35 Burst results for "Greenwich"
Man Finds Bill Gates's Ancestors Buried on His Property
"Island is home to thousands of historic cemeteries. Many of which haven't seen the light of day in years. That includes an overgrown cemetery on brian pages property in west greenwich page. Who'd recently purchased the land discovered the cemetery after following an gated path. Deep into the woods we had no idea it was there. He said it was a shock. A cemetery on our land. It's kind of weird. I don't know about you. But i would be so high. We and my older for senate on a i would be thrilled. Margaret malcolm share. The rhode island historical cemetery commission tells twelve news. There are more than thirty. Two hundred historical cemeteries across the state ranging from small family burial grounds to fully landscape gardens. One of those cemeteries is the one page uncovered historical cemetery. Ninety six appears to have been forgotten about for more than a century when he founded it page said several of the gravestones were toppled over and the cemetery itself was overgrown with weeds and brush once he realized the importance. A site page recruited family and friends to help revitalize the cemetery the crew spent hours clearing overgrown brush trees branches and rocks from sacred place. It is a nice little site we have out here and we just want to take care of it. Page said my mom wants to start giving flowers to keep it up. We're trying to do some work to fix this place up but the story doesn't end there while cleaning out. The cemetery page noticed a familiar last name on several of the gravestones. The markers belonged to israel seth and zachariah gates at first page that he didn't think anything of it it wasn't until he reached out to malcolm that he realized the significance. She left a comment in an email that she heard they may be related to the bill gates from microsoft page said The names on the headstones prompted page to launch his own investigation after researching the names on ancestry dot com page. Said he was able to link them all to the
Some Are More Solver Driven Than Others
"There's members of greenwich village my community who play poker very high level. Who are very pyo theory solver driven and are able to use those tools at way higher level than i aspire to basically but an interesting thing happens as it relates to cash games. Because i've been playing the games for so long that i can kind of spookily predict what the solver output will be spots despite not studying solvers at a very high level like i know that like one guy specifically in the group. He's like a ten twenty crusher. He's like it really pisses me off like hey like you can like you'll find some like weird line or whatever and then bring it to me as like an exploit and then i'll plug it in and like it's it performs better than like the output without that we're line is an option and it's like it's really gratifying to see. I guess it kind of like. Because i've had my own existential crisis as it relates to learning and growing is a poker player because one thing i know for sure is there's more than one way to skin a cat and there's more than one way to approach learning this game so i i i've had existential crisis of like man. Maybe i've messed up. Maybe i should have been investing all my energy into like learning to solver outputs less on like you know thinking about the way that humans construct ranges and the psychological aspect of it. And you know all these other things that are like my bread and butter. But then i just realized like he's awesome. What he does and he he the gay makes sense in the way that he studies it. And i come to a lot of the same conclusions on my own. The way that i study and like that's just okay. You know and get that quote bios evader like. That's that's really awesome. Because that is the goal. Right like a solver is just a calculator and if you change the inputs outputs will be affected and like the reality is. You're playing against human being. So you need to know how to manage all those inputs and then the outputs will come to you in your brain and then is just on to
The Study of Horticultural Taxonomy
"All right. Matthew reese it's great to have you on the podcast. It's an honor to be here but before we begin. Let's start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is you do. Hi everybody thinks so. Much on the podcasts. Listening for years now a huge fence. Thanks kudos the a setting this up in keeping it going so long. Yes oh my. Name's matthew reese on the ball tennis and i worked for the royals cultural society. Which is your chess. Shoot all the largest. Uk charity dedicated to gardening. We have about five and a half million members across the country. So yeah that's quite a big number. And so i work in the hold cultural taxonomy team in the science department and i spit raw between plant authentications research on ecosystem services of cultivated plants awesome. I'm really excited to talk to you about your work today but before we jump into the meat of it. What got you interested in. Plants is something you've always had in your life or did you kind of come to it later on through some sort of gardening experience or educational career kind of thing. Yeah it was. I will always love being outside in spending time in nature. I was a kid. We used to spend a lot of time in my grands like area Forest which is actually a site of special scientific interests of only learned that recently back then now makes sense. Spending a lot of time in the forest was was amazing. I'm not really gifted in terms of the actually dropped out of school quite early on no sentencing before finishing my back. More at at this point may specify the native english. I spend most of my life confronts My parents are english. I've been brought up in greenwich in france for about twenty five years. We'll say. But yes. I said so. I kind of dropped out of school. Early wasn't really sure what. I was going to do with my life and ended up traveling to costa rica. Actually where i spent months. And that's why i volunteered. For attorney golden
The MacKenzie Family Murders
"Although greenwich is considered to be a bit of a ghost town the major city of geraldton is just twenty four kilometers north as the largest city north of perth geraldton has many faces that put it on the map including thriving fishing industry stunning spring wildflowers and sperling surf beaches niece sixty kilometers offshore appel spot a sta and wallaby islands k. Locations of the deadly tovey shipwreck covered in episode one. Hundred thirty eight of case file for many travelers. Gerald is the main destination with isolated towns. Locked greenwich acting. Stop places along the way. However in the light summer of nineteen ninety-three greenwich would surpass the city in making headlines the unassuming and little known township was propelled into the national spotlight for what came to be cold one of the worst crimes in western australia for that reason. Greenwich was put on the map. It had dana typical morning at gerald since criminal investigation bureau on february twenty two nineteen ninety-three when detectives received in us. That a brutalized buddy had been found out. So i had a residence in slavery greenwich forensic inspect up. Bring giants send detective move cousins along with a team of uniformed officers immediately. Made the sixteen minute drive down the bruce highway. Arriving at the mckenzie property around eleven am as reported a blood-soaked body lay in the dust. Just outside the heim stead. Having been so savagely attacked that day face was indistinguishable. The victim was identified as sixteen year old daniel. The oldest of karen mackenzie's three children her other two children daughters seven-year-old amara and five year out katrina when nowhere to be seen karen to was missing. The detectives turned their attention to the house before them. The family's pet dog continued to bach from within towards rea- dual. The detectives were rattled. Was daniels killer still at the same. Unwilling to take any chances. They raised their hand guns before entering the property.
Throw the first Stone(wall)
"In the early hours of june twenty eighth nineteen sixty nine new york city police raided the greenwich village. Gay club called the stonewall inn. Let me set the scene for you. Gay clubs were much more than a place to get drunk or look for love in the nineteen sixties and frankly all the decades leading up to it. They were not exactly accepting of lgbt people. Being queer wasn't only societally unacceptable. It was against the law same sex relations between consenting adults or illegal in new york city in nineteen eighty and you could be arrested on the street for not wearing at least three articles of gender appropriate clothing now out on a limb here and say that men in skirts found themselves on the receiving end of that one a lot more often than women and slacks did understandably. Lgbt people flocked to gay bars and clubs refuges where they could socialize and more importantly be themselves openly. You still weren't safe there though. The new york city state liquor. Authority penalized and shutdown. Gay bars arguing. That the mir gathering of more than three homosexuals was technically disorderly. These regulations were overturned in nineteen sixty six thanks to the efforts of strident activists but things as simple as holding hands with someone of the same gender was still illegal so police harassment of gay bars continued. There was another player. In the game the mafia the mob saw profit to be had in catering to the displaced and disenfranchised gay clientele by the mid nineteen sixties. The genovese crime family controlled most of the gay bars in the village in nineteen sixty six. They purchased the stonewall inn which had been a bog standard bar and restaurant renovated it on the cheap and reopened it as a gay bar. Stonewall inn was registered as a private bottle bar which did not require a liquor licence because patrons were supposed to bring their own liquor club attendees had to sign their names in a book to maintain the club's membership facade. Police initially left the stonewall inn alone by dint of regular bribes from the jennifer easies patrons benefited by the fact that the police hassling the owners but it also meant that the owners could run the club as they saw fit which meant as cheaply as possible. The club lacked a fire exit. There was no running water behind the bar to wash the glasses. Though there was plenty of water in the drinks themselves and the less said about the bathrooms the better
Environmental Concerns Arise Over Energy Needed To Mine Bitcoin
