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"glenn mai" Discussed on 60 Minutes

60 Minutes

07:07 min | 4 months ago

"glenn mai" Discussed on 60 Minutes

"Town and began lowering him back into the water. And what you guys have done to this does not harm or hurt the shark at all. Now because we're monitoring the stress of the animal throughout. After a couple of minutes he perked up, especially when he noticed the O search photographer in the water around the corner. Finally, with fish master Brett McBride helping steer him by the tail off went Sydney. Good luck, oh boy. Sidney. Yeah. It's safe to say that wolves have an image problem. Since ancient times, they've been portrayed in fables and legends and the Bible as fearsome voracious predators. The story of the big bad wolf may be the most memorable and frightening of all the fairytales told by the brothers Grimm. That grim reputation actually produced a very real result in America in the early 20th century. Wolves were wiped off the landscape trapped poisoned and hunted until there was not a single one left in the American West. The National Park Service brought wolves back to Yellowstone park almost exactly 25 years ago following a bitter debate between wildlife groups who wanted them restored and ranchers who most definitely didn't. Even today the wolves of Yellowstone stirs strong emotions. But as we first reported in 2018, they've also had an impact that almost no one saw coming. In the dead of winter, Yellowstone park is a beautiful but forbidding place. Howling wind sub zero temperatures, 6 feet of snow. Just finding enough food to survive is a profound struggle for every animal. Waterfowl, bison. Elk, foxes. They all have to work for every morsel. Yellowstone was the world's first national park founded in 1872, and it remains one of the most visited, millions of people come here every summer, but they used to pretty much leave it to the wildlife in the winter, until the wolves came back. Oh, they're behind the tree. Now, reports of a wolf sighting can produce a traffic jam along the one 50 mile stretch of road, the park service keeps open in the winter. Visitors with spotting scopes gather in absolutely frigid weather for a momentary, long distance view. These folks came from Germany to see wolves. Doug Smith runs the Yellowstone wolf research program for the park service. And no one predicted this would happen. Actually the appeal of coming in to see the wolves? Yes. And it truly has been amazing and hundreds of thousands of people a year. We estimate. Come here justice seawolves. Wolf tourism pumps $35 million a year into the local economy. Much of it spent in the winter, which is prime wolf watching time. We've seen most all three days that we've been out. Glenn Mai is a retired FBI agent from Arlington, Virginia. Kathy Lombard is a retired cop from New Hampshire. They both paid an outfitter thousands of dollars to take them wolf watching. So what is it about wolves that bring you all the way out here from New Hampshire to sit out here and just hope for the chance to see them? They've been able to bring wolves back into Yellowstone and they've thrived. So that's just an awesome thing to see. It was January 12th, 1995 when the first gray wolves captured in Canada were carried into Yellowstone park. It drew both national attention and fierce opposition. So much that armed guards were posted to protect those wolves. So the first walls released into Yellowstone park were released right back here in this thicket. Yes. So a total of 41 over three years. How many are in the park now? We've got 96 in ten packs and it's been roughly a hundred wolves the last ten years. Very stable. Those ten packs of about ten wolves each are without a doubt the most closely observed and studied wolves on earth. Our goal is to keep touch with each pack. That's our goal. They do that by trying to attach radio collars to at least two wolves in each of the park's packs. So you fly on the airplane, find wolves in the open. That airplane, radios, a waiting helicopter on the ground. The helicopter flies out with a gunner in the back seat. That gunner is almost always Smith himself. And you fly up alongside that wolf. And you shoot a tranquilizing dart into it. 5 minutes, it goes down. We process the walls. We take blood. We measure them. We look at their health and we attach a radio collar. And then we follow them for their life, hopefully. That life, by the way, typically lasts about 5 years. Yellowstone wolves are fierce and territorial. The leading cause of death is a tax from other wolves. And their look is uncontrollable that looks as I ain't going to conform to your rules. And I'll die before I do. And that's powerful. That is a location of a wolf. Data from the radio callers has helped smith's team to learn volumes about wolf behavior. Have you seen where the boulder is by itself? Yeah. It also helps all those wolf watchers find them. Park service volunteer Rick macintyre is out every day, listening for signals. So that is from a black male wolf 1107. And then spreading the word. Would you like to see a gray wall of two? Okay, there you go. So it's a little bit right of center. Oh yeah. Oh, look, here comes the whole pack. Wow. So see if you can count the mall, there would be two gray 6 blacks for 5 6 black ones and the white one that went by. And there should be a second gray. How about that? We had spotted the junction Butte pack along a ridge line about two miles away. Like most packs, it's led by an alpha male and an alpha female, the only two wolves in a pack.

