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"fredrika" Discussed on Female Criminals
"At the beginning of eighteen. Eighty four fredrika. Mandelbaum was in trouble. New york's new district attorney. Peter only was determined to topple her empire and hired the famous pinkerton agency to get the job done after a month or so of watching and waiting gustav frank made his move to look the part of joseph stein. Underworld fabric dealer gustav had grown his hair and beard dressed in worn working class close. He approached fredrika and asked about buying silk for cheap fredrika barely looked at him before turning him away. She never did business with strangers. You never knew who might be a cop undercover. And even if this new guy wasn't a cop fredrika didn't work with any old criminal off the street either. She had a process addition to having gustav tailed. Fredrika would have reached out to her contacts in the nypd to find out if anyone was running a scheme against her but no one knew anything about an open investigation. So things seemed safe enough. As the months passed gustav stayed patient he continued to come back to the store and eventually fredrika decided to test him sometime in june. She sent a message for him to meet her at the shop. When gustav arrived fredrika and her son julius were examining new bolts of silk. Julius pointed out a mark on one of the bolts and fredrika cut it loose. She handed it to him and told him to take it outside and burn it. Dutifully gustav took the marked piece of fabric and left the shop. He walked out of sight and simply pocketed the scrap. After a few minutes. He went back inside and told fredrika it had been taken care of. It was enough to please her but she wasn't quite done testing him yet. The next time he came inquiring about silk fredrika offered him several bolts at a ridiculous price. Gustav called her bluff and told her what he thought. The product was actually worth impressed that he actually knew what he was talking about. Frederick decided he couldn't be a cop. So on june sixteenth frederica sold five bolts of silk. To gustav frank he took those bolts back to the pinkerton offices there. They use the secret marks on each one to trace the bolts back to their original owners through it. All fredrika was unaware. She had just stepped into a trap over the next month. She sold gustav around twelve thousand yards of silk with all that physical evidence and plenty of surveillance information the pinkerton agency had everything they needed with district attorney only. They took their case to a sympathetic judge who happily provided warrants for arrest on july twenty. Second frederica her son. Julius and her right hand. Herman stupa were headed out on an errand before they could pull away from the curb. A clean-shaven stranger tapped on the window of their carriage annoyed by the interruption fredrika commanded stood at open the door and find out what the person wanted. The man forced his way into the carriage brandishing. A piece of paper like a weapon. Though he looked completely different in a suit and without a beard fredrika immediately recognized. Joseph stein this time. He introduced himself to her. As detective. Gustav frank and told her that he was there to arrest her. Fred rico was furious partly at gustav for duping her but perhaps also with herself for being duped. No one likes to feel tricked but some people are so motivated to avoid those feelings of embarrassment and self doubt it actually becomes sue. Grow phobia the fear of being a sucker. If anyone had reason to be soon grow phobic it was fredrika so feeling foolish and angry. She stood up and punched gustav square in the face. The detective rear back holding his bloody nose while his colleagues put fredrika in handcuffs then they arrested julius and studio and all three were taken to harlem standing before a judge once again. Fredrika took up the same defenses. Last time the charges were baloney she declared indignantly she was an upstanding citizen targeted for having a good relationship with the police despite her grand statements the judge arraigned all three frederica. Julius and studio on charges of grand larceny. Then he set at five thousand dollars each for julius and studio the price. For frederick freedom was ten thousand dollars paying the bail turned out to be a tricky obstacle. See veil was supposed to be paid by someone willing to take responsibility for the plaintiff. Typically either julius or studio would handle it. With frederick rica's money but this time they were in no position to help anyone but eventually the news reached little germany. That fred rica mandelbaum a- marm needed help and the neighborhood rally frederica and her operation were central to the neighborhoods way of life. She was the tide that raised their boats and this was their opportunity to repay her. After several neighbors came forward to pay the bail. All three were released fredrika immediately met with her legal team to plan their defense neither fredrika nor her lawyers. William how and abe hummel were all that concerned with the charges. Fredrika saw no reason. This case wouldn't go the way all the others had gone. And how was more than confident in his ability to talk circles around any judge and prosecutor house first successful maneuver was emotion for a change of venue. Which would undoubtedly slow down the proceedings and luckily the judge hearing the motion was a friend of fred. Rica's ignoring the da's protests he approved it and the trial was pushed back now only was annoyed but not deterred. He had pinkerton detectives tracking frederick as every move ensuring she couldn't slip through fingers. Of course fredrika knew she was being watched. She also knew how difficult it would be for her to shake such well. Trained tales heck even poorly trained. Detective couldn't lose her in a crowd. She stood head and shoulders above most people and almost as if celebrating. How much she stood out was never without her favorite feathered hat for about six months whenever frederica left her house. She made it a point to acknowledge the detectives around her. She'd wave and parade around her carriage to give them a good view of her before she left for her errand which was usually to visit her attorney's office but the news was rarely good. As the trial crept closer. Her case seemed more and more like a lost cause. Frederica was furious and frustrated..
