35 Burst results for "Erie Pennsylvania"
Charlie Welcomes Doug Mastriano Back to the Show
"Welcome back to the program. It's great to be back with you. And thanks for having me on. I like the Phillies hat. It's very good. I think we have some Astros fans in the audience. And I don't know how did that ever? Did they ever have to give back those World Series titles? Did they ever have to? Maybe we could start a trend. Yeah, I don't know. Did they ever have to give that back? Oh, Andrew said no, these Andrews, my resident baseball scholar. So Doug, talk about your race, and then I'm going to let it rip about this latest advertisement, which I think is the private part being aired out loud about a coup in the Republican Party to come after. I don't blame Oz for it because he didn't have fingerprints on it, but it was a lot of operatives kind of in his arena, not good. First tell us about your race and then we'll dive into that. At race is going fantastic. We are in the southeast outside of Philly yesterday for three events that the first event we went to in the middle of a work day. It was standing room only in bucks county. That's like a battleground county. And we're going to flip it red this go around here. We've campaigned heavy and Democrat areas over the past couple of weeks and in a near Pittsburgh in the near Philly in Erie, Pennsylvania. And we always get these massive crowds. I mean, we were talking about 600 people in eerie. We had standing room only in an event in a Democrat working class neighborhood outside of Pittsburgh. My opponent went a couple of days later. We had four or 500 people. I couldn't account it. Like I said, standing room. My opponent showed up a couple of days later. And I think he pulled in a whopping 15 or 12 people. I mean, so. That's a lot more than I would have expected for him. They have to crop in, Charlie, so you can't see the empty room. I mean, with us, we just pan the audience. You know, much like what Trump does at his events so you can see that it's real what we have going on here. And I think it's kind of the segue. This grassroots movement for some reason, the establishment is a terrified of it. I don't quite understand what's to be afraid of the people that we say we represent.
"erie pennsylvania" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"Like a tech convention as much as the next person. But if I went to a flower convention, I would want to see the flowers. I once went to get this, a beach glass convention. What? Yes. And it was not good. I know that you are not surprised. But when I was a kid, I freaking loved beach class, right? I grew up next to Lake Michigan. People used to drink and drive their boats and throw their beer glasses over beer bottles over the into Lake Michigan. And so you would walk on the beaches and you would find brown and green, you know, Heineken. It would be pretty psyched. I was like, oh my God. Red, red was like the gold standard of there was never any gold. Anyway, so but there would be different colored beach glass. And so I was an Erie Pennsylvania one year, with worry of bamford, working a very terrible comedy club that is probably better now. But we did two things in the Erie Pennsylvania that weekend. We went to their art museum, which was a nickel, and had one of each, they had a Matisse, but it was a drawing. They had a statue from Japan, but there was just the one of them. And so, I mean, it was a very small, but actually quite beautiful little art museum. And it was $7 to go. And we went and it was and but there was also a convention for beach glass at the Erie Pennsylvania convention. Yeah. And so I was like, I really want to go to that. It was $15 apiece, and it was lame. And I was not happy. And then Marie was like, there's an art museum. And I was like, I'm going to be disappointed again. And she was like, let's try. And so we went and it was $7 and it was so much better..
"erie pennsylvania" Discussed on WJR 760
"I'm Jack Rousseau this is anything is possible and we've had over 900 guests And this man has the easiest job of any of them He's leading 2500 Jesuits His name by the Tim kazuki Father wacom a real honor to have you Good to be with you Jack Thank you Can we start by you leading us in an opening prayer as we begin this lenten season Yes let us pray And then it was the father and the son of the Holy Spirit And then loving God we know that the holy season of lent is a time of spiritual strengthening It is a time when we let go of ourselves and look to God So that we can walk with Jesus particularly through his suffering death and resurrection Give us the grace to turn to you to find our strength into be hope and resurrection for the world Amen All right let's go back to the early 70s Erie Pennsylvania talk about your childhood your mom and your dad please Yeah so I grew up in Erie although my father is from Pittsburgh He's from a mill town near Pittsburgh called natrona Pennsylvania and my mother is from Italy And I have this sort of joke where I sometimes ask people what their grandfathers did because in my case my maternal grandfather made olive oil my paternal grandfather made alloy steel which was kind of used for high metals like for airline turbines and such So I feel like I descended from olive oil and milled steel But it gives a sense of the United States is this incredible place that brings people in different cultures together My mother came but she came to the U.S. after the war was doing pediatric nursing theory My dad was studying accounting They met there and got married and that's where I was born So Italian Polish is a pretty rich Catholic connection Also I think very much Midwestern What's the biggest thing father you learn from mom and what's the biggest thing you learned from Dan I think the biggest thing I learned from mob was never to cry over spilled milk She would sometimes she rarely dragged out stories of the Second World War But when she felt she needed to she did And I'll never forget she told the story once of they were escaping because there was bombing and they had to help someone because the train stopped They managed to get to a home for a shelter At the end of the day she noticed that she had stepped on a nail in her foot was bleeding And she said she didn't even feel it because of the kind of the anxiety of war And she said you know if you can survive that you can survive anything So don't cry over little things And I think that was an important lesson My dad was one of those who was born right at the time of The Great Depression And so he never wasted a thing We always ate what was on our plate and we never took for granted what we had because I think he knew as a young boy that they depended so much on what they had So I would say that the depression and the Second World War which formed them helped to form me Speaking of forming how was it you decided you wanted to become a priest Well it's interesting to have a brother Michael who's a priest diocese of eerie where we are from And as children I was an altar server How much cat broke your school So we all thought about becoming pretty synonymous I mean that was something we thought about We would even to be honest with you play masks I think my dad had a bowling trophy that was in kind of a shape of a crown and we would use that as the Chalice And I think we would find something to pretend we were giving communion We also played school and played ball and many other things But that was interesting that one actively thought about it I went to a Jesuit university and the thought of becoming a priest student guy but there I met Jesuits made the spiritual exercises of saint ignatius Loyola And I discerned a vocation there to become a Jesuit priest All right speaking of saint ignatius of Loyola 482 years ago you know you guys are coming up on 500 years There was this man ignatius of Loyola tell us about it Well so he was a Spaniard The basque region of Spain was born to a noble family And had noble aspirations There was a war going on in his early adulthood Charles V and Francis first I think you have to realize that the nation states of Spain and France didn't exist then There were certainly different political alignments and it was in a battle that he shattered his leg what they called his cannonball moment And he had to recover His first recovery didn't quite take his legs didn't look good A boneless protruding out So he had the surgery again which was quite painful And during that convalescence read a lot of first people read romance novels and things just to pass the time But then he read a life of Christ and by little von Saxony And then he read stories of saints particularly Dominic in Francis And it was at that time he began to imagine my God could I be like them And that began his conversion His conversion happened in recovery And he began as a pilgrim a march toward a retreat which we now know as the spiritual exercise He began to get a classical education because he realized as a noble that wasn't enough eventually went to get up A full education at the university of Paris met his companions and the desire to form the society of Jesus grew So really a noble man who had a profound conversion who founded this religious order A number of years ago there was a small group of us and you were talking and you let us in a prayer by ignatius of Loyola called suspect can you share that with us Yes The take lord may receive my liberty my memory my understanding my entire will that he would have used the Spanish pronunciation And so you can use different ones but he would have probably for those who know the Spanish it would be sushi pay But you know it's a very powerful prayer when you say take lord my liberty my memory my understanding There are times that I met as a provincial met Jesuits in our infirmary And Clarkson Michigan Columbia air center is where we have them And it was interesting to meet a man in the memory unit He just had lost much of his memory dementia early onset Alzheimer's And he would say to me you know I prayed this prayer every day since I was an obvious and God blessed me He took my memory away And none of us wants to lose our mind so to speak But the power of ignatius's prayer is I will give up everything except the will of God because that's how the prayer ends give me only your love and your grace that is enough for me So it's.
"erie pennsylvania" Discussed on Another Mother Runner
"Your buff gets frozen from all of the moisture that you're breathing out and you then begin to suffocate because you can no longer breathe through your buff. It's a trick to be prepared for these kind of temperatures, but it's also a lot of fun to get out there and know just how badass you are for running in sub zero temps. Hope you have a great day by, hi, this is Annette and Laporte Indiana, just ten miles south of Michigan. The coldest run I've ever done was in 0° with a negative 10° wind chill. My phone actually froze on the run and I had to replace it. When I got home, my husband asked, do you feel like a badass running in weather like that? And I said, well, yes, I really do. And that put a smile on my face for the rest of the day. Hi, this is Colleen from Erie Pennsylvania. The coldest weather that I have ever run in is a real temperature of zero. I don't even know what the wind chill was, but it was a 7 mile run while training for a half marathon and the snow was coming down so hard. I had to wear sunglasses to keep it out of my eyes and had to follow the light posts in order to see where I was running. It is typically colony, so that's a normal run for me. In fact, my husband and I actually ran across Prescott, which is a bay off of Lake Erie this weekend, the majority of the Bayes frozen. So you can do those types of things here. Happy running and stay warm..
