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Sirhan Sirhan May Soon Be Free
"Breaking news on the man who killed robert f kennedy sirhan sirhan. Could he go free. We're back with breaking developments about the man who killed robert f kennedy sirhan sirhan was recommended for parole late today after more than five. Decades in prison are stephanie. Goss has late details fifty three years ago moments after robert f. kennedy won the california primary sirhan sirhan fatally shot women l. as ambassador hotel today in a stunning decision. The parole board recommended. The gunman be released from prison. Something few had predicted house surprise. Would you be the parole board. Leads sirhan surin out on parole. I would be astonished. The parole hearing sirhan. Sixteenth drew scrutiny. Because for the first time ever know prosecutor from l. a. county attended. Da george gascons office saying in a statement. The role of a prosecutor ends at sentencing adding. If someone is the same person that committed an atrocious crime that person will correctly not be found suitable for release on the one hand. It surprising because her answer is such a notorious criminal but on the other hand there has been a trend away from locking up criminals and throwing away the key that other that recently elected gasco and told lester in may. He hopes to be transformative in his new role. My priorities are really hard. We reimagined the way that we bring security and safety and public health to our community critics. Worry the prosecutors absence from sir hans parole hearing could open the door to letting a dangerous criminal who changed the course of us history back on the streets. Sirhan is not out yet. There will be a ninety day review before the decision lands on. The governor's desk when rfk's killer could become a
"goss" Discussed on S.T.A.R. Parents
"But i feel like this is what i got from god when i was in a very frustrated place. A few minutes ago When i love when we love ourselves and others we are inadvertently arming got but it is just as or more important to directly affirm our creator is good who he is and what he does in estar. We believe this is the primary affirmation at least to doing all right. And so i wrote that a while ago but i'm going to put in perspective because i i want just be authentic today like i'm no bodies pastor. Say that again. I'm nobody's pestered. But i believe everyone who believes and it's called is a disciple and i wanna say that today i wanna coz his widow it into discipleship and for those who don't believe in they're more interested invitation to knowledge like please. We want to really put resources this week on on the on the website star parents that work for people who just want more ways to understand why we believe the way we believe and for me. It came clear as day today when i was angry. But i still love that. I get frustrated asked. He'll love god. I am overwhelmed. And i still love. God i'm broke in still god. I'm his. I still love god. I get lonely. Still god i am tired in. I still love god. I get hopeless in still love. God i get ashamed. He'll love god. I get embarrassed. And i still love god and the reason why i you'll love god is because when i was broken guys still loves me when i am trifling. God still loves me. When i ignored him. Ga still loved me when i was ratchet. God still love me when i was evil. God still loved me when i was angry. Got still loved me. When i was nasty. Goss still love me when i was perverted. God still love me and because he loved me i He loved me..
"goss" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio
"Economics finance to hear lot of people saying that people coming in buying up the houses on the beach to make them rentals in that the homeowner kind of situation on the beach is going away. Is that true. And does it worry you. It sure seems to be trending now it. doesn't you know. People are opportunists. Their covert. I think scared a lot of people. You're not sure you know you're investing in an hard assets and you know it's the american way we can't stop people from doing it. Am i worry that. We're going to be losing affordable housing and we're going to be losing some annual absolutely. It's no secret my wife and i we rent. We've rented our house. We've been in there for seven years and we love it we don't want to. It's the way the market is. It's just not viable for us to to buy it at this point. So it's you know we're we're in a lucky situation that we've been there a long time. We we treat it like it's our house right. It's not everybody's fortunate enough to to have that. And if you buy a house that i mean and you decide you wanna turn into a short. I can't stop you from doing you. Know we have a house Not on the beach and gateway we have. We have room for and rex in will appreciate what i'm about to say. We have room for rats. We found our third rat out in the backyard behind the refrigerator in our bar area in the back and so we got the rat out and then i built a wall to make sure the rat couldn't get back in because there were three rats for some reason they were getting behind the refrigerator. You i i did. I did what what i forgot to do was sitcom. I forgot to plug the refrigerator back in before i built the wall. So you know it's the minor. Call people i come home. And there is holes in in the wall then. He's contemplating putting a hole through the concrete slab. That is our counter. And i'm like was that. When i started to drill through to stay in your lane what you can do like painting for me. Larry painting the inside of our house. I have not that. I can't do it. I hate it. I i would rather work on. Someone's car than painting. Speaking of paint in. I decided while i was out in the back removing the rats or actually i didn't removed rat myself. I called the bug guy made him do it. I started to paint the deck and then when a dry i realized it's not the same color as the original pink so it looks funky right now. So we're we're going to fight people over for a while until it gets a paint at home depot to get the paint shortage shortage. You're raising nothing there. She said our shipment comes in friday. This friday where's your. Nobody wants to hear your story to kind of tie this whole conversation into into the homeless. And i'm a firm believer that you've all heard if you give a guy fish feeding dave you teach him how to fish and feed him for life. Is that a word that saying..
"goss" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio
"Now it's i prefer to be on the side you know. We've got limited space. You've got limited resources. As far as being able to put. Virginia avenue looked at as holy. Moly foley's saying hi to everybody going by but yeah we'll find a solution i mean there's there's stuff behind off a chapel street that's available. It's it's all we have to find a solution. And i don't wanna get hung up on the on the morning field we did. Yeah what do you know about margarita. What's going on there. What's when's the shopping on the ground. Obviously you see the fencing up the beach access is open down there Following on i. I did reach out to tom. Torgersen this week to kind of get an update to see where at in He told me a few things that he told me. I was allowed to share. If if if i felt breaking news everybody breaking news. No no they just received this week there Maximum construction cost contract. Which is which is huge as you know with with the covert and the changing the construction costs for everything have gone through the roof there. The just got their fire. Permits are all finalized. You just have to pick them up. Their state and federal state and county permits are all received. They've got their development order. They're on their pace to start. They've turned the deed over for the ocean. Jewel property basically the bridge. That's been turned over. The town's doing their due diligence. Go through to make sure because you know eventually. That's going to go to the base of the bridge roundabout construction stuff. So the there's a few things left with the town permits that dotting the i's crossing the t.'s. They're waiting on nothing major. It's my understanding is like a line of sight type. Stuff that's minor that gets is getting worked out. But i was told that they're they're the clock has started for a hard. Construction started mid august very nice very nice aright so affordable -able housing. There's there's a lot of employees that come down to work on the beach that you don't make millions and millions of dollars a year. They struggled to be able to live on the beach and work on the beach. What what can you tell us about. Is there any way to get affordable housing close to the beach. And i would just say so what he called you privately about the story. I would just say that. Affordable housing has been an issue in the past a right. Now it is..
"goss" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio
"The studio and all right. Thanks very much wife and did a lovely job there and we are so happy to have our second guest we we do have a movie trivia coming up in at the end of the show so stay tuned for that because we have two tickets to give away to the beach theater as you do at the end of every show stay tuned. We got a great question from the folks down here. You know. I'm and you love him. He's your councilman here on the beach. And we appreciate dan coming on dan. Thanks so much we appreciate come in it. Yes thanks for having me on again. So let's start with you've had. How long has it been now. It's been a year and a half march so little little over here. You feel like you're settled in a councilman. Our yeah you know. It's what they warned me about. That takes a year to get really settled in is true. You know obviously kobe. We didn't have a normal inauguration by by zoom and so things have been a little different and recently we just finally were able to get back up at the dice and sit together. So it's it's. We're still learning but i think we're kind of coming back into our own you know we're getting back to normal is in. I'm excited well. And i think too that starting off. I mean you're new to this position so starting off new in normal conditions would have been warping starting off in the middle of a once in a million years. Event is what were the challenges associated with that. Well obviously the the first thing was the beach. Keep the beach. Close the beach open. And it's an you know whatever side of the fence. You're on with the kobe thing where they believed that. Or you didn't believe it or you thought it was a hoax or it wasn't a hoax. The reality was we had to make some tough decisions in the county owns part of the property. We own part of the property and and it was a lot of difficult decisions that that had to be made. And you know i. I learned very quickly that not. Everyone is going to be happy. Not everyone's gonna like your decision but You you try to lead with your heart and do what you think is best in. Eventually everything worked out so on that real quick on that looking back now that you have a chance to look back on things. Was it the right decision to close hindsight being twenty twenty and all it was. It wasn't close for that long again. The the difficulty was lee. County had made the decision to keep their beach open. We decided to close at the majority of council thought. It was the best decision. And i and i felt personally that it created a congestion that didn't necessarily need to be created in You know i. I had my opinion and then other people had their opinion It wasn't closed for long. I think it was like three days before. It wasn't that long and it was a stressful time it was. It was a year like no other year that anybody's had to go through and our level county level state level federal. I mean everybody had to make decisions. That are very difficult. It's not like there's a playbook that you can go to and say if this then that right well not certainly not for that. No certainly not for that. But if anything i think it it really brought our community together and and it showed how people when they worked together they can really create something. Good out of something bad. So let's get let's get right to the a the most recent thing that happened. You read a letter to the town council about to town manager. You wanted to change..
