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On the trail of COVID-19 misinformation
"Hi. An tesha Mitchell welcome to science fiction. You are about to mate to people who have really felt the fault lines of covid nineteen in their families. But in the way you might imagine. A mother, he told me I've been on the Victorian government website and the coronavirus testing is boosted a son. That's when my father said Australian scientists have now found out that sunlight is quite effective in preventing nineteen fiction confronting two pieces of medical misinformation. When it comes to medical misinformation, that term is actually really knew what we're used to as snake oil quackery, the waves of misinformation misleading content conspiracy content. It's really everywhere in a way that's really shocking. ABC's technology reporter investigative journalist Ariel Bogle joins us. Now she's been tracking the spread of health information since this pandemic began some of its mono-, some of it easy flat out dangerous and aerial imagine the spink kind of like wrestling with the arms of an octopus. It's really out there. I've seen dodgy posts and videos about carbon nineteen everywhere, and when we put a call out on ABC News website for examples. We received hundreds of tips and that's we're investigating here in click sick this a three part series on where health misinformation comes from, and it's impacting our lives. We're going to start with a single social media post then aerial and the team going digging and found what's out. There is really confusing papal testing their relationships including this woman. We'll call her lucy she lives a life on the move. Yeah Gypsy had. For more than two years Lucy's been travelling around Australia with a small dog picks the angel in a Pink Caravan. I couldn't afford to rent a house at any of the places places near where my children live, which ones album winds up in Byron Bay. So then I was like our will all to stick to being in the caravan and and that way I can float between my children but early in the pandemic in Queensland and interstate travel bans kept her apart from the son and daughter. So when restrictions as FA- caravan parks in Victoria I really wanted to just come and see my son that was that was migraine lot and I just bugged out acquaintance. When she arrived in Melbourne, she heads straight for his sons share house. There's been a dramatic escalation in the efforts to control a spiking corona virus cases in. Victoria in Melbourne. Getting grim as the number of covid nineteen cases, Russula, large parts of Melbourne now in danger of being put into lockdown. So I, only really got to see my son. A COUPLE OF TIMES BECAUSE? I want it to be careful because I didn't know you know how well they were self-isolating and protecting themselves. Busey was more worried than most about being infected with the coronavirus as you're going to hear Ya when Melbourne look like it was heading for a second wave of covid nineteen she bio just before the city went into second lockdown she was staying in a caravan park in country Victoria when she got some bad news on he got really sick really really sick about a week after I left Melbourne a son was on the fine couldn't get out of bed aching alive. You know coughing and I was really nervous I was like honey I really think you should get tested. It wasn't clear what it was, but his son saying it's probably not covid earned. It's probably just a bad flu and I was like, yeah. But for my sake, just to reassure your Mama I'd really appreciate it. If you go get tested because if you get tested and it's negative than I, know at least I'm okay and then he said something that really took her by surprise his words on the phone were I've been on the Victorian government website and the coronavirus testing is boosted. Lucy was really worried about him, but she was also especially worried for Oregon Health I've got to autoimmune diseases and the worst being rheumatoid arthritis, which affects all the joints causes stiffness and sometimes I can't walk. So Lucy takes powerful medication, which also suppresses her immune system's ability to protect itself from infections. My immune system does not function well. Well doesn't really function at all. But I do tend to pick out coughs and colds and sniffles sore throats if I just around people. I live as a total recluse on my iron but that's what I have to do to to stay healthy. And this means contain is a big threat to. Lucy. So at this point, lucy son was feeling really sick and they was a risk he might have covid nineteen though it seems he wasn't eager to take testify doubt. It's important to say that Lucy son didn't want to be part of the story. Sorry. These impressions only. But this was a time when Victorian health authorities wanted everyone even with modest symptoms to get tested to help contain the pandemic Lucy didn't know what to do so I said well. What makes you think that it's crap and he said, well, I've been reading on the government website and it says the tests that they give you. Is just the test corona viruses in general, not specific to. Sarah's To the one that causes covid nineteen then her sunset Lucy a screen shot of a website he'd seen on facebook and it was from CDC Dot Gov Had the link at the top and pretty said what he'd said. But it had like highlights across the words and a big Red Maka pen round
ICYMI: Zoom alternatives
"Spent the week looking at zoom alternatives. This was in response to what happened on Monday when Zoom went out for three and a half hours causing all those remote workers and all those students on their first day of school to start screaming what am I gonNa do what am I going to do? Well, there are several alternatives out there I don't think any of them are is easy to use in as smooth as as zoom, but if it ain't workin. Let's look at some of the other ones Google meet Webex skype Microsoft teams, facebook messenger rooms, gotomeeting whereby discord and Gypsy. Let's start with Google meat. That's the most heavily advertised. Google. Is really pushing it hard. It's kind of a bare bones, but it works APP it'll do you find the features are not there in meat like are in zoom for the best feature though is this automatic transcription feature which sounds pretty cool until you ask Google if you could save the transcripts and they say, no, you can't nor can they translate? Google will one day get their act together. Well, that's from Cisco is the best all around alternative it was originally a APP, the charge you money. Now, you can get a free version for. Beatings up to an hour after that, you have to start paying it has all the tools you want. It's pretty simple to use. So I really liked that one suggested check it out skype is the granddaddy. It's the one that started all always been confusing hard get people to connect with you on skype unless they have the APP and you have the APP and they you have to approve them and it's like the fate facebook buddy system where you have to welcome them in. Once they're welcome in it's great but the the the snag is connecting. Microsoft teams is built for corporations for enterprises and If you work at a company everybody in the company has Microsoft teams and since notes back and forth to each other video is sort of an afterthought. It works best if it's someone in your organization Facebook Messenger Rooms, this is facebook's zoom killer I don't think. So the idea is pretty good. You can have a private conversation with as many people as you want to have it with. But by fault that conversation goes to your news feed for everyone to see and everyone to join in, you're going to have to tweak some stuff in there to get it. To be private I'll skip that one goto meeting against solid. It's free for up to three participants that may not be enough for you whereby is very interesting. It's Norwegian company It's really best for one to one chats. The free version will only let you chat with up to four people. After that, you'll have to pay ten dollars a month, but overall I really liked it and sharing was really easy it's worth checking out discord is really aimed at gamers. They would like other people to start using it they. They say it's good for Yoga classes in school clubs, but there's been a lot of heat of. On on the service so I would I would use one of the other ones. Finally Gypsy. This is nerd paradise it's open source it's totally free. But it's so nerdy that if you WANNA, record your meeting they say great go to a live stream on youtube and then you can watch it there. That's not for me I'll stick with zoom again the all around. Best APP, when it works and if it doesn't work, I'm probably going for Webex.
"gypsy" Discussed on Vamily Show
"I'm not a big person to be in front of crowd. I never had been I thought more because. I was already in shape. I did construction I worked for the Carpenters Union are used to lift weights with everyone I some my friends are professional arm wrestlers. Clinton. Mendez he he arm wrestle. So I was lifting with some really big guys. And I met a guy who's fighting and I thought well, this sounds fun I gotta fight and spirit my past. Has. been. Kind of rough and I've come out of a lot of. Things that I've made some bad decisions on in the past but Fighting. was always part of my life and I didn't want I've fought a lot when I was a kid in school and with other people But since then I've changed my life and I still wanted that fighting sent. So yeah. Youtube is kind of a challenge for me because I am somewhat intimidated. I do like to To produce good videos I like to you know. and that is a challenge in itself. It's not as is physical, but it's still kind of challenge to me and. Older, some of the physical stuff is harder for me to and I do have a bad back now I not sounds like an excuse, but it does hurt every day. So. I want more of a mental challenge now than a physical one and this is a is a challenge. It's a lot of work. To work. fulltime job and all my part-time jobs on top of it. It's just it's a big challenge for me. So in a sense, it is still challenged I do like getting phone with people is on Karaoke for the first time the other day, which I'm not a singer and that was intimidating for me too. But I just if if I'm scared of something that's where I go right ahead in your head right in I'm Kinda to sit back and if something is intimidating to me, that's what I wanna do I wanNA overcome that. So I'm not afraid of anything in life, and if I am try to face it head on. Yeah Yeah And then traveling salvation wants to know what school did you find out of be trained with Cole Miller? Jakko Kenichiro. I believe that's how you that one..
The best Zoom alternatives
"Is Jefferson Graham Ula, the weekend edition of talking. Tech. In your I've spent the week looking at zoom alternatives. This was in response to what happened on Monday when Zoom went out for three and a half hours causing all those remote workers and all those students on their first day of school to start screaming what am I gonNa do what am I going to do? Well, there are several alternatives out there I don't think any of them are is easy to use in smooth as as zoom, but if it ain't workman. Let's look at some of the other ones. Google meet Webex skype Microsoft teams facebook Messenger Rooms gotomeeting. Discord and Gypsy. Let's start with Google meat. That's the most heavily advertised Google is really pushing it hard. It's Kinda bare bones, but it works APP. It'll do you find the features are not there in meat like are in zoom for the best feature though is this automatic transcription feature which sounds pretty cool until you ask Google, if you could save the transcripts and they say, no, you can't nor can they translate? Google will one day get their act together. Whether. That's from CISCO IS THE BEST Round Alternative. It was originally a APP the charge you money. Now, you can get a free version for beatings up to an hour. After that you have to start paying it has all the tools you want. It's pretty simple to use. So really liked that one suggested check it out skype is the granddaddy it's. The one that started it. All always been confusing hard to get people to connect with you on skype unless they have the APP and you have the APP and they you have to approve them and I it's like the facebook buddy system where you have to welcome them in. Once they're welcome in it's great but the pro the snag is connecting. Microsoft teams is built for corporations for enterprises and If you work at a company everybody in the company Microsoft teams since notes back and forth to each other video is sort of after thought it works best if it's someone in your organization, Facebook Messenger rooms this is facebook's zoom killer. I don't think. So the idea is pretty good. You can have a private conversation with as many people as you want to have it with but by default that conversation goes to your news feed for everyone to see and everyone to join in, you're going to have to tweak some stuff in there to get it to be private. I'll skip that one goto meeting against solid it's free for up. To three participants that may not be enough for you whereby is very interesting it's Norwegian company It's really best for one to one chats. The free version will only let you chat with up to four people. After that, you'll have to pay ten dollars a month, but overall I really liked it and sharing was really easy it's worth checking out discord is really aimed at gamers. They'd like other people to start using it as they say, it's good for Yoga classes in school clubs, but there's been a lot of heat a lot of bullying on on the service. So I would I would use one the other ones finally Gypsy this is nerd paradise it's open source it's
Sorry, Cher. the USPS Doesn't Allow Volunteers
"Back again. Like a bad penny. She keeps turning up. Everywhere I share. Actress singer yesterday, trying to convince the United States Postal Service let her volunteer. She She wanted to go because the male is not being delivered because you know Trump is locking up the mailboxes. He's moving mailboxes. He's stealing the election Go, so she wanted to volunteer. Fine. Eventually Supervisor told her they didn't take volunteers and that she needed submit fingerprints and go through a background Chuck well for her. Get in line with all the other gypsies, tramps and thieves so share wanting the volunteer buying into the the manufactured crisis, false narrative and fake news. That the president was off to steal the election with the mail trucks on the flatbeds. That was Jamie Lee Curtis that said that but apparently Jamie Lee and share Well, they talk all the time.
