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Small Business Saturday: How to Survive and Thrive in COVID Times
"Small business. Saturday is quickly approaching. He'll probably look a little bit different than last year. Here with the vice and i take advantage of holiday. Season is chip haman. Who's the deputy president small commercial of the hanover. Insurance group chip. Welcome back to the show. Thank you. It's good to be here so everyone's excited about the holiday season but it's gonna be a little different than last year. I completely agree. Coach changes everything. So what should small businesses do to take advantage of this time of year. Which is really important. Their overall sales. I think you hit the right point there as much as covid. We'll bring some challenges. This is always an important time of year for for small businesses Some small businesses may see after their sales come from right last know forty five days of the year so the the things that i think about. Our inventories tend to be maxed out at this time of year roles and staffing can be stretched. And and you know whether it's seasonal workers or have you people work overtime certainly here. In the northern part of the country winter weather arrives and that can Throw challenges in as well now. I know i agree. It definitely will be It will definitely be a transition so with all of these types of things. How can small business owners prepare. Well as always we recommend that Small businesses work with an independent agent to to help them because in every small business is unique even when they stay within the same industry. So things that you know. We like to have businesses think about our our their basic insurance coverage so that when something does if something does go wrong that they're they're protected So an inventory bursting at the teams Making sure limits or adequate their coverage With these being some of the most important sales days the year share their business income coverage that protects them throw unable to conduct their business. mixture their limits are adequate There can be challenges From hiring seasonal workers so whether it's training these employees for workers compensation or Making sure that you you hire the right people not forgetting to do background checks and and the like and then sort of just thinking about all of the you know the christmas traffic that comes in and all of that. You know before you add kobe done. So let's talk about a few of those because you talk about business income coverage but my understanding is is that this is something would happen besides cove it like if there was a fire or another natural disaster. Spit fire seems to be. The you know the most dramatic but you know water damage can be you know. Got a very common one. Whether it's a a pipe break on the street out in front of you. A neighbouring tenant as high frac- or an apartment above you has frac- there's all sorts of different things that can happen. And when when any of those things happen and they cause you to have to close your doors Hopefully not for long period but even just a few days at this critical time of the year Not only are you losing sales. You're losing your profits.
Ivy League cancels winter sports because of COVID-19
"The ivy league has cancelled all of their winter sports. That's for the rest of time actually was in the press. Release the rest of time ever playing a gig there winter sports ohio every every ball hockey every everything. So there's no because i think they had postponed it until january will now. They've just nixed the entire. They have billions upon billions at all. These schools are sitting on then. They don't need the money as well as other schools are are locked and loaded with ten million dollar your coaches and stuff like that. You know the big five conferences and everything. They need the money. The ivy leagues don't need it. They're sitting on piles and piles of cash. That is very true. Actually i think the ivy league should give free college education to anybody who wants to go there. Anybody who's going to happen. Yeah well of course you know you have to get in there and there's what are you setting. What do you think. Harvard sitting on your billion dollar and i would say double that i would get more than that. Yes billion dollars endowment somewhere around there. Yes telling me the harvard got more money than steve. Cohen has forty two billion right as they select you to be fortunate enough to school there because they select you to go there They should just let it be free so yale has a so. Harvard has a forty two billion dollar. Any money for yale is at thirty billion. Why the neighbor did you see see. I don't i think columbia. Because of all the real estate they pay is the least of the mall. they're eleven billion. What about poor dartmouth. I was going to give you. Princeton princeton tondo centers paying into dartmouth. I'm not dartmouth paid into boston. College diarmid the six billion. Wow dorman it's gotta get it together on. What do you do billion. I remember in hanover. Hanover new hampshire so they basically don't have any overhead brown four point seven man. You're like caney game room and board as that's what i'm asking you i don't know i don't know it's pretty wild. Though makes the world go round. Doesn't it boomer. That's pretty
Who Was George Fredrick Handel
"Welcome back to another episode of five minutes in Church history. On this episode, we're talking about a composer George, Frederic Handel and I resist the urge to have upon here and say that we going to get a handle on handle. But let's get a handle on hindle. He was born in sixteen, Eighty five in Hallo- Germany the importance of that year is it was the same year as the birth of Johann Sebastian Bach sixteen eighty five was a great year for the birth of composers apparently, and now Bach to handle and I promise. I'm done with punts. Well handle was originally set to be a lawyer but he loved music and he quickly showed his prowess as an organist and at composing, and so he said off to be a musician. He spent some time traveling around Italy and then he was musician for the elector of Hanover. Now, the importance of the elector of Hanover was that he was the heir to the throne of England and when Queen and died childless the elector of Hanover became King George the. First of England handle moved with him to London and the year was seventeen off and from then on hand spent the rest of his life in Britain, and he's while born in Germany and German descent is known as an English composer under George. The first t founded the Royal Academy of Music, which he directed for fifteen years early on in London Handel composed for King George the first his famous water music or as in handles beloved German Tongue vassar music. The first time it was performed for King George loved it so much. He ordered it played again and then he ordered it played again. So debuted three times in a row in seventeen seventeen. After. He finished his time handle finished his time at the Royal Academy of Music. He spent much of the Seventeenth Thirties writing operas, and then he said about to write what might be considered his magnum opus the Messiah. Handel. was by all accounts obsessed with work. We would say today a workaholic and he poured himself into his work as a composer as a musician. Sadly in seventeen fifty one he went blind and then in seventeen, fifty, nine, the age of seventy four he died in, London? He was buried in Westminster Abbey and of course, the grand organ of the Abbey and the choir played his beloved. Messiah. Handel one said I should be very sorry if I only entertained them referring to the people who listen to his music, he wanted people to not only be entertained but to beat moved by his music and that was certainly the case with the Messiah. The Messiah was first performed in Dublin on April thirteen, seventeen, forty two it was performed the next year in London and King George the second was in the audience attending and when he got to the chorus for part to the Hallelujah Chorus King George, the second was moved that he stood up, and of course, when the king stands everyone else stands in. So the whole theater stood alongside of the king and that started tradition of standing during the Hallelujah course. The Messiah is in three parts. Part one begins with prophecies of the. Coming Messiah from Isaiah and Psalms, and takes us right to the shepherds watching their flock at night on Bethlehem's hillsides. Then part two covers the passion, the suffering in-depth of Christ and ends with that Hallelujah course part three picks up with Christ's resurrection and continues with his ascension and what theologians call his present session in glory, and then it ends with the day of judgement to come as the Messiah the king comes in glory. Well, that is Handel's Messiah and when he was finished writing the musical score, he signed it s D. G. Solely Dale Gloria.
Boston - More Than 20 Communities Now At High Risk For Coronavirus In Massachusetts
"Are added to the high risk red Zone with more on that. Here's Jim McKay. We're now up to 63 communities in the highest risk category for the state designated red on the covert 19 map that's released on a weekly basis. To get into the red. You have to be testing at eight cases per 100,000 residents some of the newest communities in the red on the map. Weymouth, Hanson, Hanover, Abington and Rockland all on the cell shore, West Newberry, Oxford and saw August and the list goes on. What may be more alarming is the jump in the overall state case rate. Just in the past week, Massachusetts went from a daily average increase from 7.3 cases per 100,000 people to 8.7%. So if you took over 19 high risk map math and took its state wide the entire state would be in the red Jim McKay W. B. C. Boston's news radio
Putin foe Navalny fighting for his life after suspected poisoning
"Russian opposition leader Alexia Vanni is reportedly unconscious in a hospital today and there are concerns that he was poisoned. He got sick on a flight in his plane had to make an emergency landing in the Russian city of. Joining us now is the BBC's Sergei Gorriak in Moscow. What is known about? What happened to Vanni? What would we know from now is that Navali is in stable but grave condition he's still in a coma is held in the hospital in the city of Ohm skits the middle of the Siberia and Navan his wife and his supporters came already from Moscow oems but the doctors there don't let them to go inside and to see what happens with Napoleon. Is, he also, we know that Navales supporters. Novalis. Team is going to transfer him in hospital in Europe probably that will be Hanover in Germany to be treating there because they don't believe Russian doctors and they believe more in medicine like broad But now his condition is critical and he's not ready to be transported which is why he's still there in. Now, he is forty four years old. He is a staunch critic of president. Putin, tell us more about who he is while for the last ten years broke Smith Lena has been the main opposition figure in. Russia he's the vocal critic of Putin. He's his thorn in a back. I can say so and he started as an opposition blogger right in about corruption cases among officials or businessmen somehow connected linked with the government they after he. Held a very successful campaign during the elections in two thousand eleven and these campaign against The United Russia party that's the main ruling party in this country. Made this party almost lose the elections in the State Duma. That's the parliament Navan only raised like lots of people to. Come on the streets they were mass rallies like hundreds of thousands of people in Moscow and Saint Petersburg and other cities who were protesting against United Russia the body which Nevada libels as a party of Crooks and thieves after that he tried. To run for mayor of Moscow. And dirt even tried to participate into the presidential election in two, thousand, eighteen. But he was barred from running because or was convicted in embezzlement He denies any wrongdoing. He thinks that these cases criminal case was political. He has a very successful anti corruption foundation which does a big and very A. Very good investigations on different politicians and Putin's France out He even made a very successful investigation on which means that if that's been A. Ex. President. Of Russia and Prime Minister after the that investigation specifically in two thousand seventeen, they will also mass rallies in Moscow. So there are lots of reasons, for Kremlin, not to love Nirvana as you can see. Well, and if indeed he was poisoned, this would not be the first Putin critic to be targeted. There's a long list not at all but what many experts here in Russia's say what I should agree with that such thing as only spoiling by. Either security services either some Putin's men could only happen with Putin's approval and. Now it there is no reason for Putin to try to put navalny in hospital or even to kill him because are no very prominent political campaigns running. No very big elections in Russia actually wouldn't have only was doing. Siberia. He was housing small campaigns for. Local elections in some Siberian cities where his supporters are running for some places in a city parliaments or regional parliaments, which is why still very puzzled about who and why would want Nevada to be poisoned and crime in spokesperson injury Paskov ready told that Kremlin wishes Nevada. Speedy recovery and they also told that they would help if Navales family would want him to be treated abroad.