"goss" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"Connect those tools into that list so to stand what things you're doing with what tool and then the next part of it would be trying identify what you can connect together natively. So if we're talking about a shelly earlier use you're saying about your My learning management system acting name thing. Yeah exactly so tryon. I look at native integrations that you can use. Software companies have Put lots of money into developing integrations with different software. Tools tried and tested. Go down that route first before you start looking at trying to connect with something else so trying to integrate you tools. I connect them. Get everything working as where you can. And then the next step would be try and automate. Whatever you can using a connector tool like zappia role models of power or tomato You know whatever else because that really will then connect the dots for you and then the last thing is make sure that you go back and review everything regularly so continuous improvement mindset to think about Just making sure that you changing things as they changeon and keeping on top of everything. Yeah yeah i i need to. I need a new process for my book. Writing my course creation. So for example teams have microsoft ignite last week or the week before but at the time is a bit of a blur microsoft of announced a slew of new things for teams. Am i really book about teams. Just for christmas is already had one appendix. Thank you only had one bendix because breakout rooms one. When i released book and now i can see the. I've got a whole new takes of new systems and processes that to write about and so you're absolutely right. You have to go back and review all the time. Totally totally totally kelly. It's been fascinating joe any. I'm looking up there because your top left on my swing but my on youtube. I'm sorry joe go any final questions or comments. I i just tightly. I think it's really interesting. What you say about that being a you know a real gap. It's really speak to my mindset with the whole process and automation things. So yeah that's really really interesting really really interesting and definitely something that would be interested in looking at with you in in your coast so i should go and sign up the wait list for that. I think right right you know i. I think these toes zap here is a is easy to to learn. I think when you wanna when you want to start automating your processes just dive in and try it out and then lots of little videos and tips and and things for you to get started with but when you want to start doing some really cool stuff was fair. Need michael's is good. Well listen we will put all the details on the web page. That goes along with today's episode. So you'll be able to go and go find kelly's website and sign up and do whatever you need to do to get the info you need so once again. Thank you ever so much kelly for being with us today. It's been an absolute pleasure. Thank you thank you again. Thank you for having me guys..
"goss" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"Because they're irrelevant or I don't need really need them And then in terms of learning how to automate those processes. I think these the beauty of tools like zappia and microsoft power old mates and integra matt and automate adopt all of these tools. That their no code. So you don't need to be a developer or a a program to learn how to to use them so you know. Sometimes there is a little bit of a learning curve but if you're doing it regularly and taking the time it's like it's like anything isn't it that you know The invest a little bit of time and trying to learn how to do something Yeah the benefits are a massive. As far as i'm concerned i agree and you know. Eight years ago pre zappia days we used to use In the project management world something called middleware. Which would do exactly the same thing as up here. Which would connect these big commercial database oracle and sap with other internal systems because there was no natural link. It just speeds up your business but don't know where you'd agree kelly. There are times when automation is not the solution. And that's when you need to do that kind of nurturing relationship building because automation doesn't replace. That does it. So when you're talking about like the one on one with people right. Yeah i mean i do agree. Partly that definitely anything. That should have a human doing that. Particular thing. she definitely should never be replaced by automation. But i think what some businesses that perhaps if they have a little bit of resistance from a themselves internally about putting in place new technology because you think oh my god well what what if it goes wrong or whatever. It doesn't do the things that i wanted to do. Is i'm going to lose control But i think one big thing in terms of them being able to engage this stuff in trying to put in place or or embrace automation is That they're not gonna lose their jobs over automation. All is one of those things that helps you to eliminate all of that repetitive. And yet all the drudge that you think. Oh my god. I can't deal with this again today. Because i've got to do this over and over and over is just killing me That's more time spent engaging with customers yup bringing revenue into the business and for the business owner that stuff being better more engaged in the in the jobs that they're doing so they've got to spend less money on recruiting because essentially they've got staff that want to do the jobs that they're there to do and you know they're not doing. All of the minority of things makes me think of it and they go description that makes me think about the argument. For outsourcing as a business owner. I'm a small business. They're now outsourcing the drudge work to. va stuff that. i don't wanna do. I outsource we. Va and then. That's kind of like the next step..
"goss" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"Grab a cup and tune in for a fun filled episode welcome listeners to episode number. Oh i've got the wrong spreadsheet. Open joe you'd be very pleased to know finished my course and my how gosh and so. That's the spreadsheet. I'd open so we today at episode number forty eight now. That is incredible and yeah. I'm just realized i've got a few things wrong way. Round in my spreadsheet. I'm just ooh dear. No no no. I'm going to re visit the afterwards. Anyway see epa welcome listeners. Once again to episode number forty eight isn't that spectacular yes it. It's quite incredible. How many don't think when you and i i had this conversation. We thought you know forty eight episodes down the road. Did we know. But i'm very keen to get to fifty two of their slowly. And so that we get to have you know a full gear. And i'd like to carry on about you listeners. If you've got anybody that you would like us to interview or if you'd like to be interviewed yourself do get in touch because we really really really want to keep doing these. And yep i've got a few more people at my sleeve but you know the more the merrier as they say yet so joe. What's been going on in joe's world lately. Joe swelled Ray i have got my booking for my cova jab. Yes that's all good even more exciting. I've got a hairdresser disappointment. A i i am starting to look like a shaggy dog on my kids. Go back to school on monday. William what to do gosh. The excitement of having an empty house is your husband going back to work as well. Well he will still work from home a couple of days a week for the foreseeable future but to be quite honest. He's not quite as difficult as to thirty year. Olds who just yudo. Every so often is just feed me. Feed me feed me and i think like a lot of children. It's time needs to be back with friends. They need to be out on a bus somewhere and they just need to be getting on with their lives. So yeah absolutely well here in israel listeners. We are recording this on the ninth of march and. I'm not quite sure what date it's going to go out. Because if i can help my spreadsheet i think go to This one i think is going out on the nineteenth of april so by the nineteenth of april when this does go out then everything in most places with fair should be back to some semblance of normal shema here is third phase of reopening happened on sunday so now we have most things. So i actually. Yesterday i went shopping shopping mall and i've fought some makeup very exciting stuff that i couldn't do before and so that was quite nice. I food shopping and some other bits and pieces some books to read which was nice and then la unannounced but before that on sunday evening we actually went out for dinner with friends because the restaurants are open. But it's all under the great what they call the green passports games. So the idea is if you've got you both vaccinations here. You're entitled to download a special certificate from the health ministry. You can only download it from the health ministry and it's agreed certificate and it's.
In 'Kid 90' Soleil Moon Frye opens a time capsule about being young and famous in the '90s
"Did everybody here. this thing. That punky bursts doing solar moon. Fry things that are on streaming know. What apparently today on hulu. There's something called kid ninety. It's documentary that she put together so basically it's time capsule for jax cry and so if you're a gen xer that's awesome like did this. And she's like behind the whole thing. Okay but Yeah i'll check it out. Yeah it's on hulu today. I don't know much about it but kidney had me solely moon frye punky brewster. Yeah she did marry a producer like the guy that helps put together punk. Yeah punked sorry so that kind of stuff. It says. When i started the dock it wasn't meant to be all about me. I tried to make it about everybody but me. But you're watching. I guess you see that. She really did kind of know. Who's who of young hollywood at the time like punky brewster. Leonardo dicaprio kevin connolly. Brian austin green mark. Paul goss ler johnny lewis even charlie sheen. She lost her virginity at surely shave. Now here you go at one point. She listens to a voicemail from sweet sounding mark. Wahlberg greg lucky. She remarks that she's nervous to call him back. I don't blame. Geez she was everywhere house. Oh okay you're talking about something else. Mark wal mart and the funky bunch. That's what i'm saying. Is she knew she did.
