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Dallas City Council Approves Renaming Street in Memory of Botham Jean
"Dallas City Council has unanimously voted to approve the renaming of a stretch of Lamar ST to both, um Gene Boulevard to honor the 26 year old who was killed in his apartment by an off duty officer in 2018. Former Dallas officer Amber Geiger claimed she thought she was walking into her unit and that he was an intruder. Geiger was found guilty of murder and sentenced to 10 years in prison.
"geiger" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"The judge is not buying it and it's very funny as in Israel and then they go outside and he loses he they. She finds them guilty of the speeding tickets infraction. And then they go so do you think this is GonNa Affect how you ride in the future and he's on his motorcycle and he goes buck know when I'm behind the duck in bars it's one eighty all the time he revs it up he dumps The bug. Immediately, crashes in the park. It's so funny. Yeah Oh. My God. You've enjoyed that one probably. Yes. Okay. Again, there's a through line. Okay. Erin. Little Orion Aaron she said how many states allow early voting she thought it was around thirty from what I counted forty. I could've miscounted but citing very side believe yeah I mean different variations. Some are like seven days summer months. Welcome back, there was an edit we'll come back. They made one at it. You'll never know, oh, you're our food deliverer Ivan is moving soon. was that He. was that all the facts. That time out perfect legally or rice and sausage not here in a second. I love you. It's the simulation. Oh, my God. Eric our friend Eric or corky friend Eric. Good description. Article saying it's about fifty percent chance that we're living in. This article I've ever read, I thought about responding with how stupid it was, and then I thought it would hurt his feelings. So now I'm saying publicly on here. There was nothing in that article. It was just some scientist said that there was no, there was nothing to it. There was no smoking gun i. Well I didn't read it because it had a lot of jargon those obsessed with walls in Michigan. I don't know why keep thinking about this but this is what I was thinking again, this is probably a very popular theory I'm not claiming I'm the first person to think of this, but I got obsessed with the notion that time travel. Absolutely will never happen. Okay. Because the proof of that is no one has come back known as arrived via time travel device. To tell us like, Hey, stop burning carbon or something or hey, here's a battery technology. So you don't destroy the planet so either. One of two things is true either were not destroying the planet which I think we probably are. Or? There's no time travel because they would have come back and giving us some die their capture carbon or store energy in a manner that would make solar perfect Lau and lasts. There's no one to come back because we destroyed the planet. Yes. So I guess there's three options. Then I went like this. Oh, my gosh. Maybe all of these alien sightings people coming back from the future. Wow. They. Try to land and tell us they did and then they crash area fifty one, they brought technology but no knows how to fucking use it. That's the theory of..
"geiger" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"I guess what we just learned as you trust kristen far more than me tape vote on the medicine I made the same decisions on the measures. So I do trust because because it's you it's basically you yeah. I Bet I. Bet we did the same actually. Okay. This is one of them. I think I. I said no to over. What was do? This was interesting just also over, but he is a he had already voted and he was okay. The only one that's really important is the Uber One. It's own. I need to get I need to get this right to require them to hire them as actual employs and not independent contractors. Yes and I said Yes to that I would no to that. Yeah. Yeah. I would once they hire them as employees they're going to have to provide insurance to them, and they're going to have to provide workman's comp to them and the fee to take an uber is going to double or triple, and then everyone will go buy a car and then it'll just it up all the environmental issues and all the wonderful things that Uber drivers do they lower the traffic rates, they all these things that is not a sustainable model for them and the People Driving Uber they like it or they would get another job. Yeah. I, think the workers need protection but can I tell you why I agree with them so They're not an employer they are a platform to connect sellers to buyers just like Ebay Ebay. and. Amazon shouldn't be treating the sellers of the on their platform as employees they're just sellers. So an uber driver joins a platform so he can or she can sell her service as a driver to you the buyer it's a marketplace it's not an employer. It's not a brick and mortar location where all the UBER employees show up in the morning and get their instructions. It's a marketplace. It's just an interface for someone who wants to sell their services to someone who wants to buy that. Person, services. Task Grab it or post mates, but they don't get paid by me now they don't they they do. Not, your payment goes to their payment so and then a fee gets taken off by Uber for providing the marketplace for them. So your payment go, that's how the person gets paid. You pay seventy, thousand percent you pay seventy dollars for your ride, and then you tip fifteen dollars. Let's say Uber has a twenty percent administration fee that they charge..