"fredrika" Discussed on Female Criminals
"Com slash criminals. That's t. h. R. e. d. u. p. dot com slash criminals for thirty percent. Off your first order thread up dot com slash criminals for an extra thirty percent off. Today terms apply now back to the story in the late eighteen seventies fredrika mandelbaum financed several large bank heists with her favourite robber george leslie. The risks were great but so was the reward. Leslie brought in millions jewels bonds and other valuables but a fight between the robbers led to leslie's murder and his most daring heist had to go on without him fredrika probably didn't love that shang dropper the man who likely killed leslie ended up being the one to carry out the manhattan savings heist but thanks to leslie's meticulous planning. It went fairly well before his death. Leslie had made several bribes to help things along i he'd paid off the cop who would be on duty that night he'd also bribed the nightwatchman to give the gang access to the bank through the janitors apartment because they didn't have leslie or his little joker to crack the safe. The crew tore the steel doors from their hinges and hammer and chiseled their way into the vault once inside. They tore up. As many safety deposit boxes as they could pocketing jewels and bonds as fast as they could ultimately they came away with close to three million dollars in property and another eleven thousand dollars in cash in their hurry they completely overlooked the cash stored in the vault a mistake. That cost them another two million dollars. Compounding the bungle more than half of what they took were nonnegotiable securities a type of security. That could only be redeemed by the person whose name was on the certificate so in the end the actual take was closer to two hundred fifty eight thousand dollars which would be around seven million dollars in twenty twenty one. Fredrika would almost certainly have taken her fifty percent from the usable goods and bonds so it was still a pretty good score. As far as she was concerned. The papers were likewise impressed. The new york times praised the manhattan savings institutions robbery as one of the most daring and successful burglaries ever perpetrated the brooklyn. Eagle said it would quote probably be remembered as the most sensational in the history of bank robberies in the country though police had no solid leads on who might have pulled off the job. The list of potential purpose wasn't very long and no one would have had to think very hard to guess. The robbers were working for fredrika. The wealthy class had begrudgingly accepted her into their ranks despite full knowledge of her underworld dealings but the fact that she had targeted one of their establishments was a bridge too. Far all of a sudden frederick and her gang were wearing out their welcome. Fredrika could feel the ground shifting beneath her feet. Society was quickly becoming less hospitable to the criminal element every day. It seemed papers featured articles crying someone to clean up the city around this time of growing reform movement within the city's government managed to expose boss tweed once the most powerful politician in new york tweet had used his authority to protect big time. Criminals like fredrika tweeds. Influence was something fredrika headquarted and benefited from greatly over. The years with him gone judges who had once favored the criminal element either returned harsher verdicts or lost their office altogether as a result the eighteen eighties saw many of frederick men locked away or in hiding fredrika herself got caught up in a legal drama in eighteen. Eighty one a dry goods merchant from boston named james scott brought criminal charges against her alleging that she had knowingly received almost twenty five thousand dollars worth of merchandise from his store. It seemed that frederick. As men. She mike and james holy had robbed mr scott in january of eighteen. Seventy seven at that time. Mr scott hired private detectives to find out what happened to his merchandise. And the investigation led to mike's arrest shortly after that. He was found guilty and sentenced to three years in prison for the theft. But when mike got sick during his sentence authorities offered him a pardon on the condition that he signed an affidavit confessing to have stolen the goods for fredrika mandelbaum. So he did for the first time. Fredrika was arrested at her bail hearing. She vehemently denied the charges claiming she couldn't possibly have known. The goods were stolen by attempting to distance herself from the crime. In this way fredrika was employing. What sociologists gresham sykes and david mozza call techniques of neutralization. She probably even took denial of responsibility a step further likely telling the judge. She was just a shopowner trying to get by like everyone else. By claiming ignorance and pointing the finger at the difficult economy. Fredrika was able to effectively deflect the blame and it worked after hearing her sob story. The judge set her bail at five thousand dollars which someone possibly her close. Friend and confidant herman's duda took care of and she went home after that the case hung in limbo for three years but in eighteen eighty four. The presiding judge was replaced and a trial. Date was finally scheduled before that date arrived. However scott's attorney samuel a noise lost track of his star witness she mike it seemed had mysteriously disappeared without his testimony. The case didn't stand a chance in criminal court so the complaint was downgraded to a civil suit. Luckily noise still had the affidavit. So all wasn't lost just yet. That january fredrika stood trial for receiving stolen goods as the prosecution presented their case. She finally learned how they were able to make the charges stick despite her powerful connections. The case against her was as solid as any for civil court. Still frederico wasn't going down without a fight. When she took the stand in her own defense she told the court that she was just a fifty one year old widow even though she was actually fifty seven at the time she told the court she was simply being neighborly and had tried to help mike as a favor to his mother. She hoped any other mother might do the same for her. If one of her children found themselves in such a predicament. Surely the jury could understand that. It seems they couldn't. It's doubtful that anyone on the jury hadn't at least heard of fredrika mandelbaum and her exploits they found in favor of mr scott and fredrika was ordered to cover the cost of his stolen goods plus interest. Of course this was basically a slap on the wrist. Fredrika simply paid the fee and moved on but not everyone saw it that way believed it was the first step toward ridding new york of her forever. The newly appointed district attorney. Peter only was particularly inspired once upon a time only had been one of boss tweeds men but he had turned a new leaf. Became an ardent proponent of reform and was desperate to rid the city of corruption. Only figured the best thing he could do to get new york out from under the thumb of criminals was to take out their queen and bhai early eighteen eighty four. He was formulating a plan to put fred rica out of business for good in his memoir recollections of a new york chief of police george washington walling wrote that only thought the fact that a woman controlled the most dangerous and wealthy criminal. Operation in the country was quote a burning shame. Apparently he'd give his opinion to anyone who would listen. And many who wouldn't frederica probably would have heard about this through her many contacts and was likely tickled to know she bothered the da so much. It's unclear what made only angrier the crimes or the fact that rodrigo was a woman either way he knew that to take her down he'd have to work around the nypd. Having worked with boss tweed he knew. Just how many police officers and high ranking officials were in frederick pocket. So taking a page out of mr scott's book only hired out in order to come up with an unimpeachable case against her he brought in the most notorious private detective firm at the time the pinkerton agency founded in eighteen fifty. The was started to pick up chicago. Pd's slack the general consensus at the time. Being that most police departments were either corrupt or criminally incompetent. The firm has since spread almost every major city on the east coast and even working in the wild west tracking bandits. Like jesse james when only reached out the pinkerton agency sent him. Gustav frank for the case gustav was specially trained for undercover work and spent weeks working on the perfect fake identity to dupe fredrika. The plan was that gustaf would pose as joseph stein. A german fabric seller fredrika had a particular fondness for silk so gustav studied with silk merchants familiarizing himself with trade and current rates. He also learned that legitimate businesses had started hiding identifying marks on there bolts so that they could recover the property if it was stolen. While gustav studied and prepped the surveillance operation was underway. Several pinkerton agents rented rooms across the street. From frederick shop making note of the comings and goings of her businesses. they quickly learned. That fredrika ran a tight ship. You couldn't so much. As stopped tire shoe outside her shop without being tailed by one of her men infiltrating. This operation was going to be a delicate matter. One wrong move could spell disaster even still. After over a month of preparation gustav. Frank felt ready. It was time to infiltrate the city's biggest criminal. Enterprise up next the great fred rica. Mandelbaum is caught at last. This episode is brought to you by hp plus in a world full of smart devices. Shouldn't your printer be smart to it is with hp plus these printers. No when they're running low so you always get the ink. You need delivered right when you needed. Plus you save up to fifty percent on inc so you can print whatever you want as much as you want any time you want. That is pretty smart. Get six three months of instant inc when you choose. Hp plus conditions apply visit hp dot com slash. Smart for details..