"erie pennsylvania" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"You know, governor Chris Christie has been criticized lately because he's trying to get back into the stratosphere with his book, his book hasn't done very well. And he's been really hard on president Trump about January 6th about election integrity. I don't know about Chris Christie but I know he said something on ABC cut 5. He said something that to me is pretty crucial. This is a we have a problem in America right now. A big problem. Why don't you check this out? Cut number 5. Look, workers do it more leverage now, but Donna, it's time for them to go back to work. I quite frankly don't care whether they're ready or not. You know, it's time to go back to work. And if the president continues to give people excuses not to go back to work, he's not going to get over this problem. And saying that I'm working on the supply chain and working everything else is something that this public's not going to understand. He needs to acknowledge the problem. He will not acknowledge the problem. And people then think he's not getting it. Nobody's acknowledging the problem. We got inflation, a soaring at record heights, nobody's understanding. We've got a jobs problem in America. And I don't, I can't get anybody to understand. Listen to this from axios about half of unemployed Americans say health issues are the primary reason they're not working. Mental health problems in America have reached epidemic proportions. If one of the key drivers of the labor shortage in America is Americans physical and mental health rather than lack of economic growth, that means the fed isn't well placed to get millions more people
"erie pennsylvania" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"And be sure and use my code sage S 8 GE in order to participate, and we will go over the results on Monday. Matt is in Erie Pennsylvania matcher on the lario to show thank you so much for calling. Hey, thanks, Larry, and I'm glad that you gave up your job as an attorney, because we needed some very smart like you using your talents in the radio. So people can actually hear what's going on instead of just seeing the courtroom. I appreciate that. Carl rittenhouse, you know, I keep hearing all he shouldn't have been there. But the way I look at it is if grown men were doing their job and protecting society, we wouldn't be asking little boys wouldn't be out there volunteering to do it much like they did during the Civil War. I mean, I wonder if LeBron James was happy that 17 year old boys was fighting for the freedom of people here in America or David, a young boy went up to fight Goliath because all the king in all of his military were a bunch of wimps. So when boys have to do the job of men, it just says something about the men in our society. Well, he's doing the job. The cop should have been doing that. If cops were out there doing their jobs, so somebody like that would not have been inspired and not feel that he had to come up here and do this. Matt, thank you very much for the call. By the way, you reminded me of something. I was just in Phoenix with Dennis prager and Charlie Kirk. And Dennis was talking about great talk show host, and he was referring to a Kirk and myself. My Kirk and me, and Dennis, as you know, is a classical music aficionado, and he said there are more great violinists in the world than there are great talk show hosts. And I'm not going to say that I'm a great talk show host, but Dennis thinks I am. I'm not bad. I think I do this as well as anybody, but that's what Dennis says and believes. And you think about that. How many lawyers are there in the country? They're well over a million. How many very, very good trial lawyers are there in the country. I'm sure there are hundreds of thousands. I was a very good trial lawyer. But when you get down to people that can really do good talk radio. And they're probably about 5, 6000 people in the country that do talk radio locally or nationally. You get down to a small number of them who are really, really good, entertaining, provocative, informative, and uplifting those the four things I try to achieve every show. Not very many of us can do this. And whenever anybody sits down and sits in, they always come away with a greater appreciation for this kind of thing. It's not exactly easy, you know. But thank you very much for your kind word, man. I appreciate it. Triple H knight 7 one S 8.
"erie pennsylvania" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"Now here's special. Guest carl jackson on the larry elder show. I welcome back to the larry elder. So this is your special guest. Host carl jackson the number call into the relieffactor dot com studio. Triple eight nine. seventy one. Seventy two four three in dan in erie pennsylvania will be going to you shortly here but Someone i know attended this This this seminar and literally just heard something totally different. And i suspect if you go paragraph-by-paragraph for sentence by sentence you could pick josh mcdowell speech apart but the overall message was one of empathy and he was comparing stats and using evidence and talking about the black dropout rate and connecting the dots between the fatherless-ness in black communities. And he was even saying listen that he believes that racism still exists In within the united states and so he believes that blacks don't have the same opportunity he also said some of the things that get people all hyped up. There's no comparison to what is known as social justice with what the bible speaks justice. And he's absolutely true. Social justice is nothing more It is nothing more than the Redistribution of wealth and or opportunity. Just because of someone's skin color it's not based upon merit. It's not based upon your achievements. And that's just wrong. We live in the united states. Where you know. It's going to be harder for some because of socio economic status. I get that but opportunity. Is there when you work hard and you begin. You get a job you network with other people you can grow in job so on etc. It's there it's there. He had some more things to say. I won't be able to get to them on this side of the break. But i'm gonna i'm gonna suggest you read matthew eighteen fifteen twenty because this is what this christian professor should have done. The bible specifically tells us how to deal with other christians when we're offended this guy. Put it out on twitter because he wanted to be seen. Let's take a quick call. Let's go to dan in erie. Pennsylvania dan welcome to the larry elder show. You got the mike carl. Hey how you doing. I'm doing good thank you good. Hey i just wanna say you're doing a heck of a job we love thank you thank you. I appreciate that. You're very welcome. You were talking earlier about the captain. Crt about fellas outfits you know the white is kryptonite and everything. I don't know whether it be something on something on his uniform or even kate maybe but he always going to have to have like a rainbow know that that is a good one dan. I didn't think that a rainbow cape all right. I'm gonna use that. I appreciate it. Dan carl you keep up the good work all right. God bless you man take care all right. That's official captain. crt has a rainbow cape. They're here that one. That was pretty good. That was pretty good all right. That was dan in erie. Pennsylvania listen You're listening to the car. Listening to the larry elder show. I'm carl jackson. The special guests oath filling in for the great elderski the number to call land to the relieffactor dot com studio. Triple eight nine seven one. Seven two four three. We'll be back on the other side with james guest host. Carl jackson on the larry elder show not about black or white. It's about what we from american..
"erie pennsylvania" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Entertained a handful of industrialists but fisk actually kind of kept her as a he. He paid for her apartment. It was a scandal at the time. And you know she was a kept woman she really just kind of looks like a dour. She just sort of a plane. What what we would describe some you know somewhat plane but but considered a great like a real sex pot in the eighteen seventies and she falls in love with a partner of fisk a man by the name of edward style. Stokes which is a great. I mean if you're gonna have somebody jumped down out of a out of a box in theater inch and shoot a man. Edward styled stokes is a is a pretty good name fits what happened. Stokes and fisk are in competing for the love of josie mansfield. Stokes shoots fisk in the lobby of the of the vanderbilt hotel fatal to the shot lobby. He he got shot directly in the lobby The bullet the bullet lodged in the devan. No fisk was killed at the age of guess how old he was Is it going to be weirdly young. Yes forty thirty. Six years old fisk wants the one of the wealthiest americans died at thirty six. So this is what this is what happens. You should not have an open marriage. Even if you're a lesbian wife says it's okay. That's right Gould the kind of ultimate villain of our story although he keeps his wealth dies of tuberculosis at age. Fifty six taking the longest live man in america and kind of reviled man on the scene. Oh is that right now. It's time nobody's like nobody ever liked him he was. He's he's zuckerberg. Basically he was a he was a bad dude. Not not no one is. No one is a fan. Daniel drew lives to an old age but And having been once you know. One of america's richest man by the age of eighty two has been ripped out of his entire fortune and dies sort of almost destitute living sleeping on the couch at his son and daniel drew later on was the subject of a biography by the name of a like a socialist writer by the name of book white and he wrote a biography of him purportedly based on the discovery of his diaries and so when he when daniel drew was still a public enough figure to warrant a bestselling biography. This was nineteen ten so And he died in the eighteen ninety so still he still a public figure this book purporting to be his diary described all of his unscrupulous business practices and and acted as a kind of unmasking of the of the mustache rolling in the first person. Yeah all of all of the unscrupulous business that created this era of the rapacious capitalist and although the book was later debunked and and was actually revealed to be a forgery. there was no dire. It was a political screed on the part of white. But he did such a good job of writing the book and you know and made added it was. It was a biography of him but the the purported glimpse inside of his mustache twirling wasn't real but it it remains although discredited remains a source quotes from it continue to appear in kind of socialist denunciations of the era of that. You know as proof positive that they were all knowingly evil do even the factually incorrect parts are used that specifically factually incorrect parts are the ones that kind of they're the kind of quotes that you see at the bottom of somebody's somebody's post about. How bad how. Bad the baddies right and really. It's only vanderbilt that that survives all of this with his reputation intact although forced out of the erie railroad. Emily railroad goes bankrupt a half a dozen more times and it ends up consolidated in the era of consolidation of railroads i into the erie pennsylvania and then the erie lackawanna and so forth and so on and and that's why all the railroads have and percents amerson bankruptcy physically and weirdly one of the things that bankrupted the erie later was when they built it. They built it on the on a much wider gauge. They didn't build on standard gauge. Now referencing are a railroad gauge episode of gauge. They built they built it on a six foot gauge and in the process of converting it because they ultimately and really they had one of the earliest examples of a railroad that could travel on to gauges. They built a system whereby they could. They could switch over to standard gauge there because they built the rolling stock with two different with the ability to travel on two different cage. Yeah but in converting the entire railroad to standard gauge. You know that was such a capital investment that it was the source of another bankruptcy and the erie railroad eventually made it all the way to in some form or another into the nineteen sixties. The union pacific absorb. It was all absorbed and you can still see some of the old tracks sightings that are still sitting there along. Its route rusting in the rusting in in the mid west. There's a metaphor for all these infighting robber barons. Yeah i guess. The i guess the fact that vanderbilt is the one that remains I mean no hero to the socialist surely but bill university building a university. That's right down and and an indo university and then have a great granddaughter who has some signature blue jeans that then produces a very handsome news anchor and your reputation is secure. I was jiggled thought of that. And that concludes the erie war. Entry forty four. pr two eight. Two two certificate number three to six four one in the omnibus future rulings..
