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Finding Connection, Self-Love, And Thriving With Chronic Illness Ft. Nitika Chopra

TIFFANY

05:36 min | 5 d ago

Finding Connection, Self-Love, And Thriving With Chronic Illness Ft. Nitika Chopra

"Hi everyone. this is tiffany. And you are listening to this. Episode of tiffany and the podcast. When if you are new to the podcast tiffany and you is a podcast chatting with friends. Who are using their voices and platforms to cultivate compassion. Change and creativity. Today i have with me. Nigga chopra who is founder of chronic kahn which is incredible community for the one hundred thirty plus million people who live with chronic illness in the us. High nigga. I tiffany thanks for having me. We ended up getting introduced through nate. Nichols he's a big fan of yours. And by the time you were thinking about launching your online community chronic khan and then we emerged on clubhouse and we've become much better friends since then. I always like starting with origin stories. What led you point of really thinking that cronica needed to be in the world. Well i just have to say. I'm so glad that clubhouse brought us closer together. Because i do feel like it was nice that there were all of these touch point in then being with you and clubhouse has been so special and the way i would start by origin story is that it started when i was probably ten years old and i was diagnosed with my first chronic illness. And so there's so many things. I could say about that journey and i know you and so many of your listeners have been on their own journeys but their bodies but that has definitely been my greatest teacher in my life and so when i got diagnosed with psoriasis at the age of ten i just saw my whole life through that lens. I had it in a very debilitating way. Sometimes people get psoriasis. It's maybe a small patch or in their scalp which is frustrating. For sure but for me i ended up having it covering ninety eight percent of my body and i couldn't really move without severe pain so it was everything. It was the way that i saw everything. It was the way people saw me. And then when i was nineteen i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis. Which just really impacted me in a whole new set of ways. It made it really hard for me to walk without severe pain because my joints were painful before it was my skin was painful and now my joints added to it. So as i'm sure you and so many of your listeners can relate. That was the lens that i saw everything through. I try to be positive. I have a really strong spiritual center and that really helped me through a lot of those challenges but it also shaped me to want to help people. Because i felt like there were not enough resources almost no resources when i was going through all of that that were there to really support be especially emotionally so i'm not a doctor. I'm not a practitioner. I'm a patient so pretend to try to heal people but just that emotional support of like yeah. You know. i've got somebody. That knows exactly what i'm feeling. I don't have to explain to this person. Why i can't walk the five blocks or i need to take a cab or i actually can't help with moving this box or whatever. I don't have to talk about it. It's just like no. I'm not going to do that. And you just move on. there's no heaviness there. So i never really had that growing up so i think that just has a lot to do with the story. Weiss started doing the work that i do thanks for sharing there's a term that was coined by someone in in the disability justice. Face a manguson cheeses the term access intimacy and. It's this idea that when you show up in a place you don't have to ask for permission. People just get it and it sounds like the community that you've created or what you were seeking was some level of that access intimacy was the turning point of really moving more toward advocacy and really wanting to create that community. There was definitely a turning point for me i. I started my career about eleven years ago. And you know at that point. No one was talking about chronic illness or disability or health. Really in the truest sense of the word. There was this health and wellness industry. That i sort of found myself being a part of but truthfully it never was very helpful or felt very supportive. It was just my only option at the time. And so i gravitated towards that i started an online magazine talked a lot about self love. I talked a lot about beauty as it relates to self love. I did that. Threw a lot of media opportunities that i had which was really great but there was a turning point and i would say after the twenty sixteen election. There was just a reckoning that was happening for so many people and myself included and it felt like i thought i was using my voice before i thought i was standing up for people that i wanted to stand up for and for what was right but there was something after that election that made me realize there was so much more that i could be saying and sharing and really it was a refinement process for so many people. If this is going to be this dark where are we going to find the truth. And the light in the midst of all of this and so i really had to go on that personal journey and i spent a couple of years actually in two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen asking myself a lot of really hard questions realizing that i wasn't at all speaking up for the things that i i never talked about my house

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Remembering Boston's Pioneering State Representative, Doris Bunte

Radio Boston

05:29 min | Last week

Remembering Boston's Pioneering State Representative, Doris Bunte

"Boston has lost another pioneering legend. Doris bundy died yesterday of cancer at her home. She was eighty-seven bundy was the first black woman elected to the state house of representatives and the first black woman to run the boston housing authority. She was also a mentor. And a friend to many including marie saint floor herself. A former massachusetts state representative now a principal at saint floor communications. Murray thanks for joining us. Welcome to radio boston. Good to be with you to you. Marie you lost a friend and mentor. I'm sorry for your loss. How are you. i'm i'm i'm fine. I think that all of us who are women who were legislators lost the an amazing mentor in an amazing leader today and You know we know comes but when it comes you really feel it and you have regrets that you've stayed as connected as you'd like to have stayed connected in so yeah it's it's a sad day but i'm happy to be able to celebrate her life and i thank her family for sharing her with us all these years. When did you first meet her. And can you tell us a little bit about door. Spongy so i have to tell you. I was eleven years old when i first saw a bar. Doris bundy on television. Now i'll explain. And i think she had just eventually just become state right back in the old days. You only had one. Tv in the house and so you are watching whatever your parents were watching at that time and you here was this woman who was going in to become a state representative in this in in massachusetts as she grew up right in audit. You know she. She had been living in orchard park. I went to saint patrick's so was right down the street. Rama where i went to school every day. There was a sub shop at dudley. That used to walk so you knew you knew the area. So he was this woman who was essentially you know in in places that you identified walked. Who is now going to be in the in the halls of power mistake and she was this tall she was poised in. That was my first introduction. On then i became a state rep and i became a state rep and what i love about her. I did not respond the as an adult. And she reached out on my. I remember when i was running. Decided to run for office. There were a number of people. I spoke with and she offered her wisdom. I remembered when life got rough in the legislature. And i needed questions in that was seeking direction. She's a person that you pick up the phone and you could talk to. And she would share her wisdom. That that's how i remember her. And then she modeled a lot of the things that i think some of us tried to do. I'm once we were in office. What kind of modeling murray. So for me. Dr is modeled. What it meant onto work across the divides weather. It's across racial lines She she she modeled. That i mean you saw that in her work in the legislature. You saw that in her work in the boston housing authority. She was willing to listen. I mean the leadership of the boston housing authority. While she was there was predominantly white. She was she had a clear vision about what she wanted to elevate the rights of people of color in that space but she again She would probably she would call them on formidable adversaries but she was up to the challenge and she was willing to sit listen and work through it one of the things. I never observed due to demonize. That's not was not her style. She was firm to knew what she wanted to go and she left the table always with the door open that i learned from her. I really did. I get this sense marie that she was really tough. Steely she came to boston. According to the globe in nineteen fifty-three three with ninety eight cents to her name at one point. She really locked horns with boston. Mayor kevin white when she was at the boston housing authority. He was a formidable opponent. And in the end through the courts. She won her dispute with him about her leadership at the boston housing authority. She helped integrate Boston public housing. Did you see her as a as a tough woman. And did she model that for other black women leaders coming up behind her as well to me she was. She was smart and she was donations. And what. I appreciate about her that she stood in her power so yeah kevin white could have had his point of view. She had hers two and she believes she was right and she acted on it. Issue was not boastful. She just acted in did what she believed So yeah i think she was a formidable opponent but she but she worked to build consensus so she was acting with the support of those on She was representing so. Unfortunately i you know. I you know a mayor while at the time did not respect that she was tough event. She'd smile. I mean. I remember for me. Remember a smile you know and particularly when she wanted to probe you on something further because she knew there was more there and you could see it so she. She's she's not she she. You might misjudge because you look at or height and you then you see that. She's a woman and it would be to your detriment if you misjudge the staleness of her character on our intellect in her tenacity

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Jersey City fire kills 2 children, investigators say

CBS2 News New York

00:17 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jersey City fire kills 2 children, investigators say

"A tragedy in jersey city. Two children were killed in a house fire wednesday night. Investigators believe an eleven year old girl was trying to save her eight month old brother when they both died. Firefighters say the children's mother escaped with the six year old boy and the door locked behind them.

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Unity, And Gamestonks

Say What Needs Saying

03:45 min | 2 weeks ago

Unity, And Gamestonks

"All right. Welcome back to say what needs saying. I'm zac. I'm seeing to brandon and we are coming back with season. Two of say what needs saying. We are excited. We're gonna jump into everything that we missed everything that's happened since the last time that we talked with everyone and there is quite a bit. That's gone on and the things have been kinda crazy these last couple of weeks. And when you say crazy what exactly do you mean like what is probably besides the end a twenty twenty two where we're at right now on the six of black history month. What exactly is the craziest thing has happened in your eyes. Craziest thing. I mean crazy. Things got to be the game. Stop stocks The not wall street bets versus wall street and everything that happened with that. So explain to me. Whoever's listening what exactly happened with with wall street bench game stop. Why two people care about a blockbuster all of a sudden who's blackberry since it's been eleven years since anybody's used blackberry messenger. What exactly happened. And i also can time to just know so i mean basically a bunch of people. Shorted game stop stock. So that's when you borrow stock to pay back at a later date and actually before we jump in. I'm gonna admit some people that just jumped in on the zoom chat and we go all right now. Everyone's in Yeah woke member onto the season two. I live episode but anyway so yet shorting a stock you know you borrow stock so that you can sell it when it's high and then pay back the debt of that share later when you believe that the price will be lower so everyone did this with game stop and did it immensely Shorted it too. I believe they shorted hundred forty percent of the available stock and so the Read it wound up finding out that it was heavily. Shorted and decided to call their bluff and bought a ton of game stock game stock stock game stop stock and improve the priming through the roof but yeah it was not. It costs the hedge funds. A ton of money back you. What sounds like you got. Hit by ricky ralph. I don't know what happened on. How can you hear me now a bit. Yeah i kid you knocking at you now. I'll let you know. I was just saying it's just crazy because you know they. They cost the hedge funds so much money in they. Basically it was unprecedented right. It was something that had never really happened before. At least not in the near the near past. I mean what do you expect when you tell when you when when you have billions of dollars and you laugh at the common person and say you know we'll give you two hundred dollars. You're not going to do anything with you need it. We're going to give you six hundred thousand and you. You don't need it and what they did is a lot of people out of you know jen next. Gen z millennial said. Yeah we believe in game stop you know they china on empathetic side and we believe in these comes. We're going to make it big and rid a stick it to you so a lot of people but those stocks in unison in solidarity to what. This was how we know what this was causing on wall street. The headaches and the seven point some odd billion dollars. They lost to sell their goods stocks. Are there good options. Or whatever to remake up or recoup from the losses from their expert station so yeah no. It's it's i think is necessary on one end some. I have heard some people say it was irresponsible of the people on. Read it so. Go ahead and do this but i don't know i'm kind of not anarchist but i'm on the side of the people who's always been given the season the state.

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The Mindful Photographer, with Kenna Klosterman

This Week in Photo

06:22 min | 2 weeks ago

The Mindful Photographer, with Kenna Klosterman

"Able to welcome back to this week in photo. I'm your host frederick than johnson. Today take see because i have kinnock lost min on the hookers. He's a photographer. And you may know her from creative live where she's a host and kind of runs the show over there in terms of what happens on screen so we're going to talk to kim. We're going to dive into who. She is as a photographer. And more importantly i think she is. What i kind of affectionately call people multimedia for. She does a lot of stuff you know and it all kinda has one thread of photography that runs through everything. So welcome to the show how you doing. I'm doing great frederick is an honor to be on your show. Love having you on the podcast host for great live. We are photographers. And i love this concept of multimedia for you that is you the master of mini media. That's so let's talk. let's talk about. let's start there. Let's dive in really wanna talk about just sort of your a lot of the things that you do because you you do my research on you you're are you are obviously be creative live you host a podcast for creative live called. We are photographers. You run workshops when we could do that you know. We read workshops around the world. You are a photographer. Obviously and on and on and on lots of stuff like i said has a common thread of photography reading through it. Let's start with we are. We are photographers. And we'll start there so tell me about the podcast and what was the inception of the podcast and come from. Yeah awesome so for those. That aren't familiar with creative live. We are a educational sites where we stream education and inspiration to Photographers makers all over the world creatives and creative entrepreneurs and so we have a multitude of types of people that watch creative live But i've always had my heart for photography. Because that's what i do and so We wanted to bring additional content and insights to our community global community out there so we started the podcast called. We are photographers. Because i kind of wanted to be inclusive on the we Not just like. Here's a photographer. And this is a photographer But we're all photographers whether that's professional amateur for the love of is And so I believe that there is something to learn from everyone's story and so this podcast is not about gear. is not about reviews of things. Those are all great but it really is about the human story of what can access all as creatives and you know. Everybody has a different story. But there's always themes and threads and we all have our ups and downs and so it's making us all feel alone in the creative struggle. I would say i love that. I love etem. Photo is very much in that in that jetstream. Because it's you know we talk about gear every now and then but in geek out like anyone else. But it's the show is more about these kinds of conversations connecting one on one with other people who just happen to share the love of photography with you and it could be business. It could be your technique or whatever you know. There's so much in this world to talk about in the photography world talk about. Everyone's experience is completely different. I want to kim. I want to dive into creative. Live a little bit I met chase jarvis way back in the day and i've had the opportunity to speak with him in person a couple of times and always always have that rockstar. Kind of you know trying to say something stupid frederick. It's always that and he started. This company called creative live when he started it or when when it got started it was and i don't know if it's still that you can correct me but the whole metaphor was watched for free. But if you wanna watch the replays then there's a small fee that you have to pay in order to get access to the replays. Is it still that model. Because it's been affectionately been kinda dubbed the creative live model in the industry is is still yes it absolutely is and yeah we we started. I've been there from the very beginning essentially as started out as a volunteer back now coming up on eleven years ago which is crazy and So yeah so so so. We are constantly bringing new classes to the platform. We have i think about two thousand classes on the platform now for over ten years time and so yes. There's always something playing for free across the across five different channels photo and video. Art design crafted maker music and then also our money in life channel which has a lot of entrepreneurial courses and everything from yoga to to personal finance and so a lot more than just photography Whether that's for your business hobby or life in general and so people can tune into something. There's always against playing five days a week for free Rotating schedule you can go and see what's playing. Our one of our core. Values is access giving people access to classes that instructors they wouldn't be able to necessarily go and see in person and then yes. It's kind of a for those ones Kind of try before you buy if you have a specific course that you want to be able to have lifetime access to That you want to be able to pause stop remind you can purchase that course and we also have what we call the crater pass and that's our subscription so just like a net flicks these days. You know everybody wants a subscription and so we've created that model where you can Pay one fee and then you have access to nearly all the classes and the catalog a while you have that subscription so again access to two thousand classes in some genres so so We still we still. We've evolved With a subscription but still. There's always something to watch for free and then you can also pay to own courses.

