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Finding the Last Ship Known to Have Brought Enslaved Africans to America
"Three years ago sunken ship was found. In the bottom of an alabama river turned out to be the long lost wreck. The clue tilda the last ship known to abroad. Captured africans to america in eighteen sixty. At least twelve million africans were shipped to the americas in the more than three hundred and fifty years the transatlantic slave trade but as we first reported in november the journey of the hundred ten captive men women and children brought to alabama on. The clotilde is one of the best documented slave voyages in history. The names of those enslaved africans and their story has been passed down through the generations by their descendants. Some of whom still live just a few miles from where the ship was found in a community called africa town for one hundred sixty years. This muddy stretch. The mobile river has covered up crime in july eighteen sixty. The clotilde was towed here on of darkness imprisoned in. Its cramped cargo. Hold one hundred and ten enslaved africans as it's amazing myself ban on his show to the ways and award is just not knowing where you were going joycelyn davis lorna gale woods and thomas griffin are direct descendants of this african man. Lua enslaved in alabama. His owner changed his name to charlie lewis. This image is from around nineteen hundred poli allen. Who's african name was ca- poli seen in this hundred year. Old sketch was the ancestor of jeremy. Ellis and darren patterson no close eating where they differentiated only allowed avocado whole for one day a week for two months. How many people do do we know. Now that could've survived something like that without losing their mind there or no photographs of pat. Frazier's great-great-grandmother laudi denison but capriccio wallis in her mother. Cassandra have a surprising number of pictures of their ancestor zula. Whose owner called him cut. Joe louis
"j patterson" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"What can you tell us about. Oh no no. That's saying now that i come through. Department of homeland. Security did not allow funding. It comes in from overseas. Wasn't vetted all wow. Wow i think. I don't know that that's a total hollywood story. Yeah wow that's kinda cool. They ended up itself right. There are no more about that. So where's the money come. Yeah yeah yeah exactly your big baseball guy remember too. Yeah right. who's your team. Well i played for. I was signed by the braves. I was traded to the yankees I was drafted in the rule. Five draft awesome the texas rangers. I ended up with the dodgers retired with the dodgers kengo. Ron that's awesome. That's a cool story right there man. Good for you. Do you have a teeny grew up liking while. I'm you know. I'm a philly kid. So i grew up loving the phillies okay And then we moved to baltimore for a couple of years kid so it was. I was all about the baltimore. Orioles and brooks robinson powell dave mcnally don buford paul blair mark bland drag on all day handy at uber. I met eddie edge baron. Cacho's just thrilled. So does kyle baltimore orioles and then back. We moved back to philly jersey. Yeah that was the phillies against so and what about music. Man you've been performing at all during the pandemic are not performing. But i've been writing a lot of songs ahead We just bought a new house while their renovated were staying by wife's parents out of town near the beach in and i wrote about thirty songs running record. It's wrong and better released a single pretty soon and People like it to for you using your time wisely like that. People are usually kinda check out. But i liked that very productive. I can't sit still i. Just yeah it's it's you and i both get it's got this is a fun fact. Share a birthday with my daughter. Jia i always say really bright spot on an otherwise very sad day right Tough celebrating the birthday. Yeah on the eleventh. Do it before. So we'll do it. You do it all week before at a respect. I don't wanna you know. Be out at a restaurant you know. It's it's it's a tough day for the for the nation and so many people were affected. And i just you know it's a birthday and it's nice but it's not that big a deal we can't celebrate it arslan show respect you know. Yeah i get it. I get it but Yeah it's funny. Because we were about an hour out from her being twelve and right right at that time because it was of course after the fact and stuff scott man. It was nice talking to you. Congratulations on your podcast. Listened to i am all in on iheartradio or wherever you get your podcast. Thanks for checking in an thank you. Mario you got with mario lopez..
"j patterson" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"I am all in actress. Scott patterson welcome back man. How are you doing buddy. Thanks for having me on. No always nice to talk to you. I love the title. I am all in congrats on the new podcast. You're going back. Essentially in watching Gilmore girls for the first time. Why watch now if you've never had before. Because i never really had the time you know. I mean i was doing this. You know how it is. I'm doing the show fourteen hours a day I don't wanna go home and watch shot at the time. I really have the interest. I like to watch myself. I don't know if you're like that. Do a move. You don't watch yourself. Yeah i i. I get nauseous. I you know. I saw one of the movies for a year in the life is headed premier so i saw winter says big premiere. I wanted to get up and leave my wife's grandmom at sit. Sit stay it look bad if you late so i'm like i'll count so but actually enjoyed it. I thought it was really good That's the thing that kind of inspired me You know a couple years later to give the fans and content. Because you know they're not getting any content so site you know my little my love letter till like. Hey we're around. Let's let's keep giving you the love and support that you're giving us all the time. So you know. Saw their their wait. Wait for more episodes. And i'm going to give fifty episodes in the first year so that makes them happy. How's it going so far. do you feel. do you feel it holds up. Yeah i do because know true. Sales first gassed. He played michelle. We had a great time. He's a fantastic interview. And all of these people are fantastic. Raconteurs if you will raconteurs mispronouncing because it but you know they yanni is just so personal and funny and smart. He's he's he's a kind up now. We chop it up..
Parting shot: Yo-Yo Ma plays for fellow vaccine recipients
"Newly vaccinated Massachusetts residents got a special treat when famed cellist yo yo ma read out his instrument after getting his second dose of coronavirus vaccine the mini concert took place in Pittsfield Massachusetts Montecasino along the wall of the observation area Saturday at Berkshire community college which is holding a vaccine clinic inside the Patterson field house in video provided by Berkshire community college one patient can be seen turning a folding chair around to get a front row seat at the concert and at one point in stops by to drop money in the famed performers cello case Richard hall of the Berkshire called in nineteen vaccine collaborative told the Berkshire eagle moss said he wanted to give something back the quick concert came a year after mom started posting recordings of himself on social media using the hashtag songs of comfort I'm Jennifer king
Washington DC lacks the system to help track student learning loss
"Card back on how it collects important data on student progress, and the report card is not good. The independent audit is finding that the system is lacking. And could affect how D C tracks learning loss, D C auditor, Kathy Patterson says Despite more than $35 million in grants, D C doesn't have the data collection system to help schools identify learning loss, racial disparities and red flags that other states do. We have a lot of tests for data that shows what last year's fourth grade did compared with this year's fourth grade, But what we're not doing is picking up what did Johnny learn between 4th and 5th Grade, The D. C council ordered an audit of the State Superintendents Office data collection after it was just Covered staff at Ballou High School were falsifying student achievement scores in 2016 Council member Merry Chase is going to be especially valuable as we go forward to make sure we are making decisions based upon complete and accurate data. Meghan Cloherty w T o P News.