"erie pennsylvania" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"Absolutely mr day. We'll take care of everything. No worries what happened when you got out of. The hospital. Took forty eight hours to get pain meds. Nbc news spoke with nearly twenty l. h. i. members many with post traumatic stress who described being hounded by collection agencies after bills went unpaid struggling to get appointments endlessly waiting on hold and bounced around on the phone. Do you have to call routinely because everything requires a phone call and approval. If i need a cat scan. I have to get approval from them if i need an. Mri i need approval from them. What is happening to nine eleven survivors. Who are part of this program. They're being forgotten their needs are being unaddressed. As well as minimized tiffany young lead case manager and sierra mccormick a former case care coordinator are two of seven current and former employees of l. h. Hi we spoke with. They say delays and dysfunction have become far too common a first time phone call. Those basic appointments are scheduling into march april of next year. Just to get on the line with someone and find out what you might have a right to in terms of healthcare yes. What's the impact on care. Members have to choose. Am i going to wait for program coverage or am i going to bill it to my primary health insurance where they're then stock with expenses and quite a few of our members don't even have primary health. Insurance sierra quit after a member had their teeth removed due to cancer it was covered through the program and we are still months later looking for a provider to provide the dentures so the member has not at this point correct. Tiffany and sierra also say l. h. Hi isn't equipped to deal with a population with significant rates of post traumatic stress. Do the people who work for l. h. I have training and background and mental health. I did not have nearly enough training. The world trade center health program tells nbc news. It cannot comment on specific member cases. But said it's aware of concerns and where appropriate is working with l. h. i. to address them l. Hi said it's committed to treating every individual we serve with care and compassion and it will carefully review members concerns. People might think well. This is how our american healthcare system works. I do not remember the last time. I had to wait six months to address a confirmed diagnosis back. In eerie doctors just discovered a cancerous tumor in michael's jaw. He'll be asking for more help from l. hi. I think it's funny. They end every phone. Call with thank you for what you did. I don't need their thanks. I was doing my job. I want them to do their job. Twenty years after that horrible day l. h. is contract to serve those who served a nation is up for renewal by the federal government. Kate snow nbc news erie pennsylvania where you're more to tell you about tonight up next our exclusive with tens of thousands.
"erie pennsylvania" Discussed on The First Degree
"Eleven-year-old collier had been collecting information about his father to share with detective. Dave mess more for weeks by this point and the investigation into jack. Boyle really started picking up speed after. Call your discovered. Some polaroid's in his father's car was family photo of his mistress with her family. Her name sheri. The other was what appeared to be a new house after making the discovery. Call you're alerted. david mess more. It had been about three weeks since collier's mother. Noreen had vanished after caller. Her violent noises in the middle of the night and finally it seemed result. All call your had done was paying off and prove that would come in the form of a knock at the door of the mansfield home that noreen had vanished from the home that call. You're still lived in with his father which came at five. Am on the morning of january. Twenty fourth derek people from children services and the entire crime lab from the mansell police department at my doorstep of my house. My father's novel. They have a search warrant children's services. People say you know. Pack a bag. We're out of here in twenty minutes type thing taking you away. After collier leaves the house. He's taken to the residents of someone. He's familiar and comfortable with his school. Principal the person who safely facilitated collier's communication with detective mess bar that night when colleagues at the principal's house he suffered what he describes as the worst asthma attack of his life and it was so bad that he actually ended up in the hospital and it was in the hospital under the care of a doctor. That leads us to a moment. We've been building towards since the beginning of this story so go in his room in the hospital. I brag a proper reading through with doctor friend of the family's after the breathing treatment and everything they say. Call your best smartphone your mother and then there's this very long. Awkward pod must have lasted inserted probably only lasts on the second half they said and she was dead and i remember at the time i was sitting there and i was stereo like this electrical outlet in the small room of this hospital and i just the first words out of my mouth where that bastard because i knew they had just converted when i was last twenty five days. Which is my father murdered my mother. Now where did detective mess more. Find noreen show. I find this full ride. That i had sold sold more about of his house by this point. Detective mess more new of sherry. Jack boils mistress. The investigation into jack eventually revealed that he had purchased a home in erie pennsylvania. Recently the very same home that call your found a polaroid picture of in the console of his dad's car jack had purchased this house for about three hundred thousand dollars back in what would be nine hundred. Eighty nine euro something. That really caught the police's attention. Jack had negotiated a january first. Move in date during the closing of the house and apparently he'd been very adamant about this in fought for. This watch is interesting as far as the timing is concerned. He'd also bought the home before noreen filed for divorce. Which was another surprised if you look at these two variables. It's pretty convenient. Timing considering noreen vanished on near ziv in the house was to be turned over to jack on january first and also when you think about it to january i. It's incredibly hard to find anybody to work because everybody's all hung over it's a holiday So you're not gonna find movers on that day that to get people to move out during the holidays. 'cause the the days that precede nears day is christmas. And you know generally thing for any business exactly so another thing. Get this mess more. Track down the paperwork for the purchase of this house and there was something glaring that stuck out. I find the house day than i have already started looking. And they find a house in erie. Pennsylvania that my father had purchased and it was signed on a document. My mother's name was noreen schmid boil. The document was shined and period for the first initial sherry boil so the mistress had signed the document for my father using a variation of my mother's name. First of all. My father was married to her. Her last name was in boyle second of all she had her first name. Sheri not and nor noreen show. They thought that was immediately suspicious. Once police knew where this house was and knew that there is a suspicious forged signature on the deed the zeroed in on the location of the property. Dave mass more gets a search warrant and gives cooperation with the erie. Pennsylvania police department across state lines because we need to look at the house and mill creek township and this house was in fact the same home reflected in the polaroid that call your found. It was just a five minute walk to the shores of lake erie a very fluent area. Ironically a neighborhood perfect for raising a family by this point with the help of pennsylvania authorities detective messmer had secured a search warrant of this property. They go in there walking through the house and they go down into the basement. they noticed i don't. They noticed an odor what that go down to the basement. But they're kind of like we don't see anything they just see like freshly carpet. These shelved that had been built. Detective mess more with certain. He was finally closing in on jack boyle but when the police get there there's nothing out of the ordinary. Was this just another dead end. Where was noreen. They kept pressing forward. They kept looking and then they're looking around and one of the guys that there with them looks the wall of dave and calls him over. And there's a splatter of concrete that's fairly fresh on the wall. A splash of concrete. Means that in all likelihood fresh concrete had been poured recently. And they're like okay. I think we have something. And that's when they start breaking all the shells they pull the shelves off. They find astroturf which they had had receipts got my father. Purchase them astroturf. Because i saw it in my house all about it he'll be astroturf carpet and this tarp. These are ultimately things that they that. My father uses a burial shroud so they dig up this floor and underneath after about three hours. They pull out my mother's body which is wrapped in a blue tarp. That i told dave.
"erie pennsylvania" Discussed on The First Degree
"Was like okay. This is weird story has gone. What's going on. Call your despite the rumors in west spurs to collier's relief the school administrators. Not only listen to him. They comforted him and took him seriously. So call your poses principle aside in ayrshire to make a call. I tell my principal school. I say i wanna talk to digest much more again. Dave mess more the detective who had gone to the boil home the day before i wanna call him goes the opposite. I'd like i want you to call. The pharmacy calls this data buffalo. So she does. And i get him to come down to to the school to talk to me. 'cause i'm in this place. I trust everybody in my school. I don't trust being home. Noreen boyle was on the board of colliers school so she and the principal were pretty friendly. Which definitely helped grease the wheels and get this done. The principle called the man's filipi de and detective mess moore was on his way to speak with collier your again but this time it was in the safety of the school and i was gonna find my mom pallor high water. I'm gonna find out what happened to my mother and i was on a full on locked in mission. Dave metsamor came down. I started telling him everything. I knew i told him about sherri sherri the woman. Call your had seen his father kissing on two separate occasions after the second occasion. Call your was asked by his father to lie to his mother which he did he later felt guilty and told her the truth. Which was the incident. That sort of cinched. This whole divorce situation was the straw that broke the camel's back in prompted noreen to formally file for divorce. Call your continue telling. David massmart everything new when i got him down to the school is when i told him exactly what happened. The stud the walking down the hall to scream. That will be out in the middle of the night me looking for blood and the next morning the whole thing and the foot staff the time all of that i told them about my parents will story how my father is. Getting more violence from my father had this violent temper. How like he had this girlfriend sherry was planning with other life. I like whatever was going on and things were not good at home and my mother is dead. You gotta find detective mess. More listen carefully to collier set and started investigating separately using the info collier provided to him in the coming days and weeks. Collier alternate between being cared for by his father whenever he was in town and his grandmother. Who remember was. Jack's mother not marines collier remained terrified of his father and extremely fearful that his father would find out that he was already secretly helping the police. And i'm in a household. Pretty much scared for my life and my father finds out what i'm doing he's probably gonna kill me. I already know what my father is capable of. Because he's a very violent man growing up. Obviously my fair to protect me. Okay so some clarity on this jock had been slowly moving his life to erie pennsylvania even prior to noreen pulling the trigger and filing for divorce and although erie is in another state it's not particularly far it's about one hundred and seventy five miles or three hours away and he was planning on opening a new practice and eventually buying a house there so when jack would come and go and begun for nights a time. This is what he was doing. Collier recalled his routine during this very strange time in his life. I leave for school in the morning. he's already gone. I come home from school. He's still not home and my grandmother was basically at that point like radius mothers not around. I was very weird energy and vibe around the house not only because my mother is not fair but it's just because there's an error like something's happening and i'm aware of it. Yeah so the -vivor on the house was weird for sure especially because call your believe the man who was carrying for him his father was a cold blooded killer what it is. I don't know if they know that i'm talking to the police. Despite the looming danger. Call your continue to talk to detective mess. More from school almost daily between him and i over the next twenty some days. I literally talking to him almost every day from school. And he's coming down to school and i'm like okay when i go home i'll have a window of about forty five minutes between i get home from school and my grandma starts making dinner and my father comes home. I'm gonna go and we have these crawlspaces in the house. A lot of these midwestern homes. You there's bookcases the wall and pull the bookshop out as a cross face like storage right like an addict. i was like i'm gonna pull the bookcases out and look for my mother's body like this is a conversation. I'm having as an eleven year old child with a police. Detective idea that like a little boy is saying things like. I'm gonna go search for my mother's body in this crawlspace when my my dad or grammy goes to sleep is so heartbreaking and upsetting to me Like this little boy like the trip. The trauma of like speculating that your mother at one thing the trauma that your father has made done. It's another the fact that you're trying to find your mother's body. I'm just like a cigarette. I mean i as an adult it would be unthinkable to even be helping the police in that way or doing anything beyond thinking of just the terrifying thought that your loved one might be gone so to have a little little boy. Just have the wherewithal to do any of. This is honestly mind-blowing. It really is and you also wonder and i know the police. Their hands are tied. But i was l- as i was going through this and reading the script lex. I was like in fear for this kid. And we don't because if this guy is willing to kill his mom what else is he willing to do and he could easily make the kid disappear if the kid was able to give some information to the police. Well it's like the susan powell story where he was still seeing has little kids and then he ended up killing them like you. Just you never know with somebody like that. That's dangerous and violent right. 'cause like parental rights are so precious that like the courts generally. Don't take them away unless you can in right now like no one's under arrest you know so it's like no evidence or anything. Yeah and while david moore. The detective believed collier. It's like until we can arrest him. You're not safe. So just imagine sort of the emotional state as an eleven year. Old collier was put in. It is very heartbreaking. So meanwhile collier's dad jack boyle refused to.