"fredrika" Discussed on Female Criminals
"Ill-gotten furniture. all these traits. People were necessary to remove any identifying marks and prepare items for resale frederica fencing. Operation had become the driving economic engine of little germany. She was a one woman. financial stimulus. finally frederica mandelbaum was living the american dream. She had built a well oiled machine and would have been hailed as the most successful business woman of her time had the product she moved in honestly come by but to fredrika. Success was success. No matter what people said and her largest score yet was on its way in eighteen. Seventy one tragedy struck when a fire raged through the majority of the city of chicago over three days. More than seventeen thousand structures were destroyed. Three hundred people died and hundreds of thousands were left homeless in the days after the fire. Looting and lawlessness ran wild eventually martial law was enforced to return order to the decimated city but by that stage of vast portion of the looted property was already headed for frederick mandelbaum in new york. Just like after the economic crash other people's tragedy turned to profit in her hands. But fred rica's american dream came crashing down in eighteen. Seventy five when her husband wolf died at the age of fifty one. Though he wasn't visibly involved in her criminal empire wolff had always been fredrika 's biggest supporter and closest confidante. She didn't trust or rely on anyone as much as she did him. Wolf was buried in a family plot in queens and fredrika saw to it that fresh flowers placed at his grave every day. But as far as we can tell that's about all she could manage frederica sunk into a dark mourning period. She abandoned her businesses. The shop the tenements and the fencing. The queen was laid low by the loss of her king. She'd been through so much in her life leaving her homeland. The loss of a child and discrimination now this it was too much to bear those around her wondered if she'd ever recover. What would happen without the great rica. mandelbaum thanks again for tuning into female criminals. We'll be back next week with part two of fredrika story as she comes to terms with the loss of her husband. The queen of fences makes a spectacular return to her business for more information on fredrika mandelbaum amongst the many sources we used we found queen of thieves the true story of marm mandelbaum and her gangs of new york by jay north conway extremely helpful to our research. You can find all episodes of female criminals and
"fredrika" Discussed on Female Criminals
"Fredrika offered a mutually beneficial relationship. Criminals agreed to work for her and gave her a percentage of their earnings and exchange. They were paid and protected. Most importantly for frederica day. We're beholden to her thanks to fredrika. Crime in new york became organized. According to the brooklyn eagle fredrika. Mandelbaum was the one who i put crime in america on a syndicated basis. Even with her efforts to keep her best and brightest out of trouble with the law by eighteen seventy forty three year. Old fredrika was thinking about the future. She'd been mentoring kids with potential for years especially young girls but she saw greater need for experienced criminals to pass their knowledge on to younger generations so she established crime school on grand street in lower manhattan not far from police headquarters. They're young hopefuls. Could learn burglary safe cracking and pickpocketing from the best of the best. The school created a steady stream of well trained talent for her operation but fredrika was also extremely proud to be providing kids with what she saw as a valid career path. Her star pupil was sophie. Lyons a teenager who was born into a family of thieves and criminals. In fact her parents were serving time when she arrived at fredrika school fredrika thought of and treated sophie like a third daughter. One she was okay with exposing to the criminal underworld in the girl. She saw everything she had always wished she was having learned from the top fences of her time frederick along for an air of her own and era specifically who could soak up all of her hard won lessons and takeover when fredrika retired she had already decided her own children weren't an option and her husband wolf whose health had been declining for years wasn't going to outlive her. Taking care of him was making fredrika face. Thoughts of her own mortality. Having someone like sophie to take over eased her mind to fredrika. Sophie was the perfect heiress and with just a little guidance..
"fredrika" Discussed on Female Criminals
"Fredrika mandelbaum had been fencing pilfered goods throughout new york city for most of the eighteen fifties and sixties and her years of hard work made her a powerful player in the criminal scene. Eventually she drew the attention of some of new york's finest criminals experts in the art of the fence. Buying and selling stolen goods lined up to pass on their years of hard earned. Knowledge frederick as mentors included the godfather of fencing. Ephraim's snow joe eric. Who'd been called quote the most successful adroit and daring fence known to the police annals of the city and abe green thal who was according to the new york times one of the oldest and shrewdest criminals in the country. Each of these men was getting on in years and thinking about who might carry on their legacy and frederica seemed like a great candidate like them. She was and she was already making a name for herself. Perhaps most importantly she was willing to learn and the most important thing. Frederick elders taught her. you have to pay to play. That meant bribes so she set aside a portion of her increasing profits to grease the palms of local police in the eighteen sixties. Corruption was the norm in new york city and many cops were only too happy to turn a blind eye to crime for a price in some cases. The police actively participated in frederica schemes. When people came to them for finding stolen property the cops usually knew just where to find it and they went straight to fredricka with the police acting as pseudo brokers she would offer to sell the property back to its original owner and her price included a kickback. For the officer. It was only two easy and it was oh so profitable but her continued..
"fredrika" Discussed on Female Criminals
"A fundamental human motivation put simply belonging is a basic human need that has devastating consequences for our psyche when were denied that feeling a two thousand nineteen study published. An insight magazine showed that the brain doesn't perceive social pain differently than physical pain and by that standard fredrika had endured a lifetime of agony. Her homeland had rejected her for being jewish. America despised her for being foreign women. Were second class citizens everywhere still. She worked hard for years to overcome each obstacle said in her path and now she was so close to acceptance she could taste it. Frederica was done being ostracized. Frederick is enterprise had taught heard. The rich were morally no different than the poor. The upper classes were just as willing to exploit and cheat others for their benefit as criminals were the difference was they were rich enough to get away with it and now so was fredrika so she decided it was time to introduce herself and her family to polite society and she figured the best way to get. The right. Sort of attention was to extravagant dinner parties. Dinner parties were the eighteen. Hundreds equivalent of social networking. Being invited to one was an honor but hosting meant you were a big deal. These parties held at the mandelbaum 's well furnished home in little germany. Were a testament. Not just a frederick as growing wealth but also to the wide and varied network she had built. She invited all of her clients and associates prepared. Her home said the tables with fine linens. China and silverware fredrika. Herself sat at the head of the table. The hub encircled by the spokes of the machine around her notorious criminals rubbed elbows with. New york's upstanding citizens judges and businessmen made small talk with thieves and conmen though they had traveled to one of the poorest neighborhoods. She was determined to make sure her upper-class guests didn't feel out of place once they stepped inside the lux apartment above the shabby looking. Storefront belong to a much different neighborhood. Fredrika had installed hand-carved woodwork. Along the tall ceilings a one simple fireplace had been turned into an ornate centerpiece flanked. By bookcases plush carpets covered the floors rich draperies hung from the.
"fredrika" Discussed on Female Criminals
"But it's hard to imagine anyone beyond little germany cared though. The frequent outbreaks were symptoms of overcrowding and unsanitary conditions. Wealthy native new yorkers blamed immigrants themselves for supposedly bringing these diseases with them just like back in prussia. the mandelbaum s- found themselves blamed and punished for their own suffering. So not only did she deal with day-to-day stress. Fredrika also experienced the ongoing trauma of discrimination. Add to that the grief of losing her child because of their terrible living conditions her entire life must have felt like a downward spiral. Ah game rigged entirely against her. It looked hopeless. There didn't seem to be a way out of the poverty they were in once again. Tens of thousands of immigrants battled for scant jobs and more were arriving daily to get by many turn to sex work or crime. Wolf had resumed peddling to support his family and after bessie past fredrika refused to sit around waiting for him to return each night so she joined him in the trade eager to turn things around unlike some of their competitors. The mandelbaum couldn't afford a horse or even a cart for that matter so they carried their wares with them on their backs. Frederica started out selling fabric scraps and bits of silk. She realized pretty quickly that the people in her neighborhood had as little money to spend as she did. That meant that to truly turn a profit she'd have to move beyond her enclave of fellow german speakers and for that she'd have to learn english. Luckily working on the street and constantly negotiating gave her plenty of practice. It also put her in the path of pickpockets shoplifters and thieves these petty crooks always had something tantalizing on offer usually they were items no else was selling and they were in a hurry to unload it. Some vendors might have thought themselves above dealing with petty criminals but not fredrika. The law had never done her any favors so she saw no reason to follow it not to mention she had a soft spot..