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Woods has 5th back surgery, to miss Torrey Pines and Riviera

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Woods has 5th back surgery, to miss Torrey Pines and Riviera

"Tiger Woods has had another back surgery his fifth and he will miss the PGA towards west coast swing including the farmers insurance open at Torrey pines which woods has won seven times Torrey pines will also host the U. S. open in June the surgery was disclosed in a statement released by his TGR foundation that woods also tweeted the micro disconnected me surgery was to remove a pressurized to disk fragment that was giving woods nerve pain during the P. and C. championship last month that he played with his eleven year old son Charlie according to the statement doctors called the operation a success and predicted a full recovery hi Mike Rossio

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NBC Nightly News

11:30 min | Last month

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"And none of us wants to hear this but this could get even worse than more. Contagious uk variant. We've been talking about. It's now at least fourteen states. And the cdc warned today it will become dominant here by march. Richard angle got rare access. How these variants are being tracked as they spread around the world. Kobe is ravaging brazil hospitals running out of oxygen deaths rising because of new covid mutations today the uk already struggling with its own highly contagious variant band. Nearly all travel from south america. I went to the. Uk's main sequencing lab near cambridge leading the world in hunting for variants robots here select covid. Positive tests gathered nationwide. The virus is fed into machines that reveal. Its genetic code and if the code has changed with a mutation dr. naomi park manages operations. How often when you run these sequences do you find anomalies pollution. But i guess very come out which become more alarming or americans looking for various mutations closely enough saying no he's not nearly sufficient vehicle to be the real time surveillance and monitoring of these various so americans might not know the the real kind of variants that they're facing now it might be danube realize they see the effects and i certainly too late. The variants identified so far do not appear to be more deadly but since they are more transmissible overwhelming hospitals and causing more deaths richard engel. nbc news cambridge with all that president elect joe biden laid out his blueprint for scaling up the vaccine effort with more on that. Here's nbc's jeff bennett tonight. President-elect joe biden unveiling his action plan to pick up the pace of cova. Vaccinations this is the time to set big goals to pursue them with courage and conviction because the health of the nation is literally at stake. His plan encourages states to allow more people to get vaccinated including those aged sixty five and older and frontline workers boosts vaccine supply by releasing the majority of available doses sets up federally funded. Mass vaccination sites sends mobile units to hard to reach parts the country and calls for closer coordination with state governments. Have my word. We'll manage the hell out of this operation to for it. The president-elect is calling on congress to pass his nearly two trillion dollar corona virus relief plan which includes direct aid for struggling american families and businesses biden tonight announcing he'll issue an executive order requiring everyone to wear masks in places where he has the authority to mandate it. The president-elect is also urging patients warning american. the out of the pandemic won't be easy or fast. Lester jeff bennett tonight. Thank you just five days. Before the inauguration a massive show of forcing washington is getting even bigger with twenty five thousand national guard troops. Now here's tom. Castillo across washington security is growing tighter by the hour restricted zones razor-wire topping perimeter fencing the national guard increasing troop levels to twenty five thousand weapons at the ready as dozens of state capitals also beef up security amid intelligence that right-wing extremists are threatening. More attacks. there's a great deal of a very concerning chatter. And it's what you don't know that. We are preparing for today. Disturbing details in charging documents against jacob chesley part of the mob that attacked the capital. The prosecutor in arizona said there's evidence that the intent of the capital rioters was to capture assassinate elected officials in the united states government. The doj has since struck that phrase chancellor's attorney says he was following trump's directions and will seek a presidential pardon despite guns explosives and zip ties. The in dc says there is no direct evidence yet of kill or capture teams today. The washington post reports attackers. Were within seconds of reaching vice president pence before secret service agents hit him in a nearby office capital police and the fbi toll nbc news. They are investigating what the republican members of congress. Aided the mon aided and abetted the crime may have to be actions. Taken beyond the congress and In terms of prosecution for that also tonight the dc police officers who fought for their lives last week are speaking out problems for. Daniel hodges crushed in the doorway there in my mascot. Still mike whitney sprayed with everything i was able. I think that was able to get out of officer. Mike known scream to the crowd. He had children guys. Were trying to grab my gun. And they were chanting like killing with his own gun. Also tonight the secret service and the parks service are closing the national mall the first time ever for an inauguration. Dc's mayor is encouraging people to stay home and watch it all on tv lester. Those accounts office simply awful. Tom thank you. The number of arrests in last week's attack is growing quickly. The fbi now seeking tips with billboards around the country nbc's. Pete williams joins us pete. What's the latest lesser federal prosecutors. Say they're focusing now on the most violent offenders they've opened about three hundred investigations with the rest so far in about a third of them. Some of those arrested are cooperating. Generating more leads. The fbi says it has received an astonishing one hundred forty thousand photos and videos to help identify rioters people or even sending in tips about their own friends and family members as for whether the rioters had leaders prosecutors say it may take months to find that out. Lester alright pete williams tonight thanks in sixty seconds moving vans at the white house and appending impeachment trial. A presidential transition like no other way to the document we. I had a light a candle. I'm chuck rosenberg on my podcast. The oath i talk with people who served with integrity and honor men and women who liked the way this week former. Fbi assistant director. Frank figliuzzi if you're all about harsh rigorous aggressive rules enforcement. You're not going to last very long as an organization because people will hate you for it. Your system won't have credibility they won't report conduct and they won't cooperate with the core values you're trying to maintain so with any disciplinary system with any attempt in your family. Your team your community. Your company to enforce compliance enforce regulations and values. You'd better have compassion along with consequences. Join me for season for the oath and msnbc podcast search for the oath wherever you're listening right now and subscribe new episodes every wednesday day. Hi everyone steve kornacki here. You may remember hosted an nbc news. Podcast called article two inside impeachment. It followed the developments of president. Donald trump's first impeachment last winter the article. Two podcast is back with a special episode bringing you the latest on the second impeachment of donald trump. I'm joined by. Nbc news capitol. Hill correspondent leeann caldwell who was in the capital on the day of the riots to break down the house vote and what a senate trial could look like. Search for article two inside impeachment wherever. You're listening right now to subscribe for free tonight as the president faces a second impeachment trial. We're learning how he'll make his white house exit. Here's peter alexander tonight. President trump the final hours moving trucks outside the west wing but no sign of the president. The vice president pence. Nbc news has confirmed called vice. President-elect kamla harrison thursday belatedly congratulating her and offering assistance with next week's inauguration that unlike the president pence will attend the conversation described as cordial and pleasant at the capitol. Nancy pelosi sidestepping questions about when she'll send that article of impeachment to the senate for trial to be prosecuted by nine house. Democrats so urgent with the matter. They're now working on to taking this to trial and monday. You'll be the first to know. Democrats would need seventeen senate republican votes to convict. President trump an uphill. Climb at least one republican alaska's lisa murkowski at trump critic not indicating how she'll vote but suggesting she's open to convicting the president. I believe that this president has committed an impeachable offense now harris. The incoming vice presidents addressing concerns the trial. That could start as early as curation day will overshadow their agenda. We know how to multitask. There's a reason that word existed in the english language. That's what's gonna be required. We've just learned that. President trump expected to leave the white house hours. Before the inauguration with discussions underway for a ceremonial send-off arriving in florida before biden is sworn in last year alexander. At the white house tonight. Thanks up next a rescue mission by a quick thinking restaurant manager. Police say an eleven year. Old boy is out of harm's way tonight. Thanks to a clever restaurant manager. San brock has the warning. Signs may not have been glaring. Were visible enough. We have some customers years. We've shuki one off the kids. These weeks a loss of bruises on his arm orlando restaurant manager. Flaviano convey value syncing distress from an eleven year. Old boy with his family secretly flashing him this note. Do you need help. What happened when you showed him that sign. He knocked me yes he needs help in he. May this sign with his hands. Timothy wilson the second. The boy stepfather is behind bars. Tonight facing three counts of aggravated child abuse. Police say the boy told investigators his stepfather hit him with a wooden broom tied straps around his ankles and neck and was hung upside down from a door. Even just seeing the pictures. It's absolutely appalling that that this happened to a child. Police told nbc news. Wilson denied the charges though they say the boy's mother kristen swan admitted to knowing about the abuse she's charged with two counts of child neglect the boy in his half sister now in protective custody as the touch and perseverance of another mother. I was ready to grab him and why he lives may have changed. The trajectory of this boy's life san brock. nbc news. good for her up. Next how one. Man's inspiring america with two critical missions.

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Dj vu in Alzheimer's research, and OWS's legacy

The Readout Loud

03:48 min | Last month

Dj vu in Alzheimer's research, and OWS's legacy

"Joe biden is heading to the white house. The us is grappling with an economic crisis and biotech is debating the amyloid hypothesis. Twenty twenty. one is starting off quite a bit like two thousand nine. Thanks in part to ally lilly and some surprising data on a new treatment for alzheimer's disease the biggest story coming out of j. p. morgan this week was news that a lily drug called banana managed to significantly slowed the progression of alzheimer's in small clinical trial. So why this is so notable denham ab like so many failed drugs before it is designed to attack toxic proteins in the brain called amyloid and that was reason enough to reignite the decade plus long argument over whether clearing out amyloid can actually make a difference for patients with alzheimer's disease so before we get into the implications of all that we should summarize what we actually know. Here's what lily disclosed in a study involving two hundred and seventy two patients with early stage alzheimer's those who got to non-arab some of their cognition and function decline. At a rate that was thirty two percent slower than those who got a placebo. The company used a metric called the integrated alzheimer's disease rating scale which we should note is a different measurement than what we've seen in past trials and that's about all the detail we got so far. Lilly said it would present full data at a conference in march. But until then we've only got a press release to go off of so i. I'm curious what you guys think. What are the implications of this. All the caveats that would apply to any alzheimer study. Let alone one this small but it arrives as we await word from the fda on a different Amyloid targeting treatment from biogen called which we spent a lot of time talking about on this podcast and then here comes this lily. News like a comet from the sky. How does this change kind of the state of play of amyloid so to me. This is just it's like deja vu right. it's we sort of fall into into this pattern of just keep recycling. The same arguments about the you know the efficacy of amyloid. Whether you're drugs that target amyloid are effective in alzheimer's and i i don't know what to make of these data. I i mean. I think what it says is that we will be having this debate for years to come. Even after we get a decision on atacama. I totally agree. I mean the sense of deja vu was so strong. I was looking back at articles trying to see what had happened through the years with these drugs targeting beta amyloid and i got back to you know twenty ten. When a lily drug called sima geza stat failed and there was this great npr story actually. Quoting bob langres who at the time was at forbes announced bloomberg my old colleague saying that this was really going to call into question the amyloid hypothesis. This was eleven years ago And we had daybreak on. Cnbc this week to talk with him. He's the ceo of eli lilly. And you know. He was the first one to note. How many failures. They've had in their thirty years of working on alzheimer's disease at the company. I'm focused on on this target One thing he noted that's different about this. Trial is its size. It was small and he said that was the reason he was more optimistic about the signal. They saw that they saw such a strong signal in a small study. Made him feel like it. Had to be an even stronger signal He noted that in the past they had gone to these very large phase three trials because they thought they would have to order to see a signal and here they did this small trial to see if this was even worth pursuing a before going to that big one so i thought that was pretty interesting but i also think we're still arguing over whether amyloid is a cause of alzheimer's or like jeff jonas. The former ceo of sage. Who's still at sage in a different role You know he. He's put it as he thinks. It's more like a scar or a scab where you pull it off. That doesn't fix the underlying wound. And we just don't have those answers yet

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Why Your Employee Experience Probably Sucks

The Site Shed

06:00 min | Last month

Why Your Employee Experience Probably Sucks

"David america. Welcome to the podcast. All the way from snowy utah and sunny texas luli rear very happy to be here man. Be on the show matt. Good to have you on getting out of this. Thanks for sending the thomas auden at this time of an normandy. Doing other things here. we're we're gone. You're having us said we would do anything for podcasts. You have a great. So he goes from palestinian pros rundown on what you guys do and power. We also While wearing contacts Little bit into this boy while we're gonna be talking about after that -solutely awesome power still in pros. We are a coachee accountability organization. So we actually do training in coaching exclusively in the home services industries so heated in air electrical plumbing and in a few outliers as well but really our our main goal is to to help companies grow by doing that. They win more moments. They while more customers in really ultimately they make more money. So it's it's not only just about creating the our experience for the customer but what we've discovered we'll talk about. Today is really take care of the employees and you get the engaged employees that employ experience. Will you know late over an influence what. The customer experiences parasailing pros. We've been around for eleven. Years was started by brigham and dickinson in brigham. I've actually presented with from stage. Thousand burgum is great We bring her boss. Of course we love. What am i going to say. Getting actually service roundtable event in sydney dag comeback was years ago. Yeah sorry definitely has changed over the years. So we have about forty five coaches that work with us and we should do training we do. What's really unique with us. Man is of course. Training training is great but we do ongoing accountability coaching though it really starts to help shift the mindset in that really affects the behavior and natural you start to see the real change takes place over time. Yup aleki certainly preaching Here because we put a lot of emphasis in episode type of years into accountability. And you know the difference between a dream and a golf betting a strategy italy's contest sophon. They'd myself over the years since since having accountability partners implies things things might quick show sorrow. Moulik decide this will be extremely well recites and you guys obviously in different locations is that is that because of the recent recent events or is that always been the case. I try to stay as far away as possible to erica. why i'm in texas. He's in utah. She's awesome but man. We actually have an autonomous company in. We don't have a brick and mortar building. We literally have coaches in denver. Florida oregon californian but i would i would definitely say the majority of our there in the beautiful state of utah while okay. So we're we hated. I touched on slave in this series of crowded. Today is the first episode of the creating amazing employee experience. Now we've done the whole customer experience in the past and some it was very well received and think in lots of current global economic situations with the off the back of the pandemic romell your experiences villanova. There's a lot of guys out there. A freaked up to the whole conversation around that staffer attention you know grinding good employees here experience deciding on just funding and i think now more than ever this sort of a situation where the the baby of talent around because for one reason or another people living that guy from the jobs and you know especially after year anyway of the years as miss this constant screen for office off. Now there's now this debate people around so they bang biking that in yourself. More appealing message is paying dividends. Sooner maybe even just now literally just before this podcast outed of Had job applications coming from adds that we're running. I just question whether or not. I don't recall having applicants coming in the fall. It's working in the fiber of the business owner to a degree. I think again. I go to make sure that you stand out against the rest. So we're gonna first step aside which we're talking about why your employees experience probably socks and nothing that would relate to most listeners Second upside we're talking about what you purpose at. In feticide we talking about what the successful companies to retain the employees are through. That you're gonna come up with those topics and you come up with original. What is that reason. So haven't employee experienced for shore is not just creating an employee experience where you have everyone coming into office. Because that's not normal anymore. You got coming into office than your get sent home against. You gotta figure out how to work from home in the now you gotta come back into the office. Now you're going to have an employee experience at home. How do you take care of your people right now. It's always been important but you definitely have to juggle all these different dynamics and one of the things that we have really seen. Is that your culture either by default or by design and it's really setting your employees up for success and even though you know contractors were not the disneyland's not the amazons the googles in t. mobile's or whatever we're not huge corporations where you hear of all these things or evil get one year off when they have their first kid from work paid like we're we can't do that kind of staff but we still have to nurture and take care of the people that we have and find ways we can help them grow and be successful regardless of the size of our company.

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Insights of Commanding a Carrier Jet Squadron with Jack Curtis

Dose of Leadership

05:09 min | Last month

Insights of Commanding a Carrier Jet Squadron with Jack Curtis

"Jack curtis here on dose of leadership. Welcome to the show my friend. Thank you very much for having me. It's pleasure this is going to be an interesting conversation. I mean it's obviously. I love having fellow prior military folks on here but now that i got a fellow gold winger on here so that's always fun but never had anybody that's been in command of a squadron on one of the things that i always regret. I gotta the ring court right at ten years. I got the airlines. But what are the an. I ten years reserves and the guard. But i always regretted not taking. I always want to know what it'd be like. Take command so this is going to be a fun conversation. I am interested from your aspect of it. I was joking when i got on the call with. You don't look old enough to take command. But i forget how my squadron commander was like in the late thirties. Fifty two now. And you're in your early forties right so you just don't look old enough to take command but i it's just me not dealing well with the age of getting older but but thanks for coming on the show man privilege beer. I've listened to your show for for a long time. Several years. And i gotta i gotta admit i'm pretty humbled to have looked at the lineup of people you've got on your show and the quality conversations you've had into now get to be a part of. Its thank you well new and i have a history to because i don't how many years ago wasn't you reached out to me. I mean in karachi. That's probably two thousand and fifteen. Or so i had just selected been selected for command was kinda starting to do a little bit of thinking about Some this bigger picture leadership stuff and i came across your podcast. And i said hey. I think i'd like to talk to this guy. And your gracious enough with your time and I remain grateful for that. Yeah and you reached out in an i. Don't remember what advice gave you. Hopefully it was. It was okay enough. Didn't get fired very go. And and then you reach that again graciously a blast from the past and you kinda update me where you're at and i appreciate you. I thought well this might be good to have you on the show because it gives an insight to leadership that i think a lot of people usually don't get the inside baseball on right and i'm curious to because it's something that i've never experienced. It's something that i always wish. I wonder how i would do. But you had a unique experience. Let just for the sake of our listeners. Your naval aviator right. You eventually started flu wing. How long have a perspective here. What year was that yes. We'll jump in the way back machine. A graduated from the university of florida in may of two thousand I immediately went up. To pensacola started flight. School you're familiar with this track You made my way through Through flight school and then ended up finishing in may of two thousand. Two's almost exactly two years of flight school which is relatively quick Yeah i had a lot of A lot of wait times like six Wait six months. then i'd start a phase. Wait six started phase so it took me a while. Yeah i was really grateful to be able to go through that quickly to i think And your instructor. If i recall correctly i mean one of the things. That's so important. When you're learning a new skill or a trade or a job or task is just repetition over and over and as you work towards those ten thousand hours right and You know being able to go through flight school. That quickly meant that. I was flying almost every day. I was in a simulator almost every day. Sometimes twice a day and You know being a middle of the bell curve kind of blue collar pilot. Like i'm in a career of repetition important so yeah long. Answer your question but i got winged in two thousand and two. Okay good yeah so that you're about eleven years ahead head me or eight years. I got winged and yeah ten years ahead of me winged in. I wanna keep doing this math. I'm like my head's about to explode anyway. I'm old you're not so that's the whole thing that it came up with so you get and you fly the ea six right. And so you're you're flying to that and eventually transition to the e. Eighteen growler super hornet and eventually took command right. And so. when did you so this is interesting. So when did is this your first command and when was this. When was your first command. Yeah so you know the navy. Does things a bit differently than Some of the other services particularly army and the marines where he will have a platoon commander for our company commander the navy Typically there are a few exceptions with some of the small ships but The navy typically reserves its first level of command at the level In the marine corps. In the army as lieutenant colonel battalion command in the navy at squadron command of a squadron commanded on the aircraft side or it could be on the ships a destroyer Nope yes this is. My perception commands I took command having been in the navy for. I think the eighteen year mark

