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"don marijuana" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

13:02 min | 1 year ago

"don marijuana" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"They need the time and the energy to explore and they absolutely have to have tight traded experiences of disappointment and failure and challenge If they're going to master that at say move into adulthood and they don't have that opportunity anymore. So what does that look like? What is that? What is that childhood? Look like that. It isn't now so here's what I think it would look like. I spoke to six hundred people last night and I asked if there was anybody in the audience who had never had their heart broken six hundred people. One person raised their hand right You will and your child will have their heartbroken at some point. And how did they prepare for that? They prepare for it by having small normal developmental experience. Things -IETY that we're not rushing into accommodate too. I mean the number of time somebody sits in my office and says I can't stand to see my kid unhappy. My answer is always the same. Which is you're in the wrong profession. You have got to be able to tolerate your child being unhappy. Because how else are they going to learn that it's not the end of the world And so I think what it would look like would be kids having more normal developmental experiences. that they have to manage with their parents kind of standing on the sidelines. And that's not what's happening now. Yeah well to those parents. This is normal. Your definition of normal isn't their definition of normal. You know I'm not. I'm not sure about that my because when I speak There is a great deal of green. And it's not just me. I mean you know. It's all my colleagues who are speaking and the people who were doing research. There is in the very beginning when I was interested in this and writing about it. I got a lot of pushback like Doctor Levin trying to you know lower the Bar Because we want our kids to do really well and she wants to lower the bar which is always funny to me because you know I'm a Jewish PhD From New York married to my own family. Close a real doctor So we're not known for low bars really culturally And it wasn't about lowering the bar but there was pushback. That's thirteen years ago not anymore. There's no pushback anymore. There's only the idea that. How could I possibly enact what you're saying when everybody else in the community sees it differently sees it in this intrusive way and I can't swim against the stream so the notion that there's something wrong that's rem can be remediated if I keep this kind of oversight on my child I think in the book I have this example of Kid who's taking calculus and the father is graphing every test that the kid takes and the kid is has tricked. Attila mania which is pulling out his eyebrows pulling out his eyelashes in his hair. And when I see then. They say he'll stop that when calculus is over and that is no longer tracking every great. But he won't stop it because that's the way he's learned to manage anxiety and and by the way he's taking calculus and yet his father doesn't trust him to do the graphing. So it's it's kind of crazy and you know people say things like well. They can sleep when they get into Harvard or no. They can't you know you can't undo Easily you can't undo easily these kinds of lost opportunities to learn how to manage on your own and I don't think anybody disagrees with that anymore. I just think that the fear is so great that it gets in the way of people being able to affect you. Wait it in their homes. And so what's the advice if you're a parent listening to you and you're saying you know here's the problem. Here's all all right but but I I don't know what it means to parent the way you're talking about. What is it I do or stop doing? There are two words. I always tell parents you have to listen and you have to be curious. And which parents aren't because his so busy micromanaging and lie it. Listening is not sitting there for ten seconds listening to your kid while you formulate your response to it. No kid has ever walked into my office. And I've been doing this thirty five years and said you know my parents just listened to much. No Kid has ever said that. Plenty of kids. Most kids have said. My parents talked too much so I think I think I think parents start with the exercise because it's not that threatening of could you just listen a little bit? Could you just be curious a little bit about what your kids are thinking Because part of growing up is you know. Sort of trying out different ideas. Don't get excited when your kid says I. Don Marijuana is the best thing in the world. Listen to them. See how they're thinking Don't jump in too quickly and remember something about your own experience of growing up often. Ask What do you remember most about growing up? And it's a question audiences like because they come you know they go back to childhood and they think about climbing up tree or hiding from their parents whatever and remembering that your own childhood allowed you degree of freedom that you are not allowing your children and that the consequences of that may not show up when your kid is young But it will show up. You know this whole thing about emerging adulthood like. Where