"fredrika" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"That as you said earlier with one of your earlier caller's ninety seven percent of the infections and in in in The impact diseases now borne by people have not been vaccinated and the messaging from a Rachelle linski and e and all of those echoed that So this disease is now being worn by those who are not taking we have to then confront that and many of them are black and brown. And that's why it's become my drive and for fredrika williams at whittier street. Who's been champing this issue in south and liz walker and gloria white ham. And there's a whole caravan of us were beating the drums and hitting the streets to try to get this messaging out. you know. Michael are you don't of your great qualities is if i may Step back for a second. You don't miss an opportunity to credit other people doing good work. I don't think we've ever had you on through the years re didn't praise others. I could use a little bit of that quality marjorie. Michael has inspired you. Because i've noticed maybe much better. Maybe we can thank michael kirk for that. Hey one less thing about mandates. Michael kara we we talk with our listeners. Really about religious exemptions in the schools and that there's several hundred people most of them against vaccines were up at the state house. Lobbying if you waited at all on that because it does seem that they weren't vaccines around the time of Jesus christ as far as i know or even the you know the muslims or the lao church laude states you know saints. Rather the mormons or christian scientists even give exemptions is up bogus we. That's a tough question. You know i try to not wait too much into the religious waters But i will say this. I think you know all this comes down to education right. There was some things in our historical With real history historically were religion. You know black folks weren't equal religion. That's people practice. inequities right. They were gods mandate that some people were superior to others. So i think we gotta be careful. What religion religion sometimes can keep us from care and ultimately we need to penetrate into those communities that are resistant whether it's because of historical abuse and neglect or because of race or faith and say hey. This is about saving lives in until we do that. Then we'll see even more people and this is all historic man. You go back to the spanish full in one thousand nine hundred thousand. People were resistant to disease as well. So it is maybe human nature but we can do something about that education. So michael kara..
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"fredrika" Discussed on Science Friction
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I I go go back back to to Dahlan's Dahlan's original original studies studies and and some of some his of original his original thoughts thoughts and ideas and ideas things things that that with with testing testing to this to day this day and and so he so really he really liked the liked groundwork the groundwork for for set the set foundation the foundation full full of Verse of Plant Verse Plant Research Research But one But American one American woman woman was on was the on case the case of carnivorous of carnivorous plants. plants. Around Around the same the time same time as Darwin. as Darwin. I will I give will you give my you observations my observations on draw. on draw. Sarah Sarah would would have escaped have escaped the notice the notice of botanists of botanists and she and she struck struck up a up correspondence a correspondence with Darwin with Darwin in a in series a series of letters of letters from from eighteen. eighteen. Seventy Seventy one one four four years years before before he got he to got publishing to publishing his his influential influential on on insect insect diverse diverse plants. plants. I had I two had two or three or three species species of of plants plants growing growing window window ornaments ornaments and soon and soon saw saw the deal the deal on the on folio the folio was a was flytrap a flytrap of considerable. of considerable. Palo Palo when it comes when it to comes to reverse reverse plants plants one of the one best of the women best women that I that I kind kind of came of came across across in my in my studies studies was was Mary Mary trait trait and I and came I across came across her her because because he he in Child in Child Allen's Allen's book book insectivores insectivores plants. plants. There was There a little was a foot little foot art art that talked that talked about about what what Mary Mary Trait Trait had done had done to to contribute contribute to to that particular that particular chapter chapter and I and thought I thought wow. wow. Who's Who's Mrs Mrs Trait? Trait? I WANNA I find WANNA find out more out about more about her her de Madame. de Madame. Your observations Your observations and experiments and experiments on the on sexes the sexes of butterflies. of butterflies. Far Far the best the best as far as far as known as known to me to me which which have have ever ever been been made made said. There's said. a great There's a great letter. letter. Where Where don don thanks? thanks? Mary Mary trait trait for some for some observations observations on dresser. on dresser. I am I glad am glad to hear to hear your observations. your observations. On Dresser On Dresser will will be be published. The unlucky fly a common housefly. Would no sooner be caught by the sticky? Glands of it would've once commenced to fold about its victims. It folded from the apex to the stem of the lake. After the manner of its nation closer and closer it held the poor flying embrace until it ceased its struggles when it soon became partly absorbed by the plant. Professor Gray will give my observations on this planned in his new edition of how plants grow was most respectfully Mrs Mary. Treat New Jersey December. Twenty eight hundred seventy one. I have attended to this subject during several years and have almost manuscript enough to make a volume but have never yet found time to publish. I am very much obliged. You'RE COURTEOUS LEGEND AND REMAIN DIM Adam yours faithfully. Charles Darwin January five eighteen seventy two.
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"They gleason and CREPE and climb and snap end. They feed off flesh. Flies Matz any culinary delight by intrepid? Natasha Mitchell back in the world's hotspot for carnivorous plants or Western Australia last week. Show sit sane. Well today. It's a tile full of twists and tendrils. Yes Trust Sarah. I can all over the world. I just bought another one. Sorry wearies Navan. I have devoted much time to a class of plants that seemed to have reversed regular order of nature and like avengers of Kingdom have turned upon animals incarcerating and finally killing them whether the plants are really hungry and entrapped the animals for food or whether it is only an example of the wanton destructiveness of nature. I leave the Rita to judge. Mary treat eighteen eighty five throughout history. The great botanical artists have often been women but many of them infect scientists to just without the endorsement of the botanical establishment which often shunned or ignored them. The pint brush deemed more appropriate tool for lady than a microscope. I guess botany has always being an interesting one because I suppose that the study of flowers and plants historically was maybe seen in a bit more of a suitable for for women feminine because of flowers and that sort of thing but still it it was still also quite male dominated. I guess in terms of the scholars in that field throughout history. Well one determined woman on a farm in way belt Western. Australia defied the odds and changed the world sore. Australia's incredible carnivorous plants and listened to artists so with Laura Skates botanical scientists doing her PhD on canvas plants. Right now I am taking you down. Bush trial in pursuit of her story. Oh is that it. Yup Oh cute so this is actually one of the climbing ones that I was just talking about so new sixty centimeters long and it's just spreading out of embankment. He and a lot more of them seem to have caught prey on this one. I think it might be dresser. A Men's Eli address or Krant though. Draw ceramic cram throw or the bridal rainbow with its little sunlight sticky leaves hence the name. Sanju it was a man English naturalist and Biologist Charles Darwin nonetheless who is a first credited with helping us understand that coniferous plants lived off flesh. His particularly interested in is a European species. Coatdress ERA TON. Two folio which he did a lot of his experiments on so he would put different things on the leaves like for example he would put a piece of sand orbit of gloss and not really see any reaction but if you put something like little piece of EG or some meat juices suddenly the plant would have reaction to that and the tentacles