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WNBA players celebrate Warnock's projected win over Loeffler

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

05:55 min | Last month

WNBA players celebrate Warnock's projected win over Loeffler

"Right. Before the insurrection at the capital there was two senate runoff elections that the country had their is on in one of them. The reverend raphael warnock defeated the incumbent. Appointed senator kelly leffler in georgia. Kelly leffler for about ten years has been a partial owner of the atlanta dream of the wnba. She's now the majority owner but she's been around the team for now ten or eleven years and you may have heard her own players and much of the wnba is diametrically opposed to everything that leffler stands force. It was a very interesting situation to see everything develop earlier this week. And then how it works in the team dynamic for more on that. Let's welcome and renee. Montgomery actually a guard for the atlanta dream. She joins us this morning. She's actually rejoining us this morning a second time. She's been on with this. Good morning to you so i guess the first thing i gotta ask you is being a member of the team and understanding everything. That's going on on the floor in off the floor. What's the reaction of you and your teammates to misled losing this election. So i'm just gonna speak for myself and the reaction is. It's not even just her losing. Its rafael worn off. One and i wanna make sure that the messaging stays clear because there's some things that happened on january six is trying to take away from the fact that a black man is going to send it a jewish man from georgia's going to send it and we won the presidential race so i would say for me. It's a sweep. it's a three no sleep. So the the the feeling is happy. Rene speaking of january six. What are your thoughts on everything that occurred that day. Yeah you know. It's kinda like we all felt something was gonna happen. I was worried after november. Third ominously like when when the number started tied and we could see that joe biden. Really my win this thing you know. We all started to get a little nervous even here in georgia the aquarium shutdown coach color. They all boarded up their their buildings because we were all expecting some type of reaction and not a good one so then to see what happened on january six and see the lack of policing that was there it was it was disappointing and most call a spade a spade. It was terrorism. Domestic terrorism is the term that we should use for that renee montgomery innately. Sorry thanksgiving i was going to say what is say about the platform that the wnba has like you guys like even a month before. Colin kaepernick took a knee in two thousand sixteen. The wnba pre-game conference about police brutality. You guys were black. Lives matters t shirts before it was even a thing. Guys always been the leader at the forefront say about the platform that you guys have in the work that you guys have been doing you know. I hope people start to licking because a lot of brands. A lot of sponsors. They don't see the value in in women would say 'cause you know. I think i saw a tweet. From china robinson that said of sponsorship for women athletics how chow especially now knowing the impact that a women's league not just so a player but a whole week and have i don't understand why there's no interest but i do hope that just seeing how things transpired and how everyone to see what's going on. I hope that there is some value added to women now. Renee montgomery of the atlanta dream is joining us. This morning on keyshawn jay williams zubin were presented by progressive. Insurance and rene is with us on the goodyear hotline to robinson by the way. Espn women's college basketball analyst shaina. Yes shoutout. I want to ask you this because people may not want to go back to leffler because i think this is just so fascinating with how clear she's been in how clear you guys have been She used to be for people. That aren't aware that maybe don't follow the dream on everyday basis. She used to be a constant present. at games. a practice you'd be a team functions. He was always be sitting in the front row. She was very active owner. Obviously things have changed when she went to the senate got other responsibilities. I just wonder what your relationship is with her. The team's relationship with her you know even before the senator race i would just fear before the games. We've been to her house. Where team function. But i mean any of the players know you're not usually best friends with owner in general you know you typically would talk more to your g Even when it comes to contracts and stuff so we did see her there and we would wait and she was you know. I know that she released herself. From you. know day to day duties as she became a senator but she was president and the wnba. I know probably the letter was her trying to distance herself. Thing is how she's republican and the wnba. Is you know highly majority. Lgbt in black and brown community. So i can understand why she's trying to distance ourselves but it wasn't the case beforehand. Rene we're kind of personal discussions if any at all have you had. We'll often about social justice nine. I'm you know this was a typical owner-player relationship. So you know. I never talked to my minnesota on her about social justice. And i know that this time is is different but by the time that all of these things try Started to unfold. You know it was already. She was already too far. gone by. then how do you feel now that everything is transpired and she still co owner of the team for me and this is gonna be unpopular to say but for me. I'm sure she's not the only owner. That probably feels the way she feels. And so i hope that the wnba and hope that you know even her you know i. I've already posed the question. I don't know why he would want to own a wnba team. If you have to write a letter to the commissioner opposing. Everything that that team is standing for you know. Our team is the atlanta dream. And i don't know if people know that's from martin. Luther king's dream speech. That's how we got our name so if you oppose everything that we fundamentally stand for. I don't see how you can build a relationship there. I don't know why you'd want to be there

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'Bean Dad' John Roderick apologizes, says can opener story was 'poorly told'

Slate's The Gist

06:37 min | Last month

'Bean Dad' John Roderick apologizes, says can opener story was 'poorly told'

"Which i speak from being dad we last left being dad the musician podcast john roderick. He had been hounded off the internet to do his tweet about making his eleven year. Old figure out how to open a can of beans by herself. Well not hounded bean. Dad admits he shamefully caved. He needed to face the music in an apology on his website. Being dad writes quote. Id activated my twitter. Yesterday in a panic he went on to say my story about my daughter and the can of beans was poorly told. I didn't share how much laughing we were doing how. We had a bowl of pistachios between us all day as we worked out the problem. We're that we both had a full breakfast together. A few hours before in other words he didn't levin it with some hand holding to tell people it's okay it might have seen serious. There might have been tension at the time in my conveyance and yes. Tension is a form of drama. But what. I really needed to do as a sure. The audience that a nine year old didn't have to go six hours between meals. He went on to add my friend. The story with me as the asshole dad. Because it's my comedic persona and my fans and friends know it's a bit. Well not just his friends or fans because of the screen shots. I saw just a snapshot in time but the tweets were getting a lot of love here. The first one said yesterday my daughter nine was hungry. And i was doing a jigsaw puzzle so i said over my shoulder. Make some baked beans. She said how like all kids do when they want you to do it. So i said open a can and put in the pot she brought me the cannon said open it how with a can opener is said incredulous. She brought me the can opener. And we both stared. I realized i'd never taught her to use it. Most cans now have pulled tops. I felt like a dope. What kind of apocalypse. Father doesn't teach kid how to use a manual. Can opener all right. Those are the first to post. I read and from the screenshot. I saw that second. One had ninety eight comments and one point seven thousand likes you know ratio getting ratio it online. It's it's when there are more comments than likes and supposedly this means that people are calling you out. You're getting your come up clearly. It wasn't the case with bean dad. His intended audience seem to like this story ratio. Really meeting was by the way cause some quotes questions a call for engagement. So they're going to get more comments. And some in groups will like others really horrendous tweets because looking at a lot of cunanan type tweets assailing a blameless georgia election worker. Hundreds of people like those. They were barely comment. That apartment so being dad was i rewarded for his story. As as i read it. I think he should have been there. Were delightful little grace notes quote. I told her stories about some of the great cans. I'd open to over the years. She rolled her eyes. We talked about industrial design. And what a funny little device. The opener is and the tone really gets no crueler than that. There are some tough love but also a lot of love love quote. I've been tempted many times along the way to guide her hand and wanted her to experience the magnificence of the can opener so much. I couldn't stand the suspense. Neither of us likes baked beans that much. The cupboards are bare so it seemed like a paltry reward for this work. It's a nice story. It uses twitter well. Bean dad was sale. And ken jennings got involved and the podcast. My brother and my brother and me dropped bean. Dad's music as their theme song. Right and so now being dad apologizes writing. I've conjured an abusive parent that many people recognized from real life. I am deeply sorry for having precipitated. More hurt in the world for having prolonged exacerbated by fighting back and being flippant wind confronted and for taking my twitter feed off line yesterday instead of facing the music which the parents i modeled didn't exist and which no one had to grow up with a parent who tortured them physically or emotionally would never intentionally make light of those experiences. And i'll never underestimate again. The pain i caused with some poorly chosen words and bhai acting defensively when challenged. Hey who am i to tell a person. You shouldn't be sorry for hurting someone else's feelings you should be sorry for hurting someone's feelings as a general rule and there was also some older content dredged up in the being dead deep dive some ironic racism that being dad should absolutely apologized for ironic. Anti-semitism that i say about i was put off though by the entire tone. Jose seemingly forced confession a public square rending of nature. To it in fact i hated that it needed to be done but i guess been dad. Thought it did. He wanted his career. Or at least it's twitter feedback. I object to the abject nature of it. But that's how he thinks he's going to get on with his life. I did think that this was an example where we have all heard ourselves by so demonizing the conditional apology. The if you were offended or to anyone. I may have offended. We treat that now is if so facto in sincere because often in the past that has been but now you can't even try it because it will without exception be interpreted as adding further insult to the original wrong and being dead knows. You can't do that so he didn't try to do that or else. It would have undermined all his efforts. But i say this is exactly the case where you might wish to say if my exaggerated character of the gruff dad reminded you of your actually hurtful father well to those in that camp i really am sorry about that and i think that would have been a sincere apology but it could have been a conditional apology which no longer exists. Those have been defined as non apologies. I don't wanna be overly dramatic about any of this in stating that. Huge parts of our society are now subject to the victims veto but it does seem more true than it ever has been before pendulum. Guess it needed to swing a bit. It swung quite a bit more than. I'm comfortable with than i think. Art should be comfortable with or even self expression. I mean these. Little wounded grievance sparrows huddled together alert to any sign of predators. They're not even fully birth. I think of them as hatchlings in a spotty incubator blinking on and off they must be attended to at all costs again. It is not the death knell of a once robust culture. We will survive. I can't say right now however we're thriving on

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Episode 27: A Weird, Sad, Not-so-little Club

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

06:32 min | 2 months ago

Episode 27: A Weird, Sad, Not-so-little Club

"My mom was also shot and killed answering the front door of my parents home. On friday december fifth two thousand and three. She was killed by honestly that we didn't we didn't know who it was. For almost eleven years Went unsolved for a long time and in the interim period He killed two other people and it was actually their murders and the similarities. End the ballistics that allow my mom's murder to be solved but my my younger brother and my dad discovered her. She was supposed to meet them for lunch and she didn't show up and they came back to the house and found her in the front hall. She was killed With a tiny little gun. It was North american arms. Five shot mini revolver. That's another thing. I didn't learn until just a few years ago but the killer. He liked that gun and he used it for all three Because he could fitted inside his sleep so he could knock on the door or ring the bell and have somebody answered the door and not see coming. He shot her three times. She didn't die instantly. She probably suffered Fairly considerably and for a long long time. It was unsolved. My my dad was at the time. The elected sheriff of alexandria virginia and so there was a lot of attention when i left the funeral. Six days later onto a wall of cameras cameramen jumped out of the bushes Out front of my parents home. When i went back to get the clothes that we going to bury my mom in i mean so there was an amount of glare and it was salacious and it was unsolved and my dad was the sheriff and there was all of this and it a very safe neighborhood and it was a you know white middle class neighborhood in the suburbs where you know these things quote don't happen and that actually meant that for a long time. I didn't do this work. It was too hard into weird and the questions around. My mom's murder were unpredictable and often really personal in ways. That didn't feel safe and so it was after after. My mom's killer was convicted on november. Second two thousand fifteen and that was another weird one. I mean if there's a moment if there was a moment that i'm scared her that i've ever been scared in my life. It sitting in that courtroom with my brother. My dad passed away Unfortunately before My mom's killer was identified indicted and convicted. But we've been told all along that you know it might not come. It might be a split verdict might ended up the time line might seem surmountable to the jury. You know. there's anybody left out of the cold it's going to be. you guys. Were sitting in a courtroom holding hands and workout seven. So we're not going to know whether we're going to have this. Incredibly vulnerable moment in a room filled filled to the brim with press. And all the rest of it. And and not get the relief that we're seeking or whether we were and luckily for us we We did i've never been. We're grateful to twelve people might tire life And it's one of the weird things. And i don't know if you feel this way but you know i don't know who they are. I don't know their names. I can't i mean. I am a persistent center of thank. You know the right and and they've given me this incredible gift. Probably one of the most important i've ever received except for you know my husband and two kids and i. I can't ever really thank them properly. It's a funny. It's a funny thing. But after that happened i started thinking and it took me some time. It took me time just to adjust to a different reality where i lived experience. My whole lived. Experience could come into my daily life in a way that it just wasn't practical for it to before i started thinking about well case. There's something i can. I can here. I'm a person who does things right. I know stuff And so gosh about three years ago around this time of year actually went out for a long run and i thought while heck what if i ran a marathon. I was twenty six when my mom was killed. Yes but not like not like this. Like i've gotten super weird about running away. I was not before What if i ran a marathon for my mom and i went home and looked on the internet and it turned out that they were the d. c. rock and roll. Marathon was on my mom's seventieth birthday. I was turning forty about six weeks later and i thought well this is a sign like i should do this and so so i decided to do that and i thought well that doesn't feel that's great. That doesn't feel like enough. What can i do with that And my parents were they were. I've checked the records. They were brady. Donors they were supporters And i'm i know i can take a look But it seemed like an opportunity to do some good and also to share my voice in my own way did some blogging In the ramp up to raise money for brady for that marathon and i raised about thirty thousand bucks. That was not quite three years ago. Which as it was great it was an is wonderful really for anybody listening and really really willing to it but it was this really interesting gift of just having a different relationship to the story being able to tell my own story to talk about what how the loss fit in my life more largely what i've learned from it what i just how i carry it. How it what shape it takes. How that changes and and to have that be supported and really validated by so many people people. I knew people that just heard about it from somebody else or on the tv or the newspaper or whatever which is really gratifying and it was a different kind of attention it was and that felt really good then it just sort of kind of naturally took its course did a little bit of stuff around the edges with brady and then i know how to do this work. I'm doing now which is fundraising guys And and nonprofit management stuff probably more generally but it just happened that there was a role here that made sense for who i am as a professional

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Episode 33: Giving Gun Owners Their Seat at the Table

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

04:11 min | 2 months ago

Episode 33: Giving Gun Owners Their Seat at the Table

"And i was curious that when you heard that a gun. Violence prevention organization wanted you to come on air for a podcast. What was your first thought. I was worried that by the time the podcast was over That would be the end of the affiliation with brady as they don't say anything that they find to objectionable Was the first thought that went through. The second thought was if it's if it's helpful to put my voice into this conversation than a more than willing to do that and i. I am super excited that you're here for this because something that i always like to think about in this conversation is the fact that you there are three hundred ninety three million guns out there in this country that people own people like you and me own these on these guns and there are policies practices procedures that we all talk about wanting to advocate for your we can pass all of the great laws we can. We can strengthen the policies around getting a gun but if we're not bringing voices into the conversation they're still going to be three hundred ninety three million guns out there with people who don't want to be part don't feel like they're part of it don't feel heard in the conversation and so expanding this table of who's about gun. Violence prevention is super important for me to do so. I'm i'm super glad that you're here and would would like to hear from you a little bit about your what. What brought you to the point of being willing to share your voice in this conversation because it. It's not always easy. sure. I think it's kind of for me. The intersection of of three disparate. Things coming together So one. I'm a dad. I have a nine year old kid. Who's amazing and fantastic. I grew up hunting and shooting Recreationally it's always been something that we did for fun And i've got a nine year old daughter who's a vegetarian. Living in manhattan whose regularly scolding her father for all sorts of different sends. But and trying to figure out how to make a a safer world for for a kid There's something about waking up and talking in your kid at night and seeing going. Wow i this is the scary when she comes home and talks about the the shooter drills that they do at school When you hear the pop pop sound at night and you know what it is because you should guns and it's not a car backfire. So that's that's part of it coming to it as a father in trying to come to terms with beliefs that i may have once held that no longer seem as relevant when you're looking at innocent nine year old kid part of it second part i said in the introduction. I'm a public school principal. Some actually the one running the shooter drills. I'm the one trying to figure out what happens if somebody comes into our school with a gun you know. How many people are we gonna lose. Who get shot. I how we lock down classrooms. How do we hide kids. How do we go through this whole process. It's become such a normalized experience for my students in. That should give everybody pause. When you're trying to figure out how to hide a eleven year old from a potential shooting and when we sat down and start looking at it and trying to figure out that actually seems more likely than a fire at this point we grew up doing fire drills and now the fact that somebody coming in intentionally to shoot up a school seems i don't know the stats on it But it seems like at least in my mind. A more likely scenario where i work. That's i mean. It's the intersection of those places. That really brought me in thinking and then the last part was a a frustration. I actually met somebody who's in the brady foundation. My buddy of mine who's a principal of another public school up in new york and he was talking about it. And i i kind of was snarky and i said oh another organization that doesn't know anything about guns making you know gun policy regulations and he said what i said. When was the last time you shotgun. He he said. I shot one. I think once. I was in boy scout camp And i said. I don't i said i've watched laws. Roll out again and again where they make a particular feature illegal and the gun manufacturers seems to take them about eight months while they scratched their heads collectively and go. Oh so we'll do this instead and just to to hear to be frustrated about it. Go well if you're going to make a law. Let's make sure it's one that actually has a serious impact on what we're seeing instead of dabbling around the edges. So he said okay. Potshot you think you know so much and then drag me to brady foundation which i thought was going to be a one off But here i am we gotcha.