Facebooks Australian News Blackout
"We're gonna stop me on the side of the world We've news or rather the lack of news on facebook in australia uses. There can no longer cheryl read news articles from australian or international publishers in a row over proposed legislation from the australian government. Alex hold my hand here. What is going on in two thousand eighteen. The australian government regulator lotion inquiry into impact. Face what we're having on competition particularly around advertising and they found that there was imbalance of power between tech firms and the media and they recommended a code of conduct. That was very long complicated. But essentially it meant that they were gonna get share advertising revenue. Or there's going to be some sort of deal struck between those platforms. Giggle went okay and started making deals news. Koa is probably the biggest one and facebook is just pulled all of the australian new sites off its platform as a sort of nuclear option and basically said well. We've done what you asked. What do you want to do now. And it's almost felt like an empty threat when threatened to do it last year. Now it's real ever all they really did mean and that's a surprise you know. Isn't it clearly just abandoning the best. I think the most interesting thing. It's the perfect storm with australia. Because there are big enough country that that it's significant around the world. Everyone's watching to see what comes out of this. But the people in the world understands what precisely and but they're still not in the top twenty countries a facebook users so business of apps article said that australia's population twenty four male. So even if everybody in australia was facebook using adult they would still only reached nineteenth place of most popular facebook countries regardless of the politics. Heavy steve it just isn't good. Pr for facebook is it. And then i must have made the decision that it doesn't matter that is bad. Pr but i mean for one thing but extensively refusing to pay nominal tax you know despite being one of the world's biggest companies and for another thing when the middle of pandemic and that turning off news to an aging demographic who using service. You might want to know where they vaccines are at. I think when the period of time where the hall of this kind of disinformation machinery during the presidential election the criticism of getting rather just pull out completely out of australia doesn't send a good message to uses. All united see news. App is trying to get factually promptly check journalists and now it just smacks The valley it signed by. Maybe perhaps google is by by playing ball a little bit more with the content providers. I think in this convenient this information east of you want facebook to be really kind of suppose could quality journalism given alex is essentially while we're different to google search engines because publishes willingly upload their content to us and so they volunteering the information to us and why should we pay them to provide them with the platform. But it's not really true. I mean don't you have to basically have your content on facebook. I three years ago. You definitely did. i think. Now it's a case of across all publishers. Most of publishers facebook traffic will come from users sharing their stories to their own pages so they won't come from the brand themselves and so the bruns choices to publish that story. But it's not to publish on facebook necessarily. It's the question of whether or not then. Publishers have benefited by having face because platform so so particularly in all the users all the users go to facebook and then they click through for news rather than going to a new site for news which is something that the entire news industry is desperately trying to change. Probably new york times to the front of that bbc and the daily mail been leading on that for a while so the question is should facebook pay when people prefer platform to a news homepage. And that's difficult. All depends on whether or not publishers need. Facebook more than facebook. Needs publishes and i do not know the answer to that question also opposed goes to the heart of the origins of the open web. Doesn't it steve. Because the whole point of the way that the world wide web was built walls you can always linked to something for free. You can refer someone to something for free. That's not the same as publishing. That's how wikipedia works that's how other sites that are the facts about this work. Some applies in the state. Okay off the bolted. But i think we'll be interested to find out if that kind of sliding mole Content makers these big platforms whether that does really benefit that does is it going to increase the goss. Subscriptions by being late to secure gle by having that league that click from facebook. Is it going gonna financially benefit the middle lousy probably fund that journalism but also like who's getting the money and that's the other thing isn't it. Do we say in the case of google. You're saying google play pool. I mean that's true. That was a threat. Basically from being wasn't disable we'll pay in that kind of seemed to them a little bit. But do you say great. Journalism is being properly funded by google. Because they're going to give some money to news corp every time you click the link or do you say oh sorry open web. It was nice while it lasted but actually turns out we promote it was going to get the money anyway. The idea of the open wipe is tricky in anyway because as increasingly more sites are finding out a subscription model is is a way to have more stable income rather than appetizing income. Once it got a discussion there is no right. Answer that both valid but when it comes to how you fund journalism which journalism you decide is worthy of funding is stuff that is well read worthy of funding or is it only meaningful investigations. Take six months and nobody reads. Is that the sort of stuff. You should be funding. And who draws the line and where is that line drawn about what is worthy journalism. And what is just stuff that you found out that you're writing about and both valid like says it takes sports. Journalism is that valid journalism. And should that be funded. Is that less or more worth than a quick story about somebody who's been defrauded. It's a difficult thing about whether you make that judgment. The same as every publications editor is the story. Worthy should be a newsweek story. Is a bbc stories at wherever story. How do you workout. How you fund those things if you're a third party platform but also another reason that it seems that google have stumped up now as an an onion australia but the presumption is this might roll out elsewhere as well obviously is that they're launching. Google news showcase which is a new product isn't it. I think you need to google news app to see in the uk. So i haven't have you and also as a publisher as an editor. Does he really did these. Things really actually make any different. I mean how many links referrals do you get from sites like that and apple news really. I'm going to speak very vaguely about the level of traffic. That person's gusty. I think is the price of talking to say. I would puglia shame. The news traffic is significant across globally. So that it's it's not an insignificant patriot figures when you talk about the level of loyalty brings the branding. That's more difficult question. And there are no clear answers on that but take facebook facebook as you start. It's news initiative so announced the already launched in the us but announces launching in the uk. The next few weeks of that that plans to pay news publishers to be partnered with facebook so that that type of model is beginning already and we know that. Facebook and google provide huge amounts of traffic to publishers across the world. The ones where there're affiliate content and have been around for a while so we know so flipboard poker apple news. Are they actually significant. There's a user. They don't seem to me to be at yes that Flipboard is still flipboard user. Bases shrunk over the recent years because of google's controversial push towards its an platforms above flip boat but they are still all big traffic drivers. And if you're looking full patriots all of those are valid and can drive millions of patriot. Each month i think so once you get into the real multinational website so much sites. It's less of a percentage for this sites that that could be a huge jump in traffic. That could be thirty. Forty percent and on the smaller sites steve. A you mentioned misinformation an arguably. Actually if you've got kind of legit sources adding revenue for placement on sites like google. It away you can be sure about the quality of the journalism but at the same time you end up with a which is why the web existed you end up with that. A two lane highway. Don't you wear the smaller players and never given the prominence of the big players and it's actually harder to combat. Political narrative will propaganda that way than it would be otherwise it yet. I i suppose that's why you need to look a look at these other platforms. That are kind of imagine like capacity people having the different compensations. What you might get some full sensitive information beth. I wonder if that to access journalism days is always going to exist in some full and the people he won't say will find it but that he wants incentivized Look beyond really manny while they were
"goss" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio
"That are really gonna make a difference here. And that's what's important. So i think in the next decade you're gonna see a huge c change in in what we can do to get the water right in south florida is they're always going be enough money there to get all this done. I mean he's like with this governor. There is which is great. No it You know that's to be honest going back over the last twenty years. The recent things haven't been finished his because you you stop and start and stop and start and that's not a way to build a house or reservoir or anything else you need. You need a good funding stream to do it so that that's something that we're very conscious of and we're working our and will we worked very closely with the trump administration. I'm sure will work closely with the biden administration to make sure that we have Money through our congressional delegation. Here in florida and our state legislature has been very good in. Our governor has been great. I just wanted to say one other thing. When i was on the website and people you go on the website. There's a lot of information you you have a lot of transparency with that agency. Everything's you know you can see all the meetings and vote on. One of the things i found interesting is the fifth thing that was on the list. Which is the on elimination program. Yeah that's that's not you know. Part of her original charter is something that we Inherited alone no i. It's something that is out of necessity. We do have to take care of invasive species on our lands we manage a ton of lands we own a ton of land and on that i personally no water-management desert million acres or something that needs management. You can't just have land in florida. Sit there fallow It needs to be managed or run over by Invasive and The pythons one of them. And that's really something that's been a problem. governor took an interest in it and we're working closely with. We started a project. I don't know maybe five six years ago and along with them f. f. Wc and there they were going on one path and we were going on another path and then the governor said hey. Why don't you guys worked together. So we're now coordinated working together and we've got some phenomenally good python hunters so you can get go out in the everglades you can humpty things there you go and you get paid out a couple. Times is fun. So so what do they do. You know how much you get for an eight foot python. I didn't know you get anything for you. Get one hundred and fifty dollars. Oh so cash. Three of them one what what is causing. What did the pythons 'cause that need to. They need to be what. I don't know what they're what you would call an apex predator there the very top. I guess like a shark would be in the ocean and they're just eating everything. Oh is that right..
Capitol Police union in Washington, D.C. presses ahead with no-confidence vote in leadership
"S Capitol Police officers union has scheduled a no confidence vote in the department's leaders, including acting chief Yoga Nonda Pittman. Acting chief Pittman says the January 6th riot at the Capitol in which five people, including a police officer were killed will forever change U. S. Capitol police But the chairman of the U. S. Capitol Police Labor Committee casts doubt on Pitman's ability to fix the department's problems. Union Chairman Goss Pop a thon, A CEO says Congress needs to clean house with the U. S. Capitol Police Department and union members will have their no confidence vote this week in the leadership of acting chief Pittman and other police executives.