Belarus' leader faces toughest challenge yet in Sunday vote
"When you compare Belle Russian presidential candidates, Alexander Lukashenka, and Smith Lama to who knows. You quickly see that they're different in just about every way. In his State of the nation speech earlier this week Lukashenka says, the outsiders are plotting to overthrow his government and are pointing their poisonous arrows directly at him. His tone is grim combative and old fashioned. He's the quintessential strongman leader with Lana to Hanover on the other hand has a very different style. Confused theme. Men. Apolo. But I can show that women even more. Power than our man. That's tikhonov scarce speaking with the BBC she's common composed. She's not a career politician, but she's become the face of opposition and she's very popular. Last week sixty thousand people showed up to one of our rallies in the Belorussian capital Minsk. Rally in Belarus since the nineties.
Dogs Can Sniff Out Coronavirus Infections, German Study Shows
"Kicking off today with some potentially positive covid nineteen news from our canine friends. Dogs being trained, to sniff out. Drugs, weapons, and diseases like malaria, and even cancer is nothing new, but a new study shows that when trained dogs are able to sniff out code in Nineteen infections, quoting CNBC a new study, which was piloted by the University of Veterinary Medicine Hanover the handover medical school in the German armed. Forces found that if properly trained dogs were able to discriminate between human saliva samples infected with SARS COV to and non infected samples with a ninety four percent success rate overall, the hope is this method of detection could be one day used in public. Such, as airports, sporting events and other mass gatherings in addition to laboratory testing to help prevent future covid, nineteen outbreaks, according to researchers and quotes. The study was conducted using eight dogs from Germany's armed forces. They were trained for a week, using thousand samples of both infected and uninfected saliva, also neither of the researchers, nor the dog handlers new, which was which. Marin because black widow, who conducted the study says the dogs can probably detect folic change which occurs when a person is infected the one issue, the dogs apparently can't differentiate Kovic nineteen from other diseases like influenza yet, but the research team says that is the next step and the Hannover Medical School in Germany aren't the only ones conducting trials on trained dogs. Researchers at the London School of Hygiene and tropical medicine are also training and studying dogs to see if they could detect covid nineteen from person's body odor, which they say is altered by respiratory disease, and as for the canines welfare quoting CNN. Dogs are known to be. Be Able to contract cove nineteen, but there is no evidence that the virus can spread from dogs to humans, the team, medical detection, dogs or sure CNN that the dogs are well looked after and will be kept safe from infection, our dogs we trained on a dead virus, and then have no contact with the individuals. They're screening, but will sniff the air around. The person says representative Jimmy Butler and the dogs will only be permitted to be touched by the handler, which therefore means there will be very low risk of spread of the virus from the dog to their handler or to the people they live with and quotes. While this might not replace the uncomfortable diagnostic tests it could, certainly as the article said be a boon for public spaces where you need to test large numbers of people instantaneously and where fever scanners would only catch symptomatic. Assuming that is that the dogs could sniff out positive infections in a symptomatic. So, we'll have to see how accurately the dogs can be trained, but sounds like a promising solution so
Germany: Garden search continues in McCann investigation
"Of a possible development in the Madeleine McCann investigation. Correspondent Frederik Pleitgen tells US police in Germany or conducting a search in a garden near the city of Hanover. Prosecutors still remaining fairly tight lipped about what exactly they're doing. What I am hearing, though, from German media is that they are using that excavator there, apparently moving a lot of things out of that garden actually put up a dumpster outside of it as well to sort of take things out what they have also done those. They've also put up screens to try and block the views. Obviously, people passing by the cameras, of course as well. Madeline was three years old when she went missing in 2007 well on vacation with her family in Portugal In June, Prosecutors in Germany told CNN they had some evidence that a man who had been imprisoned for an unrelated crime had killed the child, but there was not enough evidence. To file charges.
German Police Dig Through Garden in McCann Investigation
"Clues in a 13 year old missing person's case. German police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann have been digging up a garden plot near Hanover in connection with their probe. Madeleine disappeared from a holiday apartment in Portugal in 2007. Last month, a German convicted sex offender and burglar named only it's Christian be was identified as the chief suspect, among other things, he had been living in the area at the time. British police are still treating this as a missing persons case. The German Police say there sure Madeleine is dead. Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London, Florida Man got
Hanover High creates tribute for its graduating seniors
"Hanover high school is paid a special tribute to their graduating seniors portraits of the one hundred and eighty nine senior class students have been set up on signs in the order of students would have sat in during their graduation ceremony faculty also created signs with words of inspiration and encouragement Hanover high has a target date of July thirty first for
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh on plans to let restaurants offer outdoor dining
"Restaurants in Boston are waiting for some specifics on reopening especially outdoor dining party walls with dressing the issue during yesterday's city hall briefing outdoor seating for when restaurants open it's something that we're working on looking at we want to help restaurants recovering create safe distance options for everyone I want to be clear that this is for when dining at restaurants is allowed back in the plan and that is not in phase one but we want to be ready so this morning the city of Boston licensing board took action to lift restrictions streams to streamline the process the board also issued an online questionnaire that serves as an initial intake for applications we receive responses already from a hundred and forty seven different restaurants there is an interest in every neighborhood and with every aspect of our response to this crisis we're going to make equity a priority we'll be doing outreach to communities all across the city of Boston and all across different business districts I also want restaurants and all that we certainly feel your pain because one of the first things that were able to do was when Russians were allowed to do take out in the city of Boston were able to work with delivery and helping you set up delivery services we're able to help you with take out restaurants and Indian folks didn't have take a licenses allow every restaurant that would take a license we also advocated for the state to make sure beer and wine to be sold out of your restaurants in the city of Austin City some of all of the places we allow grocery C. stores that sold out a restaurant so we certainly feel your pain and we're doing everything we can to help restaurants survive not just now but even after this when they open up so we want to let you know that we're working very hard so I'm asking you please make sure that you thought your applications online and fill out the survey so we can better serve you choose to move forward the mayor talked about the process of applying for outdoor dining we're asking people to go on the city of Austin website go to licensing you'll see that we were making it easier for people to apply for these licenses that they'll one day licenses Olivia series of one day licenses that we're going to do we have a hundred forty seven people have expressed interest now and we'll go through the guidelines would looks like some restaurants have the ability right now without having any type of special special treat not treatment but special kind of waivers allow for them to open up on sidewalks are we looking at but we're working through a process which can happen this is a good example so restaurant gesture on you wants to have a good dining they don't have the ability but their sidewalk in front of the building they would apply saying that we were interested in having a cavity or something in front of my store it's on the sidewalk we would be working with them to see if we could do if your memory loss if years ago on the city bus in these pockets we put them in a parking space so would potentially give them a parklet out where they could set up some tables the sidewalks accessible for folks and would be able to allow them the opportunity to do some outdoor dining there's other places that we might be able to you know close close on a parking you know with the while laying in the street that's used for parking and maybe turn that into a restaurant restaurant space so it would be creative in different parts of the city there's not one plan that'll work everywhere some people said shut shut down Hanover street it sounds like a great idea in theory could be wonderful but you know we have a we have a fire station the middle end of the street so we have to think about how we do something like that work on that so we're gonna be working with the businesses and for us we work with the communities let them know that's coming you know there's gonna be some sort of communiqu process here for example a lot of our restaurants and residential neighborhood so there's a house on either side of them so we want people to know that like okay we're gonna we will get we make a lot of them have also done you're okay with it because people have their homes XR minutes again there's not one place in Boston Newbury street staff and then you know Washington Street Roslindale down the street in in in in Dorchester Roxbury it's it's
Boston - 19-Year-Old Stabbed And Killed In Weymouth, Woman Arrested For Murder
"An arrest has been made in the killing of a Weymouth man nineteen year old Ryan Martin staff to death Thursday night in a wooded area near kernels Dr twenty six year old Kelsey debello arrested yesterday in Hanover and charged with murder she will be arraigned on Monday reports indicate that you did know each
Supermarket throws out $35K of food after woman coughs on it
"This in Pennsylvania because the grocery store thirty five thousand dollars in food what they do it happened yesterday at the supermarket in Hanover township the co owner said the woman came into the store and proceeded to purposely cough on all the produce a section of the bakery the meat case other spots in the store estimated the food value was well over thirty five thousand dollars he also said Lee efforts are being made to make her be tested for corona virus the she's not
Philadelphia - Drive-thru COVID-19 Testing Site To Open Saturday In Montgomery County
"Montgomery county's drive through testing site will open at ten this morning but by appointment only the county has thirteen new cases including another pediatric patient a four year old and new Hanover township that brings the total in the county to sixty eight also as we hear from K. Y. W. suburban bureau chief Jim mail what the county is asking people to donate any extra masks Montgomery County commissioner Val arco says they're asking for any type of mask we've already had some donations from businesses that were shut down and they knew they had mass so they offered them up so if we can get more from businesses that are closed for now that would just ease the burden for everyone our coaches still asking otherwise healthy people who have minor symptoms to skip testing and assume they have it the save test for people who need them the drive through testing site is appointment only made through a link on Monaco PA dot org and you have to have a fever higher than one hundred point four ninety nine point six if you're over sixty five and also a call for shortness of breath ports available for health care workers are first responders with contact with the suspected coronavirus case Marcus says the results of those tests they will likely take four to six days to come
The 'On Point' Iowa Caucus: Where Do Voters Stand?