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"glenn mai" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"glenn mai" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Welcome back. This is the bench hero show. So for a lot of woke people that the goal here is not actually solving racism in any real way. The goal here is about making themselves feel good at the expense of everybody else. The goal here is about I'm better than you. And truly were privileged to live in such a generation when the only good people have ever lived. As I said yesterday on the show, it is incredible. We live in a generation, which the on ly good people live. You was just not a good person, Not a man of his time. Bad person got to tear down the statue of Washington Jefferson. Bad people. You would have been better than they had you lived in Because you are a good person, and we know you're a good person is because you go to protest because of post stuff on Facebook and also because you doctor people on Twitter you are an incredible person. Incredibly, you're bettering appearance. You are. There's an entire Washington post piece about how young people generations he and millennials they're better than their baby boomer and millennial Parents Day. There's better, inherently better. For example, it was a great person. This guy named Charlie. My, He's great. He's great because you went to a black lives matter Protest now their father, his father was not happy about it. Glenn Mai's retired FBI agent had been raised in Dallas by Chinese immigrants who had taught him he would succeed if he just worked hard. Chinese culture is very much about working within the system, said Glenn, 54. He served for decades in law enforcement, and he came to believe this is tomorrow. His son, Charlie took a different view. Charlie's the hero of this story. My father deeply believes that everyone has a fair chance, which is just basically untrue, said Charlie, an artist who fled New York for his family's home in Northern Virginia because of the pandemic. Very Asian. To me that view that if everyone just works hard, everything will turn out right for them indefinitely. A little reacted to that because I think that's delusional, says the guy who was an artist in New York and was able to go to his family home in Northern Virginia that his dad worked for now. Who do you think experience more racism in American society? Charlie, 20 for an artist. Or Dad Glenn, who grew up in Dallas, a Chinese person in law enforcement. Who do you think experience more racism? I have a feeling. I know the answer to this one. Hey, or let's take another example from the article. Ah girl named Giselle Quintero. She's 18. A team who's half African American had come to live with her family in their Marysville, California home, and Quintero has come to regard her has come to regard her 15 year old cousin Maura's brother, She was their cousin in their family as protesting Gulf the nation while her conservative farming community reign quiet, 18 year old college didn't decided she had to act. It upset me to see how unjustly black people are being treated have a platform in this little community, so I knew I had to do something to help out, said Quintero. In early June, she posted news on social media of a protest in front of a mall near her house. Her parents, Mexican American business owners and strong Trump supporters, vocally opposed your plans. At first, My parents were like this is stupid. All lives matter, Quintero said. They didn't understand the big picture of it. But the system is so messed up and nobody deserves having me on the neck for eight minutes over $20 count with the bill. Quintero said she grew up hearing her grand parents tell stories about how they were prohibited from drinking it. Whites only fountains after long, hot days of working in the fields. I just kind of suppressed those memories and tried to distinguish themselves by their hardworking achievements and Quintero, and they're still not being accepted by the white community. So her parents and grand parents are bad. Her grand parents experience actual, full out racism, whites only fountains having to work in the fields for living. And then they tried to distinguish themselves by their hard work and achievement. But they're the bad ones because they're not protesting the system. She's the good one. She's an 18 year old. What community college students. Just well done all around, were creating a generation of people whose virtue is tied up in declaring that the parents are evil and racist, even though they themselves have not experienced any serious Repercussions for the race. This is what I'm sorry. This is just It's an absurdity. It's an absurdity. The younger generation, declaring itself more virtuous than the older generation on the back of experiencing less discrimination and then castigating their elders for having worked hard and getting ahead. It's everything. It is why the country is in serious trouble. Because when you tell people there What you get. This is what you got. By the way, these kids are not making the world a better place one's torn statue down at a time and one Instagram posted a time they're not Instead, they're just dividing people. There instead of clearing system we all share together. Is an evil, horrible system. Either way, everybody is everything is being canceled, which is which is exciting stuff. I think we should actually accelerate the process. By the way, we should just cancel everything. Because if everybody is cancelled, then nobody is cancelled. Today. The council culture is coming for Jimmy Kimmel because Back in the 19 nineties, he cut a fake rap album. In which apparently he used the n word. And it was considered funny back in the nineties because he was a white guy. Doing a rap album was actually making fun of him for being very white was the idea, but now he's bad right? Justice. He was bad for making fun of Karl Malone. Justus. Jimmy Fallon is bad Justice Tina Fey's that everybody is bad except those that the won't declare. Not bad and the way that you declare the way that you get declared. Not bad is, of course, by repeating all the slogans that people in the world left wish you to declare. The problem is that once you declare those slogans As I said before, is just like the scene in the in the movie where the bad guy comes to the good guy and blackmail is the good guy. And says I have this piece of evidence right here and you're gonna give me what I want A good guy says How do I know you won't use it later in the bag? I says you don't Dad is the world that we now live in. So I think we should just accelerate the council culture. Let's just assume from here on out, everybody's cancelled. You know, we used to do this. Religious people have done this for literally millennia assumed everybody is cancelled. Why? Because they're all sinful by nature. See the left believes that everyone is perfectible. Whereas religion it seems everybody is sinful, so religion can forgive. Where's the left? Cannot forgive sin. Instead, the left just doubles down on the idea that if you send, you must be made to pay forever and always. And if you think I've paid enough today, don't worry. They'll be back tomorrow Woke left, They'll be back for more. Are you coming up? We're joined by Dr Marty McCarry from Johns Hopkins University to talk about the spike in covert across the country. This is Them.