"erie pennsylvania" Discussed on This Old Marketing
"I mean i would. Not i would say that. That advice probably is giving given to women young women more than young men. Oh for sure absolutely. It is but and for good reason yes absolute. It's but it's true for everybody. I mean it's a it's a it's a it's a. It's just a good helpful you know it's not like what would you know it. Just i mean it's just like well if you're going to go down that road that's why there's thirty five points. Okay all right so anyways just to wrap up this wonderful conversation that everyone's bored with already We we dropped him off at the university kentucky. we drop off my My oldest at mercy hearst in erie pennsylvania. He's studying in cybersecurity so there so there you have it that's Yeah by the way. I do have to say university of kentucky. They're moving process was as efficient as i think you could be. I it was so you you knew exactly where to go. They had people line in the hallway. They you couldn't park on any of the streets you you were just there for moving. You moved up rank car next to two tables. You put everything on those tables. Somebody went and parked the car. And then there were helpers to take all your stuff put him into Grocery carts and take them up to your room and done. It literally took five minutes to get his stuff from the car up to his seventh floor. Dorm that's it. That's fantastic so love. Yes that's fantastic. I mean when when stuff starts to actually work in this environment. I mean as we talked about last week. You know and how travel is really broken for business. Travelers right now. You know to hear something. Like that is really refreshing. It's it was unbe. I was trying to think of some place that they missed it but they didn't it was. I was expecting more time. We were supposed to move in at two thirty in the afternoon. We got there too and we were all done. Everything was where needed to go. Everything was put away. It was thirty five. And i'm like okay. Well let's and we just left him there so we just left eye which is by. Yeah take your drink with you go to.
"erie pennsylvania" Discussed on Another Mother Runner
"Is stacey goelden. She lives in gaithersburg maryland. Where believe we met at a party a bunch of years ago She is the director of development at suburban hospital. Stacy's the mom of two teens in one preteen. She's been a runner for thirty four years. Yes she only went shirtless for the first time this year. Welcome stacey hi. Sarah and molly thank you so much for having me. I'm very excited to be on your podcast. I love your podcast. Oh your dear. thank you. It's going to be great to talk to you. So tell us about your running background. And you've been running for a long thirty four years and you andy six yeah. I wish i'm actually my have a birthday coming up in a couple of weeks. I wish i was going to be thirty six again but at a few more years to that I yeah. I ran a little bit in high school Track just. Because i had a lot of friends that were on the team and i wanted something to do I wasn't very fast. But i wasn't very slow. Either it was kind of that medium medium speed runner and then Through college You know to help relieve some stress I ran Just on my own didn't do any races. Maybe did a couple five ks here and there this is well before chip timing and Just just loved doing it just for you know mental therapy and physical well-being And stacey you're training for your fourth marathon. Is that right. I am so erie in september yet. I'm gonna try eerie hoping for a cold front on september twelve in erie pennsylvania. I am originally from buffalo new york. And i like colder temperatures to run in Ideally in the forties Oh have to see you. You can hope. But i think september twelfth in pennsylvania's not going to be forty degrees. But who knows you know what we can hope. Yeah i was one hundred portland oregon. Anything's possible yeah well. It's about three thousand degrees here in the dmv today. And i didn't get my run in this morning. Because i had to be down at the hospital really early so i'm kind of dreading my run or it might not happen this afternoon. It's really hot here and humid and with that hot humidity. You've been running for thirty four years and you've just finally started running without a tee shirt..
"erie pennsylvania" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Your baby. Step three B. For a down payment on a house. When you move to the area, you do not have to buy a house immediately. You can rent for a little while and let's get all these career box is checked. And your income and even support boxes checked and maybe North Carolina is there. That's right. Um, I will tell you. There are sections of North Carolina that are less expensive than Erie, Pennsylvania. So you're you're set of assumptions. There is just not accurate. So you've assumed that everything in areas of bleak and horrible, including prices on houses, and then everything in North Carolina is the land of You know, plenty and expensive And it's neither one of those is completely true. There are some good spots that you can pick an eerie and land in and some good jobs that you can pick their and the same will be true of North Carolina. And so These blanket statements. Now I do think that the reason you wanted to go to Erie and want familiar is after going through this divorce and all this pain. You want a familiar place to heal? I'm perfectly okay with that idea. That's fine. The familiarity part of your statement was absolutely truth. That was very good. So you know, begin to find something. Make a move. There is nothing If you go rent and get a job, there's nothing to say that you don't find a better job in a different place later and move again. That none of this is none of these are forever decisions. So you got to get on a path here that gets you, Um Heading in a direction of a career and a house. And, uh and those are not incongruent with where you are. I think you can get there. I really do. Open phones that triple 882552 to 5. That's triple 882552 to 5. When you're faced with a set of decisions like that can We teach decision making in one of the leadership things an entree leadership. Um, there's a couple of things that that, uh that when you get emotional Whether you're wounded, angry Whether you're hurt Um, whatever emotion you want to put out there, You shut down your peripheral vision, and you failed to see as many options for the way around something. You get tunnel vision and options. The more options you have. When you're making any decision, the better likelihood you're going to make the right decision. When you start saying absolutes like there's no jobs there, or that area is just always expensive. These are absolute statements that are inaccurate, and that's coming out of your pain. This is the Ramsey show. 97% of us here at Ramsey Solutions Use a health equity health savings account,.
"erie pennsylvania" Discussed on THE RAYHART RUNDOWN
"Was that the The one up in pennsylvania. Oh no that the one i don't even give a fuck erie pennsylvania here. I'm going to call them out. Are you kidding me was that i'm not trying to be dick but but no no. No no. I'm gonna say whatever i don't know if anybody eerie pennsylvania i don't know if anybody pennsylvania in general listening to this podcast. I know that there is i know we have anti pennsylvania and i totally appreciate pennsylvania fans but anybody in erie pennsylvania that goes to the yearly film festival which is in a bar which is not a bad thing right. The bar was amazing. The bar was absolutely. I was blown away by the bar and toida's appointed by the way they were showing the films that make sense. Yeah the bar was a speakeasy so you walked into mix quick. You walked into a little room like half the size of the studio right here. We'll in their little podcast Sound area right. you walked into. It was half that size and it was like a library right. It was just one wall of books. Oh and it was like the fuck is this. This is a book. There's just books here. There's like a lady down there then. She dressed up in. Like you know the era wherever the nineteen forties or whatever it is yeah and she's like high number like and in kurdish her there and he's locked in. We're like we in the right place like we're not we're supposed to be you know here's the address was supposed to be at and you just have books here. This is a bookstore and it was. It wasn't even a very big. It was like not being on. She's like yeah. She's like this. It's speakeasy design so pull that book there like a special like colored or whatever book. She's pulled that book. And when i went up and reached and pulled the book the entire book as opened up. I have a photo. I have a photo posted on dr patriots. It sounded also. I didn't go to this. i'm i i was. I was like what the what it pulled it. And the whole book is and there was a door and you walked in and that was like the boy was supposed to be a hidden. Speakeasy was a hidden bar right and has hidden bar and it was amazing inside as far as the style and everything it was very. That era was great right. The downside was is that the entire bar. Nobody's fucking listening the bars loudest shit and the movies are playing on a projector behind the stage in the corner so it wasn't so much think film festival is so much as that viewing. I think it was a viewing. And i think it was the people that put it together or just trying to get something going right so the fact that we made a whole trip out of it like a whole long in the middle in this was fucking december. And it's knowing you're even insulin on Their email and stuff saying that it was like this huge festival right. I remember right and all these different films and did it wasn't because i remember we got there and i looked at curtis on a win. You pick this place you pick this film festival to go to this year and nobody can even hear the film like it's playing in the background you know i. Also at the same time we had there was other business ventures that we went and had meetings and stuff Besides just the trip to that film festival also so lucrative trip from what again not. That wasn't bad. It was just like i just remembered curtis saying asking at the hotel. Hey was like what is there to do here. Oh yes you're doing it. Yeah standing there. That's yet so we. So we're saying we're. We're staying at this hotel. That overlooks the main drag. The may okay. Then the mess hotel in the main the three stars the main drag three stars ear of erie pennsylvania. The main the main is is eight o'clock and there's no one outside and kiki mine's december and it's a little cold but it's not cold enough to where there's nobody read. It is eight o'clock and there's nobody outside we're in erie pennsylvania and curtis like yell. We should go check some shit out the bars and hungary and did it. We had already like left. That film festival thing right back at the hotel and i was like well. That's fine like you wanna like. Let's go down let's go down and talk to concierge and find out if there's anywhere we can go by concierges person at the front desk. I i said concierges and this is a person at the front desk. And i'm like okay. Curtis is like well. I'm gonna take you take pictures of the lobby or something and take some photos while here just like a memorable type trip. why not. it's eerie but it's weird and he goes over to the lady at the desk and he's all like hey We're from out of town and you know it's it's saturday night that it does like you know it's saturday night. It's eight o'clock you know it's gonna be some cool places to go around here is like what's what's what's something cool we can do. And the lady at the desk is like Your fucking doing it here. And that's it. There's no there is no. There's no cool place in pennsylvania. I'm sorry maybe. I'm i'm not trying to put that town on blast by any stretch navy. Delayed he just hates her life. Maybe probably down. All we know this more cool species there might be but that i mean that's easy bar was fucking awesome like i'll give it to him. It was pretty cool. Oh anyway so back to what i was saying. I forgot how we led down this path. I don't know everything's a where we were in miami. I was at the hard rock. Yeah i was stayed at the reception of it and everybody every filmmaker that went up there and talk. Nobody gave a shit everybody who just talking amongst themselves and all of that right as soon as i got up there. Bro straight up. No one was fucking talking. It was like me. And i'm fucking microphone in. Everyone's attention was pointed at me. Why though and he got super hot real quick. We didn't win anything they didn't. We didn't win anything in that one. We didn't know no because that was the one that was big. That was the one that was controversial. We were supposed to win and then we didn't win. Everybody's at one was friends with people who put it together. That's right whoever put it together was had a part in the films at all. Dad's yeah he was basically them give themselves a pat on the back which it is what it is but and that's common in a lot of filmmakers for smaller ones very common but no yeah like dude like everyone talks to everybody else's and then as soon as i got up there nobody was saying fuck and word and like i said. I think it's just like that stage presence that you have you know what i mean like as a comedian. If you don't have that proper stage presence. I think that you're just gonna people are gonna look at you and be like this guy. Doesn't you know what i mean right. This guy's not. He's doesn't have it and they're just not gonna laugh at no matter what you said you could say something. That's completely hilarious right. But if you don't catch your attention right away your rights if you haven't if you haven't hooked on the first impression the for then most in most cases.
