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"janet taylor" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:31 min | Last week

"janet taylor" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Podcast. I've been thinking about this if I'm here and you're here, Doesn't that make it our time? Alright. Everybody calls him ack here were assembled to bring you the falling back. Podcast on. I don't know kind of a melancholy day. Really? We're doing this on Thursday morning. I got rid of Sony. Ryan. I got Channing Caylor. Who? By the way, ladies, gentlemen. Janet Taylor looking extra handsome today? I'm just throwing that out there. I took a shower fall just for you. Tony. Do you see how good he looks? Finally coughed is the way I would describe it. Yeah, When you consider how beat up and dishevelled Paulie and I look on this gas, they got hit by a bus. Polly Looks like he's been living in his car on a Grateful dead tour for about three. I like it, though. That's no Yeah. Happy place. How? Yeah. Anyway. No guys, though, I did say today's of melancholy Day and The reason for that is that we lost one of the greatest pitching arm's in baseball history. Is Trevor Ever? Yeah, that's Tom Seaver, who Shannon was kind of a compadre of yours. He was from Fresno, and it's a big deal for a kid from Fresno Toe grow up, then go to USC and then make it big in the big apple man. That is Something that doesn't happen very often. I want to say Tony, I would like to get your kind of thoughts about him is a pitcher. But just Janet and Tony. Just think about this. You guys like when he came out of USC and I've been reading his kind of biography, and we had a lot of great guests. In fact, how about this? You guys will have my crew go on the podcast today. His memories of Tom see, because they were peers. They played at the same time and Mike came on The Murphy Mac show today kind of an unexpected hit. It was great. And he gave us a lot of good stuff. So we'll replay that. Think about this, you guys So Seaver in 1969 was the face and leader of the Mets. Tony, I believe you want 25 games that year 25 6 25 and nine something like that some absurd record wins and losses. But he was the leader of the medicine is very like dignified, polite, well spoken. Interestingly, same year, same stadium, New York Jets go to the Super Bowl and win and Joe Nemeth is their leader. He was like the face of the hippies. He had long hair and he was. It was all the New York nightlife, So I just thought it was like an interesting comparison of like. Two guys who won over New York City as young men became superstars. Both got the ticker tape Parade. Joe Willie name. It's all about the glamour and the glitz Tom Seaver much more down to Earth, you guys, Maybe that's Fresno honestly. Go ahead. Sami represent President, please. Well, no, I mean the egg thing Israel and and you'll hear it in the in the crew Go interview he talks about getting to know Tom as a Fresno kid and a zag. Person, a za grower, and that's that's a huge part of your identity. When you come from that, and for people, Tio Tio go from there to a big city. You feel like a fish out of water so fast, all the noises. I mean, honestly, you show up in all son, their sirens and crickets and frogs, and it's just that's not any city. That's New York. That's the city. That's no. You know what I mean? And you know what I like to say to that everybody recalls Tom Brady. Just Tom. Right, Tom? Terrific all that before Brady. He's the original Tom. Comes the ice original time He's hearing Tom. Terrific Dune 61 shut outs in his career 211 complete games a 2.86 career E R a Those numbers are staggering. 36 3600 and 40 strikeouts like the numbers are staggering. You didn't see those numbers in baseball any more. And the 40 Niners GM John Lynch was on your show today. Murder Max 6 to 10 and weekdays On Came B R 1045 and 6 80, these sports leader. Lynch brought it up, and it's what I think about when I think of Tom Seaver legs. Pitching is about legs, and it's about dropped and drive. You dropped on the mound, and then you drive off the mound towards the plate Fever was a master at the drop and drive, and Lynch even talked about it today because Lynch was a pitcher in Frickin college. So Lynch knows At Stanford University, and Lynch said that they tried to get away from the job and drive for a while and pitch. And because of Seaver's success, like Actually, No, wait a second. You know where we need to continue to use the legs and pitching. I mean, Go back and watch video receiver If you get a chance this weekend and watch just The amazing It's like one of those things where I'm too young to fully fully fully appreciate it. Yeah. Yeah, but the way my dad spoke about it, and the way my uncle's speak about him I just hold him in the highest regard, so I won't ask you like, Remember, I remember seeing this. Like when Boris Becker and Jim Courier McEnroe those guys even Wendell Well. Dory's not mentioning those guys because I remember they used to show pictures of Yvonne Lendl's forearm, which was twice the size of his other forum, like if he was right handed moral issues, So here's my question drop and dropping Dr Pictures like Seaver. When you drop because he was a big dude like he was thick when you dropped that kind of £215 frame on one leg and push all day like I'm not beginning Tio have like a Does your right quad get, like twice the size it because your right leg would be doing all the pushing all the work, right? Right, quite possibly quite possibly. But he also has to land on his left leg first, right? You know that. It's so like athletic when you really think about that, like Having to put 20 for nine innings. That's got to be pretty damn taxing. Physically, there's a drill that I would guarantee or nearly guarantee that Tom Seaver was probably a master at And it's a drill. Where you dear wind up and at the apex of your leg kick. You stop right and you should be able to balance on your drive leg. For me. It's my left leg is on left handed. We have to stop leg in air or you drive and drop. You should be able to stop and hold it. That was a drill we used to do. And I promise you. Seaver was probably a master that drill because it's the pre Position before you dry before you drop down and drive. You do that. Seriously going to kill you when you were pitching? Could you do this stuff and freeze that? Absolutely. And I would every every team I've coached. We would do that drug Why do you think that pitching? Sorry, Shannon, You're next blot one more real quick on on mechanics. Like why do you think that that style's been discontinue know it hasn't been discontinued. I think it's gone through waves were people. You know, people try to think that you know it's a lot more arm..

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"janet taylor" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:11 min | 3 months ago

"janet taylor" Discussed on KOMO

"Their first year of married life in their new book a higher calling Denise Whitaker come on in this at twenty and fifty past the hour on call monitors your como propel insurance money update at least sixty CVS stores around the country are closed temporarily today the drug store chain announced the closures in response to the protests and unrest sets continuing related to last week's death of George Floyd in Minneapolis CBS says the closures are impact stores in twenty one different states primarily in cities that had the biggest protests and looting issues including Los Angeles San Francisco Philadelphia and Washington DC stocks had a wobbly start today but then finished modestly higher the Dow industrials up ninety one points on the session the nasdaq gained sixty two the S. and P. five hundred edged up eleven that's your money now for what it's worth I'm Brian Clark if your feeling anxious about the killing of George Floyd the protests the corona virus and the economy imagine how your kids are feeling psychiatrist Dr Janet Taylor says sit down with your kids now communication is key now is the time to talk up and explain explain talk to your children about the anxiety that we're feeling which they are feeling as well and help teach them how to resolve that how to suit themselves because what we don't want is our children to associate their anxiety with the images that they're seeing on the TV if your children are worried about protests and violence say that the protests are happening because people want justice they want change in their peaceful ways to do that and don't shy away from talking about race we need to celebrate differences and we also need to point to the fact that we can come together and make a difference but it has to be that way black people cannot be the only ones teaching Americans about racism it's a combined effort for what it's worth Brian Clark ABC news the Minnesota medical examiner has revealed the autopsy results and George Floyd's death their classifying it as a homicide Monday Terence Floyd went to the side of his brother's death and spoke to the people of been rallying in his brother George name Alex Perez has the story his knees buckling as he approaches the makeshift memorial then.