did that come from? I didn't learn that in graduate school this year. I put six kids into emerging adulthood programs. Because it just didn't have basic skills so I tell parents you know. Have your kid have a job when they're in high school? My kids were construction in high school. That was a good job. It's hard you stand on your feet. You're responsible to your work co workers. Let your kid have chores around the house? Every kid in America knows how to get out of loading the dishwasher. And that's simply to say oh I have to study for my. Ap history tests right and then mom who's been working all day long says. Don't worry honey I'll do it for you If you your kid to grow up and be part of a community you're the first community so let them have chores. Make them responsible the interested in them. Be Curious about them and talk to other people about your level of anxiety Because it's one in. Three kids has an anxiety disorder by the way one in three adults also has an anxiety disorder so I can imagine parents listening to you and saying well wait a minute. I try to listen to my kid. I'll say how a school on what did you learn today. Nothing I'm listening but there's nothing coming and then when you say I'll also and then I'll let you comment. Give my kids freedom. If I gave my kids the freedom they wanted they'd be playing video games every waking moment and I'm not going to allow that to things in an answer to your first one Nothing fine first of all. You're talking about teenager right if. Us your eight year old or seven year. Old School was They're usually pretty enthusiastic. And it's normative for a kid to Say nothing but that's a that's okay that you know knowing what is developmentally appropriate like for a teenager to say nothing. That's that's fine and at least you're not standing at the door. Ambushing them with. How'd you do in school today? Or what grades did you get? So your Persistent interest is good. And I promise you that at some point you'll start getting an answer to that question but not in early or middle adolescence. That's just not the way those kids do things and your second example They'd be videos all day. This is not to be in. None of this is to be interpreted as an abdication of responsibility towards your children. It is not healthy for your kids to play video games all day. So that's the place where you actually do have to intervene and set rules and and boundaries your chops to keep your kids safe and sort of a realistic appraisal of this business about kids. Can't go out and it's too dangerous out there unrealistic. It's it's the safest time to be a kid in America letting your kids play video games all that so you should let them out and you should let them play playing video games so not healthy for your kids. So that's the place where you have to set limits that's your job as a parent that whole notion of not letting your kids out like when we were kids when parents said You know we'll see you at dinner. Go and he would go round on your bike to the neighborhood kids and you go far. You could go far as long as your home on time. This is one of the things that that really strikes me as so odd and and what? I was trying to get at earlier. Where where did that come from? Because parents didn't used to think about danger the way they think about it. Now I don't think it so much income equality there. There's something else going on that that caused that change well Yes and I don. I don't feel like I have all the answers to that for sure. I don't think anybody has all the answers to that. We've had this huge cultural shift And I do think it's tied to a loss of trust in institutions in the world in the twenty four hour news cycle which makes it look like at any moment all hell can break loose I used to before I wrote about child. Development had a couple books on media and my mentor was a guy named George Gerbner who at the Annenberg School of communication who coined the term mean World Syndrome and that that was long before the twenty four hour news cycle and he had done a bunch of research there that showed that people who are exposed to more rather than less media Felt the world was more dangerous. And so now if you're if you're watching And it's on constantly. It looks like the world is profoundly dangerous at all times and I think that new cycle without the attendant skills to evaluate what. You're seeing Has Made People extremely fearful and I and I do think community which had salutory effect like we're all in this together. has dissipated so the world looks scary. I mean how many times have you seen those images of kids walking out of schools crying with their hands up I it. It's terrifying and the fact that it is not normative and it doesn't happen all the time but I think people are on such high alert and kids are on high alert. You know kids have to see those same constant images That that get eyeballs because after all eyeballs or what television and and most media or about Makes it seem like it's a very mean world when in fact all alright so filing chroma down and yet you wouldn't know that based on the way a lot of parents parents because there's a lot of this you know you can't play outside unless someone's watching you you gotta play in the backyard or you can't walk to school on your own there. Is this fear. That just didn't.