would start to wrap around so what he basically showed. Is that these plants are reacting to is that have not gene or protein in them so the plants. I almost instantaneously. They know not. That's a be the sand economy that cheese. I eight that yeah exactly so you know. They don't waste any energy wrapping around something. That's not going to be nutritious day instead. Wraparound when it's going to be something that will give them a good boost of nitrogen. I mean even in my PhD thesis. I go back to Dahlan's original studies and some of his original thoughts and ideas things that with testing to this day and so he really liked the groundwork for set the foundation full of Verse Plant Research But one American woman was on the case of carnivorous plants. Around the same time as Darwin. I will give you my observations on draw. Sarah would have escaped the notice of botanists and she struck up a correspondence with Darwin in a series of letters from eighteen. Seventy one four years before he got to publishing his influential on insect diverse plants. I had two or three species of plants growing window ornaments and soon saw the deal on the folio was a flytrap of considerable. Palo when it comes to reverse plants one of the best women that I kind of came across in my studies was Mary trait and I came across her because he in Child Allen's book insectivores plants. There was a little foot art that talked about what Mary Trait had done to contribute to that particular chapter and I thought wow. Who's Mrs Trait? I WANNA find out more about her de Madame. Your observations and experiments on the sexes of butterflies. Far the best as far as known to me which have ever been made said. There's a great letter. Where don thanks? Mary trait for some observations on dresser. I am glad to hear your observations. On Dresser will be
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"The US defense. The atmosphere was electric in Paris, partly stadium which was filled to capacity with nearly fifty thousand French and American fans. One of them was rose Nichols from Washington state has been the hardest game. I think France had a lot of possession for a lot of the game. And we really had to work hard for the win. Yeah. Is really exciting. Now. Plays England in the semifinals, Tuesday, Leong, Eleanor Beardsley, NPR news, Paris. On Wall Street, the Dow was up seventy three points. You're listening to NPR from gay community news. I'm Alex Helmick governor Gavin Newsom state lawmakers have come to an agreement on a housing issue. That was holding up a final state budget deal cake, Cutie politics, reporter, Katie, or has the details Newsome and lawmakers were wrangling over how to deal with local governments that don't follow state laws, requiring them to make regular plans to accommodate housing growth in his original budget proposal Newsome had threatened to withhold gas tax revenues from cities and counties that don't comply this final agreement would allow local governments to be fined up to six hundred thousand dollars a month, and in extreme cases, face judicial takeover of their zoning authority, if they don't comply Newsome had held off signing the final state. Budget Bill until deal was. Reached. He finally signed the budget Thursday evening hours before the deadline. In sacramento. I'm Katie or KiKi Dee news. More on that story at five thirty. So Noma Moran officials say they're not planning to introduce new safety initiatives after two fatalities on the agency's tracks in rohnert park. A bicyclist was struck and killed this morning and woman was hit and killed by a sonoma's Marin area rail transit train yesterday. Jennifer McGill is the transit systems chief of police. She says that in both incidents the victims ignored clear warning signs in both of these cases if the pedestrian yesterday and the cyclists today if they were paying attention and following the rules of the road, either both preventable death mcgeough says these are the only two fatalities on the tracks this year. I'm Alex Helmick cake. You eighty support comes from the SF symphony with special performances at Stanford's frost, amphitheater, July, tenth through fourteenth tickets available now support for NPR comes from Fredrika.
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"What a joke you played on. I showed him the king of the hill. Neon? Genesis of jelly on the opening. It was a ruse. -brate. However, what even galleon I don't know how to say it. I e van galleon, even million growing up all my friends at event, Gelian, which might be more even Jellicoe, I think, maybe makes more sense. I think so too. They said it in the first episode. Yeah, but I'm gonna watch that Japanese what I watched an English I only watch, I only watched subs, man. I'll your sub person. Absolutely. So they're not Agom. Custom actually are couple of changes that was an all joke. Oh, Netflix has changed, for whatever reason two major things. Change. Number one is that the ending song is no longer the cover of flying to the moon. That's fair. Guess it's now just like a random sad, piano music, great. That's not cool. But I in the Japanese version on Japanese Netflix, which is apparently thing, the song is unchanged. So it might be US music licensing. The Frank Sinatra state is very litigious people. Let people genuinely have a very hard time Sinatra songs, and then the second big change would probably affect you because this version of neon Genesis Evan Gallion event. Jillian say let's just wait. Let's say even jelly him for now. Okay. I'm not going to remember that the event gel got a new English translation for the subs- hook as rand new, okay? Done for a modern take. On the series. Okay. And it rewrote or retranslated or reinterpreted the relationship between sin shit shit Shinji. Yeah. And his male friend whose name I do not remember. Oh, because I have not met him in the enemy at completely forgot his name starts if a K cholera. Wabi cower, cholera. Yeah. Maybe something like that. Reinterpreted their relationship to be less gay. Why would they do that? Because their relationship is very good. I mean, they're their relationship is very big US. But the relationships that exists in that way, for that reason, like okay beyond everything about, like neon Genesis evangelical in with, like, it's super Judeo Christian overtones, imagery, Moya's based on that messes. But like it's, it's a it's a show about. The ad and sexuality and sexual identity for the most part lake. It's that's what shows about so Twitter user, MIO, Sion's was the first one, the pointed out a Sut. He did he or she get a side by side. Comparison of the subtitles, the tough is the original where the character says, yes. Worthy of love, I need. I love you to the bottom, where it says. Yes, you're worthy of my grace. It means I like you. Why would they do that? And the person who did the translations could not comment directly on the scene. Mumbi was axed about it. He instead said something about this, the more modern approach to the series, it should be more faithful to the actual words said to which other people call out the words said, we're literally this, and it literally means this changed it from that. And then it just kind of became a real big. Angry flame more. I mean, I don't like anything devolve into a flame more. But I do feel like we have a pretty prickly translation in itself is something that kind of goes overlooked as far as being a phenomenally, like fundamental conversation between artists, and the people who end up enjoying their work because translation is, it's literally, the most fundamental change. You can take you could make a work is translating. Yeah. Because like for a lot of things, especially a lot of older. Animated video games translator would just have massive blocks of Texans spreadsheets that they just translate. One to lawn no idea of context, because they had to crank the shit very quickly. That's less the case now because there are more translators working, but like you can depending on your relationship to the work and what you do. When you translate, you can completely change the meaning of something, which seems to have happened in this case, there are entire academic fee. Fields that study just translations and translations are still done to this day not by linguists, but a lot of times by writers, like, Neil Gaiman just translated more mythology a couple years ago, I said just but it was a couple years ago, it translation still happening. It still is very much art more art than science. Yeah. Because translation is not a scientific process because something that you say one language if you map it exactly to its closest relatives in another language will meet a completely different thing. I think the there was a translator for Umberto eco. And I think also Italo Calvino some tallow Calvino books was Jeffrey Weaver, he passed away recently. But he wrote essays essays about the relationship that a translator has to an author, and