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"janet taylor" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

15:13 min | 4 months ago

"janet taylor" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"NPR all right everybody will back in place another place we want to be but it's a place that were all in together the familiar territory all the four walls of my living room on may fifteenth twenty twenty the year from hell and to my left there's only to my lower numer region of the screen is Janet Taylor we're still awesome to Satan's lawyer Paul Waring scenes where do work work resume casting or jock casting Tony's beers get a little bit grayer which I live yes it is great to spread up the chain I like it it is it's going all the way up buddy and you know great down below two weeks is not yeah yeah you know this is the song ever down below but I've been man's gaping you know a lack that right off Tony clean it up I I do but I can go all the way to the bone on that occasion do you ever do that take a weed Wacker to yourself I would like to let's let's get rid of the word wax from from here on out okay cool yeah I've been saying this on here this week that I'm getting into a place now where I'm not doing this anymore like I was doing it last week but I I am DJing at less than I've ever done anything I just made a note I'm not trying to I'm just trying to be honest I'm getting sick of this S. how are you guys doing well first of all Shannon brought of Satan and I want on I I got a nice GS earlier this week that says and it's a picture of like some demonic creature hello friends this is Satan I'm here to remind you that plagues great floods and pandemics are god's department I just do orgies and metal bands you know what in those moments I guess Lucifer has a point yeah I'm sick of it too and you know any of us incorporated these masks into our love making all you have to make loans to have love making I just wanted to say hello is that how you can it was good it was filled with a lot of love making now now it's bone dry down here in San Carlos well yeah and I thought that there would be a whole generation of quarantine babies like coming up here well I can in like January or we'll be right watch yourself kills you could be one okay moving on Paul did you know that there's still sports out there there's some there's there's error again alls I like Blake's now saying that that he needs his money and he needs it now ma'am yeah insensitive and hiring just detached and clueless and and tone deaf I believe is the term perfect perfect I think Blake Snell yeah he did he shown really really bad taste and really blog a lack of any kind of judgment not only is he wants his money he was also saying like he's not going to go up see that's why I don't personally he doesn't want to take the risk of going out there there's a chance you can get the virus may also sound like he does want to be away from his family I I think that I think it's crazy to think sports are going to be played anytime within by July or me yeah I agree yeah so so just for some details that I look this up real quick just so everybody knows Snell agreed to a five year fifty million dollar extension in two thousand nineteen it's twenty seven here in seven million dollars are you supposed to do in twenty twenty the new proposal calls for an eighty two game season which means that he would make a measly three point five four million how you gonna get by on that I you know how many medals I gotta I gotta have this you know how much Hulu crossbody usually without the Virgil's people filing for unemployment and record number you've got people that have lost their entire savings you have people that don't even know where there's monies get next money's gonna come from young people dying and these guys and I need my three point five mill or whatever I mean come on but my question is now I'm totally with you I'm totally with you my question is are the owner is going to be seeing their regular revenue and are they just putting the players I mean obviously in the owners know that they're putting the players in a position to either look bad or take the cuts right you're assuming the games there are games that will be played right now yes yeah I don't I shown in August it again none of us were all speculating in world trying to anticipate what could happen but I just don't think we're going to see sports for a while I just don't you don't think the July things gonna happen no I feel free that's me you know Holly I am I I I share that hope but unfortunately greed is way too strong I think you're saying I think that the owners and the TV contracts and all that I think they're gonna they're gonna do it without chance I really think they're going to push this through and do without fans if they can get the players to agree to some sort of proposal I think they're gonna do it because first of all people will watch if there's baseball on TV people will watch and me included but I will say that I don't want them to play but I think they will because the owners want money the TV stations on money are the networks want money the players want money and having it all goes down to money unfortunately and I don't think they should play I make it could you imagine if a player not just came down with it but actually you know the last US like passed away think about it they don't know the what what what happens within one I mean I don't know I guess they don't think about that kind of stuff over there is willing to take the risk I don't know the risk you're taking if you get people back out there preaching to soon right well both for really is safe but the here's the thing this is what I worry about to you guys and it's just kind of wanna go crazy a little bit how will we ever know what it's really like or it will never be safe again I don't know the only day we can be like a safe today let's all look alike yeah a vaccine yeah and even like the vaccine and testing are the only two things that will ever make people feel safe enough to go back into a stadium or or to really know what's going on and also here's another thing you're going to have to test these players before they come into every stadium I would sing burning or in every locker room doesn't mean that twenty five players you get that task before someone who's in the hospital you know like the priority and having these ball players get those tests before everybody else that's insane great point yeah that's a very good point do you know what I think about too is like you guys said so many things have to happen before you can get people in stadiums again and what's just and and for us the three of us obviously on the polymeric podcast big part of our lives and content on this show is about music yeah and like the the the big bands you don't worry about that you know at the Pearl Jam rolling stones level those guys are gonna be fine what I do worry about your level Janet like bands working bands that are out there how will it ever be like I wonder because just play placing the Fillmore which all men thousand people like yeah when is that going to be deemed safe and therefore like you in the band Shannon going from city to city place to place room to room I mean you can encounter a lot of Patel just say like yeah I worry about that like I worry about working musicians that aren't mega need to play like you know and and to to pay their bills and stuff like how that's going to get the clear you know how you're gonna get clearance would actually tell us what's going on yeah I think it's a lot like everybody else things that you know we've been offered things and different shows and we're having to negotiate what's safe what we feel is safe enough and I'll tell you why I mean you know there's only five of us in the stone foxes and and there's twenty five guys on a baseball team and I can't imagine the idea of social distancing enough to feel safe and even not even a bit you know if people go to the giants locker room necklace is pretty big yeah and still you know there's no room for everybody if you could please use the proper terminology is you know in baseball is referred to as a clubhouse not this call well this is big if we can set our sights on a year from now summer twenty twenty one I think it might be a realistic goal where a vaccine will have been created and the you know the herd immunity will of be gone and we can go back to some sense of and I don't I don't want to say normal see because of the what why we want to go back to normal the normal goddess here right we all that in the statement I've seen I've heard people say a bunch in these times I just think that if we set our sights a year from now and and let let according good nature take its course and then let science intervene what's that what's what he means science with tax with vaccinations and with the ball yes science right can you guys and can't well here's the deal you were saying this town and you are also saying this fall the pressure of people losing their jobs and needing money is gonna bring people back much sooner than they should right now that's the whole problem it to me anyway I feel like people are gonna start being pressured to make decisions that are unsafe pressured by pressured by the fact that they don't have any money right people who are in Jackson who are opening up there like well well damn you in other words and I think you're saying like they'll they'll be feeling the pressure not being pressured by people or a group right right yeah those feel the the economic pressure yeah open up and to start doing things I mean even the owners of these big baseball teams I know that they're not personally feeling it yet even those super rich people have that mindset of like oh man I'm losing out on millions and millions we better do something quick you know I think that the economic pressures gonna make us do unsafe things can I get can I get he'd be there for a second I wish you well yes bill Walton sometimes I'm laying in bed because I don't sleep a lot these days do you need to know I'm sick of I don't so we'll just figure you're pissing me off right now collective dream last night of like whirling fire burning tree so go ahead I believe would you but he can't sleep I wake up and then I think holy we're in a we're in a pandemic this is craziness and then I start to think about all the different things going on I don't think you're just think that maybe the universe is just sand while you guys really after things out you know here you go I'm just gonna sprinkle a little bit endemic around so just to really just to make you all start over right right then you know re balance the economy to get the financial structure back in place to get mother nature to breed to let this guy in the air the ozone layer I mean I don't know I know it's the trying is not there's no truth to it but I do fantasize about that there is some mystical universal thing happening where we needed this and it's unfortunately and horrifically taking people's innocent lives in the area well later on that's a theme that's been touched on not only during this period we're in now but it it's you know we have mistreated the planet the human race I mean obviously we have not been good to this earth we departed waters are polluted the glaciers are melting on and on and on so in other words you just say like the whatever's out there is just saying Hey aren't you guys really like this up here to get this out what as you were talking Tony I decided to bring up the lyrics to one of our favorite songs here because kind of about what you're saying and I'm going to read you some of them the the song is into the void by Black Sabbath one of the greats so this song from nineteen seventy one and basically it's about having to evacuate the earth because it's become so toxic and polluted and disease ridden and how creepy check out some of these lyrics and again this is from nineteen seventy one okay rocket engines burning fuel so fast up into the night sky they blast check this out through the university engines wind could it be the end of man in time back on earth the flame of life burns low everywhere is misery and woe pollution kills the air land and sea man prepares to meet his destiny our let's see let's see hold on me just go okay remains in worry hate and fear with hateful battles raging on rockets flying to the golden sun freedom from the final suicide leave the earth to all it's seen in hate find another world where freedom weights finally they may leave the onus.

