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Ozuna, Albies Go Back-to-Back as Braves Beat Brewers 6-3
"Losing to the Braves starting pitching matchup in this one. Adrian Hauser on the mound for the crew. Drew Smyly going for Atlanta would be the Brewers, who would strike first in the bottom of the second inning. Avisail Garcia leave the inning off with a double A Travis Shaw ground out moves Garcia to third. And that brings up Louise Aureus. Now the pitch swinging a bullet hit after global Dansby Swanson in the left field on Gloria's will get the runner home sound. They score that one. I think it's gonna be in areas should have caught it. At least for now. That's being ruled a base hit. Although Dansby Swanson would commit an air later on in the inning, But the Brewers weren't able to take advantage of it. They get the one run on two hits. They strand two runners there in the second and say one. Nothing game going into the third. This was a neighboring houses would start to a run into a little bit of trouble. Very angry and so would lead the inning. Awful. They walked and Freddie Freeman with line out a wild pitch from Hauser would send Adrian's a two second. Then they walked to Marcela Zuna that puts runners on at 1st and 2nd. Ozzy al Bees, then lines out. But then Dansby Swanson walks so that loads the bases for Austin Reilly swinging a bouncer off of Hauser. Deflection. Maria's can't get it. One run is in house is going to come in. Ozuna scores to make it a 21 Atlanta lead It deflected off of Hauser. Horace was going over to get it and he might have had a chance to get it if it doesn't hit Hauser That would push wants into third than William Contreras is hit by a pitch so multiple walks a hit batter there in the inning. Hauser would get out of it with a strikeout to enter and see our days. The Braves leave him loaded. They put do put two runs across there in the third, and it is a 21 game. That would be it for
Flaherty's 7th Wins Lifts Cards as Burnes Walks 1st Batter
"The cardinals scored one run in each the first and ninth innings and that stood up for starting pitcher Jack Flaherty am the bullpen in a two nothing shut out of the brewers flirty moved his record to seven and all who gave up four hits over six innings and I'll do all brewers starter Corbin Burnes brewers put two on in the bottom of the ninth inning brought the go ahead run to the plate before cardinal closer Alex Ramos got out of the jam and got the save birds who took the loss also set a major league record struck out fifty eight before yielding his first walk of the season Chuck Freeman the walking
Bucks Rally in 4th to Beat Nets 124-118, Clinch Playoff Spot
"The box used a big fourth quarter rally to upend the nets for a second time in three nights a one twenty four one eighteen Bucks win Jana son of the couple had thirty six points and help lead in eighteen to one fourth quarter run to put the box in firm control down the stretch the nets had an early six point fourth quarter lead before the box got red hot on a couple says for regular season wins in recent weeks against the contending nets and Sixers means little to him nobody's going to movies games when the playoffs on me personally doesn't mean that the box of also earned a playoff bid for a fifth straight year hi Rick Irving had thirty eight to lead the nets Kevin Durant had thirty two the nets have lost three straight Chuck Freeman Milwaukee
Shaw, Lauer lead Brewers past Bauer, Dodgers 2-1
"The pitching matchup was a mismatch but was Eric Lauer and the bullpen that helped the brewers nail down a two to one win over the Dodgers Lauer pitched the first five scoreless innings and four relievers were good enough to outdueled reigning Cy Young Award winner Trevor Bauer Bauer had one blemish he gave up a fourth inning two run Homer to Travis Shaw in his complete game four hitter Shaw says the brewers knew it would be difficult to score on power it's tough to rack up a bunch of hits after it against a guy like that so when he makes a mistake you got to kind of capitalize on it the Dodgers have a couple of rally snuffed out including in the ninth the Dodgers scored against brewer closer Josh Hayter with then got Mookie Betts to fly out to right field to end the game with the potential tying run on first base Chuck Freeman Milwaukee
Bay Area Artist Spreads Love, Smiles Through Her 'Heartwork'
"A bay area artist is spreading love and smiles through her heart work paintings Deirdre Freeman walks from her home in Alameda California lugging a large colorful painting and tote bag with her hammering nails for goal is simple to spread smiles at the much needed love to the masses through acrylics on canvas which feature a red heart shaped over whimsical designs I wanted to continue doing something because we were in the midst of a really hard time with okay and with all that police brutality and politics a hardware project began two years ago people around Alameda col Freeman the heart lady her message is spreading I was walking by and I noticed that a child came and put their own little poster on underneath Freeman dreams of having a heart work on billboards I'm a Donahue
Bumgarner pitches 7-inning no-hitter, Arizona sweeps Braves
"It's a no hitter that wasn't as Madison Bumgarner held the Braves hitless in the Diamondbacks seven nothing victory in game two of the twin bill it's the first no hitter in the seventh inning doubleheader game but it won't count as MLB doesn't recognize any page with fewer than twenty seven outs even Bumgarner isn't sure it should count as a no no the only race batter who reached base on him came on shortstop Nick Ahmed throwing error in the second inning Ellen I manage just one hit in the fourteen inning double header I Freddie Freeman single of Zac Gallen in game one I'm the ferry
Suns Edge Bucks 128-127 After Foul in Final Second of OT
"Chris Paul moved up to the NBA record books and the sun's pull out of one twenty eight what twenty seven double overtime thriller over the box Devin Booker had a team high twenty four he was followed with point three seconds left made the first free throw intentionally missed the second and the sons had themselves a big road victory the town's going down and not charge gets us part of your and then I'll make the first move you know don't give much answered this is like the sons had a rally in regulation to force overtime they were down seven with about forty half minutes left Paul had twenty two points thirteen assists and moved ahead of Magic Johnson in the fifth place on the all time assists list Chuck Freeman Milwaukee
Fighting the Good Fight With Jim Freeman
"This week on wwe. Okay f daily. I was joined by jim. Freeman author of rich thanks to racism a new book in which he talks about. America's uber wealthy and how they have profited off of are racist institutions and continue to do so on historic scale during a global health pandemic infused with renewed uprisings for racial justice. We talked for a half an hour. About how four prophet racism persists in the education criminal justice and immigration systems. If you want to hear the full in depth conversation had over to patriot dot com slash woke up in his book. Jim talks about the concept of strategic racism. The idea that racial inequities are baked into our systems by design in order to make the wealthy even wealthier. I asked jim to talk about how the fight for. Racial justice isn't just about educating people but directly challenging our institutions that uphold and profit from racism. It's very exciting. That there are a lot of people now particularly after last summer who started to recognize the urgency to end systemic racism. And it's very exciting that lots more people are joining this movement joining these efforts. I mean i think the movement that's being built right now can finally achieved that goal. But i wrote the book because there's very little understanding of what and who stands in the way of that In a lot of these dynamics that you're talking about right. Because i wanted people to understand that the biggest reason why systemic racism persists is that these dynamics pre covid during covid which are so devastating for so many people of color and so many communities of color are for a lot of large corporations and wall street banks enormously profitable. They are the biggest reason why we have these deeply unjust policies on the books and they're also heavily invested in preserving and expanding racial inequities which i refer to as strategic racism. So the book is really intended to give people a road map of what it's gonna take to truly dismantle systemic racism. Because while it's very doable. There's still not enough people. Supporting racial justice efforts and far too many people posing them and as you say a lot of those people are getting even more wealthy and more powerful results of this global
Urías drives in 3 on pinch-hit double, Brewers down Cubs 6-3
"The burst turned a pitchers duel into a run away six to three win over the cubs a five run sixth inning pave the way the bursa trailed one nothing going into the earnings but pinch hitter Luis Rios put the brewers on the border with a bases clearing three run double it made a winner out of Freddy Peralta who is beating the cubs twice with two strong starts in the last week the cubs who have lost five of six they couldn't get any offense going first order advert as away who give up just one hit through the first five innings Chuck Freeman Milwaukee
Freeman homers, drives in 3 as Braves edge Phillies 5-4
"All right Adriana is a scored on a bloop infield hit by pretty premium in the seventh inning as the Atlanta Braves defeated the Philadelphia Phillies five to poor Freeman hit a dribbler to Phillies pitcher Jose Alvarado but instead of going home right away all right turned a second by the time he threw home Adriana's scored the winning run but Braves manager Brian Snitker said to him it was a typical Braves win it seems like it's always there a tight game which is a good thing because then you know I mean it it becomes the normal and and guys you know it didn't phase him at all but we have a Tennessee it seems like the the play that game every night Freeman had a home run and three RBIs Andrew McCutchen and Bryce Harper had solo shots for the bills Gary McPhillips Atlanta
Abbott demands U.S. government shut down facility housing migrant children
"Abbott is calling on the Biden administration to shut down the migrant center that set up inside the Freeman Coliseum in San Antonio due to multiple allegations about how those sheltering there are being treated Children at this facility. Are being sexually assaulted. There are not enough staff to safely supervised the Children at this facility. Abbott is asking the Texas Rangers to look into the claims.