"geiger" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Of Nyu, which has a ton of this type of data. Well, that's a liberal category so. But they do have numbers and it's like you're more likely to be strike by lightning type of thing. Voter, fraud is very, very low. Can I ask what site or what study are people on the right referencing is there as study or do they have anything that's peer reviewed that they're citing they don't there are things that are cited, but the numbers are just faulty or weird and what we're beginning to see in a lot of these lawsuits that are happening right now over vote by mail and should it be? Limited because of concerns of fraud, a lot of judges are noting in their opinions you're saying there's but you have no data for fraud I mean, it just is continuous and there was a trial involving voter fraud in the last couple of years that was just got a lot of focus. It was like all right. This is the chance for those this guy named Chris Kovach who is big in the movement of. Saying there's voter fraud and he argued the case he was Secretary Kansas and he argued this case and we're gonNA talk voter fraud and in the end it was like out of the thousands and thousands of ballots cast in this county. There were ten people on the rolls out of years and years, and all of these ballots gotta only like five of those had. Actually cast a ballot I. Mean it was just the in this trial that was going to be the big shot. The numbers just weren't there. Yeah. It is a very effective. Tool of fear but it is not. It really is not a partisan position that is just a numeric mission. Yeah it's just yeah there's no the numbers just simply aren't there. We have plenty of things. To worry about with vote by mail. But most of it is concerns over user error and so people's votes not counting because they forget to sign or their signature doesn't match what's on. That is what's keeping me up at night fraud is absolutely keeping your thing. Our friend Jess, his mom I guess is very scared because she didn't.
"geiger" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Of Nyu, which has a ton of this type of data. Well, that's a liberal. I. But they do have numbers and it's like you're more likely to be strike by lightning type of thing. Voter fraud is very, very low. Can I ask what site or what study are people on the right referencing is there as study or do they have anything that's peer reviewed that they're citing they don't there are things that are cited but the numbers are just faulty or weird and what we're beginning to see in a lot of these lawsuits that are happening right now over vote by mail and should it be Limited because of concerns of fraud, a lot of judges are noting in their opinions you're saying there's but you have no data for fraud I mean, it just is continuous and there was a trial involving voter fraud in the last couple of years that was just got a lot of focus. It was like all right. This is the chance for those this guy named Chris Kovach who is big in the movement of Saying, there's voter fraud and he argued the case he was Secretary Kansas and he argued this case and we're gonNA talk voter fraud and in the end it was like out of the thousands and thousands of. Cast in this county, there were tin. Out of years and years, all of these ballots five of those had. Actually cast a ballot. I mean it was just the in this trial that was going to be the big shot. The numbers just weren't there. Yeah. It is a very effective. Tool of fear but it is not. It really is not a partisan position that is just a numeric show. Yeah it's just yeah there's no the numbers just simply aren't there. We have plenty of things. To worry about with vote by mail but most of it is concerns over user error and so people's votes not counting because they forget to sign or their signature doesn't match what's on. That is what's keeping me up at night fraud is absolutely keeping your thing. Our friend Jess, his mom I guess is very scared because she didn't.
"geiger" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"The way that they drew their maps after twenty ten and it's the case that was at the Supreme Court was Republicans and Democrats are roughly split in state population but the seat split was twelve Republicans and three Democrats. When it went to Congress. So you have a fifty fifty population and a twelve three split in the seats seems like a Red Flag, right? So that's but that's one of the Supreme Court and they're like, well, we can't do anything about that. Go check out your State Court in general, the Electoral College is going to represent a certain number of voters right so let's just say that California has thirty. Million people and so they're going just for the sake of this argument thirty million people is GonNa, get you thirty electoral college votes and then you add up for other states that will give you thirty electoral college votes and this is how you end up with the popular vote not being the same as that in California. If let's say, one hundred percent of people voted for a Democrat that'd be thirty. Million People. Now, if you take those other four states in each of those states voted fifty point zero, one percent to vote for a Republican. In essence what you'd have is the same number of electoral college voters. It would be a stalemate despite the fact that it would really be about thirty million to thirty, million or eighty, nine, point nine, million voters to thirty one million voters would somehow results in A. Tie So we just really quickly how the popular vote can be so different from the Electoral College vote and then that same principle can apply within the districts right. So some districts could be voting one hundred percent for a candidate other ones just fifty point zero, one percent, and yet they're picking up the same amount of votes. Yeah. So then Gerrymandering, that's how it works the Party in charge will purposefully put. A lot of the party that's out of power all in one district. So they're guaranteed district and the new spread out the other party within the three districts around it. So you have prevent tipping point within each surrounding district party. A one district in party, wins the three surrounding like you're saying just by barely winning. So yeah, a fifty point one percent when is just as good as a ninety percent when? Right. Okay. Now, another way and you could argue this is intentional or coincidental. I'm not even going to get into that but there are what? Six point one, million felons in the US that. Prevented, they are not allowed to vote, but that is state to state cracks state to saint. In almost every state, you can earn it back but. The do generally have to earn that back. There's a period of time where they can't vote and turns over is different from state to state you have to. As soon as you get out of jail, you can vote or as soon as you complete your probation. So, their grades. It is a an area where we're moving toward inclusion of former felons being able to vote. That's an area we're moving forward but in Florida right now it's a yes. Yes. There was a sixty minutes on it that I watched recently that was so fascinating and got me so pissed off so. Let's start with some. Facts are black folks are incarcerated at five six times the rate of white people and you could say, Oh, they're committing more crimes well, white people committing the exact same crime is black people are incarcerated. You know at a fraction of the Ray and the sentences is fraction as long..