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"don marijuana" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

12:58 min | 1 year ago

"don marijuana" Discussed on KGO 810

"Welcome back to the Patterson show just coming up on eight minutes after one o'clock there's a picture of it absolutely lovely family you can find online from earlier this year January this year gorgeous picture of a family of doctor Reema Abbas Islam Abbas and their three children they were all killed at once in one car crash and you can really understand the loss of an incident like that when you see a picture of a happy family realize that they're all gone in an instant they were killed by a wrong way driver and the issue turned out to be operating under the influence that family has had a report dedicated to them this year and that is the report that comes out for mothers against drunk drivers every year to talk about how the various states are doing in attacking drunk driving with their various laws and other techniques they can use to keep drunk drivers off the road very pleased to have joining us right now the national president of mothers against drunk drivers Helen witty hello and happy holidays thank you for joining me thank you thank you for having me so Arizona is on top of the list here and what they do is to date they have all different ways that they can use the various states can have ignition interlock for drunk drivers the cast sobriety checkpoints with we're familiar with here in California I administratively revoking driving privileges if there's drunk driving and this one I haven't heard of creating enhanced penalties for those who drive drunk with a child which is particularly powerful I imagine so what what is there is only doing right that the rest can look up to well they they've got a they've strength and all their lives and they have been working on it a long time and and so it we just want to say thank you Donna and encourage all the other states to catch up because of strengthening the laws are going to help save lives we have campaign that we've been working on since two thousand six which will save lives and it's in increased law enforcement ignition interlock technology and personal responsibility so the legislation part of this is an over arching goal and it allows us each living in different states to focus on what we can speak to our legislators about you know how we can all work together it's since two thousand six what's happened with the numbers with drunk driving well they've gone down which is good that since two thousand six I believe in two thousand six it was around thirteen thousand every year were killed and we're at ten thousand now and seem to be holding nationally but well no actually the good news is since nineteen eighty when it mattered was founded the drive drunk driving rate has been cut in half by more wow back in nineteen yeah it by back in nineteen eighty was about twenty five thousand people were killed every year due to drunk driving crashes and people you know knowing all the death then when it happens to you people stood up and told their stories and that could save on all the numbers and that's were mad has really made it personal and you know putting a face on the numbers help people understand the heartache just like you were mentioning about the Abbas family all of them died suddenly in together on their way home from my state Florida to their home state Michigan so so when that becomes personal then we can all take make chicken steak and say okay let's let's stop best and fast forward now this year well last year ten thousand five hundred and eleven people died which is still way too many way too many but it's a whole lot less than twenty five thousand about who the drunk drivers are I I want to take the most extreme case you you hear about people who get behind the wheel drunk again and again and again and eventually end up killing somebody and that's why we find out about them I'm going to assume and correct me if I'm wrong that those are the fringe who are the average people who end up being apprehended for drunk driving who are these folks well here here is that there is it's just such a instead of a sad thing because generally nobody wants intends to hurt anyone I mean I'm I'm coming up from the point of view that most people are good people yes in they never intend to hurt anyone and somebody may get in the car and nobody ever think they're impaired and here's the thing that we all need to know and understand every drunk driver is a dangerous person because according to the CDC centers for disease control people drive drunk eighty times before their stock thanks so I know it's so so it may be that person that gets in the car you know not thinking they're insured and and they are in the either kill themselves or someone else and so what what now has been from the very beginning as if you're gonna drink don't drive and especially now we have so many ways to make a plan you know we have a ride share we have public transportation we have friends who so okay tonight I'm not gonna drink anyone anything earlier on their used you know we used to stay in the very early designate a sober driver well so many times that would be the person who had had the least to drink right hand is still really early on they just wait a minute wait a minute it's got to be someone with no alcohol because what if you haven't had anything to drink or what if you're tired well what if you're taking medication all those things are going to enhance your your the fact that you're impaired right so that's that the danger we just want especially now over the holidays we want everyone to get home safely and no one wants an empty chair over the holidays and it