where he planned to start a new life. The next decade was a blur he fought for the confederates in the civil war but was captured and sent to a prison camp in chicago there he converted to the union side but was soon discharged after he became too sick to fight in eighteen sixty four he managed to join up with the us navy quickly working his way to the position of ships record keeper and it was there that he learned that he had a talent for recording stories stories in fact he was better than good. When the war was over he spent a brief amount of time traveling through the ottoman empire but when he returned he took up the pen hanan began to write tales of the american west his accounts of federal military attacks on the native americans of the great plains might have been over hyped and glorified but they landed ended him a writing gig at the new york herald as an overseas correspondent in eighteen sixty nine fate came knocking on his door. It was the owner owner of the newspaper and he had a mission for young henry stanley the travel to africa and search for dr david livingstone he was a british missionary and explorer or who had set off three years earlier to find the true source of the nile but much of the world believed he had vanished the truth was the british consul in zanzibar knew exactly where or he was and stanley's boss wanted him to get an exclusive interview culmination of that journey is well known even if you don't know the details stanley made his way south from egypt through the rainy season between the mud disease and small skirmishes with locals defending their land roughly seventy five percent of stanley's party he died before reaching their destination but when they did and stanley saw livingstone for the first time he claimed uttered that now famous question dr livingstone livingstone. I presume today. It's clear to historians that stanley was a gifted liar who was prone to crafting his own fantastical version of real life. Ifa vents livingstone never recorded that phrase of greeting in stanley mysteriously destroyed the pages of his diary that covered that day so we only have his word to back it up in fact. The chances are good. It never happened at all but his retelling of their real meeting was enough to convince the new york herald to send stanley back to africa africa in eighteen seventy four the mission. This time was to map more of the waterways that livingstone had started and so stanley spent three years following the congo ongo river all the way to the atlantic and then he headed to europe to find a financial backer to continue selling it as an investment into the politics of the congo after england ignore the offer king leopold the second of belgium jumped at the chance for the next five years stanley became the chief agent responsible for for organizing what would become one of the world's most brutal imperial outposts of european power the belgian congo and sadly he was a horrible representative of europe to the people of africa through the eighteen eighties and nineties stanley criss crossed back and forth across africa creating a highway that allowed imperial troops to easily march in and take control he was less than agent of progress and more a harbinger of colonialism it said that stanley would shoot local people without warning and that he had a knack for stealing ivory and olive. It made him a superstar back in england. He'd come full circle lived out everyone's dreams after starting life as an orphan in a workhouse in wales he found himself being welcomed home to reception at london's royal albert hall royalty aristocrats and members of the wealthy elites all crowded around to shake his hand and congratulate him. I'm on his accomplishments. There was fan mail and awards and magazine covers and of course the book deal which turned into a national bestseller in eighteen eighteen ninety five he was elected to the british parliament and four years later he was knighted by queen victoria herself and that's the story of henry stanley or at least the one that history remembers the most but stanley's journey across africa did more than earned him medals and applause. You left a trail of destruction an catastrophe in his wake that is almost impossible to quantify and at the center of much of it was something we would only be able to see under a microscope stanley's highway across africa opened the way for imperial troops to march in and take control it provided an easy route for slavers to go deeper into the the continent and steal human beings from new native groups but it also spread something that had remained isolated until his arrival the trypanosomiasis recites sites the symptoms caused by its infection earned the nickname the sleeping sickness patients i experienced fever and headaches as well as swollen lymph lymph nodes and internal organs like the liver and spleen then the parasite crosses into the brain bringing on mental confusion and overwhelming sleepiness after the patient falls into a coma death is close behind for much of the eighteen hundreds that parasite was trapped in pockets along the coast of western western africa sure folks would get sick but because they rarely travelled outside their small regions the parasite never migrated that is of course until stanley arrived to blaze an easy accessible highway from the atlantic ocean to the interior of africa. You can see where this is going right. Stanley arrived with over seven hundred soldiers and servants and early on they unknowingly encountered the parasites then as they traveled from place to place. They infected the inhabitants of each new community. They met over and over the parasite found new hosts spreading like wildfire with stanley ed holding the match. It wouldn't be until nineteen o three that a microbiologist named david bruce discovered the carrier of the parasite abiding insect called all the seat see fly today. Historians believe that the wave of sleeping sickness that followed stanley's wake contributed to an outbreak that took the lives of millions of people across across africa just in the area around lake victoria alone the parasite was responsible for nearly a quarter of a million deaths which has caused some to talk talk about it within the framework of what's referred to as the revenge of nature that the world around us has a way of keeping humanity in check after all all humans have a history of damaging ecosystems and altering the very landscape of the places we live. Some people believe that parasites are one in way the world exacts revenge true or not. It's certainly invites us to stop and think about the consequences of our actions because sometimes it seems