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"janet taylor" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

07:34 min | 6 months ago

"janet taylor" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"Here's ABC News correspondent any robot. We turn now to Dr Jen Ashton. So Dr John. We know we're always learning new things from you about this outbreak. So we'll get straight to the questions. These are some good ones here. The first one I have to direct contact supervisors who are out sick and waiting on their test results since. Both of them have had direct face-to-face contact with the staff if they test positive should our entire division going to quarantine. That is such a hard question. Amy Because again we have to look at the impact. That has on the workforce. The short answer is yes but it also depends on the type of contact that people had with these possibly confirmed cases. Generally the numbers that are important are closer than six feet more than ten minutes of time. So if you're in one of those categories and you're you've had that contact with someone who tests positive. Yes the recommendations are self quarantine at home for fourteen days. Meaning you stay away from people you don't go in or out and the next question. This is a big concern for people who have to go to work. I just started a job at the local hospital switchboard. Our office is in the emergency department. I have Severe Asthma. And a little weary. What can I do to protect myself even more so a couple of things number one for this particular question? That's a person who should talk to their healthcare provider and talk about whether or not wearing an N. Ninety five mask because they are in direct patient vicinity would be appropriate but again the idea is wipe down the surfaces. Try to keep at least six feet of distance between you and your co workers. That's the best we can do right now. All right Dr Jen. We've been talking about the blood shortage in our nation right now. The next question. Is it safe to donate blood? I would like to but am hesitant as I want to know how I am protected should I be concerned so no and it is more important than ever to see about the American Red Cross or local blood drives in your area because the donations have taken a dip and that is critically important for all of us. The American Red Cross is taking so many extra precautions with people who are donating blood so I would feel totally safe in doing so and Kudos to that person for thinking of others certainly. We need their help. All right our next question both my mom and I have been in self isolation for fourteen days and neither of us have symptoms of Cova Nineteen. Can I visit her now without the worry of passing along the virus? Probably the answer is yes but here comes the big but it depends on whether both of those people have been absolutely meticulous with their isolation in other words have either of them come into contact with anyone else even going out to get groceries during the last fourteen day period. If the answer is yes you can't say the risk zero and even now I would still try to keep as much distance as possible when you're visiting someone I know. It's so hard. Everyone just wants to be with their family. And sometimes you just have to be better safe than sorry. All right Dr Jen. Thank you so much as always and you can submit your questions to Dr Ashton on her instagram at. Dr. J. Ashton social distancing has become crucial to helping slow down the spread of the corona virus. But for many keeping physical distance has left US questioning how we can be a caregiver helping US navigate how to support our loved ones during this pandemic psychiatrist. Dr Janet Taylor Dr Taylor. Thanks so much for being with us and we know that everyone is feeling isolated especially those who are sick whether it's covert related or not. So how can you be a caregiver in this altered age where you can't physically be next to someone who needs that care so care? Giving and the age of Corona is certainly a challenge but it doesn't change the essence of caregivers and that essence is about caring and comfort and managing the support so use technology to convey. What how you're feeling. Ask if the person you're taking care of what they need also don't be afraid to ask what they need. You don't just assume and then get help if you need it but caring for someone is not certainly going to be ever broken by what. Cova nineteen is doing. Yeah everyone needs that emotional support during these times as well. Is there anything that CARE should avoid doing? During this time what we know caregivers have some of the largest and highest number of stress even pre Cova nineteen so my advice security of your certainly take care of yourselves. Which means practice social distancing washing your hands not being around someone. If you're sick make sure that you go to your own doctor's appointments and certainly use this time to learn to balance dress because caregiving is inherently stressful. Dr Taylor we have just been seeing and hearing these heartbreaking stories about people who are so critically ill there in the hospital and then they can't have any visitors when they're probably at their most physical and emotional vulnerable Moment in their lives. How do you support that person and support their loved? Who have all this fear but can't be there in person to help the patient. Well it is devastating when you hear the stories but you have to trust the process and no evidence by the dedicated people. We have on the front line of as our healthcare providers. They are taking great care of your loved ones while they're in the hospital. But certainly if you have an opportunity maybe consent in pictures at or something plastic that can be wiped down. Perhaps you can take your loved ones favorite songs and ask the nurses or staff to let them listen to it and write cards and ask the staff to read them to them. So certainly your loved ones. Know that you care about them tremendously. Yeah you can get a little creative. In these moments. And worst case scenario there are many people out there who are truly suffering because their loved ones passed away and then they can gather together to mourn their loved ones. So what can we do to help ourselves and others in this very unfortunate situation? Will I acknowledge your pain and grief and give yourself a break in terms of how long that grief can last? I mean we're losing a lot of things not in addition to the physical aspect of someone but jobs relationships. A lot of things are changing but know that when someone passes away one of the best things you can do is establish their significant. And you don't need a funeral to do that. You can light a candle Rita car. Think about that person but do whatever you need to make yourself feel better about the relationship and know that as time goes on not giving yourself a limit on time one day you will feel better. And then just speaking in general terms We're here really pretty much surrounded with nonstop uncertainty and anxiety what can be the takeaway from all of this well. The takeaway is that there is positive psychological growth at happens when we either encounter trauma or survive it and some of those factors are that we have an improved sense of relationships with others. We have more love and kindness. We point to relationships and I think people spending time together most of them are are really reestablishing those bonds with their families we have an openness to what are possibilities are so we get more creative. We recognize that we have inner strength and we are more spiritual and lastly we really pay attention to being mindful and see the beauty and significance of the day to day so for all those those aspects that we can learn if we pay attention and not get so focused on doomed but really look at our own inner purpose and find ways to explore and expand that Dr Janet. Taylor thank you so much. We really appreciate your guidance coming up next here on what you need to.

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"janet taylor" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"janet taylor" Discussed on WRVA

"Just give you the chance to hear from these candidates in person so in Conway I'm delighted that you could be with us this morning good morning John yeah thanks for coming on please did take the invitation to tell the audience about yourself and how you arrived at the decision to run for Commonwealth attorney and Reiko. absolutely thank you so much for having me Johnny and a privilege to be on your show and I'm glad you're here listeners I'm John I have twenty years as a former assistant Commonwealth attorney and specialized in domestic violence excel gun cases I've been assigned to the multi jurisdictional grand juries I have specialized in narcotics side in the attorney general's office as a supervisor in the Medicaid fraud section I had the than class designated as an assistant US attorney. and I have specialized most recently I was when I left the him like a common law attorneys office I was specializing in the violent major crimes they are not office that's my experience on the Commonwealth's attorney side I've also now had eight years of experience as a defense attorney I have been assigned are I was asked to be the defense attorney for that him Michael County drug court so now that I have the eight years of experience I have very valuable experience and I've seen both sides and I think that will make me a better prosecutor when I do go back to the Commonwealth attorneys office. I have seen the reason that I'm stepping up it certainly wasn't something that was in my career plan initially John but the eight years that I've been a defense attorney in him Michael county I had seen chaos in the current Commonwealth attorney's office there is massive turnover the last count that I have here is fifty five people out of an office of originally about seventy people I think that it is now an office of maybe up to seventy five but fifty five people have left that office and Shannon Taylor took office and what do you find that to. a lack of leadership a serious lack of leadership there I mean I would office let me ask you I am I don't know how what the normal rate of turnover would be or you but are you asserting that this is an unusual amount I I don't know the answer to that but yes absolutely John I as I said I had worked as an assistant Commonwealth attorney for twenty years I started out out of law school I went to university of Richmond to law school and I worked in Newport news in the Commonwealth attorney's office there for seven years in Chesapeake for three years and then in him like a county for ten years and day turnover rate is typically very low I would say maybe for people a year so this is an unprecedented number and you know it it adds to the kept current chaos that's going on in the office because of course when new people come in there's the time that you know it takes to train them to get them up to speed and it is a I challenge anyone to find that number that amount of turnover in any Commonwealth attorney's office in Virginia in that period of time is it a policy problem or do you know who she is ms Taylor hiring people who are eager to advance their career and they go somewhere else or what you think is that. absolutely some of these people have left to further their career someone somewhere else. I think the majority of it is just a a work environment that is not a pleasant one I think there is an it's an office of fear and intimidation for an example I had spoken with someone whose child had a case pending in him right go on record it was a drug case this the I IC childhood and adult over eighteen years of age and they didn't have prior convictions said they were offered what's called first offender status and that means that under Virginia law you can continue the case and meet certain conditions that the judge said that jazz I testing remaining drug free performing community service and if you comply with all of the conditions your case can be dismissed under the law well this individual had had some slip ups as you might expect you know the more we've learned about addiction we understand that you can't just stop using in one day but that is it is certainly a battle that that takes awhile and does the person it made great progress however had had slipped out from the assistant Commonwealth attorney in the office said that. they could not do anything for fear of losing their job said this this young man was convicted of a felony. and later it came to the family's attention that Shannon Taylor had said to their attorney that if they had gone directly to her that may be something else could have been done so I think that shows that just the atmosphere in the offices of not being trusted not having the confidence to make sound decisions is leading to injustices. welp with you know that was one of the questions that I ask Janet Taylor when she was on the air as she used the term progressive in.