"Making or mining. Bitcoin requires a lot of energy which can mean burning more fossil fuels now at the same time states are making a push for clean energy. So does something here have to give. Here's von golden from member station w. skg in new york's finger lakes about one hundred. People are walking down the shoulder of a highway overlooking seneca lake. They're heading down to the greenwich generation. Power plant the natural gas-fired facility generates some electricity. Oh what's gotten. The attention of. The activists is their generation of bitcoin. They're protesting today. Because greenwich is looking to expand. Its bitcoin mining. That would probably mean burning. More natural gas emitting more greenhouse gases. Yvonne taylor is vice. President of seneca lake guardian and is leading the opposition to greenwich. We simply cannot allow this ludicrous scheme of burning fossil fuels to make fake money in the midst of climate generating or mining. Cryptocurrency is complicated. there's no actual mining the gist. Is that a whole lot of computers. Do a whole lot of calculations to create digital currency that requires a ton of energy which can mean burning more fossil fuels. And that's the case with greenwich. The plant isn't always producing electricity for the grid so a few years ago. They figured out they could make a profit by using excess power to mind bitcoin. Dale irwin manages. The plant came up to that. It was a very good business solution for irwin. Won't say exactly how much more the plant will emit with its expansion. Only that it'll be in compliance with its
The COVID Vaccine With Dr. Alex Greninger
"I have the privilege of hosting dr grandeur. He is the assistant director of the uw. Medicine clinical virology lab and the uw assistant professor of laboratory medicine. Doctor grandeur focuses on genomic and proteome characterization of a variety of human viruses and bacteria with a focus on respiratory viruses and human herpes viruses. He has discovered a number of new human animal viruses. His basic science lab at south lake union uses genetically informed approaches to understand human infectious diseases. Dr greenwich you're got his. Md and phd from uc. San francisco is master and scientists immunology from stanford and his masters in philosophy in epidemiology from cambridge in england he has many clinical interests in facilitating clinical trial testing for respiratory viruses and human herpes viruses and because of his expertise. I'm just thrilled and excited to have a conversation about the corona virus. The vaccine and a lot of questions that. Maybe you're thinking about that just going to be very interesting today. So thank you so much for joining me today. Alex thanks for having me. It's good to be here And so before we get started and kind of diving deep into the work that you do in research talk to us a little bit about what inspires your work and yet i got interested in going to medical school early early on Had a pediatrician. That i really liked and sort of do my career day in high school with Not kind of random way but it was a great entry to realize you could be a physician and deal with a lot of science and then from there just not able to make a ton of decisions so doing the mvp hd route and. I think i got really excited about. I think what's really. I was inspired. You know some of the work is initially. It was enviro discovery. This idea that there are lots of viruses out there to be found in people that could be the causes of diseases and then you would be able to cure them right and that sort of as more is that you know hypothesis only almost not turn out not to be true. There are a ton of other viruses that we've known about for quite a long time where the same thing is true. We can cure or we can prevent them with vaccines. And it's just about executing that vision over and over and over
Raiders make surprise pick in latest Mel Kiper Jr. mock draft
"Mock draft three point. Oh is available on. Espn plus right. Now and here. We go no surprise at the top. Trevor lawrence has been there and we'll be there for the moment and started to the moment. That pig is made. He's going jacksonville. And that's not going to change at number. Two mel projects the jets to stay put and select quarterback zach wilson who would be the team's highest drafted quarterback since they took joe nemeth thousand nine hundred sixty five at number three. We have a trade that panthers would move up from number eight to select justin fields from ohio state carolina getting its quarterback of the future miami. Picking up more prime picks. And the falcons make it four for four to begin the draft selecting their quarterback of the future trae lanes. Should it go this way. It would be the first time ever that quarterbacks go with each of the first four picks in the draft. We take a look at the rest of mel's top ten. After the four consecutive quarterbacks we see some other names you will get to know. Kyle pitch superstar tight end. More pass catchers jamarcus devante smith jail waddell notably absent on this screen. Max jones the fifth quarterback in this first round the star from alabama who mel projects. Going number fifteen to the new england patriots and let's start there because mel we spoke about this the last time you broke this down for us. You had max jones going considerably higher namely number eight overall. Why do you see this drop. Greenwich carolina eight with matt rule had max jones at the senior bowl practices where he was exceptional right. So you figure carolina's stuck at eight. They would look at mack. Jones new england and fifteen is built. Bellichik nick sabin connection and obviously looking at a quarterback to get back to. Maybe the tom brady days. Okay get your that type of quarterback which is what mack jones is his style and the way he goes about his business as a pocket passer so once carolina in my mach three point. Zero was moving up to get justin field. Mack jones next opportunity to come off. The board for me would be new england at fifteen.
Philadelphia Eagles CB Darius Slay on Matthew Stafford trade to Los Angeles Rams, what to expect from Jalen Hurts
"And all pro a pro bowler the interception leader in the entire. Nfl in the year. Two thousand seventeen now philadelphia. Eagles formerly of the lions ladies and gentlemen dairy slack pickling was good. It was good how you doing man not too shabby. I just sneezed a couple of times. Because i'm allergic to the cable companies over charging people it's unbelievable. What's going on out here. Darius i just saw you i believe you were talking about you. Stafford with the nfl films. He is leaving officially now. We'll get into you by the way i want. You know we do appreciate you coming on. We think you're baller. We'll talk about your life as well. But i would like your thoughts on something. It's happening pretty topical here. Matthew stafford is going to the los angeles rams night. The guy who wore number nine put out a nine minute video via the detroit. Lions which basically was emotional. It was a beautiful watch. Evan fox diehard lions van damme. your. I almost cry me so there was. Yeah yeah me too. I got a little. What if there's a lot of people i think are about to be introduced to matthew stafford. 'cause when your quarterback for the lines are not necessarily on prime time television all the time except for maybe thanksgiving. He's an absolute stud. And i think a lot of people are about to learn that. Do you feel the same way as somebody that was shared a field with him. For what six seven years or whatever in detroit and he got mad they gotta gotta go be unbelievable down man on the la. He's a very talented man. Smart guy he will work hard and He's a great leader. Man lead by example. He approached practice. The right way Like i never seen it. professionals is a long time and he. He's he's the man what is what do you think he's gonna do to that team. And that offense obviously he and mcveigh both guys of alpha personalities. But it seems like stafford. Also is one of the tougher quarterbacks ever to play the game i know he played with. What a broken back. Like what do you. What do you think he does instantly for that office. Up thinking to bring a lot of like know accuracy. Deep ball guy He will carry a team man go he could take any low In low you wanna give him you know. Click gays comeback. Like i said for longest man. Staffer was only missing a great defense in our Around half a great defense. Becky continue to get the ball back when i was at time. Stafford was putting up thirty points. Defense flutie given up thirty points to as well so but guy that got a defender keeping twenty point under seventeen points under yes tap. Wanna put up clear. A thirty points easily. Isn't that something that's pretty interesting is. We're talking to darius like corner for the philadelphia eagles. Now isn't that something interesting to think about in this is coming from a corner. Who's on defense. Is that a thought. Hey if we keep them under twenty points are guys going to be able to get an. Is that a goal going into each game. Hey now greenwich last shutout. We want this but the realistic like. Hey if we keep this under twenty. There's a good chance guy's gonna get that. Is that something that actually goes through your mind yet. Easily may cause you know a you see the work definitely with guys like staffer. Long enough man. He gets hot seagoing man. He's unstoppable star any kind of way Making the easiest Hardest make look easy. And you know that's always a defense go to have a team on the twenty. Most of the guys honestly as a quarterback league wants big status scoreboard up. I'm not going to ask you about the drama. That's been surrounding your team. Because there'd be incredibly unfair to you. You're not involved in that but jalen hurts appears to be the quarterback going into next year for you guys. What did you see. Jalen that makes you think like okay. This guy is going to be our guy. There was moments of greatness out there. I don't think everything was as smooth on offense as out of the ball last year as we would hope. But what do you think like philadelphia. Eagles fan should expect from jalen hurts. That you've seen behind the scenes. It's like hey this is. There's a reason this guy's going to be our guy now because he's a great leader as a young guy came to a chip on her shoulder. honestly man no disrespect carson. But he always felt like that was his spot. You know Causing the great guy but he came into the yoga came into the room into basic on. Take over to the office. You know as Why not disrespect me. Just as in i want to come compete against you to become this guy and i want to be the face at his team. He always had a ball always had drive in that kind of separate a lot of guys that you know. He was kind of just determined. You know is competitive. Why not disrespectfully. It just like mom. Okay to compete. You're the best rocky for the team. That's all were you surprised at all. Were any teammates surprise to see him. Like what's he like that from day one Well we already saw that. He had a lot of swagger about him ignored college. That's what we use as the term. Now as you see a goddess plan college boy he got a lot of sway. You carry yourself the right way and you can see in alabama and he you ever had to take no game bitch at a at a taleban. Dan going over. The numbers being heisman candidate. You know so. He had a lotta drive yet. A lot of a lot of stoudt loves to prove he. He's ready to prove it right now.