Audit in Washington DC: DCPS lacks the system to help track student learning loss
"O P News, D C has a report card back on How collects important data on student progress and it's not good. The independent audit found the system is lacking and could affect how D C tracks learning loss Easy, Auditor Kathy Patterson says Despite more than $35 million in grants, D C doesn't have the data collection system to help schools identify learning loss. Racial disparities and red flags that other states do. We have a lot of tests for data that shows what last year's fourth grade did compared with this year's fourth grade, But what we're not doing is picking up what did Johnny learn between 4th and 5th Grade, The D. C council ordered an audit of the State Superintendents Office data collection after it was discovered staff at Ballou High School were falsifying student achievement scores in 2016. Council member Mary Check. This is going to be especially valuable as we go forward to make sure we are making decisions based upon complete and
Street Photography in New York City, with Gerard Exupery
"Back to another episode of this week and photo. I'm your host frederik van johnson today on the show got gerard exupery. He's a veteran new york city based street photographer. That knows more about street photography than than or has forgotten more about it than i probably will ever know about street photography. We're gonna dive into that a little bit as well as what. It's like shooting in and around new york city now and before pandemic all that stuff going to talk about gear all this stuff so gerard. Welcome to the show man. How's it going very well. Glad to be here. Yeah it is good to hear man. I'm excited to chat. So we've got you know. The the john mara of photography. And then this genre of let's call it of photojournalism or that that world of shooting. What's the difference. What's the difference between street photography. And that i think that in journey with photo journalism you tend to think in terms of projects. Not just one image. You know a a series of images that tell a complete story and i think with straight photography. is generally just one image. Okay okay has got to tell the story one at a time. So let let's rewind back to the time to. Let's let's do origin story thing so cue. The flashback so the origin story of girard. Where what was that moment where you knew that. Okay i feel like. I need to be taking pictures of this. This amazing city. I live in well on my planet. We didn't really have photography. And when i came to earth. And i'm sorry all right more and you know it's funny. It's the only thing i've ever wanted to do since As far back as i can remember one of my earliest memories of my father staying his role affleck's in my hand. While i took the first picture took and which was a ship underneath the verrazano bridge and it just stuck in my mind. He passed away about a year after that. And you know. I it just all these feelings about photography and loss. Let's say i don't know all came together. And i just knew that this is the direction i wanted to go. Yeah yeah and it's a good direction. It's the world photography from my standpoint on of you agree with this but it's it's equal parts. Geeky ray is we like the technology and all that stuff and then it psychology you when you're dealing with the public and trying to get the right shot or get the shot or permission to do the shot and the you know the all of this stuff in between psychology science physics wrapped up into the time machine that we call a camera to fast forward to now the president or the recent the recent present. Let's call it like this last this past five five or so years me decade your adventures in and around new york city. The i can't imagine being a street photographer. There for just an extended period of time when i'm there is overload. It's just like what. Do i take pictures of two months. It's too much going on you get analysis paralysis. What would have been some of the standout experiences you've had in city over the past decade or so that you like okay. I got to tell this bar story. Wow pick were got to pick one. I think defining Well this is. It's further back than ten years but sure for for the finding event was i was involved in a robbery and a camera store. And it's a long story but rather traumatic thing. Somebody was killed and and i got roughed up a little bit and it was it was. It wasn't pleasant. But it was. After that i i realized well putting yourself out there making yourself vulnerable and taking pictures strangers asking or you know. I don't think covertly taking pictures of people is for me. It's just not right so if you're going to ask or you're just going to be obvious bat it you've got to put yourself out and up until that point I didn't know what i was expecting to happen but After that i figured well. What's the worst that can happen. I already found out what the worst that can happen. And it really It helped me in. Maybe be taught me to be very aware of my surroundings almost in a comfortable way though. So that okay. Let's not ever forget. I've gone into situations where drug dealers on a corner. And i was taking a picture of this house that was closed and abandoned actually in patterson not beard city paterson new jersey which is really exciting. We've got a water tower waterfall. There you go and a crappy movie was made by. Jim jarmusch bad it. It lasts two years ago and any case so i am standing there taking pictures and You know. I hear this guy walking up to me and it was interesting because there were like three. Get two or three guys on each corner but not the corner i was on the house was and i'm i'm taking pictures and i hit. This guy comes up behind the camera up to my eye. And i can hear him. I'm aware of him and he said. Hey what are you doing. I told them flat out. I'm taking pictures of buildings that have been foreclosed on You know and properties that have been abandoned families that have gone kicked out. And what have you. And he goes off and you know then he goes How much do you think they want that house i should. Oh i don't know but whatever it is going to be pretty cheap
"It's time for another installment of on it. Store live here on scuba shack radio. And this time we're going back to season one episode two titled flooded mine flooded mine the premiered on january eleventh nineteen fifty eight. The show opens up with mike scuba diving. And there's a woman who is free diving with them. They're searching for a guitarfish from marineland of the pacific and that's when they encounter a c line who might calls a natural clown. He then says that he will be faced with a very different situation. Fifteen hundred miles inland where he's been called to investigate a mine. Explosion that has flooded the tunnels in the next scene. Mike is at the mine and he's talking to the head of the mind. Mr graham mr graham explains that the explosion killed thirty miners and he needs mike to determine the extent of the flooding. Mike tells mr graham that he can go thousand yards into the tunnel with his cylinder. Graham asks him what it's going to cost. Mike says we'll talk about that later. Now mr graham calls in bill henderson. Who's going to help mike. Bill tells graham that he sorry about his boy who was killed in an explosion. The scene shifts to mike being lowered into the mine in his full scuba gear with miner's helmet on he says he's been all seven seas on six continents but has never been in a mind before and never wants to be in want again as bill and mike or making their way through the mine. Bill tells mike not to touch anything. It's a tight squeeze and mike accidentally kicks a beam. That causes a bit of a cave-in. Well they finally make it to the water mike. Mike looks at his watch. And it says three twenty and he tells bill that he has forty minutes of air. Bill asks mike. What can you do if he doesn't make it back in time to which mike replies. Nothing bill tells mike. He's got a dangerous job now. Under the murky water. Mike is feeling his way along slowly carefully when he hears some noises. He doesn't know exactly what what they are but he sees a light at the surface and when he surfaces up he discovers to miners trapped in an air pocket barely breathing. Mike shoves the regulator in their mouth and smacks them starts yelling at them to breathe now the dilemma. How to get them out. There's no time to go back for another long. He can only take one out but who they draw. Rocks smallest rock stays the guy. Mike is taking out. Can't swim and he needs wait. So they load his pants with rocks mic shows. Them how to buddy breathe gives him as masks and off they go but not for long. The minor panics. Takes mike's knife and starts to fight with them. Mike drops might drops his light and gets to panic. Diver back to the air pocket. Mike goes back down to get his late and then he comes up and tells the minor to get some rocks. He's taken him out. This time keeps his mask and things go smoothly. We then see bill looking at his watch. It's four pm. Whereas mike suddenly bill sees the light. And mike comes up with the minor. It's been workman. Mike needs to go back but he doesn't have enough air and there's not enough time to go out in the mind for another tank. What can they do. Just an mike spots a welding torch where there's a torch there's oxygen tank has the same valve as regulator. What luck but mike need some tools to complete the rig now. He needs to go back down underwater To retrieve a toolbox he does and hooks up his regulator and carries the o. Two tank with them as he heads back breathing welding oxygen. Mike reaches the air pocket and finds the second minor limp. But not dead. He gives him the regulator and the minor starts to revive. He tells. Mikey sorry that he was scared. Mike says that's okay. You just didn't have enough oxygen this time. Mike says that things went a lot better than they made it out. We never did get the name of that panic minor nor did we ever find out what might charge mr graham for those of us of a certain age or watch a lot of old time television. You might recognize bill henderson. That's hank patterson who played fragile. Arnold the pigs. Dad on greenacres the episode sort of ended abruptly when when it switches to lloyd bridges on his boat telling us that three fifths of the planet is covered by sea. And how little we know so join us as we go below with si-hun as we've seen in many si-hun adventures. You never know where mike nelson will be going diving next. Stay tuned for future installments of seon. It's still alive here on scuba shack radio