it just happens all the time so that's why I love this report because it focuses on what we can do and what we can speak to our legislators about over the phone lines for anyone who wants to talk with mothers against drivers national president Helen witty and I'd especially like to hear from you I know this would be difficult for you to do but if you are inclined if you have been picked up and cited for drunk driving what were the circumstances what what did you think when you're going out that night in terms of how you would protect yourselves and others and what could that backfire they think we can all learn from you if you can bring yourself to pick up the phone and talk to us about that because as as hell and just said you know most people are good and it doesn't do us any good to demonized drivers I'm curious what happened in your particular case that you ended up cited for drunk driving eight zero eight zero eight one zero eighty eighty eight ten is the number to call will go to the phones in just a moment we I do have one more question about what we were just talking about and that is trying to avoid drunk driving what about that measure that we've heard about all our lives one drink one hour you should be okay right I just I just don't want anyone to take any risk with the lights on that's what the science says one you know it takes one hour for a drink of alcohol to be filtered through your liver you know it's not going to be a cold shower it's not going to be a Cup of coffee it's gonna be time for your liver to shelter the alcohol out of your system again I would just say I wouldn't want to take that risk I wouldn't I at I wouldn't want to take that risk because personally I know what it's like to reaching out to have the police officer arrive in your front yard my daughter was killed on a bright sunny June afternoon as she roller bladed on a bike path you run down by a drunk and stoned driver while my daughter was on the bike path and so she was sixteen years old doing nothing wrong so I learned first hand mad came with me to the courtroom to face the person who had killed my child who was a seventeen year old girl Joan don marijuana and drunk on alcohol tequila she's been drinking all afternoon so I did that I don't want to take I don't want anyone to experience that shock and horror and and I mean that was nineteen years ago and you know I've learned to cope and I've learned to live with the sadness but it it's it is something that doesn't need to happen and that's what we want to say yes you're you're correct that's what the the science says again I would designate a non drinking driver or call call a light year this is the stakes you can understand that yeah let me go to the phones here AT eighty eight is the number to call we got cleaned in San Jose checking in client thanks for waiting you're on the Patterson show with Angie and Helen higher here you don't good thank you yeah so in a low fat and love the show Greece thank you thank you thank you for your help yeah so and Sir I know you mentioned the stat you said you know if you would I would least eight times before they get pulled over that is incorrect in the correct you on that okay well that I'm Susan from the the CDC so that but the chat I three hundred it's a it's actually at least three hundred or more we get yeah okay out seventy red cross it took many years ago when I had to derive and didn't get to choose in fact the scariest that in this people can drive for engineers and they get their first year right and that's that that is most scary is that people get their second D. Y. within a year of their first since I'm within the first month sometimes within the same day or the same week and they don't well could I ask you what your situation was how did you get stuck so in college I drilled literally thousands of times thousands graduated living my life I went down to get one more drink late night the liquor store was closed I was coming down less gas Eminem Boulevard doing the speed limit and of course they have nothing else to do unless gaster camel to pull people over I got pulled over into the school thing well as is that I wasn't background and I do mean thousands of times doing way worse things but it's at one time they get you and when I went to my dear and classes for ADI alert driving institute and every person that came in there should the same thing they have given years and years and years in the following up pops in every person and we walked in that room we always say Hey lesscancer Campbell lesscancer Campbell while infamous infamous is on the more power to him they're getting they're getting people off the road or to get attention will ask at that price very nice people mover pop wow Clint thank you so much now since then Angie yeah since then I now working behavior health and addiction medicine I see this all the time and people come in and out in and out in and out and they get multiple be lies in back in the day when I got mine there's guys that eight ninety rights and needs to be added jail now if you're alone he why you're screwed for ten years you figure second you're going to jail and now a California if you get your first now you have to put a breathalyzer block on your mission now which is as it should be yes Sir forty hopefully like interstate you're going down to point oh five no not pulling away thank you so much what it what an educational your call I appreciate it yeah yeah and and actually how old is so California re I know that California didn't happen to get mentioned in your report of course being California looks that way but you know it should be there every state was was once our I mean in the summary yeah in in the summer yeah how are we doing out here in California.