"geiger" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
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"geiger" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"So at the time the country got going it was mostly white males that were property owners could vote. One thing I learned during this book was in seventy six. There were actually situations where women and Free Blackman and really limited circumstances. What were some of those? Well, in new, Jersey is a state that women could vote right at the beginning of the country. Free Black men but in eighteen zero seven, they cut that off New Jersey changed their state constitutions. So that period of glory ended but I, think the reason that that is interesting is because it shows that the idea of women and people of Color. Voting was around from the START I. Think. So often we think people have to grow into it or the world is so different and it has to change and people accept the idea of it was like now people had the idea. And Abigail Adams pushed John Adams. From the start in seventeen seventy six to give women more rights in consider women, Moore's they were writing the laws and John wrote back and it was like. He was like you're so saucy. Let's he literally was like your software. So in retaliation, she started up a sexy correspondence with his rival Jefferson right I mean she said she would foments rebellion and I guess as I understand it from Alexander Hamilton point of view there is this underlying threat in a true democracy, which is that the majority at any point let's say fifty point zero, zero, one percent. Could vote to take away all of the wealth and property and holdings of the upper class that could be something that could be done quite easily if we had a direct democracy right and so they feared that is that what gives rise to the Electoral College? The electoral? College. Is besides noting that it's a weird thing. America's the only democracy that has this. Were very unique. So there's a lot of debate on why a actually decided to have it many. Think it was a nod to the slaveholding states to make sure that they were fully represented because they're free population was lower than states in the north. So it was this nod to southern states can still have sort of equal rights in representatives to Electoral College states. One of the main reasons they though was because they didn't have TV news. Radio and there just wasn't a way to get information to everybody or for candidates to introduce themselves to everyone and the constant way we have now and even what literacy rates back then it's Very low so people couldn't even learn about the candidates in a newspaper, but the kind of word of mouth. Yeah and even newspapers weren't national. You know everything was local. So getting people information and then having a nationwide vote and counting the votes and getting it to one place was just like logistically the main reason for the Electoral College..
"geiger" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Hi Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you Erin How's everything and Is Good, where are we talking to you at I'm in New York City okay, and you're a Texan by birth and the Texan by birth probably the longer we're chatting the more the Texan will sound and doesn't the saying American by Birth Texan by the grace of God yes. I mean that is absolutely the bumper sticker. Here is not tall enough to be tech side never had it. I have street fine hair and when I was in junior high, I would try to do the. An. To not want. Try to read those bangs. perms, all the things just didn't work. I. Just had mine. Touched up this guy. Named Courage Monica to shave the side of her head to go punk rock but I can't be peer pressured. So I'll be it's a commitment I. Feel it. Yeah. It's to be a year or two before you have hair there again in any substantial length. Okay. That's a pass. So this is a very timely and wonderful topic to be covering with you. Erin as we are fast approaching election day and you've written a book called. Thank you for voting the maddening enlightening inspiring truth about voting in America and I think maybe we should go through this chronologically and just start with democracy in general. Yeah. The good old Greeks invented it as. I understand it. They did they were the first to have you know limited voting even then and who could be a citizen two males what is it hellenistic? Yes. Yes. So just men yeah we're citizens. So it took women and anyone not mail a long time to get out there get to vote have our rights acknowledged how I like to say the rights were always there after. Hiding sometimes you will or I in the past tweeted something about democracy and there's this faction of people that love to tweet back at me. This is not a democracy republic which yeah. But that's not anesthetics democracy. Right? There's direct democracy where every single law that would get passed through Congress all three, hundred, thirty, million of US would vote, and we would do that I guess around the clock three, sixty five, and then we have a representative democracy, which is we elect somebody through voting to carry out our agreed upon agenda. And then within that that it's broken into fifty states, which was one time much fewer and so and also historically I want to get into because people bring it up and it's very it's a valid point which is a lot of the founding. Fathers did not actually want democracy as we might think of it, they were envisioning every single member of the new country to vote in fact, there's Safeguards. Built into the system that would have protected against their fears. Right? You know they knew that they didn't want a monarchy and they wanted some sort of represented government but the founding fathers were generally for keeping the power where it was which was with them..
"geiger" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"The. Jerry expert I'm DAX Shepard Puny. Don't subscribe to DAX. Staffer. Joined by me get paid man. This is an episode of experts on expert by the way. Not to keep teasing this out but we're getting so close to having some other shows and I'm so excited about it. It's not naughtiest a well. Little GRODY. Naughty. We'll see. Today we have on Aaron Geiger Smith. Erin is a reporter that writes for publications including The Wall Street Journal in the New York Times she has a book out very, very timely called. Thank you for voting. It's a look at the past present and future of voting examining the long and continuing fight for voting equality and why so few Americans today vote and innovative ways to educate and.