"gypsy" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"So what do you do about the guy that's making thirty million dollars next year that doesn't fit in to that big do we'll talk about it? Celtics over the sixers in game one, you just heard embiid say gotTa do more game tonight six, thirty, pm Eastern. It's the third straight day we've had an NBA playoff quadruple header. We'll start with the nets and the Raptors at one thirty eastern jazz nuggets after a great game one at four PM Eastern and then we'll end the night mavericks. Clippers at nine eastern, you can hear that game. On. ESPN radio he said, Luca remember coming off forty two in his first NBA playoff game though Celtics highlights courtesy of ninety eight,.
"gypsy" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Really WANNA use that as an excuse but he also said the game plan was fine. We didn't execute it but there ain't nothing normal about being in this bubble. Different different aspect of was. Marina bubble. Fans. But as far as me being locked in on the game. That didn't change not one bit going on making place playing. At a high level of our team win. Saying. Nothing, changed from it. So. It was the same. Keyshawn jails even brought to you by straight talk wireless no contract no compromise. How about some straight talk on some of garble talk there from Lebron Yeah I'll give you straight talk on this one. Lebron James There's no doubt. He is extremely cerebral. He is aware and yes somebody who is has heightened sense of awareness. You recognize all the energy is different when you're in the playoffs and they're no fans around. But guess what? When a Games over you don't say that you know that makes recognize. Different when you publicly say that then people start to say, what are you trying to give me excuses in the one thing they going to do that anyway. People, hate on the Bron- dislike him and say negative stuff just because I understand that. But this, these are the type of things that fueled the detractors that start to compare Lebron James Kobe, Bryant Michael Jordan's because those guys didn't say. They didn't the first thing out of their mouths wasn't about well different environment 'cause there's no fans that everybody's been in his bubble for two months keyshawn for. Everybody recognizes that we have virtual fans at its piped-in loud noises. We recognize that this is a different environment. My thing is when you play in the playoffs because you lose your first game. So what we understand is different I doesn't count as an excuse though that's what I'm saying I. Don't think it was an excuse i. think he was explaining to whomever answer ask him a question I'd like to certainly know the context of the question because asked me a question about is a different playing in Reno without fans. Zubin Zubin. Asked me is it difficult to different to played an arena without fans? May come out here and do what we need to do. Tonight, we didn't come here and do what we need to do. Tonight, we need to be better tomorrow and we need to have better defensive schemes shooting five thirty two from the field we I need to do more ad needs to do more will be a different team tomorrow speaking of. George Sodano our man on ESPN seven ten in La Kiesel. Stomping grounds basically said yet ad Letterman scoring. Twenty eight points, but it's plus minus was terrible. Here's George with more on that. You know what else is inexcusable Anthony Davis in thirty nine minutes and eleven seconds of play today the Lakers were outscored by twenty points. He is a top five player in the NBA he's the best big man in the NBA and he needs to dominate. He wanted the pressure of playing for championships. Now, we've got to see him step up to that pressure. That's fair keyshawn that's totally fair. City is A. Look at the end of the day they gave him the ball down low at ties what I what I WANNA do is duck or somebody down there be physical played played big play like your size too many times and being in La and being around and watching him he is a big that likes to play small for whatever reasons he likes to take jump shots. He doesn't like to get down low in bang with the big boys and I think he can do it and especially when you gotta undersized Portland Team on the floor with you just take advantage of case ready for it. Anthony. Davis is a top five talent. He's not a top by player right now and we need to all stop saying this top players in the game right now. Lebron. Jaanus Kawai Dame. James Harden. Those are top by players. Say that HDD it's okay. Here's that. So he can play like top player. We all know that he has the potential to be one of the best we've ever seen as the best big man in the game. All I'm saying is he has not lived up to expectation and watching him float around the perimeter last night when you have camello anthony guarding you go give Carmelo Anthony Buckets how houses commercial anthony he can't guard you Caruso atop. Lake the Bald Eagle Alex Caruso Shadow. Okay. So Jay said you gotta get ready for we're getting ready for the WBZ heavyweight champion of the world. It is our pleasure to welcome in Tyson fury to Keyshawn Jay. Willin Zubin were presented by Progressive Insurance, and Champ joins us on the Shell Pennzoil performance line. Tyson. First things first, there was a time where if you`re The heavyweight champion of the world. If you're one of the best boxers in the world, you are one of the most famous people in the world. Muhammad Ali Joe Frazier Jack Dempsey. Mike. Tyson whomever you name it it's a little bit different now in the boxing world. But what does it mean that you have the words heavyweight boxing champion of the world before your name? Great told me. I was very prestigious thing to be on just heavyweight jumped into the woods on the lineal heavy right jump because of the world which goes back to the days. Of John L Sullivan goes right back, which means the money beat them on who beat the mom Max Kellerman can tell you what more can eat to know more information I'm also the ring magazine heavyweight champion, which means I. Am the dumb of division and also being the most famous ball plumbing. Well, I think I may up and right now. Tyson, you're supposed to fight wilder this summer that obviously made I haven't run virus whatever conversations been about when and how this fight will officially happened. Well. The thing is not the moment is how long piece of string? WorldCom to make it's not been meal wild advice. How can this time in the summer? This discussions have been. Let's see if we think that some live crowd Jane Johnson how? Would you not looking like anytime soon fortunately, I'm a flight of this magnitude between me and Deonte. Copy in a small. Then you would know people in the crowd just too big of A. For to them So which way looking December somebody eighteenth stop so a new date Pennsylvania. We've got. We're trying to speak to the big big eye stadium? Owners Raiders Stadium in Las Vegas also speaking to people in Singapore Saudi Arabia Australia has been mentioned. There's been a few different destinations why maybe we cannot crowds. So yeah, it's an ongoing situation but hopefully, we got over the line and I think would mean meanwhile just like fighters with anyway. And the promote is allowed to do that. They're fantastic job Tyson how serious was your father in wanting to fight Mike Tyson for charity. Very serious the trains every single day. Two hours a day fifty, five years old is in great shape notify anybody he's not found some you know Mike Tyson selected the heroic great he's coming back. So you know it's maybe big fight for him to take one of those. He continues his campaign into division. Tyson's missile. Cool to watch you kind of build the Renaissance for the heavyweight division There's been a lot of speculation out. There are rumors floating around. You may fight Dylan. White before you fight Anthony Joshua, how accurate are those rumors? Curate because I've got to fight. Young there, which is the second bodice Mama plummet the big. Don't history ever. So how can I think about my Dylan White Company. On. The Problem Bummer McKay on a Maya. So where would you rank Anthony Joshua? The wilder is the second baddest man, a planet. Where's Anthony Joshua? I was drinking. Yeah. I'm wilder. ME. Second Wilder Third Aj four cutting guy. And? Wow. What if I told you? You wasn't one and I put Joshua of you. How. Marriage to. Be, merit scholley. Ties. Man Just just GonNa WanNA putting them one. I want you to prove yourself. I don't have to create a millennial leading long range champion for five years. onto the guys have been beat. There's only one on trump and and he goes by the name of the Gypsy King used to be a free Eddie Munster until you have a monster slaying by the. White Dragon plays. Appearance? Gypsy. Can Tyson. What if what if I look at the REC essay you fought a bunch of tomato cans then what You have your opinion thought it means nothing because facts. On there only two on feet long reigning champions only the second modern history beyond Mohammed, Ali to beat to champions for more than ten percents into something about. Tyson furious joining us on Keyshawn Jay Williams even presented by Progressive Insurance Tyson. You said me I. You should have seen the smile on keys because you guys are like long lost brothers or that's level of confidence. I want to ask you right now for fans that have sort of gravitated from boxing to.