Speaking From the Heart with SLP Lauren Sharpe-Payne
"Lauren. Welcome to the wo- med. Thank you in fact i to be here so for those of you who don't know morin. Sharp pain is a speech pathologist. And i have been dying to get speech. Pathologist on the wool med. So when you tell people what you do what's the first thing that they automatically assume. No people automatically assume i work with kids. I just can't sit kids and teach them how to say either s.'s. Or their ps. And i mean with all this do that but i actually work with adults since i think. The stereotype with speech pathology sitting down playing games working on different sounds But there's so much more to it than that so yeah well. I'll admit one of my good friends is literally dreading the day that her two year olds list goes away. It's really cute though because right now. Her z's literally come from the back of her mouth. Like all the kerr molars and she's just adorable. It's really cute it is. Oh my gosh yeah so you mentioned that you work with adults so did you. Is that kind of where you got started with. Everything or your passion really was but actually started my career working with kids. I worked with kids for about two years. Two and a half years and i liked it initially But i quickly found out. Just it wasn't like farc me like it wasn't my passionate area and so i worked really hard to kind of tradition over to the medical side of each pathology and i started working at outpatient rehab. I was seeing a lot of patients who had had strokes in like traumatic brain injuries and swallowing disorders. And i really found that that was really my passion and that's really what made me feel fulfilled at the end of the day. And so that's what i've been doing. Ever since that point. I love that i feel like i. I mean the only real interactions and stuff that i've had working with with speech was i used to work in the nikko. Nice and so. We'd have speech consoles all the time you know. We had like paralyzed vocal. Cords or you know. Cleft lip or palate premiums just couldn't quite figure out how to suck swallow breathe. Exactly yeah echo cool. Yeah so there's just it just sounds like there's so many different fields within so p. wrote there are there are. Mike said i think most of the time. Most people associate s. l. p. With you know working with kids like in the school. I think the school was really popular. But like you said there's so many different areas you know. We can work in hospital. We can work in nursing homes and you know fools and fire practices. So there's there's really a lot of different options in terms of you know where we can work which is really cool. So what led you into this career like how did you first hear about it and you know get interested in it so it's funny excellent to be a lawyer up until my senior year of high school and i remember i had already declared my major and a second of sociology class in high school and their story about the young girl. Her name was genie. I don't know if you've heard the story. But she was locked away for twelve years that her parents never interacted with hers. Get no human interaction and yeah it was. I saw that and like she had no communication at mike whatsoever and so she worked with the speech therapist and he was able to communicate. It wasn't all verbal. Nonverbal buys using pictures. But i thought that was so neat that there was something out there. You could help people communicate and the rest is history. I just fell in love from that point. that's really beautiful So greenwich some little video. Yeah what's the school pathway lake like do you guys have to clinicals. is it Like a bachelors. Is it a doctoral degree. Now or like how like if you're going to coach someone through eight or tell someone you know what they're in for. Yeah so it's four. Years of undergrad And then you have to go to graduate school so for me. My program was in graduate school. But if you don't have speech as an undergraduate degree typically a two and a half maybe three years for the graduate program and then after that your life and your certify after a nine month period. There's no doctoral degree right now. That recommended or like that's required to be a speech pathologist but you can most certainly get them back degree that not in my pets whatsoever But after getting your master's degree through what all the clinical fellowship here and so that nine months after you graduate where you're essentially practicing. Slc like getting a salary and everything. But you're still technically under supervision and so after that nine months Once you have all of your hours your than a certified speech pathologist so you don't need any supervision or you know no one's giving you feedback just kinda on your own completely after that point. Wow yeah is there different routes that you take if you want to be more on the medical side of things versus you know in schools or or working with pedes a good question so i know in graduate school. We do externships so typically if there are two externships one is medical. One is typically pediatrics. might be in the school. There might be private practice. But i know that's alive. Students really kind of narrow down where they want to be in terms of their career so a lot of students. We'll just try to warm more relationships with people a medical they feel like they wanna pursue medical side or vice versa with school side and then with the clinical fellowship years so that nine month period actor graduation many students will try and get their cf wire the clinical fellowship your and that desired area of speech that way after they're done they can't hopefully get a medical job or a pediatric job. You know what they don't need this revision to
Feb 3, 1971: Frank Serpico Is Shot
"On february third. Nineteen seventy-one nypd. Detective frank serpico was shot in the face during a drug bust when franks partners refuse to help him. He was shot in the face. Many wondered if the nypd headset. Frank up my guest hosts ashen. Elena are going to take over from here to discuss the circumstances that resulted in frank. Serpico shooting and what happened when he survived. Thanks vanessa frank. Serpico always wanted to be a cop for him. It was never about the power or the possibility of seeing his name in the papers. Frank serpico merely wanted to make new york city place. Unfortunately when frank joined the nypd. In september of nineteen fifty-nine the department was experiencing rampant corruption as a kid. Frank witnessed firsthand. How a cop could abuse his authority while working in his father's shop an officer came in. First you shine when frank finished the officer got up and left without paying. Frank was stunned but assumed the officer was an outlier. Just a bad apple. He got a rude awakening. Once he became a patrolman himself years later when frank was still a police cadet he and his partner arrested. A couple of suspects while protecting vandalized synagogue. They thought the nature of the arrest should have led to some kind of award but the precinct clerk only agreed to make a note for a citation if franken his partner slipped them a few bucks. Frank realized that bribery was the key to success in the department but he refused to accept that instead he would stay honest and work his way to the top by doing good police. Work throughout the nineteen sixties. Frank didn't partake in any of the graphs are corruption. He knew his partners might take payoffs but he wouldn't. Naturally this made cops suspicious of him and it didn't help that. Frank looked nothing like a cop as a plainclothes officer. Frank didn't have to adhere to a standard dress code so he decided to look like his personality. He was bohemian long hair. Long beard psychedelic clothes. Frank lived in greenwich village and hung out with the counterculture. He was the complete antithesis of the nypd. Finally in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven alongside only ally. Detective david dirk. Frank started making noise to the departments higher ups and authorities at city hall for three years. They brought credible evidence of police corruption. And yet nothing was done. Fed up franken. david did the unimaginable. They went to the press in the middle of one thousand nine hundred seventy the new york times published an expose on corruption in the nypd. The report tarnished the nypd and led to the nap commissions formation. An official investigation into police corruption. All thanks to frank serpico in the department nuit frank coming forward. Put an even bigger target on his back by the end of nineteen seventy. He was transferred to narcotics where he was a total pariah. Frank serpico was shot in the face on february third nineteen seventy-one during what was supposed to be a routine drug bust however his partners refused to help him and let him bleed out in the hallway. He only lived because an elderly tenant called the paramedics. Frank miraculously survived though. He was left with bullet fragments in his skull and permanent hearing loss and despite the attempt on his life frank refused to remain silent later that year. He testified before the knapp commission making him one of the most important officers to testify against the police. A year later frank retired from the nypd and lived in europe until one thousand nine hundred eighty since then. He's continued to speak out against corruption and police brutality. He's still holds out. Hope that there will be fair and honest cops. Patrolling our streets.
"The dates was friday march. Twenty fifth nineteen seventy seven. The location was lens. Brace sports and social club house. Teddington greater london uk. The police briefing was being held in a small room in the pavilion. The was tense with excitement. The officers present had been working toward this moment for almost two years and it was time to raid the suspected lsd laboratory at twenty. Three more road hampton wick kingston-upon-thames a short drive away from the briefing location. The rate had been brought forward because it was known. The suspects at seymour road with flying out of heathrow the next day detective inspector dick lee led the briefing and all present hung on his every word. Small writing group consisted of several operation. Julie detectives including stephen bentley and eric wright who had been undercover in rural wales on the wider inquiry. Also present were a small group of scenes of crime officers who were going to search the house in gather evidence. The officers left the briefing and took up position. The raiding party had split up some went to the front door while others went to the rear of the house. That was inductions. It was eight. Oh five pm exactly and detective constables. Bentley and right in the groove that clambered over offense at the back of the lodge detached house as the to approach the french windows stevenson to greenwich his mate and colleague. Eric who was alongside him. There was a cry of geronimo. In eric's unmistakable gloucestershire ebba. Then one of the offices sworn garage bar breaking the glass windows. That was shouts. It police stay still. Don't move but officers could hit people running scurrying around like giant mice. It was mayhem for one. It was a little scary. what would they find. Would there be resistance. Oh violence what would happen next for detective constable stephen bentley. It was a life changing experience and it all started with a phone call. He received from detective inspector. Dick lee the operational commander of the newly formed. Secret of julie squad back in april one thousand nine hundred seventy six. The following podcast is brought to you by true crime investigators. uk but who are they. Joan was a police officer for thirty years working locally and nationally as detective. Sally was also a police officer. For twelve years and then retrained as a lawyer and practiced in criminal law now both retired and review cases of interest. Some sold some undetected throughout this series. They'll discuss the cases. They're reviewing and interview relevant parties including police officers suspects witnesses and experts. The next case for review is counted drug investigation operation. Julie which took place in the mid seventies and an interview with one of the undercover agents involved in investigation steven bentley. Just like say welcome to everybody and all of our listeners. Whether you'll new to his own not and we just wanna say that. We're really pleased with the progress of the series. We've been so well received without a lot of interest and with hudson good reviews as well. So what do you think of the response john. Well we're absolutely astounded as the worldwide coverage that we received and the fact that we now talk into all the podcasters in the crime community. Australia america all parts of the world in fact. And we're just can't believe how we've taken off and mainly because of the lockdown of course technologies sort of come to the fore everybody's now on skype and other types of media which is fantastic. Doesn't it it has. Yeah i'm we've been am dragged into the twenty first century whether we like it or not so with within our podcast series. We want to cover all kinds of serious crime. Not not just the murders but in particular. We've got an interest in undercover police. In way we're interested in the work that undercover officers do when the pressure that that brings and then potentially the danger that that brings with that kind of work and with that in mind. We decided to bring operation. Julie to the podcast. Both of us had read a book called undercover operation jubilee. The inside story and that was really fascinating book written by one officer who was involved in operation julie and his name's steven bentley. So we sort of conducted some research around. That didn't wait. What we found was that there was a detective inspector. Dick lee in thames valley drug squad and he was putting together his sort of annual report. That a ba- late nineteen seventy four and he realized that there was some kind of anomaly in the his undercover officers. Were very active in the pop festival scene and regularly they were being offered amounts of ls stay and considerable amounts of lsd.