Capitol Police union presses ahead with no-confidence vote in leadership
"Police officers union has scheduled a no confidence vote in the department's leaders, including acting chief Yoga, Non Pittman. Acting chief. Pittman says the January 6th riot at the Capitol in which five people, including a police officer were killed will forever change U. S. Capitol police But the chairman of the U. S. Capitol Police Labor Committee casts doubt on Pitman's ability to fix the department's problems. Union Chairman Goss Pop a thon, A CEO says Congress needs to Clean house at the U. S. Capitol Police Department. And Union members will have their no confidence vote this week in the leadership of acting chief Pittman and other police executives,
Nearly 3 million U.S. women have dropped out the labor force
"Not long after Donald Trump arrived at the White House, he disbanded and office that focused on challenges affecting women. President Biden is now resurrecting it. Women's rights groups hope this will help them make progress on things like paid family leave and affordable child care. Here's NPR's Melissa Block. The wish list on Biden's agenda for women is long restoring an expanding reproductive rights, combating gender based violence, reducing maternal mortality, and he's pitched a slew of economic proposals. Major structural disruption requires major structural change. And I feel like thinking big right now is exactly what we need to do. So now is the time That's the co chair of the Biden administration's new gender Policy Council. Jennifer Klein. You know we're seeing because of the health pandemic because of the economic crisis, and, in fact, take care giving crisis that's been layered on top of it. These are core issues core issues, Klein points out that air hitting women hard and especially women of color. Just look at the most recent jobs numbers. In December, women accounted for all 140,000 of the country's net lost jobs. One factor behind that, with so many schools and day care centers closed because of the coronavirus. Many women have had to drop out of the labor force. That's been disastrous, says Joan Williams, director of the Center for Work Life Law at the University of California, Hastings. Mother's already We're at the breaking point in the United States. I mean, we already had a choc your system that was basically a Rube Goldberg machine and the coronavirus brought that machine crashing down. Williams says. What she wants the Biden administration to do is to recognize that Just as we don't expect workers to get to work without physical infrastructure like bridges and roads. We can't expect workers to get to work without a care infrastructure. What would that care Infrastructure look like for Williams? That would mean subsidized neighborhood based child care, paid family leave Universal, pre K and $15 an hour minimum wage, especially during the pandemic. Single moms have had to choose between putting food on the table and leaving young Children home alone. Now. Part of the reason is because the minimum wages so low that there is no way on God's green Earth that those moms can pay for childcare. The paid caregivers are also reeling from the crunch. President Biden highlighted this when he announced his covert 19 relief plan last month. Let's make sure caregivers mostly women, women of color immigrants. Have the same pay indignity that they deserve. Advocates like I Jen poo, director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, are heartened by what they're hearing from Biden. Her group represents workers, including nannies, home care workers and housekeepers, actually focusing on how we're going to make Thies jobs, good jobs for the 21st century. That you can take pride in and earn a living wage with benefits. That is a really big breakthrough. Conservatives, though, are leery of an agenda that carries a hefty price tag and they warn, will lead to crushing government regulations. Charmaine Yost is vice president of the Institute for Family Community and Opportunity at the Heritage Foundation. My biggest concern is that all of the proposals that I'm hearing coming from their side of things inevitably seem to come back to big government intervention in government programs. As for raising the minimum wage in the midst of a pandemic, when many businesses are suffering so badly if there were a time that you could create, that would be the perfect time to not Raise the minimum wage. This would be it with such a slim Democratic majority in Congress. Biden's agenda could have a tough time gaining traction. But Fatima Goss Graves, who heads the National Women's Law Center, is undaunted. Her group has issued an ambitious list of 100 demands for Biden's 1st 100 days. Basically, what we're asking this administration and Congress to do is effectively walk into gum. We need them to both undo things that have been harmful and have been Holding this country back and launch us forward in a way that we're stronger for it, Graves adds. This president doesn't have the luxury of coasting in Melissa Block NPR news
Fatima Goss Graves on Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Legacy on the Supreme Court
"Look Grapes welcome to the podcast. Thank you. I'm glad to be with here. First of all, I want to congratulate you on winning this year is John W Gardner leadership? Award that's that's huge. Thank. You it came as. To tell you that came as a huge surprise to me, and it was kind of beautiful boost at a time where we could use it. So thank you I, appreciate that yeah. We don't get a lot of opportunities to celebrate a good thing so I wanted to mention that. Are you just feeling generally we feel like we've been going from you know one kind of bruising experience to the next every day there's something new and you know most recently we lost I'm justice GINSBURG. So I have to tell you that at some point in time and I don't know when that is I will process how I'm really really doing. But at days I am just geared up to fight. We I. Feel really disappointed that we didn't really get the time and space to truly honor Justice Ginsburg legacy to spend the time and space doing that over a period. But we are also facing a pretty existential threat around our democracy right now, and that's where my attention has to focus. Yeah, I. Remember you know that Friday when she passed in kind of thinking the same thing we were there were these two conversations going on right one about her legacy what that meant for. Women and this country generally and democracy, and what we're going to do about the crisis that you alluded to right I mean the truth is, is that we have to do something in relation to this nomination and this process which isn't really legitimate right so we're kind of morning and finding at the same time, which is really hard. It is hard. You know I like to think of it as in some ways we're fighting for her legacy and in her name you know she. Stood for Justice and equality she dreamed up a legal framework when the law had not yet recognized one and brilliantly advocated and led the Supreme Court to recognize the same. And even as recently as last terms, she really did the work of reminding the court what was important and so when when I think about how we have to galvanize over the next few weeks and how women in particular have to show up. Partly. I think will be doing it in her honor and we'll be doing it as a tribute to her legacy right and I think some of the energy that I felt I felt over the past week is a lot of energy from women kind of similarly to after the two thousand sixteen election and again in the two thousand eighteen during the two thousand eighteen midterms and we had the historic. In Congress, you feel the same thing like women are kind of energized to do something this election cycle you feel that again I do. I do and I almost wonder if people aren't syncing it in the way that I'm sensing an I am constantly getting calls in tax from women I know well and women I don't know very well asking what can I do on that to me is a sign that people are you know they have that they're not in their stomach and a feeling like they? Need to come out, come out around this election come out around the Supreme Court and so I I, wonder if everyone is considering bad in understanding and predictions about what's going to happen this fall one of the things I wanted to talk about was what her legacy means to you. Personally what it means to a lot of lot of women especially in the legal field and some of her most pivotal cases I was thinking through those do you have any that stick out to you as being I guess More pivotal or he'll be more impactful for women generally. Yeah. I mean she is obviously just a giant giant in women's rights giant in the legal field generally and. Did. That work at a time when it was unusual for women to even be lawyers at all
Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg's life and legacy as she lies in repose
"And tomorrow at the U. S. Supreme Court building. On Friday she will lie in state at the U. S. Capitol. She's the first woman ever to be given this honor all this week. We've been looking back at the life and legacy of Justice Ginsburg and we'll continue that today in 1993. When President Bill Clinton nominated Justice Ginsburg to the Supreme Court, he referred to her as quote the Thurgood Marshall of Gender Equality Law. Begins work herself sometimes pushed back on the comparison to Marshall and his trail blazing civil rights work. I'll take this opportunity to say I don't like the comparison of me. Deserving Marshall because my life was never in danger. His wass he went to his southern town in the morning. I couldn't be sure he'd be alive at the end of the day. I never had that. Kind of threat. That was Justice Ginsburg, speaking in 2018. While much of Ginsberg's legal work indicated clear understandings of racial discrimination, some critics have called out some of her more personal shortcomings when it came to race, for example, Like most of her male colleagues on the bench, she hired few law clerks who were black or people of color. Joining me now is Fatima Goss Graves, president of the National Women's Law, Center. Fatima, Thanks for being with me. Glad to be with you. So how did racial equality factor into some of justice Ginsburg's early legal work? One of the things that I think few people know is when she was at the two women's rights project. She out actually filed a really important Grief in the court in a case involving whether or not there should be the death penalty for rape. And she really used that case and that breathe Toa High light. Both the race tropes around sexual violence for black men. And also the way in which notions of purity that have been attached to white women that they actually are harmful to white women into everyone. And so you know, one of the things that I think may seem more quiet and subtle about her work is that she got really clearly the idea that we were all harmed by discrimination. We were all harm by Whatever form it took, whether is racism, sexism, disability discrimination that that is a through line throughout her work. In yesterday on this show. We've been
"goss" Discussed on PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment
"Yeah, and also everybody fully follow Johnny hats on on Instagram is such such a wonderful guy, and he's been my friend for many years is interviewed Countless Times meant and many these. Yeah. We we got to know each other a lot on twitter to remember those days of. Uh Plastic I of lead on. Twitter. It's Gosse Time Gus Gus tastic. Thanks. Analogies and you'll. Catch `ISMs, I remember the news conference. He did at the at the Roman. Plaza Zone. Unit. You announced the the show at the at the Cleopatra's barge. On this? Yeah. Yeah, and I was sitting in the front row in the dirty virgins were out their plan and and you stopped and you pointed me so I know you through your tweets. It'd be out with right up front a turnaround like, okay. Guilty everybody or twitter was such A. How? How you doing during sounds. By definition again, what you do is you cover entertainment and you'll now needed To cover entertainment so well and thoroughly and Yeah, I. Thank you and. I am what I've been saying is that the entertainment is different performances are down but performers exist you know? And so you know we might not have the Matt Goss show going on right now as we know it. But Mac God's still around and still needs to be accounted for. That's my thing right now and I tell you. I have more work right now than I know what to do with I can't even explain how that is, but there's more more things going on out there and I've only missed the accounted him up the three days this year of the column in print and to those days I was driving back and forth, Idaho to see my family and I couldn't ride the other day was mother's Day, and my mom wouldn't let me write mother's Day. So I was in Idaho. It physically prevented me for the fair. Yeah. She's still as grounding rights. I didn't know this. Brilliant grounding right some quirk in the in the contract. But that's it. Yeah. I love what I do. Though UNILAT- I know no matter what to do. and. It's also some people. The. Saints in the you are you are. The person. You are say that you live, you don't just not just the it's not an act I. Am that personal station, you all the person. Yeah. People see I think trying to be the same everywhere needs. Yeah. Like that. But I think there's an oath oath insists the about the paradise that we like. Like when you're singing, you can't pretend like you know the lyrics you have to know. You know what I mean whether it's your song or somebody and other. If I'm wearing a suit, it will be a wet dinner they holding. Yeah. Yeah. I. I just felt that there's no costumes with us. I, get it now only on Halloween. Right MG. Well, I will continue this conversation with you over the foreseeable future. You being back on stage and doing great things artistically doing great things and conversation wherever you do it and I'll be here every step of the way you know that. Thank you brother and I just want to say as well. First of all, thank you to my brother, and it's good to actually create a friendship within work and also to this lovely town Las Vegas Thank you for taking me under your wing and just the, let's go to bed every night. Peaceful with peace in our hearts and nine tomorrow, we will be a better day. Well. Set. It to music. Thanks once more to Matt, Gosford joining us this week on podcasts. We'll be back next Monday and every Monday. So be sure to subscribe to the show on Apple podcasts spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. What is happening in the column? You might be asking yourselves well, read about Joe and Jessica Trammell. Odyssey..