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Hackers Break Into the US Treasury, Nuclear Agency, Microsoft, and 18,000 Companies

Rusted Culture Podcast

03:11 min | 2 months ago

Hackers Break Into the US Treasury, Nuclear Agency, Microsoft, and 18,000 Companies

"Out this afternoon that in the solar winds hack of their orion product and orion is basically a network tool that has access to servers and systems on a particular network. It's essentially network tool but in that hack that we we've learned about just this week where russian intelligence service has hacked the solar winds core code which solar winds then pushed out to their customers as an update between march and june. We found out today. That the hackers were able to access systems at the national nuclear security administration. And that's according to an article from pulisic. Oh so this network tool that. Solar winds created the upgrade server was hacked by russian intelligence services in such a way that the code that they then pushed out to all of their customers included the the hacked code from the russian intelligence services. And we're just discovering the extent of the hack but they'd think according to the political article that the heck was limited to just the business networks at this point they think but here was frank figliuzzi on msnbc. This afternoon in frank is a former f. b. i. assistant director for counterintelligence and have a listen to what he said. They've had four years of free license to do pretty much what they wish there. They're doing some last minute shopping so to speak before a new president takes over and they're getting done what they need to do. But it's a there's another level here. Which is this chaos and discord. They need to. We need to understand that. This is going to continue. This is the new warfare. And you know as as donna has said this is again kind of a post nine. Eleven response to this. Is the question. The organizational structure of our government's ability to respond to this right. After nine eleven year recall. We created a deny. We embedded cia and fbi together under one roof and a counterterrorism center. We created the department of homeland security. It's time now to question whether or not our government is properly positioned to deal with the new warfare. The new threat. So that's a nice way of putting it. He says the russians are doing some last minute window shopping and what he means is they're doing some last minute trump administration window shopping and folks whether we like it or not to protect our national security. We're going to have to have more oversight into the private companies that create things like these tools like the orion product. We're going to have to have more oversight and we're gonna have to ensure that best practices are followed software. Updates are applied securing code and and certifying code either on a real time or near time basis that the code that we deem critical that we're running on our critical machines that were important for national security. The united states that the code that we're running is indeed the code that we should have in. It hasn't been hacked. It hasn't been changed in any way there needs to be a check so that the code. That's running is verified on a real time or near time basis. So right now what happens

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How to build a lasting brand with Kevin O'Leary

The GaryVee Audio Experience

05:18 min | 2 months ago

How to build a lasting brand with Kevin O'Leary

"Obviously because the dragons den and then shark tank your personal brand. How would you the human. Because you're talking obviously as you can imagine listening first minutes of this conversation. I've been spending the last eleven years building communications death star to do everything you just talked about. Because i basically believed that the internet was going to squeeze the middle everything was going to be direct to consumer whether or not so t e commerce and that the ability the storytelling run. The arbitrage distributions was actually the game. So i like those chess moves of how they played out to me. I'm curious because i'm sure a lot of people. Were watching your curious right now. What you yourself within social media have you in these nine months. 'cause i'm sure you've been busy helping mentor. I'm sure you are constantly on calls with entrepreneurs fifty plus businesses. But what about you and your own personal brand. Have you picked up a platform. Have you started us. Lincoln from a content standpoint. Have you downloaded tiktok. You the man you the shark you. Where do you sip personally right now with with social or content creation whether i party because he grabbed the phone and do it or whether you live a little bit of the game i play. I've iraq ironically cedar for the first time in seven months. Have somebody producing for you. The personal brand. What's the production around that anything you know. Gary you are the role model for guys like me. You got it right. You guessed it right. The middle did get squeezed out. No question and i really got involved in social by two. And a half years ago. I hired a team of producers editors and storytellers to work within my own production company. Larry productions and what i learned. This is the paramount. Maybe maybe i'll give you credit for this because certainly watching you. You cannot bullshit people. You can't lie to them. You have to be totally transparent whether that's good bad or ugly. You gotta tell the truth. That is what a personal brand is built. Talk the minute. It's almost like the analogy are used. I teach this stuff. Now here in boston i do. I used to do lectures in person. But now i do them. Virtually at harvard and mit and temple and notre dame and talk about this stuff primarily graduating course of business students and engineers about entrepreneurship. It's like dating. You know when you fall in love and you meet somebody. And you're just empowered by that magic moment and i draw this analogy all the time. You just so wonderful and everybody should fall in love with whoever it's going to be. But then as time passes things change and maybe a year or two later. You're thinking about cheating okay. And you do now. You have a decision to make after you've done that you tell the truth to your significant other or do keep it a secret. And here's why i bring it up for business you're going to get caught one hundred percent of the time when you cheat you're gonna get caught because you didn't tell the truth. Your significant significant other can never look at you the same again. You've lost fifty percent of the equity in that relationship forever. it may not break up. You may go on but it will never the same business. The first time you get your customers your constituencies your shareholders. You lose fifty percent of the equity forever to tell the truth and take the hit and the ownership and transparency and intent around the. I'm sorry the that's such. That's absolutely right everything out of your mouth comma. There's also the half pregnant. Sorry and there's the real sorry and i think corporations the standards in which people want from companies is completely completely impossible for most companies. They may be good at the environment but they're bad at wages they like companies are are a convoluted animal. Just like people and this thought that you don't understand how to say sorry when you're trying to fix something people would rather dance. Look over there a bird instead of owning it and to your point in that lack of apology creates more damage. sometimes than even the event itself. Yes that's exactly. And i tell all my ceo's now look do not lie to the customers. Don't lie to your employees. don't lie to me. don't lie to anybody your shareholders. Even take the pain. Take the hit. Admit the mistake you made and you will build a relationship with customers. What we're learning online is if you have a direct relationship with the customer and you're honest with them and you tell them. Hey the protestant to be delayed or sore. You got a bad product will replace. It will give your money back. Whatever it is that communication ends up being very very valuable over time. Those customers stay loyal. We've learned that one hundred fold in our companies now and now in across the portfolio where now at forty eight percent directive revenue to customer. That's magic gary. That's frigging magic that because that's one hundred percent gross margin business. One of the we run out of time. We're gonna move on. We really appreciate your time but one of the fun topics in the chess game of what you're talking about is channel conflict for the people that still rely on a lot of business from retail as retails watching them go around them and that is going to be interesting battles of the next decade in business. Let's talk about that next time. I thank you so much kevin by

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Bills beat Broncos 48-19 for first AFC East crown since 1995

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Bills beat Broncos 48-19 for first AFC East crown since 1995

"Josh Allen is led the bills to their first AFC east title in a quarter century it's great that we're able to do it the first time in twenty five years you know to to beat a team to be the quarterback in the does it actually feels really good Allen threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more as the bills hammered the Broncos forty eight nineteen in Denver the eleven and three bills scored twice in the seventeen second span of the third quarter the ice their fourth straight victory that officially ends the patriots eleven year reign atop the division Allen threw for three hundred fifty nine yards hitting Stephan digs eleven times for one hundred forty seven yards before a foot injury in the fourth quarter Cole Beasley had eight receptions for one hundred twelve yards I'm Dave very

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Midnight Moment - The NFL - burst 1