Texas investigating child abuse allegations at temporary migrant facility
"Texas governor Faults Biden after child sexual abuse allegations surfaced in migrant facility By the way, about a third of women coming north are raped, according to the immigration groups that monitor this stuff. And since the numbers are much bigger now, thanks to Biden. The numbers of rape so much bigger now to absolutely extraordinary stuff. S O Texas Governor Greg Abbott demanded a migrant facility be shut down in Texas. After allegations of child sex abuse surfaced while blaming President Joe Biden for his handling of the southern border situation on the influx of unaccompanied minors. The makeshift facility set up by the federal government at Freeman Coliseum, and San Antonio is the subject of complaints regarding allegations of child sexual assault a shortage of staff to supervise the Children properly. And accusations that those in custody aren't being fed properly, The Republican announced during a Wednesday evening press conference, adding that solo miners are said to be testing positive for covert 19 and staff is not physically separating them to avoid the spread of the crown of
Why Does My Mouth Like Sugar but My Body Doesn't?
"Old a lot to know my mouth. Love took about my body today on imagine this. We're wondering why suga tastes good. But mon- up your good for us bags all moi ada but jane might. Jane freeman is from the dietitians association of australia. Dieticians are experts on food and our bodies. He she is now. Hi jane hi everyone. Hello timely again. I know it's good to eight lots of veggies. But i really feel like something. Sweet cake and cupcakes crane so we wondering what amounts love suga but our bodies dying. It's a really great question. The shown answer is suga. Isn't all bad for you but too much sugar can be a problem. It's a bit tricky to explain. It's easier if i show you but we're going to have to use our nation's on imagine this no worries. Take this walkie talkie. We'll be needing it later. And can you open your mouth. Nice and wide sure. Perfect is all right with you. If we go in for closer look go for it. Say our shrunk. What in your mail. It feels like coming to people if we want to understand. How shook a wicks in buddies. The mouth is a good place to start. Chung zal bumps.
Atlanta Braves and Philadelphia Phillies to meet at Citizens Bank Park
"Shortened 60 game season last year. Baseball returns to the full slate of 162 games. The Braves Open in Philly today is W S. B. J Black reports. There's unfinished business. Atlanta's rebuild its rotation with the additions of Drew Smiley and Charlie Morton, who quickly see the Braves formula. So good dudes that just buy into what's going on. It's very rare professional sport where you have so many different guys that they all like each other. And Freddie Freeman anchors and elite line up with Ronald Akunyili, while Max Freed gets his first opening day start, was excited. Something that you dream about something that you work for top prospect. Christian Pasha is also rookie of the Year candidate. But the division is much tougher first pitch just after three around 9000 fans will be in the stands in Philadelphia today. The brace will allow about 13,000 for next week's home opener.
Pennsylvania's Camelback Resort investigating lift chair fall that injured three people
"Come on, Whose time 12 11, a ski resort in the Poconos, looking into an accident involving one of its chair lifts over the weekend. Response to trauma. Do a fault in the lift three paces. Killed. Exit the area. A father in his two Children are recovering after falling from a ski lift a Camelback ski resort in Pennsylvania on Sunday the chair plummeting 15 ft to the ground. The list to the heart stop went up straight down. Douglas Mackey was at the resort ski with his son when he let the father and two kids go ahead of him on the left. Mackey seeing it all happened. He just reached out to grab his kids, man and Oh, Next thing I knew they were falling. Heard sounds. These kids screaming man. It was bad. They went down and those kids was Freeman. It was pretty bad. We were sitting there. We don't know what to do. Don't you love me? Pretty study Ski patrol rushing to help the dad and his two boys ski patrollers in front of me. They pulled the Gangloff, the family. They start treating the first day, the National Ski Areas Association says a chair falling off the cable is rare, but it has happened before Camelback Resort, issuing a statement saying, We are devastated by the weekend's events on the Sullivan lift in our hearts go out to the family involved. We thank you for your patience as we continue to conduct a thorough investigation. In the meantime, the Sullivan lived remains closed. We don't know if was operator error If the lift had been properly maintained over the years or who was left into fall into disrepair, and that might have caused a problem. We don't know if it was a problem with The motor drives themselves. There's just a lot of unanswered questions at this point. The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry say they are aware of the incident and they're working with the resort on
Morgan Freeman quote
"And now i'd like to give you another great example how to not take things personally because it has to do with our own stuff in quotes i call it also our sore points what you refer to as triggers the trigger is something that's coming from the outside world and what does it trigger. It triggers an old wound. That's never really healed. Yes and morgan. Freeman great actor. And of course i feel fond of him because he was one of the main actors in the movie driving miss daisy and of course. I'm kind of fun of him. He was interviewed by journalists from austria regarding discrimination and disadvantage of afro americans here in the united states and the abstract that i'm referring to end the book is solely meant to be viewed. Psychologically regarding hurts and the sore points. So i'm going to read it as i voted my book. She the journalist. What happens when i say you are black. He morgan freeman nothing. She why not he. What happens if i call you. Austrian stupid cow. She nothing he why not she. I don't feel it does address to me. He see me neither she. Is that the trick to not take. It personally addressed he. Yes you call me black then you had the problem and not me because you are using the wrong word by me not feeling it address towards me. I am leaving you alone with your problem. Now that's powerful us wise men. He
Voting Firms Turn To Defamation Lawsuits To Counter False Claims
"And another election Cos. Smartmatic have also filed defamation lawsuits against Trump allies and pro trump media companies with more likely to come. Bill Adair runs the journalism program of Duke University and founded the fact checking website politic Fact, I think this is a completely new Way of tackling misinformation as a journalist. I am I'm a little bit nervous. The idea of using defamation lawsuits makes us a little bit concerned. In particular, he's worried defamation suits could become a weapon against journalists just doing their jobs. But in the current moment, he's come to believe they have a role to play. We need to incentivize truth and we need to de incentivize. Lying money is what matters to AH Media company. Defamation lawsuit is a big way to do that. The suits appear to be having an effect. An anchor for Newsmax walked out on a live interview with the My Pillow CEO when he started making false claims about Dominion voting machines. Can we get out of here, please? But defamation lawsuits are difficult to win. You need to show the person knew or should have known a statement was false when they made it. George Freeman spent three decades defending people against defamation lawsuits as the in house counsel for the New York Times, He says media organizations have a First Amendment right to report on what important people say, even if it may be untrue. But he says the pro trump outlets like Newsmax and away in May have crossed a legal line by amplifying and appearing to endorse obvious falsehoods. They haven't stepped back, although I don't now. Your signs that they're starting to because they're worried about liability, and I think that's a good thing. Still, Freeman thinks the strongest defamation case is against Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani. He made certain accusations on TV. But then he didn't make those in court because I think he knew you would be subject to discipline and perjury if you made them an official documents, so that would seem to be pretty good evidence that he knew they were false. Yet there are reasons why defamation cases aren't filed more often. Many conspiracy theories don't target a specific person or company and the cases can take years to go through the courts, so it's likely when the next presidential election begins. These lawsuits about the 2020 election will still be grinding along.