the world around us bites back <music> <music> <music>. There's a hidden world inside each of us a world of organs and systems and the careful balance lintz between sickness and health. We can't see much of it with our naked eyes but it's there just beneath the surface one good example apple is a parasite called taco plasma gandhi which can be ingested through contaminated drinking water. It's primarily carried by cats but can also live inside inside human beings and according to most parapsychologists over half of all people on the planet carry them usually without symptoms or at least the sort sort of symptoms you might expect but one study from two thousand seven hints at a darker impact. It seems that the presence of the parasite can and actually have an effect on our behavior over the course of this eleven year study jaroslav pfleger discovered that people infected by the parasite behave differently differently from those who aren't men who are infected apparently tend to ignore rules more often and exhibit jealousy and suspicion they tend to be more opinionated opinionated and argumentative about those opinions infected women share that same suspicion and anxiety but also become more outgoing and persistent assistant take from that whatever you want but it's clear that parasites can alter our minds just as well as they do our bodies and maybe maybe that's why parasites are so frightening to us yes the things they can do are horrifying to consider the disease and damage that they can cause but it's there near invisibility that frightens us the most. We might not know that we've been invaded until it's too late and by the time we know there's work to do that. Work has already become overwhelmingly difficult looking back on history. It's that gap between infection and awareness that holds the most opportunity opportunity for tragedy. We certainly saw that in henry stanley's tale it could take weeks for an infected member of his party to show any symptoms at all and by then and fly from each new region had taken a bite picked up the parasites and moved it onto someone else by the time they knew it was too late still even though they were unaware of their role in the spread of the sleeping sickness stanley and his european backers were more than happy to treat the outbreak break as an invitation to keep going in fact they use the medical emergency as a convenient excuse to ramp up their colonial efforts. The gop people sick then flooded in under the pretense of helping them get better which only continue the cycle. It's a perfect demonstration of how powerful parasites it's can be. They invade a host these on its resources and then leave them too weak to stop the infection from spreading. They've taken control long before the host knows what has happened in can take extraordinary effort to flush them out in the end. I suppose henry stanley's tail has taught us a difficult difficult lesson to accept. Not all parasites are microscopic stories of curious scientists and colonial explorers seem like a logical place to find parasites hiding in the corners until the time is right. I get that and they certainly given us a lot to think about but i have one more story for you and it's a lot closer to home. Maybe to close stick around after this short sponsor break and i'll tell you all about it. This episode of was made possible by casper five years ago. 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Though this particular trip to the store was just a walk down the streets were a peddler was selling sausages think new york city hotdog vendor but uncooked uncooked. I imagine she did this because it was convenient. Maybe the closest butcher was too far out of her accessibility. Perhaps she only had a few minutes to to grab something before work. We don't know her specific situation but that's okay. The important thing is that we know who she purchased the sausages from it turns out. The peddler made it himself. He bought the pork from a meat packing facility in town and then used his own grinder in tools to finish the job. I don't know oh if he always sold his own sausages from one location all the time or if he traveled around town ringing a bell like some sort of a weird meat-based ice cream man but but on that particular day he was there to sell some of his product edith she took them home of course later got them out to cook up for lunch. Her family family was waiting and it had been a long day but she probably had done this. One hundred times before she knew the recipe by heart all she really needed to do is taste it to know if if the seasoning was right chapter small piece into her mouth and nodded just a few more minutes and it would be ready or family aided up to the court documents specifically state that they enjoyed it which i'm sure was a good thing but within a few hours edith wasn't feeling well just edith no one else she was feverish and sweaty after struggling with nausea for an hour or so she began to vomit violently and then there was the diarrhea as well or stomach felt as if a hot iron had been dropped inside it of course there was probably a moment when edith assumed it was food food poisoning but one look at her family who had all eaten the same meal as her told her that couldn't be the case they were fine while she was in agony any and it only got worse from there by the end of the week. 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She was still experiencing all the same extreme symptoms that had plagued her since the the beginning or fever spiked and her body aches so badly that she could barely get out of bed and soon after her heartbeat began to weaken edith was dying and no one could figure out why but we know why don't we that very same parasite that james paget had studied at saint bartholomew palamu back in eighteen thirty five known today as trike analysis by rallies had hitched a ride inside edith's body it turns out that it was probably that little taste she took before the sausage was fully cooked because inside one gram of infected meat can be more than thousand track annella larvae just waiting for a new home once inside the parasite will invade the small intestine and from there it will spread outward the muscles quickly become home to a small colonies known as nurse cells sort of like swollen cyst filled with fluid and those cysts grow larger and stronger as time goes by eventually giving birth to new larvae repeating the process. The good news is edith survived. I don't know how but i guess that she managed to get medical help and time and that's a good thing. Don't get me wrong but there's no silver lining here. Edith's health would never be the same like an old tree that's been gutted by infestations or body continued to suffer from digestive issues for the rest of her life and that's not all it turns out that even though the adult try cannella might die off eventually those nurse cells don't waiting inside them or thousands of dormant larvae just waiting for their current host to die okay so that they can infect a new one in those nerve cells can survive for over three decades. Don't get me wrong. Not all parasites are actually bad. There are parasitic fungi that grow on plants like mushrooms and leeches. Parasitic bloodsucker are still used effectively in medical treatments today a day with those are small exceptions in a big scary world a world. 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E83: The Process Church - Mary Ann MacClean and Robert de Grimston