The Midnight Patriots

57:00 min | 5 months ago

Midnight Moment - The NFL - burst 1

"Patriots Pau Spartan here from the Midnight Patriots. So, one of the. Feel about anchored now. When we started this insanity, we always tell people. The reason we do this is because insomnia sucks almost as bad as tyranny. We would have these conversations between ourselves the group chats. Throws and things like that. We thought, hey man, you know we should just record a podcast, but the more we looked the more expensive became. Get Cross anger. Anger gives you all the tools you need to do this to make your voice heard and get your voice out there. You have an opinion you gotta use anchor everything from recording to editing to distribution that you'd be all the tools that you need. To allow you to record your podcast right for your phone or your computer. Anchor covers distribution by getting on Apple. spotify and many many others. I mean how you can make money right from your own podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need in one spot in one place simple at effect. So get yourself anchor make voice her. Midnight Patriot, nation welcome to NFL. Mid Nitrates it is you boy spartan here with the the ever ever pot and flaming premix A good to have you as D to ultra. Sports nerds. In specifically football cards. On the end on the. Patriot staff. Phoenix tonight decided that we were actually GonNa do kind of a deep dive into what is pissing us off most about NFL and. Most pro sports in general to be quite honest. But we're GONNA focus on the NFL in this particular case because. Both Phoenix, myself have. A long history of both fandom and and. Playing Sports, we have a unique appreciation of what it takes. More it doesn't and how it is devolved into the into this shit show that it is. Just, we're just GONNA go from there. So Phoenix you had you had some thoughts that you wanted to start with go ahead. Well specifically. I I have a major gripe with the NFL in general. Being more politicized. And the. Let's End Racism. Okay, I get my left. Black lives matter. No sorry. They do and I agree with the message just not the manor which is being delivered. We've said that before on the organization go ahead. Exactly. All of a sudden you know we have a organization. That's Through much. Yup You can't do this. You know we have this. AFOREMENTIONED SCAMMED EMMA GOING ON. You can't do this. You can't do this. Well Yeah you can't. Okay. And then we have the social unrest of the nation being thrown into. A sporting. Venues. that. For All intents purposes let's call it. What is it's an escape. It allows us the viewer. Fan. That three four hours. Sunday evening Monday night whatever that. It gives us that escape from eager live love get up go to work and deal with people you come home you deal with cranky wife and kids don't listen dog that Shit's in your shoes. You've taken that away. And now have made it. Well we got to get on board with this. Well, we're relevant to. We're a large. Organization we goner? A multitude of platforms. That we have viewership. There any given? Day that we have competition So now we're going to. Paint messages in the end. We're going to have. Athletes will we're going to kneel to show solidarity. I got a huge problem with that and for our listeners I'm sure you have your own platforms as well. The American flag comes I stand for Gore country you back your country everything else second berry period. That's my thought on that. That's the way it is. Unfortunately when. The NFL NBA MLB hockey underwater basket weaving has become politicized in what we have to show solidarity with this. I have a question. Are you showing solidarity four? Message. Or are you As the NFL did let's put. The name of a known fell one on a helmet. Let's. Let's praise this guy because shot back when a an. Amplifier point in accused rapists. Is someone with a warning active warrants? For Rape Yes. So here in my eternal gripe with this, that will probably go down in flames just like the rest of them. Why are we? In fact. Standing behind. Someone. WHO BREAKS THE LAW? WHO does walk. Yes. They didn't listen. They got shot in the back whatever. House we say. Extenuating circumstances came to be that this ended up how that was. We have to stand behind this person as a form of. Instead of. Waiting, for all the facts that come out be proven beyond a shadow of a doubt. And then move forward from there. Well. That's the real question. Isn't it is is you know? All we've seen is what has been allowed to be released. Okay I mean look I think in his thing I agree with everything you just said save one thing. Okay. I don't think demand deserve to be shot seven times point blank in the back now. Having said that. He has an active warrant for his arrest, what he should not have done to prevent that whole situation was to surrender. Get handcuffed and be taken into to engage whatever process there is. Okay, you don't fight cops in the street if you do. You mess with the bull, you get the horns. Okay. He's admitted he was armed. He's admitted he was going for a different arm- armament. Okay. And what do we expect the COPS to die? I don't think so you know I'm. In the eyes of them, that's probably what they're saying. Well. Preserved by life fuck yours. Well exactly. The COP Exactly and and my my attitude would be y is either one wrong as far as you know, one one has a duty to behave professionally the other has a duty to follow the law. Or face the consequences you know it would have saved him from getting shot in the back if he had stopped if he turned around if he'd Toronto. Surrendered Okay Understand that I understand the Warren has has since been vacated, but that's beside the point. When a COP's his I warrant for your arrest I mean you're supposed to do is say what am I being arrested for? Okay I'll go peacefully ears might whereas my lawyer yeah. Instead, of no fuck you fight you tooth and nail, and if get away up the war still there, but you don't have me. Right. Exactly. Exactly and you know I got I got I got a I. got a interject because you know. My personal opinion is if you probably agree Is this. Cancer of case. started. It may have it may have had other sources. Okay. But its primary. Protagonist, in growth factor was Colin. Kaepernick a few years ago and I don't say that in a flattering manner. Okay. I've said it before the my opinion that Colin Kaepernick is the biggest fraud on the planet as pertains to the NFL. At least Ryan leaves when he signed what Leash Langley, when he signed, he knew he was shit approved the wish she had any faded off politely into the sunset because he saw a gay. young just tell the story as I. Recall it and you you you feel free to chime in when you. When when you when you if I'm off base okay. A lot of people don't remember this but you and I as King's football and many things in life have a have a memory quite a bit longer than than your average goldfish. Okay? I remember watching the first incidents of Cabernet court on code kneeling and he wasn't fucking Neil. He had just had an argument with his with with the head coach and I don't think it was Kelly. It may have been horrible. But he had the yard, the head, the argument with Joe it was horrible wasn't horrible yet. So out of you probably saw the clip to you can't find it now because it's Youtube everywhere else. He had he had A. Verbal altercation with Harbhajan and I can only assume in what we were told. You know later was that harbaugh. told him. No you're not starting a colon Cabernet got very unprofessional and like the diva quarterback that he is. Turn Turnhill stomped over to the bench slammed his helmet down in plop disaster down on the bench now by sheer and toll coincidence. Anthem had just started. The anthem it just started when that HAP-. ACI. I know you remember this is I think you and I talked about this at the time that it happened because we were mocking him because when I weren't weren't quarterbacks when we played the game and we know what divas they are even princesses, they are this. If you remember and I know you do espn headlines a couple of days. Later words were that Colin Kaepernick was going to be fine. Substantially for multiple instances of unprofessional conduct conduct deleterious to the team. Leading up to the altercation with harbaugh that happened where he plops his ass on the bench you remember that ideas that. Dakhla and it was it was post practice I. Believe I want a That later that week that a reporter asked him. About the state of the fines and Based on his lip based on. Let's just call it what it was temper Tantrum. Okay. And that's when Cabernet sold all this bullshit about he was doing it in protest etcetera etcetera and he played the race card, which we all know the press eats up hook line and sinker and never ever questioned. Ever On. Me It came across and partner Jackie No, you're good. The the instance of which we are discussing out my first thought on that was yes it's a temper tantrum and I'm about to be busted for having a temper tantrum. So allow me to make up some juicy. To Garner more attention to the fact that. This is happening to be Gimme Gimme. GimMe and I lost my starting spot. Well, that's the that's the point I'm making. He played the race card to avoid fight. For on professional conduct and he was he was outright given a past. I don't think he ever actually even actually got find something that was overlooked too is that is that nick is not a person of color is really not us he is a multi-racial okay and part of that find that he was going to get for unprofessional conduct was calling somebody else on the field the N. Word back can't say here because quite frankly it's feds even and number two I don't WanNa get show you monetize but that said that was part of that that was part of the fine to be levied. The fine was vacated. Okay. Because he was successful, you successfully played the race card and got out. Okay and this whole shift started this snowball at that point. as we as we all know you know he was he was basically the the the face man for chip. Kelly's offense that you know while short term short term effective was absolutely not sustainable. Okay. We all know that. And you combine that with the fact that the guy had. Just over just under a shooting just over sixty percent for completion rate. Even in that offense at his best day, he was a mediocre quarterback surrounded by a bunch of very talented people. Okay. So now it has become the fact that you know this whole narrative has has escalated by people that that know nothing about the actual game because. Football is simple. It's not easy, but it's simple. Is. The ultimate meritocracy. Okay talent hard work equals success. Okay there's a lot of guys. We can probably point him out on the field you and I. There's a lot of guys that that. That just simply outworked their competition to get where they are I'll give you. I'll give you one prime example and right now they call him the goat Tom. De. Tom. Brady was drafted was I can remember he was drafted. He was I. Don't think he was Mr irrelevant. But he was real close. He was the very bottom. Yes. Six he was very close to the very end of end of the draft in and he is he outworked is is competition. Now granted drew bledsoe. If people can remember back set for was not a very good quarterback anyways. He was only borderline better than Ryan Leaf and he went down Tom Brady took over in the rest as they say district but. No? One ever questioned, Tom? Brady's work ethic in those dynasty years in in in New England. Okay. Because he outworked he, he worked his ass off. Yes he was talented. Yes. He's physically gifted but that plus hardwork dedication to his craft turned into in the in the the hardware for the hand so to speak. and. anyways back to my point about Cabernet. All, these people talking about how Catherine doesn't have a job because he's bad for business or half rights, they're only half rice. Now I posted this to the page I know you read you probably it is I. Think I read this week we went to this is from ESPN DOT COM itself. Okay. ESPN DOT. com. The actual date this was published as March twentieth two, thousand seventeen. By their staff writer Kevin Seaford. and. I am just going to read it. I'm. GonNa. I'M GONNA. Try to read the whole thing. I'm trying Doug only try to read the parts that are relevant. But those those listening. If you go to our face, a bitch facebook dot com slash midnight patriots. You'll be able to find this article and we shared it the title of it is calling Kabir Knicks based problem performance. Politics. Day It starts off real simple. So Don't over think why Colin Kaepernick is still a free age simply put years have passed since he was ineffective quarterback he's twenty nine years old has succeeded in an unsustainable scheme as part of a well populated group of former starters who also remain available at as this week began now getting that was march twenty, twenty, seventeen. So they were in free agents. Okay. Let's. Let's move on here. It's blamed Colin Kaepernick's unemployment on his protest is to misread the way NFL teams make personnel decisions. that. I don't think there's any more true statement on Earth. Do you I? MEAN THAT'S Yeah. So it goes on protests where does say at any type of business that if you have lackluster performance, did you are guaranteed two hundred million dollar job? Number One and two I was GONNA say there have been divas troublemakers in the NFL before? Okay and Kim's and? Lewis Terrell on. You know. List goes on and on. And let's not forget the NFL is the lead cut an outright banned ray rice running back from the Ravens for domestic violence. Okay. Before he was convicted. Suspended A. Peterson for disciplining his child. Yeah for banking hit saw. Yeah. Okay for spanking his own child. Okay. So now they put criminals names on their helmet. so by but I digress I digress let's get back to the article. Just to just to go just to go. Teams are swayed I by players potential or lack thereof to help them win protest or not kapernick would be under contract. Now, if he had demonstrable if he had played demonstrably better in recent years. Let's look closer at where capper nick is as a quarterback and why that has left him sitting in a group that also includes fellow free agents, Jay Cutler Josh mccown Ryan Fitzpatrick and Robert Griffin the third. Again keep in mind. This is from shelvin teachings of this is three years ago. Okay. But. It goes on to some of the reason I liked this 'cause this is based on facts not just you know a bunch of race baiting bullshit. Kapernick grid NFL success came as part of the San Francisco Forty niners read Options Skiing Twenty, twelve to twenty four. In those three years, he rushed for Fifteen, hundred, seventy, eight yards which okay. I will give credit that impressive gudgeon impressive number. For. More than any other quarterback with the exception of Rush Russell Wilson Cam Newton so let's just call it what it is. He was third rushing quarterback against. It breath. Okay. I will not fall the net. His. Success. He threw more than twice as many touchdown passes interceptions helped him compile eighth best time quarterback rating in the NFL seventy point to over that period. But even then capper nick was one of the lease most. Least Accurate quarterbacks is sixty point one completion percentage ranked twenty third in the NFL and has percentage of off target throws judged on video by espn stats and information ranked eighteen. So. Based on just the stats alone he was a middle of the pack quarterback middle of the pack. Does that mean that he's better than half the other guys absolutely does that mean that that you know the drama he brings? Outweighs his skills is still setting the money in the monetary investment probably. Okay I agree or disagree just on that statement there. I would agree that yeah, he's a middle of the road quarterback. He had some skill. At. That position. That offense. You're right. Would it work somewhere else probably not but that's Changing teams, you learned their offensive scheme you learn what they do best blend yourself into that and you become part of the team not a one man show. that. I, mean you'd have to agree that most had coaches that have half a brain would go sixty, four, sixty point one completion percentage. even if you're even if you're going to do A. A bootleg offense even if you're going to do a boot offense. Play I can. Still going to have to be better than sixty point one. Periods I mean just entered discussion. Quarter, you're talking college level quarterback. Even if you're on a naked, do either one side, you're still depending on receivers tied ends backs to be open at some point that you can actually say, Hey, he's opened easel bewitched of the two weevils need a cheese her who exactly exactly union able to identify and hit those targets or at least give your guys in a position to succeed you know. I'd like to. Bring to Light I. Not Very long after capital started his quest masqueraded by some of justice whatever you WANNA call it only because he got in my mind and correct me if I'm wrong, he got busted out period. That's just the way it is you through Tantrum he got his ass busted will now I gotta cover with this to cover that with this, and then all of a sudden we have one big lie that snowball into the entire solstice thing that's going on currently. You're. Going to look they had to go. He ended up in Washington. In front of US rest. Explaining his side of everything that goes on great. Denver Broncos of whom I am a fan. I it. Does not get into that because. Pirate about that right. That's ultimate digression. Go ahead, John. elway. It had in fact offer Catholic before your contract. said. Hey. COMPLA-. Can come down because it wasn't enough money. Wait a minute. Let's look at your stats a sixty sixty point something or other completion percentage. Yes. You had fifteen hundred yards rushing, which as we've discussed is pretty phenomenal quarterback save. Russell. Cam. Newton. Maybe rg three hundred healthy. That's stretching it buttle throw it in there. Anyway. I. Really. Wanted to see if capital could be plugged into that offense and sell. Well, that's the that's the real trick. Isn't it? I mean? End and let's be clear. He turned it down because the salary was too low, not the money. Or maybe remember correctly, he turned it down because John elway wanted to load the one at the loaded up with incentives and say, okay, you exceed this mark you get ex you this you get what we go to the playoffs and when you get Z. Experience Cetera so wasn't of excellent. Yeah. But exactly to perform at your very best as cut your in the NFL, they don't take ship nothing while the that's when the NFL stands for not for lofts. That and let's be honest. It was not only. Did he had he had to meet performance criteria he had to me behavior criteria, EXAC? elway and the broncos weren't going to stand for this s J. W. S. J. W. Crap. That he's pulling. So let's go back to the article real quick. It'll it'll. It'll really start driving the point home. Okay. So I believe he started kneeling rating was two fifteen. So. Article Goes On. The issues that we were just talking about the increasing. Or decreasing completion percentage decreasing accuracy except sets. Those issues intensified in Twenty fifteen and twenty sixteen amid forty nine ers. Coaching turmoil in talent drain since the start of the twenty fifth season Kapernick ranks get this. Last in the NFL thirty five all five passers in off target percentage is off target twenty, two point six percent of the time which when she is the least accurate quarterback in the. League. As of the twenty. Fifteen. It goes on. Is Complete. Complete is completion percentage ranks number thirty, two at fifty, nine point one. He was still one of the NFL's most productive Shink quarterbacks, ranking number four total yardage over all those years but it didn't mitigate his passing deterioration and this is in my mind. This is the absolute most important line in the yard or ear and an adult. There is no more important attribute for quarterback accuracy especially for a free agent who is shopping himself teams with various schemes. In, the long term a quarterbacks running ability is considered a complimentary skill and one that is story. Fade with age or because of injuries, scrambling ability and arms drank are secondary to whether you can hit the target. That analysis backed up by numbers essentially wreck stay shit out of this current narrative will Cohen Governor never draw. Back. Dinners. Any beds no sorry. Have a fucking job because he sucks. Sex At what he does also, there's a theory going around the going around that it was right about twenty, nine, hundred he met his I don't know if she's still has girlfriend whatever evidently these ideas about radical justice one I'd ever definitely his girlfriend is, is some sort of radical s j w as well, and he was too stupid to either a lever to the side or be not listen door and just agree to disagree on stuff but then again. Go ahead exactly what it is. Power Pussy with exactly exactly and you quite frankly I can't fault them for that because you know that's ninety percent of marriages happen. We'll just we'll just leave at this point. Is that right there? That's You were saying regarding his ability to suck. But it started then I mean he the guy the guy got lazy. He got loud. Through the race card to cover his shit then he couldn't back up his mouth with performance. You know do you your ears? Rocco's fat okay. Let's talk about just a second. Let's talk about Shannon Sharpe just for ten seconds or for a few seconds. Okay. Shannon Sharpe. Is An arrogant prick agree or disagree now When I hang on, hang on that said. Shannon Sharpe liked to run his mouth about a lot of stuff at a lot of different times also true. Yes. Yes. Shannon Sharpe never failed toback his mouth up with his physical actions on field. Also. True. Unless I'm Clinton mistake, it have you seen the. I know he's A. He's a beast. His and by that, I, mean his physique and his skill level we're just unprecedented but you know I do I think running your mouth there's unprofessional Mind that you buy then back it up on the field nut so much. I mean. Go ahead. If I if I remember correctly now, remember this because there is significant events happened in my life sixteen nineteen. broncos are in the midst of the run to Super Bowl thirty two. Tonight game. In Kansas City in Kansas. City. I can remember. Watching a few days later because of recovering from surgery on. Shannon. Sharpe was literally being drug halfway across the field for most of the game by his helmet because he was talking some serious Shit Oh. Yeah. I. Remember Correctly Dr Thomas. If. If I get an incorrect Thomas Yeah. So. So pissed off the guy, he knocking, Kane insane composure in his professionalism in the game. You got what? I think. Say He lit it up. He was like Yeah. That's ten to twelve for. The Gargantuan One, twenty, one, twenty, six, and what two touchdowns. Yeah he was a month. So. All of a sudden sanders our. Love the Guy I've actually met him. Helvin individual. Love Tall. But he can copious amounts of Shit Oh. Yeah. Oh yeah that that man can back his mouth up. Oh Yeah. We have an and. He. End Let's let's break that down from an NFL perspective. So I'm a personnel manager. Okay and I have Shannon Sharpe as a free agent. His name comes across the wire I go holy Fuck Ball sharps available, and I already know that a he's allowed mouth be he likes to talk shit and sees extremely opinionated man but D-. The Guy Backs should have on the field I picked up the phone. I pick up the phone and say Hello Mr Shannon. Trump's lawyer her agent. This is me at the I would like to pay your your plant, a lot of money obscene amount of money to come help us when football game sets. Ended up with the. Exactly for whatever he was with the Ravens what three years. Say but he wanted them for four super bowl with their to. The argument that Colin Kaepernick doesn't have a job because Hashtag grace is complete an utter bullshit. Bullshit and the the fact that Roger Goodell has bought into this Shit Hook Line and sinker is even worse. Okay. You would think that that to be the commissioner of of a National League or National Professional Sports League that race in what eight to ten billion dollars. A year in gross revenue. You have. You'd have to have an IQ above your shoe size. Goodell even that these people that that they're they're professing to support. Social Justice. Wise. He realized that the vast majority of them do not watch the Games couldn't tell you five players in the league and doesn't even know couldn't name five teams lot I mean. She probably I mean. Look at some of the fan base. Did Not tell you the difference three, four, three defense. Yeah don't try to get him to describe the Tampa to. Exactly or various offensive formation. You're the simultaneous simultaneous possession roll which you and I can quote by heart understand completely. Exactly. Our guys we've got another segment coming up right after this brief break. Stay tuned. Midnight Patriot nations spartan with a shameless plug for our new gear shop shop. Dot. MIDNIGHT PATRIOTS DOT COM. T shirts, hats, hoodies, mugs, phone cases, and just about everything else in between we got you covered whether you're looking to embrace your insomnia, show your patriotism or make a liberals headaches blowed. Really, Shop Dot Midnight Patriots, Dot Com, and now back to the show. You know that's that said. I made a prediction in in midnight moment the last night moment and I want to run around wanted to run that by. Not. Only understand that the business portion of the of the game, but also the game itself. So this is going to the business portion now. One. Of the things that you and I both know is that owners very rarely. SAY WHAT THEY THINK Or say or reveal their plans in advance. Okay. I've noticed that the owners have remained. Suspiciously quiet. About the social justice campaign that's currently going on I do disagree with that. I mean like I said, I think Jerry Jones is really the only one that's actually made any sort of statement and it wasn't a very long. I ever Jones ever quiet. What that's that's my point. And say instead of instead of. Me thinks he protests too much. Me think she says nothing for more sinister Okay so I wanted to run this by this is my theory. Okay. Now we've confirmed the the the Monday night compal atrocity from last night. US. Or Susani from two nights ago that. We've confirmed that the viewership was down approximately twenty nine percent. Across the board in that double header. So if we take the two games Monday and the overall ratings of of being down for Sunday you're talking an average of of a twenty percent downer. It's one fifth of the audience of the television audience told the NFL the PISS off. Okay. Considering the the significant financial investment ESPN has for for the right. To. Monday night football. Let's just let's just call that loss unsustainable. Okay. So I am going to ask you to engage your owner brain for just a minute. Okay. So We're GONNA fast forward to the week after the Super Bowl's okay where things are notably notably quite Rosalie quiet. The coaching carousel began and things like that since. Day. Except that, there's going to be a rumor. Going to be a rumor. That the NFL that the owners are considering locking out the players because they want to renegotiate the contracts. And this will come as a surprise to dumb asses in the AT ESPN released. They're going to feign surprise. Okay. And we're going to start hearing things like while the coaches are not gonNa make anymore are putting hiring decisions are the owners are going to. Put a hiring decisions on pause for just We're going to review a few things and Blah Blah Blah. While then we're going to get to Russia's started free agency. And we'RE GONNA. Find out and it's probably going to be one of the one of the What's The guy's name? Remember his name. One of the reporters Schefter Adam schefter because he always breaks up he's. Probably. GonNa be schefter becomes. We have confirmed reports, the owners who are going to lock out the players affected nine am tomorrow or whatever. Okay. Now what's going to end up happening is this. The overall I would say, the overall revenue is going to decline somewhere in the area of twenty percent across the before the Lee across the. Across the season. Okay. Now again does just a prediction it might be higher. I hope it's higher until they stop dish this personally but. This is what's going to happen. You're going to get a massive ratings ratings cut. Even in the Super Bowl. Which means revenue is going to be down roughly thirty percents. Okay. What they're gonNA say is this is an unprecedented drop in revenue and the the losses are unsustainable. They're going to have to renegotiate the contracts. The players are GONNA have to take less money and this time the the ownership is going to be able to show concrete. The because of the drop in television revenue in Jersey sales and everything else. That they're going to have to renegotiate the contract. They're going to vote on removing Goodell as the commission. You're actually they're gonNA, they're gonNA end up forcing him out but the way it's GonNa play out this players are to get locked out. There's going to be a review of the deal of the of the current Labor Labor Agreement. The new agreement is GONNA. Have a significantly lower. Revenue Pool total that that the players are going to get. And they're going to have conduct they're going to have enhanced conduct policy which include the jewel stand for the national anthem. You will not hiding locker room for it. And you're going to we're going to not endorse anyone as far as any sort of political failure, your ideology on the field, and if you do not only will your contract be terminated but you'll be you'll be on the breadline by your suspended for a year. Now maybe the suspended for year won't come to pass but. Engage your own our brain for just a second and then look at the strike years that came up and you tell me how how how. Or how far I'll fight on that. Will. Allow me to. Dive into this plan I mean. Here we go. I am an owner of a NFL team. Meaning I have had to. Put Out. Let's use an arbitrary figure five hundred million dollars cash right upfront. Chooses five hundred. Half a billion. Cool. I'm. Glad. Yeah. Five hundred million dollars up front in order to gain my team have somewhere to play. The voted on passed and approved by the NFL. As either an expansion team whatever then. To, Cherry pick the other teams around here so I can build my team. In hopes that a I get a return on investment. That said if I'm going to dump five, hundred, million dollars out. A team equipment place play contracts that are stretched for X. number of years. This mice guaranteed this much at a signing bonus this much. Not. including the money paid to the team from the NFL for reaching a wildcard round, a divisional round championship round, and ultimately the Super Bowl. There are incentives paid to the teams by the NFL for attaining postseason plum. Yeah So that said with everything that goes on here. Currently we're martyring. Convicted felons we are. Using the NFL. As a soapbox. As an owner. would. Say? Okay. I can understand. The Point I understand where you're coming from I understand yes. Shit doesn't like this doesn't need to happen. It does there's nothing I can physically do about it personally except point out to you that you're not them. You are a multimillionaire more working your way to that point because of your talent, your skill and your ability play the game price. You as a athlete. well-fed well trained. Best shape, your ever loving life you have a house bigger than anything you've ever grew up in, you've got cars for days all these other things but. You need to remember that you are entertainer You're not a politician. So, that said. When to go into your point? After the Super Bowl. Until they actually have one right. That two weeks later, when everything's died down in the in the winter sprayed is over and losers or duck griping and the coaches players have made their way to their respective all. Wherever. That may be they're probably their private castles. Yes don't don't live in a castle guarded by you know dogs bigger than. Most people's. Cars. Were we will probably see as you said. Well you know revenue was down. Because of viewership is down across the board anywhere between currently twenty twenty, two percent to encroaching upon thirty percent. For Games you know TV, rights merchandise sales are going to be down. People are actively boycotting across those media and they're actually making their voice known by not watching. All of a sudden if we were to take thirty two current teams. And we look at. All the owners in this how much money they have? Now if we were to take thirty percent of total investment apart. As a conglomerate figure. We're talking a loss of probably and I would strong. Guess. Somewhere in the neighborhood of anywhere between two and two point, five, billion dollars while even go you want all you can go one better I think since the economy has basically picked up I mean you gotta remember the day to ten billion was during the Obama Konami which was one of the worst economies history. Okay. So that said you gotta figure that now it's probably going to be between ten and twelve. So if you have a twenty percent revenue law, if you have a almost thirty percent, you're talking about three billion dollars. That's a three billion dollar loss. So even if even if you spread that across thirty two teams, you're talking about what? Three hundred, million dollar loss per franchised. and. So and a lot of the smaller market. Good. So again, as an owner with Joan, arbitrary figure of five, hundred, million dollars starting I just lost seventy five percent of your or yeah of my revenue that I put into have an NFL team. Well, exactly. Well Number One and number two what anybody thinks that now? Okay. We all understand the cats at the revenue sharing For Those of us that are initiated, understand understand the the the reason for revenue. Okay. That's that's a given. Okay. Even still a thirty percent cut to that revenue devastates small-market teams devastate. Okay that's. Cleveland Cleveland Cambe that's Detroit. Well, I think Detroit is a bit bigger, but I catch meaning. into. Jacksonville. Flow? Buffalo Alright. That unders. Anyway. They're too big but no I hear you here's here's here's the thing the smaller market teams are going to move may if this continues maybe on the verge of bankruptcy and and if you really don't think that the NFL owners will lock out the players to avoid that. I just think everybody's so naive that they shouldn't even be a football fan you can. Football I in my opinion, these played the players and Adele are cutting the owners throats and I don't think the owners appreciate it number one and number two I. Think the owners are more in touch with their demographic their fan base style people want to believe i. don't say that they like their fan base because obviously as the executive class billionaires general ended the tend to hate working people or at least have a disdain for them. Okay. But the point being is that it's unsustainable model for them to go forward to continue this crap. Of K, it's it's absolutely ludicrous. So I think about beat that horse to death did you have anything to add on just on that? Final thought regarding that as an owner is a businessman I yeah exactly. Exactly. His businesses to? Yes he owns the team but as a business owner, you're always looking to. CRUISER BOTTLE BLONDE Increase but also you know they've got, they've got a commitment. You know what I mean I mean the bottom line is there are associated with raising revenue to pay Patrick mahomes half a billion dollars over the next. Seven years. Of. The point the point is this is that there are costs associated developing that revenue and win the players behavior or when when the when the the players union in the League encourages behavior that is deleterious to to that mission. Then what are the owners supposed to do? Gordon exactly. They locked the doors take resigning before we open this and then players you're GONNA WE'RE GONNA have to do a big restructure here. Sorry. You know this is this is not you? Not You know you're not this side of the world you guys are on the upper echelon. Of money you have succeeded in. On yourself up by your bootstrap for lack of terminology, you have made it playing a game that you love passion for three enforce your point duty not only are they a privileged class? Okay. Let I verified this I verify this last night. I made a statement that that. The NFL, the people on the NFL minimum as in rookies that that you know what we're undrafted free agents, right that are somehow made the squad, which is more powerful MAZAFA. A No experience. Rookie. Signed as a free agent this year in the League makes a minimum of six hundred, thousand dollars. Six hundred, ten, thousand dollars I then went to the Department of Labor's website guess what the average household income for Americans is as twenty twenty. Sixty, one, thousand, three, hundred. Yes. They working person would take ten eleven years to make. They're making six months show and this is not this is not an insult. I'm only going to use the label for for effect. Hacks in the NFL make ten times. The average working family does and they dare fucking lecture us about what our values should be faulk them. Big F what. Exactly. With a with capitalize all letters with with several exclamation points at the end. So that said I. Underlined and and I tell us is never. That's that said, I I wanNA give credit where it's due also understand that you know. What did I just go off on the NFL to you know to to to the end up with surprise we'll tell you why because You know even in the worst of situations, even even in the darkest night, there are rays of sunshine out gather are rays of light and I want to heap praise on two particular players, and these are the only two players. That I'm aware of have done this if any of you out there. Needed to midnight Patriot nation are aware of more please let us know. So we can give them their just desserts in their props. I want to give particular a credit to a hundred in the way of of the of the Pittsburgh steelers. Mr Villanueva is a former army ranger That said he made a big splash stirred shit storm by doing the right thing. I'm not going to get into the to the criminal that that the that the steelers. We're trying to honor Norma GonNa try to justify it didn't happen there but. Mr Vienna wave. Did something very classy He caped over the criminals name and he chose to honor sergeant first class all when cash. Now I believe I'm saying that correctly cut me some slack by brute if I if I. A brutalized his name that is not the intention. To say how I believe it's spelled. But sergeant first, class all, when. Cash. who was killed in Afghanistan? And I I, WANNA. I WANNA take. The chance to really You know he preys on on Mr Villain away for for going against the grain and for honoring in a true fallen hero on instead of instead of the criminal. So. Well on on that. The next one and probably the biggest honors of the latest give to the Jaguars tight tyler effort. I think I'm saying his name correctly also I don't think it's effort at the. But again, please forgive me if I've Jaguars fans if wrecked his name to. That being said that were I for also You know went against the grain he chose to honor the life of David Dorn David Dorn for those of you that that don't know was retired police officer. I believe it was Saint Louis. He. police chief Sir about that. He was retired police chief and he. was acting on behalf of a friend to go and check is Friends Pawn Shop. And he was gunned down he was killed Doing doing that by a felon in possession of firearm each shot this this legitimate euro From behind in the back of the head, which was incredibly cowardly act. ADORNS widow. was featured at the Republican National Convention. So those be the she told the heart wrenching story and As much as I am I gotTa tell you broaden orphee side, but he loved me misty. I was just her story about David's life was very touching and the impact on her family were simply crush. So I wanNA other drove I drove home the point. Your choice exact life exactly as what makes you? Exactly you know people people come from from bad situations and rise to great heights in as far as I know. This is the only country in the world that that can happen. Where you can make what you want of your own life. Okay. The biggest prison that we have in this country, the prison in our own minds. So A. Big Praise to do Mr Bean away and Mr for will done. I still have the continue my. My boycott because of my standards but you gentlemen have shown that there is a a ray of light in darkness. So Phoenix where you have anything to add or have we beat this to death. By by Pres for. There are people in the NFL that are serving of. Respect for me for one. Not because of their wallet or their house or their cars. But they chose stand for the national anthem. As. SOMEONE WHO Leaves in their country. Leaves in the American dream all though little hard to attain sometimes. The anthem regardless of anybody's political stance. The gentleman across the nation. And the NFL NBA MLB. I stand with you guys choose to stand in honour your country. That is. The way it is your will said. Anybody else wants that is your choice. I. Respect your choice I don't like it but I do respect it. But I stand with the gentleman who chooses stanton honor the country, the greatest country on this earth. Gives them every opportunity to excel in anything that they choose to? Like professional football or professional athletics exactly. I think it. I think it's worth mentioning here. I know we said we beat the source of, but I wanNA bring up another topic to. Weird Midnight Patriots all of us. May disagree with with what someone says, but we would fight to our desk to protect their their right to say those words. That being said I think one of the other things that the public is piss pot tired of is the privileged wealthy assholes. Being able to have different sets of rules at their workplace than we do. In the Corporate World in William and most smaller companies you do not have. You do not have freedom of speech. Okay. You will be shown the door if you bring up politics religion, etc etc. Okay. With social justice causes or otherwise. They can show you the door. Okay and I don't think I don't think it's Ok these. Use Their their platform on the field or in any way while a uniform to promote their agenda. Okay. Now, I think you and I would agree with this if the NFL Players Association wants to get together and host either a live event or televised event. when they are not playing and they're out of uniform. And they want to tackle these issues donate money to causes give away money whatever I think that would be a perfectly acceptable display. That's fine. Okay. But I think the reason they don't is they know that the cause is a loser. Okay. They're not willing to risk their own money you know to they're not willing to put their money with their mouths are in order to have their protests but but you know somehow everybody else should just shut up and and honor was they're trying to do and I think that that is excellent. You know policy at its finest end. America's PISS POT tired of turning channel I. think that's a big factor as well. As your thoughts unfortunately mean here to. Drive your point. I could see. Getting together having one big party fundraiser l. have running toe board. Hey, you know we're raising all this money great or even several. Yeah Go. But the reason but the reason they're doing it on television is because they can reach a mass audience all at once. But. They haven't had. They had the NFL network. If. The shows a winner, they could sell it to their to their allies in the media. WHO's to say ESPN would cover it. You know for God's sake ESPN has the SP one of the worst ward Joe's ever. Okay and if they want to go up to that into a social justice show fine. Go right ahead or create when like it again. Fine. Or if you know even Amazon or Netflix wants to pick up something about you know the S J W 'cause in the NFL an interview players follow players around their charitable work while they advance these causes grace go ahead I mean I think what they'll find his a there's no interest in be nobody cares they approach it that way that we far less backlash in their their incomes would be far safer than if they continue down this path. the ratings would actually come back to a more normal. That's where I'm talking about I. Mean there are only cutting their own throats by doing it the way they're doing it that that's all I have to say. So that's a wrap for this midnight. Mama we we went really long hopefully provided you get some insights, maybe some food for thought. 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"eleven year" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