Show #56 "Cadet to Comedy" Ross Bennett Shares! - burst 02
"You started off as a west coast comic and then switched over born and raised my younger years in a small town in western new york state. Nothing like i was in florida for a number of years. I was but i was never a new york city garlic and i remember being in l. a. at the comedy store around nineteen eighty one. These new york act started to come out when they were fully formed. Here i was trying to figure out how to do this shit. And when some seinfeld coming out fully formed just just pre prepared or george george. Wallace larry miller our. If there was there was a whole group of them that came out from new york all in that same year and they all had huge success. But as you mentioned they came out having already somewhat honed at least the beginning of their sets their material on the rough stages in new york and came to l. a. a somewhat already vested and you were coming up from sam cisco in la for more just getting started at that time my attitude was. I'm going to have to get to get good someplace. And wherever i get good. If i get out to l. a. it's gonna take me another year two years working in the l. a. So i said i might as well go to la and work on getting good there. Of course. I already had like attendant of that okay. I had an act was good enough to get me into the semi-finals the san francisco comedy competition. I had an act. It was good enough. That when freeman saw me he took me right over to greg. Book made me a regular day me spot. I enacted was good enough. That i could kill at the comedy store and when mitzi called me over she said don't let that fool you. You're not funny jamil. Brutal see was brutal. I haven't heard quite like that.
"freemen" Discussed on Hostage
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"freemen" Discussed on Hostage
"To no avail by early April. Three weeks. Into the tense standoff. The temperature was changing among the freemen. And they're out of state helpers at Cat Creek regardless of group affiliations. The men were beginning to form into two groups. The radicals and the moderates the radicals believed that now was the time to stage a fight against the feds. They saw it as a call to action for the overarching Christian Patriot movement with the potential to ignite a successful revolution against the US. Government the moderates on the other hand were more concerned about appearances. They didn't want the rest of America to see them as just another white. Supremacist Group or another Waco like Colt. They argue that in order for their cause to be taken seriously. It was important that they didn't behave like backwoods crazies ultimately the radicals ignored the moderates and began to form a plan. They wanted to rush into the compound to provide reinforcements to Skurdal and his clan. With this in mind. The radicals began outfitting their trucks with blades and battering rams like something out of Mad Max. They purposely plan their attack for April nineteenth anniversary of both Waco and the Oklahoma City bombing. They didn't care about aligning themselves with these tragedies. In fact they liked the idea. Maybe then the. Us government would take them seriously in the meantime civilian undercover operative Dale. Jakes had recovered from his health condition. That laid him up for most of the past winter. He was back at work. Infiltrating the freemen group on the outside of Justice Township. He quickly saw the divide between the radicals and the moderates and he was worried that if the radicals move forward with their attack all hell would break loose potentially wounding the innocent people inside justice township according to Dale when he told his FBI handlers about the upcoming April nineteenth attack. They shrugged him off. They didn't have any warrants against the man at Cat Creek in so astonishingly. They simply ignored the warning. It's possible the real reason the FBI chose to brush. Dale off was because they still refuse to involve themselves in a gunfight. In order to make a move they would have to wait until the cat creek. Radicals tried to break into justice. Township and any ensuing gunfire could put the women and children at risk. Whatever the reason. Dale felt he needed to do something personally to prevent the violence on April. Eighteenth the day before the radicals planned attack. Dale Win to Cat Creek there. He discovered a new rumor. The radicals believed that. Fbi were onto them and would be the first ones to attack the next day. They believed this. Preemptive attack was going to take place at Cat Creek and not justice township. Dale immediately saw the confusion as his chance to defuse the situation. He posited that if the FBI were to attack it would probably be at night. Therefore the smart play would be to take all of the small militia groups around Central Montana and have them coalesce around Cat Creek instead of justice in preparation for the attack in reality. Dale hope this plan would move the militias away from justice township and distract them long enough to let April nineteenth passed without violence. The militia leaders bought into Dale's plan and they immediately made the call to move forces away from justice to Cat Creek. Then they waited for nightfall but nothing happened. April nineteenth nineteen ninety-six came and went. Not a bullet was fired. Not a barricade was broken and not a single. Fbi agent descended on Cat Creek. According to Dale Jakes he had single handedly managed to stop a gunfight not long after April nineteenth the FBI began contacting various out of state radical militias. The goal was to convince them that the FBI was intending to wait out the freemen until they surrendered. Hopefully this would incite the out of state militias to give up and had home. It worked in the following weeks. The outside militias gradually trickled out of Montana. Leaving the freemen at Cat Creek alone. Things weren't as simple as the F. B. I. Hoped Dale Jake soon discovered that this exodus was part of a secret plan among the militias should the FBI fire upon justice township the other groups would swoop in with coordinated attacks all across the United States. The details remain unclear to this day. But according to Dale the attacks would include assassinations of government officials. The FBI initially downplayed the news. They were still hopeful that these militias were all talk however a few days later they sent out were to other. Fbi branches warning them to be on the lookout for potential attacks. In the meantime the agents in Montana continued to dig in their heels. These rumors were just further reason why they could not be the first to fire by mid-may the standoff was reaching the two month mark and the FBI offers of negotiation had gone completely ignored in total they had offered forty two different representatives including politicians family members and even other right wing activists but to no avail. The freemen refuse to talk finally on May Sixteenth. Rodney skurdal caved. He agreed to talk along with fellow. Freeman leader Dale Jacoby not to be confused with undercover agent. Dale Jakes for a week. Skurdal and Jacoby spoke with Colorado State. Senator Charles Duke and two F. B. I. Negotiators these meetings were kept private but skurdal reportedly threw tantrums and no evident progress was made a week later on. May Twenty Third Justice Township raised an upside down American flag the universal symbol of distress the F. B. I hope this meant that. They would be leaving but instead the day marked the end of negotiations. Evidently the compound was signalling to its sympathizers that they needed reinforcements. Soon but over a week would go by until the group made another gesture from late. May to early June the FBI seemed to be changing their mind. Negotiations with Skurdal had failed miserably and the standoff had exceeded two months. They knew it was time to do something on June third. They cut the power inside justice. Township that same day the freemen aquiesced to speak with the sister of one of their members. Both tactics seem to have a positive result. A few days later one family walked out of justice with the promise of no federal charges against them. They decided their ideals were no longer worth risking the lives of their children. Over the following days more and more women and children were released from Justice Township in June twelfth. A sixteen year old girl was the last child to leave the compound with only armed men left inside the FBI planned a bold escalation of plans the next morning June thirteenth FBI vans circled the perimeter of the property to the freemen inside it appeared that a potential assault was on the horizon. The moment of truth had come where they're going to fight back or were they exactly. What the F. B. I? Had hoped they were all along. Just a bunch of loud talking lunatics. At this point the freemen supplies were nearly depleted. Even if they could succeed in the first wave of an attack they could hardly be expected to repel another or another after that on top of all that Freeman leader. Rodney SKURDAL had run out of cigarettes. He was Jonesing hard for his nicotine. Fix to the relief of everyone. The freemen put down their arms one by one they surrendered to the FBI. The Eighty one day standoff at Justice Township was over. Not a single shot was fired. Not a drop of blood.