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"janet taylor" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"janet taylor" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The seventy two year old popstar executive produced the film. He showed up at the premier in heart shaped red tinted glasses at a tux with rocket banned splashed across the back Alison keys. CBS's. It is twelve five at the bay area's news station KCBS no more rain in the forecast. But that doesn't mean we're rid of those clouds. Good morning. I'm Megan gold speak. Here's what's happening. The seventy four year old San Mateo county murder. Defendant has been arraigned on charges dating back to nineteen seventy four KCBS Margie Schaefer reports the suspect has a long history of violence against women seventy four year old John Guitry of Hayward is believed to a strangled to death twenty one year old Janet Taylor in one thousand nine hundred seventy four she was the daughter of Stanford athletic director, Chuck Taylor, and was last seen hitchhiking, San Mateo county sheriff's assistant county sheriff, Gregory, Roth is says a DNA break in Santa Clara county case was critical for San Mateo county. We won't give up and we have now new technology, which also a great tool for us in when and where we can't use it. We definitely try and use it DNA connected to the murder of twenty one year old Leslie Perlov in Santa Clara county in nineteen Seventy-three based on the evidence that we have in our case in Santa Clara has on there's we believe these cases. These murders are sexually motivated, the family issued a statement thanking law enforcement for their efforts and saying it would have been wonderful to see what Taylor would have done. And we're absolutely involved. In forming other agencies about this true was found guilty in Santa Clara county murder in one thousand nine hundred seventy five and was a suspect in a rape, and murder in Germany, when he was eighteen Margie Schaefer, KCBS Hayward police are looking for suspects wanted in an armed home invasion. Robbery and an officer involved shooting. Police say the suspects went into a home on capitol street on Monday and threatened to people inside and stole from them at gunpoint. Police say one of the suspects pointed a gun at the officer says they fled the scene officers opened fire. The suspects got away in a two door. Black Quanta accord, a man has been charged with three counts of murder after he allegedly went on a five hour killing spree last month in Oakland, San Francisco. And in Berkeley, Oakland police say forty three year olds Stefan Jefferson confessed to the killings and witnesses were able to place him at the scene of all three crimes. Police say that after the killings Jefferson went to south Lake Tahoe where he shot and wounded sheriff's deputy in Douglas county and was taken into custody. Jeff. Jefferson remains in custody in Nevada for that shooting, and on average thirty one people year have taken their own lives at the Golden Gate Bridge..

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"janet taylor" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"janet taylor" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm nick. Oh, we have local news on the way. But first President Trump unveils his immigration proposal. Details now with Westwood One. Special report, Trump immigration proposal, the president vows his plan will end the asylum logjam at the southern border. If you have a proper claim you will quickly be admitted. If you don't you will promptly be returned. The key to is merit based proposal is to increase the number of skilled educated and job ready immigrants coming to the nation. You will get more points for being a younger worker. Meaning you will contribute more to our social safety net. You will get more points for having a valuable skill an offer of employment and advanced education or a plan to create jobs, thinking from the white House Rose Garden, Trump says the plan aims to create a fair modern and lawful system of immigration for the United States. I'm Mike moss. In other news today, a Hayward man faces charges for the murder of a Stanford. Graduate in the nineteen seventies and is now a suspect in another cold case, authorities say seventy four year old John a true was arrested for the strangulation murder of twenty one year old Janet Taylor. San Mateo county assistant sheriff, Greg Ross says they believe could true picked up Taylor while hitchhiking from Stanford to her home in LA Honda is true has a long criminal history investigation job control reveal that he had been connected to the Palo Alto area during the time both janitor, and Leslie Pearl murder. We also learn that addition to being a suspect in to cold homicides on the net slip in nineteen sixty four he was on trial for rape resulting in the death of a sixteen year old girl in Germany. This says advances in DNA evidence, point them to the true, who was already in jail for Leslie per lobster murder, San Jose police have arrested a man for allegedly killing his one month old son, forty two year old Kevin covenant faces a murder charge in the death last September of his young son. Owen detective say the boy was a victim of blunt force trauma..

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"janet taylor" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"janet taylor" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"To be rehome back into Dave. Out period boulevard, man, part of the city that is transforming. But you've been doing ministry what twenty five years twenty eight years when eight years twenty eight and nineteen ninety. Yeah. In nineteen hundred. Dome through the rain sunshine is. I'm glad you know from the shade. Could a new. Shady grove. Playing around. Okay. So man, I want you to talk about. Quartet music. You're you're quotas thing you've been singing. So she was a boy, right, right? All around the city all around the southeast all around the country, really talk about it, man. Man. Quoted yet, some of the greatest R&_B singles and. Full who've come out of Cortec gospel singers. You remember? Of the Haley gospel singles number. Yeah. Don't know peanut butter and jelly. I won't my soul. Be free. Little cedric. Listen, he's he's I'm be mogul now. Really? Yeah. Segregated Haley gospel singles he's now Joe Joe. Joe? Casey, joe. Yeah. Okay. Single. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Fantasia? Family circuit in Atlanta's run into her family, Paul to myself, my brother, Paul and Sam Cooke. Holsters Janet Taylor. Look look. Yeah. Man. They got black lager style connections. I mean a little daughter. Marriages do from my hometown. Needs to come through that Lou Rawls, you'll never find. He saw quartet. Really? Yeah. Lou Rawls the list goes on and most a lot of prominent pastors. That's preaching. Now the breaches now. But they started out saying quarter gospel. Oh, yeah. What what what is it? This is special about dial of black music. It's an art. And you know, is it brings brothers and sisters together. And you know, the rehearsals getting together knowing each other, you become soul soul mates, friends, you know, each other and all of that. So. Corta gaza? We've got his own flavor. Is almost pretty much like. Pretty much like the the blues. Yeah. Yeah. The blues groups and a lot of the guys in the blues group of the. Sir. Charles and the list goes on those guys on quartet. They started as a kid. Here in the boys, right, right? Style. I, you know, I keep on threatening at below community joked on grow in blow up on maternity to a blues club. I them. Do it. We we we we are crank it up here. Is there Marvin sees straight quartet guy, the late sees you listen to his boys? And I do is music is dynamic, man. I remember when I was a boy in Memphis. My daddy was a pastor the new hope Baptist church enterprise. Had a great day, man. You knew my daddy has with cool. Don't let us start. I remember dad had we had afternoon used to be after noon program. Be no problem with people coming back to church in the evening, and you could find a gospel program on a Sunday afternoon in his side of town that will programs everywhere and the blazes were full. I remember man the dog on a got a quarter. Gospel thing is have flamboyant. Many of them are flamboyant personalities. Yeah. You got to you got the cool, dude. Like, leave Williams like you lay back and chill. But many other brothers man like a mailman Rodgers. In the late Joel book. Wow. I will do was I remember we were, but he came up and he had like a mouthful ago when this Tom, but we're talking about nine thousand nine hundred sixty six sixty seven. Do you get this mouthful the goal, and you know? You know, my mom and me, and my momma we was sitting on the I wrote and this negro come up by mama may holiness. Sweating slanging handkerchief. I would like, hey. Too much. This is just a real bummer shout. My one really know shout a go back the issue was a dignified. Yeah. Greece. Jen. Hey, this is this is wild. But you was talking about men, and we were talking about. When we come back right now, we come back on Saturday break. We'll take some callers. I promise. We're gonna talk about man W A. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. And it's connection right with. Gospel quartet singing, yes, sir. How does used to be? Oh, yeah. Here. Oh, yeah. Who is the moaning and we've done. Hi man in the studio with me. My.

