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Cuomo Plans Continued Development of Penn Station and Midtown | WNYC News New York
"Is proposing an infrastructure infrastructure plan plan for for New New York York City City that that he he says says will will jump jump start start the the economy. economy. WN WN Y Y sees sees Stephen Stephen Nessen Nessen reports. reports. The The $306 $306 billion billion plan plan focuses focuses on on midtown midtown Manhattan and would include a new train station called Penn South for NJ Transit commuters and a new Port Authority bus terminal and will be the most ambitious mass transit development in the United States of America. Large scale projects often get stuck in bureaucratic delays like Penn South, which will Is in a long stalled plan to build a new tunnel under the Hudson River and eight new tracks, all of which needs federal money. But with Democrats in power in Washington, Cuomo says these projects and more Will receive the support they need.
Denmark debuts a children’s TV show about a man with a long, flexible penis
"Is this. tv show in denmark. It's all it's it's a children's show for ford. Keep him on. Its for four to eight year old. It's about a guy with a the world's largest penis what the florida eight year. Old is a series aimed at four to eight year olds focusing on how. This man overcomes hardships and challenges. And as you can imagine the past being hardships thank you. It's being hotly debated many people arguing against a message to the show is sending other people think they're making a big deal out of it. They're saying that kids love gentle humor. Is this true. You have kids danielle. And i have boys. Of course i like gentle humor. That must have been quite a thing for you to have to get used to like little boys talking about junk. Yeah i mean. I think these things are funny to though i laugh at jokes all that stupid stuff too. It's like sometimes. I feel like i'm just one of the boys so okay. So this man named john dillon. Who has the world large world's largest peanuts it's animated so they can do whatever they want with it. I mean i guess they do. I don't know well they're say i think you're gonna see it because they say that it's so massive and flexible. It's supposed to be able to save children from danger. Fetch up from the river and operate as a pogo stick. Women how does it save. People like you a sit on it and carries you out of the water. Ski mountain throws it down. Great like an elephant trunk. It's so sad that this is in fake news. When solely landed that plane in the hudson river in new york they saved them all by one man's giant pinas. The airport is this guy three of the show. Okay go hope for this delicacy. I've got a very big penis and there. It is okay. That's from the show
Wanna go for a walk? Westminster dog show leaves NYC for '21
"Uvid nineteen safety precautions are changing the Westminster dog show next spring taking the dogs out gets a whole new meaning for the nation's most popular dog pageant the Westminster Kennel Club says the show will be outdoors next year at the Lyndhurst to state along the Hudson River in Tarrytown New York just north of the city it's the first time in a century it won't be held indoors at Madison Square Garden the Westminster dog show will be held June twelfth and thirteenth with the best in show competition broadcast on the final day hi Jackie Quinn
Whats that big bird
"Of coffee anymore. Today's story PTERODACTYL sightings. The PTERODACTYL is a flying reptile. They were thought to have died out at the end of the cassation period, but there have been sightings across north. America. Since Spanish first set foot on what today's Mexico pterodactyls were there on pictographs and discovered on the face of cliffs native. Americans. Spoke of a giant bird eight people in sketched their images on hides. But there have been a rash of sightings in modern times, the nineteen, sixty, a couple driving. Driving through California's Trinity National Forest reported seeing the so what a giant bread that they asked committed to have a wingspan of thirty feet later described it as resembling a pterodactyl may nineteen, sixty, one in New York state a businessman flying his private plane over the Hudson River valley claimed that he was buzzed by a large flying creature that he sat luck like a pterodactyl January nineteen, seventy-six Harlingen Texas Teens Jackie Davis. Tracy Lawson reported seeing a bird on the. The ground that stood five feet tall was dark in color with a ball head and face like gorillas. The sharp six inch long beak a subsequent investigation by their parents, uncovered tracks that had three toes and were eight inches across that same year. In San Antonio Texas three elementary school teachers teachers. Now saw what they described as a PTERODACTYL swooping low over their cars. As they drove. They said, it's Wingspan was between twenty and thirty feet and one of the. The teachers commented that glided through the air on huge bony wings like a bat, September nineteen, eighty, two loss. Fresno Texas, an ambulance driver named James Thomson was stopped while driving on highway one hundred by a sighting of a large bird like object flying low over the area. He described it as a black grace bird, but the rough texture. But no feathers, it had a twenty foot Wingspan Hump on the back of its head and almost no neck at all. All after consulting some books to identify the creature, he decided it most closely look like pterodactyl. There have been numerous pictures taken of flying reptiles. One such photo show six civil war union soldiers standing over a PTERODACTYL. They apparently shot down shortly after the photo was published experts, cleared it a fake however recently, that creator of the Phony Photo said, it was a replica of the real picture. He has since produced the original most recently twenty, sixteen, a man in. In the city of Corvallis Oregon says, he saw a big bird that sounded like a dinosaur, the man who provided a full name, but asked to remain anonymous told Cryptos, who just news that he works as a campus security guard. He says, he was taking out the trash in the middle of the day when the creatures startled him, it flew from above house across the street and glided back to the ground. I only saw briefly those caught off guard by. By size and the screeching sounded made a sounded like an old movie dinosaur. He described the creature was flying with a wingspan of about twenty to thirty feet of wink. The
FAA begins re-certification flights on Boeing 737 MAX
"Boeing trying to get some of its grounded airplanes back in this guy, more from CBS News correspondent Sam Let's occur. The Federal Aviation Administration says it's approved key certification test flights for the grounded Boeing 7 37 Max. Boeing's bestselling jet's been grounded since March 2019 after two crashes killed 346 people faint pilot Sully Sullenberger, who lent a damage plane on New York's Hudson River. Once told Congress the aviation system had simply failed. These accidents should never have happened, sources say. During the test pilots will intentionally triggered the re program stall prevention software that was faulted in both crashes. Sam. Let's sing Your CBS News
New York governor signs police accountability legislation
"President new York's trump governor highlighted wants communities the diversity to start of west the police point's reform graduating process class and or preached face a cut unity in state funding as he delivered the commencement governor Andrew address Cuomo says at the U. its S. demonstration military academy then legislation you have come from now was the the farms time for every community and the cities from states to put big pen and small to paper and enact and from systemic every race reform he religion says there's great news on the coronavirus color and front create the state's the president numbers urged continue the graduates to drop not to forget meanwhile the legacy the of other their predecessors states fought and virtually won all the a other bloody states war to extinguish re the evil opened of slavery and saw the and number like those go soldiers up Cuomo of generations says on Friday ago thirty United two people in died the defense from covert of freedom nineteen equality in the state the and lowest liberty they get numbers it because since they the cherish start of the their outbreak homes it also recorded one of their its lowest faith their hospitalization family and totals their flag Julie Walker the speech comes New at a York time of strain between the president and the military which he's been accused of politicizing something noted by a group of protesters showed up on the other side of the Hudson River I'm been told