"goss" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"An apartment and So for me. If I need to go, do something for the day I'll take my bike now I'm trying to find ways to stay physically active and give my mind space debris because. You know I spent the. Past Week on twitter watching. Some of the most horrific things that I've ever seen and And I think that's I. think that's those are important things to watch because we need to know. The great thing about seeing this happening at this point in in in our in our lifetimes that we have the technology to be able to see all sides of it. There's no longer people saying. You know. They're the this police officer was was a used excessive force. We all watched a man die because of police officer neal on his neck for nine minutes. That's not a question anymore so so I do feel like it makes was making me really inform, but I also think that it can be. Completely an early consuming, and so I'm trying to find ways in which I keep my body active and and give my mind so space degrees. I think you know when you're out in nature when you're exercising part of it. Is You WANNA limit your time on social media I mean at this point. Social Media is social engineering, and we want to base the way we see the world. On people and not what a computer program decides we get to see. True, so you know, pick up the phone call. Somebody talked reach out to one person that you haven't normally talk to today and offer just to be an ally offer to be a friend whoever that person may be yeah, we can be an ally for other. I love that. And we love you also always. Has the answers. Well. Yes. The answer is not always the right answers, but you know he has a good heart and She had such a lovely. What did she say? Mantra for all of us to that, too? I mean well I am a good person I am wanted I am loved Oh. That's nice. That is nice. and. You are and you, our listeners. You are good people. You mean well, and you're wanted and your loved, and we appreciate your participation listening to the show. We are on social media everywhere, but not today. But you can follow us on at the fun Tom Goss Music Right. Yeah, that's right. Tom Gosh Music and. And in terms of. Tom You live. Currently in Los, Angeles California right, yeah. And Mark. Would you like to remind listeners of anything? We can't do.
"goss" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"I want white people to be like Oh, you know it's time for a to listen and I'm like. Yes, listening very important doing nothing is is self. CARE is great important, but at the same time. Don't you know you have white privilege that is that is a tool that you can use to make the world a better place by opening up awareness, and it's like and don't don't just throw. US That for good? Yeah, for sure sure. Sure and and and Tom, I just have to say you know of all the musicians that we've had on the show, and all the wonderful people we've. Shared time with here. We value your. Your ability to be a force of good in this world for Youtube advocate for us to think about large bodies differently. For you to try to bring in some healing and wisdom into people who come from communities of faith. You know that's that's a real space of e, because we've been betrayed so deeply by the Catholic Church by these Christian organizations by these. megachurches in the United States. For a lot of lgbtq people there, even even in the rhetoric that we're hearing now. People are still having a hard time. Navigating that. They're all like Oh. What you need is Jesus and I'm just like you know the people who spoke trump standing in front of a church after he like basically bull out doused people out of that shirt to take a photo op. That is where we we are in this situation right now I'm surprised that Bible didn't burst into flames in his hands. Say He's like people are photo shopping. Photos of trump holding all kinds of shit. On, the internet which dolls Cromwell Con, all sorts of books you initially wanted to meet a photoshop chrome con, but I looked at like I. Don't know if people will be able to tell what he's holding. You know be able to tell, but too late now we still do it. You don't want me to do it if you want. To do. It's a pride present for your. Self caring. How you? What are you going to be doing like? Cultivate a sense of oneness, inhaling and optimism. Good question I'm not super good itself care to be honest with you I'm been really trying to to be more focused on it. You know I'm trying to still work out most days, which is just in my room. That I'm sitting right now. Everything muscle in my life happens in this one room. I've been going for walks. Both were with my husband, and on my own and taking pictures of flowers. That are pretty I. Like that Been Riding my bike Allah mostly. You know for me. It's about I. I lived such an active mobile life. And, now I'm in my house. I'm an inner city, so I was an apartment you, it's not a super small apartment, but it's still an apartment and So for me. If I need to go, do something for the day I'll take my bike now. I'm trying to find ways to stay physically active and give my mind space debris because. You know. I spent the. Past Week on twitter watching. Some of the most horrific things that I've ever seen and And I think that's I think that's those are important things to watch because we need to know. The great thing about seeing this happening at this point in in in our in our lifetimes that we have the technology to be able to see all sides of it. There's no longer people saying. You know. They're the this police officer was was a used excessive force. We all watched a man die because of police officer neal on his neck for nine minutes. that's not a question anymore so so I do feel like it makes was making me really inform but I also think that it can be. Completely an early consuming, and so I'm trying to find ways in which I. Keep my body active, and and give my mind so space degrees. I think you know when you're out in nature when you're exercising. Part of it! Is You WANNA limit your time on social media I mean at this point. Social Media is social engineering, and we want to base the way we see the world. On people and not what a computer program decides, we get to see. True, so you know. Pick up the phone call. Somebody talked reach out to one person that you haven't normally talk to today and offer just to be an ally offer to be a friend whoever that person may be yeah, we can be an ally for other. I love that. And we love you also always. Has the answers. Well. Yes, the answer is not always the right answers, but you know he has a good heart and She had such a lovely. What did she say? Mantra for all of us to that, too? I mean well I. Am a good person I. AM wanted I am loved Oh. That's nice. That is nice. And, you are and you, our listeners. You are good people. You mean well, and you're wanted and your loved, and we appreciate your participation listening to the show. We are on social media everywhere, but not today. But you can follow us on at the fun. Tom Goss music right. Yeah, that's right Tom Gosh music and And in terms of. Tom You live. Currently in Los Angeles California right yeah. And Mark would you like to remind listeners of anything? We can't do.
"goss" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"I want white people to be like Oh you know it's time for a to listen and I'm like yes, listening very important doing nothing is is self. CARE is great important, but at the same time. Don't you know you have white privilege that is that is a tool that you can use to make the world a better place by opening up awareness, and it's like and don't don't just throw. US that for good yeah, for sure sure, sure and and and Tom I, just have to say you know of all the musicians that we've had on the show, and all the wonderful people we've. Shared time with here, we value your. Your ability to be a force of good in this world for Youtube advocate for us to think about large bodies differently. For you to try to bring some healing and wisdom into people who come from communities of faith. You know that's that's a Dakhil space of because we've been betrayed so deeply by the Catholic Church by these Christian organizations by these. megachurches in the United States and for a lot of lgbtq people there even even in the rhetoric that we're hearing now. People are still having a hard time. Navigating that. They're all like Oh. What you need is Jesus and I'm just like you know the people who spoke trump standing in front of a church after he like basically bull out doused people out of that shirt to take a photo op. That is where we we are in this situation right now I'm surprised that Bible didn't burst into flames in his hands. Say He's like people are photo shopping. Photos of trump holding all kinds of shit. On the Internet, which allies dolls Cromwell con, all sorts of books you initially wanted to meet a photoshop chrome con, but I looked at in house like I. Don't know if people will be able to tell what he's holding. You know be able to tell, but too late now we still do it. You. Don't want me to do it if you want. To Do, it's a pride present for your. Self caring how you? What are you going to be doing like? Cultivate a sense of oneness, inhaling and optimism. Question I'm not super good itself care to be honest with you I'm been really trying to to be more focused on it. You know I'm trying to spill. Work out most days, which is just in my room. That I'm sitting right now. Everything muscle in my life happens in this one room. I've been going for walks. Both were with my husband, and on my own and taking pictures of flowers. That are pretty I like that Been Riding my bike Allah mostly you know for me. It's about I. I lived such an active mobile life. And now I'm in my house. I'm an inner city so I was an apartment you. It's not a super small apartment, but it's still an apartment and So for me. If I need to go, do something for the day I'll take my bike now I'm trying to find ways to stay physically active and give my. Space debris because. You know I spent the. Past Week on twitter watching. Some of the most horrific things that I've ever seen and And I think that's I think that's those are important things to watch because we need to know. The great thing about seeing this happening at this point in in in our in our lifetimes that we have the technology to be able to see all sides of it. There's no longer people saying. You know! They're the this police officer was was a used excessive force. We all watched a man die because of police officer neal on his next for nine minutes. that's not a question anymore, so so I do feel like it makes was making me really inform, but I also think that it can be. Completely an early consuming, and so I'm trying to find ways in which I keep my body active, and and give my mind so space degrees. I think you know when you're out in nature when you're exercising. Part of it is you. WanNa limit your time on social media I. Mean at this point. Social Media is social engineering, and we want to base the way we see the world. On people and not what a computer program decides we get to see. True so you know, pick up the phone call. Somebody talked reach out to one person that you haven't normally talk to today and offer just to be an ally offer to be a friend whoever that person may be yeah, we can be an ally for other. I love that. And! We love you also always. Has the answers. Well. Yes, the answer is not always the right answers, but you know he has a good heart and She had such a lovely. What did she say? Mantra for all of us to that, too? I mean well. I am a good person. I am wanted I. AM loved Oh. That's nice. That is nice. And you are and you, our listeners, you are good people. You mean well, and you're wanted and your loved, and we appreciate your participation listening to the show. We are on social media everywhere, but not today. But you can follow us on at the fun. Tom Goss music right. Yeah, that's right. Tom Gosh Music and And in terms of Tom You live. Currently in Los Angeles California, right yeah. And Mark. Would you like to remind listeners of anything? We can't do.
"goss" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"Our podcast with Tom Goss was recorded in early June. Then all hell broke loose, and we had some technical difficulties, but thankfully we managed to get them fixed, and now please enjoy our feature presentation before we begin. Let's listen to Tom. Gaza's new single nerdy bear..
"goss" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"Our podcast with Tom Goss was recorded in early June then all hell broke loose, and we had some technical difficulties, but thankfully we managed to get them fixed, and now please enjoy our feature presentation before we begin. Let's listen to Tom Gaza's new single nerdy bear..
"goss" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"Our podcast with Tom Goss was recorded in early June. Then all hell broke loose, and we had some technical difficulties, but thankfully we managed to get them fixed, and now please enjoy our feature presentation before we begin. Let's listen to Tom Gaza's new single nerdy bear..
"goss" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"Our podcast with Tom Goss was recorded in early. June then all hell broke loose, and we had some technical difficulties, but thankfully we managed to get them fixed, and now please enjoy our feature presentation before we begin. Let's listen to Tom Gaza's new single nerdy bear..