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E83: The Process Church - Mary Ann MacClean and Robert de Grimston

"Have you checked out my new show not guilty yet? If you haven't you should give it a listen, it examines controversial criminal cases and tries to determine why solid evidence doesn't always lead to a conviction. It's the perfect podcast. If you love true crime stories with huge twists and turns search for an subscribe to not guilty on Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts, and please don't forget to rate and review. Due to the graphic nature of this cult's crimes. Listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of material that some people may find -fensive we advise extreme caution for listeners under thirteen. Nineteen sixty six somewhere in the Yucatan of fallen disciple meditates as he awaits penance for reasons known only to the goddess he's been cast out of the process. He knew this moment would come. The goddess has a history of brutally casting aside her favorites. He's still as stone deep in a trance as bugs crawl over him. He stays like this for three days and two nights until two women approach but goddess wants him back. But when the women take him before the goddess she says his vigil wasn't enough. He begs for mercy. The goddess smirk says fellow disciples taunt him desperate the disciple promises to flog himself. If only the goddess will take him back. She finally agrees all his strength goes into every blow the blood runs from his back yet. He doesn't feel the pain. He's in a state of rapture after his re-acceptance. He tells the others of the euphoria he felt in his flocking. They asked tomorrow his rope excitedly beating themselves until they felt the same. Hi, I'm Greg Paulson. And I'm Vanessa Richardson, and this is cults on the park cast network. Every Tuesday, we look at a cult practices their leader and their followers today. We're taking a deep dive into the lives of Marian McLean and Robert Moore Grimsson to exile tala GIS tes who founded the process church of the final judgement at par cast. 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 par cast and Twitter at par cast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening. It really does help we also now have merchandise had Duparc cast dot com slash merch. For more information. You can listen to previous episodes of cults as well as all of par casts. Other shows wherever you listen to podcasts. A new episode comes out every. Tuesday. Maryanne and Robert de Grimsson founded the process church of the final judgement in London during the nineteen sixties. The degrom sins met has members of the church of Scientology after they were excommunicated the couple married and started a splinter group. Members of the process church were infamous for their hooded black cloaks and self published magazines which attracted both celebrity and controversy there. Most famous doctrine to love Christ. And Satan equally branded the cult as worshipping this belief system the Tory. Sleaze linked the process church to the Manson family murders. The son of Sam killings and dog sacrifices the process church finally dissolved in nineteen seventy four when the Grimsson split. But perhaps most surprisingly after several reinventions the process church still exists today as the best friends animal society, a no kill shelter based. Canabis utah. This week will focus on the lives of the degrom stans their marriage, and the influences that led to the creation of the process church of the final judgement in partout will focus on the cult's association with satanic rituals abuse child neglect, the Grimsson divorce and the end of the process church in his auto biography. Robert Sylvester more later known as Robert de Grimsson recalled a near running with his future wife Mariane MacLean it happened around midnight on a London road back in nineteen sixty more wanted to cross the street to get to a nearby park. He found a pedestrian crossing and confidently stepped off the curb as the law gave pedestrians the right of way. He didn't remember how far he'd gotten across the street when he casually glanced up and saw car speeding right towards him. More realized the driver had no intention of stopping he had seconds. Spare the car was so close that more could see the woman behind the wheel. He called her quote, young handsome, angry with red hair. I jumped backwards she drove past without turning her head, and quote, he didn't know it at the time, but the angry red head was Marianne McLean, though, they wouldn't formally meet each other until a few years later more said that this incident perfectly encapsulated her he compared to a thunderstorm, a heatwave and a blizzard all in one like hostile weather. She was incredibly difficult to define but we will do our best. Marianne McLean was born out of wedlock on November. Twentieth. Nineteen thirty one in Glasgow. Scotland at the time Glasgow was a poverty stricken cesspit of crime and highly congested due to an influx of immigrants in search of work. It made for appalling conditions and little chance of escaping poverty. Mcclain grew up in the gore bowls. An area on the south Bank of the river. Clyde children played in the muddy alleyways and streets in the shadows of decaying slums with an average of eight residents to one room at an average of thirty residents to a toilet conditions were inhospitable. It was a childhood Marianne would be eager to leave behind. She also suffered from turbulent home life her alcoholic father deserted the family shortly after her birth. Unable to cope mcclain's mother often abandoned her to the care of various relatives. This lack of familial stability would have a devastating impact on McLane. As a developing child Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here. And throughout the