"geiger" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
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Sea Hunt - It's Still Alive - Cave Diving
"Off It's time for another installment of Sea Hunt. It's still alive. And today we're going back to season 2 episode 21 for cave diving cave diving Premier package on May 24th 1959 in this episode. Mike is working with a geologist George Brian who is searching for uranium in an underwater cave. George has been doing his diving with his wife Susie up until now but needs Mike helped to explore further and do more work. They're diving off the boat Olympia with its Captain pops. Mike and George hop in and swim down with her watertight geiger counter. Mike has a doubles and George's in a single tank as they approached the cave. They put the ear pieces from the geiger counter into their ear and they take out the probe Mike's off the Geiger counters chattering like magpies. All of a sudden things start to shake Mike is spinning around. George is at the cave entrance. It's an underwater landslide. When all the turbulence is over, there's a huge Rock blocking the entrance to the cave and George is trapped inside under a pile of rocks. Mike shines his light and injured signals back. Mike can't budget Iraq. So he heads back to the surface. He says he has less than an hour before Susie becomes a widow. Mike tells pops. He needs the ship-to-shore radio to call the pier and they need to bring out some big hooks to pull away the Rocks. He's talking really fast. George only has 46 minutes left now. He tells Pops that it's real bad. Now they're desperately scanning the surface for the help from the pier the boat rounds the point and gets there within 14 minutes Susie is on board in her scuba gear bag ready to help George is down to thirty minutes Suzy insists on helping Mike despite his objections. Now Mike and Susie make it to the caves entrance and struggle to get the anchors attached to the large Rock. Finally. They get them in place and Mike's ends up a flare for the boat to pull the rock the boat strains when suddenly the anchors Breakaway failure Susie is desperate trying to get into the cave. Mike is trying to calm her down and he said she has to be rough with her in the commotion Susie's air hose gets fouled and they have to Buddy breathe to the surface. Susie climbs on board the hooks won't work. She's crying pops is trying to comfort her. What will Mike do now? Here's where things really get interesting. Well, Mike just happens to have some Dynamite on board just in case you know, pop says that's kind of risky. Mike says there's no other option but like pops was in the Seabees in World War Two and says they use Gophers to carry a line through a pipe. So they concoct a plan to use a fish to thread the line off The Rock. Well, it just so happens. There's a barrel on Deck with a live fish might takes out the fish and ties a line around its tail and heads back down to the cave with the fish house and a speargun. He checks to see if George is still alive looks at his watch time is running out. He lets the fish go into the cave ties the fishing line to the heavier line and tries to log the fish back with his light like tries to grab the fish. It's too fast time for the speargun. He's got one shot takes dead aim, and our hero fish is a goner my calls in the fish pulls the line through and now has the heaving line around the rock ties the bowl and shoot a flare to the surface and Lifeboat cranks up its engine. Finally The Rock is pulled from the entrance my crushes in freeze George and brings him to the surface. Mike yells out. I got him and pop lets out a big Yahoo back on the boat. George and Susie are reunited. Mike is lounging now. They say George's leg will be okay. They're talking about the fish that saved George Susie says that were fish was Mike Nelson. As the episodes ends, they're talking about pops idea from when he was in the Navy and Pop's final line is I wasn't in the Navy. I was just the Seabees. Hm wonder what my CB friends would think of that now you might recognize George if you're of a certain age, that would be Herbert Anderson better identified with Dennis the Menace his father Henry Mitchell. Well, that was certainly not what we think of when we think about cave diving using a fresh to thread a line around Iraq is a little out there but if anyone can do it, it would be Mike Nelson on Sea Hunt. off
Why Can't Kids Vote?
"This is why a podcast for curious kids I'm Jane Lindholm. On this show take questions from kids just like you about anything and it's our to try to find answers. And if there aren't answers to at least give you a better understanding and maybe encourage you to do your own research after all there are a lot of things that are still unknown or not very well understood about the world and you could be the person who helps the rest of US learn about them now or as you grow up. You maybe a kid but don't let that. Stop you from investigating all the things you're curious about and telling US grownups what you learn. In the United States where but why is based? We have a big election coming up election day. This year is officially on November third, but more Americans than usual are voting in advance this year sometimes in person at their town hall or city office, and sometimes by mailing in their ballot, a ballot is the piece of paper. We're adults markdown who they want to vote for people in lots of states are voting for their governors who helped run the states or their Congress people who work in Washington to help run the country. But the position that's getting the most attention is the election for who will be president of the United States for the next four years, and some of you have questions about that and about elections and voting and political parties. So we're going to tackle all of them today. Why don't kids get a vote for president? Why haven't we had girl presidents before far Democrats, Call Democrats and Republicans. Called Republicans, we've done other episodes about how the US form of government is set up, and we've done episodes about what a president is and does all day and why we have one in the United States we will put links to those episodes in our show notes and at our website. But why kids dot Org in case you want to go back and listen to those episodes specifically. But you've been sending US new questions. So today, we're going to talk more about the presidency elections and why it's so important to vote and why you can't do that if you're a kid. The US has a form of government called representative democracy in a representative democracy. All of the eligible voters get to pick a few people who run the government and those people make our laws or change our laws they are supposed to represent or speak for us. Let's talk a little bit about the presidential election which you may have been hearing about in the news whether you live in the United States or not. Our current President Donald Trump has been in office for almost four years, which is what we call one term. He wants to have a second term, and if he wins, that would be his last a president can only be elected to two terms. But he's being challenged by a lot of people the most prominent challenger. The most popular one is a man named Joe. Biden. Joe Biden used to be the vice president when Barack Obama was the president and Biden is hoping that he will win the presidency this year. There are a lot of ways. This year's election looks very different from normal years as most of you probably know pretty well already. The Global Corona virus pandemic means that many of the candidates running for president and for other government offices like senators are governors can't get out and shake hands and kiss babies and try to convince people to vote for them in the same way when they do all that and try to convince people that's called campaigning. So the campaigning looks pretty different this year. Also many states are encouraging voters to fill in their ballots and vote by mail instead of going to a specific place to what's called cast their vote to vote in person on election day. Lots. Of States have made changes to their rules to make sure more people can vote early