Fatima Gross Graves, CEO & President of the National Women's Law Center
"I'm Jim Taylor skinner and this is the electorate on this episode. I have a conversation with Fatima. Goss graves the president and CEO of the national. Women's law center. She joins to discuss the coronavirus outbreak, and how the pandemic will uniquely affect women women who are of course on the frontlines as essential workers. We also discuss the childcare crisis, and we talk about a recent report published by the National Women's Law Center I'm the investment needed to adequately fund the country's childcare knees? So here's my conversation with Pajama. Gos- graves. Screens welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you. So we are about. Three months. I think into pandemic now. That sounds surreal to say. But you know. The economic fallout has been really swift. It's been head-spinning. There have been millions of people out of work. You know overnight. But we're just starting to parse through which groups specifically will be the hardest economically when I was specifically talk about women. Can you give me a quick summary of what the picture looks like for women right now economically. Crisis like the line we are in is gonNA always reveal inequalities that exist before one of the things that we know is bad about one in three women who are working are considered essential worker is in. That's in part because women are disproportionately in the healthcare system, both as nurses doctors in also in nursing homes sped. It is also because women work in retail and in manufacturing jobs like at Amazon, so they are disproportionately. Cashier is in big stores that have stayed open in on the front lines. You'll see them on the street doing things like delivering nail, and and so as a result, it's about one in three of women who are working right now are are right now front line. In working without hazard, pay working without protective equipment to ensure that they can work with safety and at the same time when we look at who lost their jobs quickly that women disproportionately have lost their jobs over the last two months in. That's especially to black and Brown women. And part of the reason that is again is job segregation. It's where women worked. So women make up a disproportionate number of people who work in restaurants that had to close in close quickly proportionate number of people who work as. Housekeepers in hotels who who work in small retail who work as domestic workers in and we're talking about jobs where people aren't working in sitting on a huge safety net to begin with these are all jobs that were already in the lowest paid fields. and. Were women were working in many many states just for seven twenty five an hour, trying to scrape by enough. So wait, you have. Is that about forty percent of the people who were working in those jobs about forty percent women who were working in those fields were already basically working fulltime making poverty wages. For the ten domecq incident you if you're picturing frontline workers. If you're lucky, enough and I'm probably have lucky in quotes. You can't see me on a podcast to work. And deep in sharp unemployment at the same time, women are more likely to be caregivers, and Co or sole breadwinners, and we're in a time where that care crisis that we have right now around people who have either been forced to work in this period outside the home or who have been working from home, but also parenting in home. Schooling is largely being ignored. As states race to reopen without a plan, a big part of the problem with having no plan as you haven't figured out. What are people going to do about having to go back to work without schools without summer camps without child-care? Exactly, that's a huge piece because when you look at the stories about people who are rushing to get out in these states that have open or starting to open early. Early you know what are the pictures of their of people who are sitting in restaurants and bars, and who are the people were on the front lines serving them primarily women and those women have children at home in their responsible for child care, and they don't. They don't have the childcare safety net there to help them. I was GONNA. Say I can tell you we're going to say on the. Interstate period, but Came in I, don't care and safety net. Yeah but one of the numbers you mentioned. It's one third of the essential workers are women right now? The positions that have been deemed to be essential one those are women well. It's one in three women who work are essential workers who it's in the in in some ways, it's an even larger percentage, so it's not that women are spread in so many many different occupations, one third of them are actually frontline workers right now. I think we have this image in her head that there's some tiny percentage of people who are out there on the front lines and. Everyone else is not for women. That's very much. Not The case may are on the frontlines right now in really large proportions, and those are just the ones that were talking about who are working frontline out there right now. We're not even talking about the many people who are also working from home. Everyone struggling with care crisis
Atlanta - 3rd Arrest Made In Arbery Case
"So a third arrest in the case of February's deadly shooting of an unarmed man whose family says he was just out for a jog in Glynn county report justice William Roddy Brian is charged with felony murder and criminal attempt to commit false imprisonment he's the one who started recording video right before Gregory and Travis McMichael successfully stopped Ahmad Arbury with their truck in the confrontation that left a twenty five year old dead the older McMichael told police that day that Brian was helping them corner armory but Brian's lawyer disputes that he was on armed at the time of the shooting and he was not in communication with Gregory Travis and Michael or anyone else during that time frame Kevin Goss says Brian is a witness not a
Weinstein case could influence other sex crime prosecutions
"Are talking this hour about the verdict handed down yesterday in the case against Harvey Weinstein. And what if any work remains to be done in the metoo movement and whether or not yesterday's verdict was a watershed moment in the metoo movement? I'm joined by a team. Goss graves. She's president and CEO of the National Women's Law Center and co-founder of Times Up Legal Defense Fund and joining us. Now from New York is Jodi Kantor. Jody along with her colleague. Megan twohey both from the New York. Times they are Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporters who first broke the story about Harvey Weinstein and his sexual harassment behavior to say the least Jodie and Megan are co authors of the two thousand eighteen book. She said breaking the sexual harassment story. That helped ignite a movement. Jodi Kantor welcome to on point. Glad to be with you so first of all I. Have you been in touch with many of the women who even speaking to over the years in the in the wake of the Weinstein verdict yesterday and if so what have they told you I had? I actually delivered the news. Tash Lee Judd. Yesterday I called her Emmy told her. I just really a few minutes after the guilty verdict. What had happened and she took a second and he just said this is the way it's supposed to be. This is the way it's supposed to be. And then what did? What did she mean by that? What more does she tell you? I think what team anticipated. Harvey Weinstein signature is lack of accountability. This is a man who manipulated people. Who PRESSURED THEM TO SIGN? Nondisclosure AGREEMENTS PAID PEOPLE OFF Often intimidated and threatened people according to numerous sources and former employees and the idea that he is finally facing accountability. I think meant a tremendous amount to different people. Some people felt closer people. Some people felt Satisfaction. But I think when you look at the power of me too. It's really accountability. That's driven the whole thing. The idea that there are consequences for this kind of behavior is what caused other people to come forward in the first place. Jodi you've been following this story for so long now. I wonder what you make. Of the fact that he was found guilty on those on those two counts against him but but not but not all of them. What's what is the the the implications of that. It was a mixed verdict. Which I think is actually pretty symbolic of me to that. It is very hard to resolve these issues in society and remember that the jury was charged with interpreting a lot of complicated questions about consent. This was by no means You know a sort of Straightforward set of allegations. And so. I think I think we as the Society of the lot of these jurors we ask them to go into a room and resolve things that the rest of us have not really worked out And the U. and Megan wrote a story just yesterday for the Times Following the the the verdict. And it you point out your remind us of the two thousand eighteen verdict against bill cosby the Cosby and the Weinstein verdicts taken together. Do you think that we're we're seeing a change in terms of as you're making put it end of story people's acceptance of the quote messy -ness of these kinds of cases and what it takes to prove? What happened in a court of law? That's the question I mean either. To very high profile cases but especially in the Weinstein trial part of the significance of the verdict comes from the fact that this was a really long shot case in a lot of ways. It was risky for the prosecutors. Some fellow prosecutors didn't even think the New York Attorney New York. Da was right to miss soured And so then the fact that they won this victory means that they may have done something to shift andries of sex crimes prosecutions and whose stories get hurt annoy only heavy for another minute or two more. Jodi because I imagine you're still very busy but there is no problem. I just WanNa ask you one last question. I mean as I'm just wondering if I could ask you to step just a hair outside your role as a as a reporter for a moment and just reflect with me on what this moment meant to you and to Megan in terms of all the work that you put in to do the investigations that drove this issue into the public mind. What does the verdict mean to you? Well thank you for asking. That mean when I would say is that the meaning of this work was clear to me from within the very first phone calls to the very first braves women who told us their stories and we did this work without knowing what we would find what we are others would uncover. What the extent of the allegations are now we can see crimes would turn out to be and we hit the way. Yeah whether Weinstein would be prosecuted or not and and and what would result from that prosecution? You do the story just to find the truth. Knowing the journalism may be the only form of count ability that he faces or knowing that it could lead to something more we'll Jodi cantor is the Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporter for The New York Times Co author with Megan. Twohey of she said breaking the sexual harassment story. That helped ignite a movement. Jodi thank you very much. Thank you take care.