episode. Please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist, but she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks, greg. According to Dr Joseph are Cohen, quote exposure to physical and emotional neglect in childhood can lead to. Deficits which lay the foundation for psychological distress in early adulthood and quote for McLean. Her perpetual, fear of being abandoned would manifest itself as she became a figurehead in the process church. She manipulated her followers to constantly vie for her attention. She would force them to constantly prove they loved. Her McLean herself has gone on record about her loveless. Childhood reportedly, the only person to show her any semblance of affection of those days was an older man from the neighborhood who treated her like a granddaughter, but even he eventually left her after tragically freezing to death after falling asleep drunk behind a warehouse, a traumatic loss that likely taught McLean. How cruel life could be. One of the things McLean likely saw growing up in the gore bowls was rampant sex work. Abject, poverty, had not only driven many in glasco to go live on the streets and descend into alcoholism many women in the city had resorted to the world's oldest profession to support themselves witnessing how the sex workers plied their trade likely influenced mclean's decision to eventually become a sex worker herself. According to independent social researcher Jane pitcher for some people with a limited range of options. Sex work may be seen as the best of possible. Occupational choices yet sex were came with a very high risk in Glasgow robbery brutality and murder were all regular occurrences. Some clean likely set her sights on the relatively quieter streets of London where she reportedly fell under the influence of pimps from Malta McLean had no formal education outside of an alleged stint in. Reformatories school. But luckily for her she was incredibly street smart. She quickly became a tune to how to satisfy her clients and became a popular. Companion McLean initially took to sex work as a means of survival. But she quickly realized that the intimacy she shared with her clients granted her access to society's upper crust. She formed deep relationships with more than one of her Johns, according to pitcher, this is actually somewhat common in the sex industry. For instance, McLean used to love telling people that she was once briefly engaged to the professional boxer sugar. Ray Robinson who she met through sex work. Apparently their relationship was so passionate that McLean flew out to the United States to live with Robinson in nineteen fifty nine. And whether this is true or not records show that MacLean did. In fact, live in the US for a year when she was in her early twenties, though Robinson son has since. Denied that his father ever knew her either way McLean was back in London by the end of nineteen sixty. After her return clean reportedly worked as a dance hall hostess at Murray's cabaret club on beak street in London. So strict the next year nineteen sixty one would prove monumental to the thirty year old mcclain's otherwise largely undocumented life. They was the year. She joined the church of Scientology's London chapter. There are a lot of reasons as to why people join the church of Scientology, according to the church's official website, quote, Scientology, addresses, the spirit, not the body or the mind and believes that man is far more than a product of his environment or his jeans, and quote, the fact that MacLean became a scientologist strongly hints at a desire to discover within herself something beyond a sex worker or hostess, but she wasn't the only one in search of a change across town. Robert Moore was also seeking a new lease on life a calling that would elevate him to a higher purpose the following year. He would find such a purpose in the church of Scientology, bringing him just a little closer to his future wife. Moore's early years perfectly. Contrast mcclain's a British citizen born in Shanghai China on October eighth nineteen thirty five more return to England with his mother before he was a year old. And unlike McLean, he came from a reasonable amount of privilege and wealth. His ancestry could possibly be traced back to Anne of York. Duchess of Exeter, and the elder sister of King Edward the fourth and king, Richard the third this meant that more may have been part of the house of plan Tajik, it the former Royal house of England which produce some of the kingdom's most famous monarchs, including Richard the Lionheart. But whether he was Royal or not more enjoyed the privilege of well-connected relatives the second of four children. He was raised upper-middle-class many in his family headed Cheever professional success and Moore's parents likely expected the same from him. He was educated at a strict Anglican private school, which he hated. He felt the school was too conservative and repressive and needlessly. Shamed. Its students for their sexuality. He was ready to leave from the moment he walked through the front door. But the prep school wasn't all bad. He excelled in school and was offered the chance. To study at a top engineering university in the UK after graduation, but ever the free spirit more refused. The offer instead deciding to enlist in the military, the impetus behind his decision isn't totally clear, but some of his writings suggests that he was searching for a higher calling that civilian life had yet to give him more served in the British army from nineteen fifty four to nineteen fifty eight his service was largely on eventful, although he saw some action while stationed for six months in Malaysia where his regimen waged war against a communist insurgent movement in nineteen fifty eight at Twenty-three-year-old more transferred back to England where he worked as a transportation unit officer until the end of his service in nineteen fifty nine more enrolled in the Regent Street polytechnic in London known today as the university of Westminster while at university, more married and fathered two children. Ever the passionate student? He once again excelled in school as an architecture student. He challenged convention and inspired fellow classmates to do the same yet in nineteen sixty two that passion vanished along with Moore who dropped out with no notice seemingly leaving his wife and children, but departure was a complete shock his classmates. Suspected more had found something more captivating than architecture day were right two years. Previous in nineteen sixty one of Moore's brothers had joined the church of Scientology and his passion for the church had inspired more to attend a few meetings. More took the Scientology like a fish to water. Suddenly he had found a purpose. And soon a woman who would change the rest of his life. Will learn more about Robert Moore's new life in a moment. According to my dentist my teeth, and especially my gums are in better shape. Now that I've been using my quip electric toothbrush. That's fantastic. 