Audit of Washington DC 911 set to begin amid search for new director
"DC's 911 system gets more than a million calls every year. Most are handled properly somewhere. Not now, W t. O P has learned new details about the upcoming audit of DCs Office of Unified Communications comes in a letter from DC Sordid there. Kathy Patterson it tell us Cleo Soup Edo, the new interim director of DC's 911. That the audit will begin two weeks from today. On February 15th. The audit will look at the effectiveness of DC 91 one's operations against national standards, see how it's training, stacks up and review the agency's internal investigations of past incidents. The audit is expected to take seven months and a final report on D. C s 911 system will be made public by the office of the Order. Iturbe
Homeowner who caught Phoenix police on camera punching homeless man demands answers
"Downtown Phoenix resident, is expressing concern about the relationship between police and the homeless. After seeing officers punch a homeless man in her neighborhood, Geneva, Patterson says her boyfriend heard a cry for help in there, Allie. And that's when they begin filming to Phoenix police officers punching the man just felt Like I caught caught something uncomfortable. I don't think they noticed that my boyfriend was filming. Phoenix Police say the man had warrants out for his wrist and that he kicked officers. First. No police body cameras available and you
Butterflies Are Secret Monsters
"On today's show butterflies. That seemed to be sucking on eyeballs. We had about it at wanted to tell you all about it. This all started the other day when i hopped on the phone with chandra maitra. She's an assistant professor of biology at north central college in illinois and. John told me that she'd seen these pictures where it looked like butterflies were feeding on the eyes of the animals. Animals like turtles. You usually see them sort of like mobbing turtles head. And it's like poor turtle looking at right now 'cause it's really getting mobbed by the butterflies. Those pictures as wow. This is incredible. And i was like why. Why are they going to be is well. We think it's the tears right. Coming from the is wait. So they're like sucking the tears from the turtle. Uh-huh studies have found that butterflies want to all these tears for one main reason. They're full of salt and butterflies. Need that salt help in nerves and muscles work on applies also slip up salt for mud puddles which is why he's known as paddling. It's called puzzling because quite often. If you're out on a hike you'll see butterflies landed around water bodies around puddles and they seem to be drinking something in the mud so butterflies on actually sucking on eyeballs slapping up tears to get salt but this mystery and has another twist when you take a close look at who shows up around the watering hall. It's kind of a sausage fest it's mostly the blokes doing all these paddling. And chandra on did why. Why are the males. Mostly scrounging around the salt. She figured that maybe this is about butterfly. Bunking it's all for the nookie detest this. She got a bunch of male butterflies specifically pipeline swallow tales. This absolutely gorgeous blue and black butterfly with these beautiful tales. They look dull when you see them in the shade but then they move into the sun and suddenly they flash. These crazy bright colors. She took these sexy pot vines. Swallowtail dudes and use them to find out if she was right it having salt up the game so she some mail butterflies salts and gave up his just wash up in a cage that some females and then watched with it with a nurse patterson exactly for awhile. My twitter handle was a voyeur. After watching more than one hundred butterfly bunking sessions. She ran the numbers and what we found was had sold actually made more frequently than males who were given water so it looks like salt was affecting They're they're how lucky baker yes exactly and what's particularly call isn't shandra even noticed that the male butterflies seemed to be showing off the fact that they had salt through the way that they flooded so in this species the the courtroom is really beautiful so the male flies around the female he basically making these vertical swoops around the female. If you're a human female walking and does a male sort of running in circles around you look beautiful. I am locale beautiful. Scrubbing through video. Recordings of these butterflies circles. Shandra that the salty fellas had the fancy footwork. Oh wing work. These little magic. Mike's took longer and more showy swoops. It was like in butterfly language. They were saying look. I have sold. Because i can fly in this way out of the researchers found that after all these dancing during the old rump. Bumpy the male injects the female a little package of salt and spam which she can then pass on to her future. Babies perhaps helping them survive so next time a photo swarms around the internet of a butterfly seeming to suck and able out of a turtle. You'll know that they're doing it for a pretty good cause to make more butterfly babies and by the way some butterflies will go to even more desperate measures to get this salt. They'll suck it. Who or dead animals. I know that there is one species of butterflies. That i that i've read about. That will drink a blood. There they're weird weird little creatures we imagine them with like rainbows and unicorns together. The butterflies are drinking tears and blood and poop that signs fasces will be back with regular episodes in much. And you wanna see what we're up to. In the meantime you can follow us on instagram. Where it science underscore. Vs on twitter at science. B s this episode was produced by nick dell rose with help from the scientists as tame. Peter leonard is out sound engineer. And if you want to sweep into the world of butterflies. New book by wendy williams called a language of butterflies. It's really delightful. Check it
N.J. principal Joe Clark who inspired film 'Lean on Me' dies at 82
"Greenfield, New Jersey morning belongs of Joe Clark, the principal who made the cover of Time magazine and was the subject of the 1989 film Lean on me. He passed away at the age of 82 on Tuesday after a long battle with an illness. Clark is known, of course for turning around Patterson's East Side High School when he served his principal definitely squashing his reputation for both crime and drugs. You retired to Gainesville, Florida and was at home with family at the time of his
"j patterson" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Anthony read this story from american history to my friend. Gareth reynolds who has no idea what the topic is going to be about. And just because we're bilingual. We should point out that we will. We know how to say cucumber. We know well we know how to say because we we were both raised here in america and also when people bring us on their their shows to discuss cooking. Because that's what we do. We also know the names of the items in america because we have you say you can say cucumber barrier boy. I don't know what's going on in the baldwin house this week but you can be sure. There's a little voice in the back of alec baldwin's head saying. Oh my god. Did i marry what has happened disaster Just the awesomeness of creating an accent at some point years ago to market yourself having it takeoff weight. Just as i'm thinking about this through properly. Yeah we shouldn't pick what ancestry you want to have. Shame you shouldn't there's no picking. There's no don't you don't doorbuster. Don't shame fake ancestry. We're about to get into the shame wars in the next ten years and that's a shame that things are going crazy i can see. He's fighting over. Shame attleboro shaming. You have shamed us. We're.
Ball State contains Patterson, tops Buffalo 38-28 to win MAC
"As they defeat Buffalo in the mid American Conference Championship, 38 to 28. The final score. The Cardinals were 13 point underdogs in drink tonight, but they let halftime 35 21 they hold on for the win. 38 28 buffalo just tol. Talk about how big this was for the ball state defense. Buffalo was averaging 52 points per game Entering tonight, Ball state's defense held them to 28 Buffaloes running back Jared Patterson. Was averaging over 200 yards per game. He had 18 touchdowns and just five games this year, the ball state defense held him to just 47. Rushing yards. Congratulations to coach Mike knew, and the ball state cardinals winning their first Mac championship since 1996 Now we got more college football
How worried should we be about the two Sydney mystery cases?