The Climb: Auburn Athletic Director Allen Greene
"We walk me back to reach the final hour of the program and shout out to our crew here. Uh in the last thirty minutes we have gone from being outside inside outside and inside again all all because it is summertime. No it's actually the fall but it feels like the summertime here in Auburn Alabama. Let me also welcome the Director of Athletes Alan Greenspan Alan considering. You're wearing snazzy so you're probably lucky to be inside outside one hundred degrees all day and I think I'm just going to throw all my calls away on the way home. I'm glad you've worked your weather magic. Yes nice being inside. It's great to have you in when you were introduced. not that long ago as as AH Athletic Director it was a significant moment historically and sometimes people look the other way when when we talk about the first this for the first step but I think it's also worth talking about Allen because we're what fifty the fiftieth anniversary of the integration integration of of integration in this thing and so many significant moments and there was this series that we have on Tuesday and a lot of attention has been paid to that glad that we've talked to Congress hallway other day was the first black quarterback in the SEC and he talked about the struggles even thinking about going to one school but he said coach Bryan told them Alabama may not be ready for that. These sound foreign to young people who don't know a world like that but it is. It's important to remember. It is thank you bring that up Paul. It's not lost upon me. I'm the first Black Catholic director Albany has ever had and although I see myself as just another aid like my colleagues I do have to at least understand that my skin's a little bit darker. I got a little more of a Tan than everybody else but we are celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of integration in Auburn Athletics Alexander. I'm really truly humbled to be at Auburn at this time to be able to help celebrate this milestone and so all we can we're going to celebrate the integration and it just speaks volumes in my opinion of Auburn family and gives us a chance to just celebrate something. That's really important as we move forward in our country. Particularly I remember that time. You're too young and it was difficult because coach. I said something a minute ago. You said it was politically they difficult but for him growing up on a farm. It was not difficult at all but I'm I'm interested Allen in you. Have Young children seven seven seven year old senator in you have another one to have a twelve year old son Sammy and for for for Sammy Seneca what what does this mean to them because I don't remember well about one more who's fourteen and she's a freshman. Her name is Ryan and we try to help. Educate our kids about the differences the struggles that people of color have had throughout our country and it's not just people of color but those who are in the minority of those who have had a difficult time in navigating society diety across across the world and so we it's important that they understand that will drive through Birmingham or Montgomery there's a history their job to sell them for the summer for the first time in drove over Edmund Pettus first time a couple of weeks ago and the people that were gracious incredibly emotional for me and those are just things that we have to consider remember I'm from Seattle Washington so getting in and having that experience experienced down southbound. I watched it on TV and I watched it on the Internet and so but being here at Auburn his has helped me understand the real true through hearts of people in the south and we couldn't be we couldn't be happier to be here. I remember early in my career. I became very close. Translate with Tom. Ghassem who was one of the first to to be down here and he told me the stories of some of his friends one. I think it was a trailblazer basketball that had a tough time right and it was such an education and it still is it is it is but but I again like I gotTa tell people the I've told this to our fan base Auburn family has embraced Christie myself in our kids so much more when I ever thought and it's a it's a great community to be in. We are thriving. Everyone asks all the time. How you and your family doing work great. We love it here. In the family's van been very very welcome and embrace us with open arms and things seem to be going pretty well. You can just go right down the list of Sports Baseball Paul last summer basketball on and obviously things are looking up. I I realize good so it's funny. Someone told me Stat last year we were only the fourth school in Division. One history to winnable game goes to the final four college world series and one year and I said the fourth this year and they said no the fourth the fourth ever so we had a tremendous season last year. We had a national champion. Gymnastics are women's golf team went to the final four for we've. We've had a lot of success to build on and we certainly got enough to a hot start in football this year and we're really excited about that and robs. You really excited about what the future has force the rest of this fall since our really hot button questions ask you about personnel. I do want to ask you about the student athletes of today so much going on especially with the legislation in California mark talking about that today and and you know you because you talk to athletes every single day you go to practices you. Keep up with it. What do you hear from young people about where their sports are going yeah. It's it's interesting Paul. A lot of the concern for our student athletes is mental health in time demands. Those things haven't changed. I think we're we're a little bit of a different world now where student athletes and I guess millennials so to speak haven't really had to deal with coping right and and having to figure the things on their own and so we see that and you see that in our student athletes are member about five years ago. I didn't believe that there was actually mental illness. Why can't the kids just toughened up like we and we just battled getaway but it's a different environment and so we do all that we can try to to wrap our arms around our student athletes help give give them the skills necessary to be able to to cope and go through adversity and then also certainly from a time perspective helping them understand that in order to have a great student athlete experience they have to be more than just athletes they have to be students have to engage in our campus life and try to do something that's going to push them out of their comfort zone and just get to get to experience all that their universities have to offer. I was struck. I'll tell you I had the opportunity to speak to a journalism. I was in class and I've done this before and sometimes I walked away going. I'm not really sure about today's students. Today I walked away blown away by by everything about the young people in terms of their knowledge their awareness and I just I I I'm I'm really just so thrilled in the opportunity because I sometimes we don't give enough credit and and and I'm particularly interested in the coping part. I know this sounds a little heavy for a sports show. Why do you think having played intercollegiate athletics a couple years ago a couple of why why. Why do you think it is it? Is it different than it was when I don't know that things are any well yes. It's different social media media. We didn't have email back then. I'm dating myself but so social media's out. There are students in our young people in society ninety. Today in my opinion are a lot more a lot smarter right. They have so much more information but Tom Goss said this during lunch today just because they have all the information on their phones doesn't mean they have all the answers and I think it's our responsibility as adults to help them find those answers when they have when they have some sort of a struggle Ogle to help make the decision for them but to help guide them so that they can make the most appropriate decisions and allow in this tough for us because we're in such a competitive environment armant but people need to be allowed to fail and sometimes it happens on the field of play when you don't want to but we are so interested in preventing our young people from failing because we don't want to hurt them. They're actually probably do a little bit of a disservice so trying to find those environments where they can fail or they can learn. They can grow that will help also make them better people. That's that's what we're trying to do. What I sit here and listen to this you sit in these ivory tower positions TMZ which sometimes we we are in the director and say well he he'd better view this or that because the program is not being competitive you often forget. There is a a huge underbelly of all of this so what no there's no answer to these issues but How do you work on a daily consistent basis to deal with them? You've got really deep Paul one of the things I think what our coaches do. A great job of is really getting to know our student athletes elites and getting to know them as people whether it's doing ropes courses or just having them over their house for dinner really understanding where they came from what what makes them tick what makes them what do they respond to and then more importantly. Paul I think is the coaches understanding how they coach. One of Bar Coaches Mickey Dean our softball coach was talking to us as head coaches and said he takes the test so he knows how he coaches and he also takes has as their student athletes take tests and he realizes that there's sometimes when personalities don't match up and if the student athlete doesn't either move toward the coach or the coach doesn't doesn't more to move toward the student athlete kind of there's not much of twenty four success there so I think having some self awareness really really important and those types of things that we talk talk about as as head coaches and as administrators finally what you engine to lunch what what else is on on the schedule for the for the weekend. It's been a long one. Campus is a buzz right now funny enough. I actually saw some people. They weren't tailgating yet but they were setting up. It's an o'clock this this morning to get ready to set up for their tailgate. They said they were sitting in sweating this morning but we've got a ton of dedications a couple of dedications today. We dedicated eight at our barn today which was fantastic event. WE'VE got a couple of events this this evening to honor and celebrate the fiftieth anniversary surreal integration. We're going to have a little soiree at our house this evening with some special guests are gonna come over and then we meet with recruits all day tomorrow some more more celebrations and
Naomi Osaka defeats Coco Gauff in 2 sets at U.S. Open
"Bass will fifteen year old coco Goss U. S. open run has come to an end the American teenager fell in straight sets against defending champ and top seed Naomi Osaka god became the youngest women to win two matches at flushing meadows since nineteen ninety six he pounded serves up to a hundred nineteen miles an hour but also double faulted seven times the emotional teen with our Mary Joe Fernandez tell me that in amazing in the log and she asked if I could do on court interview with her and I said no because I know it's gonna cry the whole time but she encouraged me to do it this is the first US open in the main draw what is the experience in life and tonight playing against one of the very best in the world number one Naomi I mean it was amazing I mean she's been amazing and I'm gonna learn a lot from this mass and she's been so sweet to me so thank you for this you still with me Natalie every time you guys let you win how much you looking forward to that tomorrow I'm super excited tomorrow and like I love playing doubles I love playing with Katie and I hope that we can do well in that and once again thank you nine oh man I don't want people to think I'm trying to take this moment away from her because she really deserves it so thank you what a great run and what a great future that teenager has the two time major Champassak I had a twenty four eight edge in winners finish the match in just sixty
Explainer 174: Who wants to climb Uluru?
"If there is a thing to be climbed some people will want to climate as George Mallory said of Mount Everest because it's there it's pretty much the human condition and it is not altogether yeah the discreditable U._S.. President John F. Kennedy was correct in his famous Rice University speech nine hundred sixty two to cite malary's existential quip as an articulation of the impulse which fifty years ago this week marched Apollo eleven towards the mood we choose to go to the Moan and this decay and do the other things not because they are easy but because they are none of which means however there is never a case for discretion indeed mallory himself might have wished takes a sized more of it shortly before perishing on Everest's upper slopes in nineteen twenty four in Australia. Such choices are about to be removed from visitors to Ullah Rue the mighty scarlet sandstone lump that sits at Australia's earliest heart climbing larue is to be banned before now climbing larue has been mealy disapproved of the rock is sacred to its traditional landowners the non Ngu people of Australia's. Northern Territory signs at Larue and page on the website of the Laura Carta Tutor National Park have patiently explained why the unknown Goo would prefer that visitors admire the rock from a distance. This is sacred site so they ask us it is not merely Larousse spiritual significance in and of itself that climates trampling-upon as the anger see it. It's a burden upon them when misfortune befalls visited to their land and such events are not uncommon to climb uluru is to ascend something three hundred forty eight meters toll in daytime temperatures often exceeding forty degrees Celsius at least thirty seven people have died on larue hundreds hundreds have been injured all of which is to say nothing of the erosion of the rock by millions of boot souls and the damage done to the surrounding environment by the dropping of rubbish and the inevitable consequences of the lack of plumbing generally associated associated with prehistoric monoliths. Most visitors have taken the hint much as courteous travelers cover the heads before approaching the western ball in Jerusalem and dress with appropriate modesty for other places of worship. The lucado Juta National Park authorities had long said they'd pull the plug entirely when the proportion of visitors who climbed dropped below twenty percent by one recent count fewer than fifteen percent of visitors to hula route. Were climbing it case. You would think closed except that certain sections of Australian public life increasingly displayed depressing tendencies towards the American habit of turning running every damn thing into a melodramatic new front in the culture war a conflict waged in Australia as in the U._S.. More or less exclusively in the imaginations of a few noisy and tedious crackpots and Yahoos onto this battlefield has stepped inevitably federal senator and indefatigable nitwits Pauline Hanson. I can't say the cultural sensitivity when people have been climbing the rock always use now I just doc. I don't get it in Senator Hanson's decades in politics. She has never seen stick. She was unable to grasp the wrong end of and her claim that closing Oulu Ruta climates is akin to closing Bondi beach. Two swimmers is an exercise in missing using the point formidable even by her rarefied standards Hanson's argument only merits consideration at all to the extent did it will as she is. Well aware turn a non issue into an issue which is the only thing thinks she's ever been good at one of Hanson's fellow Senators Mall Andy McCarthy a young woman from Baramula in the Northern Territory has sportingly offered to take Hanson to Larue and explain its significance but she should spare herself the company. In the trip we need to have constructive debate in this country very well informed bite and unto Senator Hanson gets the information in particular from the people these <hes> in the information that she's providing across crossed the country's nothing short of scanning really Hansson like populist rabble-rousers and their roused rebels elsewhere has no interest in being persuaded or indeed in persuading it's all about the drama and the noise and the rage of all the things in this world and in this life that one could choose to get round up about it is the custodians of natural wonder and national treasure taking action to protect it as he's there right and ending deed their responsibility. Nobody will be prevented from observing larue and marveling at it. Everybody will however be enjoined to respect it. boola ru will close to climates on October twenty six thirty four years to the day after it was returned to its traditional owners who endured along with dispossession and boorish climates more than a century of this sacred site being called as rock as it was dubbed in Nineteen seventy-three by the survey William Goss who named after meet of his depressingly a surge has been reported visitors to Larue apparently anxious to do what is mealy. Ill mannered before it becomes actually illegal. It would obviously be terrible.