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"janet taylor" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

14:52 min | 2 years ago

"janet taylor" Discussed on KGO 810

"The migrant caravan coming up from Honduras. We also have Dr Janet Taylor coming at the bottom of the hour psychiatrists medical cannabis educator. We're gonna talk to her about what? Literature research is available about cannabis in psychiatry, but right now guada- friend Brian capable Brian. Welcome. Factor in Larne always end before we get on. What if people find you? Where's your website? WWW dot Klay pool. Lawfirm dot com. It's CLA Y O O lawfirm dot com. It's all one word. Thanks, brian. We're we're I'm confused by what we're supposed to do. With this caravan coming up as I was saying, it's essentially one tenth the size of Napoleon's army that took over Europe. It's a group of a group large enough to cause extreme disruption. There's another wave coming behind it. I don't understand what we're supposed to do. How do we assess? And why is it Mexico doing something? Why aren't they assessing people at the at the consulate where they're supposed to be doing? These assessments determine is appropriate for asylum, and who is genuinely. I just I'm so confused by it. So what do we do here? Well, you make a couple points. The first one day Mexico had to be aware that this caravan was coming. I mean, you can't put that many people on the streets of Mexico or leading up to Mexico and not know about it. So I find it hard to believe that they're they weren't aware of it. A and b why wasn't there any kind of preventative measures put in place. What we're seeing right now is reactive and not proactive big mistake the Mexican officials. Nate was I heard that they've backed up like a mile or to collect the group continue down the road now on one hand avoids confrontation. But you son of you sort of bad precedent that wouldn't keep backing up and backing off. And and and how long is this going to go on to my view on it is a little different. I think that we should be sending in resources such as intervention that's like special MC mediator somebody who can talk. The language of the individuals. Who are who are who are coming in this caravan and try to speak to them in a manner. They can really understand to build a trust level with them. So that they don't think they're going to get if they try to when when they do go through the asylum process. I mean, there are advocates on the ground speak that speak their language that are encouraging them to continue on. I mean, I don't know if there's anyone on the ground speaking to them, letting them know what lies in store for them. Once they get here. I have to imagine. The people working on their behalf. They're coming from the US to go down there and help them are are well aware of what goes on at the border once you cross over illegally, even if you are looking for asylum. They will detain you. And they may separate you from your children. Right, right. What I'm saying, though, is there are these individuals that are affiliated with the Mexican with the Mexican with the country Mexican law enforcement. Okay. So do you have somebody that you're bringing in for example, like when police respond to somebody who's mentally unstable? They bring in like a crisis intervention specialists instead of the police officer talking to the suspect it got somebody specialist icky kind of get on the same level of the person who might be negotiate with negotiate with them problem-solver. Yeah. Right. Bring somebody in Avalon reunion. A crisis intervention team that can talk to them on speaker phones and say, look, we reassure you. You're will be a fair process. Because one I'm hearing is a lot of the migrants are fearful that they're just not going to get a fair shake, and what do you mean by a fair shake because we have changed our definition of what you can apply for asylum. Four, and you can no longer apply for strictly, poverty, or or gang activity in your in your home country. So getting a fair shake. I mean, if you don't necessarily apply for asylum, or excuse me, if you don't have the requirements for asylum, then you won't get asylum. Right. But but but the the irony is is that a lot of these migrants from what I understand is. They don't even say that they're going to to to in. Entering into a fair process to discern to determine whether they do qualify. Why are they coming when you talk about a fair process? Why is it fair to illegally cross a border? I mean, you're already getting off in the bed. Who's supporting their who's feeding them? And how how why are they coming if it's not going to be a fair process? Yeah. No. I I you guys both raise questions that lead to what I think my solution is a good solution. Because the issue there's one word describes this problem. It's trucks. I don't understand why we need to establish trust though, Brian. I mean, we are a sovereign nation has rules over who we allow in our border. Why do kids because these Zander stand Brian? If I took my children over the border to Canada, I would expect to be detained because that's not legally allowed. Why would they expect anything different? You should be detained and and processed for an application for asylum in a fair manner. And I get what you're saying. They don't believe they're gonna get treated in a fair manner. Okay. So what they're doing not, right. I'm not sure telling you that they should just continue allowing forward what I'm saying is instead of sending troops, which is what our president suggesting we need to bring in team of individuals. You can try to talk some sense into them. And maybe you're right. Maybe ninety nine percent of these people don't qualify for asylum. But maybe if they if they were. We're convinced that they're going to get a process that would fairly back whether they qualify. Why don't we get a team of interpreters Mexico? Tell them to go back to their home country and go through the process like you're supposed to. Consulate. They're coming up with a thousands of people in a caravan and demanding to be let into the country illegally that doesn't seem like it's fair. I mean, why should we trust them? Especially be the better question here. Okay. Well, that's a good. That's a great point. But unfortunately, we have to deal with reality. So the reality now is not as perfect world is not what you you just suggested. So now we have to deal with reality. So what do we do some point? I think we're going to have to get resources setup to start getting some of these wind down the border, but why not Mexico? Why aren't they doing it? They should that. Right. To my point. I made a few minutes. Yeah. How is this? How how does this just magically happen with bright humans? Yes. Who's feeding them? How are they? How are they? Right. What's happening? Brian lewis. Go ahead Lewis. I I I went to Costa Rico. Okay. A couple of months ago. And you know, what they wanted to Costa Rica? They made me have a ticket that I was leaving. I have to have a out the ticket. Let me in the country. I mean, I think these people shouldn't be coming up here. If they are not legally be coming here. I in I'm in total agreement with. President trump. I mean, I think it's it's it's disgraceful people coming into this country, you know, without the proper paperwork got me. Like, you said why is it? Mexico's how did they get this far try to get him? Get into Mexico and sonata to visit some friends and the Mexican more than twenty miles. Louis. There was a guy Lewis, and there was a guy with a machine gun. Aiming when you when you cry. Cross a guy with a machine gun. Most twenty bucks. That's right. The machine guns pointed directly at you. We don't do anything like that. And why don't they do that with? I don't understand the president have the power to shut down the border as he's threatened to. Why isn't he just doing? If there's a caravan of seven thousand people who don't belong here headed this way. That's what I would do what he's gonna do this within his purview, isn't it? Well, yeah, I think I think eventually, that's what's that's that's kind of what drew colluded C, which is know. Mexico should have done something to get. Now. I think it becomes a problem of the United States. We're going to have to intervene at some point. It looks like all I'm saying is I don't want this to turn into an ugly nasty and say, well, you know, we're sending down their military reinforcement. Like, we gotta send send down we have to send somebody because it it it does. It is our problem too. Right. It's weird though. I I noticed the way the press reported it when they were crossing the Mexican border as well ahead US GPS like who cares who made the two. So the press is locked and loaded to make a negative story out of this. If our military gets involved I noticed that and it really struck my ear. It's like, you know, that's the Mexican federales that are in in multiple lines of of with machine guns is they always tend to walk around with and and they just stood out. I don't understand quite why. But no. But let's hear Mike you have a comic red, Mike. Dr drew always like listening to your show something that seems like it's being largely left out of this discussion right now is the fact that these people are refugees fleeing violence in their own countries. They're fearing for their lives that violence stems largely from instability created by US politicians in the eighties and nineties in our policies in Central America. And this country's appetite for illegal drugs. There is a process through which people can apply for asylum. Worse, of course, an emergency situation. Yeah. We should not be shutting down border away. Wait, what is that procedure for for getting asylum? You apply for it. You apply for it. Go right into the Mexican consulate right now and apply for it. Right. But you know, I mean, I think there's gotta be emergency procedures put in what is the emergency emergency. What what suddenly happened that made it an emergency? We don't know. What's the problems go back from the eighties? Escalating drug violence in their own drug in Honduras in their own in Honduras in Honduras. All of a sudden, there's a problem Brian. Go ahead. Yeah. I think the point Mike trying to make if I could kind of. Here's I saw. I saw this morning. A woman with two kids whose husband had been murdered murdered by gang. So so isn't that doesn't that constitute an emergency situation? Don't we have we have we change our laws where the that's not a NATs. No longer a requisite for asylum. Unfortunately for her and agree with that. But a lot of people get shot here because of gangs. The Lauren just let me make one last point. I get what you're saying. With what the laws are we have to deal with the reality of the situation that you've got thousands of human beings someone kids? Should they be there? No. Did they follow the rules? No. But are they there? Yes. So what do we do? That's what I'm trying to say. We need to make pressure on on our allies. What is Mexico doing tracked? What is Mexico doing Brian? What are they doing? Well. Yeah. Whether retreating back there. So they're doing what they know. They're not looking for asylum in Mexico. They're not interested in staying in Mexico. Great point. That's a good point. That's a good point. So maybe that leads to the conclusion that we do need to send some type of reinforce I. Yeah. That's what we need to send reinforcement down there. But I think it's for different reasons, they try to talk some sense into these folks be than we do need to make an exception here and try to process these people where they're at. I don't think you can just say if you just say sorry, here's the law, and you should have gone to the council groups, and it's going to be chaos. We're gonna end up getting killed. So I and just saying we're going to process them where they are a moving caravan. We're going to get them all to fill out applications, and we're going to vet them what on their way up here. They're not interested in going through the normal channels. They're not interested. Oh, you've got together for a reason, Brian so. Kids in cages again that's detention, right? Well, you're well, you're going to have to do some what are you gonna do? What's the option, drew? Let them keep walking to wear like they're gonna die. None of them have water and food. I it's a tough situated somebody's feeding somebody's giving been walking for a week. Somebody's been feeding him. So they've I don't understand who or. Wow. And what's Mexico doing to help these people? And what are they doing with the sanitation issues that what are they doing? I I don't know. In the medical issues, and I don't get it. There's something missing some information that we all don't have right missing. This is a humanitarian crisis humanitarian crisis just by virtue of having ten thousand people in a mass without financial support without food and water without sanitation moving across anything, that's a that's a humanitarian crisis. And what the hell's the matter with Mexico that they're not treating it accordingly? I mean, that's what we should be doing. We should put putting pressure on our neighbor to the south to make sure it does not become an American whatever bullets. Let me ask you to this real quick. Wh what if we put pressure on them and ask them to do it? Yeah. He don't. They're obviously not doing it. Do you think should be done? What did you say the American US involvement should be at that point? If any. No, no. That's why I'm overwhelmed and confused. I don't I don't see an easy answer if they are already in Mexico. They should apply for asylum in Mexico. I and if they fail to do that, they should be turned away. Because they will break US law by crossing the border illegally. And that basically told this that you will be detained if what's gonna have we're gonna arrest them, all and they come across. I mean think about how often is it going to be we're gonna arrest them. And we're going to deport them. That's unfortunately, what's going to happen. And they're going to go back to the country that they're fleeing from so or Mexico and asked for asylum. I mean, this doesn't work anywhere else in the country. I don't know why this is so outrageous that so many people I can't walk onto the doorstep of any other country and expect to be crossed over legally and expect to be taken care of it doesn't happen anywhere else. Why do we have to have to have some crazy open door policy? I doesn't make any sense as a sovereign nation. 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"janet taylor" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

