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Prosecutors await forensic analysis in Alec Baldwin shooting
"The investigation into the fatal shooting on the set of rust continues now the person in charge of that is explaining why This is a crime scene Okay everybody stop When New Mexico authorities first arrived on the rust set last October they immediately treated it as a crime scene but it remains to be seen whether criminal charges will result from the case The district attorney's office will make the final decision on that and as of now they say they still don't have all the information they need to make that call in a Facebook post the DA says her department is awaiting the analysis of key forensic evidence in the case that includes the prop gun that Alec Baldwin was holding when alive round killed cinematographer halyna Hutchins and wounded director Joel Souza the DA also wants to review data from Baldwin's cell phone plus information from the FBI and state medical examiners A Moscow's Gabriel
Venezuela's alarmingly low vaccine rate among worst in world
"Analysis of rare government data has found that Venezuela's vaccination crisis is getting worse The country is one of the worst in the world for inoculating children against serious diseases A child's piercing cry echoed inside a vaccination center in the country's capital Caracas Venezuela is struggling to vaccinate all of its children against some of the most potentially fatal illnesses public health officials blame the low vaccination rates on an unraveling healthcare system and roughly a decade of political unrest Venezuela is also banned from buying vaccines through a regional vaccine scheme at reasonable rates The ban was the result of an $11 million debt which came from a power struggle between the government and the U.S. backed opposition From the Pan American health organization hopes the situation will change soon And I hope also that in certain instances Venezuela would be able to pay for this theft So to increase the vaccination levels but because the recovery in many of those vaccines is unfortunately low
Fatal stabbing at Sweden annual event now labeled as terror
"The killing of a woman at an annual political event in Sweden earlier this month is now being investigated as an act of terror Sweden's domestic security agency says the 32 year old man who is in custody on suspicion of the July 6th stabbing is now suspected of terrorist crimes through murder and the agency has taken over the investigation Swedish broadcaster SVT has been reporting the suspect has links to a neo Nazi group the victim a medical doctor and psychiatric coordinator for Sweden's municipalities and regions was killed during an annual event in visby the main town of the island of gotland I'm Charles De
Former Japanese PM Abe Assassinated
"The former prime minister of Japan 67 year old Shinzo Abe shows the heavy new footage showing that his bodyguards tried to deflect the assassin's bullets with briefcases. As the former prime minister friezes when the first shot is fired, then slumps. When fatal bullets hit. Chilling photo also shows killer tetsuya yamagami. Calmly walking, calmly waiting behind Abbey as he prepares to attack. It's hard to imagine that there was a political intent he sounds like a crackpot.
If You Comply, You're Not Going to Get Shot
"Have. Here's our disagreement. You minimize the compliance issue and to me, compliance is everything. It's everything. I don't care if the person is white black or green. If they comply, they ain't gonna get shot. And yet you say there's a lack of compassion towards the black guy who is refusing to comply. And I guess I'll agree with you, Kim, because the bottom line is, you're right, a cop is not gonna give the black guy much compassion when he's fighting the black guy. For control of his gun. Or they're struggling or they're punching or they're running. If the white folks are running, if those white people are fighting, if they're not compliant, they're gonna get shot too. Now, I believe that you would say, no, they won't, because you said, I'm writing your words down. I really wanted to get your perspective and understand your perspective. And you believe that if a black person complies, they'll get shot to death anyway. And that's the disconnect because that's where I truly want to believe. That you're completely wrong. But you know, I don't know.
Caller: The White Suspect Complied With Police & Lives
"You know, I'm an American first and just happened to be a black citizen, okay? Right. But if this, the white boy who dressed in drag went and did a mask shooting, she evaded the police, he dressed as a woman, yet because he complied he gets to live. There's no urgency or the police. Do they not do they no longer consider him a threat after he just left a two year old parentless as an orphan because he did it a mass murder, not the black man. He gets to walk away, have a trial be treated as I call it with more kindness. And you're not talking to someone who doesn't support the police. My son in law is a police officer. Right. Now you're a black man who, you know, we can go into social economic situations, but that's not what the president said I'm going to tell you something. You are so right though, and I'm not going to disagree with you. Listen, I'm going to tell you right now. It's a powerful argument to say, look at these black suspects who are gunned down and look at the white suspects who get peacefully apprehended. So you're right. Go ahead. The black boy, he did not kill anyone. Did he evade the police? Yes, I'll take a note. Did the white boy invade the police? Yes. Did he shoot multiple multiple massacres? That's pure care. Wait a minute, wait a minute, wait a minute, but that's where we're going to have to differ. Hold on, link, 'cause you're on to something really important and I'm really wanting to agree with you and yet in your own position you've identified the difference because the difference is the black guy is running from the cops, the white guys on his belly with his hands up in the air. Right? Because he complied. Well, that's what I'm asking that's better.
Caller: It's Obvious You Always Comply With the Police
"I just I just want to say it's obvious you always comply with the police. They have a tough job. You always keep your hands on the steering wheel. You always are polite to them and their job is just so hard. I know. People can't imagine how tough a job is. I know. And they have to make split split second decisions if they don't get the decision right, then the police officer is dead. In the blink of an eye. Well, yeah, and people don't realize that these guys get dressed ever morning to save people's lives, not hurt them. They're the absolute heroes, but the question, I think for you and me, it's a given. We understand that you've got to comply with the police. Why is that message so hard to be conveyed?
Did Jayland Walker Shoot From His Vehicle?
"And the same argument is now being advanced in the shooting death of Jalen walker, the 25 year old in Akron, Ohio. He was, they were trying to pull him over for a traffic violation. He refused to stop, they pursued him, he slowed down, he left the car while it was still in motion, ran away from the police. He ran into a parking lot unarmed, they didn't know that. And he turns and they shot him 60 times. Now. If there's evidence that he fired from the car, that will go a long way towards exonerating the police. If there's not, if there's not evidence that he fired from the car, then I think these police are going to be in a lot of
The Narrative of Bad White Guys vs. Bad Black Guys
"You know, there's a powerful narrative that has emerged about how all these white bad guys, like the shooter and highland park, Illinois. Or the shooter in Charleston, South Carolina. That monster who massacred those black churchgoers at mother Emanuel church. They brought him or so the narrative goes, Burger King. In fact, the urban legend is they took that monster to Burger King. So he could get, I guess, a whopper before they took him to prison. They didn't take him to Burger King, but as they were interrogating him, and he had gone hours and hours without eating. They brought him food. And the narrative for a lot of people is, look at that. They're bringing the white guy Burger King in jail. And the black guy in Akron, Ohio gets shot 60 times.
Akron Police Did Not Need to Shoot 60 Times
"The shooting in Akron, Ohio, of the young man who was shot 60 times by the police after he led them on a high speed chase. And I'm following this story and I'm watching it and they've got I know there's been rioting and protests in the city. I've been hearing from a lot of Akron listeners and the takeaway is that the police didn't need to shoot him 60 times. He was actually shot 9, they fired 90 rounds, 60 of them. Found their mark. Video is very hard to follow. I mean, very hard to watch. It's disturbing. And it was a bizarre story because the young man as I understand it wasn't armed when he was shot, but he was armed when he led the police on the chase.