"I've not suddenly those cases in new south wales again so we heard yesterday. That man who works at the sydney airport has tested positive coronavirus. And this is someone who shuttles drives the shuttle bus that takes aircrews from international flights to and from the airport and he got caught. And it's good but it's not a massive surprise but then a really big surprises that have popped out of the blue to people from sydney's northern beaches have also tested positive for covid and it doesn't seem to be any links to nine cases so far which is a lot more of a worry. So how worried should we be that. There's been circulating under the right eye in sydney for some time. Well if indeed. That's the case. I mean it's possible that it's been there. Circulating popped up. Let's start with the driver. Apparently he's been very cooperative and the the owners of the company who are who do the transportation of these aircrews been cooperative as well. Apparently there's been mask wearing but it's not entirely clear by the way we when we were talking about this on this episode of the krona. We don't have all the information. So more information may marriage by the time you listen to this corona cast. But certainly it's unclear. And i think that what's going on there. Is that the minister brad. Hazzard in his press conference yesterday alluded to this that. Probably the rules for aircrews are not as tight as they are for people arriving from overseas strange returning coming from overseas into weeks of hotel quarantine and maybe the testing of people come in contact with them is not as regular as it should be. I suspect that there's the there's a chink in the armor when it comes to us because we had that lady a couple of weeks ago who got infected almost certainly from aircrew. That's at least what the genomics of the virus tells you so there is a problem there. Wales is taking more than its fair share of the burden of people commute from overseas so your stress system but nonetheless that needs to be tightened up. Now you've got these. Two people are older people in the who apparently have close contact with each other in the northern beaches of sydney. And it's not clear who they've had contact with. It's just a little bit of coincidence. So the guy who's driving the boss apparently got symptoms on saturday. So that's a few days before he got tested and he can be infectious for a few days before that who knows what social networks that patterson was in. I wouldn't be surprised if the contact tracers find that there is a circuitous connection between these two cases. But you know you never know you. You've got no idea what's going on here and it could be just a surprise. There's been virus under the surface and it's popped up. It's just a bit of a coincidence that it's in the same week that this happens with these mystery cases. Norman how worried should we. Do you think it's going to turn out that. They just linked. I think we should be worried. We should be worried that there's a chink in the armor with overseas aircrews and we should be worried that these cases pop up very worried. But i'm sure that the contact tracers new south wales right onto it and really trying to track this down in the low ready doing to try and find out how to actually wear. These viruses came from and has been some innovations in australia genomics. Where in fact they can short circuit that you know makes wait two or three days. So let's see what happens there. So it's not huge panic yet but if you start to get other cases popping up when they do mass testing in the northern beaches then you start to get worried. Hopefully they can track this down
The Legend Of Bea Gaddy
"Be was born. Beatrice frankie fowler in wake forest north carolina on february twentieth. Nineteen thirty three. Her family like many others found itself in dire straits during the great depression. Much of bees childhood was marked by poverty and hunger as well as her father's often violent alcoholism. These difficult home life is to child informed. Her humanitarian work later on eventually be found a way out of her house marriage. The and her husband moved to new york city to find better work but be didn't have much luck. She worked as a housekeeper for little. Hey and her marriage came to an early end soon. After leaving home. She was left to find her way as a single mother by her mid twenties be had been twice divorced and was trying to take care of her five children in nineteen sixty four. She reconnected with an old friend. Who promised her job in baltimore. She moved there with her kids and took on several jobs. These life in this new city was also difficult. She and her children spent many nights without heat or electricity. During these hard times began to ask others for help forming connections to help take care of herself and her family. This ability to create community would define many of her later efforts in organizing while working as a crossing guard be formed a friendship with the neighborhood. Attorney who encouraged her to go to college be took the advice. I finishing her high school degree through a correspondence course and later enrolling at catonsville community college. She took several courses on mental health and graduated from antioch university with a bachelor's in human services in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven b had already been working in community organizing in the early nineteen seventies. she joined the east baltimore. Children's fund and her row house soon became a distribution center for food and clothing in one thousand nine hundred eighty one be founded. The patterson park emergency food center. She stocked it by collecting donations in an old cart. She wheeled around in the winter. The center also collected and distributed toys to children during the holidays that same year. Nineteen eighty-one b. One two hundred fifty dollars on a fifty cent lottery ticket. She used her winnings to plan a thanksgiving meal that fed forty nine of her neighbors. This feast became a yearly tradition. That grew with each generation. Be soon moved the dinner to the sidewalk outside her home later. She moved into the local middle school to fit. Everyone at the table. Beast thanksgiving dinners. Were made possible by donations local grocers and willing extra hands in the kitchen from around the community be became a pillar of the baltimore community in addition to the food bank and shelter. She started a furniture bank and a program to refurbish abandoned row. Houses for families in need. She helped run summer. Youth programs and ran workshops on voter education later in life be also became an ordained minister. This allowed her to perform important duties like marriages and burials at no cost to families. In nineteen ninety nine he was elected to city council. She ran on a platform of bringing the citizens perspective back to the council and used her life experiences in baltimore to represent the voices of an often silenced community. Sadly her term was cut short when in two thousand and one be died of breast cancer. These work has been carried on by her daughters as well as the many volunteers who show up every year to help out at the organizations she helped build. the food. Pantry is known today as the gaddi family center and continues to help feed clothe and shelter. Baltimore's community the center feeds between fifty and one hundred and fifty people daily beast. Thanksgiving feast now feeds around twenty thousand people every year and is assisted by hundreds of volunteers. Who come to help these legacy levonne. It is one of baltimore's most notable thanksgiving traditions. The thanksgiving dinner right. Tens of thousands of hungry residents got a hot meal today at patterson park and all across the baltimore area During her life beat earned numerous awards for her humanitarian work. She has also been memorialized by charity efforts including be gatty day which is celebrated by a citywide food. Drive every year
Is it safe to put kids back in classrooms? Washington DC Auditor issues report
"Is still working to bring Mork kids back to the classroom. And now there's a new report focusing on whether the science supports doing that. The report from the office of the D C auditor looked at closing classrooms as a pandemic mitigator so that our council members can be as well informed as possible. Kathleen Patterson is the district's auditor. And, she says, because school shutdowns coincided with other shutdowns in the spring, it's hard to come up with the defense. Of answer. What is possible is to weigh the benefits and risks of what is known about the impacts of school closure policies to assess what risks a community is willing to undertake, the report says. Those assessments need to be guided by what drives community transmission. Other mitigating factors put in place in the weighing of the risks and benefits of in person schooling. John Doman w T. O P News or 13,
"j patterson" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"And i didn't you know couldn't tweet couldn't talk mean vinson i'll we would all would avoid the subject loan. Just tell stories. Some of those told today just sad. That won't have anymore. But i'm thankful grateful for for the years that i i gotta spend and be with him into anybody. That's a fan of this business. You'll never know the contributions that man made this business over the last fifty years And fifty years from now when somebody says a grab a quick one. That's patterson quick one somebody else says apple case as patterson when you're talking about the hundredth royal rumble wouldn't be if that one patterson and we talk about or the grace workers grace minds of this business. You're still going to be talking about pat patterson and the single best finish man in the business. That's pat patterson touched so many people's lives. You don't even know it and that's all that is it's a tweet couldn't i couldn't find the words could and wanna call to say just because i had to get it out and i in my way of dealing in there so much more fuck we. We haven't even done a deep dive now and we will. I mean i think we made the right 'cau- i'm i'm so proud to be a part of the show and to pay ona's to your great friend and it's it's weird because there's so many tentacles to all of this. I think sometimes we fans just think it's yeah it happens when we turn the tv on and then we turn the tv off. It's over but of course i'm friends with your wife. Stephanie on facebook. When all this happened she posted a lot of family. Candid photos through the years of you. Guys and the kids in patent louis and for the first time i texas you a couple of days ago said i just watched path hall of fame speech for the very first time i never saw and obviously the company was in a different place back then but to just see pat be so proud to receive that award and you could see the affection he had prevents when he thanked me nine for what he had done for wrestling and he said in whatever your was in the mid nineties can you imagine wrestling being any bigger than this but he's gonna find a way. Thank you for that but mostly thank you for being my friend and you see the smile. Come across vince face. And you know think that's fences mom seated to his left. This is a family thing. And it's so wild the see that and then at the end again. This is the mid nineties a different time. He said i'm going to do this for the very first time. I wanna thank a very special god my life a very dear friend and a companion and he thanked louis that he was gonna share this award with him. What a fucking touching moment man. Because you know this sounds silly. Now in the context of twenty twenty but back then that was a big deal and he was such an innovator in a trail blazer so brave and so such a creative genius and so giving and yeah. It's it's immeasurable. The impact he had not only on the wf not only professional wrestling but the world people and we lost a great one. And there's no way that we can do a show like this and really tell that story in a couple of hours so we're going to do another deep dive on on pat some other time as a set of forty six pages of notes. I'm rip roar and ready to go. But bruce just wanted today. You know give you a chance to not talk about what he did but to talk about how we made you feel. Because that's really the memory for the people who knew him the most. It's not the inventor of the royal rumble. It's not the first intercontinental champion. It's you know hanging a noose with hulk hogan and he and all around the car and game making up the steak sauce and taking the time with a a young brash. Cocky thinks he's got figured out office guy and saying. Hey now let me teach you about life. He was all of that to everyone and to hear it from your perspective. I don't think we could've done anymore. Justice today so thank you for being open and honest and vulnerable and real and at paterson will be sorely missed spa lot of people he will and thank you all for listening giving a shit enough to lists and is is the guy that so many ways just made it all happen and for me personally kept my happiest together and God speed love you bat and you are missed. We'll be back next week with another episode of something wrestle. He's at british. Richard i am. Hey it's conrad and none of that matters. That patterson seventy nine get that shit. I'm pretty good. Talk maimon link..