13:53 min | 2 years ago

"janet taylor" Discussed on 790 KABC

"KABC. KABC socal weather forecast. Calling for more night morning. Low clouds and fog clearing by about midday level, mostly sunny sky, highs in the seventies and eighties tomorrow as well. As a matter of fact, right now, seventy seven and Fullerton, seventy six in downtown, Los Angeles. I'm rob marincos seven ninety KABC news. True. With lawrence. Yvonne. Doc drummer Dave Lavery numbers eight hundred two two two five two to our friend. Brian clay pool. Just in a moment to talk to us about the human rights issues surrounding the migrant caravan coming up from Honduras. We also have Dr Janet Taylor coming at the bottom of the hour psychiatrists medical cannabis educator. We're going to talk to her about what literature research is available about cannabis Cincinnati. But right now, a friend Brian pool. Brian, welcome. Hey, Sammy background learn always. And before we get on what work people find you. Where's your website? WWW dot Klay pool. Lawfirm dot com. It's CLA WI he oh, Al lawfirm dot com. It's all one word. Thanks, brian. We're we're con I'm confused by what we're supposed to do. With this caravan coming up as I was saying, it's essentially one tenth the size of Napoleon's army that took over Europe. It's a group of a group large enough to cause extreme disruption. There's another wave coming behind it. I don't understand what we're supposed to do. How do we assess? And why is it Mexico doing something? Why aren't they assessing people at the at the consulate where they're supposed to be doing these assessments and determine who is appropriate for asylum, and who is genuinely. I just I'm so confused by it. So what what do we do here? Well, you make a couple points. The first one day Mexico had to be aware that this caravan was coming. I mean, you can't put that many people on the streets of Mexico or leading up to Mexico and not know about it. So I find it hard to believe that they're they weren't aware of it. A and b why wasn't there any current preventative measures put in place? What we're seeing right now is reactive and not proactive, and I think a big mistake the Mexican officials. Nate was they I heard that they backed up like a mile or to collect the group continue down the road now on one hand that avoids confrontation. But you said if you set a bad precedent that keep backing up and back nothing in an how long is this going to go on? So my view on it is a little different. I think that we should be sending in resources such as intervention as special mediator. Somebody who can talk. The language of the individuals. Who are who are who are coming in this caravan and try to speak to them in a manner making really understand to build a trust level with them. So that they don't think they're going to get duped. If they try to go when when they do go through the asylum process, do you? I mean, there are advocates on the ground speak that speak their language that are encouraging them to continue on. I mean, I don't know if there's anyone on the ground speaking to them, letting them know what lies in store for them. Once they get here. I have to imagine. The people working on their behalf. They're coming from the US to go down there and help them are are well aware of what goes on at the border once you cross over illegally, even if you are looking for asylum. They will detain you. And they may separate you from your children. Right, right. What I'm saying, though, is there are these individuals that are affiliated with the Mexican with the Mexican cut with the country Mexican law enforcement. Okay. So do you have somebody that you're bringing in for example, like when police respond to somebody who's mentally unstable? They bring in like a crisis intervention specialists instead of the police officer to the suspect it got some specialistic icky kind of get on the same level of the person might be negotiate with group negotiate with them problems. Yeah. Right. Bring somebody in law enforcement reunion. A crisis intervention team can talk to them on speaker phones and say, look we reassure you will be a fair process. Because one I'm hearing there's a lot of the migrants are fearful that they're just not going to get a fair, shake, what do you mean by a fair shake because we have changed our definition of what you can apply for asylum. Four, and you can no longer apply for strictly, poverty, or or gang activity in your in your home country. So getting a fair shake. I mean, if you don't necessarily apply for asylum, or excuse me, if you don't have the requirements for asylum, then you won't get asylum. Right. But but but the the irony is is that a lot of these migrants from what I understand is. They don't even say that they're going to to to sink entering into a fair process to discern to determine whether they do qualify. Why are they coming when you talk about a fair process? Why is it fair to illegally cross a border? I mean, you're already getting off in the bed. Who's supporting their who's feeding them? And how how why are they coming if it's not gonna be a fair process? Yeah. No. I I, but you guys both raise questions that lead to what I think my solution is a good solution. Because the issue there's one word that describes this problem. It's trust these folks, I don't understand why we need to establish trust though, Brian. I mean, we are a sovereign nation has rules over who we allow in our border. Why do your kids because understand Brian? But if I took my children over the border to Canada, I would expect to be detained because that's not legally allowed. Why would they expect anything different? You should be seen and and processed for an application for asylum and fair manner, and I get what you're saying. They don't believe they're gonna get treated in a fair manner. Okay. So what they're doing is. Not right. I'm not sure telling you that they should just continue bowing floor. What I'm saying is instead of sending military troops. Which is what our president suggests we need to bring in of individuals. You can try to talk some sense into them. And maybe you're right. Maybe ninety nine percent of these people don't qualify for asylum. The maybe if if they if they were convinced that they're going to get a process that would fairly that whether they qualify, why don't we get a team of interpreters vex, tell them to go back to their home country and go through the process like you're supposed to console the consulate there. They're coming up with a thousands of people in a caravan an and demanding to be let into the country illegally that doesn't seem like it's fair. I mean, why should we trust them? That was best would be the better question on here. Okay. Well, that's a good. That's a great point. But unfortunately, we have to deal with reality. So the reality now is not as perfect world is not what you you just suggested. So now we have to deal with reality. So what do we do at some point? I think we're going to have to get resources setup to start the team some of these on the board. But why not Mexico? Why aren't they doing it? They should be right back to my point. I made a few minutes. Yeah. What how is this? How would how does this just magically happen with bright humans? Yes. Who's feeding them? How are they? How are they? Right. What's happening? Let's get some calls Brian. Here's some calls Louis. Go ahead. Yeah. Yeah. I I went to Costa Rico. Okay. A couple of months ago. And you know, what they wanted to Costa Rica? They made me have a ticket that I was leaving. I have to have a out the ticket. The in the country. I mean, so I think these people shouldn't be coming up here. If they are not legally