At West Point, Trump appeals for unity in troubled times
"President trump highlighted the diversity of west point's graduating class and preached unity as he delivered the commencement address at the U. S. military academy you have come from the farms and the cities from states big and small and from every race religion color and create the president urged the graduates not to forget the legacy of their predecessors fought and won a bloody war to extinguish the evil of slavery and like those soldiers of generations ago United in the defense of freedom equality and liberty they get it because they cherish their homes their faith their family and their flag the speech comes at a time of strain between the president and the military which he's been accused of politicizing something noted by a group of protesters showed up on the other side of the Hudson River I'm been told
Cuomo says he had 'good' talks with Trump on New York infrastructure projects
"Governor Cuomo waiting to see the results of his meeting yesterday with president trump in Washington Cuomo called the face to face interaction productive living polluted discussion over both re opening as well as large infrastructure projects like rebuilding with Guardia airport and a new tunnel under the Hudson River Cuomo says now is the time to get these projects going giving the long term benefits as well as the jobs they
Cuomo says Congress should "stop abusing New York"
"Governor Cuomo says his meeting with president trump today was productive and included the discussion over both re opening New York as well as large infrastructure projects it was a good conversation the president's from New York so he has a contact for the things we're talking about Cuomo maintains it now's the time to get these projects going given the long term benefits as well as the jobs they would create the governor says he and president trump discussed building new rail tunnels under the Hudson River the second Avenue subway and the rebuilding of LaGuardia airport Cuomo also called out Congress accusing them of abusing blue states by not providing emergency funding to help
Learning How to Forgive
"I don't subscribe to the idea people a- bad and I I don't subscribe to that because I believe that these inherent good in everyone. I think that crime It's all to be honest with you. Very relative What might be criminal in. Some communities are excused in other communities. Delia Muna was born in London and raised in Nigeria. Her mother is Nigerian and her father is from Sierra Leone. She went to college and Law School in the United States and then she became a public defender in Washington. Dc main motivation for me is that throughout my time as a public defender. I and as a Christian I operate from the presume that if Jesus swear on earth today he'd be a public defender. He was always defending people who were accused of various Nefarious activities Tax Collectors and you know Prostitutes and and and people that we will consider unsavory but as a public defender. I got to learn and appreciate that. Each person has a story and that my role as an advocate was to tell that story in a way that will shoot to the lead experiences to give voice to them I learned to appreciate the fact that but for the grace of God Right. and fat Human beings have the capacity for change today. We're talking about forgiveness. I'm phoebe judge. This is criminal I'd like to ask you about where you grew up in Nigeria and and how growing up. You saw forgiveness injustice Criminality in differently than than we do here right. So we're very very communal society and so compared to to the US where It seems that we exist in silos and a very much individual pull yourself up by your bootstraps sort of mentality in Nigeria we. It's sort of those mentality that if one person is going astray we all collectively are going astray. And so the idea is You know we rally people will rally around you to make sure that That you don't go astray and that if you do that there are resources particularly human resources to help you Sorta recalibrate Your life trajectory And that's really critically important. I guess it's kind of a flip the whole idea in on the head which is in other communities when someone does something bad it it looks bad upon the community. Exactly as opposed to here. Where if someone does something bad when this person must be intrinsically bad or evil and let's remove them from the society? Oh yes absolutely. You absolutely correct here. It's you did something you something that you did and in other communities. It's like well what? How did we fail? How could we have prevented this? And now that you have indeed some done something. What can we do to restore your humanity? What can we do to make sure that you become one of us The question becomes. When is enough enough? When is punishment enough? When can we say you have paid your dues? It's time to welcome you back into society because we still think you've got value. We still think there's much more that you can add to being a productive member of our community in two thousand eleven a twenty five year old woman Nimble Shonda Armstrong drove her car. Into New York's Hudson River with her three children inside later. Leshan to Armstrong's neighbors came forward and said they knew she was in trouble. The often heard yelling. Her landlord leader said that she asked him twice in six months to change the locks on her doors. Delia Luna wrote about Louis Armstrong and other women who'd committed similar crimes she asks how is it that American society bears no social responsibility to support. Its most vulnerable members. In raising their children she proposes that we watch out for each other not just watch each other but really look out and offer help as she says communities in Nigeria. Often do she writes. It's imperative that the legal system take steps to foster a sense of communal obligation towards the most vulnerable members of our society single mothers and their children in two thousand fifteen delia. Muna was made clinical professor of law at Harvard. The law school's first Nigerian professor. She's also the deputy director of Harvard's Criminal Justice Institute where Third Year Law Students under supervision. Essentially work is public defenders. We asked her to tell us about the cases that stay with her the most and she says it's the ones where children are charged with crimes. She told us about representing a nine year old girl and she was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and she was charged because while Throwing ten from classroom. She picked up a book a textbook and threw it at a teacher. Miss the teacher. The book hit the wall The child was promptly taken to a The principal's office and when she got there she was then arrested put in handcuffs. She was transported at the back of a police car and brought to the courthouse. She had to be placed in isolation so in solitary because she was nine years old and I went into speak with her so she is tiny little person and I was trying to explain to her. What my role was as her attorney and advocate and she had no idea Just even process in what that meant and she looked at me and she said where's my grandmother. And when can she take me back to school and then she said to me? Do you have any food? I'm hungry and so there. I was trying to figure out how to advocate for this child. In light of the very serious thing that she'd been charged with I mean assault with a dangerous weapon. book But clearly this child at other issues that we're contributing to Her behavior in class that day and he really will have been a very cruel and capricious thing for the legal system to continue. Its prosecution of her. It's easy to forgive a child and to consider all the social factors in play in their behavior. It's not always so easy to forgive adult. Well that's correct I it's easy when you paint a picture of a very vulnerable child but what about those evil adults and evil men and women who do such terrible things well. The truth is A An an an evil adult or terrible adult just didn't You know pop from just didn't become that way. They've had most likely a terrible childhood A childhood where they will likely abused likely neglected. And so you have children who wants. That's happened to them will indeed grow up to be adults who then Commit crimes I don't ever believe that an adult just takes actions without something being the catalyst for whatever it is. They that they've done and so it might be easier to forgive a child but if you delve deeper into the experiences the lived experience of an adult I think it makes it easier to forgive them once. You understand what it is that they've been through The prism through which they view life and sort of. What's happened to them?