"j patterson" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"Alka. Let's not a ramp. There's no box of gamay and you don't feel and wilburn and they're they're shaquille you bruce you know google was she not content a now something wrestle rules vic gone unread happened. Been say about that. Well so good. Arash lack out wrestling wrestling to wrestle with bruce pritchard. As conrad thompson. And you're listening to something to wrestle with. Bruce prichard bruce. What's going on man. How are you will county Got a question for you did you. know who was talking about you the other day I don't know Charlotte no body was talking about you the other day. So pat patterson he'd get you with least once or twice month course celebrating the life of pat patterson We lost him tragically earlier this week. In we're recording on saturday december fifth on the heels of a very special smackdown that pay no more is the pat and I know inex- t was was. Technically the i w show after paths passing but last night was your first wrestling show with the company without paterson on the earth here with us and i know you guys were best friends for so long. I mean jim cornet jokes on his podcast that you guys were tasked with hip so much that it became one name of burson. Pap wasn't wasn't bruce. Richard and pat patterson it was person pat. And you know these days. Of course he'd gotten a little older passed away earlier this week at the age of seventy nine and it was slowing down a little bit and he wasn't running as wide open as maybe schedule. You keep these days and while that may have changed The love you guys shared for each other had not and When i got the news. And i called you. I could tell just by the way you answer the phone that you already knew pretty tough week this week. Yeah it was Yeah yeah ensures that was. It was a little crazy. I got a call bright and early in the morning whatever day that was and just pretty much facts type thing but it was Shock shocking you can prepare for those things All you want. But it's still when it hits you and the reality of it comes in the you. I don't know i just i. I pretty much sat silenced. Longest time and you try to rationalize it you dream in and try to rationalize it's not true but It was a fact. And we lost one of my best friends and mentors of my entire life that Last three three years did out me so much. Just unselfishly talk me into the time with me. And and along the way just we had had a shitload of fund as well so it was a it was a little rough. Well let's Spend right the top that normally we may do a deep dive bio on a talent like this we would come with A lotta facts on a lot of details about their whole life and we're still going to do that some day. I'm pat patterson But that day won't be today today. We're just gonna let bruce tell some stories and sort of speak from the heart. I forty six pages notes ready to go. I'm pat patterson when we do the full profile show. But i thought today on the heels of all of this news being so fresh maybe what would be best would be if we just sorta let you tell your story so tell us about the first time you got to meet pat patterson well the first time that i met pat officially was in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty seven shortly after wrestlemainia. The office in houston. Paul bashes wrestling office which was partially owned by bill watson. Midsouth time we had watts had sold his territory. The wf to Jim crockett promotions and paul boston. Wannabe be any of that. Paul didn't didn't like jim. Crockett and our say didn't like him. Didn't know jim crockett. But are that way. Didn't know jim crockett but knew enough about him. That he knew he did not wish to do business with him. Paul who's willing to open up and try but his his phone calls and attempts to get a hold of crockett when unanswered. So calzone friend. Jim barnett meeting was arranged for pat. Thence jim barnett. Jump on a plane to come to houston to meet with paul. That was the first time On that day that i actually ever met pat shook his hand and talk to him for a few seconds but You know through the years you hear an awful lot of things about people. I remember the first time that ever saw pat in that was in What amarillo is no paso. Texas seen him on tv and pat do character. Lord patrick patterson. Ken's past english wasn't good so pat would cut these promos from a lawn chairs of. Hey all you farmers out there in texas and he would just do it through his thick french canadian accent trying to be british and it was the drizzling fucking shits but god damn man would pat got in the ring and turned it on. No one could touch. his work. Saw pat. I is a very you know. Young kid Watching wrestling just being a fan of wrestling then he came and Think he did one or two shots. Maybe in houston for paul. Bosch with ray. Stevens is his partner and holy shit. They were just explain it because their work was just that good. You knew it. You knew it when you watch them. This was something special that these guys are the best there was ray. Stevens has been noted by ric flair as being his favorite wrestler growing up. And i think a lot of our younger listeners may not realize that before. Pat patterson was the first intercontinental champion from that prestigious tournament. Down rio de janeiro he was arguably one half of the greatest tag team of all time and not a ton of footage out there of that tag team but folks who actually got to live it and see it said it was unlike anything else and.
Washington, DC - Man fatally shot in Maryland mall parking lot
"Of $5000 reward being offered for information regarding a murder last night in the parking lot at the Mall in Colombia, Howard County police A 20 year old Anthony Patterson of Owings Mills was shot and killed shortly after 10 in that parking lot in front of the main event entertainment venue. Police say it does not appear that Patterson had a relationship with the shooter. But it appears there was some sort of argument prior to the
Strong winds fuel wildfire in Southern California
"Southern california. Millions are under a red flag warnings. Tonight a forecast for more high winds keeping the fire. Danger high as firefighters tried to contain a blaze that forced tens of thousands to evacuate. Steve patterson is there blasted by surging. Winds gust up to seventy five miles an hour and a landscape of bone. Dry fuel southern california bonfire chewed through thousands of acres forcing residents to race columns of flames raining down a hail of embers saw these flames come out from behind a ridge and they must have been like fifty one hundred feet tall. The fire started at home then spreading forcing more than twenty five thousand two evacuated injuring. Two firefighters i'm alive. Gene page barely escaped as the flames ripped into her yard nearly torching her hillside home. I was terrified. I cried all last night. I i was 'cause you're never gonna get back what you put into as the fire spread win grounded critical air support. It's the latest in a brutal year of historic california wildfires. more than four million acres scorched. So far we have santa ana conditions in high wind conditions. That are promoting really big fast-spreading spreading fire events tonight. Nearly eleven million under red flag warnings with the threat expected into the weekend. The latest leg of an allergy round fire season keeping residents locked in. Unending worry
"j patterson" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Because i want someone to learn something in the business to learn something about the business. He'll you i watch. I watched many of your matches. You had a mean streak many heels And i got a chance through your book. I always remember lord alfred hayes from doing commentary on wwf. I didn't know that that guy even worked. So i got on youtube and he was a nasty hill and he made you mad because he cheated and then when it came time to get heat on you he was a mean prick. Yeah explain the importance of mainstream bat because to me. It's so simple me as far as being mean yes. You don't just go through the motions this with no you gotta take pleasure passionate fucking jackley when you throw a punch your facial expression you mean it. You just don't do it for fun right when you grab that leg and you twist it. Yeah you got to show me that you know. That's the whole thing. The facial expression is so important. So you're working with silvio samson montreal. How long are we there before you would end up going down to tony. Santos in boston right montreal. I wrestled with the kid bit and then from there. I add a chance to go about. The promoter from boston would come in sometime to montreal and looking for talent you know so i go to him and said you do promote that you Me go boston. Goldman gives me his car late. You try to tell me out. You know what i mean but i kept that card for five six months later. That's what my dad. Throw me out of the house and my sister. She gave me twenty bucks in those days. It was a lot of money. I took a reality bus went to boston. You gotta go through immigration. I had that thing in those days. I guess you didn't need a passport. I said me go to boston wrestle. No no no. I was at the border. Six to seven hours the business. Start it calling to promote her. Finally promoter answer or you got a kid hairy that wrestling for you. Yeah yeah yeah so. I went to boston. They went to boston deadly. And you started your wrestling careers. Pat patterson because as a shoot you appear clermont. Yeah so you already pat. Patterson and waiting for you over in boston i i. I changed my name in montreal. Okay oh yeah pierre claremont. Can you imagine a name. Champion the star pierre claremont. Give me a break. Have a religion assay quad to it if i will Tell me how you came up with. The pat patterson because in the book. Okay you know what that was a two local guys. There were lumberjack. One was sh the paul smitten and the other one was back smith to lumberjack. And i liked the name pat smith you know not even named pat so i think a dictionary toback page of the dictionary. They have the What do you call it be. At and now surnamed. I what is it a surname surname. So fat i like pants. And now i didn't know what to call the last one that i took the dictionary and i told my eyes and i opened the first