GitHub alumni are building Rewatch, a solution for your Zoom fatigue
"Gonna kick off actually with some good hub alumni. That are trying to save us from the thing. We're all suffering from most in the last couple of quarters. Zoom fatigue the dawson. What's going on. So we're seeing a precede company. Come out of get hug. But connor sears. And scott goldman have teamed up to create yet another solution zoom fatigue. I think that's been on top of mind for almost any engineer right now in the valley or in startups and so their bet is that they're going to create an internal youtube of sorts. Which was an internal hub tool that. They're now making to accompany the goal of dot. Is we do a video conferencing. Call alex on the call because he's recording equity but he can go back after the meeting check and see if he was mentioned see if he has nothing to deliver and kind of chime in after search through old meetings. Making live meetings into more as greenwich meetings. Does that make sense. It does but the question about this. So let's imagine that tasha team. And i are not we both have ten people on our teams instead of having like eight of twenty people. Get into a room. You and i could meet record. It make it available to our teams and they can literally just watch our decision making process and then we wouldn't have to have. Everyone stopped work to come to the same meeting. Is that the kind of advantage to this. Yeah and the interface include transcriptions. You can tag people so quite literally. You'll get a notification through the watch channel to see if you were mentioned. The idea obviously is all in calendar. Hell because of remote work. And so this could maybe make you watch the all hands on a slow moment in the work day instead of stopping during breaking news definitely apply with way too much to journalism but juniors and start up clients for rewatch so far. I think the key obviously is going to be the transcripts and summaries ation tools particularly in large companies. Oftentimes these all hands meetings. Go on for a very very long time. And since the pandemic it there are more and more all hands meetings all around the weakest people. Try to synchronize communications and so my hope here is that they also are helping people communicate better because i have this theory that like all content should be reduced by one format to like an hour long. All hands meetings should be like a ten minute phone. Call ten minute phone. Call should really be a to email a minute. Emails should be like a tweet. I think the more that we can try to get efficient communications that to me is the hope was rewatch. It doesn't just become a video library and a youtube channel but it really becomes a for the thinking around what the company is doing. I think the question that a lot of people in remote work are trying to answer. A lot of different ways is can we see consumers who are now tired of zoom which is what we're comfortable with them becoming people who are comfortable with coming back to a meeting once it's already been done like we'll consumers actually be not lazy people and go back to the designer up and given their two cents and more importantly will the designer lead. Look at those comments. Once they are made. Possibly i will say guilty of. I think we record all of our meetings here and i've only been to one and it was just to see if i was fired or not and i can confirm because i'm on this show was not But that was the only reason i went to maybe the fear of missing out. Maybe the fomo effect using tagging and trying to get people involved in this communications but also be interesting over time if it goes from just like. Here's the recording of what happened to an actual edited video meeting. Hey maybe we should change parts of this space on other feedback from other team members and again it becomes kind of this artifact that that adapts based on the team's feedback
Chicago Bears Lose To Green Bay Packers, But Are Headed To Playoffs
"Patriots aren't even that. Close the steelers at thirty two. The forty niners next. I'll then the cowboys and only then do we get to new england and a few spots down from that we get to the green bay packers and the frozen tundra of lambeau field which is where they could clinch the number one seed through these playoffs if they were to take care of business in chicago. Yesterday dan aaron rodgers putting on a show green that throws out sleep ridiculous finding all the way on the backside and just that flick of the wrist on love. This play realizes pressure doesn't want to get the motion offbeat that blitzing nickelback. I've gotten nbs on a linebacker down the middle feel. That's an easy touchdown. For the greatest quarterbacks ever look at them just a flick of the wrist right up where that trailing the linebacker beautiful play by rodgers and ensuing drive because they were hanging around for much of this this mitch trubisky. This is cole. Command this ball is coming out. And that's the last thing in the world you need to do as the packer defense will celebrate is give more chances because dan you know he knows what to do. Exactly greenwich see the empty. I'm going to scan. I'm going to scan them skin. I got protection that i'm gonna get trailing linebacker. That lime tight end. Linebacker doesn't do his job carrying vertical touchdown green bay rogers in the first half ten of ten. The one fifty five and three touchdowns is that good jones taking it in for score. Twenty eight sixteen bears trying to hang in there and then they're not you got. That seem route your tight end and the safe the amos cla- classes on it. You got across his face. Mitchell trubisky doesn't see the same way as the tight end turnover chicago the packers after the pick. There's devante that's the fourth touchdown of the day for aaron rodgers who puts the finishing touches on. Here's mvp resume and the road to the nfc or through the nfc. We'll go through lambeau field. You don't see the packers on the screen. Because they get the by the wildcard next saturday. You got the rams at seattle. Then later that night it's washington hosting tom brady and the bucks and then sunday. The bears will visit drew. Brees and the saints. That is the way this whole thing shaped up and
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"The West Loop South Greenwich, Rhode and Post Oak Boulevard, Generalissimo Ktrh Coco's windows dot com 24 Hour traffic center. Front will result in a wet start to the weekend on this Saturday with showers and thunderstorms so the rain may get heavy at times with behind your 65 a cloudy sky Tonight. The low down to 50 a clearing trend will take place in the afternoon on Sunday to wrap up the week end with Hind. You're 65 some sunshine Monday with a high topping out in the mid sixties. I'm meteorologist Jeff Mar from the Weather Channel. The biggest line in that cold front has not reached us yet. That's still around, though, Austin, you can see that's going up there. Nacogdoches. We've had the leading edge of that bringing showers kind of scattered all about throughout the morning. We've got some or there is a band of showers moving towards greater Houston. So we'll be getting more rain in just a little bit. 63 Galveston if you're dry at the moment in spring, 61 Katie 63 is 63 of the ktrh Top Tax defenders 24 Hour Weather Center. 10 to 1. Our top story. If you want to see Santa Claus riding a fire truck and friends would be sure to get out wave. Hi, the reindeer. I understand you're busy. So the friends would fire department's giving the jolly manage whore of houses, so he's gonna be ready for next Friday. San is going to be in Friendswood all through four o'clock this afternoon in Memphis and Louisville. The trucks are about to roll the FDA granting emergency approval for a second weapon against the pandemic. Moderno begin shipping 5.9 million doses of its new vaccine across the country beginning this weekend. Ghost have 20 million Americans vaccine in the coming days, including the elderly, who account for 39% of all Covad death. The Madonna vaccine could be started freezers and temperatures similar. What you guys have in your kitchen, a big help to people in rural America because it doesn't require the ultra cold storage. The five year vaccine needs. Joe Biden, his wife for expected receive the new vaccine as early as Monday in Texas is gonna be getting 460,500 of those new modern versions of the vaccine coming up on.
Kerri Greenidge discusses two books about African-Americans in the years before the Civil War
"Carey. Greenwich joins us now from outside boston. She is the melon assistant professor in the department of studies in race colonialism and diaspora at tufts university. She's also the author of black radical. The life and times. Of william monroe. Trotter and this week she reviews two bucks on the cover of the book review. They are south to freedom runaway slaves to mexico and the road to the civil war by alice l. Baumgartner and the kidnapping club wall street slavery and resistance on the eve of the civil war by jonathan. Daniel wells all right. That's a lot. Carrie thank you so much for being here vegas much for having me. So it's interesting looking at these two books together. They're sort of an error but they told two different sides of the same story. Just if you could tell us broadly. What are the two books about. Certainly the book by jonathan. Daniel wells the kidnapping club. It talks about the organiz. Terror inflicted on black new yorkers by kidnapping club which was a group of investors business owners and police officers in new york city in the years before the civil war and they use the fugitive slave law to be enslaved to kidnap african americans. Who were living nominally free in new york and transporting them back into the south and then we have our gardeners beautiful south to freedom runaway slaves to mexico which traces the journey of escaped slaves to mexico again in the decades before the civil war and the relationship between mexico freedom and concepts of recent citizenship. So the story of the kidnapping club if it is at all familiar to listeners. It's probably most familiar as the story that was told. In the recent film. Twelve years a slave it was sort of lightly fictionalized version the memoirs of solomon northrop but. What's the larger story here. The larger store which i think john wells does extremely well is a story of the complicity of the north in enslavement and enslave rate and the fact that american slavery was a national and a transnational institution and that to argue that somehow new york city was acknowledged as a free state although that was true because slavery was a national international institution. The powers that be in new york in the years before the civil war were dedicated to upholding that system. And so it really goes into the heart of this notion. What does it mean to be a free person. A free african american in a country and in a global system that endorsed racial slavery. The other thing that. I think jonathan daniel wells book does very well is connect the distrust the relationship between the police and law enforcement particularly in new york city. But we can use that. As a microcosm of parts of the country between new york city's police department and authorities and the black community and this video the trail that the black community felt justifiably so and experience at the hands of the police being an organized club to kidnap particularly black children and send them back into the south heart so obviously there are some contemporary parallels but one thing i thought was so interesting. That you point out in your review is the extent to which the various powers from the insurance business to the finance community to the law community was entrenched in maintaining the slave trade. Can you talk about the extent to which the early capitalist economy of new york city sort of thrived and depended on slavery so in wells book. He shows that the number one there was a cultural connection between the financier is in wall street in new york city and slavery in the south and so all of the banks all of the investment firms all of the capital that was funding the system that it took to maintain enslavement for instance investing in the distribution of food distribution of goods that were sent into the south to maintain slavery. That was a business and that was run through wall street's financial system and so it wells argues shows is that that system was dependent upon southern slavery. Southern slavery was dependent behind that system and so there was a vested interest by very very powerful people organizations in new york city to maintain and to ensure that slavery existed there is also a very vested interest in ensuring that fugitive slaves who escaped would be returned to the south given the fact that we're talking about black bodies commodities and the fact that if a black person escaped that was in the crude terms of the time somebody losing money and investment and so this whole machinery of kidnapping african americans and sending them back in the south. It was a business and it was making a lot of money for a lot of people.
The COVID-19 Vaccine: Will You Get It?