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"don marijuana" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"don marijuana" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"What I said well. Here's what we're doing. It says yeah we'll do that and then I called up a governor bullock up in Montana and said what you'd use your some of your money and and do stations you of course yeah we'll do that and he's a Democrat that was easy but then I call the governor Mede in Wyoming and that's just immediately north of Colorado right right and so I told governor the need for people trying to get to yellowstone park. Do you want them to drive across Colorado up Utah and across Montana and come down from the north or you want them just to drive right up through and Wyoming has more natural gas and coal and and carbon. Energy than anywhere they're the most pro carbon save probably in the country but madman thought about it for a day and then call them said Yep we're in we'll put it on recharging stations and that's what's GonNa Happen Republican that never got to work together to build these networks these collaborations to address climate change in real time and most of the anger in the yelling at people is not going to get us guest there and demonizing businesses and GonNa get their business has to be convinced in real time how they can solve at this problem without ruining their business and it's doable. I think we've got plans ready to go and what do you say to the person. That says you know that John Hickenlooper he you know he's flip flopped on the death penalty. He's flip flopped Don Marijuana. He you know this is what they would say. It's what they say well. I didn't flip flop on on marijuana's funny. I did a a meeting this morning and a woman came up and said I love what you did marijuana. You're against it. You voted against it but when the people passed it you said that's what the people what we're going to do everything we can to see if it can work and now five years later it clearly is better than the old system and I think we have to admit that I was wrong. I mean who did you get a new set of facts I was I was against it because I was worried about the risk that there'd be a spike in teenage consumption or a spike people driving while I think that's legit that is that's. That's what has happened we do. We do a survey of twenty four thousand people every two years. There's been no spike so oh it's a better system than the old one. We sent hundreds of thousands millions of kids to prison in felons and the same thing with the death penalty. I you know my whole life I was I for an eye to tooth guy. I thought that was part of the Bible right turns out. It's only in the Old Testament it's not in anything that has to Jesus or or the New Testament and I think more powerfully than that it's not a deterrent the states that got rid of the death penalty forty years ago and say any increases of violent crime or heinous crimes. It's it's incredibly expensive with all the appeals it drags the family members of the victims through the worst experience of their lives again and again in these appeal systems and most importantly it is biased in other words if you happen to be black and and you commit this crime in the wrong community district attorney will decide it's going to be the death penalty for political purposes and that is something the no Americans you wanna except I read this article that about you on business insider insider and this is what you said you said <hes> I don't know about you. When I get new facts? I'll change my opinion. I think that's completely fair yeah if you don't have the facts and you're presented the facts and and you're showing the numbers of what Litigation Gatien like that would cost etc etc versus you know putting somebody in prison for life. I mean yeah I mean we do that all the time but in these debates I you know I don't know where you stand but look the the whole thing with Biden in the bus scene and it's I find it really hard to go be critical of what somebody thought forty years ago..

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"don marijuana" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:52 min | 1 year ago

"don marijuana" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You know that it's only a couple blocks from a mild to moderate or high school talk about that how many people in the video maybe fifty sixty with don's marijuana being smoked simulated robbery simulate one of the saddest part to this our two boys sitting there looked to be like eight nine ten years old without with their if that if that maybe seven simulating killing people and sharing the million shooting people and and and what I just said you know high school I went there right around the corner I sent my son there I I I I sent my blood late daughter what little she could go to school to see high school and and and so it it really hits home adjusted Helen with all that intersection for I please I got locked in very very close friends that I care about the whole lot at work in a district of for most recently worked before being elected president and I don't mind it is a work scared I'm scared for my brothers and sisters in law enforcement on sale for the community I'm set for that year in the video the third they could be so hopelessly lost but but you know I I I I think about I think about this topic about my coppers up there responding in dealing with such a such a loss more was group of of people it appears from the video sergeant Dan hills you said something to me a couple hours ago then I really struck me about something bad's going to happen to a cop yeah I don't really like talking about it but it just the the there's there's a feeling you get sometimes and I'm gonna talk a lot I was just talking to my my fraternity the canine handler out there on the streets right now he says you can feel just the the disrespecting animosity towards police officers out there right now and it's it should be it in the air and and it concerns him greatly it concerns me as much that that that you know we just had this this this guy call intraday ambush after brown out there in Madisonville I I I I I I'm afraid that you know somebody's gonna