"In the last sensationally stirring season of the radio adventures of up Lloyd, our heroes, Dr Floyd, and his young protege Dr Grant found out that their faithful robot companion chips could talk as if this remarkable revelation wasn't enough the first thing chips made clear was that she was a she and he has everyone always assume these two dynamic disclosures left us with a lot of unanswered questions. So let's not waste a second more. Let's join. Grant on the deck of their time and space ship as they learn more about the plucky robots chips. That you could talk all this time. Knowing well, then why did you always say Doodoo well, could you understand me when I say? Yeah Get a different time. No I guess not. We have so many questions we have to ask you for instance, where do you come from? I come from. The One. And you want to hear it. Yes. Yes. We've been waiting since the end of last season well. Come from many years ago I was as chips relates the rushing and truly earth-shattering details ever origin. Let's see what diabolically devious deeds, maniacal Malcontent, Dr Steve and his sneaky sock shaped assistant. To visit. featured. Quickly bring me the phone I need to cast my vote for my favorite dancer on. So I guess you can chop. Who Am I voting for White Beatrice. Of course she's clearly the best chance. Raul is good. I'll give you that but he's Remember to watch the results tomorrow night only on. The Super Study Broadcasting Network. Vote for Beatrice. You don't get to vote. You'll vote for Raoul and well, that's just plain irresponsible I won't allow it. I don't care if you think it's fair or not look more people vote for reality TV shows than for president that means a TV vote carries more weight and I will not allow you to waste of vote when you vote for Raoul. Moat don't give me that suffrage stuff. What do you think you are Susan B. Anthony? You just leave the having voting to wait a minute feature. That's it. Quick to the controls. We need to make a time jump to Rochester, New York on November eighteenth seventy two. We are going to steal the ballots that Susan B. Anthony cast in that year's presidential election the ballot that led to a trial that brought nationwide attention to the women's right to vote movement. Just imagine how much that will fetch on Ebay. Horrible News. Director Steve is on route burglarize the ballot cast by the mother of the women's right to vote Moveon Susan B. Anthony Hopefully. Our heroes who are still enthralled with the story of Gypsies origin will be able to prevent him from achieving his agree just plan. Culture with Jessica. Simple. Stop. That is fascinating shifts that really does answer a lot of questions should. Meet is where's the family now? Where's? In fact. Really when they moved here pace eighteen, seventy to. Talk to Stephen Fidget have just made a time space junk to I was gonNA say because that's not too far from. What Stephen Time. Jump. To. Eighteen seventy two in the new. No. No time to waste on exclamations of worried. Quick. We've got to follow him as our heroes race off to follow Dr Steve. Let's go back in time ourselves to November fifth eighteen, seventy, two, the place seventeen Madison streets in Rochester New York. It is six thirty am and a group of fifteen women standing outside the home of one Susan B. Anthony who has just come out the front door good morning sisters of three. Susan. Oh you already to make history. As you know the fourteenth amendment to the Constitution says that all people born in the United States our citizens. It also says that all citizens are entitled to the privileges of Citizenship and wonderful privileges is voting. Yes, we will both nited states right great. That makes us, citizens, right. That means we have the right to vote. Let's vote then sisters. Wait a minute. Hang on what's a matter Susan? Does anyone know where the polling places? Never mind. I haven't. It's on the back of might sample. Okay come on we don't want them to run out of those. This'll voted stickers. As Susan B, Anthony Group of women voters head off to the polls little. Do they know they are being trailed by Dr Steven fidget will stephen featured be able to Swipe Susan B. Anthonys ballots will floyd Dr Grant and chips get there in time to stop. Dr Steve from. Carrying out his evil plan and will we ever get to hear the entire story of Gypsies origin. They really stop interrupting me and the important thing people need to understand about my past is next time on the radio. Adventures.
A Little History- Based On A True Story
"They were talking about. Songs that are based on true stories. And, What's interesting about this subject? Is that a lot of times? When you see a movie that says based on a true story, it literally might have one aspect of an event that they base it on, but when it's the song, it's actually a it seems like it's more valid. There's more. There's less at stake. That film. And there's more accuracy than movies claim to be sometimes. So. We're covering I. Think they're seven songs here I realize you probably left went out and he did it on purpose. Which one would be the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald by Gordon. Lightfoot Never bring that up in polite society, his based on a true event. It is one of the worst songs and don't get me wrong. I like Gordon Life. She said it. You heard it here. I like Gordon. Lightfoot care that song is. What are the worst songs ever anyway? please understand with some of these things like my very first one. There's literally no way I can tell you the entire story, so I'm having to kind of give you guys the abridged version, and so please forgive me for that, because the first one is waiting for the worms by Pink Floyd, which is about the Nazi death camps of the Holocaust. So right like starting right off the bat. There is literally no way in a single episode of a podcast. Can I explain to you the Nazi Holocaust? But what I will say is that there was this war called World War Two. In the thirties and the forties as we all know guys there. There's mass extermination and for years Jewish people and other other people like the Romani Gypsies. Homosexuals were sent to forced labor camps. And Ghettos and then this thirties in Europe, a yeah, and in nineteen, forty two, they were actually deported to extermination camps, or or other kind of forced labour camps, whereas like Auschwitz was was. A labor camp and the death camp we were there on. Didn't go on our honeymoon, but we went to. Visit Europe we went to Poland actually. Yeah, it was It was one of the most important things that I feel like I. Ever made us do I'm sorry, we. We were in. Leipzig, Germany for our son's graduation and. We decided that since we were so close to Poland, which was about? It's about a six hour drive. Didn't turn out to be. Another story altogether. There's like one road to Poland. But we we rented a car. We drove to Poland. And we went to Auschwitz and. It, if you ever have the opportunity to go experience at, please do because it's one of the most important things you can do is to just be in that space and exist in that space. And just close your eyes and just feel. And it was one of the most. I hate touching. But it was one those moments where I could feel the past. Choking me. And it's overwhelming. It's incredibly overwhelming and. Just, the the the size the scope the scale that they did things on. Were saying and it was a machine. And so. Auschwitz had. A cyclone be they would lead people into the gas chambers. Drop the cyclone being and. I think it would take maybe seven minutes, and then they would just go in clear the bodies. And put them into the. The furnaces and they're six camps that were purely extermination camps, and trebling was one of them that they didn't actually think. Treblinka existed because they had before. It, they had a chance to liberate. The literally tore everything down and planted trees. And they didn't think that it existed, but they found infrastructure like in the ground, and then they found mass. Graves and things like that well speaking of research on the Second World War the series. Band of brothers is probably at the top of things to see and my gosh episode I'm going to site. Is your favorite episode nine why we fight his capture, the discovery of this and the meaning of what it was, and they do a great job of sort of keeping in that time-frame, instead of looking back with the knowledge that we have now just imagine. Coming out of the woods in finding this. Cluster of buildings and there's barbed wire, and there's people and you're not sure what it is and I think they just did a masterful job catching the how these soldiers fell when they when they stumbled across this camp. Yeah,
"Hello, my friends welcome to bonus episode number one fourteen in our doubled down on your recovery series. Double down on your recovery, means I'm coming at you with double. The episodes doubled the support in double the strategies and I want you to double your recovery. Efforts be committed like you've never been committed before. Take all these strategies and worksheets and cheats sheets and use them make your recovery strong and fun. I'm your coach Angela Pugh? I'm here to help you. Re claim your life without alcohol in. Thank you for spending some time with me today I feel like these last several weeks of double episodes have kind of been a blur. We've done some really strong episodes would straightforward strategies and worksheets to keep you in action doing the right things. It's been awesome and I love getting you guys feedback in the facebook group to and having more conversations about the episodes. That's one of my favorite parts. Today. We're GONNA talk about triggers. This is a regular topic of conversation in recovery, we always talk about knowing your triggers and protecting yourself from triggers, but I don't see the deep dive into triggers right the. Kinds and how to recognize them and what to do about them, and honestly this is a game changer, but let's take a quick minute into a shoutout to a new review we got. It says, thank you. I started listening to this podcast and can't stop Angela provides an abundance of helpful information and tools. She tells it straight, and her enthusiasm is infectious I'm newly sober in wouldn't be where I am with the support Angela you make me want to be a better person in live my life to the fullest sending you a heartfelt, thank you. and. She went on to say or he. I don't know if it's a he or she. They went on to say that they listened to a lot of podcasts, but this is the first time they've ever written a review. Which I think is awesome, also so thank you see Gypsy whoever you are I. Appreciate that and you guys. This is what recovery is all about for me. I know I'm constantly telling you to be of service to others. Share yourself share resources, and as a person who has been sober a long time. This is what fuels me to stay committed. It's all about service like she said in that review. She's newly sober and wouldn't be where she is without the support. That's what you guys are doing for one another in the facebook group in in the inner circle membership private chat, you are loving and supporting one another, which gives us all fuel to keep moving forward day after day, nothing will change your life more than service in gratitude, and nothing will allow you to change the lives of people around you like service and gratitude. I couldn't do recovery and be happy if I was only doing it for myself. Because I get bored with me. I get so tired of hearing myself. Talk I'm being I. Have to make the choice to get sober in stay sober for myself. Of course. I have to want it more than anything else. Because ultimately I'm the one that has to make that choice on a daily basis and do the things that keep me sober right I'm the one has to do it so I have to want it. But my fuel and fire at this stage of the game is all about service. I know this journey is long, and I know how challenging life is especially for those of us with addiction in all I wanNA, do is. Number? One proved to you that if I can do it, I promise you you can do it. Because I was a hot damn mess of a human and number two to help you in love you and support you along the way. So I know, I'm constantly on you being of service and I will continue to do so because we have to love and support one another. No one else can understand US and love us like we can. We have to protect each other in lift each other up when we fall. We are truly in this together, so
Voices from the Holocaust: Leon Bass
"We went to why. Mine SET UP Area and then. When immediately with an officer. About five of US WE WIN Intelligence Reconnaissance Section of our unit and we went right to Putin. And that the day that I was to discover. What had really been going on. In Europe under the Nazis. Because I walk through the gates. And I saw. Walking dead people. Seriously walking did. And just looking at these people who were skin and bone. and. Dressed in those Pajama type uniforms hits, clean, shaved. Feel with source. Malnutrition. And here they were coming towards us. Making, all kinds of Statements than using their own language and it was very difficult for me to comprehend. What was going on? I just looked at this amazement. and. said to myself Oh. My God, you know who these people. What they done. What was their crime? You know it's hard for me to try to. Understand why anybody could have been treated this way I don't care what they had done. And I didn't have any way of thinking putting a handle on it. No frame of Reference I was only twenty. So this young man who spoke English. Explain to us the composition. Of this place that these people were Jews and Gypsies. They were. Trade Unionists Communists and homosexuals and togas witnesses. There are some Catholics. There was some the head been some. Mental defective, but they will gone. What's the litany of groups names of groups saying that these people had been incarcerated here because they. If I could use the term before they weren't good enough. And they have been put here for one purpose and that was to be worked until they. Died starved until they've done. I walked around to camp. I went to a barry. I opened the door. I wanted to go in, but the stench came out. And there's no way in the world I was going to get through that overpowering order. So I just stood there and I looked down on the bottom bunk right near the door and it was a man there. He was skin and bone. He was on. Someone like a Palette of dirty. Filthy rags. And he just could barely turn his head. And look up at me and I. I looked into his face into that skeletal face with those deep set eyes would. I can't forget. But he. He said nothing I said nothing to him. Were part of an intelligence team in your outfit. There was an officer. Had the officer been briefed. Had the intelligence team been told anything? I can't speak for the officers. We didn't communicate that well I'll be very frank with you so if they knew I didn't know so. It was complete. Absolute shock surprise when when you got totent-. Totally. Had I've been told I doubt if I had in my mind's eye envisioned. Anything is horrible. That's what I saw. Terms like Auschwitz and Bergen Belsen Madonna and places like that. Not We're not known to you. I had no idea that those places existed. Later, Much later I begin to hear of names of places. And realize that there was more than just can ball. That many many many. Buchen balls different names all over Europe. Russia. That's what boggles the mind to think. That's a group in society can organize and do it in a systematic way such. A program. To remove from the world, a whole group of people. And? Any others that didn't see they didn't think were worthy. And it just. To me, that was just a little bit much. I couldn't put a handle on that, but I saw what I saw. In the camp. But the. Place where they tortured people bloodstains all around and the instruments of torture their. The building where they had all parts of the human anatomy. Stored as a result of their experience. Really labeled and put in jars. And I saw the. Bodies all around. So, the closing of little children but I never saw any children in that game. I saw the clothing. Piled up. Deep Piles. Had all the German military left, and all the guards left. Those got away. I think maybe a few might have been captured. I did see one man. He was being beaten by the inmates. They wanted us to come and join 'em. Of course we didn't but. Was My understanding that the death. I'm not sitting in judgment. Because I didn't walk into issues. I imagine my voice should have been raised and say no. That's not the way but. I regret to this day that I didn't. I went into that crematorium. Ovens. Six! I looked into one. I saw that the remains there. The ashes the bones. Well. This summer said that they took the ashes sometimes and use it as fertilizer. Can you imagine that? To use. The ashes of human beings for fertilizer on fields to grow some crops that you would need. To promote the war effort. I. You know I saw all of these things probably more than I can't remember. I came out of this sick to the stomach. And I went to the tweet. And we all went back to camp on the board of trucks in silence. Nobody said anything.