he talks about being a very intimate relationship where you truly have to put in time and effort to under. Understand what a work meant, and you need to analyze themes, and that to, to be adequate translator. You cannot be a scientist. You have to be an artist. Yes. And even then let a very good. Translators is going to give you something very close, but it's still ninety percent. Original intent ten percent the intent of the translator every time a work is translated like you said, you know, there is some kind of layup crossover between literal translation and interpretation. Yeah. Translation is interpretation. You can't interpret and a non biased way, gourd interpretation will color the entire work. I have found the response of the translator because I wanted to better represent his argument just for the sake of being unbiased because I did not. I have no personal stake in this, somebody acts him about why the change to make the. Relationship between seventy Inkatha ru more platonic versus nomadic and his responses while I'm not in the position to refer specifically to the season involved in the scene. You described and all my translation of any title. I tried my best to be faithful to the original source material bar. None the power of storytelling sometime. The pens on the ability of audiences to establish emotional relationship with the character as well as recognizing intimacy between people based on inferences. It is one thing for characters to confess their love it is quite another, for the audience to infer affection, and leave them guessing, how committed the characters what possible misunderstandings might be taking place leaving room for interpretation. Makes makes things exciting. I mean I can kind of understand where he's coming from of because you don't necessarily have to have character say what they feel all the time and I don't think that that's. Translators job necessarily, and I don't think anyone will write dialogue in that way. What's super interesting? The point out in his defense of his translation is the amount of time since English grammar is bad. So, like, what misunderstandings might be talking place? Oh, strain, leaving room for interpretation makes things that one's like fine. But like if you are an English translator maybe your grammar should be a little, I'm not judging. I'm not attacking this character. I am just pointing out the fact that this man is an English translator. Yeah. And his English seems a little off. And I know this was probably first language because Twitter handles Japanese, I would almost prefer that, honestly, I would prefer someone translate this into English English was not their first language. And that's exactly what happened there. I mean, it's it's I understand where this person might be coming from. But like I said, it's, it's difficult. I do believe that the text as it was initially given to me, was what I consider to be correct. But who's to say because I don't speak Japanese. So when you watch the series originally, you didn't watch it onto nominee. He didn't watch it. Occur to our. No, I downloaded it. Oh, wow. I download the original fan subs, actually. So there was a time when you could arrange to buy VHS fan subs from people and I owned a few episodes of the Genesis evangelical in that way, it was a crazy time even galleon even gal me on. So I plan to watch the Doug because I've always watched dubs, even the sure the dubs fine while I I'm going to keep an eye because the dub is original. I believe it's the original audio so many keep an eye out on the relationship to see how that relationship between Cindy, and whatever's name is, is presented in English English that there's no more after English, how that relationship is presented and English the sea like if there's even like a weird discrepancy between the characters between the southern the dub from the original work. I mean the thing that you want to look out for when you're watching. Jillian, is you're going to be well, there's four characters I won't tell you the fourth one is it's. It's, it's all show, but relationships and how we deal with trauma and service. Much of that, as you might think. I'll I'm referring to at the end of every episode. And the on the next episode thing, an English dub every last sentence is end more fan, serves end, don't worry the fancier voices in the next up like it's a constant joke with. Is that at so at the end of the credits, there's like on the next episode, and they do like a brief synopsis of the next episode and the end of that is always an watch out for the fan service, the joke being there is no fan service. Yeah. Does that new? I don't know if that has been around Fredrika may be totally wrong. Doesn't it does? I don't recall that. Well, it was in the English, dub it wasn't in your stupid. Japanese sweet tweets actually might be in the Japanese subs. But if you've got fan subs might have left it out. Because I thought they thought of it as a distasteful joke. It's also been years since I washed it, but watch for the relationship between Shinji to cower, which I think, is what was Shinji to Ray should you Oskar? Those are the big ones that you look for those are the ones where you hunt and pick your teams who the fuck is Oscar don't worry about it. I actually met Ray Scott blue hair raise blue short hair event jelly is very fucking injured. I don't know where this is going. Neon Genesis even jelly and has good. So I watched the first episode of neon video games Yemen gallium. Uh-huh. And so far, I have to say is I get it. You get that. It's good though. I get it. I get what is doing it subversion of the typical like mechanism where the protagonist gun ho kid. It's like no, the realities of the situation. Is this kid literally fucking showed up five minutes ago and you're shoving him into the most dangerous situation? He's ever been in an everyone around him his counting on because they know the stakes he doesn't fuck into the state because he has got there. So, yeah, he's going to say no, I would actually argue that it is not. It's not as subversive other think. No. I just don't think it's, it's subversive of mecca storytelling. I think that it subversive of things like Alterman. Okay. It's subversive against like Saturday morning cartoons. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. That that's much more in line with the themes that subverts rather than like mecca anime. Because for the most part, I feel like the great majority of mecca me is in itself subversive, because mecca Annemie was supposed to be a subversion of a superhero trope of being like it's, it's power of the human wheel on the collective rather than the power of the one, but no, that's that's more. What it subverts Amaya pay. But every art is open to interpretation. It's a good show. So the point is, I'm going to be watching one episode of week. Oh, you should be done pretty sued and there's twenty six episodes. We'll be done by the time..
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"Mccoo. Google chicken. Came up. Some famous. Second soup. Well I didn't like it's pretty accurate. Liquid penicillin. That's for sure. Lousy song. But anyway. On drugs to like it on on drugs. Drugs. I've never seen anything like bacterial infection my viral infection. They give you this thing. What is this fun? What am I gonna in my ear? God. Oh, in stuff in, of course, I have. You tell me that could have flesh-eating virus down. Manila. It's okay. You'll find don't be don't be chicken it ac- escape again. God knows what is your got virus bacteria? Oh, god. It's horrible. And now you're letting me touch all this stuff. And they're running to them. Women in HR hiding behind this saying he should be doing this show in the heads match. He's threat to our health. They're not hurting. Skirts, notice handed me a piece of paper. I immediately threw it out as soon as he walked in here gets he throws his bag at me. He's like check it out. And I'm touching. It on my oh, great. It's all of his it's always meds, but he's already been using all of them. So as hands all over it. Okay. Okay. All be. Because the other day jet said, lame man, we're all gonna be so sick and we have to come in here because otherwise we're going to be little wimps, if we don't talk about how she was high atop her Chevrolet in Huntington, and that she could spot a flock of chickens. Is that what they're a flock? Sure a gaggle delayed spot the league. Yeah. Because ladies chickens ladies the Roosters had the guys. Roosters don't lay aches. It's the chickens chickens can be. No, I know chickens can be black, can't they sure okay because we had a chicken, but we named him fry her Freddie, Freddie. Her. My I know I just I was little. I didn't know my brother came home from nursery school in Miami. And he had it was it was right before Christmas, or up Easter Christmas break Easter break any, he had won a little baby tiny, little chick. So he brought it home. But it was a chicken. So