try again and try again and then you know god willing were always able to protect ourselves but you know that's not not al sometimes like this and talk about this officer you told me who has a thog in the backseat of his car dealing with the invective and then and then he's under now possible scrutiny and punishment for using the T. word which is thog explain what happened well I just talking about it will just one measure for I represent off you're going to go to internal and I represent officers when they go to the system complain forty in and I just you know just represented an officer and just the hopelessness after we walked out of the interview I want to go on and on about it because it's an ongoing investigation but just imagine getting verbally abuse and then you finally respond back you don't respond back with any ball anything Paul or anything it's Rachel you just say dot and that that becomes the focus of an investigation on you you know that's that's where police officers deal with another thing that is that the father said to me is that damn they think we're all robots and never really hits structure of chord with me too is that people fail to realize and they put us out there to put us out there with these cameras and they get to pick one episode someone during the day sometimes during the week sometime during the month of announcers activities out there were other dealing with with with with with jokes that sometimes don't like him sometimes there is extremely disorderly intoxicated high mentally insane and sometime during that month while you're on video you're just the you yo yo yo yo express yourself or by god if you speak the truth in them and call somebody of sudden death the thug the you wonder what's coming next is difficult coming for us are currently hope not I I I I would think not but but it was part of the focus of of this interview after this this individual complaint on our police officer the reason there are folks out there and all you gotta do is look at that video if you pull up that video on support influence and see which is all wet Facebook page and I have a look at that video and you realize that this is the element that is out there and and and a lot of communities the police officers can and do encounter each and every day and then when you consider how budget is that the that that we are Michael mange Monday morning quarterback it's it's it's frustrating and then back to what I said before really it's it's it's scary it's scary for police officers and it's not meant to jump another year got it back the police officer that means given the benefit of the doubt if you put up with washers other criminal the launchers other views of the people are physically abusive or any of those things but when they have to use force when they confronted by we want to go out there and start enforcing the curfew what happens when the first sixteen year old register of what happened at first sixteen year old goes toward his waist and I'm not sure here that the defendant cells where will the councilmen and and and and the community leaders being when they're when one for sales to be used they they say they want to go and do some so that that that the the folks in the years on the streets stop killing each other we'd love to Willie our our our women we we're sworn to do duty but they are they are lacking in states that that they are going to be back that's what comes down to they are lacking in faith that they're gonna be back in people can say they back them and I'm confident that is soon as something happens it doesn't look good on camera something that somebody hurts the senses so like the the the taping of the young suspect in an Kroger's then they can't even wait became and wait for an investigation they jump jump right out the fire and they did wrong and all that stuff that's not back in your office given the benefit of the doubt will allow for an investigation and allow for them to be human back with the doctor said to me today I I think they need if they want us to be a robot stand they think we're robots the police officers the men and women to this job fine fine people are very skilled people ever train people will either not robots they're just they're just people and their your phone them into we thought I'm in all sorts of stressful situations your phone and then the life and death situations and when they show their humanity will when it is that they get tested exotic give them the benefit of the doubt and lastly I I I I listen this morning to merit John Cranley who who you know he's in a position untenable because he can't say certain things he doesn't you know he has to be hold to the community he said the messages put down the guns so are you using any of those thugs in that video even know who the mayor is and if the mayor says put on there what difference is make put down the guns I'm the mayor but well what it means nothing nothing there you know and I mean you know you're not only should be for the city leaders but she also be talking to the county leaders will we we cannot a flying to more jail space I don't know where maybe one of the hospitals that have been whatever painted for right now we got a fine place to put our heroine addict to make room for mild more violent offenders you have to have the rule law society is going to stand and right now as I told you many times all articles of the system is not in our colonel justice system is shattered it shattered a chatter all over the place they disrespect the cop they disrespected judges they disrespected corrections officers because nobody is allowed to stand up to him you have this much scrutiny on the people that enforce the wall with zero screw me with the people that are are breaking the law hi there is a a young lady there I don't know she's younger not that apparently shot herself accidentally today she apparently it has been arrested for CCW just a few days before I share with people for the guy that lost his life a few days back in the west and have been arrested twice with large quantities of narcotics in the last couple weeks but yet somehow they're still finding themselves back out on the streets whether they're to become victims order become suspects offenders