Five four two and the Blue

07:31 min | 10 months ago

"eleven year" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

"Researching the papers day, and from nineteen o two when the incident happened up through nineteen of six. You do discover or see that there was a trial. And NELLIE was convicted. The sentencing appears to be somewhat in the darkened appeared that it was delayed. Nellie five months after the killing wrote a letter to police matron nece Ella Glen Shields. Yet seems that she was juvenile investigator at that time. She worked with. Juvenile delinquent sales. Apparently was quite good at it. Nellie wrote her a letter asking if she could go to be confined in a formato for girls and ballot Wisconsin. where she can continue or schooling because she was not allowed to go to. Regular school again. This was approved. The. Police Matron filed a request with the court to have Nellie. Deemed by a judge to be encouraged people and delinquent. Now I'm not familiar with a juvenile laws of the day at that time, but reading the newspapers. And what other documents I can find it. Seems like this was the way to go at that time considering her age. We do know that she did actually go to this reform Tori. School and to remain there for at least five years. I know this because I found a very short. Article that made no reference to. The killing itself, but in one, thousand, nine, hundred six, there was mentioned of a petition being made to the governor of Kansas. Asking for her to be pardoned. And released from the reformatory school. Apparently! This did happen. The governor's letters are still on file in Kansas in a letter of pardon and release is on file in the governor's office archives. Now, this may be the time that Nellie went to live with the uncle. As there is some media documentation that there was a bit of an uproar that occurred when it was suggested, she moved back home and go back to school where her parents lived in her broader currently went to school. Either way it looks like it. She kind of disappeared from history, according to some of the books that are out there. But I was not able to locate a death record reburial record. And there's a couple of different explanations for that of course name changes. What lack of. Documentation. That's harder research back that far and a lot of the stuff is. Your paper! But I was able to finally locate Nellie again. With an addition to her name. At nellie. Quarrelsome is documented as getting married in Wisconsin. She married a twenty four year old man, a John Wellens in nineteen twelve. When she was twenty three years old. The date is the same. When you look at the name, it's versa much of that, so it's. Think it's highly likely that she did change her name. In order to. Put her past behind her maybe. Further documentation locates ten children to the couple. Anthony John Wellens a Wilbert. Henry, Wellens, and eight other children, one of her descendants, one of children ended up being A. Fairly, famous naval captain during. World War Two apparently. Still doing a little bit of research on this to find out just exactly what what happened Anneli, but I have located a death record for her, and where she was buried with her husband. Melis murderer of her sister did have another victim. Attended victim to be sure. Her mother at the time of the killing had been pregnant. But. The child would be stillborn. Leading many to speculate that the shock of Lars murder was behind the baby's death against speculation. Male child was buried beside his sister. It brings up. The idea was pregnancy she? was, the pregnancy part of the motive. Was She jealous of the incoming baby. Because she thought it would take attention from her. We may never know. That's something that I guess. We'll have to leave up to speculation again. We had no other facts to go on. That I've been able to locate. Well, that's it for this shade of blue. I hope you found it interesting. If you would like more information on this podcast, or maybe some of the other podcasts that have that I've done in season, one and season two. You can check out my website. Scott LUNCEFORD FOR AUTHOR DOT COM. And also you can see some a little bit more background on me as well as links to some of my books that are out there. You can also contact me through the webpage. Be Happy to hear from you and get some comments. Ideas or suggestions for podcast or Topics for research. Now when I'm recording this particular podcast, we are in the middle of pandemic. The. Corona virus is keeping a lot of people at home. Doing some online reading to the kids that are. At the school were on. On Sro! In the meantime again. I hope like always everyone. Be Safe Secure. Wash your hands and keep your distance. And even if the pandemic is over with by the time you hear this. Doesn't hurt. Keep your hands clean. In the meantime of course. Be Safe be secure and in the coming weeks. Try to do something nice for somebody. It'll make you feel better and most assuredly will make somebody else feel better. Viktoria go ahead and close us out since you've got the helm tonight. You have been listening to the five four two and the blue podcast discussions of law, enforcement, history, issues and incidents in the Appalachian Mountains and beyond. Hosted by Scott Lunceford. For more information on this podcast go to Scotland's for Dorothy DOT COM. There you can find a link to the podcast website and information on Scott's books and how to order them. Scott can be reached through the message Portland on the contact page. This is Victoria for five four two in the blue. Thank you for listening to one end..