entitled to be coming here. I I'm in total agreement with. President trump. I mean, I think it's it's it's disgraceful people coming into this country, you know, without the proper paperwork. I mean like you said why is it Mexico's how did they get this far? If I try to get into Mexico and sonata the visit some friends and the Mexican more than twenty miles. I have to. Bluffs lewis. And there was a guy Lewis, and there was a guy with a machine gun. Aiming at. When you cross a guy with a machine gun. Paying those twenty bucks. That's right. A machine gun is pointed directly at you. We don't do anything like that. And why don't they do that with? I don't have the power to shut down the border. He's threatened to. Why isn't he just doing it? There's a caravan of seven thousand people who don't belong here headed this way. That's what I would do. Because what he's gonna do this within his purview, isn't it? Right. Well, yeah. I think I think eventually, that's what's that's that's kind of what drew. I think alluded to Mexico. Something they didn't. Now, I think it becomes a problem on the United States. We're going to have to intervene at some point. It looks like all I'm saying is I don't want this to turn into an ugly. Nash and say, well, you know, we're sending down their military reinforcement. We've gotta send send down we have to send somebody because it it it does. It is our problem too. Right. It was weird though. I I noticed the way the press reported it when they were crossing the Mexican border as well ahead US GPS like who cares who made the? So the press is locked and loaded to make a negative story out of this. If our military gets involved I noticed that and it really struck my ear. It's again. No, that's the Mexican federales that are in in multiple lines of of with machine guns as they always tend to walk around with and and they just stood down. I don't understand quite why. But no, but let's hear Mike give a comic red, Mike. Oh, you know. Dr drew always like listening to your show something that seems like it's being largely left out of this discussion right now is the fact that these people are refugees fleeing violence in their own countries. They're fearing for their lives that violence stems largely from instability created by US politicians in the eighties nineties at our policies in Central America. And this country's appetite for illegal drugs. There is a process through which people cared apply for asylum. Of course, it an emergency situation. Yeah. We should be shutting down border. Wait. What is that procedure for for getting asylum? You apply for it. You apply for to go right into the Mexican concert right now and apply for it. Right. But you know, I mean, I think there's got to be emergency procedures put in what is the emergency. Wait, what's the emergency? What what what suddenly happened that made it an emergency? We don't know. What's? Problems. Go back from the eighties. Escalating drug violence in their own drug in high yours in their own in Honduras. In honduras. All of a sudden, there's a problem Brian. Go ahead. Yeah. I think the point Mike trying to make if I could kinda with Mike you had his I saw I saw this morning. A woman with two kids. Yeah. Whose husband had been murdered murdered by a gang? So so isn't that what makes doesn't that constitute an emergency situation. Don't we have we have we change our laws where the that's not? That's no longer a requisite for asylum. Unfortunately, we agree with that. But a lot of people get shot here because of gangs. Yeah. But the Lauren just let me make one last point. I get what you're saying. With what the laws are that? We have to deal with the reality of the situation that you've got thousands of human beings somewhat kids. Should they be there? No. Did they follow the rules? No. But are there? Yes. So what do we do? That's what I'm trying to say. Maybe we need to make sure on on our allies. What what is Mexico doing correct? What is Mexico doing Brian? What are they doing? Well. Yeah. Well, they're retreating back there. So they're doing what they know. They're not looking for asylum in Mexico. They're not interested in staying in Mexico after the break, we that's a good point. That's a good point. So maybe that leads to the conclusion that we do need to send some type of reinforce I. Yeah. That's what we need to send reinforcement down there. But I think it's for different reasons, they try to talk some sense into these fault be than we do need to make an exception here and try to process these people where they're at. I don't think you can just say if you just say sorry, here's the law, and you should have gone to the groups, and it's going to be chaos if you're gonna end up getting killed so. I am just saying we're going to process them where they are a a moving caravan. We're gonna get them all to fill out applications, and we're going to vet them what on their way up here. They're not interested in going through the normal channels. They're not interested. Oh, you've got together for a reason. Brian, so Dayton, we're gonna have kids in cages again that's detention, right? Well, you're well, you're going to have to do something. What are you going to do? What's the option drew let them keep walking to wear like, and they're gonna die? None of them have water and food. It's a tough situation. Somebody's feeding somebody's giving been watching for weeks. Somebody's been feeding him. So they've I don't understand who.

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"janet taylor" Discussed on WNVZ Z104

WNVZ Z104

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"janet taylor" Discussed on WNVZ Z104

"Good doctor season finale tonight the terror on amc is a new show of you need a scary show to watch that might be your show and then new tonight at nine o'clock vh1 deanna and iman this is janet taylor married a basketball star iman shumpert and you might don't both of them neither of them but might be an interesting show to watch there you go all right coming up after he owns z beyonce jay z tickets all the details but i morning sue presents celebrity dirt morris got married on saturday and her husband ryan heard in nashville i heard dress a lot of people were talking about it was deputy that boho field the theme of her wedding dress for short but it had this train in the back of it and it was like flow we definitely not your traditional address that you would wear she is short i didn't like it it's different you could take scoop the seven five seven one four had check it out if you're really bored can you do me a favor if there's your your girl obviously i'm curious if you think this is a good dresser bad as i thought back right away but i'm curious if you if you see it you know i like it or whatever i mean my wedding dress was short so i mean and i'm sure i'm just as dollars her sure but all the pictures are really cute and like i said if you want to check out pictures and videos and whatnot you can see it on the eib log so cardi b wants to know where all that tax money she gives to the federal government goes she doesn't she doesn't see it making a difference at least in her hometown of new york and she posted this instagram video filled with profanity asking what they're doing with the forty percent of the money that they take for you know the government is taking forty percent of my taxes and uncle sam i want to know what to do with my tax money because you know what i'm saying like well you don't need to a kid from a foreign country they give you updates of what they want the nation i want to know what to do with my tax money because i'm from new york and the streets is always dirty was voted the.