Prosecutor: Fatal Italy avalanche likely unpredictable event
"The Italian rescue service is back searching for bodies three days after a massive piece of Alpine glacier broke off and killed hikers Mauricio de Antonio from the Alpine rescue service says his teams continue with aerial search operations using drones trying to find more elements that could help reconstruct what happened and also to give a more certain answer to the relatives who are still waiting for information 7 hikers died and several others are unaccounted for after large chunks of ice and rock from the marmal iglesia sped down the mountain in an avalanche on Sunday The experts say such teams can not go in on the ground as a terrain is still too dangerous I'm Charles De
Iran removing 27 U.N. cameras monitoring nuclear activity in possible 'fatal blow' to reviving deal, U.N. says
"The United Nations nuclear watchdog agency has said that Iran is removing 27 surveillance cameras from nuclear sites in the country the director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency Rafael Mariano grossi called the move of fatal blow to nuclear deal negotiations with world powers grocery explained that the cameras were essential to IAEA monitoring of the nuclear program Of course poses a serious challenge to our ability to continue working their crossy also warned that in three to four weeks the IAEA would be unable to maintain a continuity of knowledge about Iran's program I am Karen Chammas
How Elites Exert Power During a 'Crisis' With Marc Morano
"The elite quote unquote, we shouldn't call them that, but the people who are in power, they really believe this line from Obama's former chief of staff, rahm Emanuel, that a crisis is great. You know, you can't get baby formula. Well, we should go vegan. Gases at $8 in California. I would just go to buy electric vehicles. For them, a crisis is a good thing because it means they can exert more power, correct? It is. And if you go back even to the words of Vladimir Lenin, the worst, the better. And I did some historical research to make sure that quote, it's generally attributed to him. And, you know, before the Russian Revolution, the worst they can make it the better. You have to break a few eggs to make an omelet. Break some shells. And what Biden's basically saying there and what his cabinet agencies saying, what his appointee who actually said, kids don't need the clothes on their back because they're not going to have a future unless we deal with climate change. They're offering up their Green New Deal as a sort of chemotherapy for this fatal cancer that we face of climate change. And this is literally how they think. So we should be welcoming this pain of the Biden administration, which is offering mega dose of chemotherapy, but there's one problem. The chemotherapy is not going to work because we don't have the condition that is being we were diagnosed with. And that's why every cabinet appointing a Biden now is praising the pain that Americans are going through because in the words of, I think it was the Norwegian finance minister in Davos last week. It's so worth it to be suffering like this because it's a transition that needs to happen. So when your hair is falling out and you're vomiting from chemo, the idea is you're supposed to keep your eye on the prize and the prize is living in this case, they're telling us wrongly that we have to go through this pain in order to save ourselves and our children from the climate apocalypse that's coming. That's literally their logic and reasoning. It's scientific
Dan Bongino Addresses Note by Non-Listener Named 'Rusty'
"Here's a guy by the name of rusty Good afternoon Dan I was listening to your show earlier this afternoon And it's the first time I can remember being pissed off as hell at you for defending these officers Whoever I'm out of here okay Ross all right buddy Okay you got it pal Listen this is an easy job Okay I talk for a living I don't drive a truck I don't build houses I'm not a Carpenter I'm out of control Construction works actually most dangerous job in America even it can be even more dangerous and policing in many circumstances you know But I'm going to tell you if you ever decide to get into this line of work It is one of the most frustrating things I've ever done in my life It doesn't matter You could say listen I really really love the color black I love black And someone will hear Dan you're crapping all over black F is wrong with you bro blacks to cool me you're like hot why What Rusty Tune out please the show's not for you I don't know if it's a cerebral cortex issue I'm not kidding The show's not for you I'm not in this for the ratings or the dough I don't care Just tune out Please tune out You're clearly not capable of processing information The guy on the scene is I repeated multiple times made a fatal call where people were killed I'm trying to give you some insight as to why 19 others didn't override the call Based on how they're trained and after I said what Jim ten times I definitely not defending this You can't believe you defending this bro I can't believe rusty tune out Ben shows enough for you
Husband of teacher slain in Uvalde shooting suffers fatal heart attack: Reports
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting a broken hearted husband dies after his wife was slain in the Texas school rampage A family member says 50 year old Joe Garcia whose wife fourth grade teacher Irma Garcia was killed in her classroom in Tuesday's attack in ivaldi Texas died Thursday of a heart attack His nephew John Martinez told The New York Times Garcia had dropped off flowers at his wife's memorial and pretty much just fell over after returning home The archdiocese of San Antonio and the rushing estes Knowles mortuary confirmed Joe Garcia's death to The Associated Press The Garcia's had been married for 24 years and
Police ID suspect in fatal New York City subway shooting
"New York City police identify a suspect responsible for the unprovoked fatal shooting of a passenger aboard a subway train Andrew Abdullah is wanted by police who tweeted a photo of the 25 year old court record show he has two open criminal cases and several arrests On Sunday just before noon 48 year old Daniel Enrique was on his way to brunch from his park slope Brooklyn home on the last car of the Q trade as it was crossing the Manhattan bridge police say witnesses tell them the suspect Abdullah was pacing the train then stopped in front of Enrique took out a gun and shot him in the chest When the train got to canal he took off mayor Eric Adams The city must be safe And that is what I must do as the mayor of the city Julie Walker New York
EXPLAINER: What is monkeypox and where is it spreading?
"We're learning more about monkeypox where is it and how serious is it First of all your risk of getting monkeypox is low say officials In the past few days they've identified more than 100 cases of monkeypox in Europe North America Israel and Australia Most of the known cases in Europe have been among men who have sex with men You can be infected though through close contact with a sick person Their clothing or bed sheets But most people recover within a month or less without needing to be hospitalized Monkeypox can be fatal though in up to 6% of cases There are vaccines smallpox vaccines are effective against monkeypox and antiviral drugs are also being developed I'm Rita foley
Parishioners subdue gunman in fatal California church attack
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"fatal " Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS
"But in explaining its decision not to ground the plane the epa said in its statement that the actual risk at the time. Considering the number of planes in the air was as close to zero as their calculations allowed the agency had given boeing one hundred fifty days to fix 'em cash and issued official directors two pilots. They were gambling. They were betting against time that they would have a fixed 'em casts before the next crash happened and unfortunately they lost that that. Not everyone within the faa agreed with the agencies gamble people to quickly jump to that conclusion that the pilot should have been able to figure out what's going wrong and be able to intervene properly faa engineer. Joe jacobson examined the data from the lion. Air crash and quickly raised concerns about the safety of the max. This is his first on camera interview. I was pointing out a design flaw purposely designed and certified to use only one input to drive 'em cast to move the horizontal stabiliser. Too high rate talk to three managers. This is a design flaw. They were skeptical. Not really by in san. The pilots should have been able to intervene. It's a failure. Our job is aviation safety and when airplanes go down we feel a a real personal sense of loss and remorse and failure and it affects a lot of in the fall of two thousand nineteen. Where the max. Having been grounded for seven months congressional investigators released internal communications. They've found during their investigation. Pilots working for boeing right about problems with the system two years before the first fatal crash offered further evidence of the company's attempt to avoid pilot training for the max. Then we got the messages. And i remember. It wasn't my kitchen because it was mark. Faulkner in one. Document the former boeing pilot. Who had written notes assuring cast would not be put in training manuals joked about swaying regulators with jedi mind tricking. Other documents released later even showed faulkner dismissing the idea of pilot training for lionair. David gallus when lion air. The airline that ultimately flew the first plane that crashed was asking for simulator training. He was disparaging then to his colleagues calling them. Stupid congressman peter defazio. I mean seriously that ever crossed their minds that they were gonna let something go into the air. That could potentially kill boeing ceo. Dennis muhlenberg appeared before congress is expected to acknowledge. This company made mistakes in. And here's the first time this guy's in the hot seat the by then he'd become the face of the seven thirty-seven max crisis if you mountainous committee a long time. We have never undertaken an investigation of this magnitude. We intentionally put the family's close to the witness. They're the victims here and it should be like you know a trial in court Where you get to face the person who you know who committed a violent act. Committee confronted wallenberg with an array of internal boeing documents. The next slide. The shows that boeing became aware that the disagree wasn't this that boeing understood. How important of highlights didn't know about this is unexcelled. Marketing representatives emphasized to potential customers that faa had reduced the length of pilot training that reaction time scenario ten seconds from the failure to be catastrophic for those families. The pain of this was accentuated. Because this evidence that was going up on the screen was information that they felt that. Mr malmberg could've used to inform his decision about keeping the plane in the air or not. We do know that boeing engineers actually proposed placing a nunciature in the cockpit. Vulnerable to a single. Aoa sensor failure now as you emphasize flight control will now compare inputs from both ama sensors. I guess the question is why wasn't it that way from day. One it mr chairman. We've asked ourselves that same question over and over and if if back then we knew everything that we know now we would have made a different decision. Nadia miller on she was radiating with anger over. This is come to the point where you're not the person anymore to solve the situation. I wanna say it to you directly. I don't think you understand what we're saying. She was right in front of him. The ceo of what is one of the most important american companies most important companies in the world in the end in march of looking in the eyes of the mother of a young woman who died on his airplane. Nadia miller on. I know that she wasn't afraid of flying at all until the last six minutes of her life. That's.