this year. And there's another thing I want to mention before I introduce our guest and get to your questions. We are putting this episode out on Friday October ninth as it's going out the President Donald Trump has cove in nineteen, the corona virus he announced that he tested positive for Covid nineteen a week earlier, and he was in the hospital for a few days. He says he's feeling much better now but we still don't really know how this might impact his health in the long term. So there are a lot of unknowns and if things are confusing after election day in November, we'll do another episode to help you understand what's happening. So feel free to send us your questions if anything is confusing to you. But for now, let's get to the questions you've already sent. We invited someone to join us who has practiced talking to young people about voting and elections. Hi, I'm Aaron Geiger Smith I'M A reporter and the author of thank you for voting and the thank you for voting young readers edition. We gave Aaron a really big broad question to tackle I a question from Milo and ten years old I live in Los Angeles California and my question is how Does. The government work how does the government work? We could go really detailed and in-depth on various kinds of governments, and we could look at how our country's government works here in the United States where you and I are or how some state governments work or even how our town government works but broadly speaking to to Milo's question and maybe what some other people are thinking, how has government supposed to work? What is government supposed to be doing for us? It is a big question Milo but it's a really good one government is supposed to help our lives all the things that are necessary for us as people to learn and grow and just be in the world. Make those things go a little smoother and be safe so Government involves our police and firefighters and making that run. Its government is setting up all the systems in a way that makes the world functions and then adapting to make sure those systems keep working how they're supposed to, and if something changes, the government should be there to make things better in a way. It's sort of like with the corona virus in what we're going through our state and local and national governments, what they sometimes did and always should have done is adapted and think through what the problems are to try to make citizens be able to continue their lives safely. So it's about keeping a safe and then planning ahead
Texas officer charged with murder after shooting a 31-year-old Black man in Wolfe City, northeast of Dallas
"Jonathan Pryce, an African American shot by a white police officer. There has been lots of questions about It's over the last couple of days. Jim Ryan of ABC Radio News is watching the story for us, Jim Thanks very much for joining us. Tell us what happened. You know, we would. Saturday evening and again, you're gonna have to rely on what they said or what they had. It's like so many cases like this. A man named Jonathan Pryce, who lived in Wolf City, Texas, was well known, well liked around the community there. 31 year old, he said. You are his family said that he was near a convenience store. He saw this disturbance going on between a man and woman. He stepped in, tried to break it up. That's when the police showed up. A police officer named Shawn Lucas 22, year old police officer fairly new on the police department. There saw what was happening and tried to take Jonathan Pryce into custody. I didn't know what his role was in the whole thing. Price resisted that and was shot and killed. Now Lucas has hired the same attorney who represented Amber Geiger. Don't know if you remember that case, Dallas who was convicted out of shooting and killing a man in his own apartment that he now that all the sarees is now, our that lawyers now representing Shawn Lucas. He says that price was trying to take looses. Lucas is Taser away from him and that that's when he was shot and killed so they will see where this goes. The officer is on leave right now he's being held on a billion dollars bond until this whole thing is tired out. It is going to a grand jury. The Texas Rangers, the investigative agency, says that this appears to be non justifiable police shooting. Any videotape him. No. Well there there probably is the outside the convenience store. There were security cameras set up now whether they were turned on whether they have provided video. The police have not said. But if there is video, it's in the hands of investigators now will not be made public at least not yet. Maybe not even until there's a trial. So what happens next? Where are we in terms of? Well, what happens next? I guess that's the question. Well, it'll go to the grand jury. The grand jury will either indict Officer Lucas or declined to indict him. No bill him and he'll be turned loose that from there, then we'll be looking at a trial if he's true building on murder charges. There was a vigil held last night in Wolf City for Jonathan Pryce. Now we'll see where it does go in and find out more about what the Texas Rangers role in this. And what's the attorney for police officers. Jim Ryan from ABC
Lawyers For Former Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger File Appeal For Lesser Charge Following Murder Conviction
"Asked to consider a lesser charge in the case of former Dallas police officer Amber Geiger, Amber Guy you're serving a 10 year prison sentence after being convicted of murder in the shooting death of both Anjan Geiger claims she shot John after mistaking his apartment for her own. Now her attorneys appealing her conviction, asking for a lesser charge of criminally negligent homicide. The claim is that the evidence didn't prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Geiger committed murder. The defense team asking for a hearing to prove their case. Clayton Nevel
Tropical storm warning for Washington, D.C.-area as Isaias to unleash very heavy rain, strong winds
"Metro metro metro area area area is is is under under under a a tropical tropical storm storm warning. Is this National Weather Service forecast, sir Jeremy Geiger. It's gonna start affecting areas probably late tonight early tomorrow and then continue into the afternoon AA AA on Tuesday. I think the main impact with D C Metro area will probably be some strong winds. We could see some 40 50 miles for August. 4 to 6 inches of rain, he says, is also possible with those winds and rain come power outages. Potentially Dominion Power says it's ready for whatever happens. This is what we do We respond where big planners we've been planning all weekend watching the storm. Peggy Fox Dominion Energy spokesperson says Virginia customers should also get ready to potentially lose power. We want everyone to know we're ready, but we also want people prepare themselves because if you do lose power, you want to make sure you've got your own emergency kit. Our pervert W E mail and w e mail dot com meteorologist Chad Myers says he says
Tropical storm warning for Washington, D.C. metro area as Isaias to unleash very heavy rain, strong winds
"Coming coming coming in in in the the the D D D C C C metro metro metro area area area is is is under under under a a tropical tropical storm storm warning. Is this National Weather Service forecast, sir Jeremy Geiger. It's gonna start affecting areas probably late tonight early tomorrow and then continue into the afternoon AA AA on Tuesday. I think the main impact with D C Metro area will probably be some strong winds. We could see some 40 50 miles for August. 4 to 6 inches of rain, he says, is also possible with those winds and rain come power outages. Potentially Dominion Power says it's ready for whatever happens. This is what we do We respond where big planners we've been planning all weekend watching the storm. Peggy Fox Dominion Energy spokesperson says Virginia customers should also get ready to potentially lose power. We want everyone to know we're ready, but we also want people prepare themselves because if you do lose power, you want to make sure you've got your own emergency kit. Our pervert W E mail and
Suzanne Simard: How Do Trees Collaborate?