"Welcome everybody to say what needs saying. I'm zac non brandon and today for this particular conversation were focusing on the vaccine covid. Nineteen finally has a vaccine. That by next week's time should be distributed to what is one hundred million americans before even go into that we must establish the base for what is and what is described as a vaccine. This'll be a substance that helps protect against certain diseases particularly this one covid nineteen vaccines contain a dead or weaken version of a micro. And it helps you a new system recognized and destroying the living microbe during future infection with infection being the actual covid virus. Now with that being said there are considerable side effects. That have been mentioned in the news. some bit more exaggerated than others Some random occurrences have happened in people. Have i guess. Almost use the causation. Cause algae notion like some people go around saying you can get bell's palsy from it though it can just be the population who got it this far but that will all be discussed. I'm sure throughout this conversation. Now i must throw. It's zach and ask you for covid. Nineteen vaccine trump was renamed the trump vaccine whether there's fifteen hundred dollars behind it or not for you to take it as an american zach. Will you be taking this vaccine I wanted to before i do that. I wanted to tell Let everyone that's listening. That isn't already aware Everyone what you are exactly just so that they understand like obviously we're not pretending to be experts. Understand everything on this. But in this particular instance you do have a bit of credibility given that you're in the medical community right like at least on some level. What do you do for anyone who's listening. That doesn't actually know what you do. Oh i'm a cervical neurophysiologist What that boils down to is when surgeons neurosurgeons do specific spine or anything around the nervous area type surgeries my job to make sure that during while they do the physical aspect i look at their nervous structure the eeg aspect of saw brain and just how their muscles are corresponding so say for instance. The surgeon is working within the spinal cord. He may hit a nerve or maven damage. Attract in my job. What i'm able to do a see in regards to what he's doing what muscles he may be damaging and i relate that information create that back and forth communication to make sure whatever he's doing is into detrimental to the patients nervous system. What happens is i stimulate some areas on their wrists and ankles recorded from the brain set the baseline anything that deviates from that. We alert the surgeon. Yeah and that happens with anyone so this code patients as well then we have to increase the level of precautions because they even tell extra precaution when they're drilling and the bone the bone fragments are going into the air. You have to wear Glasses you even have to wear the masks especially change clothes change garments all. That stuff's interesting. Yeah so yeah so with say. Witnessing we've pretty consistently want to make clear that we're not legal. Experts were not you know. Experts on Political experts in things. But at least in this case random has a little bit of experience in the medical field. And i have a little bit of experience in neuroscience As does brand. And so hopefully we can bring that perspective in hear other people's on i to answer your question. Am i taking it. hi. I'm still not sure if i'll be forced to take it for my job. My lab is in the kellogg. I center at michigan on. And there are patients there. And so we're not obviously. We aren't dealing with patients ourselves. Or at least i'm not but since they're in the building i wouldn't. I wouldn't be surprised if there was something forcing me to do it with that. If that happens i mean i'll do it. I'll listen. I'll take the vaccine them. You know i'm not gonna fight it. In that case if i'm not mandated to i haven't fully decided if i will immediately I may wait a little bit. But that being said we're already getting some info from the uk and other places. And so i. I mean time will tell when it's available but i think as it stands. I wouldn't take it tomorrow unless my job depended on it. That's not to say i'm doubting it but again just like you know the the initial xbox the initial five years ago out you know do whatever needs to do work out any bugs. In come see me. Back granted it might be mandated just like any old flu shot for us but in greenwich it. We'll definitely
10 Strangest And Creepiest Things Found in Storage Devices And Lockers
"You can feel comfort in storing your private belongings inside lockers and other storage devices however sometimes the private belongings found inside. These storage devices are rather strange and disturbing number ten. The only time it's acceptable to keep around a headless doll is the five minutes between the dog ripping the head off and discovering it when someone stores headless doll among knives. It's most likely a problem. Robert dewey hoskins who was rearrested after escaping from a mental hospital in february of two thousand twelve was convicted of threatening to murder madonna and that headless baby doll was found in his storage unit in long beach l. a. weekly reports on the ten creepiest items found in the madonna stalker storage unit. Besides the headless baby dolon. Dozens of knives hoskins kept a very scary clown mask. A sumo wrestler back doubt a barbie backpack and so much more number nine. A married couple with two kids made a horrific discovery when the mother mrs copeland found a safe in her ten year old son's room when questioned about where he got it and its contents. He simply pleaded the fifth. Both parents were unable to get any info their son eventually. Mr copeland was the safe open and was shocked at what he found inside. The head of their dog that had recently passed and was buried in their yard was stuffed into the safe. Blood poured out of the box as mr copeland screamed in horror. Their son said he loved that dog so much that he wanted to have a part of her forever so he dug up the body cut off its head with a tiny kitchen knife and stuffed it in the safe that was found by the mother of later on that same day number eight some people like to take their work home with them but dr michael berkeley a former medical examiner took his work to a storage unit in pensacola. And when i say work. I'm talking about body parts for more than one hundred people all this craziness was discovered in august. Two thousand twelve win some poor soul both the contents of dr brooklyn's unit at a storage option. It seems that dr brooklyn's hobby included the storing of ten brains as well as other body parts lungs hearts and tissue samples. Dr burke was thrifty as well as creepy keeping a hard stored in styrofoam cup. Police noted that formaldehyde was leaking from the cracks lid. The body parts which were harvested during private autopsies performed inside funeral homes in florida were also found inside tupperware containers. Trash bags specimen cubs. Interestingly dr berkeley was fired from his job as a medical examiner in two thousand three for failing to complete autopsy reports in a timely manner and for a big backlog of cases number seven unit be aid. And you store self storage in clearwater. Florida held something. That couldn't be auctioned off on. The family fell behind on payments in january of two thousand twelve when the storage facility manager told the family that the contents were going to be sold. The truth came out among the banana boxes and old. Tv's rested the greenwich skeletal remains authorities. Identify the grandma as an bunch born on january. First one thousand nine hundred. Since the woman's death in nineteen ninety five her remains had been stored inside a painted blue coffin in a storage unit. That wasn't air conditioned for seventeen years. Her remains rested inside a warm storage unit. The body had been properly prepared for burial by funeral home. L. bama which explains the lack of odor number six. A lot of people refuse to go to public pools and he'd be. This will be one more reason. An elderly man named jacob pastor who swam in a public pool in colorado used the same locker in the changing room. Every time he visited a lot of the lockers went unused as most people didn't even need to use them and it wasn't a very crowded pool to begin with one unfortunate day however perhaps he had tired himself out a little too much and opened the wrong locker. The one right next to his usual one. The skeletal remains of human fell out from the locker. Almost as if tackling him to the ground by the looks of the body that once was had been there for years as it was fully decomposed. It looked as though somebody had been forcedly jammed in there or perhaps they simply got stuck in their themselves. That mystery will remain unsolved
"greenwich" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
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"greenwich" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Than comes victory y. And i it is absolutely true that those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it and answer and sometimes even if we do learn from history with doom three. When if we do those. I so conscious human beings only right so once again. We're we're just about at a time. I want to remind people of the website is emma pullover dot com. She has a book signing. If you're in a lower michigan area This weekend she has book signing this saturday. I believe that's the twentieth. Yes the twentieth and so And the new book will be available there and you get to meet the author and have a good time and you know. Celebrate your work. So i hope people come out and celebrate with you and i appreciate your time coming here today and helping. Educate my audience at me About some of this stuff and i. You're welcome back anytime you know. You got another book coming out ever you want to promote that or just something interesting on your blog or your website that you wanna talk about. You're welcome back anytime. I appreciate your time today. Thank you for having me. Thank you have a great day. Bye for now. This episode is brought to you by put me in the story put me in. The story creates personalized books kid. I taking bestselling children's picture books and well loved characters allowing you to create personalized books. That make your child the star of the story alongside their favorite characters. Save twenty five percent storewide when you click the link on mine dog. Tv dot com and use the code. Save twenty five. We're also sponsored by the lovely lovely asia online stop for modern irresistible affordable. Women's clothing never before has dressing yourself been so easy. Lovelies carefully curated selection of apparel accessories and adware always on trend in always available at the web best prices lovely is dedicated to delivering high quality clothing to women. That will make them look and feel their best. They believe every woman has the right to dress well and shouldn't have to spend a lot to love how she looks. They make it easy to wear outfits you love every day giving you the confidence to take on the world. Lovely dot com. Some fashion trends are now forty percent off starting at just five ninety nine get an extra eighteen percent off with the link on mine dog. Tv dot com and use the code jfk eighteen. We're also sponsored by vapor. Dna founded in two thousand thirteen vapor. Dna is the premier online store offering an industry leading selection of electronic cigarettes e e liquids and accessories. They're friendly and knowledgeable. Customer service team is always ready to provide the best customer service experience to ensure. You find what you're looking for. They guarantee their products to be one hundred percent genuine and at the lowest possible price. They're so confident. In their selection and customer service. They offer their customers. Eight forty five day refund. Save twenty percent when you click the link on mine dog. Tv dot com and use the code. Orion emma for folks and some interesting history there again. Check out her website. It's emma pillow by dot com. And you'll find out all about and some interesting reading about lots of stuff you know historical and contemporary. Especially if you live in her area. I do appreciate share her appreciation for small town america. I i've often said That you know. I would love to retire in in a really small town somewhere where it's warm for preventing that the northern part of the country. But all good good chance to retire small towns to retire and seem to have been taken I had my eye on las cruces for a while but now it's gone too big. It's it's gone you know it's a little bit too big but i do love small town. American there's something written this charm. A unique charm in every single small town in american. And i say small towns population under five thousand or so so I share her love of that ner- appreciation of that. Hope you enjoyed this program. I hope you got some value out of it And hope you come back and tell your friends about and subscribing going youtube channels guide there and go to mind dot tv dot com and get on my man lists or you know we're going to have great guests on and questions and comments to me info at mondo. Tv dot com info might not be dot till tonight at eight pm when my guest will be john. Tanner who's the author of the book Barrio in the bombshell. It's all about an education Cheating scandal that ended the fbi and the dea doj were kind of misled and charged a.