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Again, search not guilty or visit podcast dot com slash not guilty to listen now. Now back to the story in nineteen sixty two twenty seven year old Robert Moore dropped out of architecture school, suddenly and without warning. He had found renewed purpose within the church of Scientology much to the surprise of Moore's former classmates shortly after joining he met a woman who would soon capture his imagination thirty one year old Marianne McClain who was a year into her membership and had already risen to the rank of auditor her job was to monitor psychotherapy sessions with the use of an electro Cy commader or e meter an auditor like McLean would administer a stress test to each individual using series of questions. She then use the meter to gauge their reaction. But when Moore was first introduced to MacLean, it wasn't exactly love it for site. Moore wrote quote mcclain's brash exterior and her general air of supreme confidence had offended me and probably threatened. My masculinity and quote, yet his initially rotation with her subsided as they found that they both shared an interest in psychology, specifically, more and McLean admired the work of Austrian psychologist. Alfred Adler Adler believed that every human being was in pursuit of a goal. And once actions were driven by unconscious motivations more grew to see the human mind as a labyrinth of complexities that went around in a circle and endless cycle of misery or superiority, but despite his voracious reading on the subject more struggle to grasp psychology beyond the abstract McLean. However was more analytical in her approach has a former sex worker her survival had wants dependent upon her ability to read clients to determine their needs. She was a master of scrutiny facial expressions tire turn of phrase. Everything was a small window into someone's personality. This ability to read. Others likely aided her as an auditor convincing people to return to Scientology time and time again, according to author James r Lewis the objective of the initial service is to create for the novice away win, which may spark interest in additional services, the church of Scientology staff held McLean in high esteem as an auditor that reportedly offered her much higher positions within the church, but she repeatedly refused them. She evidently liked being an auditor probably because it allowed her to have complete control. She enjoyed the control so much that eventually she began refusing to follow Scientology script and conducted her own evaluations. She liked knowing more about people than they knew about themselves. But that didn't mean McLean refused. More training in nineteen sixty three thirty two year old McLean underwent rigorous training for six weeks until she was clear. It was a difficult process. But was made. Slightly easier by the presence of her new friend Robert Moore who was also in the class the church of Scientology referred to the state of clear as when an individual becomes free of compulsions traumatic events and involuntary feelings when Moore and MacLean were officially declared clear, it meant they could officially help others become clear towards the end of their training McLean provided therapy to more these intimate sessions were spent facing each other across a small table. More talked while McLean, mainly listened more wrote, quote, I'd found real contact perhaps for the first time in my life. And I was in love and quote for her part MacLean welcomed Moore's and patchy Shen and the two became romantically involved. However, it didn't come without a price. Mclane provided comfort and security, but in exchange, she demanded absolute control this put her at odds with the church of Scientology. And they started listening in on her sessions when she discovered his sessions have been bugged acclaimed grew enraged and left Scientology, an infatuated more willingly followed, but the couple didn't go empty handed. They stole an eater. From the auditing office's equipped with the eater and Adler theories on self actualization, the couple resolve to help others connect with their inner selves more had an idea about who they could help. I he has some school friends. He hadn't spoken to in a year. Perhaps it was time for a class reunion in nineteen sixty three twenty three year old Timothy Wiley was a fellow architecture student at Regent Street polytechnic and had been a close friend more during his university stint their friendship was somewhat inevitable as they took the same bus route home in those days. So when more phone wildly out of the blue after a year of radio silence. Wiley was happy to hear from his friend more. Told wyle that he had founded a new psychotherapy method with Marianne McLean. The needed a Guinea pig to tested on as they turned out the kinks. Wiley was already paying his way through school as a practice patient for a student psychologists. So he figured why not try this out too. But from the first moment, Wiley met McLean. He distrusted her having known Moore's first wife and children while he saw McLean as a home, wrecker McLean, of course, knew how to win Wiley over she sent more to fetch coffee and asked why questions about himself while he admits he enjoyed the attention from clain, even as she became increasingly invasive Wiley said, quote, I was flattered of course, who wouldn't be. We all like to think we are special in our own secret hearts, and quote, these sessions, however were different from the ones McLean audited as a scientologist McLean felt the official auditing process converted people into puppets for Scientology. Founder L Ron Hubbard. She and more favored a more existential approach, they asked questions, and they're stolen eater measured the electrical resistance on the skin of Wylie's hands. The results were displayed on a meter and interpreted as his unconscious emotional response. The line of questioning what eventually turn to how one might be unwittingly sabotaging their purpose in life. Mclean would ask him philosophical things. Like what the consequences would be should one fail to find their purpose. Why Lee said quote McLean was a master at tickling out answers, and quote, these sessions with McLean attracted the interest of Wiley and Moore's other friends from Regent