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"All the spelling are deeply sorry for the loss of life in the ethiopians airlines flight. Three oh two and line air flight. Six ten accidents boeing ceo. Dennis muhlenberg latched onto findings that inexperience and lack of training. Were part of a chain of events that led to the crashes. It was a controversial position. Understand that these airplanes are flown in the hands of pilots and in some cases are system. Safety analysis includes not only the engineering design but also the actions that pilots would take As as part of a failure. Scenario that boeing's contention from the beginning was that even though the pilots did not know that existed that they did not need to know that and in some cases those procedures were not completely followed. So boeing believed that the pilots should have been able to realize that it was very similar to a runaway stabiliser situation. Runaway stabiliser is an aviation term for a malfunctioning stabiliser. After the lion aircrash boeing had issued a directive to pilots to be aware of this possibility and told them what to do. Or if it happened. Put natalie kickoff when that part of the tail was not acting the way that it should be you take manual control of it. The pilots could have stopped roller coaster. Ride by turning these two switches off reporter jack necas to shut off power to the stabiliser started for moving on its own and then you start cranking a wheel in the cockpit that literally will manually move the stabiliser back to where you want it to move. The issue was were there things happening inside the cockpit. That might have made that harder to do. That's what we were asking reporter. David jealous when we finally got the preliminary black box data from the ethiopian crash. We call it a dennis asure on american airlines seven thirty seven pilot and send him the data and we read through it together. My mission was to provide them. I'm in the cockpit. I see what's happening now so we walked through each line and i had no idea what was in it. I knew that the crew had an experienced captain and a lesser experienced. First officer we go second-by-second through the few minutes of this fight going through the steps that the pilots had taken. And saying yep. I would have done that. I would have done that soon as they lift off the ground. All these different alerts started popping up. The airspeed was unreliable. The altitude was showing unreliable. There were alerts related to that. But they bring the gear up and they continue to climb out two minutes into the flight based on faulty data from the aoa censor 'em kaz kicked him began pushing the nose down and i have very clear memory of noting a time mark were the first officer is quoted as saying stabbed trim cutout switches which takes the weapon away from them. Which is what. Boeing told us to do that. I have to confess. Probably swore. I said the kid got it right. Got it right. What had happened was the pilots did do what they were supposed to do. They had cut the 'electricity off thing. They hit these switches and they tried to take manual control. The first officer is reaching to this large wheel on his left. And that's the manual trim wheel and trying to turn it. It's like lifting up a ten ton bucket of cement out of a deep well. Problem was at that point. The plane was going so fast that even after they took manual control they could not physically get the plane to right itself. They shouldn't have been going that fast terrain and they're continuing to accelerate towards the ground. The ground is approaching them then with no apparent recourse. The pilots reached for the stabilisers switches. I'm yelling into the cockpit. Do that and i don't know what they're facing. Cash was reactivated. 'em says hey i'm back on here. We go and now the airplane is in your full nose down trim and you can pull back forever and there's not enough. We meddle in the back of the airplane to make that airplane come up to a terrain terrain. Oh oh mother of crash. Victim nadia miller on. She died when she was twenty four. It's unbearable but she's not with us. And the only thing i can do is try to prevent this for other people about four months after the ethiopian airlines crash. Family of siamese to mow was about to receive news. They would find bewilder here eating dinner. And i hadn't looked at my phone for a long time and it was blowing up. Senator susan collins. We are joined today by ally. Jeremy the associate administrator for aviation safety german golan ranking member. There were families from kenya from ethiopia from all over saying who is this ali. Bajrami continue to validate boeing's suffer modification to the m. cast in the faa's ali bahrami had been called before congress where he was questioned about revelations the faa had known there was a risk of another max crashing after lionair if the agency's own analysis found 'em cass to be an unacceptable risk. Why did the faa not take immediate action to address those risks. The families hadn't known napa before they didn't know that the safety agency ambled with passenger lives. We knew that eventual solution would be to have the modification and based on our risk assessment. We felt that this has sufficient time to be able to do vacation In you know and and get the final fix after the lion air crash the faa had conducted analysis of the likelihood of another seven. Thirty seven max crashing. The worst case scenario was grim transportation. Committee investigator pasternack. They looked at the probability that there could be another crash of a seven thirty seven. Max if the fa didn't do anything to 'em cass and just let the plane keep flying and what bet assessment showed was fa predicted. There could potentially be fifteen more fatal accidents of seven thirty seven. Max aircraft over the life span of the fleet about one crash every other year.
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"When boeing engineers expanded the caste system they included a feature that would make it particularly dangerous. Planes have millions of parts in them. And there's one little one on the seven thirty seven that sticks out the fuselage that little black circle there that has called the angle attack sensor on the seven thirty-seven seven max. It had the power to trigger 'em cash reporter teams glance miss the center that is one of the crucial parameters to the computer to tell the plane that in a perilous condition. Jack necas dangled attack sensor would activate emphasis by telling the system that the plane's nose was too high. And then m cast. We try to push the nose down david jealous. But if this sensor is broken for whatever reason them cass never realizes and so it keeps pushing the nose. The plane down over and over again. Congressional investigators would later find documents. Showing that boeing engineers had raised this very concerned. Doug pasternak an engineer as what if we have a faulty sensor because a oa sensors are known to be faulty. You know what happens to the airplane. So you have those concerns raised. When the response is again from boeing engineers was to essentially dismiss those move. Boeing began delivering the new seven. Thirty seven max. In mid twenty-seven at outset seven. Thirty seven max. Arguably one of boeing's biggest successes it had become its bestselling jet evert advanced. Sales were estimated at three hundred. Seventy billion dollars. American had orders for one hundred. Southwest airlines for two hundred boeing had focused especially hard on selling developing markets in asia. Where lion air's parent company became the first customer to fly the seven thirty seven mouths signing an agreement worth more than twenty billion dollars airlines loved. It there was a years long waiting list. To get one but boeing signature. New jet had a fatal flaw breaking news. These search for wreckage is underway after a passenger jet with one hundred eighty. Nine people on board crashed a lion air flowing. Seventy thirty seven. Nearly brand new boeing seven investigators from the us national transportation safety board contributed to an analysis of what led to the lion. Air crash dana schultz. Ntsb leading up to the lion. Air accident the angle of attack. Probe it self was miscalculated. The maintenance crew was not able to properly identify this miscalculation but angled overtax censor sent bad data to 'em cast. The plane thought. It was a stall because of bad information as a consequence of this angle of attack. Data air the end cass activated. When it really shouldn't have david callous. Five months later almost the exact same thing happens halfway across the world. New seven thirty-seven max. Eight jetliner crashed today. Best gators say that flight had similar problems to the line aircrash. Once again the angle of attack sensor is malfunctioning but there is this question now about systems within the m hadn't been on those planes. Those planes wouldn't have crashed. It's that simple. All mourns one hundred sixty seven people killed in the sandy crash. Relative.