"greenwich" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"What we call the velvet revolution. Yes exactly week. I i arrived and jfk. On december twenty second in nineteen eighty nine. Dad was right. After the velvet revolution that culminated on november twenty seven. Where's the general strike in nineteen ninety nine. And that was the lad by my personal hero. Late president bought somehow. Wild was a great. I gotta weird screeching my is. I don't know what that is anyway. i am putting you website In the scroll down there thelma. Pullover dot com if people wanna learn more about her offering to books And her blog and all that kind of stuff. Just go there in the meantime Can you Because i when i say the words velvet revolution i'm sure a lot of americans say what the hell is that. I never heard of that before. Can you can give the the quick. Reader's digest version of. What exactly happened in czechoslovakia and during the revolution It started with students strike on november. Seventeen so actually they are commemorating those ten days. That turned everything around in former czechoslovakia right now as we speak it started on november seventeenth marinated with the general strike on november twenty seven. And that's how the entire communism and the entire machinery collapsed. You're in eastern days on. That's the reason why it was called. The velvet revolution is because there was no violence was absolutely no violence. The exception of the first day when the communists send out a special forces and even then no one was injured when having bitch investigation. No one was injured. And that's the way the leader vowed somehow wanted. He did not want any violence and that has professed at the very beginning of the revolution. And that's how the name became velvet revolution. Were the minute i saw. We get a little bit of feedback so debate with me. I'm going to try to be a little slow as i try to. Make the transition from amazon to speaking to my speaking because She's more comfortable right now. We started without headphones. And that's what's closing that. I think but so What made you have family. Wanna come to america because it sounds like liberating time you might i. You know. I would think you'd want to stay there after the revolution. What made you decide to come through. Actually the first story called event that happened in the old country was what spurred the entire immigration saga and mosques the nineteen sixty eight proxy spring when the country was occupied by by the soviet tanks and the entire troops armies of the warsaw pact. So that's what starting at that time. My father was teaching in africa and when he found out about the occupation and he wasn't afraid of course of religious persecution as well at the time he decided he was non going back to the country in the aftermath off the occupation so they decided by parents to mainly my dad. My mom wanted to go back. And that's where the conflict in the entire starts. That's where. I rolled out the book as i followed with is first conflict than my dad. Didn't want wanna go back to the old country as opposed to my mom. She wanted to go back because she was homestake. She did not wanna leave the country. So that's the first funds like it's actually the whole will. Experience is to historical events. The first one is the practice bring on the second one. The letter of sewing wasn't major challenge trying to encapsulate five decades of our lives on the backdrop of these historical events. So you must have been very young Do you have memo memories of czechoslovakia. A strong memories of them were too long ago qian. Yeah i do remember the country and then we return because my mom didn't like living in the us so we returned nineteen seventy-three three. He return was still a kid. But i do remember. Of course i remember the country. I remember going to the store and along the lines. That's what socialism was all about. You know there was never enough or anything. You have to wait for everything we never had and people have been asking me. If i can place like an analogy of living in socialism living during the kobe darah and i can i really can because we never had enough toilet paper you are constantly afraid. Fear that someone behind your bag might be listening and third. We couldn't travel to the western countries out. Solid jenny analogy. Are you know stimuli. Or you know you. A conversation with because I often get into the conversation. Where people you know the word. Communism the word socialism pops up in our political discourse so often and i kind of come from my perspective is people have no idea what real in this country have no idea what real communism or socialism is like. They like to use that for You know a a fear Mechanism to get people you know to to be afraid of one side or the other but It's it's nowhere near like what what people in eastern europe experienced. We've never come close to that halfway absolutely not only our viewers and stay calm. We have not even come this. Close the major pillars of living in dictatorships such socialism or communism is the leadership of one party only and that was the leadership off the communist party said part of right from the get go and the minister parties set out the rules for all of us. And that's what we had to leave by and we never actually reached communism because communism is a seri- when everyone partake and shares in these communities. And nobody really prospers. So we lived in socialism where they nationalized all the businesses private businesses. that was all nationalized. The healthcare was nationalized. Read only one healthcare system and that paid for everything that page for your dental vision everything so we're nowhere near that and it takes an achy to achieve that it takes a lot we we gripe about the new party system but i always say to. Our two party system is bad. We need more parties but there is something worse than the two party system and that's a one party system and that's basically when net or breaks down and then that's when you get dictatorship and i think no matter what the economic model is the real problem is dictatorships the the dictatorship a one party and the admirals they communist party and we all have to go vote and we voted for that one party. Can you imagine the irony of that. You have to vote and there's only.
Let's Talk About Toilets
"So world toilet day is coming up and the response to hearing that there is a serious. Un sponsor day for toilets might make people laugh or feel a little iffy on discussing it. So why would we need a day like that. Well what would you do if you didn't have a toilet a fair point. This is brooke yamaguchi. She's a water sanitation and hygiene specialist at the united nations children's fund also known as yuna south based in new york. She knows a lot about toilets. I mean the ability to manage our bodily functions and these things that we frequently don't talk about but are so core toss bodily functions of urination defecation for half the population menstruation. Really at the core of our dignity. it's also a foundation for health without a toilet that contains waste and then separates it from people coming in contact with that waste. We would all be exposed to harmful pathogens that cause many different illnesses and diseases and it doesn't stop at the toilet either so without waste being safely transported away from our toilets and from our homes and treated somewhere we would all be surrounded by wastewater and our neighborhoods and in the environment so in terms of the numbers. Can you give me a wide angle view of toilet access as global issue. Will there are three main things that we measure the global level. This is tom sleigh maker. he also focuses on global monitoring of drinking water sanitation and hygiene at unicef headquarters in new york. He sees the big picture of how this plays out around the world. He spoke to us on a rainy day from london to one. Is the population here. Practice open defecation. So that man's added kind of told us a tool a may just is that bush's fails beaches little. Walter crosses the other thing that we measure is the population with basic sanitation service. So means that they have. Some kind of hygienic toilets but is not being shad with other people. It's not shadow the household and then the next level of service up is what we call safely managed sanitation. I'm not means that you not only have a hygiene twins but you also have a mechanism in place to ensure shaming west. That's produced is then being treated on despised safely before being discharged pakistan arm and how many people fall into each of these categories so the global level resell have six hundred. Seventy three million people practicing cash there about two billion people still lack even basic level of service wanting people worldwide and if you look at the population without sanitation that's more like four point. Two billion people that is more than half the people on earth and runs the risk of getting sick every day. Do we have an idea of how many people die as a result of this problem. Whol have estimated globally around one point. Two million deaths could have been prevented through access to cat drinking water sanitation hygiene. The problem is particularly acute for young. Children are very vulnerable. And so i think we estimate there around three hundred thousand children under five who die each year as a result of not having bicyc- water sanitation and hygiene. So when you look at a map where do you see this happening. While some regions and countries have much further to go. If you look out you'll say that particularly sub saharan africa asia and will say ice yanni of civic have much lower levels of coverage of sanitation. And this is polly today with greenwich stages of developments in my slate core countries. But even if you move up the ladder you start to look at issues of treatments and disposal of waste even in europe and north america and australia and new zealand. We're still only at about three quarters of the population that has high says site. All countries have further to go in order to improve sanitation but obviously by roles starting at different positions.
"greenwich" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And east Greenwich you're getting that rain maybe even some thunder and lightning are will more the forecast coming UP but first this story a tragedy on the north shore of car crash claims the life of the Salem police officer the accident took place late last night the impact so jarring it woke this neighbor from a sound sleep shook the house a little bit so I again I thought perhaps it was a car up against my home ran outside and car parts everywhere he said he could see first responders visibly distraught and shaken when they reach the vehicles and realized their colleague officer datum is old was inside one of the cars Stephanie has lived in the city for three decades in new officer Mazzola well she says his death and the pain and sorrow she now feels surpasses any emotion she's experienced during these last few one certain and sometimes turbulent months it overwhelms it overwhelms he used to patrol the neighborhood I live in and nicest guy just the nicest guy a big teddy bear in Salem Chris pharma WBZ Boston news radio the mayor of Salem Kim Driscoll says she's absolutely devastated to hear of the death that their families often go to the same church services she adds up Mazzola had a big heart and was a warm and caring family man all right coming up on one oh seven were about a minute away from a check of Bloomberg business news keep it right here Colorado's governor's order prosecutors to reopen the investigation into the death of Elijah McLain a black man put into a chokehold by suburban Denver police last year the governor gave the order to the state Attorney General to possibly prosecute the three white officers involved Gabi good terrace with the store after more than three million people signed an online petition and celebrities from Ellen to generous to Alyssa Milano called attention to the story the governor has appointed the state's Attorney General as a special prosecutor in the case last August Aurora police stopped the plane after getting a call about a suspicious person walking down the street they say he fought back an officer used a chokehold paramedics gave him the medication to calm them down and that's when McLean went into cardiac arrest D. A. Dave young originally chose not to file criminal charges against the officers due to an autopsy report that found the claims cause of death to be undetermined what awaited moto Rivera joins us from Bloomberg business news and why the yeah the down move so to speak on the databank a lorry stocks are sinking because virus cases are rising and roll backs were announced in Texas and Florida the Dow is down more than five hundred points to percent the S. and P. and the nasdaq are just over one and a half percent lower Europe is getting closer to banning American travelers from entering the E. U. because of the corona virus Bloomberg has seen a draft copy of countries that will be allowed in and the U. S. is not on the list Unilever maker of dove soap and Lipton tea today pulled ads from Facebook and Twitter citing hate speech and polarization I'm on a roll Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio is your car getting three weeks to the gallon well those days are over as the phases Kickin traffic picks up traffic on the threes on WBZ Boston news radio.