Push to restart as job losses hit once inconceivable heights
"As the weather warms and states start to ease coronavirus restrictions people in the tourism industry are thinking about the trade offs that come with re opening William Gonzalez works in a San Francisco hotel and was laid off in early March along with his wife he wants to go back to work but he's concerned for his safety we are working without being tested all of us are going to get C. as in their later even though we have mask even though we have gloves Scott shepherd who runs the sea gypsy inn in fort Myers beach said the spring and summer business disappear by the end of March but now we're starting to climb out of it the pendant the pendulum started swinging back I'm Jennifer king
Stephen Sondheim gets starry but tardy 90th birthday concert
"A ninetieth birthday tribute is being held on line for a Broadway hit maker take me to the world as a free virtual concert saluting Stephen Sondheim on Broadway dot com's YouTube channel the event is hosted by Raul Esparza who starred in the two thousand six revival of Sondheim's hit musical company also set to perform America St Bernadette Peters and Mandy Patinkin among others Sondheim wrote the lyrics for West Side Story in gypsies also the composer for Sunday in the park with George Sweeney Todd in a little night music bill Stewart KFI
Stephen Sondheim gets starry but tardy 90th birthday concert
"A ninetieth birthday tribute is being held online for Broadway hit maker take me to the world as a free virtual concert saluting Stephen Sondheim on Broadway dot com's YouTube channel the event is hosted by role Esparza who starred in the two thousand six revival of Sondheim's hit musical company also set to perform a Meryl Streep Peters and Mandy Patinkin among others Sondheim wrote the lyrics for West Side Story in gypsies also the composer for Sunday in the park with George Sweeney Todd in a little night
Embracing the Spirit of Adventure in the Midst of a Financial Depression
"Of us have a list of things we'd like to do. We have a list of adventures. We'd like to participate in and it's always someday. Someday I'll do that but there's generally something in the way usually it's our jobs because after all most adventures take more than two weeks unless you're in Germany and which case most adventures take more than eight weeks released a lot of the fun ones that we want and so what we often lack is time not necessarily money but time. Because it's just not the right time or I'm right now. I'm building my career or I've got to get another job. I don't WanNa have a gap in my resume. And so we're often looking forward to the next thing the next thing but sometimes a break is forced on you. Sometimes you get laid off. Sometimes everything shuts down and the adventures are closer to home. And so I wanNA give you some ideas to help you really focus on recognizing that you can have an adventure right now in the midst of everything if you will embrace the spirit of adventure you can have an adventure and your own house. You can have an adventure in your backyard. I think sometimes we really appreciate this with children because they appreciate the simplest things they love set up in the backyard and sleep in the tent. We adults take what I want to sleep with a ten in the backyard. I don't WanNa go sleep in the tent in the backyard children. They love it and I think that we can embrace and do really well if we would embrace a little bit more of that spirit of adventure to kick off today show read you a short story about a man named Jim and To my knowledge this is a true story but I read this number of years ago in a book called locusts on the horizon which fascinating book really good book but in this book locusts on the horizon. I found this story. It's called three Buderus with the Spanish presentation pronunciation three boroughs. Jim was a traveling man and he was free. Like few are half white and half native Shoshoni. Jim Grew up in rural Idaho and he knew what freedom was he also knew there was more to life than the rat race when he turned eighteen. He was a natural for the US army to recruit so he volunteered and eventually wound up in the Republic of Vietnam with a special forces after a particularly fierce fight with regulars from the North Vietnamese army. Jim Wound up back in the USA with a permanent limp and missing an I twenty five years later in the early nineteen nineties. Jim decided he had enough of the daily grind and he wanted to spend more time seeing America. He had been teaching survival courses and his students volunteered to help him make his traveling rig. Almost everything. In the project was scavenged or bought second-hand. His Gypsy wagon was an old Nissan pickup. That had been rolled and the engine and transmission had already been salvaged from it. They took the crushed body off the frame and kept the hydraulic brake system. And the parking brake intact. They made a wooden wagoner's seat on the front with a wooden pedal for the brakes. They then used scavenged lumber and and corrugated roofing metal to build a covered gypsy wagon on the old pickup frame into the Gypsy wagon. They put an old woodstove built a bed and constructed storage areas including a hidden lockable compartment to store his guns a deep cycle. Rv Battery was put into its own wooden box. Hooked through a small regulator to a small solar panel this powered an automotive cabin light inside the Gypsy Wagon. An old donated forty channel. Cb Radio and a scavenged AM FM car. Stereo mounted on the back of the Gypsy Wagon was a steel whip style. Cbs China and near the front was mounted a scavenged car radio antenna. His Motor was a team of three boroughs. Harnessed side by side. The harnesses were made from old discarded. Firehoses the rig rolled on old castoff car tires wouldn't have lasted twenty minutes at road speeds on an automobile but it borough speeds. They were good pretty much indefinitely. The three boroughs restrung enough together. That if they didn't feel like stopping man sometimes they didn't they could tow the entire rig with the brakes locked and the tires skidding a small trailer using bicycle rims and tires was made and was towed behind the dipsy wagon. The entire small trailer was a chicken coop for small. Bantam chickens on top of the chicken coop. Jim kept a container of chicken. Feed and a couple of bales of hay for the boroughs when grazing was sparse. Such as when they took a break alongside a desert road so at the breathtaking speed of three miles per hour gem saw America lived. The life met people wherever he went and had more than one argument with the highway patrol. Mostly about traveling alongside the shoulder of the road on the interstate. The last we saw Jim was fourth of July nineteen ninety four and he was camped out. Near the base of CA- China peaks just outside of Flagstaff Arizona. His goal was to head back to where he grew up on the Salmon River in Idaho. His guests was it was going to take three months more or less. He wasn't in a hurry because the journey is what mattered and the destination was just part of that now. That's Jim but I think that if you're going to have an adventure one of the things that you can do. You can embrace the spirit of an adventure. You can embrace the spirit that says it's more about the journey and getting out there and getting gone then about the stuff and if he will do that if you will make that embrace what you will find is. You're no longer bound captive to needing more money as go through these adventures. I'm GonNa give you ideas of how you can minimize the cost. And I think you need a little bit of money but not much if you follow in. Jim Spirit recognized that he needed almost no money for his particular adventure. I mean a couple of bales of Hay here and they're nice. That gas is pretty low. Cost Right now but still. Jim didn't need gas at all. They need a little bit of grass from the side of the highway. And some bales of Hay and you can have a similar adventure if you embrace it. The cool thing is though with a little bit of modern technology you can live more comfortably on an adventure cheaply then at any time in human history you can have all the comforts of home with you on an adventure traveling adventure more cheaply than ever before. It's really really incredible. How much is available to
Best of British Columbia
"Low travel nerds and welcome to the extra packing peanuts travel. Podcast we are coming at you today from our e Pop H. Q. The show that teaches you how to travel more. Well spend less except for staying at home. So we're here to give you a little bit of inspiration today. Talking about one of our favorite places and the place that has the brewery of which which travis sporting the hat from this brewery. So heather hates this hat. I don't know why I love it. she hates it. But we're going to British Columbia today with you and this hat is from a story in British Columbia right outside of Whistler Coast mountain represent so I figured she said tribe. Your hair looks awful. Go put on a hat. So this is what I hate that. Trav- your hair looks awful. Go put on ABC. Wait a minute make us on her. Might just relaying. What happened five minutes before play guy either way quarantines getting us? It's getting a lot of time spent together and you know we somewhat too much time. We're used to spending a lot of time together but court excuse me. Quarantine is a little bit of a different animal. I do not hate the hat. I hate this. You literally said I hate this head a little too flat for me but anyway regardless British Columbia and we love the breweries in British Columbia. Yes today this is part of our quarantine. Diaries session so you can watch us on. If you're watching it then you get to see that if you're listening on the podcast and you do want to see our faces our situation and see what had a might wear for the next one. You can go do our instagram at extra packing peanuts and check it out there. So these are shorter. Form unedited podcast. That we're putting in addition to a regular Tuesday longer form podcasts. So that you have more wanderlust more travel love in your ears during the quarantines as we all go a little bit stir quarantine that's like during the quarantine it is now. I think a proper now. I think it should be Catholic. Quarantine entreprenuering quarantine and so what we've been doing recently and what we're going to do today is our best of series and this is where we pick a destination today. British Columbia Heather has a few card down there. She mixes them up and then she asked us and we don't prep for this at all. What our best memories of this specific places so today. We're doing a whole province and it's GonNa be hard because we spent a lot of time in British Columbia and we've gone all around British Columbia. Obviously we spend a ton of time in Victoria. Think Hoover Islands part of British Columbia? Spending time in Vancouver. We've been up to whistler. We'd been out to the Okinawa Gin. So it's going to be hard to pick somewhere places but hey that's what happens. That's the tough job of being travel. Podcast SO WE HAVE DESTINATION. Diaries and we have one. I'm pretty sure on Vancouver so we don't have one. I think on the whole of British Columbia. So you'll be getting some new content here with this little mini series. And I guess we should just jump right in. Let's do it okay. The first card is oh how appropriate best during so. I've been thinking a lot about this. And she told me redoing British Columbia literary four minutes ago and there have been a lot of places that we've drank at Including Vancouver we one time. We're in Vancouver for twenty one days and I did twenty one breweries and twenty days and I was pregnant so I did zero breweries. I mean I went to them but yeah so and we've spent a lot of time in Victoria. And some great wineries out in the Okinawan and all but for me. I think it will come back to a beer. Coast Mountain honorable mention and because of the hat. Awesome little brewery up in squamish tackling games. Garmisch just south of whistler fun little place cool like everything wanting to bury small little joint. That heather actually stayed in the car because again. I think you're pregnant at that point and she took a nap. I just went in and had a little flight by myself. You know really neat. People could be the coast from the brewery. No but it's called coast to Coast Mountain. Which is also a weird name. My name like it's just a weird. You're just taking two words and putting them together but it works and I love the hat and I'd like to branding but my number one favorite. So it's not honorable mention. Okay right you told me that we could go longer than fifteen minutes. Because now we have a compressor so we can put it on. Igt No if you read our post from last week. But I had the hardest time trying to get our videos out because if you video over fifteen minutes you have to do it from your granddaughter and it has to be an MP anyway. It was a whole long saga. But I bought the software. Because what does one do? I mean we needed. We needed to get the videos to you. We needed to get the videos. You so then Heather told. I said we are GONNA be fifty minutes is going to be hard for British Columbia said. Oh no no we got we got the compressor we can do want so. My overall favorite drink is strathcona brewing in Vancouver for two reasons. One Strathcona brewing itself has really good beer. Super Cool brewery really hipster in in like a gentrifying neighborhood for sure but they also at the time we were there and I'm not sure if the guy still does this but there is a gypsy. Burr call who runs a Burri called superfly. Meaning he doesn't have his own brewery brews at Strathcona and comes up and bruised. They're apparently lives in a van. No joke down by a river and then comes up to strathcona debris here and there and this was two years ago so things could have could have changed this super flex beer is awesome so they sell super flex at Strathcona brewing and their beers incredible and then bring has their own beer and their beer is really good too so those my if you want the best drink we've had in British Columbia head to Strathcona brewing. Try and try to get your hands on superfly which you can get in grocery stores and convenience stores to