they keep finding their way back out on the street and then the the reason why there's no room in the end we need somebody to stand up and be a strong county commissioner strong share somebody's got a the money's got to come out in this county and take the lead it won't matter who's a Democrat or Republican somebody's got a thing in up and say we need law and order in Denton unity if it can still be successful we got to go the sergeant Daniels I would encourage anyone to look at that video that you face on a daily basis and not say we are not broken or shattered you can't unscramble an egg the egg is on scrambled and you're being told to put the egg back together and I'm gonna happen sergeant Daniels good luck and please I pray to god what you're feeling doesn't happen in the next couple months but what if it does all the politicians we'll be right there like sunny Kim wrapping themselves in the American flag until the next event happens with the officer Kevin brown a Kroger and they go in opposite direction but sergeant Daniels we gotta go and thanks again for coming on the bill Cunningham every year every year on its prey for coppers thank you I shall thank you I let's continue with more your comments seven four nine seven thousand bill Cunningham newsradio seven hundred W. all seven hundred W. 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"don marijuana" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:31 min | 1 year ago

"don marijuana" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Anything in the great American I gave you some homework about thirty minutes ago and we're going to pick up the pieces from the right now about this video just made it to you too but I viewed yesterday afternoon because a good friend of mine will give us full name first name is Tom sent me the video and I said where is this is this shy rack is a Chicago no he said this is Cincinnati I couldn't believe what I saw and by the way if you want to see it if you haven't done it yet go to my blog seven hundred WLW my blog and there it is joining me now sergeant Dan hills and sergeant Daniels I'm sorry to have you back on after only three days but well when I saw this video the first thing I thought about what Chicago or south central LA or somewhere this was in Cincinnati how would you describe those who don't have access to the internet how would you describe what's depicted in this in this video that's a is about life on the streets of Cincinnati well to me it looked like complete other lawlessness it's not like anarchy the the think that you had a a large number of young men use all together acting now pointing guns doing practice largely attempts all these things out very very open and that there was in the dozens of phone calls and Susan getting involved say that the absolutely not did bring bring your bring all your police officers got we got in a mall here we use problems the the that that means that the currently some people and and and that immediate area lay down have accepted the fact that lawlessness is occurring right outside their door step and you know that it's only a couple blocks from a mild to moderate or high school how many people in the video maybe fifty sixty with don's marijuana being smoked simulated robbery simulate one of the saddest parts of this are two boys sitting there looked to be like eight nine ten years old without with their if that if that maybe seven simulating killing people and sharing the million shooting people and and and I just said you know I still I went there right around the corner I sent my son there I I I I sent my blood late daughter what little she could go to school to seeking high school and and and so it it really hits home and just hit home with us all that intersection for I please I got a lot of very very close friends that I care about the whole lot that working at district of for most recently worked before being elected president and I don't mind it is a work scared I'm scared for my brothers and sisters in law enforcement on sale for the community I'm set for that year in the video the third they could be so hopelessly lost but but you know I I I I think about I think about those cops think about my coppers out there responding in dealing with such a such a loss for words grew too well people it appears from the video sergeant Dan hills you said something to me a couple hours ago then I really struck me about something bad's going to happen to a cop yeah I don't even like talking about it but it's just that the there's there's a feeling you get sometimes the knives out talk a lot just talking to my vice president and he's a he's a canine handler out there on the streets right now he said you can feel just the the disrespecting the animosity towards police officers out there right now and it's it should be it in the air and and it concerns him greatly it concerns me as much that that that you know we just had this this this guy call in trading and bush also brown out there in Madisonville I I I I I I'm afraid that you know somebody's gonna try again and try again and and you know god willing were always able to protect ourselves but you know that's not not I'll sometimes like this you talk about this officer you told me who has a thog in the backseat of his car dealing with the invective and then and then he's under now possible scrutiny and punishment for using the T. word which is thog explain what happened well I just talking about it will just one measure for I represent off you're going to go to internal and I represent archers when they go to the system complain forty in and I just you know just represented an officer and just the hopelessness therefore we walked out of the interview I want to go on and on about it because it's an ongoing investigations of but just imagine getting verbally abuse and then you finally respond back you don't respond back with any pull anything order anything it's Rachel you just say dot and that that becomes the focus of an investigation on you you know that's that's where police officers dealers and another thing that is that the saucer said to me since damn they think we're all robots and never really hits trucker accord with you too is that the people fail to realize