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"A short time after this. First maiden flight ed wilson he and his co-pilot start to realize that the seven thirty seven max is not handling smoothly as it should in certain low-speed situations it shortly after takeoff. It's still kinda climbing to ascend. It's not going full. Speed growing engineers had an idea for how to deal with this. They know about him. And they know that case was actually used for a similar situation and these high speed maneuvers. And so theoretically m cass could also be used in these other situations to also smooth out the head crucially. It's already been created. It's already been approved and it's something that we just apply to a different phase flight. It's actually a pretty easy. Fix this ends up being an extremely fateful decision. They enable the stabiliser to move much more actually four times as much now. The systems designed for low speed situations like just after takeoff and after off is when the plane is still only a few thousand feet over the ground that means you have much less room for error tap winning in automated fashion and repeated fashion this fundamentally changes m s it makes it much more aggressive much more risky. It's a far more dangerous system. Boeing was doubling down on the system expanding it despite the earlier catastrophic result in a simulator touched the times reporting. On 'em focused on a former boeing pilot. I started to hear about a pilot at boeing. Whose name was mark faulkner. He came up through the air force academy he flew for alaska airlines and he became the chief technical pilot for the seven thirty seven. He played a definitive role in making sure that there was minimal pilot training on the max host transportation committee investigator doug pasternak boeing released to our committee instant messages and emails from more four cnor and some of his colleagues in one of these emails that more fortner sent out he says i want to stress importance of holding firm that there will not be any type of simulator training required to transition to max. And he said quote. Boeing won't allow back to happen reporter. David gallus he was this key liaison between the company and the faa. He was the person who personally emailed the faa asking for 'em to removed from the pilot menu. That was an important piece of this. Because we understood that the faa really didn't know that cass became more powerful. He was speaking absolutely on behalf of the company. This is not some low level employee and he was asking for something that was really quite substantial that a new piece of software that made the plane behave in ways that a previously hadn't be concealed from the pilots. This is where the commercial pressures from the executive level. Come right down to the development of the airplane. Mark fork nurse certainly was not alone actor and what he did aid. He was following. Through a policy by boeing to ensure that the program did not have to put pilot's in flight simulator. It got to the point where mark faulkner got an award for keeping training on the seven. Thirty seven max to a minimum nearly eight months after requesting that m. caspi removed from pilot training manuals. Faulkner texted a colleague with a shocking realization. This appears to be the moment where mark faulkner learns that em case has been expanded. He writes in that message. I basically lied to the regulators unknowingly. But he never went back and corrected the record. He never went back and fixed the error mark fork. Cnor wouldn't speak to us but his lawyer told the times reporters that his communications with the faa were honest on that.
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"To keep people safe that instead lead to their deaths sometimes.
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"Jakarta indonesia october twenty eighteen aviation analyst jerry socia- von on the morning of the on the line. I was woken up by a colleague who alerted me. That align aircraft crashed is that it's the max and i was surprised because he was a new aircraft by company provided the air data for aircraft flying around jakarta area so i went to the computer looked at a date that he was immediately apparent. That is was wrong. The plane went up to about two thousand feet just over a minute after takeoff and the plane had a bit of a dive and then the plane climbed to about five thousand feet. But then i five thousand feet. Claims fluctuating up and down. They started diving it. It just didn't make sense. You don't see planes diving on departure. I was baffled. Why did it go. Now light stacy's six ten when missing from radar. One hundred eighty nine people were killed in the crash of lion air flight. Six ten the boeing seven. Three seven max. As the plane was a new boeing seven thirty-seven marks. What do we know about this. 737 max. Eight sherline jeddah boeing history. Just introduced the year before. We don't know what caused this crash upright through the evening. It applied dodd recorded. Holds many of the caves. The data from the black box quickly got to faa engineers in the united states in seattle washington former faa engineer. Joe jacobson but there is a purity of this data comes directly from the black boxes so it's recording airspeed altitude data showed what appeared to be a glitch something repeatedly moving part of the plane's tail controlling it's pitch didn't take long and just a couple of minutes to see that there was rapid movement of the horizontal stabilizer. Probably the fastest way to kill yourself in. An airplane is to have the stabiliser malfunction in city new york times reporter. James plans by spine literally tangled. When i saw the traces from the black box the plane continually tried to push the nose down and the highlights were trying over and over again to stop the plane and in the end they lose that battle what boeing had not told airlines or their pilots was that it had put a powerful software system on the new airplane in the lion hair crash. This system was receiving incorrect information. And that made a plane dive straight downward and destroy itself inside boeing. They quickly diagnosed the problem and began working on a fix but they stood by. The max has hundreds of them took to the air around the world carrying thousands of passengers. Company alerted pilots about handling potential malfunction blowing in the faa today warned airlines that sensors on seven thirty-seven max. Eight jets bell function following a foam advisory in spain issued to the pilots new york. Times reporter natalie. The reporting showed boeing knew that it was risky but their response was to blame. The pilots pilots did not into cutoff. Switches boeing says. That action was part of well established protocols for all seven thirty seven and that led to a series of decisions that kept the plane in the air and then we got another crash breaking news out of ethiopia where a plane went down european airlines flight three. Oh two on its way to nairobi from ati saba. Seven thirty seven max. Abe jetliner crashed minutes after taking off through crushes. The same plan three hundred forty six people killed an iconic american companies reputation in tatters. The story of the boeing. Seven thirty seven. Max would end up exposing corporate deception and a broken regulatory process but at the center was a software system supposed.
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"A fantasy world she's delusional. That's the word. Are you ready for some rapid fire questions. I have for you in the quality of ben and dan's marriage would beth. I'm sorry beth in dan's mirror okay. Well take. I'm trying to get into the of dan like it. Looks so perfect as a viewer. But dan can't do this without it. Being a little imperfect does not true. Todd that's not true at all you've read a stair pearls work. People don't always have sex with other people because they're unhappy in their marriages. I mean every every marriage has challenges. I'm not saying nobody's marriage is perfect but people have sex with other people because they are unhappy in themselves. They feel like they're looking for someone to make them feel a different way so instead i should rephrase that question. Forget about quality of ben. In a beth and dan's marriage. Keep saying ben. Because i'm reading my notes and it says ben Quality of dan's self-esteem challenge. I wouldn't bring back into this equation. I e the sometimes. I'm not saying all the time. Sometimes a marriage can be unhappy. And it's a sexless marriage and then somebody has sex with someone else that can happen to but you know what i'm talking about stare pearls work. It's all about why someone stray and sometimes it has nothing to do with the partner. They're whitten it's about the fact that they want to feel differently in this person makes them feel younger more alive. It's more new And they access a part of themselves that they've missed. That's a really important distinction. Yeah so yeah. My question was misguided her instead of his really all. It's his own inner journey. There's something that he doesn't feel it himself and he wants to feel it through instead of. There's an excitement that alex has the bath is and we could. I don't wanna go too far down this path but you know. Alex is a single high profile. Working woman. Beth is a stay at home. Mom who's fixing up. The house one feels exciting. One feels just safe and mixed question. What preceded alex's love life saved from the ages of twenty to thirty seven my biggest question about this movie. that's what i was saying before about when. She says she has the miscarriage. I'm like who did date didn't she. Yeah like didn't she. I made to believe that she had a completely normal re intimate relational life with whomever beforehand. And then this one with. Dan is the one that went back. Did she have a bunch of bad ones before that we could talk about. Would it have gone this way. She hadn't gotten pregnant could she let go if she hadn't gotten pregnant Or was this what she did in all relationships and dudes just eventually moved or something. What are the odds of alex. Not having some childhood trauma. Oh she had. Childhood trauma is almost a certainty. Even if it wasn't even if it was just seeing her dad die at a young age. Maybe she wasn't physically abused or even emotionally abuse but she experienced something that she obviously was not able to integrate. What is herman. Munster the waitress from cocktail nj crews inskeep doing in this movie. Todd like having all these like oh. There's extra i think actually said that sentence where michael douglas's walking up the stairs with herman munster we're like what's the waitress from cocktail. The blonde waitress from cocktail waitress from cocktail. Tgi fridays with young mischief nine again. I don't remember the waitress from. She is the her. You know the the double date they go bowling that woman. Some talking about Fatal attraction here right the double date with their friends old that well that blocks hilda. She's the one who called and wanted to the she was. Hillary is one of the waitresses in cocktails. Then jane krizan ski has like for those of you who jane kaczynski. She was in thirty rock. And she's an you know kimmy schmidt and she was in vacation and everything but she has like a two second leg of you weren't looking for you would know todd actually said to me. Look the babysitter is yes and he goes in. That's her only seen those are good. Yeah if dandan stay the night after. She slit her wrists. Would she have let him go well if he left after. She slit her wrists than he's a monster. I'm not saying that's not the question. The question is let's say that she takes her own wrists up. Would that have made dan more Would she have interrupted his quicker and more forcefully or would she like screw this guy. Well i think she still would have been pregnant and so there is a possibility. I think that would have been more monstrous. Where does one get battery acid deficit. We were like so this scene that we were talking about where his alex throws battery acid on his car. We're like where does she get that like. She come up with the idea to boil the rabbit right like wh what in. And obviously that's showing us. The turbine is is not in great shape. But yeah it's rough sweetie kinna marriage survive in a fair. Yeah absolutely. I don't know in this story if why bath would want to forgive him because she she has now killed somebody And it's pretty bad like the final scene is them happy in a picture and them walking away and i think this is what i think that they would need about a month to be together to get through this trauma and then i hope that she'd be like ellen and i are gonna take some time away away because you know we didn't even talk about why ellen didn't wake up or maybe she was awake. That was one of my. Yeah she yeah. She's probably should've will she. Probably should it. Considering the police came afterwards also Ellen could ask for ten more animals damn what it said yes yes. She could have had a farm in that house. This is kind of a weird question. Don't even know if it's worth asking. But i'll ask. How does one apologize for an affair. I don't know i mean it's i think. Well actually i do know. Every situation is different and and i don't want to be too general here but taking responsibility Without blaming the other person for that choice Allowing the person that you want to have forgive you your partner talk about it and ask as many questions as they need validating their experience and giving them time and these are the tools like and by you know go by ezra pearls book yes Obviously there's no logic to kidnapping. But what's alex's plan regarding the carnival kidnapped it's it's an it's an underhanded threat it's a. I have access to your family or her. I think through alex's mind if we're going with the alternate ending where she's just a lonely woman who eventually going to take her own life I think she's trying to be part of his life and she sang. Look at how. I can take your daughter on a fun ride now. I'm not saying that's correct. But she's not thinking straight. Is the movie better with this. New ending with the ending that they ended with The movie does what a nineteen eighty. Seven movie is supposed to do which wraps up all the loose ends tizen. Abo- highs in abo- makes you cheer for an archer. The stay at home mom who is always there. And who you know that cnn. I i always laugh at the scene. Where alex indiana talking on the phone. And dan said i told beth about us. And she's like. I don't believe you and beth gets on the phone and does her. This is beth gallagher. If know if you if you come near my family again i'll kill. You do understand So all of a sudden. She's like the protagonist right. She's the one where we're like. This woman is on fire The now if they redid this movie and we're more thoughtful about mental illness and what it really looks like and didn't make it into some kind of trope you know like where they actually told it like a real story. Then madam butterfly ending makes a lot more sense. Are you ready for the beth. Gallagher quote this.