New York - Cuomo Makes Plea To Medical Workers Nationwide: 'Please Come Help Us In New York'
"Washington new York's governors put out an urgent plea for medical volunteers as coronavirus deaths in New York City mount and hospitals are overwhelmed authorities say it could be a preview of what other cities across the country will soon face the images coming from inside hospitals there are grim rows of people lying on gurneys box trucks outside hospitals turning into makeshift morgues it is bad there but correspondent Mullaney says assistance arrived along the Hudson River loaded into New
"It's Kinda bad for the Jews here in the United States. Many episodes odes of antisemitism every week we email updates for this sort of thing the most interesting one this week A woman in the Hudson River valley was charged with throwing a piece of pork at a synagogue. She's been charged with hate crime for throwing pork chops at a synagogue in Columbia County. What do we make of this? Can you say this. This is a heartache. But I was pretty impressed with her for her action. She could've gone with the very cheap kind of you know two dollar a pound pork. She went with a pork pork. Chop that is both expensive and in my mind a semi respectful thing. If you're going to go hate crime can I just read this to you. Rios on January nine in between the hours of five twenty three PM. Three Twenty eight am through a package of pork chops. A non kosher food onto the front steps of the congregation Andrzej MFA causing pork fluids to spilled onto its steps according to criminal complaint. That is just like so gory. Gross and like Kerry ask. I mean it's really fluids was the name of my high school band the back in the morning to photograph it. It's just really weirdly specific. My first thought when I read this was well. Well if it's a reformed temple they'll take the pork chops inside and cook them and have have a Nice Kesha. So last week was like reform movement kindness week take this is sponsored by the clan and honestly no judgment here. It's food and if you eat as many many the people as most American Jews do add more power to them than you take it inside you fry it up and you have a nice pork cutlet but it does seem that the show that she threw the pork chops at was a conservative synagogue. And this is what's really diabolical about it right because the conservative synagogue. Most of your members in fact do eat pork but they pretend not to eat pork and the rabbi pretends not to eat pork and the synagogue doesn't allow to be cooked on its premises. So what she's doing. She's throwing them this tasty cut of meat that they they all really would like to enjoy at their own homes that day after God. But she's throwing it at the synagogue on the slam of American Judaism. I mean she went like right into the hypocritical. Soul of American Judy. She's a one woman theological seminary. Oh Oh my it just feels like a waste of perfectly good pork.
Reducing Wildlife Hazards
"Decade ago ago. US Airways flight fifteen forty nine struck a flock of geese and faced total loss of engine power forcing the pilots to ditch the plane plane in the Hudson River. The event known as the miracle on the Hudson increased awareness of wildlife hazards to flight today. The the Federal Aviation Administration's Wildlife Hazard Mitigation Program continues to focus on reducing wildlife hazards strike reports are collected acted and stored in the FAA's wildlife strike database the FAA and United States Department of Agriculture. Work Hand in hand researching searching innovative techniques to reduce wildlife hazards research funding allows the FAA and strategic partners to conduct studies about how. Oh land is used around airports or the effect of lighting on wildlife. As long as birds and humans are flying there will be collisions so faa the researchers will work to improve aviation safety by reducing the risks of wildlife interactions. Both on the ground and in the air
Avoiding Bird Strikes
"The F._A._A.'s Wildlife Hazard Mitigation Program has grown wings and taken off. This is innovation now a decade ago U._S.. Airways flight fifteen forty nine struck a flock of geese. Yes and faced total loss of engine power forcing the pilots to ditch the plane in the Hudson River the event known as the miracle on the Hudson increased awareness of wildlife hazards to flight today the the Federal Aviation Administration's Wildlife Hazard Mitigation Program continues to focus on reducing wildlife hazards strike reports are collected and stored in the F._A._A.'s wildlife strike database the F._A._A.. Okay and United States Department of Agriculture Work Hand in hand researching innovative techniques to reduce wildlife hazards research funding allows the F._A._A.. And Strategic Partners to conduct studies about how all land is used around airports or the effect of lighting on wildlife as long as birds and humans are flying. There will be collisions so F._A._A.. Researchers will work to improve aviation safety by reducing the risks.