"freemen" Discussed on Hostage
"He finally gave himself up his wife. Vicky and fourteen year. Old Son Sammy dead six months later the FBI. Engaged in another standoff. This time against a group known as the branch Davidians in Waco Texas frustrated by the lack of progress during the fifty one day ordeal attorney general. Janet Reno gave the order to mount an assault on April nineteenth nineteen ninety-three the FBI through four hundred cannisters of tear-gas inside the compound in response the branch Davidians fired at the FBI in the ensuing. Chaos a fire broke out and within an hour. The entire compound was nothing but ash nearly eighty men. Women and children perished because of Ruby Ridge and Waco public opinion on federal law enforcement was still low in the spring of Nineteen ninety-five and when it came to bringing down the freemen the FBI was leery where they actually as dangerous as they claim to be or were they most like Christian Patriot groups all bark and no bite the FBI hemmed and hawed about the best way to hand out the freemen indictments but another tragic event would soon force them to accelerate their arrests on April Nineteenth. Nineteen ninety five at around nine. Am A writer. Rental truck exploded at the Alfred. P Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City killing over one hundred sixty people and injuring more than six hundred fifty others. It was the largest instance of domestic terrorism. In the United States history and it was carried out by two anti-government militants. Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols the Oklahoma City bombing was a wakeup call for the FBI. It was time to start taking these. Anti-government group's seriously. They weren't just fringe. Outsiders complaining loudly. They were capable of mass violence and in Montana that meant focusing their attention on one particular group. The freemen coming up the FBI makes its first move. Hi It's Carter. I am happy to announce the launch of our new podcast series supernatural. With Ashley. Flowers has been a great success. It's a show where all very proud of here at podcast and we thank you for listening. If you haven't had a chance to tune in yet I definitely recommend you head over to the supernatural with Ashley. Fires Feed and start following today. Every Wednesday Ashley. Flowers takes on a different crime or mystery where the most fitting theory isn't always the most conventional where the deaths of two Brazilian men a result of making contact with spirits on Mars. Get closer to the truth than ever before. Regarding the mystifying lead masks case did four friends have a highly unusual encounter during camping trip in Maine sort through the out of this world circumstances surrounding the allegations incident. And who and what were responsible for unexplained death of Australia's summer tinman dig deeper into the peculiar details and poetry involved in the case. Each week Ashley takes on the strange and surreal to explain some of the world's most bizarre true crime occurrences and it's already one of my favorite shows and I hope you check it out. Follow supernatural with Ashley. Flowers free on spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story in the early nineteen ninety s a disgruntled Crop Duster named Leroy Schweitzer. In a few of his anti-government comrades created the Montana freemen their dream was to eventually stage a local government takeover and establish their own independent nation within the State of Montana in the meantime. The group attracted trickle of new members through their deft. Use of fraud to make money by early nineteen ninety-five the FBI had sealed indictments against various members of the group but they were reticent to pull the trigger they were worried about inciting violence and subsequently public ire but all this changed following the Oklahoma City bombing on April nineteenth nineteen ninety-five a wave of panic overcame the FBI in America. Who was going to be next for the FBI? In Montana this meant setting their sights on fifty seven year old Leroy Schweitzer and his freeman cronies the FBI still had no idea as to how dangerous the freemen were they just knew that the four leaders including Schweitzer and Rodney Skurdal were heavily armed and hold up in skurdal's cabin in Roundup Montana. They needed information from the inside and they already had the perfect agent in mind. Dale jakes forty four year old. Danielle Jake's had experienced as a civilian undercover agent working for organizations like the FBI ATF and da throughout the nineteen eighties. But in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Dale decided it was time to live a simpler life and he and his wife. Connie moved to Montana eventually ending up in petroleum county about an hour. North of Roundup Bill Bounce from job to job and by early nineteen ninety-five. He was working as a bar tender. Several of his regulars were Montana freemen members and Dale witnessed their anti-government talk firsthand. He hated their bastardized interpretation of the Bible in their late disdain for paying taxes but he carefully kept these thoughts to himself. It was no secret that the freemen were capable of financial terrorism in the last thing. Dale wanted was to get in their way that is until the FBI got a hold of him. They knew that with details previous work experience and his bartending position. He would make the perfect decoy. In spring of Nineteen ninety-five they approach to Dale about infiltrating the freemen and feeding Intel back to the FBI. But First Dale was hesitant. It had been about seven years since his last undercover job and he knew the strain could be on his family but between the freemen's reputation and the recent Oklahoma City bombing tail felt. He needed to go deep one last time. Dale knew exactly who he would. Target one of his patrons of Freeman named Lyle Chamnber. L'an he and lyle were on such good terms that lyle had previously asked pointblank if he wanted to join the Freeman. Dale had always turned him down. But by April of Nineteen ninety-five when Dale's FBI assignment was made official. He called Lyle and said he was ready to become a freeman a few days later. Dale was brought into skurdal's cabin and presented before the four freemen leaders for their customary inquisition for hours Schweitzer skurdal their comrades interrogated Dale. They wanted to make sure he shared the same perspective on race. Religion and government. Dale answered flawlessly then. Came the last question. Why did he want to become a freeman? Dale had rehearsed his answer many times and he told them exactly what they were hoping to hear. The United States was under attack by foreigners in the federal government had financially ruined his family joining the Montana freemen was a noble cause to finally right the injustices faced by every day white Americans. The freemen smiled back Dale. He was officially one of them and to Dale and his book. False prophets. What really seemed to impress. The leaders was his previous involvement with hate groups. And how along the way he picked up an unusual knowledge of explosives. Obviously he had not told them that this was all in service of groups like the FBI in the weeks that followed Dale was swiftly brought into the freemen's fold. He accumulated intelligence on how their bank fraud schemes. Worked as well as the layout of SKURDAL's cabin in round up. All of this information went back to the FBI as Dale Delve. Deeper into the group's INS and outs he was amazed. At how unorganized the freemen's accounts were and so with the FBI permission. He suggested they bring in a bookkeeper to organize the offices and he knew the perfect candidate his thirty seven.
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"Hi in which which country is it that you see is freer than the U. S. China sure you know all the countries that he might have tried to pick as an example of some of the sons of his three that the United States China you are out of your freemen mind Sir I've been to communist China I know what China isn't really is no other China much as Taiwan would like to think otherwise having just talked to Bob there's Hong Kong that's going back and believe me chalking it and if the that's just absolutely beyond the pale you don't have freedom of movement in China you don't have freedom of political expression in China they never heard of anything called the first amendment in China and if they wanna come search your house brother they don't need pieces of paper court orders that he just come and do it I this man is mixed up really mixed up don't try to feed me that one China is about as free as a as my cat comic right now locked in the bathroom boy would be holy mackerel were to people come up with that kind of thing China China good lord take a break from this for a second then we'll go back to the phone lines I'm holding my west of the Rockies line that was really a good phone phone call and don't get me wrong Sir I I I appreciate your having called but I don't agree with one word of what you said except maybe with respect to some of the definitions of what a free man is but freedom is a relative thing and I can assure you that relatively we have a hell of a lot more of it here then there is huge I thank each message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload but what if there were.