Acting Is A Calling: Michelle Wilson.
"Please welcome the awesomely talented. Michelle Wilson Michelle. Thanks for coming out today. Thank you so much. Hello so I have a bunch of stuff to ask you and the first thing is like I'm watching you and I turned to. My girlfriend was about to be my fiance and I say to her. I said how am I not watching this actor? In so many more things are casting directors doing their homework and going to theater and doing place because I feel like given your body of work in theatre your abilities. I'm like how. How am I not seeing more of this actor? I mean it's a couple of Jupiter like so. If this was sports people do their homework and draft. Somebody or are they trade for somebody isn't like that innocuous or people doing their homework in talent like yours should be out there for everyone to see. Thank you darling. You know The are I have to admit that I'm a single mother so juggling the single mother actress thing has challenging right and for a very long time raising my daughter who is now in college about to graduate from Smith with a neuroscience degree. Thank you very much. Yeah I know. How do you make a scientist or an accountant? Had them birth by an artist knows that is that Smith College? Michelle yes Smith. North Hampton is thirty minutes away from my house. Isn't that something great great school? Yeah Yeah it was a it was A. She was poppy scholar so she got a scholarship to go. And it's been great and you know the world turned upside down and she's home now so B But Really. She was my focus for a very long time. You know third out in Chicago and was in. La for a hot second with her and her father and returned back to Chicago. So I was a gypsy for a very long time and when I got to New York I came back in about two thousand six. It was on the idea of where would wanna live. I never work again so I got here and I have great friends in right when I got here. Dominique Marie so was an actress in A piece we were doing for the fringe festival and Through that relationship and doing readings and playing with friends Things grew from there but really my career has been about relationships right. So it's a relationship that I had with Rod Gaels Domini Areso and all these incredibly talented filmmakers playwrights. Rights were budding. We were appears and then Dominique had me do a reading when she was an emerging writer over at the public and Heidi and Jordan casting directors over there to to make a big long circle to your questions. They really have been hiding particular. There have been the one that had getting me my career. You know I mean your life in itself. I mean your personal side of it you know you went through a lot but even the acting citing. It's like it's like two different paths but it's the same path because it's like two lives you live your your personal life with your daughter and your family and then the life you have as an actor which is beyond tough. I can't even imagine because I'm looking at some of the things you've been in. I mean that had to be tough to make those adjustments to to deal with what life gives us plus deal with the challenges in theater acting and so forth right. Michelle in any you know I. I think to come the calling. And if you don't have to do it you shouldn't right and for me it's about politics. It's about who gets to tell stories what you get to say. Who can see right so I've always felt like it would be a terrorist and I was up for the fight. This is who I am. This is what I do. You know even if I had to do Straight gigs which I've done for years with Advertising companies in building things out here in New York being a go between between construction companies and people. Who were you know buying huge new spaces? I mean you just do whatever you have to do and it makes you a better artist right. The more well rounded a human being you become a better artist you come so I wouldn't you know I wouldn't trade anything
"Brain Food" Week + Coronavirus Podcast Recommendations
"This week's theme is brain food. The curator is Ariel Retro. Here's why Arielle chose this theme. She says hi their minds. Ariel and the theme. I chose for this week's newsletter is brain food. I chose this theme because usually when I eat I just sort of been hailed the without thinking or chewing for that matter so this newsletter felt like the perfect opportunity to kickstart my brain and to get me to put a little bit more thought into what. I'm eating where it came from. And maybe the story behind to hope you enjoy here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Arielle. Monday's episode comes from Radio Cherry bomb and is called climate. Change Food and you. It's forty six minutes long in this episode is your favorite food headed for extinction. Climate change is causing farmers around the world to rethink what they grow and how they grow it which is going to impact what you eat in the very near future. This climate change food connection is the subject of Mandal's important new book. The fate of food will eat in a bigger hotter smarter. World Tuesday's episode comes from the Food Program and is called Pints of progress. The brewers changing attitudes to learning disabilities. It's twenty eight minutes long in this episode brewer and broadcaster. Jay Go wise visits breweries where a progressive approach to employing people with learning disabilities is pouring away. Preconceptions helping tell the story is Michaela. Overton a brewer at ignition in Sydenham south London a brewery founded to create meaningful work for people with learning disabilities which has gone from glorified homebrew to running to taproom selling their beers in this program. We follow their collaboration with London. Brewer Gipsy Hill to make a beer as part of the social brew. Collective Wednesday's episode comes from copper and heat and is called food delivery APPs with homeroom. It's thirty five minutes long in this episode what happens when tech startups backed by venture capital create food delivery. Apps and a whole new system that is relied on by restaurant folks across the US we chat with the folks at home room to go the takeout only location of the Popular California Mac and cheese restaurant about how these APPs have affected their business. David Yaffe Bellany business reporter from the New York. Times joins us to talk about some of the larger National Trent's Thursday's episode comes from point of origin and is called a tale of two yogurts. It's fifty eight minutes long in this episode. The tale of two yogurts and the fight to protect goes fishing villages and waters is all about preservation. It keeps US alive and teaches us how to live this episode features guests. I'm Rita Gupta of the food. Radio Project SANOJA. Very Qadri of Diaster Echo and food writer cookbook author preempt Krishna. Friday's episode comes from gastropod and is called the United States of McDonald's. It's forty eight minutes long in this episode. Mcdonald's is mind boggling. According to Adam Chandler author of the recent book drive through dreams it sells roughly seventy five burgers every second and served sixty eight million people every day. Equivalent to one percent of the entire world's population the Golden Arches are thought to be according to an independent survey more recognizable as a symbol than the Christian crosses around the world. Chandler told us in this episode. We tell the story of McDonald's but more importantly we explore what it has to say about who we are those. Are The podcast recommendations chosen by Arielle for this week's theme brain food? Listen and let us know what you think you can find these episodes and listen to them as a play list on Pod chaser just had to pod Chaser DOT COM and type in brain food into the search bar and the playlist will be right there for your enjoyment. Join the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag Brain Food. This is usually the section of the show where we talk about. Podcast news brought to us by the inside podcasting newsletter skype Pillsbury. The writer of inside podcasting actually manage to put out an episode of the newsletter. This week. That didn't even mention corona virus which is super impressive this week instead of stories from inside podcasting we're going to direct you to sign up for the newsletter at inside dot com slash podcasting and in lieu of. Podcast news. I'M GONNA shout out a few podcast. Creators AND PODCAST. Industry folks who've been tweeting about podcast news as it relates to the corona virus. I make sure to check out. 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Tyson Fury dominates Deontay Wilder to become heavyweight champion again
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Auschwitz survivors warn of rising anti-Semitism 75 years on
"Around two hundred camp survivors many of them elderly Jews and non Jews who have traveled from Israel the US Australia Russia and elsewhere have got that on the an enormous heated tent struggling the train tracks the transport to people to Birkenau the part of the vast complex when most of them the the Jews were killed Jewish survivors told harrowing stories with some warning about the ominous growth of anti semitism and hatred in the world also a sin ti or gypsy spoke the woman now blind delivered a few words that you said was spoken from the heart I'm Charles de Ledesma
Ayesha Siddiqi Talks Politics, Being American and Celebrating Halloween
"Coming on our hot topic let's talk about voting because we had a really great conversation before Easter recording about I mean I didn't mention this earlier but I was also really disengaged from the electoral process after trump got elected so I've been training figure out which is really hard to save because this is what I've put my career behind for the past twenty years to get people out to vote and encourage people to turn out to vote but also at the same time either like element of disbelief in the electoral process and I think it's been really complicated to hold both of these truths at the same time like distress but also I need to go vote because I have to go up newer saying something similarly we can't pretend that the system works yeah we can't pretend that people in this country have a full and total right to vote not with gerrymandering not with voter suppression we need to operate within the reality we have while also working towards the reality we need yeah and that's a difficult thing to turn into a useable soundbite right because it's complicated people get orig- myself included you know because it's work the things that have to be done require real labor and effort and both of those compete with everything else people have to do in their lives so I still WanNa hear about like your experience of being outside of the United States for a little bit I started to spend more and more time outside the US and I found that to be the distance to be quite clarifying and useful to me personally glaring how the perspective is so useful so much my life was determined by the US and it's politics and my own emotional investment in something that was increasingly a toxic experience and I'm not anxious per Jason but I was becoming quite anxious and I didn't like what it was doing to me and I had to remind myself how big the world isn't how many different lives are still possible within it and it's the closest I've come to the way people talk about bad boyfriends or bad breakup feels akin to my experience of America I entered into something new with a lot of love in my heart and with an openness that I was losing and ultimately it is my home I became miss it isn't in two thousand fifteen does right before the trump election cycle And I had the most despair around that time and who finally becoming an official citizen of a country that was so committed to its lies about itself that it would allow massacres before it would allow