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"Is the top of her being like self-possessed or being in control or being like typical. I don't like the word normal but you know and from then on it starts to get a little challenging. She's you know she's at the meeting that morning. She seemed like a normal person. Editor for publisher. Like she's got a big job and that's why this is an interesting story because she seems so normal and she obviously was not right and we start to get into that later so they may cut really quickly to them at her apartment. And i even said to todd wait. Did you fast forward. Because it's such a quick cut And so their whole big sexy and that's kind of Famous the sink in the water and all that kind of stuff. Which i found out was a last minute. Change like they were like. Apparently adrian line is not an easy guy to Follow because he kind of goes with however he's feeling in that moment so apparently all these whatever set designers. Were getting the the bedroom set up for the day. You know what we're going over it's going to be in the kitchen rates. And that was an unplanned thing. He just kind of so. That was a very spontaneous decision. And it's impactful sex scene because it's so different exactly there's actually like dishes there So because we're talking about adrian line so do remember. Fox's from nineteen eighty. What does the fox say. No not that one. It's it again talking about the movie channel and nas having access to movies jodie foster scott bail and never so okay Flashdance nine and a half weeks this fatal attraction of course jacob's ladder. Oh he treats ladder Indecent proposal lolita unfaithful which is one of our favorites and then deep water. Which i never saw so adrian line has. He's he's got a he's got a thing i he's doing a movie this year with Ben affleck and annahda armas or. I can't remember the lady from nike out. Yeah i think they've got one coming up but anyway so he's you know and all. Those movies has pretty significant sex scenes for sure. Nine and a half weeks is like one of the most famous movies with sex scenes. They cut a bunch of stuff out to make it rated r. Like it was nice weeks. Here's more stuff out there. Okay so the next obvious mistake for dan is having sex having the affair But then the next big mistake is you know you just want him to make the right decision. Like okay just go. It's done you've had your fun. Go home and she's like something like do you go salsa dancing. She said how much energy do you have. Yes that's what she says to him. Yes and they go dancing. Which which all of a sudden it's like this is no longer a momentary lapse of reason. This is a date date yet. We're trying to figure out the time line. We're like okay. They left a work meeting. They went to dinner and they went to her house. What time was it like. What time are they finishing. I'm guessing they went to dinner at five okay. They did their sex at seven. By eight o'clock. There salsa dancing yes and then after they dance and they go into elevator they have another sexy right the elevator and then he goes back into her apartment back in any sleep sleep over. So that's the next mistake right. You go salsa dancing. The elevator not a great idea and somebody walks by and sees them yes and then spend the night he spends a night. he goes home to try to get. Get some work done so far. Dana's losing dan's losing. So yes so. We don't see when he leaves always see. Is that him going out the door. We don't see him saying goodbye. It's dawn morning writes a note. Yes so we don't know that yet. We don't know that she's the this is the first indication like something is up and i kind of want to find it. Where are you got scared. You weren't here. I didn't like that yet so he goes home. He's at home he's been home. Maybe an hour breath calls. You know. And i'm sure he feels horrible because he's talking to his wife and his daughter and he realizes what a jerky is and then she calls she get his number. He left his number on the piece of paper. Oh so well. there's mistake another mistake. Dan seriously losing six making lots of mistakes so he leaves number. She calls like you said she says i was worried or whatever and then he says but i left a note but see. That doesn't make sense because if she didn't see the note how did she get his number. I got it right here okay..
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"Third we go. Lenny todd atom and this is adam. Welcome back to another episode of pop culturing movies and tv through a genetics perspective. That i get that right. I think he did close enough Today we're gonna talk about a little movie. I like to call fatal attraction from one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. Hold where you one thousand nine hundred eighty seven so that would be. I was a sophomore in high school. Sounds about right. You see in the theater. Gosh i don't remember. I think i did. I think i did with my dad. Oh god right. Not comfortable on. My parents were going through divorce or separated or we're fighting at the time. So yeah lots of layers. Yeah that's a too intense. I don't think. I saw it with a parent but i may have seen it in the theater. There's so much buzz around it sweetie. My dad took me to seattle. Attraction of my mom sat down and said let's watch the burning bed and then your mom took your sister to see about last night. Yes and then. Your parents went to an officer and a gentleman together. oh they did or not they. Your dad likes to talk about how they went to that movie. and then they became. Intimate afterwards. t. m. i. Thanks dad tmi and there was something else i was going to say about. Oh and i got to see animals when it came out. And i was like whatever and saturday night. Fever like seventy seven years old so i turned out. Ok well yeah did not perfect by any no. I think there is like aids. Kids were like we talk about. How gen z gets to watch everything online answer. We were kind of the beginning of that. Because you know not only getting into the theater and seeing an r. movie but the movie channel came around when i was about in fifth grade. And then we got. Hbo cinemax. and it's called skimming max and so basically just watching a movie on your tv at home. Became a thing. And then betamax or beta tapes. And what are they called those big discs laser discs boy. We're so old. So yes this movie. I saw theater but i can't remember but i know i saw many many times after because it was a huge like Academy award movie. It got seven. Nominations pretty big. It didn't win any of them yet. That seven nominations so just to bring everybody back. We're gonna play a little bit of the trailer sweetie you give me the heave ho. Sai when think we're done with the trailer a look that led to an evening chat to tell her the party. that was obviously. You're out for the night. that's also a mistake. He'd regret all his life. And where's your wife and your hearing strange girl being naughty boy. I don't think having dinner with anybody's crime. I got to see this going to stop. It's not gonna stop it's gonna go on and nausea keeps calling the apartment retype advanced approaching exit. Scared jimmy play fair with me. To with fam-. I am company in my family again. I'll kill you understand. I'm not going to be ignored. Where's ellen she's gone. Whatever resentment she's feeling probably got it out of the system. What if she didn't give out of resistant fatal attraction. You get away with it. Well you can that. My blood pressure goes up not going to be ignored. Todd i so. I think this movie is is meant to induce stress for everybody. It's like a thriller thrillers. Do they make you strands suspenseful. But as i remember even like watching this as a young man or an old boy i dunno nineteen eighty seven. I was says old boy. Oh boy fifteen years old. I was an old boy. You were you were a young man old boys he says old boy i said i. I am part of somebody. Okay but and i'm not a cheater. I've been loyal to my wife but even knowing that it makes me like feel like i'm in it like i did something wrong. This movie is captivating and makes me feel like. I am in this horrible mess and i feel like watching the movie like a bad dream it is. I was just going to say this. Todd and i watched this movie the other night and we actually brought our rabbit downstairs to watch with us. You know we got a picture of me with the rabbit. Not during the rabbit seal. I posted the picture on instagram. So everyone can see but we covered. Smokey's is so she didn't see. We actually fast forward through it. Smokey to see that well. I wanna see whitey. In the who's that the name of the rabbit weighty weighty ellen didn't really go very far to figure out what we're going to name that there will be zero ripping on ellen during this this discussion because alan is my favorite character of all time. I had my notes. You said something like this movie should just be called ellen. Okay so this is hard to watch suspenseful everything but if you just want to see a great kid actor who is adorable. Go back and watch snaps. She's like she's right up there with jonathan. Jonathan lipinski is far as cuteness. One hundred percent and jonathan pinski. Is that his name from jerry jerry. Maguire who's cuter. Well i mean it's it's now get enough as noth- lines. Yeah i think she has one long scene where she's talking to her dad on the phone and she could not be cuter otherwise she just gets really quick. You know little comments you know like when she wants rabbit but anyway. We watched this movie. And i kept saying to todd like once. He makes that decision to sleep with this woman. It's so all downhill from there in like meaning that he there is no way out. And that's kind of y when you're watching it and initially it's just kind of like. Oh she keeps calling keeps showing up and he's kind of annoyed and and she'll show up but then be like okay. I i really won't show up again. And then it gets progressively worse. And you're you're so in his body because he's like watching his wife who's played by an archer and his daughter ellen. Who is the star of the movie and you just are feeling how. How much regrets that choice. How like he's looking at his family going in that one night or ends up being to really the where i wanna frame. The shows us we frame of by best scene or something like that instead. I want to frame it using two parallel tracks. Okay let's do that. The first track is signs that she's not right and talking about alex. We're let me say this. I know what todd doing here but we are going to focus on that. This was not all right. The second track is rating.