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"Negative. Forty one of dexter the about to try a spark what the fuck is happening. We're not done with utensils. Freeman began promoting his lobotomy. Kira practice which was heavily frowned upon its physicians or not at this time. Allowed to advertise their procedures directly. who were frowning on? Wasn't the part where they scooped out people's People's brains. Wow so to get around. This freeman set of boots. That medical conventions eye-popping gruesome displays and end lobotomize animals to catch the eye of the press would seize upon Freeman is a great story and thus afforded him free publicity less. You think that I am in any way. mischaracterizing here is is. This is Freeman himself describing his advertising technique quote I found the technique of getting noticed in the papers. It was to arrive a day or two ahead of the opening of the Convention Convention and install the exhibit and the most graphic manner and then be alert for prowling newsmen that night. Our monkey died but Watson I made the headlines even even though we did not get an award. He's got a spokes model. Sticking a fork into a socket over and over. There must be a better way. The is this guy doing. Okay no Keith. And I worked New York City Toy Fair for years. A lobotomize monkey is downright classy. Compared to the the Good Shit we've seen shit literal literal Shit freemen's accounting of his success would if it were an anyway verifiable both appalling by today's standards and astonishing by the standards of the day so buys reckoning Freeman and watts lobotomies yielded good results. Fifty two percent of the time thirty two percent of the results were fair. Thirteen percent poor and three percent even poorer. Meaning those guys. Is this dust up words for it. You can't just go to share their seeing if those numbers were true which you got. They are not true but if they were they would have been much better than the standard treatment of the day which hovered around zero percent. Probably only got worse from there. Yeah well before start wondering how a success rate can be negative. Let's let's remember that. They were treating depression with fuck and malaria. Like you're still lead at but now you broke your back from a seizure but there was no accounting. There were no real measures. There were no standards. Being used. Relapses were common. Many lobotomize patients need to be re taught how to eat and use the bathroom from UC pistone. Their shoes they made passes at the nurses. They stare numbly for hours at nothing. They were rendered void of character and personality and these were likely what freeman was counting as the successes has done their shoes void. A character personality passes. Are we sure these people weren't just baby boomers. Oh no by nine hundred forty five. Even Freeman was starting to wonder if maybe there was a better way. I mean sure sure rendering the mentally ill compliance and quiet or barring that dead that sold a lot of problems but drilling those pesky brain holes was a lot of work and even the freemen had to admit that there was rather a lot of brain damage going on is research and other options. Let him to an Italian scientists name. Amaro VM Bertie Terribly Mispronounced Austin. who was doing his own lobotomies by entering the brain through the relatively thin part of the skull behind the eye socket and then using alcohol to kill the brain tissue behind all right wait so so at some point Freeman actually said you know what the problem is? I'm not stabbing him in the eye when I scoop out all their long division and ability to the supreme adapted this Italian Alien Technique and again he practiced it on cadavers using it I a literal ice pick from his kitchen and a little hammer to pierce the skull which would then kind of just squiggle Eagle about a bit. Until he thought he probably ice picked away all the bad Juju from the cadaver satisfied at this technique practice on dead people and which developed in secret away from the prying eyes of his surgeon. Friend Watts Freeman performed as I trans orbital lobotomy in nineteen forty six on a woman named Ellen Ionescu and he did eight more of these in rapid succession. The woman after the seventh one was like okay only one more time my starship. Eating carrots subterranean vaulted in. This part of. The story isn't entirely clear. It's not clear if Watson was called in to see one of these procedures or if he walked in on Freeman like a dumb teenager who didn't latch the door all the way but when watts saw freeman performing ice pick brain surgery unlicensed on draped without masks gloves just in his office is fucking incensed. He insisted that Freeman ceased doing any brain stabbing that he wasn't himself self apart of free watts partway shortly thereafter. Watts kicks open the door. What is this skulduggery see? He you can't let these kind of fights break up a friendship right here. You guys get off of me and stop doing brain surgery on dead. People always razzing this one always razz. It means that I spent from then on Freeman was lobotomy machine you perform as many as twenty lobotomies in a day keys. Says his patient's home in cabs an hour after the just been stabbed out of our pool. He won't mind. There's not enough brain damage to make Uber Pool appealing. That's not a that's not a car you want someone to lick the window either. And There's still no pee in the pool rule that saying that's still applies Uberpool. Thank you Freeman. Enjoyed the shock value that has lobotomies had add on others. He paused his procedures to take pictures on at least one occasion. His young son Frank Freeman helped him perform the procedure patients. This is this party mentioned. The patients undergoing this procedure. They were incapacitated by being shocked into stillness with act and Williamson. Frank wrote of his experience. Unlike Bring Your Son to Evil Dr Workday saying quote. I was there to hold the person's legs. Dow All went for a ride when he threw switched. Shit Opportunity Right there you could have done one of those surgeries outside of the had kid slip into the skull hole. You drill Israel in Coney island absolutely action park So Freeman became the lobotomy ambassador. After that he taught the Trans Orbital lobotomy to doctors not surgeons at dozens of hospitals across twenty three states while many doctors had reservations about the technique. They had more patients than they had. Options and Freeman was a consummate showman effective ambassador. He himself performed armed between three to five thousand lobotomies and was responsible for popularizing technique across the US which performed as many as fifty thousand of the process. How how to destroy that many brings today? You need a tick tock channel. So Hey tom what was the name of his speaking tour. I oh I don't know what the Hannibal Lecter Series I. The procedures often went very very poorly so more than once more than one time he did. This he wiggled his ice pick tool so hard it broke off inside the patient's brain. Oh she's in in front of crowds he would perform showboat lobotomies. Sometimes using to ice picks and both hands at the same time is doing fifty at a time blindfolded nine folded like Bobby Fisher Harlem globetrotters music gets.
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"The massive influx of terribly mentally ill soldiers overwhelming are asylums here at home so basket. Cracking remember Freeman was not a surgeon. Urgen so freeman enlisted the aid of his buddy a surgeon named James Watts to help them out right because if an untrained person did it chopping up people's brains might have negative consequences consequences. It could be unsafe so I love this so together. They practiced on Cadavers and they modified Monet's is technique a little bit while Monet's used as the wire scoop to take out melon baler cores MS patients brains scales these your doctor and have a tool called scuba. I'm sorry I l. of a salad though Freeman. Watts adapted the technique their methods involve drilling as many as six holes into their patient skulls. Then surgically severing the connection between tune the frontal lobe and the Thelma's because it was freemen's belief that the Thelma's was in charge of emotion and that mentally ill people had such uncontrollable powerful emotions. That their minds lines were unable to keep up and process them all their emotions were thus all the mentally ill could think about. So Freeman created technique to literally separate the emotional center of the brain from the Think-i bits from here on out. Things actually go from bad at too much much worse said like a guy with normal emotions. Well I need you. ooh hold an ice cream scoop over the stove. So let's talk a little something. We like to call apropos of nothing. Dr Watts Walter Freeman you old dog how are you. I'm good. I'm good cigarettes to mind if I do. So let's get right into it watts. Lots I'm thinking of developing a revolutionary new procedure are indeed. I am what if you could treat maladies of the mind by by removing moving. What the mind you know scoop out the bad bits? Just scoop them I see yes care for some steak. Then Oh oh yes. Thank you very much always. I was hoping since this is your area of expertise. You could show me where it is. What is then the brain? Oh Yeah it's up here in the in the skull up top the skull. Of course the human human body his marvel. I must say. Anyway what do you say. Want to scoop out some brains and see if it cures people. Why not? I'm in. Yes that a boise. A C around Freeman indeed and thanks again for seeing me while you're performing surgery not at all could have some more anesthesia. No Shut Yup. And we're back when we left off. We hadn't gotten all the medicine right like we have today. Don't think about it Tom. What does he confident professionals? At the top of their field do a freemen's new technique was called a lobotomy called by Freeman. WHO named it that? That's what he named it. His first patient was a housewife suffering offering from something called agitated depression and insomnia so no problem just Probably your brain part to talk to each other too much so freeman and watts scheduled for the first I ever frontal lobotomy. Freeman kept a journal so the patients last words before the procedure are part of his story now. According to his own journal the patients last last words before surgery were quote. Who is that man? What does he want here? What's he going to do to me? Tell him to go away. Oh I don't want to see him. She this was again followed by according to the doctor's own journal a scream. We use that like he's talking to assistant. Okay so the brain slicing is going great. Quick Question I read. Read it back to me right before the surgery. The Lady said get away from me. I don't want this screen. Hey Chuck why does your journal read like a lovecraft novel. Why is that all right? So here's how that first lobotomy was performed so I they drilled thrilled the aforementioned six holes into the woman's skull then they used a tool. They called a Luca thome which was inserted into the brain. Each of the six holes. The plungers depressed on the tool to extends out to wires