"This is on point Magneto Birdie. We're doing something a little bit different this hour. Were experimenting with an on Point Mini Caucus. Because the Iowa caucuses or about three weeks away now and so we're kind of we've created this metaphorical room in our minds. Eye Radio version of a Iowa precinct. Here and seeing what Iowa voters think as they look towards basically casting their first votes In this presidential election season we started out the hour hearing from supporters of Senator Elizabeth Warren and Senator Bernie Sanders before the break. We I heard from two neighbors in Cedar Rapids Iowa. Who won who was all in for Mayor Pete Buddha Judge and another and Solomon who is still going to stand the corner for Cory Booker and wait to see who might convince her to move somewhere else and now? Let's talk about people tussling over Vice President Joe Biden. Here's the moment yesterday from the Democratic presidential debate in Des Moines. Where former vice president Biden really noted his broad support? He said that he has nationally so here he is look. I've been the object. She's affection now more than anybody else. I taken all the hits. He can deliver. And I'm getting better better in the polls my going up and by the way I have overwhelming support from the African American community overwhelming more than everybody else in this operation Vice President Joe the last night and when he said I've been the object of his affection now more than anybody else on the stage. The vice president was referring to President. Donald Trump. Let's go to Jane Who's calling from Fairfield Iowa Jane. You're on the air what who do you think you're going to be caucusing for thank you very much for your show My my husband and I have had The same issues as I think it was very league. Who wasn't sure who she was going to vote for In the caucuses who she was gonNA side with And Our experience was that there were a lot of good ideas out there that you know when we went to see each candidate we thought yeah. That's a good idea. Or that's a good idea. And that's a good idea and then about two weeks ago we went into See Joe Biden in Grinnell and we realized by you know listening to him being with him. Yeah that we were for sure going to call 'cause for him and The reasons I mean I know I have to be sync but One thing is that he can take the reins of the government immediately He doesn't he's completely capable. Oh and he's he's He's very cogent. His answers were extremely informative and comprehensive comprehensive. He's very competent and other reason is that he he wasn't ranking about anything he was. We felt much better or from being with him because we feel that the ideas presented by most of the candidates will find their way to policy in the united the states. But this is a man who is kind is only mentioned his generous of heart and he's very competent. So we I feel like he has the best chance of unifying that country anything else important. It's unify the country's right. Well Jane thank you so much for your call. Let's go to Robert. WHO's calling from Grinnell Iowa Robert? You're on the air. Hello yes we're we are definitely definitely caucusing for Bernie the last time around we caucus for burning. We knew eight at vowed. Second Amendment voter never voted re- democrat in his his life he caucus for Bernie. It was about healthcare Bernie is willing to make changes. People voted for trump. Because they wanted a change they. I didn't want things as they were. Which is what Hillary is not going to change anything? They wanted changes so they voted for trump. Because it was it it was a vote for either no change or vote for change and they voted for trump. That's why we've caucusing for Bernie Bernie is willing to change things. So that means that you definitely wouldn't caucus for senator. Sorry doing that. Vice President Joe Biden not definitely not Biden. Okay okay. We'll Robert. Thank you so much for your call now. Okay we've heard from various folks who have their mindsets on their on their candidates but it turns out that about right now in Iowa. Iowa seems as if undecided voters undecided. Iowans might be forming the biggest block of Iowa caucus goers. Let's talk to go back into our own point caucus caucus room and talk to to currently undecided Iowans. The Real Wenzel joins us from Waterloo Iowa. She's Laura's director of marketing for Ymca of black of county and is currently decided perhaps leaning towards Andrew Yang Laurel. Welcome to you. Hello it's great to have you and also also from Cedar Rapids Iowa. Tom Fuller joins us. Tom is a retired maintenance supervisor. For the city of Cedar rapids. Tom Is currently undecided. As well did did have his heart on senator or his mindset on Senator Kamala Harris before she dropped out of the race so Tom Welcome to you. Okay so Laura let me ask you first here here. Whoa what's keeping you undecided right now? What have you not found in any of the candidates that you feel like you can throw your full support behind a unifying presence? I think is what I don't see in any of the candidates especially last night on the debate stage age. I was really disappointed that there is nobody that was wanting to come by Ya with the rest of the candidates and be like. Let's do this together because is inevitably. That is what is GonNa Happen. Ray Inevitably we're GONNA have one candidate and it's going to be Democrat versus Republican. But I don't feel like anybody is on the same page on that stage and it's frustrating. Because I want a unified spirit within the party which is why I go to caucus because I go to caucus for the policies of the Party as well as the policies of the individual. Okay so tom you actually truly still undecided or you kinda trying to be leaning one way or the other well I'm still undecided. I am I to me. It seems like we have a a large field of very qualified qualified people and so That makes the decision harder because they're all good so what I'm considering going to is Someone that can immediately restore our credibility With the world We think we're the laughing stock now. And I think we need to regain our The Mantle of leadership and respect and get our credibility back back and a friend of mine who was a cory booker supporter. Very adamant he just the next day went to Joe Biden very strongly and so I've been looking at Ah Biden That would pretty much. I hope restore credibility with the world pretty much outta the gate and it seems to me that when you have this confusing Mass of people that having somebody with the roots being with Obama and all of his is years in the Senate That sort of a direct line with all these other candidates kind of warming around rounded doesn't let me if I may just let me just tip toeing here again Because Lorenzo did I hear you Kinda side it was very strong side regarding regarding Joe. Ab Thinking about Joe Biden. But you're it sounds like anybody but joe I mean I think that it's a fallacy to assume that his credibility outside of the United States is going to provide any sense of security when he's an office I think that unfortunately impeachment aside the The investigation that trump was going going for it has really broken thy confidence in Joe Biden. And that's something that we haven't really heard at least I haven't heard much about Out You can be darn that he's GonNa late into that on the debate stage if Biden becomes the nominee. And and. I'm concerned I'm concerned. It's going to be another Hillary Clinton where you know you supporter. You'll like her and then all of a sudden this thing comes out and it's like Oh okay so. Let's listen coin to unify unify the party. So let me ask both of you got a couple minutes left with the two of you and Tom. I'll start with you. Is there anything that you heard from your fellow Iowans this hour. That might convinced you one way or the other not yet the to women's that go to the same church or re really really Enlightening and I'm going to re listen to this and Listen carefully to what they had to say. Cedar Rapids Nothing you know. No no we pick for many yet. it's still not three weeks certainly very interesting points. They made I still think maybe I'm I'm leaning towards Biden Haydn The reason that trump went after him I feel like trump thinks that he's the strongest candidate and and that's why he attacked him. I'm hurry everybody thinks he's the strongest candidate. I mean you can see it on the debate stage last night. They wanted to give Elizabeth Warren the last word and then all of a sudden Biden was able to rebuttal before the commercial break. I mean everybody expects Joe Biden to win this nomination Shannon I I think that's the disappointing thing is that We we have all of our hopes and dreams and this guy that is just. She's tired he looks tired. He looks you know like like he has so much that he wants to give by. He physically is just not going to be able to do it. And I I understand. Stay on that So that's why I'm just like you know you are. You are a great idea and if you could just throw your support against another our candidate I feel like that would be best in the end but you know that's not GonNa Happen for alcock Laurel. Did you hear anything this hour. That might have helped clarify in the direction. You're going to go in a couple of weeks. You know I did I. Did you know I've been. I've been fighting with my interest in Elizabeth Warren. Because I remember when I first saw her on the daily show with John Stewart and she reminded minded me of my history professor. Because that's what she wants and I have been fighting with that instinct to feel you know cast down in by her in a sense like she knows everything but at the same time I do feel like she has the best candidate on that stage and that her policies are really about the people they impact. They will impact me and my family with my son who needs long-term long term care Because he's disabled I just I'm ready for a woman. I'm ready for that feminine touch so I really if you like between the debate last night and what I heard today Elizabeth Warren seems like the best win and if I might interject I thought thought we'd be passed having I've having to think about either having a man or woman and that we would just be at the place where or we would pick. The best person is really. We've never we have that. We're not that far down the road yet. We shouldn't gender shouldn't matter it should just be the best person and it's I'm I'm pretty disappointed that we haven't gone on that far yet. Well Tom Fuller from Cedar Rapids Iowa. Tom Thank you so much for joining us in our little mini any caucus here really appreciate supporter and definitely go back. And listen on radio DOT ORG. That's where you're gonNA find it okay. Let us know what you think about. What an libby had to say and and Laura Wenzel from Waterloo Iowa? Thank you so much for joining us in our little mini caucus room here seeing you. It was a great opportunity and I hope that everybody everybody that's the thing goes out and caucus on February third. Yeah same here definitely and everybody should always participate in the electoral process as much as they possibly awesome. Cancel Laura thank you again okay. So that that was worthy more fascinating hours that I've had a chance to listen to so let me turn back to our on point news analyst Jack Beatty the Marvelous Jack Beatty. Who's been listening in from Hanover? New Hampshire Jack. We've got about two and a half minutes left here. What did you hear well? Well I heard voters who were just not only interested but intensely interested and and and and Laurel we actually. We heard an informed. Cy I mean even her. Cy was informative. We knew what she meant. And and it you know the one of the knocks on the caucus focus is undemocratic he to the no secret ballot. You've got to stand at a at a at a place for polling placer church basement for hours you've got to do it in public but on the other hand that encourages people to talk in public and look how these people talked to each each other. Not Past each other met. The arguments met the objections. Saw The merit In the other person's point of view it seems to me it modeled old Iowa's citizenship at its best. I I would agree right. I mean hearing hearing and in Libby and Lorella Lorella and Tom and and Barney and Mike all engage with each other was really inspirational. But as you said the actual caucus itself I mean I read someone described it a sort of like. It's almost a student council student president election because it can be so wild but to your original. Appoint though Jack was made at the beginning of the hour we've got about thirty seconds left here. Is there anything that you heard in these voters. That changes your your concern that you know. The Iowans wins. Don't really pick winners. Well their concern to pick a winner and that may matter as much as anything I mean. I didn't hear here purity. I didn't hear someone saying well. My commitment is to this candidates ideas above everything. Everyone seemed to hedge. I want onto winner. Maybe they'll pick one right. That definitely came through loud and clear with with all of our Iowa state but the reasons why they think their candidates might be a winner. We're quite different from one another which was absolutely fascinating so Jack Beatty Point News analyst with us from Hanover. New Hampshire the New Hampshire primary hot on the heels of the Iowa Caucus. Jack ackward diving all in now. Thank you so much for joining us today.