Massive Manhattan power outage was not an attack, officials say
"Well the lights are back on on Broadway but still no answers into what exactly because Saturday night massive power outage ABC news correspondent Erin to Turkey is in New York City utility responsible for the power problem in Manhattan ruled out a cyber attack and police said there was no physical attack or terrorism con Edison said it is now conducting an investigation to determine why the breakers opened and stop the flow of electricity the power went out from thirtieth street to seventy second street between Fifth Avenue in the Hudson River firefighters said they responded to four hundred stuck elevators it took about five hours to get the power
Search continues for swimmer missing in Hudson River
"Police are searching for swimmer who went missing during race some Hudson river. Authorities say sixty seven year old Charles Vander Horst of Chapel Hill, North Carolina was reported missing just after three pm yesterday near the George Washington Bridge. The NYPD says the search for van to her bend. Her Horst resumed today? Vendor who was taking part in a multi-stage one hundred twenty mile race down the Hudson. Caught the bridges race organizer's canceled today, seventh and final stage. New York, open water the organization running the events as safety protocols were in place, and police were escorting swimmers vendor Horst is retired professor of medicine at the university of North
"hudson river" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Helicopter from going all the way down the street level, which could have been absolutely catastrophic, given how busy area figure out the pause of the crash, one of the worst crashes occurred last year. When the helicopter flying with its doors off carried five customers to take pictures over the city. The. Helicopter suddenly lost power over central park pilot decided to land in the East River. Despites floats float, despite floats being deployed the copter rolled over Saint quickly trap, the passengers drowned before they could cut the straps, attach their harnesses, only the pilot who is not strapped in, in that case revived. And you back in two thousand eleven yeah. The helicopter carrying a group of tourists flipped over just after lifting off from Allah porn on the east side of Manhattan. It fell into the river and sank three passengers died. You know, nine helicopter took off from public heliport on the west side of the city ascended in the path of a small plane. There was traveling down the Hudson river. Nine people aboard the aircraft they were killed. Leading the federal the FAA in twenty ten to tighten the rules on how fast and how high an aircraft must fight over the river. Restrictions. On helicopters recently changed, as well just a few years ago, more than sixty thousand flights year took off and they cities, public heliports. But in twenty sixteen. The city reached a compromise with helicopter operators to cut the number of flights in half. Deal had to be struck because the city does not make the rule for flying airspace. Control by federal regulators in the air traffic control system in the city officials.
Helicopter crashes into Hudson River in New York, injuring two
"To helicopter crashed into the Hudson river in New York near a busy Manhattan heliport and partially sank the pilot was rescued and was treated for minor injury had just refueled at the west thirtieth street heliport as us tempted to leave and reposition a plane to land again. He said he the pilot will suddenly felt the plane down helicopter come down the cause of the crash is under investigation heliport worker in New York was also injured
Helicopter crashes into Hudson River in New York, injuring two
"To helicopter crashed into the Hudson river in New York near a busy Manhattan heliport and partially sank the pilot was rescued and was treated for minor injury fueled at the west thirtieth street heliport, and he's tempted to leave and reposition a plane to land again. He said he the pilot will Sunday, felt the plane down helicopter come down the cause of the crash is under investigation heliport worker in New York was also
"hudson river" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Major retailers of the plan. Heck the solar system. This is the Javits center on Hatton. Hudson river global warming, and I welcome somebody from the other side of the world where it is summertime. This is David gross. Who's from Adelaide? David David is from Adelaide. And that means that he's an Australian, and they live very, well, especially this time of year, and he's given up his Barbie to be with us here in Manhattan, but David's job. A very good evening to you your job. Asia specially southeast Asia. But it stretches from. India Australia Japan for a strategy cash. Not to make asking to make a difference. Where do you find the traffic cash avail of power, which is to enhance bricks and mortar with data with retail information? Where do you find that embrace the fastest David? Thank you John for having me. Different countries. I think this is the big thing about Asia Pacific each country is a different stages. So we could say India is an emerging market. Australia is probably more advance Japan dying. Has been an advance we've technology. So the garage is different. In individual countries. But there is a mass adoption right happening very quickly road across the region. I believe as your headquarters in Singapore. This is the new quotas. Correct. That we're setting up in Singapore for.
"hudson river" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Now, we're going to tell two stories tonight to experiences to discoveries and their implications. And we're on the first one now with Scott Walter now, Scott the story starts in nineteen sixty eight and it is an adventure. Take us back to nineteen sixty eight. Let's start there. What happened? Well. Good friend of mine Donald ru and several of his buddies who worked for an agency called Spartan enterprises that did. Certain projects for the government using as Don would say your tax dollars. These guys were out at young guys, and they probably in their late twenties. And they were on the Hudson river, and they went off the they went scuba diving off the coast of Bannerman island in the Hudson river of New York, and what they were looking for Don kind of confessed to me recently is that there had been an explosion at Bannerman island Francis. Bannerman was a munition Steeler any stored is products if you will on the island and sometime in the eighteen hundreds there was an experience should say early. One was at time in the nineteen hundreds. But anyway, a bunch of the munitions ended up in the river, and they were diving for these things and they were selling them and making money. So that's what they were doing. But while they were doing this. They Don found a couple of these these square decorative bulbs that actually. Had been in the flower gardens, but blown into the water had these round balls on top. They were they were decorative and he found two of them just below the shoreline underwater, and they ended up giving him to his body. Dr Phil Jackson. Because his wife was a gardener. And and so he gave the him and about a year later is five year old son Jackson, Five year old son was carrying one of these bulbs. And he dropped it, and it broke and they realize Jackson realized there was something in it. One of the things was an artifact. We call the seal it was made a brass. It's about the size of a hockey puck. It's a little fatter than a hockey puck. But it had some Sieben script etched on the surface, and it could pop up, and then inside where some little metal inserts with carvings and inscriptions and a bunch of strange stuff that was also a play to that was sealed on either end with beeswax an inside were to bellum animal skins scrolls for a thebig script. Now. This is Indiana. Jones. I mean, this is like crazy stuff. Oh, I know and it gets crazier. But that's that's how this whole thing started. Right. And it was those artifacts that inside this decorative balls found in the water that had been blown off the island. I mean, it is it's amazing. But that's what started this whole thing and Jackson wanted to know what he'd followed and the, you know, part of the work that these guys did was investigating into certain project background people's background and information they had all kinds of sources that they could go to and Jackson use those sources to get documents. That would help him figure out what one of the questions was