from each side and the tool hold on. There's a plunger there's a plunge in my head. It's definitely making a slide whistle noise. Yeah it was making the noise when pacman hits a ghost is after the plunger is depressed in the wire spring out of this thing then they rotated around a bit and they place a brain core like ice core made of brain rain and the Freeman Watts. Incidentally they shared this work. meaning that at some point Freeman who was not a surgeon was like come on man let me have have a turn. And then what's let arguing over a BOP. It like squeezing they. They did a thousand of these things together on each one of them they shared the work. Am I only one. Who is shipping Watson Freeman like super hard right now? No you're not the FREEMEN's account. The surgery was a rousing success The patient survived for five whole years. Post surgery probably because they rinsed out her brain core holes with some sailing before stitching her head back up and her husband said the last five years with the best of her life because her entire eleven word vocabulary was unquote. These five years have been the best of my entire life like the baseline. She's comparing to his housewife in in the forty days so buoy by this single dubious entirely anecdotal success freeman. Watts went on a spree but now without making some refinements only a lucrative yup. No now gone. You'll be happy to hear. This heath gone was deluca to the dump that with its wire brain coloring thing and in was a tool they've fashioned which the Washington Post article I read describes as quote resembling a butter knife. They used more holes in the brain now and they enter the skull from the sides rather than you know top down guys. We're making this harder. It has to be and she looks like Gallagher. The comedian when we scoop it out ads. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA cut open. The sides right as an improvement with butter knife so watts open a lucrative lobotomy. Practice as long as they get everyone to pay they still recognize what money is sure. Well they you're not wrong. They operated on just about anybody. Anybody who came in they even got an alcoholic lawyer roadscholar that they just found drunk a bar one Christmas eve for real. He's brought him in lobotomize them. Some patients had to lobotomize more than once. Because I guess they didn't like like butter knife their brains out just right and other patients just fuck it and died from it. Sorry want to go back to this. How was this lucrative? Were they taking taking money out of people's pockets after they did them because if they did this. 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"The freemen leader calls the president a clown I'm Carmen Roberts fox news Iran's Ayatollah Khamenei calls president trump a clown this morning and slams America for killing general someone money in a what he calls a cowardly fashion and the ayatollahs sermon his first in eight years comes on the heels of the U. S. announcement that nearly a dozen US troops were injured in the in the wrong missile attack on Iraq last week the eleven service members were flown out of Iraq for treatment of concussion symptoms from the January eighth attack on al Asad air base and they are still being looked over a spokesman for US Central Command said as a standard procedure all personnel in the vicinity of the blast our screen for traumatic brain injury Iran launched multiple rockets in retaliation for the U. S. killing its top general fox's eyes to huslia president trump and US officials had said no Americans were killed or injured in that attack the impeachment trial gets under way in the Senate as congressman Adam Schiff one of the democratic prosecutors reads the two articles of impeachment article one abuse of power article two obstruction of Congress Donald J. trump has abused the powers of the presidency just give justice Roberts's swearing in the centers the government accountability office which is a federal watchdog agency releases an opinion striking at the heart of this trial the GAO stating this is the white house's office of management and budget violated the law when it was held approx Lee tour fourteen million appropriated to DO D. for security assistance to Ukraine but the White House was quick to slim and calling the reported pretty clear over reach fox's Chris Jenkins the Senate impeachment trial recessed and will resume Tuesday America's.
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"From listeners of KQED FM San Francisco thank you we I FM north highland Sacramento this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm ari Shapiro and a merry Louise Kelly to Florida based businessmen have been arrested on campaign finance charges now this is news worthy because the businessmen worked with Rudy Giuliani the president's personal attorney to gather information in Ukraine about former vice president Joe Biden the US attorney in Manhattan Jeffrey Berman told reporters today that the pair left partners and Igor Froman were taken into custody yesterday outside Washington DC this improvement were arrested around six PM last night at those airports as they were about to board an international flight with one way tickets Cheryl in here justice correspondent Ryan Lucas has here with more on the case I write another and these are not household names left turn us an eager Fuhrman what we know about them one of the charges that they are facing so part us was born in Ukraine freemen and Belarus both are now American citizens and they are business partners and they have come under scrutiny from the media recently because of the role that they played and helping Rudy guiliani dig up dirt in Ukraine on former vice president Joe Biden and his son partners told our colleague Jeff Brady that he's no guiliani socially for several years that golf together and he says he worked as a as a fixer in translator of sorts for guiliani on his Ukraine efforts he helped arrange meetings with current and former Ukrainian officials for example that includes prosecutors Parnell said that he attended a couple of those meetings along with Giuliani he wouldn't get into the nature of those conversations the indictment unveiled today does not mention guiliani or his Ukraine operations though this is a separate matter related to alleged campaign finance crimes part Austin Freeman face four counts in all to conspiracy counts as well as a false statements count any falsification of records count what what exactly are they beat stand accused of of having done well there are a couple of different things in the indictment there is a three hundred and twenty five thousand dollar donation that they made to a pro trump super pac the donation was made via an energy company that part Austin Freeman I had set up according to prosecutors in order to hide their role in this donation that's known as a straw donor steam hiding the real source of the funds that is illegal the indictment also says that part Austin from and made a personal donations to an unnamed congressmen and they promised to make more donations that won them according to the indictment several meetings with us congressman and the goal of this prosecutors say was get the congressman's help with the matter in Ukraine here's how the US attorney in Manhattan again Jeffrey Berman talk about it harness the freemen had several meetings with congressman one at these meetings harness on behalf of Ukrainian government officials lobbied congressman one to advocate for the removal of the then US ambassador to Ukraine so part Austin Freeman were working at the behest of the Ukrainian official to get a U. S. congressman's help to push out the then US ambassador to Ukraine Marie of out of it you wanna **** ultimately was removed from her post this spring under pressure from Giuliani and others incredibly complicated and it gets more complicated with the addition to the mix of this unnamed congressmen do we know who this congressman so details in the indictment particularly those about donations match up with campaign finance records in strongly suggest that the congressman was a Texas Republican Pete sessions sessions was actually defeated in the twenty eighteen mid terms and lost his seat so he is no longer in Congress no longer in Congress okay meanwhile Rudy guiliani how problematic might this be for him having to associates facing federal indictment is not a good thing I reached out to him today to see if you would comment on it and he is not talking not commenting okay we may not have known who I didn't hadn't heard of these guys before today but lawmakers on Capitol Hill certainly had they have been interested in us and Fuhrman already as part of their impeachment inquiry so we're open where does all this go right the house committee's leading the impeachment push requested documents and testimony from par nas and from last week they're actually scheduled to testify this week but the lawyer who represents both of them I made clear that they were not going to show up now soon after this indictment came down today the house subpoenaed both partners and Fuhrman for documents it gave them a deadline of October sixteenth and what the house is looking for from them includes things related to what's in today's indictment but it's also much broader they want information on the work of Giuliani or administration officials related to everything that's gone on in Ukraine's whole lot going on and peers range okay thank you thank you the Nobel Prize for literature has been synonymous with controversy for years the Swedish Academy put off naming last year's winner after an embarrassing scandal so today two winners were announced one for two thousand eighteen and another for two thousand nineteen at least one of the winners won't do anything to change the Nobel's reputation for generating controversy and here is that it will be reports the scandal which involved sexual harassment and the names of finalists getting leaked it was speculated that the Swedish Academy might try playing things safe but instead in ward already criticized for going to esoteric Europeans went to a phone card Austrian playwright why why why why Peter Honka fended off reporters today who pressed him about his controversial history which includes accusing Bosnian Muslims of making up their own genocide and appearing at the funeral of accused war criminal Slobodan Milosevic Sir I tell you your long life is a guilty person and now it today perhaps in the evening could be change today for the cell I I don't feel guilty I feel free the freedom of speech organization ten America expressed dismay over the choice on his political leanings have long been assumed to complicate his chances for a Nobel since one of his primary translators Krista Winston says hunk of identification with Serbs may come from his Slovenian mother she says he has a kind of nostalgia for the old Yugoslavia which is not based on any kind of really resent political thinking over the years Swensen says Peter hunter has provoked controversy by insulting German language literary heroes like Franz Kafka and Thomas mon hunk of really likes to stir the pot he looks to be disagreeable you you may be familiar.