"greenwich" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Me because I'm having a technical problem I just need to find one that sent to the next person it's absolutely with me just a committee on aging chaired by Susan Collins of Maine died at the I hope senator Blumenthal who is right here thank you madam chair thank you senator Collins and senator Casey for bring us together on is supremely important topic and as I was listening to my colleagues I couldn't help but remember last Monday when I accompanied senior pastor Patrick Collins in a ritual that he has done early every morning he placed his white flags on the lawn in front of the first congregational church in Greenwich Connecticut and I accompany him last Monday as we together placed sixty nine new flags for each covert nineteen death in the state of Connecticut on Tuesday the day afterwards center pastor Collins placed forty one more flags yesterday twenty three right now literally as we hold this hearing exactly to the moment pastor Collins it is almost certainly placing another fifty seven new white flags adding to this sea of markers in front of us the first congregational church in granite this is a repair C. span radio programming from Friday everyone of those flags.
"greenwich" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Eleven PM Greenwich mean time tonight even sure when that is mine okay yeah that's about thirty minutes if my calculations are correct so about thirty minutes thirty minutes late is German five PM our time the UK will leave the European Union this is I mean this is amazing to me because this thing was left for dead you know it's been years in the making obviously they voted the people there to get out of the European Union and all sorts of people were trying to get a threesome may with them and I will get bored us Boris it's great man we're leaving and you folks come with me and man I saw a video earlier where the European Union folks they had all the flags of the European Union in the tip the one from the U. K. over took the flag often folded up in these folks are all always didn't beers and yeah so we're out here's what's going to happen with the European Union and the UK because I know what I mean no no no Donald Trump and I know how he operates this guy he's gonna make such a deal with with with the with England that the European Union folks the rest of August are clamoring is is a look I'll meet with you on an individual basis but I can make a deal like this with the whole of you I'm I gotta deal with Germany saying we're gonna be with grace are you kidding me so if you folks want to break up and make your own deal and it'll be Donald Trump who destroys the European Union so this is from National Review it says rags it is the most important moment for democracy since nineteen eighty nine why if the European Union were merely the European market Roeg's it would be foolish the United Kingdom is enjoy the kind of privileged access to the common market because it retains its own powerful currency rather than the euro which in reality is managed on behalf of Germany and against the interests of southern Europe well the European Union is not just a market but a political project really a kind of institutionalized utopian project and they say it was it's been a failure you give up your sovereignty would you give up your your your currency and that's what the folks in the UK in you and that's what they didn't do that and now they're out and now they're on their own we'll be back stay with us red super talking ninety nine seven from the W. T. in new center and Pamela for with your top stories the corona viruses doing a number on Wall Street today a big number all three major stock indexes saw significant losses today over worries the impact of the virus on businesses is just beginning Dow finished more than six hundred points down a loss of more than two percent of its value yes in the five hundred lost fifty eight points and the nasdaq dropped one hundred forty eight points meanwhile the department of health and Human Services is declaring the corona virus presents a public health emergency in the United States president trump signed a proclamation temporarily suspending entry for foreign nationals who recently traveled to China this comes as a seventh case was just confirmed in California's bay area that is the latest news traffic.
"greenwich" Discussed on KTOK
"This is this time in Greenwich Connecticut Tom glad you called her great to have you with us the I. B. network high great to speak to you thank you Sir all right connect you with great sure enough shout out to the greatest Republican supporter in the state of Florida. sure go ahead. retired US colonel. and current Republican county cherub Hillsborough County my brother Jim more shock. this call number ten the algorithms work I'm unless you showed and times we'll go back to my question really quick the freak show that had been the the Democrat freak show that happened is weekend up in New Hampshire were they were all talking about trump's two thousand eighteen tax cut. and they were all up there saying that benefited the one percent well first of all they're all in the one percent to begin with but might might point the ball was I said listen when you go to your account. your account in one year two thousand eighteen taxes trump's tax plan and they all have the computers they all have the same programs one your taxes under the old plan of two thousand seventeen joke you're saving so much money under trump's tax plan you store your account Hey I'm saving ten thousand dollars a year doing my taxes under trump's tax plan you know I've I've mentioned this about twenty times on the on the on the program before that the fact these people all claiming they're not paying enough in taxes never seem to go out and write a check to the treasury. they want you to do it they want your taxes going.
"greenwich" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Everywhere in the world you know but that has to be changed you know that that's Greenwich mean time which is so racist I'm surprised occasional cortex hasn't said that calendars and clocks have to be changed because they're based upon the English system yeah that's offensive to Latinos to have that kind of system why should be Greenwich mean time why shouldn't be Rio meantime why should the world start in Brooklyn who says Greenwich England is where time should start every day why should time be set around Greenwich mean time U. S. federal deficit under Obama you know what it was that don't bother me with that Mike that's inconvenient to know that well tell you anyway take out a pencil write it down pence or member that thinking that lead in it or ink and you made notes with it on a piece of paper remember those days before the paperless world immediacy well on that piece of paper at the federal deficit under Obama was five eight seven and then put billion behind on the Donald Trump first term it was six six six nice number billion and now on the Donald Trump the federal deficit is one trillion dollars but wait a minute don't know what you ever don't alecto socialist because the blow the budget out they'll just spread like crazy and I'll tax like crazy that's so so I made my best case here's another piece of news for you weren't that you haven't heard yet today trump considers removing bolted as national security adviser Jeffrey Rodak newsmax says the trump is considering dumping an essay the adviser John Bolton according to the washing examiner and it's apparently because Bolton is what he's always been which is a warmonger everyone knows the ball numbers got us into a war with let's see four countries at once the walrus you know the walrus I am the walrus pooper do and the sources say balls aggressive approach to U. S. enemies has at times concern the president in may trump noted Bolton strong views and said he was satisfied with the foreign affairs advice he receives from both of trump said he has strong views on things but that's okay trump said of Bolton I actually temper John which is pretty amazing I'm the one to ten percent that's okay I of different sites I am John Bolton and other people that are a little more dovish than him I like John well now the word is John is out the door he will soon be seen circling the buffet table at Mar a Lago again you'll be seen eating with the help in the kitchen if he's even allowed into the kitchen within a year's time no longer in the inner circle no longer basking in the beautiful glow of Donald in Mrs trump at the main table but instead dining on the left overs in the kitchen this is you know I can't imagine what it be like to work in a government where you there one day and gone tomorrow but it's like a revolving door inside the trump administration I used to ask myself how come Obama never fired anyone you remember those years he had scandal after scandal with this cabinets cabinet members and it was never been anyone thrown out by Obama can anyone explain that to me under Obama almost nobody was dismissed the fire remember no matter what the scandal was on the trump appear appears to me that people come and go like in a revolving door going in and out of a department store.
"greenwich" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Greenwich, Connecticut. They sharks official Twitter account run by search said, it's the first time a great white has ever been tracked into the sound Brian. Clark ABC news. New York, five nineteen fifty nine degrees at sunrise in Boston clear skies and plenty of sunshine today mixing with clouds, high temperatures sixties and seventies a bit later on a homecoming of sorts for a World War. Two aircraft. The plane that took part in the d day invasion in nineteen. Forty four is returning to Europe for the seventy fifth anniversary of the battle the Douglas c forty seven name. That's all brother will drop paratroopers in a reenactment over the French coast next month historians found the plane in aviation bone yard verified its existence through FAA records while surrounding states such as Colorado Missouri, and Oklahoma have all legalized medical or recreational marijuana Kansas remains opposed to that idea. The main reason why eighteen bills that would have legalized some form of marijuana in Kansas, since two thousand six have failed opposition from law enforcement groups groups, such as the Kansas bureau of investigation, which says it has seen firsthand. How marijuana? Particularly from Mexican cartels is linked to violent crime. Kansas highway patrol says it has seen more drivers on pot in recent years, but one lawmaker who supports medical marijuana says he thinks Kansas police officers, just what to use marijuana as an excuse to stop. And search people can Martin ABC news. Saint looney visi NewsRadio part of your morning, routine for six AM to WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty from iheartradio speaker when you first week on radio in your car. Getting your day started with. Here's what's happening with you to keep in four to busy. Boston's newsradio. You've done it. You've found that perfect place the perfect neighborhood. Now all you need is eagle Bank with a team that makes getting a mortgage. A whole lot easier from local decision making to some of the most competitive fixed adjustable rate mortgages, you'll find anywhere we're here to make getting that perfect place. A reality eagle Bank here to help you do more. Call one eight hundred Bank equal member FDIC, member DIF, equal housing lender. Looking for that perfect weekend getaway place on the lake place. Just that sandy path a place where life feels a.
"greenwich" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"From I witness news, Rhode Island declaring itself a second amendment sanctuary community. Town of West Greenwich is the latest to do. So following the example of Burrillville in Hopkinton? Has guns. But they got the right here have somebody down your throat every single minute. The council says the second amendment sanctuary status means the constitutional right to their arms won't be infringed in their town, regardless of what gun related bills state lawmakers passed this session, but the one counselor in West Greenwich who voted against the resolution argued the town is bound to uphold the law, we are civil society. The law is the law is and if you want to change it you change the people over at the state house. That's how it works. A similar message from Governor Gina Raimondo who is said opponents of gun related bills could lobby at the state house. But that's the seed from state law is not an appropriate response. Republican state. Senator Elaine Morgan is leading the charge. Needs. She's asked in her district, including West Greenwich to declare themselves second amendment sanctuary communities and oppose the governor's push for stricter gun control laws. The town of foster is set to take the issue and the towns of Richmond and Gloucester are considering the declaration during meetings next week. Where do you? So you're not even fuck this town, and you came here tonight. Why how important this issue is the Rhode Island coalition against gun? Violence says that this resolution would allow law enforcement to cherry pick the laws at obeys while the police chief here in West Greenwich was at the meeting Wednesday night. So I asked him about that he said, regardless of what happens his department will continue to uphold the law. He says this move by the town was nearly making the statement Goggin from I witness news Dunedin Naylor.