what is this mysterious script? That's carved on these on the seal and has written on these scrolls that were found inside the box. And as it turns out, he ended up dealing with a book dealer over in France would worked for the French resistance. In World War Two and he bought eliminated bible for his wife. He bought a a book called the constitution of Han Orioles, which had a Stephen alphabet. And then he bought a little pamphlet that was dated seventeen eighteen inside of it. Basically, it was a pamphlet about native American words that appear in European languages. This is in the eighteenth early eighteenth century, right people had been looking into this. But anyway, the word that he found in this book that he was that the reason he bought it was the word auntie aura, which was etched onto one of the little metal inserts inside the seal onto your is the ancient word for North America. And in this pamphlet that he bought what's the word auntie aura, the native American word and the source for it was a document that was called a year. We remember a year. We remember is one of the multiple documents that make up what we. Now, call the Cremona documents now before we go there. Let's back up for second. Help me understand what this brass hockey puck device or enclosure was well, actually, what it turned out is that it's actually a navigation device. It's it's it's almost like like a Sexton, but it's used for tracking the movement of the planet Venus and on the backside the part that doesn't open up. There is actually a five pointed star with some astronomical symbols that you use in your calculations for navigation, and it one of the interesting things that comes out of the Cremona document that very few people truly understand is that one of the most act well, the most accurate heavenly body for making astronomical observations, especially for navigation is the planet Venus because it's lieutenants are so precise. Right. And this. This is what this instrument was and a lot of people probably don't realize that ancient navigators like the Phoenicians used to refer to something called merica merica is the. Venus when it's an evening star to the west. And when they were sailing over here going back to the time of the copper culture. They would follow the evening star to the land of America. And. Gee, all they did was at a capital. A and what do we have? So da Don ru was involved with everything from the beginning from nineteen sixty eight he was there fishing with with everybody. When the discovery was made with Dr Jackson, but Dr Jackson when out and started to pursue all of these gifts. If you will right. Yeah. But it's it's so so then what happened? You gotta remember something. Dr Jackson did not really share the whole details of what he was doing even with his buddies. And even with Don Don do now, right. Well doubt knew about the seal. But you know, what do you find in? And and you know, he's kind of feeling man, but never really told them the whole story. So what ended up happening is Jackson. Did research on the two authors of that pamphlet the names for Rochefoucauld and benvenuto and he ended up finding the descendants of both of these guys. And one of them was about ready. He lived in Italy `ben-ben'- noodle Gustavo benvenuto, and he was going to donate. This document the Cremona documents to the Vatican and Jackson just happened to make contact with him through his intelligence sources and said, hey, I'd like to take a look at this thing. What is the Cremona documents gone? The Cremona document is a compilation of a number of documents maps, there's two main components one is. I don't even know if it's got a name, but it details it details. The six Templer nights that went under the south wall and found the tomb and the treasurer hundreds of temple basically, the south wall of the temple the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Probably and it's not dated. But based on the narrative, there's three different authors. It's written in three different languages, and then converted into Sieben because it was such an important document. It had to be encoded, you know, two to three times to protect the information. But you also have to remember that Jackson and Don and their colleagues they work for an organization. That's the kind of stuff that they did they decoded things and they created their own codes. So they were experts at this. There was nobody who would have been better in deciphering this material than them. And if they couldn't do it. They. Knew to find it could. So he ends up going to the Vatican meets with benvenuto. And he says, hey, I'll I'll buy this thing from you. I'll give you two thousand lire which is at that time was the equivalent of three hundred fifty bucks, and he sold it to him at a hotel in Rome. And that's how we got it. Now, the first part of the getting back to the document is this narrative under the Temple Mount, and then it stops. And then it picks up in eleven seventy seven. With a narrative. Well, actually, the narrative was recorded in eleven eighty and a small monastery in western Italy after this trip that is chronicled in this document, the second document that's called a year. We remember and basically a temporary night by the name of, sir. Ralph subtly gives his deposition about this two year or two and a half year trip that he took taking the information that was found under the temple. Of additional scrolls that were hidden in North America. And he went there and his job was to go recover them. And he recovered some of the not all okay, what kind of dates are we talking here one? When was Dr Jackson in Italy with this Vatican. Seventy one in March of nineteen seventy-one white year were the Templars retrieving the scrolls when they came over here. They started in the fall of eleven seventy seven and the trip ended in eleven eighty in in Italy. And the downfall of the knights. Templar was thirteen sixty thirteen seven thirteen o seven. So putting all of this in order here. Everything seems to fit. Oh, yeah. This is this was probably one of the first trips that Templars talk. But there were they came from a tradition. That goes back to the original people that came here in the first century and had been coming over here. The whole time both before and after and that's a whole nother story. Really? That's not part of this. But. They get wrap your head around this. They went to subtly brought six ships over his mission was to recover scrolls. That had been hidden in the land of anti or a in the first century. The documents found under the temple sometime between eleven ten and eleven twenty that I document out of the south wall is not dated. So the first century being somewhere between zero and ninety nine. Yeah. Probably well first second century somewhere around there. Right. This would have been after the Romans destroyed Jerusalem and kicked out the community, and and they fled and they hit their stuff now over here. Right. And so let's let's okay. So let's go back to nineteen seventy-two with Dr Jackson. What happens next not only with the document? But what happens next in the story? We've got a couple of minutes. The first thing that well, the thing that happened was not only did he go to Europe to try to find documents that could help them decode this language. He also went to Harvard University to talk to Dr Barry fell who at the time was probably the number one world expert. In foreign languages, and he also was open minded to the idea of of pre Columbian transcontinental contact. And and so he's taught well this guy will help me out. And when when berry fell saw the document realize what it was he went crazy. So this amazing. I want it, you know, and it ended up becoming a point of contention between them, but he did help him with the decipher men, and actually he did a lot of work on his own. But the first thing he did was when they were on their way over in eleven seventy eight. They lost a ship. On this side of the pond, and then they continued on and they actually hit some rocks. And they do it was not going to be repairable. So they didn't want anyone to know that they were there. So they took the ship out. They scuttled Jackson and Don ru and a couple of other guys. Jackson's first thing was he wanted to see if they could find that ship because if they could find that ship, then he knew the story was true. And those guys founded, and it's it's incredible. I mean, and in the the artifacts that they found that were attached to the mast tell us a lot about who these Templars were at the time..