it was a girl. It didn't because although it did walk around. Maybe it was a roost. I don't know so long ago but it we let it would it would basically just run free around our house. And we lived at the end of a coal the sack and it was pretty who had in advance. You didn't realize this at the Huddy house, they had the first free range. Yeah. Right. We did. I. In our house, our street backed up to a mango a mango grove. And at the other side of the mega was a farm. And so when we left, when we moved up to New York, we gave Freddie Fredrika, I guess, to the farm, which now I realize, it's probably a hard thing to do because Freddie to- Frederica probably became dinner night. My parents did that. My mom also gave away. My little dog Scooby when I was a little kid and like the person came to get it right in front of me because it was just too small, and I kept stepping all over it. When I was little something wrong traumatize traumatized because I remember very well that day. Pull it to all of us that in this hunt zip code of Huntington. They will people raising chickens and giving eggs out. Yes. I mean, a, a family, a lovely couple that is tied to perhaps somebody in our control room area. They actually put some chick, some eggs into our mailbox and they've done that a couple of times and it's fantastic. Fantastic ace like these are real nice Brown. Beautiful egg legal out there in Huntington. Yes. Flock of chickens. Well, apparently in Brookhaven Brookhaven town Suffolk County, you can have chickens you can have six chickens, no Roosters though you don't have to have a permit. But if you have a big structure, you might have to have a permit, but I think it's okay now I don't know about Huntington, but I don't really want to look that up because I don't want these people to get in trouble, my friends. Huntington station. There are a lot of chickens, a lot of Roosters because that's part of the Mexican and Central American experience. Where do they keep them because there's a lot in the yard? I haven't seen any look at Brian mongoloid, which in a trailer park that he grew up in there in the south shore of pizza. You know what the three I cut in forty caters and a double wide body. Yes. Didn't you have chickens? Yes. I had chickens growing up. I chicken Roosters in our backyard. Okay. Well, you but you are Matz pizzas. So I'm looking now at Huntington on the null show. No person shall keep maintain house or possess more than eight chickens or ducks, or any combination thereof on any premises. So I guess I guess they're good. We're good to go show how many chickens and Roosters did you have at the Mongoloids household? We had, I think it was like three or four chicken. You didn't. You don't remember in one rooster, but one, I think ran away. Got loot kill it. Sick thing. Like now going to turn into a serial killer was definitely sneaking home one night and just accidentally squad at all. And then why did you say, no, how do you know what happened? You don't know what happened. Maybe just like, you know, one flew away, LAPD away stole it because the possibility. Because I don't think they're going to clear at eight foot fence, well, but I don't know. They I've Freddie Rica jumped from our our little patio onto a table. And just absolutely sent my cousin, Tori into meltdown city, now horribly start. What was the purpose of the three check engine? The one was it just to get the eggs. My brother went to like a livestock farm, and he decided to bring one home, and then really throw the belt this, your brother was a member of the four H club. No, he wasn't. He wasn't. He was not. But then, then he brought another one home. And then you put another one. I one day we had a roof in the backyard. So that's that he didn't bring home a rooster showed up. Shit. Yeah. So the rooster hats, you know, came into the picture, what did your parents say when your brother throw shakin, how old was he it'd be eighteen seventeen eighteen maybe younger that is bizarre. Now he just want chicken. Did you have a big yard? Yeah. I mean it was a corner property. I wonder if we got a chicken, what would happen, I mean you should do it. You got plenty of room there. My brother built like a coupe. So, you know, the chickens had a place to lay their eggs fried coop. It's like I had pitch. Coop. It'd be nice they'd helps you. You know, 'cause the weather and you have to have they have to have they have to have little relations, don't they just have? When it comes to poultry. I don't know these chickens now can clone their own. They don't need. They don't need just moving guys. Now they can call narrow own really. You didn't know that. What Barbara Streisand dog fees? I don't to you. Don't want to tell you what they do on the big chicken farms, you know, 'cause it constantly, creating a little chick so God. Yeah. Now, they save the female chicks, and they kill the male chicks. Why? Because the male chicks, don't produce eggs. Oh, so maybe Freddie was a male. Way too steep. I completely admit that I'm really stupid when it comes to this end math. A chicken is always a female or no. Jason is always a fiend chicks. No legal rooster, chick, a rooster can be a little baby. So when when did pulling him when it calling them when they hatch. Yeah, they, they see that there a male they kill him. Well, that's not red China. Kill the women. The baby girls. Humans say only one baby boy's, it's horrible. Oh, it's Harley. That's horrible. Why would they? Why would they just let the little boys run around because the little little boys? That's the problem. God, you got really excited at that point, I hate to put one eight hundred eight four eight WABC. Let's go to Ronnie in far Rockaway, welcome the Kurdish and Juliet, Huddy on WABC. Rodney. Yeah. But the rooster could create a big problem when he starts crawling in the morning. Now. But there is a big difference. You all right? Juliet back then to kids have. Who wants to hit that in the morning, I got neighbors. I don't want to, but the chicks the kids would have back then, and they would the mother would have to say, we're bringing the chick to the, the chicken hotel me, was either to slow down. The people keep them and they lay the eggs, now they've supposedly organic the exit, even better. But you do get believe me, you don't want any your neighbor having a rooster. I don't remember, Freddie. Doing that. But he didn't way. But it depends on how old how old is he? We, we had him when he was a baby. I mean, unless he was laying eggs in the mango grove. Chick when he was a little chick. He was wouldn't you, mother. No. I mean. Now, it's not like she doesn't remember wouldn't. She have known if it was a boy chick, or a female, but we also named our cat Lassie, and our dog floozy. So wait. Until you know, you name your cat, why. See. Yeah. And our dog floozy and yeah. And I think floozy was boy to so this function. You didn't know the difference between a boy dog and a girl dog. Now. My we my parents, did they just thought it was funny. I don't know. It was a long time ago like your all your like your family, so normal..
"fredrika" Discussed on WJR 760
"So you have these leftist. Who are like leftists anywhere? Ladies and gentlemen, like left us anywhere you will find. That the leftists who hate America hate Israel that the leftists who eight Israel hate America. It just the way it is. Because of the shared principles the shared values the shared belief systems. This country was founded as Judeo Christian nation. With the influence. Of course of the enlightenment. You're not even allowed to say that New York Judeo-Christian what, why separation of church and sit? No, no. I said Judeo Christian. How many Christian communities are there any more in the Middle East? They're almost all wiped out and the few that are left, whether they're in Iraq, Iran, or Egypt. They're being wiped out. They're being wiped out the second oldest religion. Born in the Middle East. There aren't even a million Christians in the Middle East that I'm aware of. The first Judaism, they're told they're occupying land, there occupying land, the Arabs slash Muslims have the entire Middle East. Over over a dozen. I think it's almost two dozen countries. All included. Control them. Run them. And Israel's occupying territory that belonged to the Palestinians. What kind of a sick joke is this? And then you have little left this jerks, indoctrinated in colleges and universities. And by these phony front groups. Self hating front groups. Well, they've now secreted themselves into this birthright program, so they can go there. Why bother? Just go directly into the Palestinian areas. Go ahead, go to Gaza. Let's see how long you last. Go to the Palestinian Authority, cfpb long you last. Hi. My name is Frederick. Fredrika goldstein. And I'm from Queens, New York. And I'm twenty three years old, and I want to bond with you. Hamath I went to bond with you and gone. Finished never to be seen again. I'll be right back..