Street polytechnic who notice the positive change in wireless demeanor soon. Wylie's neighbors were having sessions with McLean and more but claim supposedly taught them how to channel their past lives and tap into who they were in decades past the excitedly shared their cell. Discoveries. Amongst each other. The group grew to about twelve members by the end of nineteen sixty three all of whom were told that their current issues where the results of actions taken in a past life over time, they became so close to one another that they felt they had shared encounters with each other in past lives. Wylie said, quote, all this gave us the feeling we were onto something big and inevitable, and quote yet while the group believed they were making headway together McLean in more put up a wall between themselves and their patients, the gradually withdrew from the casual meet ups held by other members and conducted private sessions with each other this distance helped them in shroud themselves in mystery and seem more authoritative to their followers. According to American authors, and spirituality experts Diana all stead, and Joel Kramer, quote authority may be vested in some perceived capacity within an individual and quote in other words, Robert and. Marianne were the only ones who knew how to read the eater and as such were lionized by their patients. Meanwhile, McLean continued to exercise control over every aspect of Moore's life more in his first wife had long been separated, but he was still legally married. A fact that McLean wouldn't let him forget McLean. Utilized every possible opportunity to shame him about his previous marriage. She reportedly claimed Moore had deceived. Her yet more was adamant, he loved McLean had no intention of going back to his first wife. Eventually McLean believed him agreed to move into gather. Although in truth, she was probably never all that concerned by Moore's first wife, only using the marriage as a tactic to keep more under her control and groveling in nineteen sixty four the twenty nine year old Moore and thirty three year old McLean. Rented an apartment together on Wigmore street in London. It was likely. No accident that their practice. Near where several licensed doctors performed consultations. This helped the couple to purposefully misrepresent their psychotherapeutic practice as legitimate McLean and more officially dubbed their practice. Compulsions analysis to fit their new image McLean. Groomed. More into dressing, the part more war expensive suits to offset. Mcclain's loose-fitting dresses to see more refined. More also had his blonde hair cut to draw. Attention to his blue is the strategy worked soon membership grew to around twenty people McLean and more held by weekly meetings that they called communication courses together. They taught a crowd of eager young people who hung on their every word as the courses expanded. It was clear McLean and more had stolen more than just the e meter from the church of Scientology the couple had stolen some of the exercises as well. They split up the group into pairs and had them look each other in the eye. I for five minutes without distraction, another exercise involved one patient verbally abusing or harshly criticizing another while the other Baird the insults without betraying emotion. This exercise volved into one patient sitting in the center of a group of about thirty to forty patients. The selected patient would sit quietly as the others shouted the worst insults. They could think of the supposed goal was to break there in additions and through this rediscover themselves by the mid nineteen sixties compulsions analysis was doing so well, but it was able to move out of the Wigmore street apartment and into a mansion on Belfour place in the Mayfair district. The bow four place mansion was leased by patient of McLean and Moores who had recently come into money as with the Wigmore street apartment McLean and more had intentions for the mansion it was to serve as their base to bring together believers and spread their word. However. Several other sources allege that the bell four-place mansion was the first step in McLean. Moore's plan to live like royalty at the expense of their devoted patients as their patients began to see them as status symbols. It was that much easier to entice new followers who had gladly give the money hand over fist, the political activism and freedom of the swinging sixties attracted a lot of young adults to freethinking movements like compulsions analysis popularity came at a price British American journalist and television personality ouster cook had a stepdaughter named Holly who became involved with compulsions analysis in the summer of nineteen sixty five Holly was depressed at the time at initially felt relaxed after therapy sessions. However, these sessions were expensive and all consuming Holly and several other patients were compelled by McLean and more to make a full commitment to compulsions analysis. This not only meant paying. Large fees to McLane and more. It also meant cutting themselves off from friends and family to dedicate themselves full time to the organization while Hawley wasn't trenched in compulsions analysis for sisters Susie visited her in London. Suzy was sixteen years old at the time and naturally curious about compulsions analysis, Holly introduced Susie to McLane and more and soon Susie was part of the group her visit was supposed to be a brief stopover on her way to Paris. But she ended up spending all her travel money on compulsions analysis and began cleaning the mansion from clean and more to make ends meet concerned, Holly and Suzy's mother Jane attended a compulsions analysis session to see what her daughters had been up to the Sacramento incantations and group shaming confirmed her worst fears when Jane told Alistair Cooke about the session, cook reached out to friends in high places to help us stepdaughters one such friend was in America. And ambassador in London named David Bruce, Bruce told McLean and more that because Suzy was a minor her parents had the legal right to remove her from compulsions analysis. But her sister would not get out so quickly by the end of nineteen sixty five Holly had had a total of three hundred therapy sessions with McLean and more. It was only then that she realized what she had gotten yourself into the Clinton more were moving away from psychology with an increasing focus on spirituality. The organization was focusing far less on discovery of the self and far more on the end of days. They began to refer to their organization as a religion even hinting that McLean might herself be a goddess the couple