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"Of seeing that people like sitting on their little seats floating in the in the river, the Hudson river to do what he landed the thing in the river hangs. Yeah. Totally. It was captain. Yeah. Belly sellin burger that gave me hope that. My biggest fear is like every time you take off from LAX over the ocean off the worst for me. And unless I've had a glass of wine and a yes zanex full one point oaks. And that's me. Okay. Coon down this year convinced. No one can talk travel pretty regularly. So this happens often. Yeah. More people see me like freaking out. And they try to talk to me the more. I'm like the fuck up. Don't know. Oh, yeah. You know, the cars crash more than planes, right? When you're thinking of crashing not the conversation. You want to quote from superman movie in nineteen seventy six with Christopher Reeve when he saves the helicopter from crashing. He says typically speaking, it's still the safest way to travel. Don't you don't want to hear it when you're thinking you're crashing. And you're taking off shut up. I've so many people have tried to sue the me. I've learned my I'm ask on like just don't talk. Lynch put nightmare by James. Just become rigid. I don't I don't really like talking to people on airplanes at all. Because there's this thing where like if you start talking at the beginning of the flight, then you feel awkward like complicated. She talking to them on and off like for another several hours, and I really don't wanna do that. So I try to just look street in the back. You know, try the card. I'm looking at your your little spectacles, and you're soaking wet card that sounded weird weird across the board house the love life. You know, it's fine. Rouse's? Oh, I don't know. Because Ross did my they sent me a picture with cutaway did. Or was it Nathan Nathan Ross austral- highly attractive. I'm going on a date on Sunday with the girl who's younger than me. No, not that. And I didn't realize that until see because when I get on bumble, and Tinder swipe I'm usually a little drunk, and it's like my late night exercise, right? Nope. Nope. And I wake up in the morning, and how these matches and this girl, very tractive well younger than you. I'm just not sure how to handle that yet. Younger we talking I've been years. So you're thirty one thirty one she's twenty four ashes baby. But you know, I met my ex husband at twenty three and was with them for thirteen years could have another divorce in your future. Great look forward to that more than anything. Yeah. You never know. Because at twenty three you have a lot of growing up to do. And I just feel like you think, you know, everything about everything. Yeah. Sure. I was already. I was married. I thought I had everything figured out. And now my life is just an existential crisis one after the other. It's really it's really great. I was in church. I heard Christ and exit the central rice, Chris, I don't know scared right now. But you know, I'm I'm getting out there..
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"Great facilities provided for us in order to do this. Podcast so all of you by njdiet.com and go on both sides of the Hudson river Rita firsthand will utilize Cuomo. King Chopper attack homo king Cuomo the first says he campaigns for. A third term as continue to insist that he wants Indian point the nuclear, reactor in Buchanan in Westchester county right in the shadow of. The, tap in g bridge closed padlocked. No more energy to be developed and distributed in New York, City alone we get a third of our energy supply. From any point, nuclear power plant. And it supplies energy for Westchester and the mid Hudson valley well that's the thing to credit said people. Have been talking about this politicians in particular for years but yet the alternatives I don't, think are necessarily realistic it's a big big campaign push and I. Think Cuomo has got a lot more to worry about right now in terms of is America does it ever great Indian boy, keeps talking about solar and wind that will, replace fossil fuels within twenty years but what about for the here and now. As the globe is getting warmer the summers I can't even hotter and it will just. Mean you have, to burn more fossil fuel to replace the incredible amount of energy that is created by Indian point and then think across the, Hudson river the oldest nuclear power plant and all of, America is, closing ahead of schedule that's always decree and governor Murphy has said yes. Absolutely but we don't want any windmill farms off the jersey shore right so, they can't have it both ways it's like come on you. Know, we can't have this and that's. Why this has to be thought out I think so much, of this as political and they it sounds good when. You're coming under, heat especially in. Cuomo's case an election year with the election right around the corner but you have to play on the. Alternative because it's unrealistic Both of these governors spiel out of hot air and they're hot. Air alone could turn the turbine? That's the plan turned off it both creek, in New Jersey Indian point but, ladies and gentlemen both governors are in solidarity they want to close the nuclear power plants they say don't worry about it we'll get plenty. Of energy from solar and wind farms, for just don't put it off of the Long Island Sound they'll put it. Off the jersey shore our number one eight, hundred, eight. Four eight WABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine. Two? Two two but it hearkens me back. To the, two blackouts, that occurred, in summers in which you couldn't have imagined anymore a different response to. A calamity of that extent thinking back to one thousand, nine hundred seventy seven it was Wednesday July, thirteenth at about eight thirty I remember I was behind the counter Mickey D's, on east Fordham and Webster managing the nightshift when the lie Lights went out and all chaos just consume the city for DeJean end content since the blackout. Was triggered when severe lightning knocked out transmission line that connected Indian point the state's main power grid to the. City.
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"Took a long time to put up the the memorial took forever to put together I gotta say it was. Pretty impressive I mean they did a good. Job with it they have be may have seen the waterfalls that fall into each other where. The actual footprints of the towers but underneath that is where the museum is so. The entire museums underground and you go all the way down to sort of bedrock level and under that you can see they built the. Outlines of where the towers worse you, can kind of get a sense of how big they weren't exactly. Where They. Are so the entire time you're in the. Museum you're walking in between the two towers and where they stood and you could see the. You know there's an exposed slurry wall there which is the wall that separates the. Hudson river to where you're standing I mean that's how crazy this thing was And they show you know they have of course all the steel and and and and the fire trucks that were partially, crushed and that you know I mean really it's just awful there's an. Entire room of. Just you know the the minute by minute ticker of what happened that day the first thing. You see. Is you walk into the museum is a picture from eight thirty in the morning from jersey of the tower six, minutes before their hit of, like what, it was like that morning it's, beautiful morning we all kind of remember that there's not a cloud in. The sky, towers are still standing everything's fine And at six minutes later all this happens but you go through this one path where they walk you through minute by minute in the. NBC coverage which now. Even more bizarre was Matt. Lauer. Right Matt Lauer on? The. Today show and they actually got the news about the World Trade Center big, hit and thought they had covered the pictures of it and actually, went to, commercial we, think about how strange that is Matt Lauer is like oh well we got picked you. Something's happened, at the, World Trade, Center do we have. The we don't have to go, to commercial will be back in a. Minute and then they came back. For the part that you've probably seen because MSNBC reruns that coverage over and over again are used to where we are we on the, phone we were on the phone yeah so hiring the show yes so. I remember I. Was in the bathroom and I heard Katie Couric say and a plane just hit the World. Trade Center And and we, don't, know, what kind of plane..