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"Freemen allegedly conspired with two others to violate U. S. election laws this investigation is about corrupt behavior deliberate lawbreaking the F. B. I.'s bill Sweeney said partisan Freeman made a three hundred twenty five thousand dollar donation to a from super PAC and a separate donation to congressman Pete sessions hoping to influence American policy in Ukraine harness and Freeman or associates of president trump's private lawyer Rudy Giuliani and his efforts to prod you crane into investigating Joe Biden and earn Kidder ski ABC news Turkish forces continue their assault against Kurdish fighters in northern Syria Benjamin Netanyahu issuing a warning to Turkey against quote ethnic cleansing of the Kurds he also offered humanitarian assistance but Netanyahu made no mention of president trump whose U. S. troop withdrawal cleared the way for the Turkish offensive many Israeli security experts here worried the absence of US troops in Syria will only strengthen and embolden arounds position they're creating a greater threat for Israel A. B. C.'s Giordana Miller in Jerusalem the winds threat has subsided in northern California so the power shut off is now over but it's a different story in other parts of the state here in southern California the powershot ons are now under way by the hour the numbers are going up or having their electricity turned off he told a precaution to prevent wildfires in case power lines come down areas north and east of LA you're going dark including San Bernadino seamy valley in other areas of interest counting ABC's Alex stone in Los Angeles senior U. S. and Chinese officials are in Washington trying to come up with the trade agreement tomorrow president trump meets with the Chinese premier at the White House and Wall Street the Dow gained over a hundred fifty points you're listening to ABC news AT P. isn't just on the pay roll business we're in the people business helping companies find them train them and empower them by clearing the way for them to do their best work.
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"The freemen court gives president from what he calls a big win I'm Dave Anthony fox news keeping a border policy in effect while it's being challenged stopping many central American migrants from seeking asylum here fox's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington DC this is some rules require migrants to seek refuge is a travel through third countries such as Mexico justices Sonia Sotomayor war in Ruth Bader Ginsburg dissented writing once again the executive branch has issued a rule that six up in long standing practices regarding refugees who seek shelter from persecution the justice department praises vision saying it would bring order to a crisis of the southern border close loopholes in our immigration system and discourage frivolous claims Dave Rachel saying vaping is very dangerous president trump says his administration is working on new rules to ban flavored E. cigarettes side of people think there is wonderful it's great it's it's really not wonderful Sir that's one thing I think we can say definitely American medical association is urge people to stop vaping after Ford fifty people gotten sick from chemical exposure six who died advocates of called vaping a better alternative to smoking is a tentative new settlements in the opioid crisis of drug overdoses and deaths oxycontin maker Purdue pharma working out a deal with more than twenty states thousands of local governments could be worth twelve billion dollars house Democrats will take a vote today that's another step in the impeachment process well then which were prisons have been under way by which I mean the proceedings to determine whether or not there should be articles of impeachment Judiciary Committee Democrat Jamie Raskin supports a resolution setting up parameters for future impeachment hearings in giving more authority to sub committees to look in the potential wrongdoing by president trump on fox's chair and help Republicans gonna political theater a fugitive couple the believe murder of a man has been missing since April in Arizona were captured last night Blaine and Susan Barksdale but on the run since last month in Utah when the overpowered guards transported them from New York.
"freemen" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"The serial was accompanied by several illustrations that were not published again after an interval of a year. He published the five part the prophet of dune in the January to may nineteen sixty five issues and the serialized version was expanded reworked and submitted to more than twenty publishers each of whom rejected it the novel dune was finally accepted and published in August nineteen sixty five by Chilton books, which was a printing house better known for publishing auto repair manuals. Yeah. And the rest they say is history. So get ready because this mitch's complicated feel free to stop me at any time and ask questions, and I will do my best to you will do nearby will do my best. Will never get old. So we'll start with the nine hundred sixty five entrance into the dune series dune. The books are setting the distant future on a distant galaxy in which there are several planets ruled by individual great houses families, you've got Chi tan, which is the capital planet ruled by house Carino of whom the emperor Carino rules the rest of the planets. So you got like the king planet. Okay. Okay. How big are these planets? They're about as big as earth. Wow. And only one person will only one family rules each of them. Exactly. Yes. Yeah. Kind of thinking like parallel to little prints like how there's all those different planets. Then like, it's like this planet has rose on it. Exactly. What it has this on? You are absolutely correct. So each one of these planets has a very specific style and also is ruled by one family, and that's really all you need to know for the first book at least so Kaladin, which is a watery planet ruled by house atredes giddy prime, which is heavily industrialized, and it's ruled by the vicious house her Conan and house Arcona, and they're the bad guys. They are sworn enemies of the house atredes. So a trade as the good guys are Conan is bad guys. Then there's a rack his Iraq is the desert planet home to the freemen, and they are nomadic desert people and the source of the spice Milan by the spice. So also, there are a lot of giant San worms on Iraqi sides is thinking of like, you started talking about this as their worms this giant, San worms and the Froemming call them the shy lewd, and they kind of worship them as gods. So. You got giant worms? You got the spice Milan on Iraq. You got this land. Or is it like, oh, I'll tell you what those places. Yeah. Don't worry. So the reason why everyone wants the spice is because it's a drug that enables people to live longer. See the future and more specifically travel quickly through space by folding it. Oh, yeah. Right. You just fold space. You don't need to know why great tweets you take spice. I think you ingest, it somehow you spell it or you snorted or you eat it something, and then you can travel through time, right? Grew. It's like their main train system is spice. Okay. And also, you can kind of see the future when you take spice. So spices vary. It is their main economic base spice on Iraq on on in Allan this entire editorial system. Yes. So the people who control the spice are called the CHOGM company, which is CHOGM CHOGM, Sydney. These are words that are recognizable. Okay. No. You're just gonna have to like really like allow the just the glossary of this kind of wash you I'll be explaining a lot of these terms also Frank Herbert was very inspired by Islamic culture. So you'll hear a lot of like Islam ick type worlds Kempson things like shi- collude. Sure. Like, a delicious cheese like ou know, you should try the shy. Allude is very good. It's french. So the CHOGM company have them Napoli on the spice and banking in general. Okay. The spacing guild and the guild navigators are the people able to safely travel through space, and they're kind of like tugboats if you wanted to travel from Iraq s to to Caliban you would call up a guild navigator..
"freemen" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"So for me, I would look less to banning more to, let's mandate training like in South Carolina to get a concealed carry. From it, you have to pass, you know, quick draw. You have to show that you know how to handle farm for me when I got my concealed carry here in Washington state, all it took was forty dollars a fingerprint and background check, and I put myself through classes because you know, I'd had more experience with rifles and shotguns because I wanted to make sure I was being safe that I knew what I was doing. Talked to any gun owner in the one thing that concerns them the most is an idiot, who doesn't what they're doing or is being safe. So if we can get responsible gun owners to the table and actually have those kind of conversations, what kind of legislation or laws makes sense what the gaps are then we can before, because I think that's actually what the majority of gun owners want is they want to be safe and they want to know that that while their their rights are being respected, that we're all. So making sure that kids and families are safe. You know here in the state, we packed. An extreme mortar Protection Act where you know if someone with dangerous themselves or others did that could be handled taking care of that past even with the majority in my district. And I think that that shows that the people just want commonsense gun safety or not looking to gun control, I'm not kidding to take anybody's guns, but I think they're saying that we can do that. They're basically, hey, for the that can make people say because in my own district we had shooting the freemen shooting where if the, if the air fifteen and jammed more kids lives in taken, I've, you know, had a first school shooting where a friend was impacted when I was in middle school. You know, like that's the thing where it's it's become a thing. You know, my daughter's schools had school shootings and brats and you know, I was in Seattle when Salem civic had their, you know. So, I mean, there's so many times which just become common and it's another shooting and we need to move on. And actually dress issue. It's become so prevalent and inquiry. Just tired of it as Taiji. I mean, it was just it's almost like it doesn't even make the news anymore. When when news broke of an ogre shooting here in town, my daughter said that's just ten of shooting and into where it was a shock for me to work for her need to cope for her need to be able to go to school and function as a normal person. Showings has to Denver self to that reality. And she ended up 'cause the school had threatened. She ended up calling me having a panic attack inside just because they're still people at school, and the people who were there were afraid like it wasn't a credible threat, you know? So it ended up not being an issue, but just having that, hey, over her head made her anybody even be at school. And when she called me and she was sobbing and like hyperventilating and having trouble breathing like my something was said, you know, like that's the last call you ever want to get as a parent. I was like, oh God, it actually happened. And that was one of the worst moments in my life and my heart dropped. And when you have that experience, how can you not. Be for figuring out this gun situation, you know? So it's personal, any other issues or anything else that you want to make sure that we talk about when you run in swing district? You can't just talk to your base. You have to be able to talk to everyone. And so the majority of my time when I'm knocking on doors talking to swing voters and I've actually gone further into Republican territory than would normally be expected as a democrat. And when you have conversations with people, you just basically start off with, you know, this is my home. This is what I'm working on. What matters to you. And I experienced people being -absolutely shocked. When you know they told me their Republican, we keep talking. And I think what's happened in this cultures..