officially rebranded compulsions analysis as the process in nineteen sixty five the new name was a possible allusion to McLean in Moore's tenure in the church of Scientology derived from the terminology Scientologists us. To describe the transition from a normal to a clear state. They saw it as the beginning of new religion steeped in psychological, manipulation and doomsday fear tactics. It would be labeled a cult from its very, inception and McLean and more had never been so proud. We'll see the inception of the process church after this. Now back to the story in nineteen sixty five thirty year old Robert Moore and thirty four year old Marianne McLean, morphed compulsions analysis into something brand new they called their group the process, and it wasn't the only name change the couple made at some point in the nineteen sixties, but cleanin more had gotten married yet McLean, reportedly insisted that more changes surname does something more exotic and sophisticated they settled upon dick Grimsson, which was a family name barred from Moore's distant ancestors, but not. Everyone loved the changes that were being made after her sister had been extracted from the call too few months earlier, Holly, no longer wanted to be part of the process, but she was shamed. For wanting to leave and felt immense. Guilt about her lack of commitment. Mclean was a master manipulator and knew how to keep followers in the fold. It took several months before Holly could finally extricate herself from the grim sins and the process she later told the Sunday Telegraph in nineteen sixty six that the grim sins had turned the atmosphere in the mansion into one of guilt and subservience that dipped into the occult with things like spirit, channeling she insinuated that the process was occult, and she wasn't the only one magazines newspapers in London scathingly nicknamed the process the mind benders of Mayfair such allegations didn't sit well with parents several of whom weren't as well connected as how star cook one such. Case involved a seventeen year old named Jonathan depar- Jonathan became acquainted with the process through his older brother Christopher who was already well established within the group. Their parents had been upset when Christopher had started spending all his time and money in this rumored cult so when they're younger son started attending meetings enough was enough. The departures took the process to court to make them stay away from Jonathan. Unfortunately, an envelope of the prosecution's entire legal strategy was mistakenly mailed to the Balfour place mansion giving the process and advantage. They won the case. And Jonathan was allowed to remain with the cult such victories. However, didn't protect the process from ridicule. More had arranged to give lectures at Oxford Union and the London School of economics, his apocalyptic rants got more laughed out of both institutions. It was a demoralizing experience that left members. Shaded they began to realize that their own country would never accept them. So in may of nineteen sixty six it was decided that the process needed to get away from western civilization. If it had any chance of truly flourishing before the move overseas. The degrom sins tried to recruit new members to help pay for the relocation costs, but they hit a snag because the process had been labelled a cult. Nobody knew wanted to join they were stuck with the thirty some followers already among the ranks and a smaller pool of savings than they would have preferred MacLean finally decided that the Bahamas would be the perfect place to settle since. She imagined it as a tropical exotic place where the locals would be more open to alternative brands of spirituality. Apparently, nobody told her that the Bahamas have been a staunchly Christian nation since the late sixteen hundreds to better fund their pilgrimage process members sold off their possessions and on June. Twenty-third nineteen sixty six bid goodbye to their distraught. Families. They relocated to Nassau the capital city of the Bahamas initially the grim sins plan to purchase their own island by pooling money from some of their wealthier followers, trust funds and inheritances. But for whatever reason that plan fell apart once they were on the ground. The group was stuck in NASA. Still to be stuck in the Bahamas wasn't too bad. They quickly found it three story. Wooden mansion that overlooked swimming pool and settled into what they hoped would be temporary accommodations. It wasn't as big as the bow foreplay smashing. But the exotic tropical atmosphere was a far cry from dreary London. The members found jobs in Nassau and often spent their lunch hours in the pool every evening. The degrom sins joined members poolside to teach and meditate in their meditation sessions several process members established what they believed was a connection with non-proportional intellects who they called beings. Process. Members would test these beings with questions and would arrive at a collective answer, which they attributed to having been provided by the beings. But after a couple of months the process members felt that even though they would never be able to afford a private behavior island. They had at least earned enough to leave the Bahamas and find their permanent home. They asked the beings where to go next and every process member simultaneously received a joint answer Mexico. The beings led the group to Merita the Yucatan regions capital city. They arrived on a rickety bus towards the end of the summer. Nineteen sixty six between the move to the Bahamas and the move to Mexico. Membership of the process had dropped down to twenty five. Many former followers were either tired ran out of money what the rest foraged onwards and rented a small fisherman's cottage in the village of c cell, but having spent all their money on the move. They had little to spare for food they tried to fish. But were in arguably horrible at it. They only got their first real meal when a. Fish washed up in front of their cottage the process hailed the incident as a miracle. The Grimsson meanwhile took to exploring the surrounding area during one of many amateur expeditions. They stumbled upon an abandoned nineteenth century salt factory left in the ruins of stole a small Yucatan village the process decided that the large factory was much more their style and quickly settled on the property that only led to more challenges with no fresh water on the premises process. Members made repeated journeys to the village of chew burner Puerto to fill a five gallon water tank. They had to carry the tank on a pole for over two long, mosquito Laden miles in the summer, heat