"greenwich" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
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"greenwich" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Hear the Christly discovery in Greenwich, Connecticut. The body of a young woman found stuffed inside a suitcase and left it a wooded area near the. Side of the road. ABC's GIO Benitez is in Greenwich tonight. Police are desperately trying to identify the woman found dead in a suitcase off the side of the road in Greenwich. Connecticut, one of America's safest and wealthiest communities. We have no doubt that there was a homicide involved the growing murder mystery shocking residents. The woman was reportedly found fully clothed with their hands and feet bound inside a red suitcase. She was discovered by highway workers and is believed to be between eighteen and thirty years old right now police think she was killed somewhere else. Then brought here. But the question is when the fluctuating temperatures in this particular area where the victim was found. It was kind of a low lying areas a lot of complexity there. I think that's going to have to be left to the medical examiner and David police here say they've received several leads they're actively pursuing those and they're waiting on that autopsy report hoping that shed some light on what happened here David GIO. Thank you to be index of other news tonight into the police. Officer shot and killed in Milwaukee. Authorities say he was gunned down executing a search warrant the suspect was arrested the married officer's. Name has not been released yet first responders paying tribute to him. He is the city's third officer killed in the last eight months to be underground explosions rocking, Atlanta, at least ten electrical blasts were reported under the city's famous Peachtree street. Fire officials believe rainwater runoff caused underground transformers to explode no injuries reported and the judge arrested for allegedly driving under the influence. Police releasing dash Cam video of judge. Monica Hawkins saying she failed a sobriety test in Franklin county, Ohio officer say she had trouble walking talking. She blames the cold weather for stumbling the judge returning to work. Her own court appearance is next week. Finally tonight here America, strong, and the two loyal dogs coming to the rescue when their owner needed them most beat billet Sadie two labradors in Saint John's, Florida. Their owner, Maureen Hatcher was home alone with the dogs when suddenly she felt something was very wrong. She'd fallen. She could not move. It. Turns out Maureen was having a stroke. I remember Sade come in. And I said I need. Mommy needs out. And then they were gone just watch. This is Maureen doorbell, Canada and you hear Bella and Sadie barking as they race out. Then you see her neighbor Alexander Bolini who saw the dogs and knew something was wrong lane. I started out the oaks something's happened. No answer from inside Alexander goes in. The house was sold dark was so scared to being the but was like something's wrong inside. She finds Maureen and immediately called diamond one you see the paramedics arrive really Maureen out just in time before that stroke could do major damage than blessed very blessed tonight, wearing and her neighbor are convinced was loyal labradors for automation. They say to her because it wasn't down. I don't think she was Bahia with us. I grew up with the lab, they are loyal. And we're just glad Maureen is okay tonight. Thanks for watching here in Wednesday evening. I'm David Muir. I have to say right back here tomorrow. Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash podcast. That's indeed dot com slash podcast..
"greenwich" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness
"Nicole, Nicole wrestling who came up with the music video and lyrics for straight outta Greenwich Greenwich, by the way, that song was actually amazing. Yeah. Well, we came up with the idea for the video right collect one where we base the whole episode around that is at will come up with one idea as the thread through right episodes. And we knew we was trying this in Greenwich. Yeah. We knew it was that this ridiculous music video with the different scenes and stuff like that. But I believe Mike punk grad. So we had on a couple of weeks ago. We have the writers are little writer's room from education show season two on there. I think he wrote the majority lyrics, and we might have tinkered with a little bit. But I think he he wrote the majority of the of the jingle. Yeah. What what we'll do is. We'll basically write your will will write down bunch of ideas and say here, can you somehow make this into something? And then sure enough it was the same with the edge insana show jingle. I said, so here's some wines. I don't know if they work and then the next morning will get back. You know, the. Him Mike, spitting spitting bars on welcome to Greenwich and complete with backing track. And because he's got a home studio. And man, he he. Killed it on those. And I never thought that me torquing would be seen on television. But it was a good question. This one's from Bobby at Bodo, the the money to the punny. That's sure it is for both. Is there any particular matchy personally felt was one of your best? But it doesn't tend to get the mention as much as others that are up there on the list that actually at the top of my head. There's one that you, and I had that was when we had split up, and we're feuding for the inner Connell championship. And I just lost it back to you. And we're just kind of maybe starting to to to start to feel. What we thought we should've had off the hop with our feud. We've talked about how we both had some issues, and maybe put too much pressure on herself to really make this into something. But there was an under the radar, and I think it was in a UK pay per view where we had a cage match in the old blue cage. And rebellion. Maybe see one of those. But I think that's one that that I never hear about. But if you go back and watch it I thought it was really really well done cage match, and the obviously the the audience that was there that night helped quite a bit. But we had kind of gotten the story line along this way to where it was. And it was cool because we grew up both grew up watching, you know, in the, you know, HOGAN with a with a blue cage, and it was just cool for us to have a chance to get in there. And Russell, and even the kind of unique finish we did where I had climbed all the way over and you had reached through and grab my feet took your risk tape off and and tied my feet together. And I was like my literally like fingertips were almost like maybe a half an inch from the ground and you climb down jump down right beside be for the finish. Was under the radar off top my head. I thought you know, we came up the cool finish that. I'd never seen in the cage before and was possible with that cage can do obviously that the gauges they use now. But yeah, grownup seeing, you know, HOGAN orndorff from HOGAN, boss, man and HOGAN Bundy, and you know, on him Brett in the blue cage. It was it was fun to be in that one. But that thing hurt a lot that didn't give at all. So I see why they got rid of it. But I'm glad to do one in. There seemed fitting that we were against each other. Eric suitor at e suit or two four eight is asking traded the wrestling ring the Olympic rings, what events would you guys consider or dream of competing in individual team summer winter..
"greenwich" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT
"And I'm really curious. Why does the edge need a database welfare? Should definitely great question. And I guess it schools related to why at computing at. All right. My short answer. Here is response time. I t's really a major transit opening different types of opportunities in new technologies for the market and deserve. All completely deal. They were possible before in many ways, I jeez, just onto angle of the big data problems that we faced a few years ago, multiply, but exponential factor it touches all four visa of big data, but mostly volumes are lawsuit variety sensors produce thousands of data points, and we're talking about thousands of sensors at the same time this gives an incredible level precision in Greenwich letter to to take the seasons. But of course, the the more data that you're doing. Thunder more complex, it gets transport and process all this data. And if you have real time data being produced and collected. Why would waste a chance to make real time? Decisions swell streaming oldest data to the cloud in order to make this decisions is definitely a non natural way to handle this challenge and has several problems like the network latency. For example, the reliability of two connection with the cloud. And of course costs the cloud is not cheap. At all. I think that's where computing new rated comes into the scene how this change the application development. Well, extracting meaningful information of the state in real time. This will require more robust infrastructure for depletion point of view, especially the edge computing location at that, I've as is a very important component to help you to do that. And make it easier to develop justifications, and I think here we have to talk about what would be such database. We definitely see that certainly needs to be designed knowing how to constrain like having for example,.
"greenwich" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"That things will always be the same that things work, and they will continue working and today, I see more and more companies developing this disease and therefore finding themselves in the future graveyard. I mean, just this few months in US toys, R us, Sears the giants of business here story, invented the industry with them mail. Order homes in the twenties and thirties. That. So I see companies developing this disease more often than ever before fractionally. Just rang so true when it's so important. I mean, we all know the adage, if you if you're planning your future based on your past success in the strategy, your best that's a recipe for disaster that we know that. But I don't think it's one of those things I say that I think people know stuff, but don't do stuff because well, it's different for us where different industry is different with this is different for that. No, it's not you're going down. And I think I think on top of it, you know, you, and I talked about this in context of other work that you've done before, you know, you, you know, on the surface of it. What brought the the Titanic down was an iceberg. But we now know customer service was part of subtle arrogance was part of it. There's a whole myriad of things that the that that below the surface. That's not meant as a pun. But it's there are so many other things below that. We just don't pay attention to. And I think the we tell ourselves we're better than because we solve an initial problem in you. And I talked about this in our previous jet off air where you were doing wonderful work in Africa night said that I written a pace that I talked about second level third level fourth level problems. And we are as a as business we look at it. What's the problem is this when most sales where we go out and get more sales. I see this all the time. Now, it's very popular because of Greenwich dome, the textual business, I've said this many times companies if we tax business tomorrow you will go bankrupt. Been the worst hit you ever done because you don't have things in place to make it happen might look like the greatest thing. I had a friend who got an order for one hundred thousand copies of his book from Costco about fifteen years ago. It almost bankrupted him because they take it on a short-term consignment, and then they ship ship back to your didn't sell by throwing in a box against all up. And you still gotta pay not only for the shipping. But for the original books, and this is an example of not thinking below those levels, you did wonderful work with Africa. You know, we talked about on that call you, and I had about how I'm very much in favor of electric 'cause I love the I do that. But we forget that when you plug your car, and you put it into an infrastructure, you plug it into a system that is ailing unfailing, so bad, and guess what? That system is powered by coal. So. Great. We plugged into. The electric is electric came from coal and on top of that battery in your car is made of color boat..