name i saw. Was patterson patterson that was it guttering to it. Been my name for years. What change when you went to boston because you are in boston. What two years about two years. And you know i learned that learned to wrestle to travel all these little towns with different guys. They were the old timers they like to play with you and trying to stretch you but after a while they liked to work with you. Am i taking good bunk right. You know what. I mean they help you know and that was there for two years. I had a blast. Oh my god. I was young. I didn't know i didn't make any money. I was living in an apartment at ten dollars. Ten dollars a week so at this point your life and later on. We're going to get to this. You always feel comfortable when you when you really start understanding the business whether you're working. The healer baby fish yours preferred to lead the match. But i'm imagining when you get to boston. And while you're still in montreal samson's kid maybe you were called on the match. But i'm imagining you're still following at this point correct and learning. Oh yeah. But i learned from them. There were telling me what to do that. Eventually nasa wait a minute my time. I'm gonna teach these guys what to do. you know. I came to that level where they started believing in me. You know what. I mean those days i just wanted to lead and some of these guys are just looking at you. Come on you know. It just felt that way. I bet you the same way to a web. Because i don't hear very good. I was legendary. You know if. I'll never forget working with lawler in memphis. He was a guy that let's start talking before you've been locked up alive. It'd be trying to call the first spot. And i'd be a lot. Well the crowd would call hotspot. Tillerson was ridiculous. i. We're working. Hiller baby once i got a hold of it. That's when i started liking to lead the match. And that's where i felt comfortable worth funny about leading match. You know and that's one thing i had to do. Come on i just. I couldn't let a guy go ahead. Go ahead you lead you going to do something you're gonna kick my ass do something you know. I'm waiting for something now. I'm only the match. I'll tell you what to do. What rocket johnson. I worked with him so many times man. I used to give him shit every night in the ring you lazy bastards. Get your bucket ass up. You know what i mean. That's scream at him because if we have a badge matt because about not because of him. It's this fall. I don't wanna have a bad match right going going back to the those formative years man. I can't imagine there was a lot of high spots. It was a lot of holes working for holds healing and then one or two spots. But it wasn't a spot fast yet. You're right now. Put a hole and make mid the guy suffer you know. Make them tap out years ago. Not too many guys with that. They didn't want to tap out get pinned. It's okay back to that day. Just just of two guys grappling just was an attraction in another self because you know it was it was still that time of course wrestling been around in the states for since before. The tv was around outside. Television comes out. It's it's national tv but and that day that style just captivated people. Oh yeah combatants trying arousal or win a championship belt right and so all these years later the business has evolved so much. Yeah and you. you're right years ago. You grab a hold of the wrestler for twenty minutes. Get out of there and when he does look out. You're right it's true but today you grab over twenty minutes. Yeah hey in boston. And you're out on the town and you meet louis your life partner. Yeah forty years and so you guys become an item and this is back in the day when a business was protected and so y'all protected the business you protected your relationship. Yeah louis and all about. It's a long story. And the way. Because i met him in boston and i would see him on the weekend because he lived outside of boston and he had a motorcycle to come and spend a weekend with me and go. You know a good friend you know. But then in the meantime mad dog is in oregon. He's a star and oregon. And i don't know how he got still don't know today how he got my address in boston. He sends me a letter yearbook in two weeks in oregon. You'd better be here mad. Dogs wants me to oregon. Had no idea where oregon is then. I go to the promoter in boston. I tell them about one or go to oregon. It takes a map. I've never seen him back. That big is going from coast to coast to me. What's going around the world. And he says you could starve to that. That scared me. I didn't go about three weeks later. I got a letter from my dog up walking over here on my god. Now i have to go. I borrowed money from louis. Flew to portland. Get a little apartment. I stayed a hotel mad. Dog was there through a couple of weeks later. I miss my friend. Louise and louis flies in thinking. Hey man when you said goodbye to louis you're just gonna and he was going to go do his thing..
Red flag warning issued for Los Angeles, parts of SoCal amid heat wave, historic wildfire season
"California high winds are prompting new warnings of late season fire. Dangerous steve. Patterson reports many are still waiting for federal money to rebuild after years of wildfire destruction. It is the worst wildfire season in california history and the alarm is still sounding tonight. The national weather service issuing new red flag warnings for millions of southern california residents predicting gust to seventy miles an hour. The warning comes as many wildfire victims from years. Past are still waiting on relief. California received more than one point. Three billion in federal aid after thousands of homes were leveled during the devastating wildfires in two thousand seventeen and twenty eighteen but with funding tangled in a bureaucratic red tape. Most homeowners are still waiting to see a single sent to help them rebuild according to state records the thousand seventeen tubs fire leveled eight-year-old. Linda adrian's santa rosa home three years later. She's still in temporary housing isolated in a small space. I don't know what to do. I'm angry also extremely frustrated. And then i really depressed because i'm sitting here by myself. I don't have anybody to talk to. A generation of wildfire refugees left out in the cold waiting to find a way back home.
Cousins, Vikings overcome Patterson return, beat Bears 19-13
"Kirk cousins threw a pair of touchdown passes as the Vikings defeated the bears nineteen thirteen cousins aerial strikes were both to wide receiver Adam Phelan cousin says his team is playing really well great to get a win you know so we'll try to keep building on it now it'll be so important to you know keep stringing these together if we can that's that's really what the you know the rest of season be all about for the game cousins was twenty five or thirty six passing for two hundred ninety two yards Dalvin cook added ninety six tough yards on the ground for the bears scored Daryl Patterson returned a kickoff one hundred four yards for a score his eighth career kickoff for touchdowns tying an NFL record the Vikings have won three in a row while the bears are going the opposite direction they've dropped four straight David Shuster Chicago
"j patterson" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
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"j patterson" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser
"Enjoy Sex. Lead your family. And we know you prefer gut wrenching dramas over ROM coms. Usually we asked about wrong crumbs, but just tell us which sole grinding drama. Could you watch on repeat, jody? Gosh now okay. All you can think of is the wrong calms I. Know I know you know. The funny thing is I. Don't watch a lot of of movies. Okay, gut wrenching, a sucker for legends of the fall with Brad Pitt in early Brad Pitt it. Has This family saga? Intertwined love story where some people just like Brad. He just leaves the family and goes off on the see because he has to figure life out on his own. And then you know people die. People are victorious is just an amazing story I. I gotTa say this is I did not see this coming at all legends of fall with Brad Pitt from everything that we've heard this interview I did, are you do have some kind of a kickback from stars or something? What is happening right? I off topic in my reading, and in my consumption of like media so like although I'm very tuned into black culture and Trans and LGBT culture right now. One of the books that I'm reading is call couples that were. Which is about? People to people, you know it's a steady husbands and wives who have strong careers and strong drives, and how they work together as a couple I'm also reading difficult. Roxane Gay I'm also reading James. Baldwin. The Cross redemption. I just have a lot of different references, and somehow they all feed into. How raise my kids? I think it's fantastic I. Applaud You lady you. This is one of the best interviews we've done. I am so. Happy that you agreed to do this. I am so happy that we reconnected I. Love what you have talked to us about. In terms of raising activists I love what you've talked to us about. In terms of if shifting and herring and being mentally flexible, I am going to take so many of your words and lessons with me into this next week and Thank you for thanks for being here. You fucking rock man, thank you. and. I love what you do. Because as June you know I've been married and divorced twice, and that is a process of. Detachment. That is not easy most people. It gets so messy, but this idea that. Shifting from one reality to the next is something that happens, and we might as well be ready for prepared for it is shift easier so I love what you do shape easier. Thanks if these year become untethered, not unhinged I like it. But it gets you a T shirt Jodi. Thank you for joining us today. We're grateful for your enlightenment. Please tell people where they can find you online, and also where people can go to donate the causes. We've discussed today. So my My instagram is at Jodie Harrison. J. O. D. I. E. P. A. T. T.. R. S. N! And that's where I'm usually. Bound. That's why I'm usually the most busy on Instagram at Paterson Mike Book is called the world and you can buy it through Amazon through Barnes no-ball. You can.