and they put us out there to put us out there with these cameras and they get to pick one episode someone during the day sometimes during the week sometime during the month of announcers activities out there were other dealing with with with with with folks that sometimes don't like him sometimes there is extremely disorderly intoxicated hide mentally insane and sometime during that month while you're on video you're just the you yo yo yo yo express yourself or by god if you speak the truth and and call somebody of solid that's a thug the you wonder what's coming next is difficult coming for us are extremely hope not I I I I would think not but but it was part of the focus of of this interview after this this individual complain on our police officer source in our our folks out there and all you gotta do is look at that video if you pull up that video on supported Blouin cincy which is all wet Facebook page and I have if you look at that video and you realize that this is the element that is out there and and and a lot of communities the police officers can and do encounter each and every day and then when you consider how much it is that the that that we are Michael mange Monday morning quarterback it's it's it's frustrating and then back to what I said before really it's it's it's scary it's getting for police officers and it's not meant to jump another year got it back the police officers that means given the benefit of the doubt you put up with washers other criminal the launchers other views of the people are physically abusive or any of those things but when they have to use force when they confronted by we want to go out there and start enforcing the curfew what happens when the first sixteen year old register of what happened at first sixteen year old goes toward his waist and I'm not sure here that the defendant cells where will the the councilmen and and and and the community leaders being when they're when one for sales to be used they they say they want to go out and do some so that that that the the folks in the youth on the streets stop killing each other we'd love to Willie our our our when we were sworn to do duty but they are they are lacking in states that that they are going to be back that's what comes down to they are lacking in states that they're gonna be back in people can say they back them and I as soon as something happens it doesn't look good on camera something that hurts the senses so like the the the taping of the young suspect in an clovers then they can't even wait became and wait for an investigation they jump jump right down to the fire and they did wrong and all that stuff that's not back in your office given the benefit of the doubt will allow for an investigation and allow for them to be even back with archer said to me today I I think they need us they want us to be a robot stand they think we're robots that police officers the men and women through the shop or find find people are very skilled people ever train people will either not robots they're just they're just people and your phone them into we thought I'm in all sorts of stressful situations your phone in the life and death situations and when they show their humanity will when it is that they get tested exotic give them the benefit of the doubt I I listen this morning to merit John Cranley who you know he's in a position untenable because they can't say certain things he doesn't you know he has to be holding the community he said the messages put down the guns so in giving any of those thugs in that video even know who the mayor is and if the mayor says put on there what difference does it make put down the guns I thank the mayor but well what it means nothing nothing there you know and I mean you know you're not only should be for the city leaders but she also be talking to the county leaders Willie we cannot a flying to more jail space I don't know where maybe one of the hospitals that have been whatever painted for right now we got a fine place to put our heroine addict to make room for mild more violent offenders you have to have the rule law society is going to stand and right now as I told you many times all articles of the system is not integral justice system is shattered it shattered a chatter all over the place they disrespect the cop the disrespect the judges they disrespected corrections officers because nobody is allowed to stand up to him you have this much scrutiny on the people that enforce the wall with zero screw me with the people that are are breaking the law hi there is a young lady either I don't know she's younger not that apparently shot herself accidentally today she apparently had just been arrested for CCW just a few days before I share with people for the guy that lost his life a few days back in the west and have been arrested twice with large quantities of narcotics in the last couple weeks but yet somehow they're still finding themselves back out on the streets whether they're to become victims order become suspects offenders they keep finding their way back out on the street and then the the reason why there's no room in the end we need somebody to stand up and be a strong county commissioner strong share of somebody's got a the money's got to come out in this county and take the lead they will matter who's a Democrat or Republican somebody's got a thing in up and say we need law and order in the unity of the students will be successful we got to go the sergeant Daniels I would encourage anyone to look at that video that you face on a daily basis and not say we are not broken or shattered you can't unscramble an egg the egg is on scrambled and you're being told to put the egg back together and I'm gonna happen sergeant Daniels good luck and please I pray to god what you're feeling doesn't happen in the next couple months but what if it does all the politicians we'll be right there like sunny Kim wrapping themselves in the American flag until the next event happens with the officer Kevin brown a Kroger and they go in opposite direction but sergeant Dan knows we gotta go and thanks again for coming on the bill Cunningham your and your audience prefer accomplish thank you I shall 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