"fatal " Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"And it up on that's right double. The points double raise in about the race so far is basically to oh. She had a gave me so she can go on bond around and keep that same energy Matuyama Tra Let's see Mombasa iphone from online selling ends up with two Abbas so clean is falling. You'll ever get you know funny as she got it to yourself and then Samsung people as being had to ours Mrs fans like you know the two worlds so came in with the with the last Samsung Galaxy. Samantha Power Is Michigan Mile. Who says yeah you guys are behind? Santa Pal is Michigan. Mom who says she was just trying to buy data alcohol and she ended up getting scam. A few weeks ago passed as you may a deal with Celena loan apple on the APP. Let go they communicate. It didn't go all right. That's not a good nasal APP. Let go they communicate on Avenue. greeter price of four hundred fifty dollar. Pao says she has saved money for six months. In order to buy dollar an hour before school started. She agreed to meet to sell an apartment complex in Allen part. I that's Kinda low for iphone and I guess unless unless the older model yeah but it's actually kind of expensive for two hours or so very expensive to soak that much better wash my ass all of it also does that no no no but no I mean the soap better get out of the box desk so that a bit a bit lillies ladder in West my ass aww Shit for that much money she agrees to sell in an apartment complex and Allen Park. She'd gone with her husband when they save the money and I phone box thousands and sell it took took off. Her husband opened the box office to Basel Soap. I guess they made a clean gene getaway..
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"All right. I just want wanted to make that one joke. I don't get right to store all right. Let's see Oh are we going to talk about The Dude won the Oscar four emmy. Sorry Emmy for Not I see us through thump saying that I'm taking everywhere first of all no oh you didn't even see it so no I did when they see us. No when I see US Nigga only person that watch that shit for rooting for this shit y'all wouldn't watch get on my face. Oh hypocrite ass celebrate with not watching the art. Shit don't even know what the boy did a good job shit mad at white people for not seeing ashtrays. y'All won't see this shit. Hell no doubt God equality for a hundred autumn celebrate initiate. I didn't see it but I'm just so happy. You want a great book before. How would you not want to see perform as the wind us us? Sorry Piss me off the whole. I didn't even watch the fucking show. I'll watch why a war war so y'all be dee. I'm really celebrate us. Winning should not not not in a bad way. I think is totally fine and all that shit you know Oh. I'm not saying you shouldn't but I don't know see and out of his mouth. 'cause I watched full of months talk about how they can you watch it and I'm like this is what we won't is black. People Tunnel Black Story. I always say you don't watch these things 'cause it's about white white people telling stories and they just WanNa see us upper. Here's a woman with taking the story with Nausea Compassionate love and humanizing and personalized and and putting these care doesn't three to mention that now we know these days now we know now they are the exonerated Fox. They're no longer the central park five to us. We we know these men these stories we you know we all can look back now and go wow this human tragedy. I didn't watch it but I'm just gonNA he wanted to. That's cool. Okay all right. Wow Wow you're gonNA call me out like that. No I'm not I'm not talking about. I'm glad he won because I saw that that was a great performance but yeah y'all go watch it. Everybody watches then we can talk about how that I ain't GonNa Watch. Would Oh we gotta talk about him. did he walked down the street. He give front cares. She wouldn't even know who this man I probably wouldn't I hate to say it. I hope title sound ridiculous. I don't know who this man is walking down the street I wouldn't I wouldn't know what the sorry to this man right that that's me I worked at media play. NBA Player came and then we went to a whole conversation. I helped him to sit the him. I knew he was really towel. I talk about pled glad no no. I'm talking about this actor. Who you wanted to take over the show we could talk about this man winning? You wouldn't recognize this man it anyway and I just WANNA spend a bright blackness is even so it celebrated by watching. I think that's a good start. That's how I celebrated and now I guess the race that has riders guest race time now. It is time for some guests raise. That's right. It's guest Orissa. That's right. It's time for the race race engaged. He'll go to Colorado podcast and we read the play new dogs from all over the Globe and we get tested today Karen and the chat room to guests the race and of course wars. Everyone playing is yeah. We did see moonlight after you said Anna Chat Room. He didn't win for Moonlight. He worked for when they see us. A guy is good not make you a little bit sad but damn okay actually really fucking English. Oh I know it's hard to take this out on everybody with man. I watched. She couldn't talk to nobody about it. I'll man so you see a man with what about this one. That was so I mean I see it. I mean I just seen it was on this is good that is getting reviews. Okay all right. They can't make me do nothing. I tell you ain't never watch it. 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"fatal " Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Out on do kill for harbor have because he was GonNa get insurance money his ex wife. Oh joke zone you OUGHTA DUMMIES EMMYS make fatal attraction dislike damn they might get away with it is how did they get caught fatal attraction on like you dummy like how you can ages shoot a woman industry and in front of her family and he'd be like I don't know her going to jail. Everyone going to jail so anyway watching a lot that yeah we we see one of the day where it didn't sound right. Does all of a sudden that do broking house push past the woman shot in the boyfriend in the bathroom afternoon and I was my dad. Don't that don't Sarah. He knew to go to the back Dole. I mean come on the house. She got that do killed and he was a fucking saint. He had a he had a special needs daughter. Renew his the woman that he that was a big swear. They started adopt like you know he met this girl that he's going to school with and they got together and they was a data and she got pregnant. He was so happy happy and then they had the baby and the baby turn out to be special needs and then the woman left yes he was like I can't take it. That was the first ten minutes zone. That woman has nothing the rest of the episode. They never do fatal attraction now. He was just as guy taken care of then. He met his friend from high school as she she had a bruise on her face as the she was trying to get out of a domestic violence situation so you started dating her she moved in with you know he was held to take care of her. upping her kids and his kids he was happy and all this shit and then one day a negative bussing house push past her Kilda's killed do like in cold blood in the bathroom and ran out and she was like oh I got. I can't believe this happened. She turns out she's behind. It is a hitch. She said a with some Nigga like she's been fucking some strong and they ended up catching him because his house has happened to be right across from like a mechanic shop and McCain and he ended up in the camera show the guy with the gun out of her car right but but it wasn't clean enough for them to get a Tan Eh right but they can see to make him out to make them most importantly see. She left a gun at her car for killer the grab and kill the do yeah how we we know was there and then after the dude was day he had another comeback in the same car and McKenna. Do call the police hey y'all. I think this is the same for you. Go down her house at you. Don't kill the negative the same vehicle so and she was traveling because now like it made me think even when she wasn't enough to violence situation. She brought like that's removed because she told the new yes he beat me. He vowed to me. You know if you kill him. You know and it's like L. So that's your thing she was done anyway. what else am I going to say A oh. No let's say all right we can get it to the news. Are you going. Oh my birthday present to myself. Some people was asking him right. I didn't do much for my birthday birthday like for the day about yield at home. I said I wasn't fucking working on new that much I got to the greatest presidents ever the first one y'all I finally be as arts so hard game was so manual is Javanese is a Japanese turn based. RPG very low graphics like I know I'm the last negative. Are you planning these. I don't care I love those guys. I Love Them. I wash those working a bit markets. Do whatever they can. I was laughing. It was funny but it was so fucking hard like is no gods online for there's no like boss like strategy guys like when you play final fantasy or something that everybody plays you know it's always like yeah. He's GONNA use the reverse bill so you've used this Phil. You'll be able to protect people from being you know no. There's not an Asia and I like and I was telling me this. I was like you mean to him. Ever again. Got A fucking SUPERNOVA. You may know super wrote no Manuel. It's like a five five-year-old game and I just it just never had the community and has a lot of games like that. Were xbox one is now getting out of the steam type of games or Israel so hard hard man and I didn't think I could beat it and I kept level and up. I found a way to beat a lot of their bosses and stuff and once I figured that out it was it was easy pickings within the last boss if you can't use your special technique because you fight him twice so if you use it the first time you like I gotta get by on Grit smartness patients all that stuff and then segue tired. You can use your power move in like you can kill him pretty quickly but you need everybody highest spells and you can't fuck up at all and that's what I did but when I beat it I was so happy I don't know I doubt anybody else on my friends. Is that game. I know that much and even Aaron was like a airbag. Astronauts like acne beat the game and I was like Damn right lane a hard game. He put them all hard. I'm like no what easy I'm easy person Yeah Jackie. I experienced the grind date but I didn't use it as a cheap like sometimes people experienced grind to the point where you know I'm level ninety nine. Of course I