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"We will shut up first of all it's two in the afternoon the shows that eight right i don't think it's to take a six hours on hold on with that card the time when this that press why the apple store the amazing parenting skill anyway so that was my birthday and we went for dinner hudson river cruise think i've yes but he tired yeah so you know it was it was upset cruz and then dinner and then leap right no so offer that's not a sunset cruise before like use ago actually go in the west side highway that's the one i saw it's expensive but it's cool and you have champagne and there's finger sandwiches and yeah just like all bulk and don't be like torrential downpour like you want obviously have the most perfect day but yeah i definitely want to said it's really really hot saying some kind of marine sometimes there's only you're right that's like chelsea piers yeah it's interesting a lot of those actually we have a going thing we go on this dinner cruise thing like one of those french boats i forgot what you call those all glass okay see in france in paris it's really nice and so it was it was somebody's bar mitzvahs it was really cool and it was and same thing so it's like a you don't realize those things live in new york sometimes you don't realize yes much is going on you don't be asked everything take advantage of those things there's so much it's it's.
"hudson river" Discussed on Z100
"See one hundred the morning show one week from today danielle you and i are going to catch an uber we're gonna drive over to the west side of manhattan we're going to stand there on the pier as our ship floats up the hudson river we'll throw the pumpers out so we don't scratch it up like big big fluffy pillows region cruise line bliss i cannot i'm so excited to see it in person i cannot wait froggy you've already been on board you've already sullied her decks i have seen her and she is a week away but to see it in person coming up the hudson river with sir new york surrounding it new jersey surrounding is going to be so beautiful it'll make a wrong turn wait come back going the wrong way come into the new york harbor turn right at the statue of liberty that eddie shore if you turn left you're gonna hit staten island okay turn right and then we'll be waiting for you we'll be waving yeah make sure you use your your you know us ways google google maps exactly google maps we'll get you here all right so norwegian cruise line and bliss our new ship their newest ship and it's the best on earth and it's ours we want to give you a seven day cruise for two in your own balcony stateroom with round trip airfare from wherever you're flying to the ship from on board so many things including entertainment like broadway smash hit jersey boys they're on board the cavern club is live music from.
"hudson river" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Solan burger who landed the pain hudson river hudson river anything was hudson river it's no this this this woman has captivated the imagination and the hearts of whole lot of americans men as well as women and kind of everybody wants to know more and everybody wants to hear more from her although i think because the investigation is still so fresh southwest is not been eager to do that but look this is a tragedy i mean somebody died in this is a this is terrible failure on someone's part and the facts will come out but if you're going to have a tragedy it is about as heroic of an ending as you can imagine and and all those other people who were protected and you're exactly right when you listen to that call it is remarkable not for the drama in her voice but for the absolute absence of of drama you would have no idea there was a terrible situation unfolding and absolute chaos yeah just behind her on that she says we have part of the aircraft missing so we're going to need to slow down a bit has they protect away jeff agoos one other interesting note here that that pilot tammy jo scholtz was a navy pilot and was i believe the first female to fly in eighteen she was rejected apparently by the air force they would not let her do what she wanted to she went to the navy and she is a top notch pilot over the years there's been a lot of criticism of pilots and the dulling of their skills because of the automation of these planes but she showed in her reaction and how she was able to you know bring the plane down safely that that is just not the case across the board and margaret is absolutely right that part from the the heroics of this one incident it does raise very troubling questions about about airline safety i want to take some time here to remember barbara bush who died this week former first lady former wife of a former president and son mother of former president and known for lots of things for a very sharp tongue for being very forthright and also for campaigning very actively for family literacy let's take a call we have bill calling from rockingham virginia with some thoughts on barbara bush bill welcome to on point.
"hudson river" Discussed on WGTK
"You i'm fine thank you thank you for all you do i love listening shop it'd be quick thanks thank you so much for bringing out the facts what a hero that pilot was i have not heard on any tv station since yesterday about how the pilots say back whole plane and brought that plane down wayne days to cry have heard one story wow no matter if it was a female or not right in my wife when i heard that on tv are they going to anything oh pilot brought this plane down to a safe landing up the engine blows up and crashes into the side of the plane and she's calm as a cucumber and gets that plane down and saves the rest of those lives what a hero show so thank you for saying that i've got some more audio what you hear this because this is this is amazing stuff she's so calm and she's so collected and she show professional now remember she's at what thirty five forty thousand feet they were flying from i think they left laguardia right they went from laguardia they were headed for dallas and they were diverted to philadelphia after this horrible catastrophic event i mean this is like sali remember shellenberger the the us airways pilot who took the plane down in the hudson river landed on the river and that one fatality they made a movie about him tom hanks played them right well somebody us make a movie about tammy jo scholtz listen to this with thirteen i understand you're emerging let me know when you want to go in our we have a heart of aircraft fishy souvenir data this southwest thirteen eighty speed is your discretion maintain at any altitude above three thousand seats and you let me know when you wanna turn base all right two thousand ten just start turning south down there there's a south of seven three seven four my phone will be turning southbound started looking for the airport or software.
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"hudson river" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Down the coast and whatever that you think that's the standards in the country will all you have to do is move out to michigan in the midwest and the plains states and and a southwest even some extent northwest outside the big urban areas and you will find out that the old traditional antiques collectibles still are respected and still hold some of their value they may not on the east coast auction seen this guy interviewed a guy selling along the hudson river he would get a very different approach if he talked to some of the ochsner in the mid west you get a very different look at the market dot that their prices are down there too but they're very different than than east coast market as much as we live in a global age and i write a lot about the fact that the antics and collectibles market is a global market in my column grunt collectibles and even a national market the truth is regional values and regional structure is still strongly impacting what pieces so where and that's why when we do talk about breaking up estates and so forth i o office say people this will sell bet if i see it in east this will so better in the mid west and maybe you wanna consider taking out to one of the mid western houses well once again lays joel doing most of the talking here and what i really would like to do more than anything else is talk will you how giving us a call one eight hundred two five nine five seven nine one one eight hundred two five nine five seven nine one.