an open ignition of what this country central project is and how it fails it's people spending time outside the US helped ground me and let me find some peace yes distance as very aware of the luxury that the right to just up and leave a country and go to another because you know you're feeling kind of it's that's such an extreme luxury also very diaspora I left and I came back because this is my home and it's where my family is and I was living with a great deal of anxiety and fear over the violence that could be visited upon us look we're some Muslim violence can be visited upon you anywhere fear is not a useful emotion and my time away helped me reconnect with an actually spending some time with my family where they live help me reconnect with fat I moved back to allay this August and I'm very encouraged by all the people in this country that are organized thing in working to make it a more habitable one in speaking family in where you were raised I remember you telling me a fond Wean Memories Oh my first Halloween America and this is the month of fear I'm really curious to hear because you have really fond memories of Wayne and it's such a funny holiday I mean I always say you should live every day like it's Halloween by which I mean I like to take long walks at night and Gandhi nice way to think about Halloween my very first Halloween families first Halloween was shortly after we'd move to America what year is this nineteen ninety-six so we had no concept dove it until when our first nights in our little apartment we Scott into your knock on the door and I was a little kid I realize now in retrospect they're probably just teenagers but to me these very tall individuals dressed very aggressively like monsters smart as right there next to him probably six six years old head of the household it's just a joke I'm sure my take issue with that characterization did you have the candy ready for these monsters that's the thing of course not we had no idea that there is anything expected so we answered the door and both parties on either side of the doorway are confused right there waiting this image of confused monsters staring at US allier waiting we're waiting they're waiting yeah eventually is communicated to us you're supposed to give us candy like Oh okay so he goes inside read that's so funny and you know as a house of two young kids my little brother hadn't been born yet find some crunch bars crunch bars you like in the House so give them the candy and they're like thank you know I think there are minis then they left and we all learned something that day only the exchange expected on Halloween now here's the funny thing it took years for my father in particular to embrace this concept because he loved to give out candy really the idea of his children going door to door begging ono there's a little kid there's still a novelty to being out that late at night and he was so offended at the concept you just I just don't understand why you need to can get you can if you can you can go right now get as much candy as you want bagging and he would he would go out and buy candy and he would get so frustrated that we still Saddam trick or treating and one year we put a pirate how on him and took him with us I think he better understood the appeal then it was just an walk with his kids ends is Johnny sensibilities which I understand entirely now but okay after ask what did you wear like the first time you went trick or treating what was allowed well so most costumes in stores were like very cheaply made and not very attractive being Boccassini appear into be an exotic costume to our white neighbors was our traditional focus on your first year we my sister and I dressed as pirates actually related story bought costumes because that is where the we eventually quest to my father came from and in the years after that I mean once we've done that we weren't as keen. Yeah so you've got you've got it a little easier at the store by I wasn't my parents did not want to spend money on Halloween and we you had the they see clothes but my mom just took the scarf wrapped around my head and called me a gypsy so getting variations of leg taking close interning in two different things princess princess that was the thing so for any like school function requiring a Halloween costume that was it I was like very pleased to show off the intricate embroidery or the fancy silks and I thought like you know very Gauche polyester that might classmates war was I wasn't interested in
"gypsy" Discussed on Conversations
"Tastes great and it tastes better the next day apparently and it does you went to be a huge tips you will hungarian if i should say yeah in melbourne and the is that the kind of event the welcomes different constantly when you're watching christianne a jewish my dreams and a gypsy hungarians yes that's that's right i found that some hearing strange because there were so few gypsies compared to europe that the hungarian swat necessarily hang with hungarian gypsies i'll hang up with the hungarians rather than a gypsy from grace so something they'll they'll hang out with the host country people but having said that yeah i went to a hungarian ghoulish competition in melbourne then you've got to tell you about fifteen different galoshes my but separate families and damp had the secret recipe you mentioned that there's lots of clinton this mother and i love is there some oak witness a when they're eating or done you know we've known dipsy people a when it comes to observance of those laws because you know we wind observable would come complex laws the hostages yeah yeah well i i i got in trouble in melbourne just last january am i went to visit a very traditional gypsy woman 'em ansa who is descended from the stereos and it's forty degrees outside an i was wearing pair of shorts and take home pay shit and i said okay let's go on michael stereos said you can't go and visit her and his shorts and i said what she said she want like at you wanna talk to you have to change into along skipped a because she would have been totally offended if i walked in with a pair of shorts on and that's a me but because the law off the body is considered unclean also gonna travel when i changed i put my shorts absently on the table as i was talking to win what you're doing you don't put don't you know that and i said oh god yes i do i know it's theoretically you put your whole bomb on the table exactly what my asshole live at the table then we come to the rituals surrounding deaths and funerals with with gypsy people would have some of the the rules detect pies when when there's a a death of a of a of a family member yes well there has to be a vigil usually from the time of day us until the victim is buried a the bodies buried 'em and i i will have a vigil condolences dice with people who invited ran to observe the body a there is a funeral do just that they chant in their own language it didn't shave will brush they hit by fit three days in the morning will go over a period of years and there'll be a ritual faced it three months sin in six months and then nine months 'em this is to ensure the moola guys 'em doesn't come back and haunt them in any way a cy the funeral rituals the probably the most important english however have a different methods of morning they a put the body into the bought a caravan enter it body all the possessions in the caravan a viking funeral very much so yes and then i think that's will smith said that's the way he he wants to go is in you know being dante's vada and that seems pretty dramatic and we'd by being on the road they would have had any embalming access twin bombings or anything like that side is part of the healthiest this way doesn't sound yeah these dramatic but i think it's weird at all the washington is well yeah it's i think it's great that this gigantic amazing john filed and what you put in something really valuable along with that they're trying to that to that money yeah well that's yeah there's the hill money that goes into it again in the room with a longtime let's just like a fantastic way to actually send send someone off when hysteria as had the mass elaborate funerals a strike as epa sane in silver coffins say that will buried with jewelry and clause and a tobacco probably 'em i know very very elaborate that have jazz bands leading the the coffins through brookwood sarah my mom and the stereos have their own little camping spot in real quick ceremony it's a cemetery there about fifteen gripes and they were all together a and it's quite amazing to walk around and feel they presents you mentioned they're they're they're still a juicy people you've met who don't really wanna be identified because they fry is it the repercussions for working with i leave and that you know this is a straighter and that seems seems unlikely but you know ninety ninety one august in in proc couple of czechoslovakia as it will still then and within my wife and i checked into a hotel an on the bed those tours like a kind of a welcome to prague in english tourists literature and the front page article is what do we do about the gypsy problem the end and it had alarming link which was a bit final solution he actually in intimate and it's time in half and now i've written so it's kind of a poll i looked out the window and i saw gypsy teenager being beaten up by two skinheads the police arrived to break it up the skinheads smiled and book back with their hands yeah yeah i'm with arrested yes so so there there is some justification for it yes and you also have to remember that during world war two one point five gypsies will exterminated it by the nazi regime and they've never had any compensation for the jews sunny spaced out of just being recognized now this kind of vitriol against mike and understand why that just wanna leave in pace in secrecy i think that kind of european being dislike and disdain comes from one thing this which is the fact that it's settled then i met some kind of gone some people crazy for some reason and the other thing is this kind of reputation for stealing it seems like a lot of the people you spoke to went out of their wife told you how immoral stealing walls and how they to do what do i ever want to do with what do you make of this is putting their reputation or this is the slowest there's some truth to it or or whatever like lay some truth to it absolutely because when that were freed from slavery a in eighteen thirty just like the slaps it as america they had no skills to adapt to a capitalist society i couldn't raise you couldn't write like wouldn't speak the language a they had no orientation whatsoever answer it's a lot african americans a lot of stuff so and also you have to remember that cheering the mediaeval times on it is illegal to be a gypsy or associate if you associated with the gypsy could be mode and you know the world war two is not that long ago and they're still very a protective of their culture and their ancestors 'em but they know that they had no choice that had absolutely no choice but to steal from peasants because no one would give the work no one would seldom anything and so that's how it started out of absolute survival a necessity and as the stralia proves once you actually given the the right opportunities all that fights away way 'em and they they're happy to be civil citizens and by the law at just like wait till i just want a happy family in a peaceful life is running this book affected you oh absolutely changed my life a in in so many wise a the first one is probably being a freelance writer all my life and before that it was a tap dancer and not having had a fulltime job of liberal my wits and after thirty five years it gets a bit tarring and i think god how long can i kate this up and on through their example of adapting and surviving an end not obsessing about the future is really grounded made in a way that i definitely would be just happy living in a shack or a caravan as long as i get to ride every day that's really confirmed that familiar i don't i don't need a university job i don't need a holiday house so i don't really need anything but everything on natives within made that taught me that and the second thing is had a profound effect on me personally because i didn't know it at the time i know intellectually interested in the history but having read through the book now the spanish ducking say the i was searching for a sense of family that i've never had 'em my account come from very fractured background both my parents taught by the time i began meeting gypsies and so it was really a sense of family and community that has given me so much joy last christmas day yanni people who bring me up to wish me happy christmas gifts he's not one in my family did side it's it's it's west and they a you know a on an intellectual level that much more on a personal life it's been a great gift well it's an amazing book mandy and it's a story but i never knew it the fills onto a falls under the category of who knew the story i'm so glad i know now it's been such a pleasure to speak to you made me think he said.