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This star moving at hyperdrive-speeds was spat out from our black hole
"Of the ticket a style that's being flung out of the Milky Way Galaxy Alexey at a record breaking speed of six million kilometers per hour by the supermassive black hole at the Galactic Centre a report in the monthly notices the Roll Economical Society claims. The unfortunate star was sent on its course through gravitational dads with secretaries ace tax more than five million years ago the style which is now some twenty nine thousand light years from Earth is traveling some ten times faster the most stars in the Milky Way including the son in fact. It's moving so fast. I believe the Milky Way in about one hundred million years never to return one of the study's authors emeritus professor Gary that cost us from the Australian National University. Says is the stars encounter with a black hole occurred at a time when humans were first learning to Walk Upright. He says in astronomical terms star will be leaving galaxy fairly sued and will likely travel through the emptiness of intergalactic space for eternity the Milky Way central supermassive black hole secretaries a star has some four four point three million times the mass of our Sun. It's located some twenty six thousand light years away in the direction of the Constellation secretaries authors discovered discovered this hapless style while using the three point nine meter anglo-australian telescope at the siding Spring Observatory to search for the shorted remains of small galaxies orbiting. The Milky Way is part of the southern Stella Stream Spectroscopy survey follow up observations within made with the A and US two point three minute telescope confirming the stars. Extreme speed did the customer and colleagues then trace the Star's journey back to its point of origin in the Galactic Center. It's this must have originally been in a binary system with a companion star and this system ventured too close to the black hole secretaries ace ta which then captured one of the Stars Too Close Orbit or sling shutting the other one out of the system custom and very high speed. DACOSTA says it's great to be able to confirm thirty or prediction. That stars really can be flying out of a galaxy by the supermassive black hole at the Galactic Center. I'm part of it. The national team that is using the anglo-australian telescope to get philosophies and abundances for stars in stellar streams the stuff streams Remnants of small galaxies have been ripped apart as they fall into is advertised on potential and by studying them we can learn about the distribution of doc mattering our galaxy for example but for every field. We don't necessarily have a complete set of targets for the thought so we used the other spare fathers to look at potentially other stars of interest and we found this stuff. That's has a velocity moving away from us as over a thousand cuomo specific and that was very unexpected and exciting discovery. Picked your interest in other words very much so Particularly the stars brought enough that the European Guy Satellite Commissioner a very accurate promotion. The motion in the plight of the sky is distinct from emotional life on us when we combine that with the observed. A lot of thoughts. Lusty you can trace Ashley Orbit back in time. And the orbit. Effect Exactly intersects with the center of the Galaxy. So we're very sure that this does being flung long out of the standard of the galaxy matches a prediction for a long time. Now that's been massive. Black Holes will blackouts. Generally I guess under the right circumstances weren't gobble Lapa Adventures too close but will in fact fling it out. That's right. There was a piper written first by Jack Hills in not an idea actually before four the Central Collin Galaxy was really well established in which he predicted it. If a binary star got too close to the central by call one of the stars would be absorbed in towards the blackhall. The other one would get a lot of energy be flung out of the center of the Galaxy and bicycling escape from galaxy completely. And that's what we're saying here. This really is the the first time that we've been definitively established that this high-velocity star doesn't affect have its origin at the center of the Galaxy. What do you know about this star? Well we know that it's Relatively young it's about two and a half times the mess of some. It's likely to be quite rich in chemical elements because the Santa Pod Aug- Aleksey is where the overall about this is about effective two times higher than it is in the local neighborhood so it's caught rich but With a massive about two and a half times orange the lofty that is traveling at its guide to escape from the Galaxy and hit off into it elected spice which is a very empty place. What does one cool is star in integrated space? I know if we have a planet outside our solar system. It's a rogue planet but what what is it aerobic style. I guess you'd call. It is a collective star. The the volume of spice outside of galaxies is very very empty. So you know you have a very small population of stars walk. These escaped from galaxies and and They'd be very hard to find. It's not the first high-speed contended that has been detected that appears to be living galaxy. Isn't no that's right nine for some Almost addicted I guess that there are these high-velocity stars that appear to be skyping galaxy in fraction of which appear to be coming from the center of the Galaxy. But this is the very first one where we've got precise enough to seminar of the top of the star to absolutely verify that it's coming from the center of the Galaxy hasn't been given head log number yet or a name. It has the rather prosaic name S. five because as five is the Stream survey project we're involved with And then it's it should be s one high-velocity star number one. I guess with the expectation that we might find more to me about the survey that you guys have been doing. This is really exciting. Isn't it looking at. The shredded remains a small galaxies opening the Milky Way. That's right It's actually a very good example of international collaboration. There's a team in the US that uses what's called the doc energy like camera on the former telescope in Chile. But let's you image lodge areas in the sky and they've infect done quite deep suv. I of the Southern Hemisphere Scott and in that imaging serve I I discovered of order a dozen of these streams where we believe these a AH small galaxies. That have been disrupted but you need to take spectroscopy of the stock is to get the philosophies in the abundances and the anglo-australian telescope with its two degree field spectograph spectograph lets you observe up to four hundred dollars at a time and that is a unique facility in terms of its field of view. A numbers fathers in the astronomical world so the US imaging imaging people have collaborated with star stone of his experts in fava spectroscopy to measure that. He's sort of these streams and You know serendipity can sometimes what can you fight or wait. Found this This particular stop by studying these still streams. This must be telling you a lot about the origins of the Milky Way Galaxy itself and how it's grown over Giga Giga us. Yes you're exactly right The the standard Theory of how the Milky Way is come into existence as had lots of galaxies Small galaxies full in get disrupted and then contribute. This does to the highlands of the disk of the galaxy in that process. We can try and map out. What the distribution of mass in our galaxy is by understanding the orbits of these streams in the galaxy get disrupted some of the stars get energy energy and move ahead than some of the stars lose energy in full behind? That's probably the other way around And so you. The whole thing gets strung out as a string of beat effectively and by studying the motions of streams we can actually see things like the influence of the lodge measuring like cloud as it comes by our galaxy. It's extra gravity. It disturbs the orbits of streams. and Are we seeing a lot of stuff from secretaries to office will run the other side that well it's been gobbled up. Now's well isn't it. That's that's right. I mean. The Sagittarius Stream was the first example of this Process with off. Galaxies falling in and being disrupted I guess it's Probably twenty. He's ago I guess it was in twenty five years since it was discovered and that is the archetypal example. The core of the galaxy is near the center of a Galaxy Galaxy. There's a stream of stars advice that goes across the hall. Scott now Sagittarius is was originally much more massive system than the small systems. That are just being disrupted the streams of West studying but it does just show that this process goes on Sagittarius. What in fact its own set of costs that guide to be added to the Hanover? The galaxy wants to sides of terrorists. System is completely disrupted with globular clusters. Can you tell the difference between a glove class. Sta and the center of a shredded galaxy. See that's very good question There are a few Gobert. COST IS GONNA cost is have constant abundance of elements it's like on and calcium Others but there are a few classes like a Centauri which is readily visible in the summer sky where there was a big range inch in the chemical elements like Nelson on from star to star. And it's certainly been suggested that Those cover costs as well. You see a heavy element abundance range by well obtained the former nucleus off galaxies. Pain disrupted our listeners are way normally globular cluster. oster is a tight ball of thousands if not millions of stars which originally formed together at the same time in the same molecular gas and dust cloud but when you see globular clusters crossed with stars of very different MILICIA's very different compositions. That's the telltale sign you're talking about. Exactly yes yes. In fact we have an example inside serious various the The there's a classical m fifty four which is a very luminous go cost which is right at the center secretaries and in fact does have a Ryan the elephants. So that's almost smoking guns or the Saudi.