"hudson river" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM
"I'll miss a woman's body pulled from the hudson river are they peter's than the talk thirty eight hundred ninety eight point seven room rental or police are saying a body found in the hudson river his that twenty six year old woman that woman brown be was reported missing on friday her body was found by police and the state police aviation unit around nine yesterday morning as part of the investigation into her disappearance she was last seen at her home and rental you're on thursday the investigation is ongoing and police say they are being assisted by state police in skoda act and the true g major crime unit the cause of death is pending the results of an autopsy a gofundme page in support of a memorial fund has been started by a man named david be it is currently unclear what their exact relationship is already police say viewing hours for albany police assistant chief in chaplain father james the favour we'll be tomorrow see mary's church in downtown albany at four in the afternoon a funeral mass will be held at the church on tuesday at eleven in the morning which will then be followed by a final salute before he is laid to rest as connected he man and woman are each being charged with grand larceny for allegedly skimming the state department of labor state police say arthur kelley endorphin bowler both received unemployment benefits while they were actually employed kelly received a little more than twenty three hundred dollars while bola received nearly seven thousand dollars both were charge they released with appearance tickets were court over my man has been arrested for possessing nearly two pounds of marijuana and club the park state police say justin morris was pulled over for speeding when huber's located the drugs inside of morris's car you started with the valley marijuana possession charge and then released in sports the number oneranked urb mental across team defeated second right maryland eleven to ten in a comeback win in high school basketball liverpool beach and sixty nine to fifty nine the class aa stay regionals mohadessin.
"hudson river" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM
"Have you ever in a missing woman's body home from the hudson river of the leaders of the author two hundred ninety eight point seven newsroom insular police are saying your body found in the hudson river his that a 26yearold woman that woman briana be was reported missing on friday her body was found by police in the state police aviation unit round nine yesterday morning as part of the investigation into her disappearance she was last seen at her home and rental era thursday the investigation is ongoing and police say they are being assisted by state police and skoda in the true g major crimes unit the cause of death is pending the results of an autopsy a gofundme page in support of a memorial fund has been started by a man by the name of david b is currently unclear what their exact relationship is an extensive body county police chase that ended in schenectady has landed on long island man in jail and three felonies state police say the overnight hours on friday troopers pulled over dominic davidson for a traffic violation on the state threw away in the town of coins is a after the initial stop davidson sped off we need uber's the rodney county into schenectady the chase ended when troopers from several barracks joined the pursuit and staff davidson at a business on michigan avenue in schenectady davidson allegedly attempted to destroy evidence by throwing it out the window during the chase and allegedly resisted arrest is.
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"Some slow in say though the smooth thanks them memory of can downli them castles on the run the fought the non an moment song the hudson river lawn how loved the n one thanks for reminding me the rainy afternoon the swinging harlem two zero and loaded shrimps and burning glimpse and burning so stem through do the it was many is the time that we feasted old and many students die when we fast in all well it was well wilander who last we did the has done and dole on john so then four them marine of summa's after the show night sin singh of four new may have been a headache blood you never world i thank you so much manohla dargis the ann dowd we could you laugh over big thing bye bye own leia's light one if we did the right thing no doubt in love 'cause wing but i voted for reminding me as of midnight in malmo gallery survive we travel win the smart set so i guess that we were smaller i thank you so much st john's hour.
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"Too lightly original uh red door move riot it was a scrappy band of insertions it was light but wolverine but one against the sixteam gop establishment candidate at a woman who had spent seven hundred million dollars came to the presidency will something she oh so you know tell tell them to vote come june 20th were removed if the building it was it was a hostile takeover it was the largest leverage host all tokyo takeover human history has a few dozen men and women who really believed in the agenda who moved into the white house uh to run a government of millions of employees of menu oh crew matt entrenched entrusts them still do so it's it's going to be a drag out you know been michael fight but we will win because the president is a fulsome later and it will win you watch the the news you knew this before you went in 'cause you were you know you've been a part of media but being up there and being a part of it i know when i was in the afc b i i responded to a helicopter in a plane crash off that hit each other off the right here in the hudson river and they pulled the what was left of a human body and an arm out of the water in a helicopter rears recording this from far off and they reported on the news than an adult in a baby had been pulled out of the water her so it's completely fabricated on what they thought they saw no legal standard as to what they report having been there in inside the white house does your hedges the and when you see some of this stuff look uh my parents escaped the communist dictatorship my father's liberated from a columnist political prison so i thought i was lose cynical above the waves of the world so let me tell you i had no idea uh the last seven months in the white house have been a complete education and just how rotten denmak is if you get my drift from the idea that you could have mainstream media hogan was goal steve at a white supremacist whose best bodies an employee saw orthodox jews who mainstream media cool the president to semi what his grand children orthodox jews it's reprehensible the you know the.
"hudson river" Discussed on Another Round
"Welcome to new jersey where these are people that are just like they don't want to cross the hudson river they look very fancy undientified as a new york i'm still true in southern in vain so we're very grateful for your time so i just wanted to jump right into it if that's okay his jump into it we're going to start with criminal justice reform sure this is a phrase that can kind of mean a lot of things to a lotta people i'm sure attorney general jeff sessions in his mind also believes in criminal justice reform he thanked he's going i'm curious to hear what how you define that well i think you first have to just confess that one of the greatest serve sins in our country one of the greatest so were camped serve on the soul of america is this or our criminal justice system i almost ones who socalled justice system because we have a system is so broke in and so so violates our core values as a nation and they're just i just think of the idea that here's is socalled manner the free bottle one out of every four incarcerated people on the planet earth is in the united states and for women it's even more dramatic one out of every three of the incarcerated women on the planet earth are in the united states of america and it's a system that treats you differently dramatically differently depending upon where you're from and i got to see this in in in the forty plus years of my life.