"The Ted Radio hour from NPR. I'm a new. And for most kids around the country school is officially out of session, but unlike other summers, many kids and teens are stuck at home because of the coronavirus pandemic and so today. We've got an episode for everyone kids, adults, parents teams. You are all invited on this journey because we've invited a certain dad back on the show to share the coolest things. He's learned over the years here on the Ted. Radio Hour topics blow the minds of young and old and A. Mystery guest host. Can you please introduce yourself? It's the Ted Radio Segment. Is Hello. allthough guy well back, thank you. Okay, so guy, not only were you the host of this show until you so graciously handed over the reins to me, but you are also the host of rather popular podcast for kids right? Yeah, it's called. Wow, on the world. It's a journey through real scientific research sounds a little weird, but it's like a cartoon for the ear where me and my co host Mindy Thomas go on journeys into space and back in time and underwater and everywhere in between searching for incredible scientific discoveries, and it's this awful wonderful experience for us, and hopefully for the kids who listen to the show well, that includes my kids and we figured since. Since you and I are both home with our children this summer. We thought it'd be the perfect person to come on and curate a special summer show for the entire. Ted Radio Hour family and you have so kindly brought four of your favorite segments that you did the years. How did you even begin to choose which segments you were going to bring us? Well? I think like you probably experienced MINU, their lot of Ted talks that my kids love, and on a really inspired by, and there are some that you know of course are sort of over their heads right but I really want to bring segments that spoke to curiosity and. The sort of off that kids naturally have about the world, and so that's how we kind of came up with this. This collection and I will say I did feel that way about the first segment that you brought to us? This one is called. How do trees collaborate? Tell us about it. I love the segment so much So, basically, scientists for basically forever thought the trees competed against each other for resources right for for water and son. And nutrients and they figured that the tallest trees in the forest were the strongest trees right and make sense might but Suzanne Simard. The scientists that were about to hear from she totally changed the way that scientists now think about trees because it turns out, they don't compete at all. In fact, trees collaborate. They work together through this this mysterious underground superhighway there is an entire communication network happening under our feet. Let's listen. Forest. Ecologist Suzanne Simard had a hunch. Yes, that's right. That trees. Could Talk. Imagine like when you're walking through the forest you. Might you hear the crunching of the? Twigs under your feet in the rustling of the. But she thought. What if there's more going on because big chattering? Going on that we can't hear. that. They're attuned to each other. Now at the time. A team of scientists in England were wrapping up an experiment where they'd grown in the laboratory. These pine seedlings together in little route boxes that you could see through. And the scientists took two of these pine seedlings, these baby trees that were in the same box in the same dirt, and then they exposed one of these seedlings to a radioactive carbon dioxide, gas Kurban fourteen radioactive carbon, and what they found was that some of that radioactive gas, the carbon fourteen made its way into the second ceiling. You can visualize you could see. And so from this experiment it seemed that somehow these two plants in the same dirt. Or connected and I thought. Wow, maybe this is what's going on in my forest. Maybe Suzanne, smart thought, maybe all the trees in a forest or connected. In a kind of network. Lake are. or transportation system our social networks, and maybe she thought all of this was happening underground. When we walked through the forest. What we see as human beings, we just see these beautiful trees growing out of the ground, but we don't see that they're actually completely linked underground in this superhighway. So Suzanne decided to prove this underground network existed. She devised an experiment using some of the same radioactive gas. Geiger counter to measure it and a patch of Birch and for trees.