"erie pennsylvania" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"First intermission of the Mercyhurst Ice Center here in Erie, Pennsylvania. In the 1st 20 minutes of this game, Mercyhurst leads in every stat category except goals. That's the big one that really matters. Air Force got the only goal of this period to 51 Mark Brandon Cook. First goal of the season for the sophomore defenseman. The assists on the plate to a couple of freshman Bryan Adams and will Gavin shots on goal. Mercyhurst doubled up air Force in that category. 11 shots on goal for the Lakers just five. For the Falcons is one penalty called in that period. It was called on Mercyhurst. It came right at the end of that goal that was scored by Brandon Cook, Bryan Adams drew the penalty. You went against the Lakers Air Force over one on the power play 18 face offs in that first period. This isn't a new area that air force really needs to get better at the talked about that in the team meeting today, you've got to be able to dig in. And when those draws, especially those key draws in special teams situations all tonight, it's Mercyhurst. Leading in that category. 18 draws Mercyhurst has won 11 of them. Air Force has won seven block shots. Same again. Mercyhurst with five block shots in the game Air force with just three and 17 in that game on Wednesday, again Sacred heart and that's a staple of this Air force defense is getting in those shooting lanes blocking those shots. 11 of them got through to Zach LaRock, who made 11 saves Air Force just three blocks shots in that period one Nothing as both teams get set to return to the ice here start period. Number two. There was a top exactly rock tested pretty good in the first period and the Falcons were all over Hank Johnson, especially early on They were, but they only got five shots.
"erie pennsylvania" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Via reached an all time high claimed the benefits you've earned at. Choose dot via dot Gove. A strengthening storm system will push into the northwestern United States Tuesday and bring snow to middle or lower elevations. The Cold Front will bring snow to the Great Basin in the Rockies Tuesday. With some rain, mixing with snow for the lower elevations of the northern High Plains. Some spots in higher elevations could see 6 to 12 inches of snow or locally higher amounts, especially in the northern Rockies, the Sawtooth Mountains and the Bitterroots late Tuesday, the central part of the U. S will start to see some light snow and rain from that system. Tuesday in the East will feature snow for the Southern and Eastern Great Lakes. Snow is likely from Cleveland and the Erie, Pennsylvania, south across western Pennsylvania and into West Virginia. So is also likely for the western half of New York State as well. We'll look for highs in the twenties and thirties for the Northeast Tuesday in the thirties and forties across the Middle Atlantic. Partial sun 47 in Philadelphia and Baltimore. Some sunshine It'll be a bright, sunny day for much of the Southeast. That's your national Weather Forecast. Mike Ellis, NBC news radio. She never see where she came from yesterday. Don't matter if it's gone while this son nous right or in the darkest night, no one knows. She comes in. Go, Ribbit. You don't want to talk to George Noory called the wild card line at 8185. 014109 the first time caller line is 8185014721.
"erie pennsylvania" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"We are on the road for that show tomorrow night back in Colorado at six o'clock later here on the East Coast, but what we do in our first hockey coaches show From the road and then it looks like they're forces gonna have another game, a makeup game set for Wednesday. This is a game sacred heart. Was supposed to come to the Air Force Academy and play two games right before Christmas. But both of those games were canceled due to covet concerns and the fact that the sacred heart Administration didn't feel was safe for their hockey team to travel clear across the country to play a pair of hockey game, so they bowed out of the Games Well Air Force on the road this week. The Falcons here in Niagara going to eerie to play a pair of games with Mercier's on Friday and Saturday. Not going home between the two games and someone I'm not sure who came up with a really good idea. Hey, let's try to make up one of those secret heart games this week. And it's set for Wednesday afternoon. We say, set for Wednesday afternoon. That, of course, is a set as anything can be in this covert era. But if it is played, it's Wednesday afternoon. We're playing it 305 Eastern time. So that'll be 105, Colorado time for air Force and sacred Heart trying to make up one of the two games that was lost. Before Christmas will be on the air 30 minutes before the face off for the Falcons and the pioneers. So we got coaches show tomorrow night and looks like therefore some sacred heart on Wednesday, and then after that, it's on to theory. Drive down the road. 2.5 hours of soda Erie, Pennsylvania for a pair of games regular scheduled games on Friday and Saturday against the Lakers of Mercyhurst. Let's take a quick time out, we'll come back with more. In our second animation after this on the Air Force Sports Network from Lear Field, I MG college presented by U S A. It's mattress Firms. Urine sale, Hurry in and save up to $500 on top rated brands like Silly When you get a king bed for the price of a queen or a queen for a twin plus, get a free adjustable base when you spend 6 99 on ceiling or save 50% on select.
Obama hits the trail for Biden in Pennsylvania
"Will joe and Carmela at the helm you're not gonNa have to think about the crazy things they said every day. and. That's worth a lot. You're not going to have to argue about them every day. It just won't be so exhausting. That was President Barack Obama in Philadelphia today campaigning for Joe Biden Camara's President Obama spoke in ways we've heard before about his respect and deep friendship with Joe. Biden. Saying that his vice president Joe Biden made him a better president. But president trump spoke very pointedly. About the current president in a way that we have not heard before. This was just reported in the last forty eight hours. We know that he continues to business with China. Because he's got a secret Chinese bank. Account. How is that possible? How is that possible secret Chinese back Calcutta listen. Can you imagine if I had a secret Chinese bank account? When I was running for reelection. You. Thank you. Thank you. Thank Fox News might have been a little concerned about that. They would have called me Beijing. It is not a great idea. To have a president who owns a bunch of money to people overseas. That's not a good idea his first year in the White House. The only paid seven hundred and fifty dollars in federal income tax. Listen my first job was at a baskin Robbins. When I was that. I think I'm. GonNa. Pay. More taxes. Working at A. Dispensing ice cream. How is that possible? How many people here paid less than that President Obama spoke at a driving rally where the audience remained in their cars the event observed all of the CDC guidelines for social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic unlike Donald Trump President Obama made it very clear that he was very happy to be back in Pennsylvania. A No The president spent some time in Erie last night. Apparently he complained about having a travel here many. Events, Short poor guy. I don't feel that way I love coming to Pennsylvania. You guys delivered for me twice and I. Am back here tonight to ask you to deliver the White House Joe. Biden Kamla Harris. He's right. The president of the United States actually did go to Erie Pennsylvania last night to win votes and then complained to his audience. In Erie Pennsylvania that he had to go to Iraq Pennsylvania, to win votes because of the plague. Donald. Trump said before the plague came in I had it made I wasn't coming to Erie. Honest. There was no way I was coming I didn't have to. President Obama. Responded to that today. Eight months into this pandemic cases are rising again across this country. Donald trump isn't suddenly going to protect all of us. He can't even take the basic steps to protect himself. Just, last night e complained up an area that the pandemic made him. Go back to work I'm quoting here. He was he was upset with the pandemics. made him go back to work. If he'd actually been working time, it never would have gotten this. So. Here's the truth. I want to be honest here this pandemic would have been challenging for any. President. But this idea that somehow this White House has done anything but completely screw this up is just not true. I'll give you a very specific example career identified at first case at the same time that the United States. At the same time. Their per capita death toll is just one point three percent of what ours is. In Canada is just thirty nine percent of what ours is. Other countries are still struggling with the pandemic, but they're not doing as bad as we are because they've got a government that's actually been paying attention when asked if he'd do anything differently. Trump said not much. Not much. Nothing, you can think of that could have helped some people keep their loved ones alive. Joe's now going to screw up testing. He's not GonNa Call Scientists Idiots. He's not going to host a super spreader event at the White House.