A guide To EBikes
"Time now for the interview of the week and we're going to talk in this week's interview section about E-bikes we get more questions about e bikes in pretty much anywhere we go everywhere we go we hear people talking to us about e bikes I guess is there just so darn much fun right we're seeing more and more e bikes yeah we've had them ours for almost two years now when we first started it was we didn't see any now pretty much every time we're in a camp ground we see them if we're meeting people at an RV show as we do throughout the year people who are now telling us hey we got We got bikes so what is an electric bike now our guest is going to be a friend of ours named Ty Collins Tie is the marketing director for Radd Power Bikes but this is not meant as a commercial and we're we're talking pretty much about electric bikes of all kinds you can get whatever you want but S. T. tied to come on 'cause I know tie well and their bikes are made in the USA they're they're from Seattle and it's been fun to watch the company grow is they've been our sponsor I think they now have one hundred sixty five employees tie was telling me and they only had like four four five or six when we start when they started with as a sponsor of this podcast so we appreciate their support but we also love their bikes and we both have of one and I thought it would be great to answer the questions from an expert rather than us giving you our opinion so I consider this a guide to what oh you need as an RV`er to get an e bike is an e by right for you our guest Tai Collins the marketing director of Rad Power six collins thank you first of all so much for being with us on the podcast we're delighted to have you with us as we've been talking about red par bikes for for years now the first time I think we've had you on yeah definitely yeah Mike and I thank you so much for having us any excuse to talk. Electric Bikes woke loudly take it now let's let's talk about them because as we notice every week we are seeing e bikes electric bikes more and more as we travel across North America oh let's let's sort of start as a primer I know a lot of our audiences either considering it or wondering now after seeing them if this is really what what they need maybe you can help answer some of the more common questions so let's start with just that question why our electric bike so popular today and and what do we need to know about them in terms of motors and how they work definitely will be a big question I think we can kind of boil down some of the key so you know why are you like so popular today I think now more than ever in the US people are really becoming familiar and aware of electric bikes and all the benefits that they have you know when we started up you know a handful a year is back when most people heard electric bike they being really understand the concept and most people thought well why would I need a motor it's a bicycle bicycles if our exercise and while you can use a bike for exercise we really do electric bikes as just an awesome form of personal transportation and on that form of transportation you can get as much or as little exercise as you want the vast majority of US spend a lot of time in the car in very very short trips and e bikes are amazing because they can really replace a lot of those trips that you would take a car on a bike now for someone that's in the RV community they're really just an amazing tool because number one you don't have to rely on to- car you don't have to bring a tow car at all if you don't want to and especially some of our more compact folding models you can actually use the man a lot of the you know cargo bays or cargo areas of your RV trailer fifth wheel what have you so kind of some of the big thanks to know about electric bikes at their core they really are just bicycle they're going to peddle the same you're going to apply the brakes the same way you're going to shift the same way what you're GonNa have the added benefit of the motor which is going to be powered by your battery pack so you can really get as much assistance or as little assistance as watts so if you really just need a little help on the big hills you WanNa ride like normal bike the rest of the time you can do that if you WanNa pretty much treat it like a moped or scooter you're in just to throttle you can do that as well so their popularity is really really increasing because people are realizing what you know a versatile form of bit of our e-bikes it would be fun they are Josh so much fun and when we give people rides Ach with ours and campgrounds and we always let them take take him out for a low one guy ran into a tree once with it that was his problem he wasn't looking going any convinced him he never he never knew how to ride a bike ever so but he ended up buying what but fun is the is the is the most important thing in the first thing I hear everybody this is so much fun but there are two elements that you mentioned let's kind of talk about there's one the motor and one the batteries what do we need to know about the motors is there a certain power setting that we should look for is there any legal restrictions on size of motor what what does the consumer need to know it so in the US the Federal Regulations Limit Electric Bikes that are street legal to seven hundred he wants which is going to be about one horsepower so to legally ride an electric bike on streets bike what's bike lanes things like that it's going to have a Max wattage of seven hundred fifty watts so typically power comes in two hundred and fifty watt increments so more commonly you'll find two hundred fifty watt five hundred watt or seven hundred and fifty watt all of those are going to be street legal you can take a where you can take a race dealer bicycle irregular pedal bicycle obviously but the higher the wattage more power you're GONNA get the more quickly celebrate on the easier time you're gonNA have going up hills so you really want to look for I think seven fifty if you can and that way you're sure you're going to be Hanover exactly so the benefit of seven hundred fifty watt motor is you're going to have the most essentially the most power you can get while maintaining kind of net street legal electric bike classification. If you're going to have power over that it's GonNa go into a new category where it's going to be considered eight moped essentially and you'll need license registration insurance and things like that but at seven hundred fifty watts you can treat it just like a regular bicycle is it just a lot easier I noticed it just recently the National Park Service has authorized the use of e bikes in their system there are still some places though where we do see signs that prohibit electric bikes is is that how how do people get away with that if there are street legal island and have the same category as a as a bicycle yes so where it does get a little bit tricky is the laws around electric bikes are still getting work you know they can differ on a federal state county and even city level so you announcement that electric bikes me legalized the national park system is a really amazing step towards what we're hoping more streamlined and kind of easier to follow around electric bike so there will still be some areas that will kind of you know choose to put their own their own you know rules in interpretation and spend on a on the laws but for the most part as long as you are seven hundred fifty watts or less and there's no specific call out about not being able to ride electric bikes you're typically going to be safe I say typically because Areas can differ but it's becoming you know so much easier to ride electric bikes than it used to be and is there more popular as e bike fans increases across the North America most municipalities are realizing that these are here to stay and I think that'll change let's go down to the batteries because those are motors are powered by a battle sorry and I guess as a electric bike rider myself the first thing Jennifer and I noticed is it is is basically silent you really don't hear the motor it's not like a motorcycle or even a scooter it's very very quiet saremi thing we should know about the noise jason then we'll get into the battery usage yes so just a he said it's pretty much going to be silent you know it's it's not like the two or forced broke motors used on motorcycles and scooters at all you're really just kind of here a small winding noise from the motor and because you're pulling off a higher average speed in traditional by you might hear a little more noise from the tires on the pavement than you're normally used to but other that it's going to be very very quiet you know there are a number of different types of motors in find on electric bikes so on the bikes that we produce your red power bikes all of our motors are going to be mounted in the rear hub of the wheel we chose to use that style of motor because it's going to give you a very very natural writing experience the power still going to be generated from the rear wheel it's a nice balance is a very smooth ride of those two types of there's we have one is known as what's called internally geared motor so actually going to have a gear system within it and the other one is going to be a direct drive motor just basically powered by a series of magnet direct drive motor is going to be the styling motor that's featured on about half of our bikes in fact the device that you have micro both GonNa Feature Director motor so that's GonNa be kind of quiet as option out of all the different electric bike motorcyles you're gonNA find basically it's a series of that pop power the bikers basically just one single movement part and because of that it's GonNa be a very very quiet ready experience which really just me aches the ride that much better oh you don't even know it's it's running you don't even hear it it's neat back to the batteries you do have to charge these how how far can you go into battery or how long does a battery charge last how long does it take typically charge the battery yeah all great questions so typically a completely dead battery is GonNa take about four or so hours to charge so not too long at all and once fully charged we give eighty real world estimation of between twenty five and forty five miles per charge so the main things that are going to influence that what are your level of assist so are you just getting a little gentle level of assistance or is motor doing the vast majority of the work for you what's the size of the writer obviously a one hundred pound writer versus a two hundred fifty pound writer or use a different level of juice and then a big one the level of terrain where you cruising on a flat paint surface or you're going down some you know pretty serious roles obviously the more hills you know more power it's GonNa use I myself the way I ride which is around the city Seattle which definitely has its fair share of hills I typically getting around forty miles per charge in my kind of just common everyday usage so it's it's quite a bit quite a bit longer than it seems in a you can really covers some some major ground on a single charge now unlike an electric car for sample you don't need any specific plug you just need I guess I've always said a thirty ample supply because that's what we have in our RV but I actually just plug mine into an outside thirty APP supply on my RV or at the pedestal and they charge up real quick there I've even charged them off my batteries Argonne cell phone you'll be set and you do have a gauge their that roughly let you know how much power you have so it's very easy I've never run out and we've gone forty fifty miles a day on sometimes I've never run a pretty pretty much just like you're in a finding a car with your gas gauge we're GonNa have a very similar style the bike and that's GonNa give you five five different bars to Kinda give you a feel for where where your battery level is at and you can really make sure you're not gonNA go out and get stranded without power you know Oh you know you never wanna get stranded without power because like I was saying earlier are at their core they really are just a standard bicycle you still are going to be able to make your way back if you do in fact run out of power just going to be a little bit heavier of a bike than you might be stu how how much do these bikes way yeah so depending on the model they're going to range about fifty eight or so up to around seventy pounds so we have some replacements are going to be quite a bit more robust but by design to really hold up the weight of passengers cargo things like that now one of the questions I get often asked is how is the best way to carry them on a hitch whether they should be covered or not I always have been on people it's the same as any bicycle care if your bike gets exposed to the elements is there more we have to worry about because of the I I would assume most people would travel at the batteries off but more we have to worry about with these first parts being exposed to the elements yes so by the way kind of level you said there about you wouldn't want to necessarily leave a traditional by out in the rain and that's kind of the exact verbiage that that will use you want to treat it like you would treat you know
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"hanover" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
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"hanover" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Six AM lunch at ten, forty, five dinner at four fifteen. And then the times during the day where the inmates were counted and kind of enjoyed that talks about how some inmates like they hate the solitude of spending every night trying to pass the time, but he enjoyed it. It was. It's the whole thing is really an interesting thing. It's a long read, like I said, it'll probably crash your computer twice. But it's quite nice. That's. Ever working in baseball ever. Again, that's kind of silly because like I haven't ready. It's like, I read it, and I'm thinking the answers hire this guy. Really fucking good jobs. What six month. He got a forty six month prison sentence which has been reduced. He's got in now. He's in a halfway house. He's basically in home confinement that sort of thing. But he never never work in baseball again, but he doesn't really want to. He wants to. He explains at one point which was really interesting that baseball here it is is a baseball is one of the most unsatisfying parts of the baseball is that zero-sum game. If I do my job really well, all that man is I hope my team win a few more games, but that also meant that some other team, but lost some games. Some not really adding align. So what he's trying to do enchanting apply some of my skills to a civil minded organization that would be an opportunity to actually contribute to something positive on the road without necessarily taking something from something else. So basically he wants to do something in the Justice system because he knows it from the inside and do some data analysis. So in the end, hopefully this guy does you know something good for mankind. I hope so. He sounds like he's certainly smart enough to, but there it is sl dot com search. What happened to the Houston Astros hacker by Ben writer r. e. i. t. e. r. and I'll say one other thing right before the story says, says, the story appears in the Tober eighth episode of Sports Illustrated. For more grits. Horror stories, help an in-depth analysis subscribed to the magazine and get ninety four percent off the cover price. I'm willing to do that now so I don't ever have to visit our website. Again, read this imprint went to.
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"In his mind, quote, it was all in the context of a game to me when a pitcher throws at a batter chest, nobody runs the local authorities and tries to file an assault charge. I'm not making excuses. I'm trying to explain where my head is at interesting, and now I understand it if another team does something wrong retaliate, that's the lens at which I'm a stake in leave you and viewed it. And I used to give myself that permission. It was wrong. Respect honesty. So there you go. That's so this is the story of how this all unfolded, right that this is. I cannot wait to read this thousand four in December. He accesses at least forty eight times probably more into by December twenty fourteen though Correa who start as a freelance analyst is now these scouting director. This is this is led now's gig. He has moved all the way to the top of the of the cardinals. You know, their scouting department. Okay. This is a guy who has you know this. So it goes back to how crazy this is to begin with. He has his first first draft in twenty sixteen he is or no, I'm sorry. No, his draft is in twenty fifteen. It also happens for some reason. He leaks some trade notes to deadspin in twenty fourteen which the feds actually later catch an an attribute to hinges for shits gigs, which he may have just tried to embarrass his old colleagues, but this ends up being the the FBI involved. Oh, no. And so this is this is not good. He thought again, he thinks it's like high-tech signed stealing, which is something you know an unwritten rule of baseball is trying to steal, right? The feds show up. Basically he pleads in twenty fifteen. He is running the, he's running the draft for the cardinals in which they select all stars and guys who start for them now. And then a month later, he's arrested and six months after that, he pleads guilty and goes to prison and and was and he has to have his wages garnish it talks, okay. I won't read the rest of the thing, but it's very interesting gets better. It talks about what he did while he was in prison how he was making twenty cents an hour teaching on yet. The Astros were still garnishing his wages because that that was part of his part of what he was found guilty of doing. Like, I'm sure the Astros weren't cashing the checks, but short of even though he's making twenty cents an hour, that's his wages were still being garnered because he owes Astra's one point, seven million dollars or something. He learned how to play guitar it. So it talks about what it's like for him in a minimum security prison, which is something I've kind of unfamiliar with that world. He was in the same prison that Jack Abba Merav. The guy's name. It's funny because you, we always, we know you have an idea of what a maximum facility prison is like you seen so many movies you've seen. So somebody documentaries, you know how bad the people in there are. But that's the interesting thing is I, I don't really have a feel for what it's like at a minimum security, prisoner. What that looks like at all? Yeah, he Jack Admiral Admiral off. Who was the the lobbyists to plug. Guilty to fraud and tax evasion conspiracy to bribe public officials. He was guy who always wore a black hat. No, you might recognize him his perp walk anyway. He had been in this prison before as head a former New York City police Commissioner. So. Who plead guilty to tax evasion anyway. He ends up in this this low security prison. Most of the dudes in there like forty or fifty. She's rich white guys. It's mostly white collar crimes. It this piece goes into how America's changed how we've changed from a from treatment and rebuilt and rehabilitation for our criminals from the sixties and seventies to mostly punitive punishments in the eighties and forward how we have more. You know, there's I find all the stuff kind of interesting. He talks about his daily structure breakfast at.