Seattle - New changes at QFC, Fred Meyer to improve social distancing
"QFC and Fred Meyer today began limiting the number of customers inside its grocery stores may have noticed similar changes in other stores around the region couple of Suzanne Phan report here see they've implemented one way aisles to help maintain social distancing among customers a QC spokeswoman also says stores are making sure that every employee will have a disposable face masks for each shift Kroger the stores parent company is also offering hourly workers are so cultural bonus which is a two dollar an hour hazard pay raise we talked to Tom Geiger his union represents twenty three thousand grocery store workers the changes that we've made over the last month in Washington across the country hire a hazard pay more sick leave benefits limiting access to the four most recently one way Isles I think those are all positive positive changes changes the the could could it it be be made made quicker quicker Chile Chile put put in in like like a a month month later later last last person person you you heard heard from from is is a a grocery grocery store store cashier at a Safeway in west Seattle she says she and other grocery store employees are at huge risk and she's very concerned as the enfant
Report: Philadelphia Eagles Won’t Hire Offensive Coordinator
"And it from an eagle standpoint does anybody feel good about this set up here where there's no offense of coordinator what I'm really starting to worry about here is I thought that one of the great strengths of Doug Peterson was that he was flexible that he was a listener that he was taking input that it was a guy who were his quarterback could walk over to in a super ball on fourth down and suggest the play and Doug rolls with it that's what I loved about dog what worries me now is Doug is a bit of a control freak and the fact that you're not gonna be calling plays may be your input is gonna be taking all that seriously this job as an office a quarter is not that appealing like this wasn't the plan all along clearly if that was the plan you would just elevated couple these guys away it so you don't know what I'm talking about we'll get to the list of one second here but if you're not sure what I'm talking about Doug Peterson will continue to call plays and be the the head coach there will not be an offense of coordinator named Jeff stoutly who's the offense of line coach and do Staley who's already running backs coach and assistant head coach are give me the run game coordinators press Taylor who was the quarterbacks coach last year is still the quarterbacks coach but he's also the passing game coordinator now they've also brought on rich asking around well who was a former offensive coordinator for the Broncos and a fire danger brighter they brought him in as well to add to the offense of staff but this to me reeks of guys we really wanted to talk to didn't have interest in talking to us or we were blocked in the case of my calf got and which left us with the pool of guys that weren't all that impressive so we didn't pull the trigger on any of them so we're gonna stay Pat with what we have and just elevate these guys I don't like it I don't have a good feeling for another good sense Ford I wanted somebody to comment I know its Geiger Rollo and and and brighter from the outside but I wanted somebody to come in from the outside to have a strong voice without Peterson and it doesn't appear that that's gonna
Uranium, rattlesnake found during traffic stop in Guthrie
"What do you get when you mix a rattle snake with uranium act if you said maggots Naik you are correct that Ramona's off their podcast has a news not the you won't believe it's off air with Matt remote mainly as a news and that this could be the most interesting traffic stop by a police officer in the history of traffic style his during an officer in Oklahoma stopped a car with expired tags only discovered that this car was stolen last week the surprise is kept coming as a search of the vehicle pulled over by a sergeant got three on June twenty six revealed a gun in the console next to an open open bottle of whiskey I canister of powder uranium what a rattle snake in the backseat combo the guy that he pulled over was planning according to police sergeant Anthony give Sturgis statement he was going to make a mega snake what kind of thing now but a vaginal expose a rental thing to uranium and bam giants that you have a pet mega snake take down the world however it was a stick to start with that it's there says that the the snake was about three to four feet long I would go to me well you know uranium it what you yeah red dead countered powder uranium is apparently used a bag with Geiger counters to tell how much radio activities in metal so you can buy it legally in small amount and it's not gonna make anything mega right like I say anything all I got does this test flight the fact that the guy had a gun bottle of whiskey uranium as a rattlesnake sensing any I wanted to make a magazine like or yeah I'm a still and this guy was I'm going to stop I think you could be higher now by the government I think so Mr way to test out one of those guys you know animals they get hackers and stuff to work for the government of endless guy is gonna be high up in this CIA now we need to study him magus day
Puerto Ricans in quake shelters worry about future
"At least three hundred people including lots of children are living in a tent city in the earthquake damaged why India there's very little left of where they once lived Carmen or angle lost her home in the earthquake after rebuilding from hurricane Maria yeah I thought that I had all my little by little and this happens everything broke when this happened I'm going through the same thing again John Geiger with the U. S. Geological Survey says it's not over there's a slight possibility of something larger happening within the next week and then every week after that the chance of something larger happening goes down this aftershock was one of more than nine hundred and fifty to hit the southern coast of Porter Rico since the end of last year I'm Julie Walker
Dallas DA John Creuzot’s contempt of court case dismissed
"He's not angry but Dallas County district attorney John crews says he's disappointed that a judge try to find him in contempt of court for violating the gag order Carol these LP Philip says John crews is not holding back on criticizing the judge it's the first time since his contempt of court case was dismissed the crew so has talked about the interview that he gave just before the start of the amber Geiger murder trial he says a TV reporter interviewed him about another topic but then Geiger came up so we commented he says there never should have been a gag order in place to begin with in fact he now has a new office policy from this day forward if any judge
Dallas DA John Creuzot’s contempt of court case dismissed