"gypsy" Discussed on Phil in the Blanks
"She kept gypsy Rose's father out of her ear, and that may very well have cost DD her life. And that's why I'm talking about that here. Because gypsy rose did meet somebody on the internet and that somebody was a predator. Just luck of the draw. She met a predator. And boy was he telling her what she wanted to hear. He was in her ear, and he was making her feel like a woman he was telling her things that made her feel grownup made her feel desired he preyed upon her needs. He sensed him. He went in and told her what she responded to and her hormones where raging. And he was giving her a place to them gypsy rose from psychological standpoint, she was easy prey for so many reasons she was incredibly unsophisticated she had never been in a relationship before she was naive. She was easily manipulated. And as I said, she was desperate for male. Attention. Because of an absent father in listen, I'm not throwing rod under the bus here. It is not because rod wanted to be absent or didn't care because he did care he paid his child support even paid extra. He tried to see her but Didi was keeping her isolated. She put up obstacles. She put up barriers that kept him from being able to be in her life. And look it's well known that 'isolation is the number one weapon of the abuser in your about to learn just how much of an unconscious notable abuser. This mother was and I use mother advisedly because. Really thinks she was much of a mother gypsy did get attention. Like, I said, but it was all calculated in controlled gypsy was well known in Springfield, Missouri. She was known as the brave young woman who was paralyzed battling multiple diseases mentally challenged all the time keeping the smile on her face. That's how she was perceived as it turns out. She was a puppet she was a prop her mother was telling her how to act win to speak at all and wind laugh wind cry. I mean, she was a prop would put her out there and front of these people when the cameras were on or when they were at some charity collecting tens of thousands of dollars. This was not the kind of attention that she craved, even oh, she wasn't even five feet tall. And she looked and acted very young. Her body was maturing inside. She was experiencing powerful. Urges romantic and sexual urges that she dare not reveal to her mother. She wanted to meet a man she wanted to know a man now, how do I know this because I've talked to her and in the next episode. You're going to hear those conversations I'm telling you now what I learned in an indepth interview with her. And as I said, she warned Noah man, and a man she did meet a man, she got to know all too. Well, I over the internet and then in the real world. And you talk about luck of the draw. The I she met was sick..
"gypsy" Discussed on VINTAGE Podcast
"I don't feel that various aspects of contemporary life, including arguably social media feed into that polarizing tendency that we're experiencing at the moment. And definitely there was a drive in mater complicate issue, which. Isn't easy or indeed desired by many people because simplicity is is nice, and I people always ask me, what do we call you? There were these words gypsy Romany traveller Roma you know, what are we amounts of as well a your team, you singular. As in me as a person on you mean you as in the nine to twelve million people who constitute a global community of Roma and other ethnic travelers, which is, you know, if you want that to be simple, you're bound to disappoint save because that's like saying, how should I address the Irish. It's, it's, it's not reasonable to expect that. You know, an attempt to summarize Europeans is bound to to file Africans over the religious. So. I would try to sympathize with that approach. The people had on it slightly exasperatingly and in the end will if I can begin violence or in the questions a simply as I can, and then introducing nuance preps the book more at work in that way and had wonderful encouragement along those lines. From from Chechen window some from and. Yeah, preps it's worked a little bit again of the question. How you the media's portrayal? Well. You know, sure. This is Paul of the media that's book. But when I say attend to mean, you know the broadcasters in the newspapers, that's why tendencies meteors shoe an for and. Working as a journalist, I've found in studio the the discourse is fantastically difficult to change even to the minute degree when it comes to the subject of gypsies and travellers. So yesterday morning right here for there was a very interesting program about whether it's permissible to stereotype gypsies, but I found the choice of of gypsies for that program. Interesting and educative because I feel that. Mean more? Why? Why did they feel comfortable choosing more people for that. Kennel. Imagine the BBC putting out program at nine o'clock on radio, full all skin. If it's permissible to stereotype the Jews. Akam imagine that happening. It doesn't mean that it wouldn't or that it's impossible watch. I just think there's a different attitude when it comes to this, and but I probably should it with an eye Moines in the will. What stereotypes they gonna talk about. You know, musical genius multi-lingualism at that ability propensity to survive genocide, but there was only one stereotype they're interested in and that was criminality. So again, even when people attempt to be sympathetic, it's often underpin boy. By unconscious prejudice. But at the same time. When I was writing this. I was very conscious of appearing to whitewash a complex issue, and that's why I've tried not to stay clear of some of the tough aspects of this world. And people want osc me if I had a specific motivation for including an unpleasant encounter with gypsy in the book. And while it's that is there, the book is full of Pleasanton counters. And if you focus on that one, which is always elated that she says more about you than it does about me and and to have ignored that, which was a crucial moment emotionally and ultimately, intellectually on my journey would have been dishonest Soviet asked to be in there. What do you think remind me of the Woodford non non checklist. How'd you say? It depends on the Roman toiling where all grow, we go, jeez, Gordie most raw, many people in other countries, say in gadget, gypsies say as a go, gee, what do you think making a gorge on behalf of Gorges and what do you, what do you think? Because I have some idea what really scares like go, gee society about travelers. 'cause like one of my like feedings is the my name is that we're so much of our consciousness Bill on owning land and owning things staying in one place and having this territorial aspect to our identity that the idea that people travel around is almost like offensive to like of conscious while you can't do not. That's not the rules, and there's lots of caricatures as well of like, like Rummy women. Being seductive and being sexually free and an the sister side of it, and paganism and all these things that we tend to like reject..
"gypsy" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Well i thank the if it wasn't nickel this would be someone else i think ted gypsy would have figured out a way to find somebody who she can get to kill their mother because i think that's what she wanted yeah you might be right served nicholas is just the first when she hit on and he agreed to do it well because must people when have agreed to do that no but if if he had said no i think she would have gone on to find someone else sooner someone else's someone else till she eventually found someone who is willing to kill her mother she says cut lucky on the first date yeah i think you're right but i think she probably could have gone to her father and gotten help but think this who are the things which she could have done cher right yeah you're right mark feldman's clinical professor of psychiatry at the university of alabama and author of the book playing sick said he's been studying much hasn't by proxy for 25 years and this is the first case he's seeing where the abuse victim murdered her parent feldman said he wonders whether a jury would have determined gypsy blanchard was justified in killing her mother because of what was done to her but of course if she went to trial she'd be taking a big chance there she could have gotten life in prison future kourtev because they decided not to go for the death penalty green county prosecutor dan patterson has said he believes he could have secured a first degree murder conviction in this case and gypsy would've had to spend the rest of her life in prison but he didn't believe that was fair because of the abuse should suffered at the hands of didi for his barn.
"gypsy" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Yeah gypsies father and his wife ended up being very supportive of gypsy after the murder gypsy pleaded guilty to seconddegree murder and was sentenced to ten years in prison with a requirement that she serve eighty five percent of her time before she is eligible for parole social do and a half years if schuster's marvel and this is because they has sympathy for what she went through that they gave her this deal i would imagine or have to think zero because it's a pretty good deal sir move although on one hand i would think being in prison might be better than life she had beforehand because of the long term abuse that she endured the prosecution was allowing for mitigating circumstances and that's why they letter take this plea now things didn't go quite the same for nicholas scott john no he was charged with firstdegree murder and he initially waived his right to a jury trial but in june his defense attorney did filed a motion for a jury trial so they ended up with a jury trial and his trial is going to begin next month december this year has taken quite a while it's certainly has wheels of justice move slowly as they say so psychologist can't francs springfield as told circuit court judge calvin holding at a recent hearing that he did to mental evaluation nicholas he said nicholas thought he is doing the right thing when he killed blanchard because he wanted to rescue gypsy firm other he also said that nichols had an iq of eighty two and was in the autism spectrum so when you look at it that way i can kinda think wow maybe she manipulated him into doing s it's hard to say that so i think it's just these two really damaged people coming together and ending in a tragedy.
"gypsy" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Gypsies friend allaire who was on the blanchard's front lawn with other concern neighbors that day told police what she knew about gypsies secret online boyfriend she showed them the printouts she had saved which included his name based on that information police asked facebook to trace the ip address from where the post two tvs account had been made it turned out to be in wisconsin the next day police agencies rated the big band house nicolas in gypsies surrendered and were taken into custody on charges of murder and felony armed criminal action the news the gypsy was safe was a relief to people back at her home town she in nicholas were extradited and held on one million dollars bond but in announcing the news screen county sheriff jim arnett warned things are not always what they appear the median springfield leader reported the truth the gypsy had never even been sick earn at warned people not to donate any more money to the family until investigators could learn the extent of duties fraud her to work armor so when police arrived mix mother's house in big wisconsin the fern furner that could introduce gypsy to his mom and he told her the chips had been kicked out of her house and had been living in a homeless shelter on knicks mother and stepfather said that the couple advocate everything was fine and they agreed to let gypsy live there with nick chips historic behavior after mother had been brutally killed by her boyfriend would make many people wonder if she was a sociopath send that's a i think that's a good possibility were.