"fredrika" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"To the latest traffic and weather together, we are dealing with a broken down vehicle where the right lane is blocked. Northbound I seventy five right near the Brent Spence bridge, also dealing with another broken down vehicle. Northbound is seventy five right near ice four. But if you see any problems make sure to give us a call at four two one six three nine seven. Now the latest forecast from the Exegen temporal thermometer weather center on News Radio seven hundred wwl. Tri-state clear skies by daybreak. Temperatures in the upper twenties for the rest of our Monday, still cool, but sunshine all day, highs in the upper forties, Monday night, fair skies and a low of twenty eight Wednesday brings our next chance for rain from your severe weather station of nine I warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh. News Radio seven hundred wwl w the radar is still all clear. It's thirty nine degrees. Right now news is a service of mikecastruccichevrolet in Milford attorneys for a woman facing charges in connection to an Ohio family massacre are seeking dismissal of obstruction and perjury charges against her seventy six year old Fredrika Wagner's son daughter in law and two grandsons pleaded not guilty to the two thousand sixteen slayings of eight wrote and family members in pike county. Wagner, pleaded not guilty to charges against her. The Plain Dealer in Cleveland reports her attorneys filed a motion on Friday to dismiss those. Charges the newspaper reports Wagner testified she bought to bulletproof vests after the shooting through Amazon, but investigators found no purchase record of the vest. They suspect Wagner's family war during the slayings. And investigators say they found evidence that possibly links last week's deadly crash of an Ethiopian Airlines. Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight with an October crash in Indonesia, the same model plane was involved in both fatal crashes that killed nearly three hundred and fifty people experts found that the Ethiopian aircrafts horizontal.
"fredrika" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Pope. He'll. King the king of infomercials. Yeah. Absolutely before they're infamous. Yeah. He made some fun products into whammo in the pocket fisherman all sorts of things. So that's what I recommend. So that's just a little test question this morning seven hundred dollars to say, yes, sir. Approximately some winters. It's less some winters. It's more. If you live more toward Ocala, it's more. If you live more toward palm base little less and does it. Frees in central Florida. Absolutely. Absolutely. I'm I'm a believer of the twenty year free cycle. And if you study the history of Florida, orange robes from back to the early nineteen hundreds. Yeah, they knew it too. That's where he got it from by the way. Just every twenty years planning replant trees, physical freeze the White Mountains. We get lots of frost in my house. We already had three frost this year. Wow. One little heavier, the desert pretty light and your awful lake. Aren't you? Tom your by is that make frosting happen. Any more often? I know we're getting lake effect or cream cheese frosting myself. I know we're not getting lake effect snow or anything down here. But what what's interesting is. There's a low spot in my yard. It's up some kind of on on the hill in props ten feet to the Bank, the low spot is colder lifespan. So how about that? Interesting Stein that wind factor and the wind is always always higher because there's trees down in the back is kind of become a swamp. So they called it a preserve when I bought the house. It's a mosquito farm just a mosquito form that's all it is. So when it starts to get dark you start hearing me again louder, you know, head for the house. Transform and they live Paul. No. It's not. It's not. So anyway, that's just a little tidbit on heating and different things. You know heating is not that important the important until it doesn't work. Right. There's like oh my goodness. This is the funny part many times, I went to sell at conditioners to the houses and talking to customers customer. They don't worry about the more the heated. I'll get I never told my heater ever the first winter. That's the first person who called. He says. Say no, don't he don't want you bomb trying to convince you that you're gonna need it once a year. Yeah. Just that one day. Even if it's one day, it's worth it. And he's going to be full of people. Dude houses full of people, and you're going to be like, why didn't do it. Yeah. So we always convince the heat pump, the different prices soy small raise. No Sabe is in. They're trying to go to straight Couderc Monday. Just schooling section. And it is working. Yeah. If you're Miami or something, you know, straight straight straight heat electric heat streak cool machine. Venice Florida vying, Naples, whatever, but you've come this side of highway sixty. You know, little south of highway sixty one did he we're in the perfect heat pump range for the entire well about the planet. But but Florida anyway. Sure. In Benton Benton on more popular because he wasn't Benton before that. But again, more popular than the eighties. People was afraid. Yeah. People prey and people who are laying all my goal. This is more parts is going to break in and up down left to right. Yeah. And they got by reputation at the beginning. The beginning was a little more challenging the people were could you don't know anything to knock. Here's the story on that. Remember, the guy from the sixties where these commercials again, we're talking. Yeah. Ron pope. He'll heat pumps in the sixties were called reverse cycle reverse cycle. And that's really what they do. They were miserable. There were miserable. That's worth reputation came from Hector hung on in hung on in hung on the good news when we got into the to the eighties nineties for sure there's less parts than ever before in the heat pump. Because they realize it didn't need them all through a lot of science, and technology and training. So they've become way more reliable than they used to be originally back in the day in. I I don't see any really major reliability issues with those versus regular air conditioner. They're all mechanical they're all gonna break. Eventually they're going to have a part is going to fail. That's just the nature of Jesus. Kind of like singing never need tires for my car. You're gonna need tires regards. And you're gonna change all free car wiper blades for your car. You know? It's like, yeah. You know? It's a new car you buy the best one. That's right. Even in the best car the windshield. Wiper fluid runs out weirdest thing I've ever seen or if you buy a pickup truck like me, it's not the best one. But it's a nice pick is afford. You know, the windshield wiper fluid runs out. I was the best one that had the the love that day. Yeah. No. It's a nice truck this. It's Larry it. So it's a nice truck. It's not like, the platinum or some other fancy dancy thing. They got. But this nice. I'm not whining. I'm just saying. Sometimes it runs out of gas like this morning at turns around and goes, Bing, Bing, Bing, your, I guess you have thirty eight miles. Twenty seven miles at the station. I'm good. You'll be fine pushing the less. Yeah. Way opening heat pumps in. You don't wanna get you wanna give checked out. You want him service is like your car got change or whatever. But you want to get checked out. And we do that at protect. We do hundreds thousands of the year, and we're very very thankful do that. We appreciate the business. It will take good care of you. So that's my three cents on the test. Question of the morning. Okay. You test that heating heating is not on the logo. But we certainly take care of it. Right. Right. So so how many hours is it lower than than forty five degrees in Florida? Oh, okay. We started about two miles per year. Out of a book your gardening book in Frederick Fredrika somehow yesterday gardening bug in calendar here get my cash this book, let's hundred and fifty to three hundred fifty hours below forty five degrees in central Florida Honda fifty to three hundred three hundred fifty well, some years or course that comes out to about fourteen and a half days. So that makes sense. Thank you, man. You're on it. So you know, it's interesting because I'm looking at these box gardens, which is like a four by four like a raised bed. Okay. Gotcha four foot by four foot. And then you have like diesel rose in there was that rose all the way around there. What you're gonna grow? Well, I don't know. That's just trying to figure it out. Because the doctor says I have to eat better than says after eat better. I felt a steady diet of Chick-fil-A was pretty good myself. But. It's the Coca Cola. Tony gimme the worst. Well, you know, what what do I eat? That's a vegetable. So why are you gonna grow for drinking? Well, piano. Coca cola. Drinking..