could beat everybody. I thought about it though I thought about it seriously but I really was like. Do I have that Ta to do to experience grind this whole fucking time like like. It doesn't like this is going to like I 'cause I was thinking about spending two hours doing it but here's what it was. I kept thinking like if you really love a game you think about you. Try to problems outside the game so even when I'm not around like what about this what about voting your mind and that was when I came up with the the trick which was one of my characters I can't remember her name at the moment but one of my characters she could use her. She had these special abilities like passing dark spells and if you use there's a trust gauge fills up when you start fighting and it gets to the top pop went after like you get a hundred kills or whatever but once you use it goes back to zero so you have to build it up between battles normally say for bows house and he used a trust gauge any one of your people can use the trust gauge ability is like a superpower but always within the frame of what they already can do so if you have somebody who uses a sword and you hit the superpower button they gonNA use a sword to chop out enemies Jonas Green. If they use a whip they're gonNA use it to whip everybody so the one of them could do dark spells and I figured out if you use hers it doesn't really take a lot of energy but it cuts all of the like it gives every bad status effect to the people so their defense is down speed is down. They get poisoned. They you know it's like all this stuff and then you just attack these fuckers before they can recover with everything you got and that's what that's how I ended up beating. It was so hard though anyway that was a great gift to me and then the second time I've wanted my whole life but I've never really had only had once and I got a job thing but I got a half half season tickets to the news. I'm excited yeah. I'm very excited now. We suck we're going to say it's not going to be fun basketball but I like I love everybody knows I love the NBA my favorite sport I'm really watching the sea who comes into town to kick is like you know I wanNA see Kimball Return. I want you know I got like Lakers tickets. I got tickets to the rockies. I got tickets to the bugsy facing no heat. I got Jimmy Butler at some point. You know like a boo him. The seventy sixers Detroit Pistons Blazers Clippers like all these tickets so i. I think that's going to be cool now. That will mean that will miss themselves. During the week I mean we already take take days off but we'll be missing shows during the week to go out and go to a game or two and people don't understand you know but as a treat for us in a treat treat for myself and just go from games to me and my brother and stuff like that yeah I'm looking forward to so oh yeah. That was my gift to myself. So that's why best gift I've ever given myself so all right now. Let's talk about the news guys what is going on in the new star here. It's been a while.
"fatal " Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"A fireplace and again unlike a heat lamp like all land like what the house is this? y'All churn butter on your house like this. She calls the money you who knows. It was just our I didn't. I didn't step in either way but I just like I will read shame rely too good to be true right right and also the thing is the most people who have who purchased the home. You sat to save up for that Shit. I Dunno by it was like I'm GonNa get a home and just walk in there but I cut out man white people was coming in. I I get like the ten thousand dollar down to get the money from your family of people like such a white as such a white answer. Oh it was so good you know but look man. I get it like having a home owning and stuff. I think that's dope knock. It like people just don't respect and it's it's just the same thing typical like it's like people don't respect people that don't get married. They don't they don't respect women who don't have to like saying we have built these lanes in the society. You have to follow these rules and when you go I actually Kinda liked the option of if I don't like my Shit y'all can just move the fuck on the neighborhood changed so what I'm saying fan. That's what I mean. I've never tried to cut the grass small farmers and outside paint nobody to cut the grass is included are- can't feel it so going they whatever you say about Patriarchy but my black Goddamn Grad. I ain't never started driveway out. It's like I get him anyway. So that was cool and then you know but yeah like I it was just finding that that came up but one of the things I thought was was funny. was I wanted to check the mail you look in the mirror and it's like happy birthday birthday right and I'm like oh she'll birthday card and I'll flip it over. It's like Pat Fogo our stay. I'll say isn't it funny. When people that you Ooh you had to pay bills to seeing you a birthday card and they never forget it is GonNa flip on the other side by heavy birthday raw hope? Everything's going great. Flip the card over anyway so you got my money itself. We didn't make you alive. You know. GotTa make sure that everything's okay. I known to get our money on the twenty six th is coming straight out Joe bag account without asking they never forget Nelson. They call me you fucking right on the twenty six. Don't forget to have my money. It's like a pimp. I watch a lot of TV shows lately. We been watching. I know I should be watching like all this new shit that you own the and I'm trying. I'm watching the dark crystal. It's hard to get through though I don't know why. Was this complicated when you watch that movie. I don't think I've ever watched this. She liked game of thrones with puppies. I I can't keep up in autumn of look alike like did some of them. Don't talk English this shit. I'm like man what is having it. When was this that complicated? I thought this year was that movie. I'll say David Bowie is in elaborate my life to be like little kids. Shit Man Initiative series dark people getting markdown shit creatures kill him off. I don't know what does the traitor battery in betrayal poisoning puppies taking. How is this is a little too much for me but I'm trying to keep up? I just came pay it. I'm just like what location who's the bad guys. Who's the good good guys again now this shit but yeah I also like between stuff like that? I like to watch true crime. The true crime series. It's Kinda like snapped. I've been watching snap killer couple killer couples and snap killer is pretty good. It comes oxygen but it really should be called snapped. I helped a man kill some people I is like never the ones I it's always the killing Bogota for his 'cause. They're dumb ass stab into like like what I'm not just going to beat the beach out out here with show where you're going to have to Sabah to as I'll stab stabber too we both did is like well. We both going to prison now. So all of them saying you it's like I watch those and then the other thing I've been watching lately is of course fatal attraction my favorite. That's the best one if you guys don't have TV anyone. I don't know to tell you what fatal attraction is a name for my man. That's another great that's basically snap killer couples but for black people yes it is for my man is great. That's my jam but they don't have that one. Don't come on is out there. I don't know what but fatal attraction comes on like a couple times a week. The least like every Monday I three episodes out there some of them are repeats but is black people TV and also so watch a lot of adult swim cartoon at night yeah the commercials while Oughta commercials for like high interest. It's short term loans like you so races like it's basically telling me you broke you. Watch what broke people watch this time of day these programs the we try to sell you insurance from eleven pm to six am we say your car aw Nope. We're not trying to get your beautiful. It's the only one uniform forever don't come out of out of print dot com because they like you can't afford that What are you thinking watching it? You even need to go to one of these online colleges Taco Bell or you need a motherfucker again occur quick loan like I'm and then it because this season the acting so bad fatal attraction sometimes foods me a stop on a commercial because I'm like Oh shit just to real bad black actors news and it's like I like Your House Rob. How'd you forty well? I got me a payday loan Mike. You can't do that came by our a ninety three inches house negative. Can't it's impossible payday loan. I was able to finally get my degree. I'm like you can't that's students rates uh-huh owned Phoenix online and all of these Guderian never heard of a follow and she's probably ain't accredited so you on your money in NASA burning. It is like the whole show call. You broke right out the couch. You're not worried about how you can get some money. Go do son Sandwich lifestyle why she's black people kill each other for no reason also man. You know the number one reason I'd be killing people on fatal attraction. No no it's always because I'd say like knife centre time this so sad. I'm not trying to shit on US fellas and really not but a woman gets pregnant a black man's baby and then she got to go she gotta go like every time Da ah every damn time it doesn't have to live. I mean Damn I n Nope. I'm new pregnancy was dangerous. Well they talk about like black women in Albert and have a higher day to make if you get that far thinks killing people for being fund housing they pregnant. It's not we will be you'll. We'll be happy getting rid of the next magazine is like she was found. Dead in a cornfield happens a lot and it's so crazy because like them niggers don't uneven trying to get a day try to get away with it but they're not really trying to get away with it. like snap compared. It is not killing couples because that's still snack is like snap light because always a man and that means they're going to get caught easily me and don't cover up cover up crimes nearly as well as women but but when like a regular episode of snap is so devious because every time you watch it. It's almost like I mean shouldn't be but ah you kinda ruined for the woman get away. I'm not saying he shouldn't be. I think it's wrong. Murderers bone is bad but you know it was like I forty eight. That'd be ruined for the Knicks and get away from the police. I don't know I'll be rooting against the police when when he wouldn't a women get caught. It's always like like a little thing you couldn't have never like but she didn't know that that day before he got off work he.