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"glenn mai" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"glenn mai" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"How are you, pal? How you doing? The last time we saw each other, the Cubs have won the World Series and we made eye contact across the crowded stadium. Yes. At Wrigley Field at the World Series, man. You know, I went to the theater near my house and well met. It's the Willman Theater, a couple blocks of my house. And I saw finding Vivian Maier on Lee to find out you produced it. That was a great documentary, by the way. Thanks, man. Yeah, that was that was really an amazing thing. I I was watching Ah, PBS at my house, and there was a story about her, and I contacted the guy and I said, Let's do a movie and then I quit. I know. It was nominated for an Academy Award. And but I'm not making a documentary again. She was well. She was a baby sitter in the North Shore, and they found out she died. Nobody knew that she had taken all these spectacular pictures or a life and they were found in a storage bin. And it's a fascinating story, and it won. One point she was she was ah Donahues. Nanny Phil Donahue's nanny. I mean, bizarre story. Here. So anyway. I I'm like, Why isn't Jeff Garland in every day? And they said, Well, he's back in Chicago. He wants to eat all of his favorite food and watch baseball. And I said, I go. Let me just say something to you. Yes. You matter to me. Your show matters to me. You're the greatest guy ever and I will come in any time to your to your festival. And you know, it's so funny is I mean, to be honest is like their say, Put Io just say put together whatever I'll go on whatever. And then I'm not on your show here. Well, here you are. At five, John how and its seven Michael of in the right side of Conversation, 8 90 W. L s Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show. So for a lot of woke people that the goal here is not actually solving racism in any re away. The goal here is about making themselves feel good at the expense of everybody else. The goal here is about I'm better than you. And truly were privileged to live in such a generation when the only good people have ever lived. As I said yesterday on the show, it is incredible. We live in a generation, which the only good people live us. Just not a good person, not a man of his time. Bad person got to tear down the statue of Washington Jefferson bad people. You would have been better than they had you lived in. Because you are a good person, and we know you're a good person is because you go to protests and because post stuff on Facebook and also because you doctor people on Twitter, you are an incredible person. Incredibly, you're bettering appearance. You are. There's an entire Washington post piece about how young people generations he and millennials they're better than their baby boomer and millennial Parents Day. There's better, inherently better. For example, it was a great person. This guy named Charlie. My, He's great. He's great because you went to a black lives matter Protest now their father, his father was not happy about it. Glenn Mai's retired FBI agent had been raised in Dallas by Chinese immigrants who had taught him he would succeed if he just worked hard. Chinese culture is very much about working within the system, said Glenn, 54. He served for decades in law enforcement, and he came to believe this is to work. His son, Charlie took a different view. Charlie's the hero of the story. My father deeply believes that everyone has a fair chance, which is just basically untrue, said Charlie, an artist who fled New York for his family's home in Northern Virginia because of the pandemic. Very Asian. To me that view that if everyone just works hard, everything will turn out right for them. I'm definitely a little reacted to that is I think that's delusional, says the guy who is an artist in New York and was able to go to his family home in Northern Virginia that his dad worked for now. Who do you think experience more racism in American society? Charlie, 20 for an artist. Or Dad Glenn, who grew up in Dallas, a Chinese person in law enforcement. Who do you think experience more racism? I have a feeling. I know the answer to this one. Hey, or let's take another example from the article. Ah Groman Giselle Quintero. She's 18. A team who's half African American had come to live with her family in their Marysville, California home, and Quintero has come to regard her has come to regard her 15 year old cousin, Maura's brother, She was their cousin in their family as protesting Gulf the nation while her conservative farming community ran quiet. The 18 year old college didn't decided she had to act. It upset me to see how unjustly black people are being treated have a platform in this little community, so I knew I had to do something to help out. Send Quintero In early June, she posted news on social media of a protest in front of them on there. Her house. Parents, Mexican American business owners and strong Trump supporters vocally opposed your plans. At first. My parents were like this is stupid. All eyes matter, Quintero said. They didn't understand the big picture of it. Now The system is so messed up. They nobody deserves having me on the neck for eight minutes over a $20 counterfeit bill. Quintero said she grew up hearing her grand parents tell stories about how they were prohibited from drinking at whites only fountains after long, hot days of working in the fields, they just kind of suppressed those memories and tried to distinguish themselves by their hardworking achievement, said Quintero. They're still not being accepted by the white community. So.

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