Trump's Scattershot Campaign Strategy
"Trump continues to behave in a way where he simply seems in search of rationale for his candidacy and a closing message. It's really an astonishing thing to observe how Erratic House scattershot his messaging has been. We know that to be true over nearly four years of covering a trump presidency that he has the tendency to do that. There's always the stories with the blind quotes of Republican allies of the white. House just wish Donald Trump would talk about the economy or would stay on message Donald Trump is who he is. We all know that he's not going. To Change, he is committed to this notion of grievance politics. That's his whole sort of reason for being in the political realm, and yet he does have a proven political gut an instinct of where he can go to find pockets of support. So it's amazing to observe him trying to throw everything against the wall and seeing what sticks this close to the election I mean that's one thing you can do earlier on. But when you are within two weeks, you've got one more debate ahead of you and then just rally after rally to try to drive home a message. You want to be locked into what that is. That is not where Donald trump is I mean just take the storming out of the sixty minutes interview or cutting short or whatever he did with Lesley. Stahl in tweeting about that, what what is that that is not going to accomplish his political goals here and here's the thing Donald Trump knows it. He knows he's in a weakened position he was in Erie Pennsylvania last night, and once again, he said the quiet part out loud before the plague came in I had made I wasn't going to Erie. I've been. Honest. Go Way I was coming I didn't have to we had this one and then we got hit with the plague the had to go back to work hello weary at least. I mean, just imagine there's the president of the United States going to eerie Pennsylvania telling them. They would never have seen him if he was in a stronger position than he is but here he is yes to actually work for it that his closing message right now today's been tweeting about the economy's who maybe for a moment he consumed some television news analysis that he really should be talking about the economy. It is the one area of strength. We see in poll after poll for him, and yet that has not been where he has centered his closing message inexplicably, and we have new evidence to show that what he's doing isn't working we have a brand new. CNN. In Pennsylvania and one in Florida in Pennsylvania a state critical to Donald Trump's success for years ago. He's down ten points fifty three to forty three against job Biden. This is the Tipping Point State folks and he is Badly behind at the moment. Now in Florida as we see across the whole Sunbelt, it's a different story. It's a margin of error race. We've got Joe Biden at fifty percent and Donald trump forty, six percent in this poll, but it is a race at the margin of error with no clear leader. Consistently, we see him behind in that critical upper midwest rust belt, and if he can't turn that around, he's in serious trouble and that kind remark, an eerie Pennsylvania that's not going to help.
Melania Trump stays off campaign trail, citing lingering cough
"The first lady Melania Trump is not traveling with her husband tonight as the White House said she would. The first lady was to have joined the president at a rally in Erie, Pennsylvania, for her first public appearance since coming down with Cove. It Her chief of staff, and spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham says Mrs Trump still has a lingering cough and quote out of an abundance of caution will not make the trip Last week, Melania Trump wrote on the White House website that she preferred a natural course to getting over the virus and declined the treatments given to her husband, CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy.
Trump slams Biden and Fauci at recent rallies
"Ahead to tomorrow when the first lady will return to the campaign trail. First Lady Melania Trump will join the president at a rally in Erie, Pennsylvania, but she's not expected to make any remarks there. This comes after President Trump visited the battleground state of Arizona today for Tupac campaign rallies while they re slammed opponent Joe Biden. And Dr Anthony Fauci Bhai wants to lock it down. He wants to listen to Dr Fauci. Once a listen to Dr Fancy and Don't forget doctor about you. What he said is no, no, Don't close it to China. I said I'm sorry, Doctor. You're wonderful man. And I used a nice man. Your wonderful man. I'm close to get absolutely not. Tensions between the president and found she had been building for months recently escalating after Dr Fauci appeared on 60 minutes and disputed the president's Corona virus claims,
Biden: The 'only way' I'll lose is through 'chicanery' at polling places
"Democratic nominee for president ahead in many swing states and substantially ahead nationally. And in remarks yesterday in one of those states, Joe Biden expressed confidence We gotta go out and make sure you vote. Because the only way we lose this is by the chicane, you re going on relative to polling places. That's Biden in Erie, Pennsylvania. And at the White House
Biden leads Trump in Florida, poll finds
"Days until the November election in a recent poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden leading 50 to 45% over President Trump in Florida. But Florida Senator Rick Scott believes President Trump will still win the Sunshine State's voters in Florida care about jobs. They know Donald Trump cares about jobs. Joe Biden's had 47 years. Never did one thing for jobs, and we know that Donald Trump supports Our law enforcement and we know the Democrats want to defund the police President Trump planning to campaign in Florida on Monday president was told a little while ago when he was told 100,000 people a day We're dying, already said he says it is what it is. Well, it is what it is because he is who here. Democratic nominee Joe Biden campaigning in Erie, Pennsylvania, blasting President Trump for his response to the Corona virus pandemic. This
Commission on Presidential Debates cancels second debate
"Joe Biden will campaign in Erie, Pennsylvania. This evening. The two candidates will no longer face off in a debate next week. The nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates confirmed yesterday that the second presidential debate on October 15th would be scrapped. The third debate scheduled for October 22nd in Nashville, Tennessee, is still on Delta is now a
Trump to resume campaigning with in-person event at White House
"Live from NPR news. I'm Giles Snyder. President Trump is preparing to host his first in person events and testing positive for the Corona virus. The event will be held today at the White House, where more than a dozen staffers have contracted the virus as NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. Today's event comes exactly two weeks after a White House rose Garden ceremony that is now being widely referred to as a super spreader. President is expected to address another large crowd, this time from the White House balcony for an event on law and order trumps. Doctors on Thursday said that they quote anticipated the president's safe return to public engagements as soon as Saturday. The president is expected to return to the campaign trail on Monday with a rally in Florida Presidents Democratic rival Joe Biden is wishing those who plan to attend today's White House offend good luck, saying they should wear a mask and social distance. He spoke to reporters following a day of campaigning in Las Vegas. He plans to be in Erie, Pennsylvania,
Political Ad Nauseam
"As much as campaigns want to keep spending secret federal law actually requires TV stations around the country to disclose all the political ads, the campaigns by and those TV ads account for something in the ballpark of sixty percent of campaign ads. Spending a lot of the rest is stuff like Google and facebook ads at those companies actually don't have to disclose as much information about the ads. So today we're going to focus on. TV. Spending the majority of the spending. So think of the United States as a giant game board to campaigns walk around the board they put some of their ad money down this part. Of the country a little bit more over here, and the way they put that money down tells us what places they think are most important for winning the election. If you're looking just at the state level, the bronze medal goes to Wisconsin Sixty, four, million dollars, worth of TV ads they're not surprising. Wisconsin was one of those states that trump flipped from the democratic column back in Two Thousand Sixteen Silver Medal Pennsylvania with one hundred, seven, million dollars worth of TV ads also not surprising Purple State with twenty electoral votes and in first place with one. Hundred thirty, three, million dollars America's favorite election meltdown waiting. Oh Florida, my beloved Florida. Now, this is just are beginning calculation. We're going to dig in more, but there are lessons to learn just looking at the big picture the big campaign game board. Yes. So so take Florida this is not a monolithic place. You're going to have super republican areas like the panhandle and then big democratic areas around places like Miami and you might imagine that the most. Cost effective thing is for the Republicans to completely pull out of the democratic strongholds and vice versa. But in fact, neither political party is doing that the whole state is getting bombarded with ads from both sides Daniel. Butterfield. From the Super PAC PRIORITIES USA she says it can start to turn into something like an arms race. So when you see your opponent spending money in a market, it really raises The question of should I be spending money there to to keep up area competitive and if you want to understand why political spending just keeps going up, it's at least partly because of his arms race if your opponents bins more in, Tampa you have to spend more in Tampa which in turn makes the cost of ads in. Tampa that much more expensive. Next thing you know you blue one. Hundred thirty, three, million dollars in Florida. Danielle says, the arms race thing is not just irrational fear. There's a real electoral cost to waving the white flag in a particular area. If you're in an ad market and your opponent clears out, that is great news for you. You have the airwaves to yourself. Your advertising goes a lot further in terms of impact than if you have to opponents that are. Driving opposite messages is there like a particular tipping point to that that sort of campaign folks like you gotTa. Spend the twenty percent otherwise. Like what counts as as not being drowned out. Good? Yeah. There is actually a lot of areas some data behind like what is the particular percentage that is required? It's I'd say that's probably more of a secret sauce that I wouldn't necessarily WanNa name on this podcast for you know that numbers, you're just tell me. I I. Know. Roughly what percentage I think is useful is, is it twenty three percent? You got it. But okay. So fine lots of money being spent in Florida but this is not a very specific answer to our question who is the most expensive voter we want to be more granular, which is why we got her hands on a more precise data set. Thank you advertising analytics. This data set is GonNa let zoom in on every single television market in the entire country. So for example, we know that forty million dollars has been spent in the Orlando Daytona. Beach Melbourne market. Compare that to the grand rapids, Kalamazoo Battle Creek Michigan market where it's twelve million dollars and sure there's more people in Orlando but still, how are the campaigns arriving at exactly forty million and exactly twelve million to help answer that we brought in some help Michael Beach. CEO. Crushing Media Michael Runs an advertising analytics company now, but he has worked in the past for the presidential campaigns of George W Bush John McCain Mitt Romney, and the reason we wanted to talk to Michael is his whole job. is to figure out where companies or sometimes political campaigns should place millions of dollars. Worth of ads Michael has all this fancy proprietary software. If you're an advertiser, he can tell you whether you should be focusing your ads on like Republicans, with Minivans are Democrats ride motorcycles or neither. He's got all these different attributes in his computer thousands of attributes for. Anything from certain partisanship to likelihood to buy a Ford truck into those do those specific categories correlate. Yes and no it like it's pretty geographic if you're looking at northeast, Ohio or you're you know. You're in Alabama in the Senate race. that. Wouldn't be a probably a good signal. Reich is like. As owner everyone drive structure. Now, the reason we went to Michael is because we thought it might be interesting to look at how many dollars were being spent on any given swing voter swing voters in theory are people who might be influenced by a political ad. The problem is it is very hard to pin down exactly