"hanover" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"He on people on how people learn music in two thousand four. He got a duct. He enrolled in a doctorate program at Michigan, the combined education and psychology studying how people are not just music, but any discipline. So he's a tinker in two thousand seven. He's on internet post. Soliciting bids to conduct a research project for the cardinals because he liked baseball, and because it sounded fun. He offered to do it for free What fucking. the fuck. Basically his project he designed software that would scrape play-by-play data from the websites of college seems cross country in those in division two and division three to centralize it to give the cardinals, their analytics department a leg up. Okay. So this is two thousand seven. So he's basically doing intern work right? Finding a way to do it. Yeah, he does a great job. He another freelance project and in two thousand nine after he got all of his PHD givens dissertation, but everything else, the colonel's offered them fulltime job. He took it. He loved it. He took on everything the cardinals did and initially in eventually. Ludd now is that the guy's name Astros general manager and head all. What's it? Do you know who is. I can't pronounce his last name edged all metal. I'm not sure there's a j in the middle. It's confusing. Yeah. So anyway, to the cardinals top guys leave, they bounce. They go to. The Astros lead now becomes journal manager. Met hall becomes the title. Here is somewhere. Forget what it is. The sabermetrics analyst for the Astros engineer. It's like baseball. I think it's something about like baseball sciences young. That's one of the things that I think people who don't watch much sports. Don't realize that, especially in major league baseball at one true in in in the NBA and NFL as well. There are some very, very, very smart nerds did are doing outrageously important work for for different organizations in all of those leagues. Like even if you look at, you know, my favorite sports professional Darrow, Maury, the general manager of the Houston Rockets as a nerd. Absolutely. A nontraditional. Genius, and there's guys like this all over the place and this guy Korea on the that we're talking about right now. He's certainly one of them. Yeah, the background, you would expect a sports guy to have Jeff Ludd now became the general manager of the answers. He took with him. Someone him sig med Joel, who is his title is Houston's director of baseball sciences in Houston, director of baseball sciences, which is basically analytics guy anyway, dork the guy Korea who's left in Saint Louis believes that the time that the Astros have taken some proprietary information used to work with these guys. Okay. He gets left in Saint Louis. He believes these dudes are still they had taken the information that he had worked to build. He had built systems for him. He believes that all the work that he did. He they take into competitor at the time. I believe the Astros were in the same divisions. The cardinals were rivals word and they were the worst team in baseball Euboea this, they that NFL. So. Yeah, he thinks took proprietary data and how rhythms with them most of which he had spent thousands of hours to develop. Okay. So he one day he decides he says, going to type midday dolls, whatever this guy's name is mentioned password into the Astros Email server and see if it works. Yeah, because he remembered his password and Saint Louis. I forget what it was, but it was something silly. Amazingly, it works there in the Email server. He finds more passwords that gave him unfettered access to Houston's new database, which he believed that he basically built because he built the algorithm cardinals. So he believes that he finds evidence of his suspicions that they stole from him when he's digging around in there over the next several years. Korea incessantly found more and more evidence, although he doesn't specify what that is, and he knew what he was doing wasn't right, but he never thought it was a cry..
"hanover" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"What happened to the Houston Astros hacker. What happened to the Houston Astros hacker now you may remember the story from a few years ago, there was a cardinals employees who got investigated by the FBI because he broke into a database that the Astros had and stole proprietary information ended up getting a lot of prison time for this. He went to prison for this. Yes, yeah, it was the Jit, the pieces on us. I dot com which unfortunately is far and away the worst website on the internet. This piece is it's a lot of words. It takes a while to read and it'll probably crash computer like two or three times. So if you have a printer nearby, I mean, I went encourage wasting the paper, but it might be better than actually, you know, I r s readers really aren't a thing anymore in two thousand eighteen. I don't think right. But if there's any way you can read this without actually going is website, I would encourage that, isn't they like a read only button you can press on your iphone or something where it takes out all the photos and shift think there is on your iphone. It's funny that you just mentioned that because I got through the first paragraph before I got a pop-up that caused my whole browser to crash. Yeah, shockingly this is like the one page on the doesn't have an auto play video, which is great. Thank God, but all the anyway. It's shame because hidden under this terrible terrible website is some tremendous writing just yesterday. I, I don't know why decide to visit there. And I saw this along with a couple of. The articles that are very much enjoyed. Anyway. This is a fascinating story. It begins with a prison seen again, we're back in the the, the mind of in the world of crime. But this this guy, his name is Chris Correa. Starts in prison, and he is the manager of his prison softball team, oh, which God manages to go undefeated and dominate. Wow. 'cause he is tracking every pitch and he knows all the tendencies for all the other teams. So he's legitimately skilled baseball analyst? Well, yeah, what we can get to that, but let me just read the first paragraph because it's fast focus. Fantastic. Okay. As the two thousand seventeen spring season wore on, it became increasingly difficult to score against one of the four clubs in the softball league at the federal prison camp in Cumberland, Maryland. The dogs played the standard ten fielders, but it seemed as if they had twice as many right handed sluggers found the blast that used to clear the outfielders heads and the line drives at once slice in the gaps or gobbled up by the dog strange defensive alignments a triangular fly trap of three left fielders two of them deep in another shallow. Behind the shortstop, the slap and dashers tried to poke the ball. The other way couldn't find any holes either against them the dog stationed three infielders between first and second base. After each at bat, frustrate opponents. Notice the dogs coach scribbled notes on his lineup card. The dogs went undefeated consistently thrashing in the powerful All Blacks, something to put on the resume. The dogs coach thought to himself morbidly the f. b. he c- Cumberland championship softball coach. Put that on your CV. This is great. The whole thing is fantastic. Christopher Korea, he's thirty eight. Now he's in a halfway house. He's gonna get out. Basically, the guy is a sort of a genius is a math genius. Growing up coder. He he dominated computers. He played program puzzle games on its TI eighty two computer when he was in class. So it's not the type of dude. You typically see imprison. It's also not the kinda guy you would associate with baseball before this analytic wave. The crew of the the game last varied year, hearing degree in cognitive sciences from Hampton college of progressive liberal arts school child allow students to design their own curriculum..
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"I don't think they bring killers joints, we'll bring cigars. You know, maybe this would be a good topic for us. One time our call it a death row last last evening. Yeah, should the death row people be allowed to smoke blunts next time on our BP maybe in Colorado? Yeah, anyway. So following this guy's execution, they finally catch his Mazda and they finally take his head. Then they take sections of his brain and they remove them for forensic analysis. I guess they were like, well, we need to study this dude's brain to see what went wrong here because he's clearly one of the most deranged people this ever walked the face of the earth, and they examine these slices of Harman's brain and they find traces of meningitis which is not good, and they preserve his head in formaldehyde in it remained in the possession of the gardening dot. And I can't say these German words. It's got dots above the, I don't know what that does to it in a medical school. This dude. Head is preserved informality hide in medical school from nineteen twenty five until two thousand fourteen what head head was at the school of four fucking years ago and they cremated. I guess they were finally like, oh shit. It's like one of the janitors going through a closet at the gardening medical school, and they were found this fucking jar with a head in it and they were like, oh yeah, we should probably get rid of that. It's Harman's. Been laying around a while about one hundred years. What were they going to do with it? What is the point of of preserving sick man's head? We can't throw that one away. He was a serial killer, like it's a baseball card. We collect, you just can't get rid of that. One is too rare. Gotta keep it God almighty. And that's, that's the end of the longest serial killer you haven't heard of that we will ever do Fritz Harmon. Put your hand over the vampire fan over the wolf man, a total fucking unhinged. Psychopathic broken off pieces -ociety on horribly wrong in Germany. Back in the late eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds who for whatever reason, his head fucking survived until four years ago. And now it's cremated. Thank God. I don't know how many different lessons there were to take from that, but there were a lot take them, don't kill people for one. Don't let people bite you for two. If you do get bit till the cops for three, there's a lot just. Just just stay safe out there if you what is the my favorite murder by the way is one of my favorite podcast. It's it's one of the biggest most popular podcast in the world. Now, it's actually funny because I've mentioned it before. It's called my favorite murder hosted by two young ladies who were fantastic and I lose it was one of the first podcasts I ever got really into when it was the first podcast at ever made me think like, you know what I could do this, like I would love to have my own show and get the talk about cool shit that I find to be fascinating. Just like these chicks are in granted. I'm not like I have. I do the segment Syracuse. You haven't heard of on occasion just because I love this shit, and I like to talk about myself. I'm not trying to Jack their swagger, their style or anything like that, which is why try to stay away from it. But they have a saying on my favorite murder, stay sexy and don't get murdered. And that's all I'm trying to say here. Just stay fucking safe out there don't get killed in and goal. If you enjoyed this story, I'm sure they've done this one on my favorite murder and they do. They do a great job with the sickest most disturbing stories that you're ever going to hear on that podcast. I thoroughly enjoyed it back when I had time to listen to it. I don't have time anymore because I'm trying to do my own thing here, but give the girls at my favorite murder, some love. This is absolutely something that was inspired by their podcasts. So that's all I have to say..