"fatal " Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"I listened to the Black Guy who tips podcast because rod and Karen are natural disasters most rappers master my own fate and own. Oh my own masters. Don't let this move tasteful you. When I bust I school you? They throw rocks tied behind. The computer is yellow table white shot. When I'm on the beat yeah you rich? What talk is cheap never seen we're trying to walk a sheet? Also famous caney coffin piece. Yalta Ego is Maltese. I I was waiting for Antioch and release you niggers crying over spilt milk probably never seen your Frank Hill probably never seen your no dad die or play. dodgeball with fed time does things I proud of like so modules devil able put some toxin me deem is trying to have an auction emmy. They wanted to sell my soul going once going twice never so hey hey welcome to the blackout test park ride and here we're live a on a two day Ray. Do some pie cast and of course course I took yesterday off because it's my birthday and I have to lay out birthday and I worked for myself so guess that's what my boss giving me the day off and I didn't have to work on my birthday so now forty one and things are gonNA change around here are Gods so for you niggers now so it was cool. You know it didn't do much for my birthday. you know I did not say I didn't do much but the idea do like the greatest birthday gift I've ever gotten aten but I gave it to myself but I get into that. In a second you can find items pitcher prior to Magli was five star reviews. Please leave us five star reviews guys come star reviews. We love those things Saturday mornings where we do our feedback show we read those things and if they're nice we share we share what everybody go. Hey thank you appreciate it. the official weapon of the show is an unofficial sport. What about Ebola Bali stream and don't forget two days from now? We're going to be eight point two point. Oh pizzeria embarked on September twenty six to eight. PM Charlotte North Carolina for thrive talks podcasting. I know there's going to be so networking and in a pie and panel discussions and then I guess some question to answer afterwards and all that stuff I mean I'm not really one for the network and but if you all show up and wanted to take a picture of some Coal Koo Koo so oh yeah we love you guys out there all right. Is there anything else. That's it so I did want to say you know from for my ask some random thoughts first of all I did some adulting stuff today proud of myself if you on our website and your premium listener and you're wanted to go premium and you couldn't before 'cause you hate pay pal to pay packet you off or whatever you can now use are theorized dot net figured it out it took so long to figure it out when I got it figured out everything some people go not oh to pay pal or pay packets and difficulties or whatever it is not new yeah and they all the credit cards and all that stuff so from what I understand so you know. We'll now find out who shit who told her I say I just can't do pay pile and really what they meant was. I don't WanNA give money so we'll see I yeah I think yeah when you go to register. Whatever you go to upgrade your existing a cow? Just when you select one of the one of the like premium Liam like monthly or yearly it'll be you can use authorized dot net now so that was uh that was set up but it's done D. because we've been honest people. Ask Scuba trying to do this for a while and some of it was however long we've been doing premium. We've been trying. I've been trying to get this done and I couldn't figure it out until today yen. Some you know some companies was so the bourgeoisie like old process. Yes you see bill is like mad expense to all that stuff so that was cool then like another thing I noticed birthday dot was kind of a Oh and then the other thing is the air conditioning fixed which we've been struggling with his a C at actually probably longer than that 'cause I remember when 'cause you know with global warming. It got hot like in February so it's been the hottest hottest summer yeah they you know they were. We were right a thing in and I you know they was kind of foolish it because they will come over and be like well. It is cooling hit had an outside. I mean it's very hot outside. I don't like not that's not how air conditioning is supposed to work like you. I'm like my electricity bill comes. It doesn't say well. We know your air conditioner with because it was just cooler than outside and that's really all your goal is no air conditioning get coat to a point where it cuts off and mini comes back on later when it gets a little hotter and stayed own yeah my air conditioning staying on twenty three hours a day. This is not okay. This is costing asked me a Lotta. Money is never getting cold enough. There's times where it's colder outside at night and it's hot in my house like it's not working so oh you know they had to those. Excuse just like McKee putting their reports 'cause. I'll get tired of coming over here. Why we got we like we? We pay rent on time every well. We actually pay rent like black people. We I think the last day you pay the fifth and guys I don't know why but I have been inhabit paying on the fifth. I have never pay before the fifth it don't matter out of money. I always wait to fucking V. I don't know what it's like. I'm expecting expecting some shit that happened. There is no right this month like no. I always have never missed a rent payment. Not Struggle never missed a rent payment. I don't know I I do this. I'm like the government say I got to the field and by Gosh Darn it. I'm GonNa last fucking day anyway. I've always pay my rent. You know artist of and in some with somebody was like why do people seriously if you can afford a thousand dollars a month for rent then. Why aren't you getting a house so I explain that to me is an groner? Go now as I 'cause mice even broke for a year and I haven't paid a dime now understand I get the argument. You know you and you're not getting equity shit. I don't know she a break. I don't feel like and then what was funny as people start on houses like retu- equality apply Serbian like Y'all had spent five thousand dollars a year eleven thousand dollars was one person like we had two units of like hey man you gotta Pay Morgan on top of and repairs and you know if you ain't got the money she just broke yeah like you own it but negative eleven thousand dollars bill got it. You know take out a loan. WanNa get air conditioning back working right so I'll definitely understood that you know and then people like bringing up other things like some folks say depending on where you live and what you can get under warranty and stuff like that you might be able to like offset some of the cost but for the most part it was like yes having a house as expensive and there's a risk with riot right and what people don't admit that it is not a cheap ordeal and I do understand the benefits of it and I do understand there are some positives I'm not knocking dad. You can just come in and broke and just like I got a house on you. Don't work like that and then what was the people that live out in the boondocks they named ridiculously lower prices for stuff and then other people act 'cause like I don't have a house I dunno known about but I love how people respond to them to be like. I have a house with the fuck you talking about 'cause they'd be like yeah well. I if you just pay one hundred dollars a month in in warranty day. You don't have to worry about that when we only pay and they've mixed are like nick you can't Doodo. You'd call it. She called way. What is your house? You live in a house on the prairie chemistry big out of your house. What kind of amenities got.