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"eleven year" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

Five four two and the Blue

06:46 min | 10 months ago

"eleven year" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

"Her sister and often played with her. Favorite game between the two was hide and seek in the barn in the backyard. This was the game that was going on the afternoon of January fourteenth, nineteen of to. The girl's mother was standing at the back door of the house, talking to a neighbor. When Nellie left the barn and walked into the House passed right by her mother and her neighbor without saying a word. Few minutes later, she came out. It went back into the barn. The two adults saw her leave the house and saw her re enter the barn. A few minutes later, Nellie ran out screaming at the top of her lungs Mama Mama Man Hurt Laura. The neighbor reacted I running into the barn where she found little sister Laura, lying on the ground drenched in blood. It was spurting from a wound or neck with each heartbeat. She immediately picked her up, but then Natalie's mother ran over in took her away. The two of them ran to the well. Nearby where they tried to wash the blood away. From Laura's neck. was that was in the process that they solve the extent of the wind? Straight cut that sliced through the windpipe in the surrounding blood vessels. Laura's mother screened for someone to call for a doctor and the neighbor back inside the house to do just so. By the time she made the call and returned. Another neighbor had arrived with a Buggy, and Laura was taken to the local hospital. She was still alive when she arrived. But the wind was so deep, and she had lawsuit much blood. She died later that night. The police were notified. And had already started. Their investigation of course starting with their main wetness Nellie. She had said she had seen the attacker after all. When asked to describe him, she gave a short vague description. Saying he was young in wearing grey, close pretty much the extent of it. Now in press for details. She suddenly changed her story. Saying that it was your brother Harvey. Cut Laura. The. Police knew that wasn't true. The mother the neighbor had both seen the brother Harvey playing outside the barn when the attack occurred. Not getting straight answers. The detective decided to bring Nellie in to the police station from what questioning. Now would not be as easily. Brooklyn, so to speak. despite their best efforts, the detectives. During their interviews, she steadfast kept her story. Trying to. Provide extra information and continued to say that it was harvey who had cut his sister's throw. She did try to make the story sound a little bit better by saying Harvey had been playing. Shave were barber with Laura pretending to shave her with a piece of Tin. And he must likely had probably misjudged the edge of tin and cut the little girl's throat entirely by accident, she said. Now detectives. Knew. This was not true. They knew it was not rely. A search of the crime scene soon after they had arrived at located, the murder weapon, a bloody straight razor. Hidden Behind Bale of Hay. Now, the blade itself had two distinctive Nixon that the father. Of the two girls was able to confirm that the blade was his. The theory was that Nellie had been playing with her sister, and for some unknown reason have been overcome by some desire or need to harmer's sister. She left her sister in the barn, went into the house past her mother and friend. Picked up her father's razor returned to the barn again without speaking to mother or the neighbor. and. Cotton kills her sister. This theory was hardly a guess. It was the only way that the murder could have happened based on the evidence found at the crime scene. And the witnesses. Nellie continued to protest her innocence, continuing to blame her brother Harvey. Now eventually the detectives tried decided to do something different. They took in into see her mother who was actually at the police station and in shock. From the incident in lying down on a cot in an adjacent room. The minute she saw her mother Nellie couldn't contain herself. She started to cry. She ran to her mother's side. Saying Oh Mama I did kill Laura. It was me. I cut her throat with a razor. I am so sorry. When her mother inquired Y Nellie. Why did you do it? The only response was I just did a mama was the answer. I don't know why. This was the only answer that anyone would ever get out of Delhi. Was this a motiveless crime. I'll know. Like always others would speculate as to the real reason. One theory was that Nellie. The reader had read about a murderer somewhere in a book magazine or newspaper article and decided to try it herself. Another theory was at Nellie, had been mistreated by her father. And had struck back Laura who was? Supposedly, the father's favorite. No evidence has ever been discovered a reported backup edith. These theories nothing was mentioned in court documents were the other papers I was able to locate the governor's office in Kansas. So why did Nellie do this? There's no reasonable explanation for Natalie's active fraticide. We can speculate. That's pretty much about all we can do. The final fate of Nellie was a little up in the air several. Books written years after the incident suggested that she faced no repercussions for the murder. was adopted by uncle who raised her on his farm, kept her isolated from other children from society in general, and she died spinster..

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"eleven year" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

Five four two and the Blue

06:52 min | 10 months ago

"eleven year" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

"Three of the five, four, two in the blue, a podcast on law, enforcement, history, issues, investigations, and incidence in the Appalachian Mountains and beyond hosted by Scotland's furred, retired police detective, Sargeant author and researcher. Scott. We are recording four three two one. Thank you Vicki. Excuse me. I mean Victoria. Victoria's doing some extra work for us right now. She not only doing the producer Gig but she's also helping us with technical aspect in the editing of this podcast of five four two in the blue. Welcome again to season three. and. We have an interesting story today. Today shade of Blue Story for five four. Two in the blue is another homicide investigation. The idea of homicide children. Is Nothing really knew how we discussed a previous homicide that occurred in Kentucky. when a six year old. To the courts and newspapers, the time murdered his friend. Over the ownership of a piece of scrap metal. Now this was documented in five, four, two in the blue episode. Season to the first episode of season two. Now. Juvenile homicide is not a symptom of the times we live in. Juvenile killers have been with a with US throughout history. They're not the results necessarily of exposure to R. rated movies, the Internet and Video Games. Another example. Of murderous activities of young people is a young man preferred to by the press at the time as the boyfiend a Mr Jesse pomeroy in Nineteenth Century Boston. In March of eighty seventy four ten year old girl from South Boston named. Katie went missing. And on April. Twenty second, Eighteen, seventy, four, the mutilated body of a four year old. Whore each. was found on the marshes of Dorchester Bay nearby. Now immediately, police detective sought out Mr Pomeroy despite lacking physical evidence, implicating him to the scene. He had just gotten out of reform school. He was sent away for assaults attacks on. People smaller and younger than him. He was twelve years old at the time that this occurred. These latest offenses. Immediately like I said, the police sought out Mr Pomeroy. Soon after that the body of Katie, Karan was found in the basement of pomeroy mother's dress shop. Remains were carelessly concealed an ash and trash heap that was in the basement. Now this point. Pomeroy was charged with the murders. The case of the Commonwealth versus Pomeroy heard in Massachusetts. Superior, court in Boston on. December of Eighteen, seventy four. Now at the trial, the attorney general argued for a verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree. Pomeroy was an eventually pronounced guilty on December tenth of Eighteen, seventy four. And the jury's recommendation of mercy on the prisoners youth. and. Fortunately or fortunately depending how you look at it Mr, pomeroy spent the rest of his life and ended up dying in prison. He received a life term in actually did most that life term well, he did not do it because he died in prison. Probably in modern times, the one person spent the most time behind bars for a crime in the United States. I believe. He died when he was in his late eighties. Then of course there is another gentleman by this Santos. Gordon, oh a fifteen year old Silla kill serial killer. Excuse me. You Terrorized Tina. In the early part of the last century. But today we're talking about Nelly Nelly Cornelissen. and. She is not as well known as some of the others and her explanations of the incident. Might have been enough for some. To disregard the possibility of her being a young murderous, but the local detectives in one, thousand, nine, hundred two didn't believe her story and continue to investigate. The crime committed no less horrible than the other killers. We've spoken up. More so because it was committed entirely without motives and Can perpetrated on a helpless child. Now, Nellie was born in Eighteen, ninety, one in Madison. County Illinois. And spent roughly the first years of her life there. In. Eighteen ninety nine father moved the family to Wichita Kansas Nellie started attending school. There Anneli exceeded and excelled at her school work. She was very bright girl, who actually was way ahead of a lot of the children her own age. In fact, according to the teacher, so were interviewed by the newspapers time of the tragic incident. For reading skills were equivalent to that of a sixteen year old. Unusual for an eight year old to have that. She also had an interesting current affairs in read the newspaper on a daily basis. Two years later. Nellie father moved the family again. A move that met Meli had course to transfer to another school and start over. On this did nothing to slow her educational pursuits. The staff at the new school reported again to the news press. That she was every bit as bright as rather. Teachers had called her. They referred to her as a delight to have in class, and this information also makes it a little harder to understand a little more difficult understand what actually happened? On nellie had a brother by the name of Harvey. Harvey was five years old. And she also had a sister Laura who was just three years of age. The children were very close. Nellie was particularly fond of.

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"eleven year" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"eleven year" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Recently that touches on the double standard whenever issues of the trans or LGBT community are involved and the media's covering it. All right. This one from the Daily Beast, quote rupaul loves drag kid Desmond you will chew fiercely back in June. The today show promoted this same individual, quote, meet the ten year old drag kid taking over social media with inspiring message. Quote, it really is amazing being in the spotlight because I get so much support and I'm an inspiration to so many people which is one of my number one goals Desmond told the Daily Beast. I like all the fame helping the LGBT community fight for our rights. This is about an eleven year old boy. Hat tip the fine writing over the daily wire for finding this piece. Amanda Prestigiacomo is the one who gets the byline here just about a week ago in eleven year old boy eleven folks in New York in Brooklyn, a gay bar called three dollar Bill in eleven year old boy was put on stage dressed as a as a female. I mean dressed as I guess as a woman Rosa girl, and they try to make him a Gwen Stefani lookalike in full drag makeup, a blonde wig and a crop top as he danced onstage to a no doubt song and collected dollar bills from adult males who were at the club viewing this. Now, I just want to point out that is an eleven year old girl showed up at a just Eddie. I guess a straight bar or just a standard bar and was gyrating on a stage. Eleven years old, folks. Gyrating on stage for the amusement and. I would whatever, you know, just for the viewing pleasure. I don't even know what to say of a bunch of adult males people would rightly be completely horrified. They would be outraged. There might even be I don't know that they've probably will be arrests made for endangering the welfare of a child there might it might even fall under some kind of visual exploitation statute. I don't know. I just know that this would never be okay. And if a bunch of. Friends of mine heterosexual friends of mine. Peers of bind said yeah, you know, we're at the bar last night, and they had an eleven year old girl in a crop top dancing on stage while adults threw money at her. I would probably call the police without even necessarily knowing what the crime is that I would want them to be arrested for I would just I would just freak out. And what I guess isn't really surprising to or shouldn't be surprising is that. I would see I was seeing blue check journals today, you know, left wing progressive activists journalists types who were defending this. Then I'm sorry. But, but there's an obvious double standard that exists in the way the media views LGBTQ and transgender issues when it comes to exploitation, and what would fall under exploitation in a in a heterosexual context to have a sexualize eleven-year-old dancing on stage is at a minimum morally abhorrent. And may also be something that that violate certain statutes. I mean once you get into some of the some of the law that exists. I think people are generally doesn't come up because you just obviously. You know, there are so many of these laws and unless you're somebody that violating w tend not to think about this. But this whenever it comes to any kind of exploitation of child. I mean, the laws are credibly strict as they should be. And it covers a lot more than actual physical touching or any kind of physical abuse. There's a lot more that is into those laws. And I was just amazed to see how many people were trying to say that this is the daily. Beast was writing pieces media is celebrating this. They're celebrating an eleven year old who is being dressed up and danced on stage for the amusement of of gay men at a gay bar, and this is supposed to be normal. And okay, why why would anyone think that? But you know, this is also. And this goes to the. The overzealousness with which some people are trying to turn every issue that affects the LGBT community. Into a kind of a crusade. Right. They they have lost all sense of objectivity. And this is also what you see with people who are advocating for eleven twelve thirteen year olds to start transgender procedure procedures and just start shaking hormones at a very young age. Just start. The the the sex change operation before they're even eighteen th this is just no normal person would think this. But then again, you know, we had the we had the miss. Or whatever it is not miss USA, but the Miss World pageant, and there was a transgender congestion and a female beauty pageant, and we're supposed to think they're telling me as a heterosexual male that if I think it's bizarre and highly unattractive for a man to present as a woman because I am only attracted to women. There's something close minded about that there's some kind of of bigotry involved because they really live in this fantasy world they think that there's like magic that's happening here where a man can become a woman, and therefore men who are attracted to women should be attracted to a transgender woman. Right. If you're not I think there's something strange about you. This is crazy. This whole thing is nuts. And that they are even unable to see how it could affect children and the abuse that is inherent in this kind of a thing. I mean, the idea that you would let eleven year old in any context. Dancing in a sexual fashion for the amusement of adult adult anybody is horrifying. But this is how depraved the left has become their fi were really starting to see the length. They're willing to go to on this. And just what they're willing to sacrifice and any decency any integrity any honor that that can be sacrificed to the LGBTQ friends crusade,.

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"eleven year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"eleven year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Left wing publications about something that happened recently that touches on the double standard whenever issues of the trans or LGBT community are involved and the media's covering it. All right. This one from the Daily Beast, quote rupaul loves drag kid Desmond you will chew fiercely back in June. The today show promoted this same individual, quote, meet the ten year old drag kid taking over social media with inspiring message. Quote, it really is amazing being in the spotlight because I get so much support and inspiration to so many people which is one of my number one goals Desmond told the Daily Beast. I like all the fame and helping the LGBT community fight for our rights. This is about an eleven year old boy. Hat tip the fine writing over at the daily wire for finding this piece. Amanda Prestigiacomo is the one who gets the byline here just to about a week ago in eleven year old boy eleven folks in New York in Brooklyn, a gay bar called three dollar Bill in eleven year old boy was put on stage dressed as a as a female. Let me dressed as I guess as a woman as a girl and they try to make him a Gwen Stefani lookalike in full drag makeup, a blonde wig and a crop top. As he danced on stage to a no doubt song and collected dollar bills from adult males who were at the club viewing this. Now, I just want to point out that is in eleven year old girl showed up at a just any I guess a straight bar or a standard bar and was gyrating on a stage. Eleven years old, folks. Gyrating on stage for the amusement and. I would ever, you know, just for the viewing pleasure out of you know, what to say of a bunch of adult males people would rightly be completely horrified. They would be outraged. There might even be I don't know they've probably will be arrests made for endangering the welfare of a child there might it might even fall under some kind of visual exploitation statute. I don't know just know that this would never be okay. And if a bunch of. Friends of mine heterosexual friends of mine peers of said, yeah, you know, we were at the bar last night, and they had an eleven year old girl in crop top dancing on stage while adults threw money at her. I would probably call the police without even necessarily knowing what the crime is that I would want the rearrested for. I would just I would just freak out. And what I guess isn't really surprising to or shouldn't be surprising. Is that I I was seeing blue check journals today left wing progressive activists journalists types who were defending this. Then I'm sorry. But, but there's an obvious double standard that exists in the way, the media views LGBTQ and transgender issues when it comes to exploitation, and what would fall under exploitation in a in a heterosexual context to to have a sexualize eleven-year-old. Dancing on stage is at a minimum morally, abhorrent and. May also be something that that violate certain statutes. I mean once you get into some of the some of the law that exists. I think people are generally doesn't come up because you just obviously. You know, there are so many of these laws and unless you're somebody that violating w tend not to think about this. But whenever it comes to any kind of exploitation of a child. I mean, the laws are credibly strict as they should be. And it covers a lot more than actual physical touching or any kind of physical abuse. There's a lot more that has swept up into those laws. And I was just amazed to see how many people were trying to say that this is the Daily Beast was writing pieces. Sun media is celebrating this. They're celebrating eleven year old who is being dressed up and danced on stage for the amusement of of gay men at a gay bar, and this is supposed to be normal. And okay, why why would anyone thinks that? But you know, this is also. This does to the. The overzealousness with which some people are trying to turn every issue that affects the LGBT community. Into a kind of a crusade. Right. They they have lost all sense of objectivity. And this is also what you see with people who are advocating for eleven twelve thirteen year olds start transgender procedure procedures and just start taking hormones that are very young age to start. The sex change operation before they're even eighteen and this is just no normal person would think this. But then again, you know, we had the we had the miss. Or whatever it is not miss USA. But the Miss World pageant, and there was a transgender contestant and a female beauty pageant, and we're supposed to think they're telling me as a heterosexual male that I think it's bizarre and highly unattractive for a man to present as a woman because I only attracted to women there's something close minded about that there's some kind of of bigotry involved because they really LeBron this fantasy world they think that there's like magic that's happening here where a man can become a woman, and therefore men who are attracted to women should be attracted to a transgender woman. Right. If you're not I think there's something strange about you. This is crazy. This whole thing is nuts. And that they're even on able to see how it could affect the children and the abuse that is inherent in this kind of thing. I mean, the idea that you would let eleven year old in any context. Dancing a sexual fashion for the amusement of adult adult. Anybody is horrifying, but Vichy's how depraved the left has become there were really starting to see the length. They're willing to go to on this. And and just what they're willing to sacrifice and any decency any integrity any honor that that can be sacrificed.