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"Back to our serial killer. There's a turning point that comes on June twenty-ninth, win clothes. Boots and keys found stowed at Harman's apartment or identified as belonging to missing eighteen year old. Robert whistle a skull which had been found in a garden on the twentieth of may, oh, joy. Initially. Had been connected with later skeletal discoveries. It was identified as that of the missing youth. Robert Whitson was well a friend of wit. So identified a police officer seen in the company of the youth the day prior to his disappearance as Harmon. So Harmon was again, he was, he was, he was fucking con artist. He's his way into gaining these trust the trust of these young men, and then he was killing him. And he was confronted with this evidence and Harman briefly attempted to bluster his way out of the latest and most damning pieces of evidence, but then his wits, all the victims jacket was found in the possession of his landlady and when Harmon was confronted with various witnesses testimony and he broke, he finally broke. And he confessed to everything to raping killing and dismembering many young men in what he initially described as quote, rabid sexual passion between nineteen eighteen and nineteen twenty four. And according to him, he never intended to actually murder any of these kids or these men. These young men that he was, he was seized by an irresistible urge to bite into or through their Adam's apples. Often as he manually strangled them in the throes of ecstasy before typically collapsing atop the victim's body. Only one victim had escaped from harm's apartment after he attempted to bite into his Adam's apple and this individual is not known to have ever reported the attack police. The lesson their kids is if somebody tries to bite through your Adams, apple, tell the fucking police who knows how many. You know, future kills wouldn't have happened, had that guy gone to the police that whole, like if you see something say something, it doesn't just apply to terrorism or like sketchy shit. It's anything just fucking say something. Just tell the cops, if somebody a bite you definitely till the cops anywhere, not just your Adam's apple unless it's sexual and consensual in your asking to be bitten in which case, hey, do you think? But it still might be we're telling somebody about though this, you're sure just even if you ask someone like just still share, you should probably tell someone, hey, we're kind of into this thing where he bites me in the Adam's apple may die. Yes, it's probably him. Yeah. So you know it was consensual, but you tell someone that maybe not like your mom, but you know, maybe some fire at a tweet from an anonymous account now, I know anyway, so this guy eventually he gets he gets beheaded by guillotine. It's six o'clock in the morning on able. Fifteenth nineteen. Twenty five. Fritz Harmon. Beheaded by guillotine in the grounds of Hanover prison and in accordance with German tradition. This is something I didn't know about. He was not informed of his execution date until the prior evening, which is kinda rough, but also seems like you're making it easier on the prisoner. I feel like the more time I had to sit in. No, I was about to die the worse, like the more it's gonna fuck in punish me, you know. But if you tell me just the night before, it's like, okay, and you know the conceivably, you'd think he'd probably got his last meal request. Oh God, yeah, he actually got to his request. His final wishes were an expensive cigar smoke in a Brazilian coffee to drink in his cell. He was granted both. Oh, doesn't seem reasonable. Those seem like reasonable requests. I guess I, it's still weird to me, give serial killers a final request or a last meal or whatever. Like I get it. We're trying to be humane about it, but these are the least humane people that have ever walked the face of the earth. That we really need to hook them up with like one last stogie in resilient, coffee to throw back with the fuck. I don't know. I, I don't even know what I would pick if I like this move though an expensive cigar smoke in a Brazilian coffee. I'd rather have that than like chicken spaghetti in, you know, talion bread or whatever. Like I, I'd rather have the fucking I'm trying to get a one more vice in before I go like bring me a joint..
"hanover" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"He's got this attic apartment at number to rotate raise how I'm trying to pronounce the street name. He lived in a single room apartment since June nineteen. Twenty-three, the flooring walls and bedding within the apartment were found to be extensively blood-stained because our boy did not go the Dexter route. He was just spraying blood fucking everywhere. So, yes, Mike, to answer your question, it was a disgusting blood covered apartment. One room also just just doesn't sound like a pleasant place to be. I don't know how you keep a boyfriend or girlfriend. In this case, a boyfriend in that kind of scenario. I guess he's got to be just down with the cause that kind of environment. He sure the hell better be. Yeah. So he attends to explain this to police as a as a byproduct of his legal trading in contraband meat. So the cops are like, hey, there's blood everywhere, all over the walls and the floors in the bed, and he's like, oh, yeah, I trade meet illegally. That's what that is nothing more and they're like, are you sure there's all these people have been murdered or. Lot of young men missing man. This doesn't look good for you. So everybody gets questioned, right? They go and start questioning neighbors, questioning, fellow tenants, neighbors of all these different addresses he's lived at and that's when they start to piece together that lots of people have observed teenage boys. Interesting. And in some cases, not necessarily exiting Harman's different homes. And moreover, a lot of people have seen him leaving his apartment with concealed sacks or bags or baskets. Invariably in the late evening or early morning hours. So clearly he's up to the bags, are filled with the the people. If you're if you're failing to put it together on your people, he's chopping them up and putting them in bags and walking off with them. So to former tenants informed police that in the spring of nineteen twenty four, they had discreetly followed harmed from his apartment and actually observed him discarding a sack into the lane river. They found close. They found personal possessions at Harman's apartment, and in the possession of his acquaintances were suspected as being the property of missing youths. As we mentioned, he was giving shit out his presence that all came back to buy them on the ass. All of this was confiscated they, they take everything all the close, the fucking everything that they presume to be. They can't tell if it's his possessions or possessions of victims, and they put it all on display at the handover police station. And then they have the parents of all these missing teenage boys from across Germany come in to look at the items. And as successive days, past an increasing number of items where identified by family members as having belonged to their sons and brothers and Harmon did initially attempt to dismiss these successive revelations as being circumstantial in nature. By explaining. He had acquired many of these items to his business of trading in used clothing. What? So he he was doing a legal horsemeat butchering trading and also used closing clothing trading, just all of the all of the shady industries. You need to be involved in to try to get away with being a serial killer and was balls deepen those. Well, the that's sure. I'm not sure if he was actually in those industries that's just his cover. Yes, yes. That's what I mean. He was attempting think somebody would put one in one in one together, but continuing, I guess it finally did. It just took awhile being that Germany was a hole at this point, but other items were left in his apartment by people you didn't Gaijin with sexual activity. That was his claim that, oh, no, this was just somebody out of relationship with just fucked this person. Yeah, they left but they left their clothes dead haven't heard from since it's absolutely nuts. Now another break for a word from our sponsor. It is a fishery fall, and you know what that means it's time to change up your fragrance game. Oh yeah. You shouldn't smell the same in the summer as you do in the fall. That would make any sense. He need a new smell and there's no better way for you to smell this fall. Then Fulton Rourke, solid Cologne called sterling. It's a great masculine fragrance. It has notes of air Matic tobacco.
"hanover" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Then after people died, he was dismembering them. 'cause I guess that wasn't enough. He's throwing their bodies into the lane river of one of the first dismembered body ever of his first known victim was just buried. And then I guess after that he was like, well, burying is boring. I like throwing things. So he started throwing them into rivers and lakes and shit. And then he would take their personal possessions and retain them for his own use or for the use of his lover. Now, new lady here Hans grinds the worst German name in the history of German names. No boy, Hans grens. He also sold a lot of the victims stuff on the black market through criminal contacts. I think haunt is a man by the way. So never mind. This is a man. Now he's gone and is embracing his homosexual lifestyle. Chris point fair with Hans guns and Hans grens by the way is in on all this shit. He's helping him move these possessions through the black markets selling some of the stuff from victims to legitimate retailers. Here's a lovely line. Both Harmon and grens were known to have given possessions belonging to various victims to acquaintances as gifts as get. It's like if your birthdays coming up and I just recently killed the dude. So I go and rummage through that guy shit and find something I think you might like, and then I wrap it up and give it to you as a fucking birthday, present a reasonable thing. The the most fascinating thing about serial killers to me is not the disgusting horrific things that they're capable of. It's how they justify them in their minds in how they do the mental gymnastics and how they're mentally ill enough in most cases to just not get it at all. And that's a perfect example killing people in given their shit out presence. It's already like like begging to get caught. Yes, that too. But you know, people regifter things. Yes, sure, sure. That's always been a little weird to me. It's like, man, somebody gave you that they intended for it to be yours, and they they, you know, they may. It well, even if they failed in its shit gift, don't give it to somebody else if you don't want it. Why would somebody else wanted yet? We all have participated in the regifter process at some point. This is so much worse than that. It's like re gifting on one hundred thousand trillion. You re gifting dead people's things in there because you killed them. Oh my God next level. So. Following his arrest rumors would circulate that the flesh of his victims had been consumed by Harmon himself or sold upon the black market as pork or horse meat. But no physical evidence was ever produced to confirm these theories. These are theories hope to God their fake. Although Harmon was known to be an active trader in contraband meat, which was invariably boneless, dies often sold as mints to the various individuals who questions where he had acquired the meat Harmon would explain. He had purchased the product from a butcher named coral, although investigators would later note that the stories Harmon told his acquaintances regarding the origins of this individual varied. So it's likely that at some point, Harmon did in fact sell human flesh as meat as as pork or horse meat, which is also discouraging mockery. So to talk about how he got caught skipped forward a second there. Sorry about that. But on the night at June twenty second harm, it is observed by. To undercover officers that are prowling Hanover's central station, the train station, and he's observed arguing with a fifteen year old boy named Carl Frahm. All right. So again, Koro Frahm is the name the little boy in this situation. It's also the name he gave as the butcher write these things. Don't add up. Butcher, never fucking existed is my point. He was sowing human meat. So. He's arguing with fifteen year old. Carl from he's grown man. That's obviously a little strange. So they approached this kid, the police do and they find out they're travelling on forged documents. They arrest him from informs the police that he's been living with Harmon for four days that he had been repeatedly raped by this accuser. Sometimes with a knife held his throat in Harmon is arrested the following morning and charged with sexual assault. As a result, following his arrest, the cops go searches place..