how many of these people are out there but Michael Software can at least take a stab at it what is GonNa do is go through all these data sets to first identify how many likely voters there are in a particular TV market and then identify which of those has even the tiniest probability of changing their vote and a lot of this calculation is just sifting out the diehards. If you are somebody who voted in the last five, Democratic primaries were every year you donate to the R. N. C. You are out. But maybe your party affiliation switched a couple of times. Maybe you're a first time voter that may put you in this bucket the basically using generic party model and generic it's party not not candidate. Driven in other words, we're estimating voters chances to swing between Democrat and Republican as opposed to trump and biden specifically. But there's still does give us a way to compare across TV markets and when you re ranked the country based on dollars spent per swing voter the markets are not in Florida. In fact, the top five ad markets are all in Pennsylvania and number one on that list where campaigns are spending around ninety dollars per likely swing voter. Is My home television market the region in western Pennsylvania in and around Erie Pennsylvania. Okay. So Kenny you grew up there like what is it? What is the what are we talking about just to be clear I grew up in Meadville which is south of Erie, but it's in the market and like yeah, this is a region with a lot of manufacturing jobs these jobs have been leaving. It's predominantly white its having the. Same kind of brain drain problem that a lot of the other parts of the so-called rust belt are having. But look like I don't know anything about who a potential swing voter would be in the Erie television market. This is why we have Michael's fancy software. It can help us understand who that is. What can we know about the Eerie Market area? How does it compare to the rest of the country? Like who's there? It opened up my magic machine here. Michael Punches Eerie plugs in a few numbers so it's running. Then he opens up a tab that lets us compare the Erie population as a whole to just the likely swing voters. So now I look at in. Eerie. For instance, the average adult is fifty three years old if you just take the whole population in the market. Target, audience if you said. swing likely to turn out is forty seven other words. Michael's machine is telling us that the average swing voter is is six years younger than the average, their forty, seven years old, and the other incredible thing about Michael's machine is that it's also able to spit out this whole media plan for how to reach those people. The machine can name the single TV show watched by the most swing voters. Each week that show in the Eerie area is the OT on Fox football shows or wrap up of the day's games. That'd be fair. that is one of the most watched shows in the entire country. But the numbers do show that in terms of efficiency like sports would be a pretty good way to get your ad in front of a decent chunk of swing voters in Erie Pennsylvania Espn you can reach sixty percent on eerie and a week. Again, this target in this market if the secret to understanding what the campaigns are thinking is to learn where the most money is being spent per swing voter. That place
How Party Leaders Get Ready for the Election in Pivotal Pennsylvania County
"Pennsylvania, a working class area in the northern northwestern most corner of the state. Has long been solid territory for Democrats. Then in 2016, Donald Trump eked out a narrow victory. Now in 2020, the county is again seen as pivotal NPR national political correspondent Don Can you sat down with Republican and Democratic leaders in the county? Jim words. A 41 year old college professor, was named Erie County Democratic Chair two years ago. He wasn't in charge when Trump won here. Still, he's fixated on the numbers just 1967 votes, so a really narrow margin and so for me for the last couple of years, it's been staring at those numbers. There are so many what ifs. What if Hillary Clinton had run a better campaign? What if there had been better turnout in the city of here? But words also gives the trump campaign credit for its use of digital targeting for getting people to make personal contact with friends to find new voters for trump factor in their social media presence in their online presence, and the kind of targeting they did, in some cases with the help of foreign actors and others, it had a very significant psychological role. What says the Democrats goal this year is not to mimic that Trump campaign. It's to build on the enthusiasm Democrats showed in the 2018 midterms and to reach beyond the traditional base. To that end, Erie County Democrats have set up field offices out in rural communities. Words talked as he unloaded boxes of lawn signs from the back of his jeep bed once not jobs. We've made a lot of efforts over the last two years to really talk to connect with rural voters. And these offices or an opportunity to help us put some roots down in places that we should have been for a long time. As for Democratic strongholds, voters are highly motivated this year, he says, and having a woman of color Kamala Harris on the ticket helps boost energy as well. He adds that with co vid driving unemployment up to 14.8% in the county. That should also give some blue collar voters who backed Trump. Last time. Second thoughts now to the GOP effort stickers these, you know, ceramic coasters styles, you know whatever, and hats. We've just gone through. That's county chairmen viral Salman 73, year old retired school superintendent and farmer showing off Trump merchandise at county headquarters. They even have trump 2020 masks despite the resistance of many trump supporters to wear them. Both Republicans and Democrats are having to find new ways to reach voters amid the pandemic. One GOP tactic Trump Boat Regatta Out on Lake Eerie What Salman says they're still doing is much old fashioned door knocking as ever, maybe more if there's a newspaper box out by the road, put it in, but otherwise they go to the door and knock leaves the bag on the door. Somebody comes They stay, you know, way back and with mask on and so forth. Democrats, meanwhile, are being more cautious on that score. Salman says he thinks voters see Trump as better at rebuilding the economy post pandemic. He acknowledges that Joe Biden with his Pennsylvania roots is a very different candidate than Hillary Clinton. There's no Biden equivalent to the lock her up chant at Trump rallies by. I think he's a nice enough older fellow. But look at his record. We've got enough years We've got four or five decades. Is to look at it. It doesn't compare both of these party chairs, no, that Erie County is in play and even with the pandemic, limiting traditional campaigning and providing a powerful political issue, They insist they can still do what they need to do to reach the voters. They'll need to win. Don Gani NPR NEWS Erie, Pennsylvania.
Feds Relax Restrictions, Airlines Can Halt Service to Smaller Airports
"Another sign of the struggling travel industry amid the pandemic as airlines seek to stop service to some cities the transportation department's announcement allows fifteen airlines including American delta and United to stop flying to some sixty cities like Worcester Massachusetts Erie Pennsylvania and Lincoln Nebraska the airlines argument is that there is little demand for flights to the cities and others some of which can be served by nearby airports the department's ruling stipulates that these cities will still be served by other airlines so service to these cities won't stop completely
"From stand up. Comedian Kate. McCabe I was gobsmacked smarts when she told me who she chose to I come out to. I think it's interesting sometimes as a lesbian or gay person or somebody who identifies somewhere else on the sexuality spectrum. You might ask the question of. When did you know you were gay? But that's different than like. When did you feel different? Or when you felt attraction to the same sex I remember feeling like perhaps like a non sexualize way drawn to women very early on when I was like in second grade or something having having little tiny crushes on female teachers. Okay but then I think feeling probably different than other girls more around like like when I was like twelve thirteen fourteen when you actually are starting to go through puberty and you see girls gravitating towards boys trying to get their attention and flirty with them. You know when when my female friends were picking their favourite members of new kids on the block and I was scrambling to make up some random attraction to one of them to Nisa old sites. Tell us where you were growing up. Then okay I grew up in Erie. Pennsylvania which is On the Great Lakes Aches in America. Wonderful thought a great place to grow up being bit I wouldn't call Erie. Pennsylvania like a hyper progressive city. I would describe it as very Americana Traditionally more of like a blue collar type background although there were lots of white collar workers there as well you know. Detroit has the reputation of sort of like a factory city. That is maybe like a little run down. He's got a little bit of that spirit as well. They're both Great Lakes cities and it's that sort of have like a slightly depressed although there's efforts now for rebirth wall SORTA messages. Were you getting about the fact that you know you knew that you were a lesbian or you need a different. The messages were getting in the playground. or or in the place where you live. Oh deep dark ones. I grew up Catholic and I went to Catholic school so especially in the eighties nineties. You know there wasn't much progressivism in my Catholic community in Erie Pennsylvania. In fact quite the opposite you know it would have been got you could help her masturbating so you could picture picture masturbating to a female. You know is twice as bad So as far as commentary from other people I went to a Catholic girls all schools so it was interesting. It was sort of like that type of That teachers a less. You know like that sort of negativity like I bet sister so and so was a lesbian. Or I bet Mrs so and so is gay that sort of like a negative lesbians gross not necessarily directed squarely at me. I was a funny girl in a high school. Like I crack jokes. I was like class clown which I think is a classic Gay self-preservation Maneuver COMEDIANS poking funny. That is funny though. Isn't it. I never thought about it like that. But Yeah I think it's it's like a it's a type of martial art So you mentioned obviously felt Different when you were young but women's first time he's sort of realized it was a sexual things well so when I was going through puberty I had a kind of centralized dream about a woman that I knew and I told my mom pretty urgently because I was weirded out and I I must have been like twelve or thirteen well and I told I said Hey I had a dream that was like this and Blah Blah Blah and. My mom is so lovely. She just calmed me down. It was like look. You're going through puberty right now. So you're gonna I think all sorts of weird things do not bother thinking about this for another second. All kinds of bizarre thoughts are going to pop into your head. See later. I'll tell you. Yeah exactly so really I was able to sort of via like safe mode of thinking. Just think like I'm going through puberty just because I'm fantasizing about women doesn't mean I'm gay. It's just that my hormones are going bonkers and eventually they'll settle on men So that's what you told you so. Yeah that was my logic. I was because of what you've been told school and by that I mean at school. It's not like I'd been given any sort of lesson in about like sexuality and how it materializes I think mostly that little blanket of cover that had been provided by my mom and by the way not not like in a negative way. She was just trying to make me feel better and I don't think she thought I was gay. I don't legit. I don't think she thought like Oh my daughter's gay. I'm going to give her a cover. I do think she just believed leave. That this was sort of like it. Sounds like you will genuinely confused that. So Yeah Yeah. I don't think either of US knew that like that I. It wouldn't transfer over to men you know like I. I never had sex about men but that was also not a detail that I told my mom. So you carried on having they sort of fantasies and not really knowing what your sexuality was a really understanding was was. was there a sort of moment where you went. Oh hang on the dots adjoining up here. I think I might be guy. Yeah I finally admitted to myself when I was in university so I went to university in New York City which is a great Playground for a a gay kid coming out and and I really was boy. Did homosexuality need to really work hard with me. I stayed in the closet for my for America's four years of university degree. I was in the closet for three of them in New York City with a gay best friend. Yeah Oh my God. And they've got amazing clipper called the Click Club. Do you know about that. I do know that clip club and