Wimbledon 2019: Cori Gauff produces brilliant comeback win to reach fourth round as 15-year-old takes SW19 by storm
"The best sporting event the weekend which is not the women's world cup but it was a fifteen year old cocoa goss comeback win in the third round a of wimbledon on saturday to advance to the fourth round i think she becomes the youngest player to advance that far since capriati did it i think and she's playing right now in wimbledon fourth round against halep in alabama favored to to to enter run there but she was down a set in five to win multiple match points in came back and she's gonna be quite the player in quite you talk about going from no name to superstar in the matter in a matter of less than a week 'em you don't have to be a sports fan to have seen the coverage of cocoa goths a comeback win in her run at wimbledon she beat venus williams to start and i watch that match and i thought it was very exciting on
G. Willow Wilson Creator of Kamala Khan
"This episode g willow Wilson, she's a comic book author, and she wrote the first marvel comic with a young Muslim woman as the hero, Kamla, Han aka MS marvel. So when I was in high school, I was kind of a giant Goth. I was the kind of insufferable kid who, who would say that they were not actually cost the Gosper, too pretentious, and that I was above that of. But Nevertheless, I wore the really dark lipstick and like the fish nuts, and the pseudo Victorian jackets, that you could find like buffalo exchange. Yeah. I mean, if you looked up Goss in the dictionary, you would have found a photo of me somewhere. Fortunately, for me around the same time, sort of the late eighties early nineties, this British wave of very literary experimental comics started coming out. And I ran Pedley became obsessed, and one of my absolute favorite series, as was the case for a lot of people was Sandman by Neil Gaiman. Which took a World War, Two era, kind of be list, super hero and turned him into this mythological dream king who goes on adventures with all kinds of different, mythical creatures and kind of deconstructs, western mythology from a really interesting point of view. So, you know, for me as like a fourteen year old fifteen year old mega Goth this was huge and revelatory. Not just the story itself, but the medium of comics. Sandman told a kind of story in comic book form that I didn't really know was possible. It was kind of my first exposure to these more literary more adult kinds of comics, when I was a kid comics were still considered very much a kids, medium, and particularly a boys medium. There were not things that were marketed at girls. There were very few books out there that were adjacent to the superhero world that were marketed to adults so to see a comic book that was very clear and open in its love for that classics Hooper hero story. And yet, at the same time talked about Shakespeare and Chaucer and you know, brought in a very Joseph Cambell kind of U of mythology. Just expanded my understanding of what could be done within the pages of a comic book. I want to take a quick break to tell you about another podcast. I worked on it's called the big one your survival guide. We walk you through what it would be, like, if a major earthquake hit Los Angeles, and we help you understand what you need to know, to survive science and journalism, and immerses you and the experience of being in a huge earthquake. Don't be scared. We help you prepare. You can find it today wherever you listen to this show. Okay. Back to tell them. I am. So as I remember, the first time I found Neil, Gaiman Sandman, I was at the apartment of a friend. Who is I think about two years older than me and had graduated. And they were already living on their own. And so we're, we're very kind of cool and grown up in my eyes. You know, the, the people who live, there had also been giant Goths. So there were clove cigarettes, which were still legal at the time sitting around, and, ashtrays, and that's kind of always what it smelled, like, which I like the smell of. But it had that kind of late nineties, Goth aesthetic, every all the windows were kind of draped in, like, JoAnn fabric in sort of dark colors. It was it was just that kind of place. This apartment had a collective library of all kinds of great stuff, and they were all reading Sandman, and they had they'd just sort of made a rule, you can read whatever you want, but don't take anything out of the apartment. But because their library was so big. I was like, nobody will notice if I just kind of sneaked these back issues out and read them on my own, so I did. And. It was one of those reading experiences that, that kind of sticks out in your mind as being something for which there is a before. And an after he read this book. It made me feel a lot less grubby as a Goth it, oh, it was a very unabashedly Goth comic. And it was kind of cool to see something with such a huge cultural impact that was kind of headlined by this very Goth guy with white makeup, an extremely scruffy kind of Robert Smith, secure hair, and it was kind of a nice affirmation that you could do the stuff. And it you'd be kind of like a mopey teenager. And yet have cool stories that meant something, and that we're all to uplifting, and we're about hope. So, you know, it was in, in that sense. Nice to see Goths doing some kind of artistic service for, for the whiter were. The kind of storyteller that he was was very influential, and then as I got a little bit older. And I I saw him a couple of times back. This is back when he used to tour. I was also very impressed with the way that he approached writing and being a writer and it being a human being. There was one instance, in which I saw him along with a bunch of other really amazing comic book writers, including, I think Peter David, at MIT just a few days, not more than a week after nine eleven. Nine eleven happened just a couple of weeks after my nineteenth birthday at the beginning of my junior year of college. And he you know, I was I was very much a college student, I was kind of going through a late adolescent. What does it all mean phase, I become interested in, in religion and started to sort of rethink what I assumed about life, and purpose and are, are sort of our place in the universe. And like everybody, I think it was it was a tremendous shock. I think particularly people of my vintage kind of elderly millennials or Xeni, all's had never known a time when the US felt really threatened. The Cold War was kind of over, there was a sense that we were separate from the rest of the world or that nothing could ever interrupt. That period of prosperity into which we had been born and so nine eleven just massively shook the foundations of our generational experience and especially being in Boston at Boston University, the feeling of ongoing threat and vulnerability was quite high. Two of the planes had taken off from Logan airport. There are all kinds of rumors circulating that, there were still a terrorist cells in the city. And so it really did feel like a war zone in many ways, and it occurred to me, just sort of walking to class that this is the reality that so much of the rest of the world faces every single day. And somehow we have managed to avoid it for this long. And now here we are just like the rest of the world. as we did for a lot of things during those weeks after nine eleven we kind of hung around to see if this event was actually going to happen because a lot of them were cancelled. And it was clear that, yes, it was going to happen. It was still going on. So we, you know, we decided okay, well, we're not we're not going to give up this, this chance to see all of these amazing authors and artists on stage at the same time. And we decided yeah, we're going to go. We're going to we're going to do it, despite the sort of aura of anxiety and dread. That was kind of hanging over everything. What was interesting to me is the Neil Gaiman was the only one in his kind of opening words who never mentioned nine eleven once everybody on stage when they got up to talk that was what they talked about. It was it was about superheroes in nine eleven. You know, I think one of the people on stage envisioned this world in which wolverine was on the plane with the terrorists, and sort of got up and, and hit them with his finger spikes. And it kind of rubbed me the wrong way because I remember thinking, you know, this is not the time to pretend that are fictional heroes are gonna do us any kind of good. It's too real. It's a nice thought that yes. If we had these amazing heroes who were always in the right place at the right time that they would have saved us, but they didn't. And Neil Gaiman got up and never mentioned nine eleven once he just sort of told a story, I don't even remember what it was that he talked about. But by the end of it for about thirty seconds. We all forgot and in a weird way, I think that prepared us to have them were serious conversation versus the. Yeah. Wolverine would I've got him if you'd have been there, which, which just felt very tried to me. The reason that that stood out to me was because it illustrated, very neatly that for a storyteller in a time of great national tragedy upheaval. The way forward is not always the way through that sometimes we assume we're in a position to attack things head on. And yes, we're gonna fight, whatever it is or or get through whatever it is. And it's, it's very easy to blur the line at that point between storytelling and, and just sort of shallow saber rattling. But what he said at that time illustrated to me that it was possible to speak in a deeper key and not to pretend that you have the answers that you need all the answers. You know, everybody was was in an incredibly tense somber. Reflective mood, and it I think brought a lot of us especially who are about my age. I was eighteen at the time into the realization that we are all mortal that, that, that nothing that we think, is a turtle is eternal, and that the world may be didn't look the way that we had been taught growing up,
"goss" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
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Olympic figure skater stabbed to death
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