"j patterson" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser
"Found him of doing something with our bodies, which is you know they can process the? Basketball Court, so dosen environment give kids the truth. Give him it. Give it to them. In small doses create the right environment for them to build state I also make sure that my kids being black, and some of them are queer They don't internalize this, so you know this is about. How other people. have. A worked construction of the world. And other people has dangerous minds and other people have. On parts that are not as full and other people, so we talk about how other folks were other folks going through? And this is now. I never played it on snow. This is about you. I never played it on my black children bishop about you what we're experiencing is something created by folks out there other folks now not. we are going to deal with the best way we know how to, but many times. We're GONNA walk away from it. We're going to close our door onto racism to transphobia. And live our lives as very full and fulfilled people so a lot of the protection. We need to give our children. Is.
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"j patterson" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"EVERYBODY TO BE SOLD. Three fourteen in the podcast. I am happy as always to be here with you. Thanks for stopping by. If this is your first time listening to podcast. Please get over there and Baghdad subscribe button. You do not want to miss all the action. That's coming your way right here on first-class fatherhood all right. Dad's I've got an awesome guests joining me here today. Ross Patterson is a highly successful writer. Actor comedian and podcast. He is the CO host of the drinking Bros. Podcast as well as the Ross Patterson revolution a podcast and he does with his wife. He has been in the podcast for a very long time. Now is just absolutely crushing it. I truly admire his hustle. And I'm grateful to have a few minutes with him on the show today. Ross is also a New York Times bestselling author who has appeared in over twenty films. He has produced at least six movies. You maybe already following him on instagram. Handle is at Saint James Saint James. Ross Patterson will be here with me and just a few minutes so please stick around for the interview all right and next week. I'll be hitting you guys with three episodes and as you know I have been humbled to win. The twenty. Twenty family is people's Choice Award for best. Family centered PODCASTS. Those awards were named in honor of Linda and Richard. Ir who've been considered experts in the parenting field. They've raised nine children and written a bunch of bestselling parenting books. They've been featured on many talk shows including Oprah Winfrey's next week Richard. Ir will be joining me here on the podcast and I am so excited for that. Also a fellow New Jersey. Dad will be joining me here next week. He is known as the Dancing Dad. Kenny Clutch Thomas who went viral on the Internet as the dancing dad when his son was victorious with his. Fight Against Cancer. Kenny is an inspiring human beings. So please don't miss out on that one. Be Sure you follow me on Instagram at Alex's school as to find out who else will be joining me here if you have a chance please subscribe to firstly fatherhood on Youtube and drop me a rating or a review on itunes or wherever you may be enjoying first-class fatherhood and as always. Please help me. Spread the word about this podcast. Every father India neighborhood or in your contact list let them know about the show that celebrates fatherhood and family life fatherhood rocks family values rule.
"j patterson" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"There's so many people here. I don't know what this is going to be like. I'm about to make this up. What am i doing rush oy. Why did i agree to this again. Like what what am i doing and then i literally have to go to a place in my head where i go <hes> <hes> i. I thought of this the like the the second or third time i did it. I had been home in texas for like a month and a half. I got sick. He had a couple of strokes and it was fucking hard time. I came back because i was scheduled to do that. Show in i remember driving there and going like oh. Oh my god like almost out of my body and i remember the only thing that calmed me down was thinking well. Nobody knows that they're going to die. I could die later tonight. All i have is this. Let it rip and i've i've found that that's a very helpful philosophy. Most of life 'cause because then you can just be where you are and whatever happens happens. Let's see what happens nice and usually it's better than you thought. Whatever thing whether it's going to get coffee doing this doing a show like fuck it. I don't know let's see why thank you probably always had this and it's probably what got you through that existential crisis in fourth grade. Maybe maybe no thank goodness great talking to you eighty patterson. What a sweetheart.
"j patterson" Discussed on 88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story
"Well commuting while jamie stayed trapped underneath his bed. The liquor store owner opens up the application and gives me some details. Els patterson included on his resume pederson wrote. I'm an honest and hardworking guy not much work experience but i show up to work and i'm a quick learner that statement calling himself honest in a hardworking guy doesn't add up because on his resume patterson lies. He writes that he was in marine boot camp from from april to december two thousand seventeen. We've already confirmed that he was kicked out of the marines. After five weeks. In paterson writes that he worked at a wisconsin concrete company through november knbr twenty eighteen but we already know he was unemployed at the time of the murders and kidnapping in october in fact after we post this update online a manager at the concrete company calls us to say patterson never worked there at all he just filled out an application <hes> <music> when you find out someone is accused of committing an act of pure evil you almost expect to find there were warning signs like torturing animals are sent mm-hmm childhood abuse the kinds of things you read about in here about but with jake paterson. We can't find any of those things patterson's peers. Tell us he he was. Just a normal kid in high school didn't really care for class and in fact he's quoted in the yearbook saying i'm finally done with school. His yearbook shows he was on the quiz bowl team but he didn't play any sports and didn't appear to be active in any other activities he graduated class of thirty four and was voted as the most quiet boy in the class of two thousand fifteen fifteen pederson grew up in the home where he kept jamie. He has an older brother and sister. His parents divorced in two thousand seven. Maybe it'd it'd be easier to wrap our minds around everything. If everyone always suspected jake paterson was a monster but we find none of that in his ordinariness creates an unsettling feeling of its own when i heard the news i was extremely shocked to hear that jake would do something like that because he's just seems like your average eighteen you know growing up there was nothing different than him than any other child and the neighborhood on the next eight days as they have not indicated how patterson will plead when the arraignment happens on march twenty seven in upcoming plea amid fears the case will drag on so what are the the odds that he rolls in there in pleads guilty all comes to an in my opinion zero but then patterson writes a letter that letter arrived at care eleven for our blue goose this warning from the polk county jail inmate jake patterson and the letter's contents shake up the case this this is eight hundred eight days the jamie class story a care eleven original podcast in association with volt studios checkout eight days podcast dot com for more information on jamie class case eight days has written and produced by me lou reduce in l._a. Coder original music is by dave mailing in emily havi in original artwork by david moment thanks to dan crow in atomic k. productions for audio help special thanks to care levin management and staff for their contributions the people of barron wisconsin in the close family growing.
"j patterson" Discussed on 88 Days: The Jayme Closs Story
"Steve is on his second and last day of work at suppo- cheese patterson says he bought a black face mask from walmart to hide his identity when he executed his plan pederson says has he stopped halfway between baron and gordon install license plates off a vehicle parked in someone's yard to put on his own car when he carried out the crimes to help disguise his identity eh he disconnected the dome light so he could enter and exit his vehicle and darkness and he also removed the trunk light and the glow in the dark emergency release in the trunk with patterson refers to as the kidnapping cord so no one could open the trunk once inside before leaving his house. Patterson says he took took his father's twelve gauge mossberg pump shotgun with six slugs now if you're not familiar with guns a slug is much bigger than a bullet that a rifle would fire and even though it's not as accurate from far away a slug does a lot more damage patterson tells investigators he knew that and also that he researched in learn that the mossberg osberg branch shotgun was one of the most heavily manufactured in could be harder to trace in order to make sure he would leave no fingerprints or dna patterson says he put on gloves in wipe down the shotgun and six shells before loading it he shaved his face and all the hair off his head and showered before leaving his house so we wouldn't leave any d._n._a. The anna or hair at the crime scene pederson says he drove to the class home twice before october fifteenth in hopes of taking the girl he saw getting on the bus. The first came a week and a half earlier but when he got there he says there are all kinds of cars in the driveway and it scared him off a day or two later. Pederson says he tried again and but he had second thoughts when he saw the lights were on and people were walking around the house on october. Fifteenth patterson says he coasted into the end of the class driveway with his headlights off and parked he quietly got out of the car wearing a black face mask and jacket bluejeans brown steel toe work boots and two pairs have gloves as he walked up the sidewalk to the front door of the class home. Pederson says he noticed gym class standing in the large picture window to the left of the front door shining a flashlight outside patterson says he hollered for jim to get on the ground but jim kept shining the flashlight and looking outside patterson says he opened the glass storm door pounded on the wooden front door. Jim look through the small glass window on the door and said show me your badge. Apparently thinking patterson was the police patterson then says he raised his shotgun and shot him in the head through the window on the door and he heard him collapsed to the ground after trying to break down the door. Patterson says he fired a second shot this time at the doorknob and he was able to get inside. He says he saw jim was dead and and stepped over his body. After quickly scanning the house. Patterson approached the closed door the bathroom it was locked locked and barricaded patterson says he hit the door with his shoulder ten to fifteen times before it burst open. Patterson says he ripped off the shower curtain. In in the bathtub found denise close with her arms wrapped around jamie in a bear hug patterson pulled out black duct tape and told denise to put it over jamie's as mouth patterson tells investigators denise was struggling to do it so he set the shotgun on the bathroom. Sink took the tape from denise in rapid around around jamie's mouth and completely around her head then stood jamie up and taped her wrists and ankles and pulled out of the bathtub with jamie standing bound next to him in the bathroom. Patterson says he picked up the shotgun aimed for denise his head and pulled the trigger as he started to turn away from there patterson says he dragged jamie out of the house nearly slipping on jim's blood that had pulled on the floor. He dragged her across the yard to his car. Pop the trunk open and put her inside. Pederson.