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"eleven year" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"eleven year" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"I have a couple of questions about blended retirement system. I'm in the army for eleven years. And I'm most of it has been in the reserves side. I don't I see myself going back to active duty at any point. And so I'm just I feel like this is the big decision. I don't have enough information to be able to make the best decision. So I'm just going to see if I can get your thoughts on whether or not the bundle retirements whether or not I should opt into that or stick with the legacy system. Right. Well, you're right on the bubble. The closer you are to the twenty year. Mark the more. I would say just stay in the legacy system. The newer. You are in the system. Then I would say the blended is gonna come out better for you. That's the math that I have run on the new offering because obviously the new offering is you take a reduction in the traditional twenty year military retirement in return, you get money in your four in a 4._0._1._K system. Right. Yeah. That's that's my understanding of it. And then that money is yours whether you retire when you retire with you die with you, don't when you die with your military retirement, unless you've taken joint survivor, then it dies with you. If you took joint survivor when she dies it dies with her. So either way at dies when you die but money that's in your 4._0._1._K passes to your family. And so regardless because it becomes your money anytime, you can not do a pension and move towards 4._0._1._K at almost always benefits you with you being but the military so powerful the retirement is such a good thing at the twenty year. Mark the and obviously, it's a, you know, people you can count on the government's going to pay the military retirement. Then what what you can get into their. If you're not careful. Are because it's so strong. You know, I it you're gonna wanna do that the closer you are to it with you being at the eleven year, Mark, and in and out of reserves versus active duty. I don't know what the math come out. And so what I would tell you to do is get with one of the Smartvestor pros and take every number that you have get every number gathered up, and let them help you crunch the numbers. They don't make anything on it either way. But one of them will be able to crunch it through our get with one of our financial coach is one of the two, but you're gonna have to have all the numbers, and then someone's gonna have to get a financial calculator with you and help you say, okay. This is what's going on? But keep in mind, if it comes out about even to do the 4._0._1._K blended versus the retirement legacy retirement than do the 4._0._1. because you're going to get your cause that money survives you. And so that that's the tiebreaker. And and I think you're going to be pretty close to a tie. I think you're probably going to do the blended when you run the math, but I don't know with you in and out of reserves in and out of the active duty and so forth. I don't know what your numbers are going to be. So that's what we've gotta know is what would you get at retirement at the twenty year, Mark. What would you what would you know? What would you get in? And what would you get in blended? And then also what could you put into the 4._0._1._K? What is the match, and what will it get you to there? And so you can you can stack up the money on both sides of the table and see which high that the twenty year Mark, which one's going to be the bigger stack or for that matter at the forty year, Mark, which one's going to be the bigger stack and all of that. So great question. Thank you for joining us. Open phones hair at triple eight eight to five five two two five you jump in. We'll talk about your life your money. It is a free call. This is what we do, folks. We're here to help you with your life.

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"eleven year" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

Players with Lindsay Czarniak

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"eleven year" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak

"It's seven o'clock would know voice, and then going to lunch with another radio station down the road, and then going to dinner with another radio station down the road than doing a show that ni- and then continuing on and on and on pack in our own gear load and out loon it in. Every single night. That aware on you after a while, you know, more money Lee. Luckily, my band, and I had I kind of sort of started out with other than my bass player because I've I've found him a couple of years in. He was in the van with us for the last couple of years, but the first couple of years that was the only part we didn't have nail down. But they but everybody my band is still in my man to that today other than that. Wow. Okay. And they they just had four of them just had their eleven year anniversary with me on the road. And they weren't millennials lay knew about look, we just we got a job. We're gonna work. We all they all push through with me. You know, we took turns driving. And so I've got a lot of respect. They're like my brothers. And these guys are. But they're now it's kind of funny. It's like we had our days in the veins were playing in the bars were partying and just having fun. And now, we're all married kids. And they now because I was the one with kids, right? I. Helpful. Yeah. Definitely definitely. And then and then sit in like now, then you know, Saddam he's got to now and read he's got one. And with you know, in like Paul's got one they got one on the way. So now they're starting to get like when I'm going guys seriously. I don't think you understand like I just want to not do nothing today. Like, I just want to stop. But but so it's it's really cool. But, but yeah, those those early days were arguing that mental toughness of being because you either you're on like that, and you can push through or you can't you know, and some people are cut out for there's a lot of people who got a record deal and went out on the road and realized they're like, I want to be a singer. So they go get a record deal, and then they have on the road, and they realized the work that is involved in. I mean, the singing parts easy part. That's that's that's the seventy minutes night. You know a day. It's the all the other stuff, that's like, the hard part, and all the preparation all our work. Do you ever? Consider throwing in the towel there ever a moment that you came close or that you thought not not really I mean, I, you know, I just never, you know, like, and I like I said that kind of goes back to daddy say, well, you can try it for a year..

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"eleven year" Discussed on podnews

podnews

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"eleven year" Discussed on podnews

"In the latest poll news McGowan has unveiled US podcasting, top advertisers, four, September new to the top fifteen is Capital. One wants to build a better Bank one that feels an ex, nothing like a typical Bank and a pillow company, Rick. I was a skeptic until I tried it now. I can't sleep without it. My pillow is a must cold. Mypillow number one is still ZipRecruiter. This is the BBC. James panel, the boss of BBC. Radio among other things shares plenty of stats about BBC podcast in a blog post today. The broadcaster had sixty three million global downloads in September, probably global number two after NPR report. One hundred and forty, three million. The nominations for the UK's audio production awards have been announced podcast, says a featured across the nominations but special. Congratulations to either Chris Lucy dear love Mike Holt Neil cowling soon. Nelson and Tamsin Ken to have all been nominated. It'd for best podcast producer. They live awards. Ceremony will be on the twenty. Second of November audio burst one U2. stump their audio search engine there. Ask news, feed challenges open now, and you could win a one hundred dollars Amazon gift card for testing out their voice, search and Tampa Bay in Florida has to new podcasts studios for higher. Podcasting, tie asks, wine is hosted by an eleven year old cert maths. Genius. I'm tying this is my podcast tie asks, why tackles big ideas I climate change and love bringing his fresh honest and new perspectives to timeless topics. It's a brand new podcast from the CBC

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"eleven year" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"eleven year" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Been doing this. For eleven years eleven year volunteering as a caddy and Out of all those years he his he was the best as far as interacting. With, with a group and it was like a. Whole day of the destruction of teaching If you if you went to teaching pro would cost you probably thousands of dollars There was an, he'll remain nameless just because I don't I never asked, banking really get into this but there was a senior for the for the the the event that they hold that Preston would in. Raleigh for the for the champion's tour not allowed to call the senior tour anymore I, was playing with pretty well known guy for the pro-am since Roman the media sponsors. And he was talking about the evolution of golf based on the Tiger Woods model and he, was saying back in the day when they were all, the young up in commerce he was telling chichi Rodriguez stories of blow your mind, but but the idea that you'd go out and you'd be leaving for the course and there'd still be ice in the drinks from the night before And that and that was, and that was the tour and then you had guys like tiger and some of. These others that came in where the strength training thing took over and it caused guys to, have to evolve their game and their workout regimen their, diet and he said was the death of fund but it was a good natured, so it was a good day.

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"eleven year" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"eleven year" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Way home how about that eleven year old chance is getting serious now that just warms my heart and you don't want it warms my heart it does not warm my heart because it's a compliment no it warms my heart because it proves to me and it should prove to you that even tender eleven year olds have a connection to the message that we were all created uniquely wonderfully the bible says and i believe it and they know it and here's an eleven year old who thankfully with not repelled by my voice or something that i said any listened long enough or intently enough for a time to say i get it i want to figure that out too hey adults let's not forget that all of us were once kids who answered the universal question what do you wanna be when you grow up johnny and we enjoyed that question we had an answer we had already thought about it i want to be this i wanna be that we never stop wondering and i'm here so that the wondering about why you're here stops for some of you can stop today don't be afraid to press in chance thank you for the email by the way if you want to send an email ask it ken coleman show dot com i read every one of them team gets them to me love hearing from you and while i'm at it another way to communicate with us our facebook page facebook.

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"eleven year" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"eleven year" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Ages which he pled not guilty to he asked the court for a chance to make a statement judge vernon broaddrick lead them through a translator sipe off call the proceedings meaningless and that the only true judgement would come from alah prosecutors tried to cut them off when he started talking about isis they argued that they wanted to prevent the spread of propaganda that the judge let saipa finish he thanked him in return we did learn a few new things on october seven twenty nineteen jury selection will get underway we expect to know by this september whether the doj will seek the death penalty and we also learned that cyprus mother had her visa revoked by the state department the day after the attack in manhattan federal court kevin rincon wcbs newsradio eight eighty long island man accused of shooting a father to death on christmas day here so feel hall using bulger words dozens of family and friends of the suspect and tone foster pushed in their way out of the courthouse here in hempstead after the seventeen year old accused gang member was arraigned and held without bail not far from here on christmas day raphael paid was walking to the train station to pick up his eleven year old daughter from her mother when prosecutors said he was shot to death by foster foster police said was shooting at a car at the time foster then fled to virginia no one from the victim's family attended the arraignment cepeda was planning to spend the holiday with his daughter when he was murdered a second man was arrested in january accused of being the lookout for the crime sophie a hall wcbs newsradio eight eighty why pd plants provide tight security for this sunday's annual pride march the march will start at noon and follow a new route this year it'll start at sixteenth street and head south down seventh avenue then turn east on christopher and west streets and then head north on fifth avenue and end a twenty ninth the nypd says the route change was made ahead of the record attendance expected next year when world pride is held in the city the same year of the fiftieth anniversary of the stonewall uprising new jersey judges sends a father who killed his infant son to twenty seven years behind bars michael muraro was convicted of manslaughter for beating his son during a frustrating feeding session in two thousand twelve the babies have her brain hemorrhages and broken ribs mariah moore's lawyers had argued that the boy had a rare bleeding disorder that actually caused a hammer does and they say they plan to appeal there are still many questions about how reunifying migrant children with their parents is going to work and what helped the federal government is going to provide in the endeavor steve burns with the story from elizabeth speaking with faith leaders here outside of federal attention center new jersey senator bob menendez says things just keep getting worse in the trump administration's immigration policy today we come together to say there is no way to justify such profound injustice the president's latest executive order he says does not end the detention of people seeking asylum upkeeping children out of detention is to entire families in the tension that is not a solution now he wants answers from the federal government as to how it plans to reunify families for kids that may be too young to even say their own name menendez says he hopes the federal government kept identifying records in elizabeth steve burns wcbs newsradio eight eighty debbie cbs news time eleven oh seven the worst joining out of your vitamins and.

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"eleven year" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"eleven year" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"I see we got a eleven year member and if i remember how about that microsoft is gonna join us i he's eleven year member and he says he says america has a lonely this problem he says we're not connecting with people like we need to he sees that he sees the symptoms in the and it's i guess as the is up as the clinicians would say symptomatic across america what if he's if he's correct that's what he's appointing to some of the issues that we're having across america so he he will stuck this about that today a little bit about how do we get a deeper connection to our friends to our families to our colleagues at work especially so that's coming up after the break mike stoller smartest guys we know and then scott arnaud he's going to be here scott is is our security expert he's our online security expert he's he's one of one hundred people in the united states maybe on the planet who have the kind of credentials that he has the he's a lawyer he also has the the hot very high credential for for online security like the equivalent of a cpa exam another logs very smart guy he's got several different things about online security we're gonna talk about including one of my favorite topics you know what what i'm what i'm probably going to say brought chain we're going to do a segment on blockchain this folks it's the future nine hundred.

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"eleven year" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"eleven year" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The council's rounded the kids up and divided them by gender and age for the cabinet assignments terry was assigned to the chippewas cabin with the other nine to eleven year old girls the screens in little camp setting entertained little camp cottage thing that of course everything's accessible and everything's very very clean everything but it still has the sense of camp we used to call each other all sorts of things i was daffy this girl was one leg sometimes it collar peggy she had gotten our black kind of cut off in an automobile accident to this to us it was extraordinarily glamorous he had to put this and it was solid marvelous we would watch her strap it on and take it off it was like a production of play and then there was delors she was so wonderful she was so kind and funny she had like little dark eyes like bambi she had very dark hair but she was she was paralyzed from the neck down she was unin bet for the most part and so because i loved her and we were friends without to wreck together and sometimes they would let me push her kurban pusher will bad to some event and it it meets in it in while most of the girls in the chippewa cabins seemed to become fast friends terry only had dolores so it wasn't exactly part of the in crowd i learned to be one of the crowd i wanted to be in a group i wanted to be a member of that but they were cold you know i would i would make overtures and they weren't accepted and they had their little clique.

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"eleven year" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"eleven year" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This week we are inching toward the ribboncutting and reveal at our one hundred eleven year old kid home work renovation we have just a week to complete the job and you know these tv shows like to show a lot of drama right the tv shows drama hm what would we were among bathroom in borden indiana home and family wanted to what was that drama that he did nisa for home and family um i don't understand what some new rot right oh you mean about the rotten florin oh yeah okay they liked to call it i think a hickup no did they call it something worse than a pickup and we we make they made such a big deal i wanted because they wanted drama so the dramas on this project is that you know it's lairs how there are a lot of loose ends and if anybody get sick if anybody gets hurt if a certain materials don't arrive this thing may not come together in time so we're working through the weekend we're working with a four crew through the week tub button this up put a bow on it and deliver it to the homeowners so that they may spanned their thanksgiving in their brand new home now you were there yesterday because it means men there at about a month working on a couple of other projects which by the way we'll talk about but gene i was pretty impressed with the degree of finish all a plumbing fixtures were in um i thought that.

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"eleven year" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"eleven year" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"Now at sin now like that's that that puts his shitty face on capitalism that puts a shitty face or who we are as capitalist when you are openly admitting that it will be a predatory alone against a country that is the hit with a travesty that light puerto rico has been hit but at the same time the reason that euboea push it into a position where the only choice you have is to accept aprodeh toy loan that means that we have an american territory those just as much in debt is just as much underwater as greece is under water and and keeping battle literally and keep in mind the country and has a big water yes and at eleven year over recession eleven and in the economies that they chose in that country while being a us territory but keep in there politics their money management all all of united states radars so to speak here's how different um in in an nbc lead writer been popkin wrote of their here if they're failed economy may things worse during this disaster and his answer was here and if that were so then it's likely because o uh failed oversight from america hutto sunk so low kind of way you manage to turn to earn and flip is back overrun us a is on us because as the territory they are now going to come to us to say them so it actually wildy it is on us.

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"eleven year" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"eleven year" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Along with an eleven year old great is eleven i'm not apparent its fourth or fifth oh okay all right could no phone i've i've been saying eighth grade so thank you for the correction it out now it and it language simple well it that it's all there yeah it's true i've i and i apologize to fourth and fifth grader actually great with everyone yeah because that is its way to evolves for eighth grader better than that yes thank you the the analogy that's going to come from my our business steph my business is that very frequently attacked a talent a manager will say like if you want to get out of the road gigs if you want to get out of the clubs and you want tv show you have to have a point of view of perspective extrapolate have a vision stop doing d jokes and you know what i mean when i say de joke let's just duty jokes in my basement it's the commodore ago boom off the road yeah that's what they're but they can't stop doing the jokes in they you know what i mean they can't stop going loading we'll have a point of view andy jokes then you get the tv show oh but it's in your basement exactly yeah that's it all right twenty minutes after the hour this portion of the stephanie mills your brought to you by away travelled that you see my do away travel bags are here come back from my trip but i'm going to have them in time for my chicago sexy liberal trip will listen can i just tell you i i thank god they're here because i bought the wrong back again it's too small and it's a whole situation listen away everybody's waving about the new away bag it's a cool company delight zayn luggage that looks awesome next packing in travelling so much easier check this out to carry gadgets when you travel way bags come with a builtin battery hens of you left you charger in.

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"eleven year" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"eleven year" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Trump and milania trump for saying look man my my eleven year old kid seized on the news these kind of freaked out because he's a young impressionable kid he thought the sum was action holdiay the real head of his father cut it out nova considerable immune from six sick people here in the lawyer field one of them works here by the way is on from noon to three i'm just kid find out more about that two more i it's early man says a funny funny world we live in that peace initiative now be she become the victim and that's what you do anymore if you do something wrong you do something that just isn't right and people are just the fiber outraged against ito say you know what i screwed up i i i shouldn't have done it i'm going to take my medicine when a kind of disappear for a little bit i'll come back sooner or later things will be all right nope use claimed to be the victim why because it works be the victim works it is it does people get you get the attention you get the money the lawyers come out either play that card and so if it works why why stop doling kathy griffins gotta be her our heads guy be a total tailspin right now because she's losing gig if your gig after gig you've got this she lost the squatty potty endorsement by the way i had looked at a boeing lost a couple of other community comedic perforances at some casinos is that neo chian jimmy a victim cheap down trump is being mean to her for holding a picture of his severed head of her amnon work.

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