surviving off coconuts, and whatever fish they were lucky enough to catch member soon became emaciated, the grim skins continued their evening meditation sessions over time the processes the G began to take. Shape. The beings were redefined as the four gods of the universe. The four gods were equals in the eyes of the process each represented, the dual nature of mankind Jehovah represented man's strength. And leadership yet also totalitarianism Lucifer was the bringer of light. Yet was also known for a looseness Satan was the fire of inspiration and man's decadence. Jesus Christ represented both unification and victimhood. It was also around this time that MacLean began manipulating followers to compete for her affections and further elevate her to a goddess like status. She developed a habit of elevating someone as her favorite, then discarding them, just as quickly not even more was safe from her whims. He wrote quote McLean knows. She plays games around people. The whip followed by the carrot followed. By the whip McLean was a master of. It and quote yet this casual flip-flop between cruelty and kindness didn't bother more or the other process members their Spartan existence. Install had taught them to think in terms of extremes. The interpreted everything as a spiritual reenactment of trials previously endured in past lives. Subconsciously imprinted in their minds process. Members spent evenings in hut. She held court as she made cutting observations about everyone in her presence and gave them bizarre advice, for instance, widely adopted a pet Bulla constrictor after MacLean told him that in a past life. He was the serpent in the garden of Eden. Still despite the eccentricities the process finally had a home. But that would soon change thanks to hurricane Anna's. I Ness touchdown in nearby Tempe. Go Mexico on October tenth nineteen sixty six with winds exceeding. One hundred forty miles per hour. Wiley recalls standing atop a cliff and watching in horror as the waters receded. He told the others the water would return to wipe them out. He wasn't the only one who feared this. The British embassy personally visited the process to advise them to evacuate however, apart from two or three process members who took the advice of the British embassy and left the others opted to trust in the degrom since belief that the four gods would shield them from the worst of the hurricane. They ended up taking cover and a whole that had been dug out for a building foundation that year hurricane as claimed two hundred ninety three lives and caused forty million dollars in property damage across the Caribbean. The process hadn't suffered a single casualty, but they didn't get away completely unscathed. Hurricane Knez had destroyed everything that process members had built they. I took this as a sign that they're Lynn adventures were over. It was time to return to civilization in November of nineteen sixty six process. Members phone their parents and made the necessary arrangements to return to England when they arrived the process immediately began recruiting new members with a little more success than before their trip. They set up a hierarchy to honor those who had been with the group since before Mexico newcomers were labeled oh Ps short for outside process. They were at the bottom of the hierarchy known as the messengers above the messengers were the prophets. Then the priests and above the priests were the masters, the masters were men and women who had spent the longest amount of time in the process and ranked second only to the grim since themselves despite the our appearance of success and growth the group had never financially recovered from their tropical vacation while. While the bell four-place mansion gave the impression of wealth members were virtually broke after their misfortunes in Mexico. So they opened a cafe in the mansion's basement dubbed Satan's cavern process. Members bus tables and saints cavern and charmed customers with incessant Flannery. Eventually they convinced patrons to have an impact session like the meter sessions McLean cribbed from the church of Scientology using a similar machine. They called the peace cope, eventually the peace. Cope was set aside as process members felt confident in their own telepathic abilities. Meanwhile, the process had taken on a more disciplined way of life. They awoke at the same time eight breakfast together and were signed tasks for the day if they weren't administering sessions. They peddled their magazine on the streets. The magazine was initially titled the common market, but was later renamed the process around this time. Moore also produced several books and essays that process members printed on a Heidelberg printing press behind Satan's cavern these books two of which were titled humanities, the devil and Jehovah on war suggested that when Christ told his followers to love their enemy. He was really instructing them to love Satan in nineteen sixty seven the cafe and literature sales were doing well enough and new members were donating enough that the grim sins were able to take their teachings on a world tour in April they toward the Middle East reaching Israel by may in June. They landed in Turkey while abroad, the degrom sins instructed their followers through letters and phone calls. They continue to search for a new place to call home has Londoners still largely regarded them as a cult. It was then that the Grimsson turned their attention towards the United States. They took note of an entire generation of young Americans in search of their place. Amid changing political and social landscape and realized it might be a place ripe for the picking once again, they took a leap of faith. The process set up a chapter on Royal street in the French quarter in New Orleans, Louisiana, June twenty first nineteen sixty seven the Grimsson filed an article of incorporation and officially re-christened their group as a bona fide religion the process church of the final judgement. The degrom tins had big plans for their little church. Neither could have guessed that soon. Everything they built would begin to unravel until they were left with nothing. Not even one another. Next week. We'll delve into the conflicting personalities that initially drew that Grimsson together, and that ultimately became the undoing of the process church. Thanks again for tuning into cults. We'll be back with part two of the process church next Tuesday. You can find more episodes of cults as well as olive park casts. Other podcasts on apple podcasts. Spotify Stitcher, Google play or your favorite podcast directory. 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