"j patterson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Yes. The microphone became unplugged. I didn't touch it. Thank you. Sometimes this microphone becomes unplugged. First time it happened. It was kind of a freak out because we didn't know what was going on this time. Mark new right? Exactly. What it was? Yeah. I don't know when it became unplug. I don't know how long it was quiet. So I'll start again, you have a J Patterson twenty twenty one year old guy accused of kidnapping and holding Jamie Kloss kept in captivity like under a bed with furniture all backed up to it was very weird. Patrick patterson? The father of Jake Paterson told us CNN reporter. There is a letter he wants to pass along to the class family. All I care about right now is Jamie's family. I wanna give them a note. And he like he feels bad. I feel that parents feel is no way that could happen. And the parents are not somehow responsible, but I'm not a parent. So I can't be sure what do you think when you hear about the father's somebody awful? Don't the parents always bear some responsibility. How did that kid gets socialized to be that kid? You tell me they didn't notice something was weird. All we care about right now. All I care about right now is Jamie's family says I want to get him a note he told CNN Patrick Patterson declined to provide more details on the letter politics is not for not being able to elaborate. He says sorry. I can't talk before yours escort it away. To some degree. I do feel bad to some degree. I blame the parents. The Duke our kids just born dad. I don't think so. And if they are born mentally ill. Is there any way that responsible parent wouldn't see that? I'm asking for your help on this same year. Your kids have had problems. Tell me about that. Did you find it? Did you notice it do you? Do you agree with me? Jake Patterson's accused of killing Jamie's parents, and I don't know if you've heard the details of this. But it's grow gruesome. J Patterson's accused of killing Jamie's parents James and Denise. And their home outside a barren. And then took Jamie. Jake, Patterson's grandfather, Jim Moyer. Told ABC news that the family had no clue at anything was happening. Do you buy that? Do you buy that? And if the if that's the case is it some sort of willful blindness going on willful blindness, by the way is a legal term. Is there negligence? Was the kid killing animals? Just acting really really weird. I just don't understand how a person can get to where that guy got to. Without an without contribution from the parents, or without the parents, noticing something went terribly wrong. Nobody had any clues. I'm not buying it. We are absolutely heartbroken. It's wrenching to deal with he was shot by and quiet. He backed off from crowds. But a nice boy, polite. Computer games were more of a priority than social interaction. By the way. Patterson Jake was jars Barron county Monday with two counts of first degree intentional homicide one count of kidnapping one count of armed burglary. Cash bail five million bucks? On Tuesday was moved from the Polk County jail. To the Polk County Jeff from his cell and baron. You don't need to know. All that stuff. Just what are your thoughts on? Parental responsibility for the kids. And I don't mean just legally, but moral. It's your fault you contributed to this. Or you you, socialize them. Are you didn't socialize them? You didn't pay attention. Help me out folks, if you have kids is it possible that a child can get so off often that far off track without you noticing. And if you're a good parent. It's open line six one seven. Two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. This is a horrific thing horrific is one of those. In cold blood types of things like the book. But it's real it's now an imagine being this girl. Parents kill. She's right. They're taking. Into taken hostage for three months. How can you ever ever ever be the same hollow? I'll tell you this. I do know a girl who's. Father. Took out into her and her sister out in the desert and tried to kill them. All she turned out, quite well, so the human human mind, the human beings, pretty resilient. But I don't know about this. This is something that took place over a quite a long period of time. Do you think she'll ever be? We'll see ever have a moment's peace without ever leave her mind. Was you have nightmares forever? Will she be therapy forever? Could she ever have a normal relationship could be a normal parent, which he be? If you're a parent, she always be super hovering because she knows what can happen. Well that make those kids weird. Six one seven two five four ten thirty openness. It's WBZ. Your Jay talking. Try radio. Talking Bradley, Jay WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty. Roofing now and get a new roof from ninety nine dollars a month. WBZ has the real story. 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"j patterson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I don't know if that was the intent or not I know it was the kick was the head. But now it's too short of a pooch. Well, they were trying to get that ball to number two while the football in the air. But Michigan did a good job reacting to it. But number two Taylor for Indiana was out of the catch that football in the air. Well, whatever the case Indiana good field position here Michigan at their own thirty nine yard line. Chris Evans is in the backfield was J Patterson. Patterson? Takes the snap. Rolls to his right out here in the flat to Evans Abbas gets away from one man and that goes down after a four yard gain is Marcelino ball comes up to make the stop. But that could have been a big line again he made the first linebacker miss cut underneath a good job of Indiana's defense. Running the football safe that one walnut. The forty three yard line. Patterson awaits the stat gets at wants to throw it looks downfield going deep again, he's got a man, and he broke the tackles Zach junk. And he gets it all the way down to the fifteen yard line. Got mad hurt on the field. Yeah. Right up to see this runs. Right back to strong safety. He's got a runway by saying the safety Crawford missed on the tackle. And got almost what do you get down to fifteen? Oh, boy, and we got to Indiana players on the ground Khalil. Bryant is one of them. And we've got another guy also on the on the field. That's on the ground trainers. Look at it. Both right now, the fans were booing like crazy. I don't know why. Either candidate Samuels is the other guy came.
"j patterson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"It's got two guards are you love sandwiches this is the libertador show with this two god's only years pm radio espn radio is presented bob aggressive jared's james patterson gonna to join this show and just a second on these shell pennzoil performance lautem rattled because our budget tennis names in front of me these are tough here's your sports centre update and the ladies bragging for the australian open number one ranked simona how halla cruise by naomi osaka in straightsets the move on to the quarterfinals other quarterfinal matches include caroline wozniacki versions carlos whereas navarro elise mertens verses elina fit spit elina no idea angelique kerber versus madison keys and finally rush band member alex lifezette has confirm russia's breakup saying quote after forty one years we felt like it was enough it said oh let's thanks earlier on the porgera more you bomb that rush broke up that was the first concert i ever want to rush and then ecdc that's thanks for all the latest headlines information tuna sports in her on espn radio all throughout the day ghirma also put on the poll would you be okay with an alarm system throughout america to alert you when that patriots thing and was apponaug a an alarm that goes off everywhere i love that the the visual you created where everyone in the fourth quarter runs outside it's happening every month and everyone runs i it's braiding time brady time so james patterson air you may be familiar with his work he's sold his books have sold more than three hundred million copies he's done one hear about aaron hernandez all american murderer it's available now this is an author that is so good that even i have read one or two of all right the highest kaduna james patterson thank you for being on with us sir.