meow mix. AP meow mix. Yeah I want to show you what do I. That's it was sort of like there. I was in like the most bountiful. The whole place on earth for being a young lesbian and doing nothing about it but I finally came out The summer between my third and my final year so I I went and saw the movie bound with Gina. Gershon Jennifer Tilly. I think most lesbians are h have have watched bound SORTA fly. It should be sort of prescribed relations to something that you need to watch as part of your coming to terms. Maybe even as a test like dea thank you are watch this. If if this doesn't pull you screaming out of the closet then you're probably not see. I watched that and then it's like you know had like several fever dreams after that and then the first person I actually came out to besides myself a priest. Wow Yeah I wasn't expecting uh-huh and I went to So I I still you know growing up Catholic. I was still trying to live who I was in New York City. I didn't want to go to New York City and become like a completely different person and so I was still going to church every Sunday morning. And I'm not an idiot like I went to a church. Very progressive neighborhood. So this was not a very hellfire and brimstone brand of Catholocism. This was a nicer sort of like reformed liberal branch of Catholicism and it was a church in Chelsea which historically is a pretty gay neighborhood in New York City and I went to a confessional and you know the the priest is behind the thing and I just say I think I think I might be gay. And they call it so you of course can't see you and technically they're not really allowed to be like ghoul regardless of their own feeling. They've gotta to give sort of like what the pope prescribes as how to deal with these situations. So I had quite fearful at this point really expecting that. The priests going to tell me that like my soul needs to be cleansed in that like I need to do this. That and the other thing and that it's wrong but instead you know and I really thank God that like i. I was at this this point in my life I was in New York City. I was in a church. Chelsea aide said well okay. Well look. I'm I'm supposed to say some things and and You know I want to know. Let's talk a little bit more about this. Have you acted on your Your gay feelings and I said well no I hadn't because I you know I'm not very cool. Watch the film barrel exactly and he said okay. Well what I'm going to say to you Technically this isn't the line that I'm supposed to us but I would say in your gay relationships. Treat your partners like I would ask you to if you were straight as in like like basically I think what his advice was like. Don't go out and be a hooker. Okay like just like if you're going to you know fall in love with someone you respect them respect yourself and Cetera et cetera. And so sort of gave me like a very cautious like it's okay basically. Just be a good gay Catholic in your relationships. That's exactly what you needed to hear. Probably a one hundred percent is good as you were going to get from a Catholic price. Yeah I think and this is it. I think people's experiences rance's with religion vary greatly depending on where they are in the world. you know what is kind of coming out of the church in that in that moment in time again again I think you know geographically. I was just lucky luckier than ninety percent of my gay friends. So how did that fail. Then did you think Oh. Archie is okay to be gay. Were you still a bit sort of Still GonNA stand the closet. This is still look great with God her. Did you fill up to the what was a massive relief so someone who felt pressure from religion growing up Catholic. It was a massive relief to feel and understand that. I'm not crazy. There are people in the world even in religion that like. I don't think I'M GONNA burn in Hell for just basically living my truth and then it made me consider. Who Am I gonNA tell next?
Police seek person who released bedbugs in Walmart store
"D. B. L. police in Pennsylvania are searching for the person who released the bed bugs in a Walmart men's changing room manager at the store here Erie Pennsylvania found a closed pill bottle containing live bugs inside a boy's jacket that was for sale in the store blocked off the affected area is called in a pest management company now Brett bed bugs spread disease but they can cause an allergic reaction they can also live for months without
Everything You Need to Know About the TWA Hotel at JFK
"Our way to the U K I stopped over in New York City spent a night at the JFK airport not in the airport but as you'll recall they have this new swanky hotel which is all aircraft airports themed the Twa Hotel and that was really really really cool will definitely have to figure out how to plan a meet up there. At some point did it was kind of last minute thing so he did have a couple of our friends of the program program join me for for drinks Dave Ambien tiny woman and that was very nice of them to come out and spend a little bit of time. It wasn't a big formal meet up but we'll have to do that added at some point because join poolside on the top of the hotel so the pool is an interesting thing. It's if you're not a hotel guest. There's quite a steep charge to use the pool guest guest so you can. I believe he can actually bring one guest but then there's a charge for your second-guessed. Oh okay so sir. That's when you said to Dave sorry Dave Tanya. Actually I did not realize this until the next day because otherwise it would have probably been worth the effort to try and out there but no we had a good time in the There's a couple of different places where you can enjoy a beverage. The Sunken Lounges Fun Retro E and they've got the old flight boards all set up to to change do different things and then you can go out on the constellation the Connie and it's all set up as a bar on the inside I'm so we had a couple of drinks out there actually just just a champagne toast I think and a lot of other interesting things just you can walk around the debt little bits and pieces set up where you can see some of the history of Twa the you know old uniform Slayton stuff and just bought the payback not the fabrics they printed it but never actually turned it down uniform but there is actually a blurb about it in the Little Museum area. It's definitely there so highly recommended if you're spending the night if you need to spend the night near the airport at JFK it's a great location if you're an Aggie if you need a room that overlooks the ramp and the runway that's awesome. I'm when you're there you can go up to the pool and the bar of their and overlooks most of terminal five and three three four me right our planes out. It was like a three forty six hundred convention will have like three of them parked ma'am. I didn't know they were really super long international terminal four. That's four yeah four okay yeah I was trying to think I know there's one number. That's kind of that. I think five is no longer. They're the no five is jet blue. Oh well. They reunited yeah. That's why I wasn't sure on numbering I should know because I flew into the one terminal on acme cme actually are beautiful pan. AM terminal was torn down a couple of years off. I don't know all I know is that I came in on an acme regional flight actually actually and we parked all the way the very end of the terminal. My bags arrived at the baggage claim well before I actually got there and I was the second person off the plane before yeah they really did. You just don't get enough exercise really run for those bags so speaking of that how so how was the run in Erie so it was just really a training run for me. It was actually a full on marathon that was happening. I did not run the full marathon 'cause I've been dealing with some combine our injuries so discussing with the the coach that I work with decided just to do one lap of the two lap course and run it out at goal pace and more or less was able to do that through about ten miles of the thirteen miles but pretty happy with that for for what I've been dealing with and trying to do recently that was okay so oh now you've got us up you were in New York and then you now is the reason why you stayed there is because you originally had planned to be there a little bit earlier in the UK but there some kind of an issue that prevented that not entirely so we plan to when we bought these trips so justice is not great. He's he has really hard time sleeping on airplanes especially for overnight flights or long distances. I don't personally don't really have that problem. I can sleep pretty much anywhere but I thought well. This'll be really nice. It's vacation. I'm going to book us a nice flight in business class with lie flat seats and just as one request was can we be on the airplane with the the fewest number of people and I was like we're talking like triple sevens and seven forty sevens here so we actually decide to fly out of New York before I actually looked at at all of the details of different plates just because there's a lot more options so I was like look we could do a daytime flight if you wanted to. We could do and evening play like let's I'm going to be in Pennsylvania anyway. It's a nice place to meet up. We'll collect ourselves there over the UK and then I went oh I know what we could do. Let me look into this so British. Airways has a flight on an eight three eighteen. There's all business class. It's only thirty two seats and if you book it for an advance it's usually not any more expensive than regular business. The Replacement Cosign for Dr Cohn Concord. I know which is very similar. We've given it the same call sign and now we have a eighteen as opposed to the conchords lying goes goes right into London said London City doesn't city and that's like you know we'll get to London city and then we have a few days before the goodwood revival starts so we could basically either stay in London name. We can go someplace else in Europe we could do anything from there is really easy to catch another flight somewhere well about two weeks before our plan travel. is when British Airways decided there was going on strike so yeah that unfortunately affected our outbound plate late was right in the middle of the street days so had to scramble a little bit so it didn't quite work out the way I planned we did end up down the back of a triple seven but okay Britt with a lot of other full flight yes and then we we ended up going to number for a few days to sightsee eighteen or excuse me what's Jesus did well dumb was is it wrapped in the sheep stomach now. This was fried fried. Hanging is actually really good. It was actually very tags on we had like a pulled pork sandwich and you could have a haggis spread one of the lake condiments on it. It was lovely beautiful city had had never been before it was nice to walk around for a few days and taking some of the sites but pretty much covers almost every I mean. Did you ever go back to work after we did the last uh. When did we do the last show? I don't know I dated Thursday last Thursday I did. I went to work on Friday. Okay okay there you the next week okay cool excellent any more I did also go to Niagara Falls. We Oh they really need to be doing is looking through all my photos that I've taken from the past now I had so I got to Erie Pennsylvania on Saturday afternoon and and had a few hours to kill like six or seven and I really didn't see any reason to stay in Erie since I wasn't really resting and preparing for a race per se they said you know I've never been to Niagara Falls. It's two hours away. I can get there before it's dark.
5 kids killed in fire at Pennsylvania day care center
"A daycare center in Erie Pennsylvania where children could stay overnight as their parents work was ravaged by a fire that killed five kids from eight months to seven years old correspondent Jason Carroll is there the fire broke out early Sunday morning and spread quickly at the Harris family day care neighbors were the first to Russian to try and help four of the children were
5 kids killed in fire at Pennsylvania day care center
"In early morning fire had a daycare center in Erie Pennsylvania leaves five children dead four of them are related theories fire chief guys say in tow talking about the victims for the children were not the owner of the day cares child there was somebody else's children one child was a day care owner starch about the victims ranging in age from eight months to seven years a woman who said she was the grandmother of four of the victims telling the Erie times news the kids staying at the day care because their parents were working
Erie Pennsylvania And University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Developing story in the past hour five young children are dead another is in stable condition one adult taken to university of Pittsburgh Medical Center in critical condition after a house fire in Erie Pennsylvania early this morning according to police no word yet on the relationship of the people to each other the address of the fire matches the address of a daycare but it's unclear victims live there or were there as part of the day