"freemen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"It. Yeah. Coleman nine nine for ninety. Why not stick with freemen? Why not get him those nine? I gotcha. But I'm telling you it was more about what the eagles were doing that. It was about. Devante freeman. Eric has gone. Definitely not our boom moment of the week. It's after hours here on CBS sports radio a couple of things that are coming up this weekend. In addition to football, which phenomenon we've got obviously the second weekend of college football and some cool matchups that will play out on the field. So hope you enjoy both your Saturday Sunday with all gone. We'll see whether or not it's a kinder gentler Nick Sabin nowadays work that frustration out of his system. And we all kind of know what's happening with the quarterbacks. Also Tiger Woods. Best score. On the golf course. In more than five years. Feels are much better than the word. The BMW championship. He posts at sixty two in the opening round. Now, he wasn't alone. Rory mcilroy same thing. But here's what stood out to me about. Tiger woods. He still did not hit really more than half fairways. I think was roughly half as fairways. But his approaches were fantastic. He was great in the greens in regulation category. So he's able to save and then get on the green at putting his putting was awesome. That's been one of the pieces missing for him, even as he's had five top ten finishes this year. So he and ROY McElroy have set the pace. But there are a lot of guys that perform really well in the opener of the BMW championship. Serena Williams has advanced to yet another US open championship match. She could earn her seventh US open title in singles and our twenty four major singles title, which would equal Margaret Court for the most in tennis history. And so she's going to be playing at almost thirty seven years old. She's going.
"freemen" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"The unthinkable but particularly freeman 'cause friedman's over there so boss gave a speech flailing around and keep something in mind bosses a terrorist abbass helped to fund the munich olympic terrorist attacks on the israelis there he's never had to pay a price for that so he called freemen ambassador israel a son of a dog you know what he meant son of a dog why do we subsidize this regime this fateh we'll there the moderate moderate in the least why do we subsidize our enemies why do we subsidize people who hate us why don't we wash our hands of a bass and hamas and the rest of it they've destroyed their own people they starve their own people in the gaza strip that hamas is just one of many terrorist groups operating they're isis is there other jihadi groups are there israel basically gave that lane is netanyahu explained the other day just gave it to them it wasn't even theirs originally was the options israeli's want it through war there's your two state solution really three state solution already how many states do they want but anyway how can there possibly be twostate solution when these forces seek the final solution of the state of israel of all jews in the area all christians in the area and us the united states the united states we still give hundreds of millions of dollars to the abbass regime who just called our ambassador son of a dog you know what he meant we should cut them off be done with it tell them back all the forces that confront them but i just wanted to point that out because if i don't point it out nobody will the live media.
"freemen" Discussed on WJR 760
"He believes in american is and he carries that attitude in those principles with them overseas so boss has now taken to smearing him because a boss hates trump hates jared kushner jason green blat all these these men who've done the unthinkable but particularly freeman 'cause friedman's over there so boss gave a speech flailing around and keep something in mind bass is a terrorist abbass helped to fund the munich olympic terrorist attacks on the israelis there he's never had to pay a price for that so he called freemen ambassador israel a son of a dog you know what he meant son of a dog why do we subsidize this regime this fateh all the moderates they're not moderate in the least why do we subsidize our enemies why do we subsidize people who hate us why don't we wash our hands of a bass hamas and the rest of it they've destroyed their own people they starve their own people in the gaza strip that hamas is just one of many terrorist groups operating there i is there other jihadi groups are there israel basically gave that land is netanyahu explained the other day just gave it to them it wasn't even theirs originally was the egyptians the israelis it through war there's your two state solution really three states solution already how many states do they want but anyway how can there possibly be a twostate solution when these forces seek the final solution of the state of israel of all jews in the area all christians in the area and us the united states the united states we still give hundreds of millions of dollars to the abbass regime who just called our ambassador son of a dog you know what he meant we should cut them off be done with it tell them back all the forces that confront them but i just wanted to point that out because if i don't pointed out nobody will the live media.
"freemen" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Unthinkable but particularly freeman friedman's over there so bosquet speech flailing around and keep something in mind bosses a terrorist abbass helped to fund the munich olympic terrorist attacks on the israelis there he's never had to pay a price for that so he called freemen our ambassador israel a son of a dog you know what he meant son of a dog why do we subsidize this regime this fateh all the moderates they're not moderate in the least why do we subsidize our enemies why do we subsidize people who hate us why don't we wash our hands of a bass and hamas and the rest of it they've destroyed their own people they starve their own people in the gaza strip that hamas is just one of many terrorist groups operating they're isis is there other jihadi groups are there israel basically gave that land is netanyahu explained the other day just gave it to them it wasn't even theirs originally was the egyptians the israelis want it through war there's your two state solution really three state solution already how many states do they want but anyway how can there possibly be a twostate solution when these forces seek the final solution of the state of israel of all jews in the area all christians in the area and us the united states the united states we still give hundreds of millions of dollars to the abbass regime who just called our ambassador son of a dog and you know what he meant we should cut them off be done with it tell them back all the forces they confront them but i just wanted to point that out because if i don't pointed out nobody will the lib media oh boss meanwhile what does the bosco to get medical treatment.
"freemen" Discussed on Mixergy
"And second one in today on secrecy technology still free today like anyone can use the seats tone creep relief that's the that's the freemen part but i can't use it if i'm just using strike can i i don't use lanes loofah commerce we ever we have a relay arm api which is there are other underside stripe relay in one it's so really adds it's it's not just a subscription or the standards secure sharabia which i will sumers like what mind trim users use birthing will reporter or one of the base use of the media api and it's basically product and woodard data in strife has also on top of the transactional data which i've always had ied charged payments and voice on you would also have a new kind of about excuse for on for for products an actual order later on i see okay yeah we definitely would not be able to use it i'm looking at it we don't use at the first version of yours software was stripe only as you said but you wanted also keep it simple from a user point of view you told our producer we only had three screens well with the three screens that you limited yourself to naturally we had a dashboard so rubin showed you your metrics we had the actual i'm with a saves a template designer but it wasn't like you couldn't do any dryden dropping in suffolk the train had a bunch of techs boxes and i think we had the message he could only have one more thing module and ula threat of doctrine box of do you want the at the top with about some of the and the third one was just separate page such control that marketing module's so on the third page you would actually say well this is what i want to admit what joke i'll k i like that actually that makes a lot of sense all right so i see i version as he the second version i see how you started out with stripe your shifted over to woo commerce i see he y you weren't able to keep boot strapping this the then reach out to investors i looked at your list of investors day are phenomenal people in the commerce bootstrap world can you mentioned some of the people who invested in your in your business.