"Now this contempt of court now that his contempt of court cases been dismissed Dallas County district attorney John Chris so is three questions of his care all these LP Phillips reports he's not really mincing words about the judges at the heart of the issue it's the first time since the content case was filed in September the John crews always been able to talk it was cruise owes interview with the local TV station just before the amber Geiger murder trial that started everything crews consented to an interview about one thing the Geiger matter came up crews answer the question he says judge Tammy cams gag order which was in place at the time was unconstitutional so can we still work with the Georgia no I couldn't work were there in the first place I consider that I can
Contempt case against Dallas DA dismissed
"It looks like Dallas County district attorney John cruise cell will not be prosecuted for contempt of court as we hear from K. our world he's healthy Phillips the special prosecutor has agreed to dismiss the case crews was ordered by state district judge Tammy camp to show why he should not be held in contempt of court for giving a television interview just before the start of the amber Geiger murder trial a gag order had been in place since September the cases ricocheted around the courthouse with an an outside outside prosecutor prosecutor being being appointed appointed crews crews hiring hiring a a defense defense attorney attorney from from Houston Houston and and then then outside outside judge judge replacing replacing can can our our people are you yeah but in court papers filed both the special prosecutor and crews always attorney agree that while crews did not show the best judgment in doing the interview what he said was quote on remarkable and was not heard by any of the jurors attorney say they believe the judge has signed the order and it should be filed later
Dallas dropped from lawsuit over man shot by cop in own home
"City of Dallas is being removed from a civil lawsuit over the shooting death of an unarmed black man inside his apartment by an off duty cop a federal judge made the decision this week ruling attorneys for both in John's family failed to prove Dallas should be held accountable John was shot to death by amber Geiger in twenty eighteen she was off duty but still in uniform at the time and was
Botham Jean’s brother gets ethical courage award for forgiving, hugging Amber Guyger
"One of the nation's leading academies for law enforcement supervisors has given its twenty nineteen ethical courage award to a teenager whose brother was killed by an off duty police officer last year the story from correspondent Jim Reid jealous court room was reduced to tears when eighteen year old Brant John spoke to fired officer amber Geiger I don't know if it is possible but can I give road please Gregory Smith is director of the institute of law enforcement administration I see the values instilled in you by your peers I see the strength given to you by your faith in accepting the ethical courage award John challenge law enforcers I want you to ask yourself what are you doing to ensure that there will be no other families like mine Uyghur is now serving ten years in prison for fatally shooting her neighbor who she says she mistakenly thought was a
Lady Gaga set to star in Ridley Scott's Gucci family murder film
"Now god yeah has popped up in the movie land again she's landed her next role as she did so well in a star is born she's going to star in an upcoming film from Ridley Scott about the Gucci family member the Gucci Gucci Gucci Gucci in the gritty brand still big I'll yeah yeah god has got to play by treat C. R. IDG I'm ray JI on me with the ex wife moma read CO Gucci who is driving a big hit of organizing her ex-husband's assassination thank served eighteen years in jail right now yes good deal I think this is like a really interesting story yeah memories here I do daughters with that for three D. average yeah and he left his when your dog say the name right now all right do you have any see they had a brain tumor removed her children blinded for her actions the media took a darker view of her during the affair depicting her as a hot blooded woman scorned endeavoring are now Black Widow the twenty nine years got out of jail eighteen years later who's that that badly likes the idea of this movie that was a huge **** off and a really good so the book the movie is based on the book by Serra gave Fortin the house of Gucci a sensational story of murder madness grammar and green Geiger's playing patriot C. R. A. G. on
"geiger" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Might be a good time to stop for just a moment and make a special offer to our listeners, folks. If you're out there listening, and you have a pension, and you have the opportunity to take a lump sum. Or even if you just have a large Fara one k plan, and you've got a concentration of money there. And you're wondering if you're doing the right things if you're if you're doing everything you can and should be doing if you're set up correctly to go into twenty twenty-five thirty years without a paycheck. We're gonna make a special offer here right now for the next five callers who have at least five hundred thousand dollars in their portfolio on a complimentary basis. Mike, we're going to put together a full blown retirement plan for them. We're going to sit down and analyze what you're doing. Where are you at right now? And compare that to what you kinda sorta should be doing leading into retirement, if you're in your late fifties early sixties, I I'm talking to you in the audience right now because you're close enough to retirement that Ereli should make sure that you're doing things correctly. Will put together a complimentary full-blown retirement plan for the first five callers who come in. We'll sit down with you will help you understand how much income you going to be able to have and retirement how much growth you should expect from your portfolio what to do with your four one K plan what to do with your lump sum that you could get out of your pension, and we'll put that all together for you. So that it makes sense. So that you have a roadmap to understand how to go into retirement and how to go through retirement comfortably. Mike, why don't you? Go ahead and give the phone number of the folks out there. Absolutely. It's eight hundred six eight one two four nine eight that is for Bill and his team at Geiger wealth, eight hundred six eight one two four nine eight critical time folks, if you are in your late fifties too early sixties, and this is a wonderful opportunity to sit down and create your very own full blown. On retirement plan with Bill Geiger and the team at Geiger wealth..
"geiger" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
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"geiger" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
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"geiger" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
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"geiger" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
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"geiger" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
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