"hanover" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"And as everybody knows post World War One end, frankly, post World War Two Germany. We're not good places to be the place. The country was in a bad bad, bad bad spot. Sure. And that's fair. It became a breeding ground for shit like this because the system was so broken that if you had a real sicko like bust outside of society's laws like Harman, clearly did hear there wasn't anybody to pick let clean the mess up. It was so much easier for him to get away with what he did as result of his country's situation. So he starts just killing like hotcakes and again, he's fucking lying the whole. He's a great scam artist at this point. He's great at lying to everybody. He's great at building the pretense that he needs to get these kids. Kids, these young men, these young adult men in some cases to these different places where he's committing these murders. Typically, he'd get them inside one of these apartments. Then he would give them some food and drink before he decided, you know what? I'm gonna go ahead and bite into their Adam's apple, and that's how he would kill them. Okay. Can you rewind that for second? Yeah. Yes. Says, say that whole thing. So he'd give them some food and something to drink. You know, to make them feel comfortable. And then I guess he'd wait until he felt like, and this is my moment and he just go in and he would sink his teeth into their neck aimed at their Adam's apple area. Okay. Which if you don't know, you can't Pierce that you'll you'll you'll die. You'll break your airway fucks your whole shit up. And then he started was strangled people two. So he'd like bite ya and then strangling in many instances, obviously just the bite alone would cause them to die of his -ficiating. Oh, my God. Yeah. But in on several occasions, certain interru-. Up to you? Yeah, go ahead on several occasions on several occasions he bit completely threw the Adam's apple and the trachea he did not so strong bites. This isn't like, oh, and before you ask you question one more piece of information, he Herman brood referred to the act of biting through his victim's neck as being quote his love bite in quote. Okay. I've never killed anyone. Okay. No. And I think if you're a serial killer, you're conditioned to, you know, be be jaded by certain elements of the murdering process. I would suppose sure. It's one way of looking at it. But if you bite someone hard enough to break their skin on their neck. Okay, that's what they're doing. The Adam's apple here, let alone not just killing him instantly, but like doing that, that's got to cause a tremendous amount of blood. You got to be an ugly crime scene. This is. He's not being clean and safe about, no. Did you say he was bringing them to his home? And yeah, yeah, yeah. So he would have these apartments setup. This is place of living like he's houses gotta be. I mean, I never watched the show Dexter, right, but I understand that Dexter was a serial killer. Yes of some, you know. And then a lot of the show was spent like with him, like taking bleach and cleaning up the crime scenes. Yes, he would indexed her. He would prepare these kill rooms, these kill scenes where he would. He would go in a head of time. Let's say Dexter plan on wagging. You and I today, what do you do is you would come into the to the podcast studio, cover the whole motherfucker in plastic, and then he lures in a way that we couldn't see that head of time you'd walk in and see the plastic be like, oh, no, and then he'd fuck us up from behind or whatever. So right in a non sexual manner. I mean, he would murder imagine that this guy wasn't preparing his home in plastic wrap. Considering it was. The eighteen hundreds and probably wasn't designed yet. No, and he just didn't give a fuck. I don't think at any point he was really concerned about getting caught. I'm just like sign that. Like, how do you live in a house that has blood everywhere. Fucking do that. You already have to be crazy enough to be biting through people's Adam's apples. That's how the love fight. It's sick..
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"B.. So back to Fritz, what does it troubled young closeted homosexual German man who has been abused do next? I don't know. He joins the military. Okay. And things started off smoothly here into reputation amongst his superiors as an exemplary soldier. An excellent marksman which isn't what you wanna hear. When you read about a future serial killer and he would later be he would describe his period of service with his battalion as the happiest of his entire life. But then something horrible happened. He collapsed while on exercise with his battalion in October of nineteen o one. And then he started to suffer from these dizzy spells with some level of regularity, and he was he was periodic lapses of consciousness is the way they're described, which is, we know is not good. He was subsequently hospitalized for over four months later, deemed unsuitable for military service and were. Work and he was dismissed from military service on July twenty eighth nineteen. O two. You have to imagine again, this is another pretty big blow. He describes serving with his battalion is the happiest time of his entire fucking life. And then he comes down with some version of a health issue that causes these dizzy spills or lapses of consciousness, and his deemed unsuitable for service and as a result loses his military career altogether. And that's when he goes ham for about a fucking decade. He became a petty theft, a burglar. In a con artist, he would get a real job on occasion, but then he would just use that as an opportunity to steal from both as employers and their customers that so petty theft start. Yeah, so works. So he starts everybody, right? And he's like, he's like, basically he's escalating his crimes little by little here after the military thing. All falls apart. He goes in and out of prison for burglary fraud larceny, embezzlement assault. All of the like career, criminal shit that you do in and out of prison between nineteen o five and nineteen twelve. Then as a result of the poverty that Germany endured following were one, they didn't have a lot of basic commodities. These things became increasingly scarce inexpensive, which fueled crimes, like theft, assault and murder. In addition to a significant increase in black market trading and due to the peace treaty signed in nineteen nineteen Germany. No longer had an army. They were forbidden to participate in the arms trade, and it's police forces were badly paid in overstretched. They had very limited resources at their disposal, and this is an environment where police were welcoming public assistance. They needed the public's hope to try to stop crime because they had so little resources. So even though they knew that are boy, was. Criminal in a homosexual, which again, at the time was a crime punishable by imprisonment. In Germany, they let harm and establish a relationship with the police department as an informant. Largely. He was doing this as a means of redirecting, the attention of the police from himself and his own criminal activities and to facilitate his access to young males. So unknowingly the fucking police boy are helping turn this dude into one of the worst serial killers in history. Oh gosh, and this is where shit gets even worse somehow between nineteen eighteen and nineteen twenty four harm and his no new committed at least twenty four murders. Although he suspected of murdering a minimum of twenty seven, all of his victims were males between the ages of ten and twenty two, the majority of whom were in their mid to late teens in the same. Same type of she was doing a little kid. He was Luoyang people back to one of three addresses in which Harmon is known to reside it throughout those years, and he is known to have killed upon the promise of systens accommodation work or under the pretense of arrest. So routinely he was utilizing his status as a police informant to perform. Zain's arrests, no loss, no, no. This is just the most busted situation of all time..
"hanover" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"And as a result, he obviously had to live kind of a secret life in that'll mess you. Up to man. This is just like write down each little thing. It's like the ingredients to create a serial killer light. The this dude checks every fucking box. It's crazy. He just. He just didn't didn't get any breaks. Not to say that that's an excuse, but shit manages if you reading to this life, it's like he was destined to be a totally sick, serial killer motherfucker because just born in the wrong damn time period, frankly, on top of all of that. So on top of the fact that he's the youngest of six kids that he's got social issues that he's clearly homosexual in can't be open about it because it's fucking illegal in Germany at this point in history, on top of that, he's molested by one of his teachers. One, he's young. And yeah, dude. He never discussed the incident in detail, but clearly again, that's just that shit messes you up. It really, really does. And when you start to put all these things together, you really got the makings of a serial killer. So at the age of sixteen Fritz commits his first known sexual offense, all of which involved young boys whom he would Lur to secluded areas typically sellers. Apparently they're just fucking sellers everywhere in Germany. That's not a thing we have where I'm from because we're below sea level in Houston or wait, are we below sea level? I don't wanna say that for not. Sub-tropical climate. It is not below sea. Okay. Yeah, much of New Orleans is below sea level. Yeah, we're, we're just reload though. You know, you know what I'm saying? Like eighty feet above sea level. That's not a a lot cooked for comparison. Austin is four hundred eighty nine feet above easy to flood. What the fuck did that at the do anything. Oh, we don't have sellers. Yeah. Sorry anyway. So that's not like a concept on familiar with basements cellars. These type of places for me just seem like you're setting up like this is where you commit these crimes. So he would. He would lure these kids down there and then he would sexually abused them. He was first arrested for committing offenses of this nature in July of eighteen ninety six and following further offenses of this nature, sexual crimes as a kid, the division for criminal matters, which is something they had in Germany. At this point, opted to place Harmon in a mental institution in the city of Hildesheim in February, eighteen ninety seven. So he ends up in there for psychiatric evaluation, and he gets certified as being quote, incurably deranged in quote, which isn't the label you want slapped on you at any point. He was unfit to stand trial. It was named both incurably deranged. And unfit disdained trial by psychologist named Gert schmaltz, verb, and urged Harmon to be confined at the mental institution indefinitely. Turns out though, what about seven months pass, Harmon escapes because I don't know how you how you can escape a mental institution. I don't even know. It seems like we should make those escape proof. This is a long fucking time ago with a parent assistance from his mother. He bails desert Switzerland, and he lives there with a relative. He obtains employment as a handyman shipyard, and he hangs out there for while and he returns to hand over in April of eighteen ninety nine. I guess he figures you know, sh no fucking computers yet enough time has passed. They pry forgot about him. Yeah, the heat is died down. If this was like a five star situation on grand theft, auto, he's back to like one star. It's like not that big of a deal. And that's where he meets a woman named Irma allure and she becomes pregnant with his child which really got a feel for Irma a quick break for word from one of our sponsors. Wouldn't the world be a better place. If we all just listened a little more will listening to audio books not only motivates us in.
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"Oregon three to one hello innkeeper joining us today you are listening to the sob network part of the radio ear network and i am your host joanne muir the show name is art of south of lucien show to encourage inspire people to evolve our guest today is lynette hanover lend that loves people and values diversity her mission is to increase happiness around the globe for individuals and communities in our world with more than ten years of study invaluable life lessons lynette is a motivational speaker women's results coach business consultant and entrepreneur the happiness movement is underway featuring stories insights inspirations on social media a podcast and an upcoming documentary today we get to learn more about lynette and her mission as we all get to take some tips away about increasing our daily joy lynn at thank you so much i'm excited to have you on the show today on alleged invited me when we talked about it just the other week too i thought it was a really cool opportunity and your show is fun i listened to a couple of those thank you so much when you get to really has some good live conversations in it sounds like that's what you're out you're life life is joys and struggles in its everything in its experiences nasseri stacked so really you know you've got a great story and i invite you to tell the listeners about it sorted from from any start point you like relate.
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"To hanover park high school in east hanover new jersey the bedroom community of hanover new jersey apparently and this has to do with the high school cheerleading squad to a point where anyone who wants to be on the team can be on the team the new policy at hanover park high school in east hanover is simple either everyone makes the cheerleading squad or no one does the policy imposed after a parent complained about a kid failing to make the squad and upset students stephanie kruger's spoke before the board of ed make the team all my hard work has been thrown out the window some parents say when they complained about the new policy the principal threatened to disband the entire squad the boards now reviewing the policy this is ridiculous.