"gypsy" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Now nicholas told gypsy to hide in the bathroom and cover her ears so that she would not have to hear her mother being stabbed to death she did that but she could still hear her mother and she said that her mother called out her name and called for help as nicholas was attacking her but gypsy continued to stay in the bathroom covering her ears than their close to a beauty several times more than several or water finance six gypsy consists would he promised her but she promised him were she promised him he wanted to reach somebody bitter a couple times passion than the two of them perked trips these things took four thousand dollars in cash from house ended up in a motel outside his springfield staying there for several days and planning to the to the next steps so what they did is they melt the murder weapon to nix home in wisconsin where he lived with his parents and i guess that was to avoid being caught with that then they took a bus to wisconsin several witnesses saw the two of them on their way to the greyhound station they said that gypsy was wearing a blonde wig and that she was walking quite well independently on the afternoon of june 14th gypsy used nix tho to post two updates to the facebook pitch that she shared with her mom now the first post read that bitch is dead followed seventeen minutes later by another post that suggested that whoever left the post had violently killed td and had raped gypsy gypsy would later told the police that she was concerned because several days had passed without any when discovering her mother's body and she wanted.
"gypsy" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Yeah could have been what she's thinking so yeah i mean i not consulted for that probably she thought that the only way she could be free of her was his did he was dead while hiding i'd falter for that i still don't think it's an excuse for murder although i mean this allowed to talk about with that so it term of there yeah so the mayor didn't gypsies only reason for wanting to her mother killed but nicholas on the other hand seemed like he took pleasure from planning the murder and his looking forward to it he told gypsy daily wanted to rape her mom before he kilter at horrendous jesus it's shocking chips which was disturbed by that idea walk out i hope for that she made a deal with him that he could red chips in the house after he had killed eighty now nicholas traveled to springfield on a greyhound bus the next day chip cndd had gone to the grocery store and that evening they painted each other's nails they stayed up late as gypsy secretly texted with nicholas after dini was a slate gypsy texted nicholas that she would leave gloves outside the front door for him she warned him that the door was squeaky so that he should be careful gypsy also allowed him into the house and gave him a knife with the understanding that he would use it to murder her mom so she is clearly involved there's no way you can not blame her at least in march for this murder she should dictated the terms of the murder yes.
"gypsy" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Then in two thousand fifteen gypsy ran for her mother to meet nicholas when he came to springfield should this plan where they would just bump into nicolas while she indeed you were at a movie theater and they would pretend to develop relations from there and she could introduce him oh yeah yeah as soon as they did meet for the first time in person this is an online relationship until there the two had sexiness theater bathroom let's according to nicolas got shot and this is the only time they been together yeah an soon missing the cinderella movie with her mother nicolas showed up alone how did he looked at nicholas anxious actually hit it right away so she third is pretty weird that a grown man is gonna see cinderella by himself share has a point there that's legitimate i would think yeah d these cities a creepy guy and was totally against gypsy seeing him this would be the only inperson meeting before nikko's killed didi so at this point gypsy think she's in love with nick less and she's very desperate to escape her mother her mother had been holding her as a prisoner abusing her with medication in procedures and gypsy had no chance at a normal life with friends college or even may be marriage if chips he'd been raised properly and given normal opportunities she may have gone on to use so la for all of her wedding planning and registry needs zola is the wedding company that will do anything for allowed will it certainly more than mu of cloth for sure so is reinventing the wedding planning and registry experience.
"gypsy" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Thinking that gypsy was too young and that she was being taken advantage of by a sexual predator so this is too varied damaged people coming together it can only lead to badness this was a grim and regroup nothing good can come of this nicholas had been talking to gypsy more and more about violent fantasies uram ex girlfriend of mercosur's counter to gypsy online and warned her abroad nicholas chip students mr krahmer's as just the words of a bitter ex girlfriend her did have a criminal past in 2013 he was arrested for watching pornography and funding of shelf in a mcdonald's for nine hours i know this is not something that's funny but i chuckled about that well the nine hours this funny because his lynch point do you say something here during another beggar fries with sir for well you know he's been funnelling himself in the coroner over there for eight hours so sure at nine hours i'm calling the copyrights convicted earlier very gets arrested and he had a big knife item when he was arrested let's scary he's a scary guy he is and he also said that he had multiple personalities and here's gypsy to make up other personalities for herself so his other personalities could girlfriends this is almost beyond weird so muster their interactions were online roleplay she had a little girl personality a sled he personality and an evil personality circus continued for quite a while and about a year into the relationship gypsy confided nicolas about her life with her mother he told her that he would protect her in over the next year things progress into a plan to kill didi gypsy maintained contact with the layup online and allay a safe some printouts a post that gypsies shared with her into two thousand fourteen that had been posted between her and nicolas.
"gypsy" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Police gypsy said that afterward duty smashed her computer in her cell phone with a hammer and that she threatened to do the same to her fingers if she ever tried to escape again she also punished her by keeping her tied to her bed for about two weeks with a dog leash in handcuffs dd later told gypsy that she had filed paperwork with the police claiming that gypsy was mentally incompetent leading gypsy to believe that if she attempted to go to the police for help they weren't going to believer so she's really entering into a trap here later verb at the same term uses firms through troops in his shirt after obscure so yes we will know exactly how true are yeah but we have no reason to believe anything duty said regional proved herself as a liar for our nurture but we were researchers uses true true enough virtual yes so somewhere around two thousand twelve gypsy who was continuing views internet after her mother going to bed mood online contact with nickel sky john a man around her age from big band wisconsin jesse claim they met on a christian singles group there's a facebook patient that year with their names combined give their status says in a relationship and nicolas had some issues of his own i would say kidney though criminal record for indecent exposure and a history of mental illness in two thousand fourteen gypsy confided to allay hell woodman's see a 23yearold neighbor who unaware that gypsy was really close to her own age consider herself a big sister that she in nicholas had been talking about eloping they were getting serious about each other and they had even chosen names for their potential children gypsy who had five separate facebook accounts flirted with nicolas online their conversations sometimes included sadomasochistic fantasies allay i tried to talk her out of running away with nicholas.
"gypsy" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"And he mood regular child support payments yes i think he was definitely pushed away by her not to make excuses for him but she didn't want them around toshiba but many people were charmed by dd and gypsy gypsy was this little five foot tall nearly toothless girl with big coke bottle glasses her voice was very high pitched in childlike reinforcing the idea that she was younger and that she had multiple disabilities duty would regularly shaved gypsies had to give her the appearance of a chemotherapy patient she wore wiggs our hats when they left the house didi took an oxygen tank in feeding two with them so gypsy was fed mostly with the liquid nutrition supplement pds scher even as she entered her twenties rose remain sort secure hours sudiro duty reviews physical abuse to control troops she yours holder here in the presence of others remember lifter a long in term terms of whenever gypsy said something that is suggested shoes' not really sick or that she seemed to be above her purported lentil capabilities her mother would give her hand very tight squeeze as a warning and then when the tour alone schutte the hit gypsy wither open hands are hitter with a coathanger to this is all according to gypsy we have no proof of that right this is chips his story after the murder medical interventions did continue td had some of gypsies saliva glands treated with bowe talks in then eventually surgically removed she said to control drooling toops were implant in our ears after td repeatedly told doctors the gypsy had symptoms of air infections i wasn't that easy enough to see if a kid has an ear infection it is so soared are gifts again not necessarily defending physicians but if you're history is that this could his.
"gypsy" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"And a hot tub as part of a larger project on the north side of springfield and then they moved there the story of a single mother with a severely disabled daughter forced to flee can treatments devastation received a lot of local media attention i'm sure did a heck of a story here and the community pitched in to help gypsy in her mom and they knew her as didi blanchard tariffs outpouring of local support included managed charitable contributions in louisiana duty and gypsies stayed in the ronald mcdonald houses to him medical appointments and in missouri they receive free flights to see doctors in kansas city free trips to walt disney world and backstage passes to moran deliver concerts and we even have a photograph of gypsy with the singer and this was done view the mic wish foundation it that's just a horrible thing to do let's take advantage of these charities standing always people reid blanchard also continued to make monthly childsupport payments of hundred dollars rat called only occasionally intact to gypsy on the foam on gypsies eighteen th birthday when he called didi told him not to tell gypsy that she was eighteen she told him that gypsy thought she was only fourteen and he should go along with that which he apparently did your earth the surge burma pretty much controls everything and tells chip see exactly what she's too was to say in thank so it's tough rudd said that he and his second wife regularly hope ticket to springfield and visit but for a variety of reasons didi would have to change plans and when workout duty told her neighbors in springfield that gypsy rose his father was an abusive drug addict and alcoholic who had never come to terms with his daughter's health issues and that he never sent them any money in other reorders a little different from her it is maybe he wasn't the most karen concern father in the world but it sounds like you did make repeated attempts to see her.
"gypsy" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Since the these you were chris there's no evidence is she had muscular dystrophy you got to have an abnormal biopsy his news definitive science on biopsy that would lead you to diagnose muscular dystrophy so she didn't have right but inexplicably she was successful in securing treatment for these purported medical issues after she told doctors that gypsy hit seizures every few months they prescribed anti seizure medication several surgeries were performed on her during this time and she was also a regular at the er bringing gypsy in for a wide variety of complaints were hurt route given the people at the hospital must have known the choose a frequent flier involving sir hang usual term sure shoes pro era forsman basis with most of but in hindsight which is always easy you can say here she she should have been flag i'd say she should have been definitely handled think there is much question about that no i said this reluctantly because doctors to dropped the poor ones kid yes but above all your an advocate of patients not other doctors so i would especially think in pediatrics you have such a vulnerable clients that you really have to be looking out for them you do after hurricane katrina in august two thousand five according to didi cheian gypsy left they are ruined department for shelter in covington the shelter they arrived at with specially set up for people with special needs dd said gypsies medical records including her birth certificate had been destroyed in the flooding a doctor they are from the ozarks suggested they relocate her to her native missouri so the next month they were airlifted to a rural missouri they lived in a rented home they're paid for by local charity during their time there gypsy was honoured as it's two thousand seven child of the year by the only foundation they advocate for the rights of feeding tube recipients in two thousand eight habitat for humanity build them a small home with a wheelchair ramp.