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"janet taylor" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"janet taylor" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"In no just two she's this no i would dg on cbs hundreds of their eight 3525 away from died in his thirty we're going to reach a high today of just about that is actually going to drop later this afternoon clear tonight about fifty tomorrow's sunny and funny nodded sunday rain and 43 perceptible sunday throughout about traveling to the failure of lands to watch the begin what are we going to be do thirty outside right now here at cbs event birthday for today christie brinkley have one is sixty four can you believe that yes loose terrific star trek's data brett spiders sixty nine back to gemma archer to i got to change your name this general janet taylor with sound great has rearing intent nudge nudge member of of quantum of solid she's 33 today singersongwriter crosby stills nash graham nash is seventy six while and look at this secure is forty one baht hold the press is ladies and gentlemen brooklyn zone joe causi is widely admired day happy birthday brooklyn zone joke causi from cbs as such a big day for actually be he's off to the state of the day offers birthday ninety nine that's right exactly h thirty say i heard there were eliminate the tolls on the bridge for joe o right remember you heard in here with ross to we are on the list that do the traffic real quick before we take a bigger all year portugal dr pierce is that a lot kids an appointment today the reaganism service center for first glance services at affordable prices on the band wig down ben lyndon boulevard there is a crash this traffic report is.

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"janet taylor" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"janet taylor" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"With gino glass break all those critics he chalked we must deliver she grad drago lay in the bed the news with gene the news with gene at grassroots a story with a lassiter what are you heard about last i was just doing this thing with pixar 'cause all oriented center the the the release says the release that he put out is this letter apologizing for missteps and stuff like that and a lot ahead of it lot of the articles are kind of using that same terminology but the one that i found says that there was a an a pattern of grabbing women making suggestive comments and just talking about inappropriate topics you know in the two trains after is russia a lot of gary hall on them area a brian's learned i okay all right let me get well i'm actually very curious about all of your opinions on this the girl scouts issued a warning to parents this holiday season asking them to think twice before forcing their daughters to hug relatives a gatherings this is what the statement says think of this way down your child that she owes some one a hug either just because she hasn't seen them in a while or because they gave her a gift can set the stage for questioning whether she owes another person any other type of physical affection when they bought her dinner done something else that's nice for her later in life the most is did it up for weeks up those hold on the posting courage as parents to offer their daughters ways to show gratitude like smile highfive whatever uh meanwhile dr janet taylor she's psychiatrist based in new york she said parents should be careful not to create quote a mass hysteria about physical contact with loved women how 'bout this shut the fuck off or got him.

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"janet taylor" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"janet taylor" Discussed on KKAT

"To observe your janet taylor which you exposed to them without their permission you know that sort of stuff meanwhile all these liberals equal pay for women equal pay for women mother assaulting them because you see it's good enough as long as you support the leftwing socialist agenda the feminist agenda well you'll meet you'll become the lion of the senate or one of the greatest presidents in american history her something of that sort now ladies and gentlemen there is a congressman in south carolina by the name of james clyburn he is the longestserving i believe congressman from south carolina right now he may be the number three on the on the house democrats side and he should resign he should resign tonight not because of sexual harassment but because he's a racist and i'm going to get into that when we return come on ovechkin eight sixty kk ag talk radio with the poles join the savage nation the ac and it was never elected that just a group of thugs left wing dogs they have no sent show power mother the power of the courts which they created by putting your own people inside the courts if you want to get started on banning i would closed down the aclu i would seize their assets and i would investigate their funding michael savage weekdays one to four eight sixty kkat radio with a poles six new kk 18 right now traffic there's been a crash southbound fifteen at eight thousand south traffic is backed up.

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"janet taylor" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"janet taylor" Discussed on KGO 810

"New york city evening dot janet taylor's she's the one who was quoted in this particular abc news article said that parents should be careful not to create a mass hysteria about physical contact with loved ones she said obvious that is his parents we got to use some common sense and also realize it's never too early to start our conversation about good touch and bad touch but don't overstep our boundaries or kitzer suddenly afraid of who they shouldn't be afraid of the awareness of unwanted contact that we have right now she said is needed but i just caution parents about limiting family attachment and that kind of loving the space that a lotta time only happens during thanksgiving holidays like this the posed by the way is titled reminder she doesn't know anyone a ugh when commentator said serious lanes with our teach that gives the show affection to a family in that's child abuse well i think that's lower statement but what do you think of it in other words the girl scouts their warning at in general the climate that were in sexual misconduct every time you turn on the radio or watch tv or read a man who are open a paper 80 ate away ten your thoughts welcome rana winds hey jia zhijie dan frazzled from you'll do not westbound 80 traveling slow between uh cutting boulevard in central looks like there's some sort of activity on central avenue off of eighty that's back and things up onto the freeway and a slew of the game between golden gate field and how will westbound 24 crash before central lafayette left lane blocked us why.

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"janet taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"janet taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The listeners and members of key qe ed morning edition continues said 546 it's morning edition from npr news i'm david greene and i am rachel martin there's a potential crisis building at florida's lake okeechobee the massive lake is surrounded by an earth and dyke but that barrier that's holding all the water back has been deteriorating for years experts have said it is a disease astor waiting for high water to happen and as peter hayden of member station w l r tells us now the water is high rain from hurricane armagh and other storms has caused the water in lake okeechobee could jumped three feet now the waters above seventeen an alarming level not seen in more than a decade and in the glades community people living around the southern half of the lake there's concern the die could collapse this fearful janet taylor lives inclusive they decade breach what is going to happen to us we are in constant danger if this what i keep rising lake alcatel the one day before the arrival of hurricane erma last month florida governor rick scott ordered an emergency evacuation of the entire glades region over fears of leading from the lake it was an unprecedented step half on didn't have the finds the evacuate and you know funded disc get out why not go to be in the awake next month a you've got the lead it was devastating to the communities the dyke surrounding lake okeechobee is one hundred in forty three miles long decades of erosion have weakened in and for the past ten years the us army corps of engineers has been working to reinforce the day but the project is scheduled to be done until twenty twenty five so for now the chorus doing daily inspections looking for.

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"janet taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"janet taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Listeners like you who donate to this npr station it's morning edition from npr news i'm david greene and i i'm rachel martin there's a potential crisis building at florida's lake okeechobee the massive lake is surrounded by an earth than dyke but that barrier that's holding all the water back has been deteriorating for years experts have said it is a disaster waiting for high water to happen and as peter hayden of member station w l r tells us now the water is high rain from harking armagh and other storms has caused the water in lake okeechobee jumped three feet now the waters of of 17 and alarming level not seen in more than a decade and in the glades community people living around the southern half of the lake there's concern the dyke could collapse this fearful janet taylor lives including that if they've breach what is going to happen to us we are in constant danger yet this what wanna keep rising lake alcatel the one day before the arrival of hurricane erma last month florida governor rick scott ordered an emergency evacuation of the entire glades region over fears of flooding from the lake it was an unprecedented step half of them didn't have the final evacuate and you know flooded just get at one night go to be in the awake next month a you've got the league it was devastating to the communities the dyke surrounding lake okeechobee is one hundred in forty three miles law decades of erosion have weakened it and for the past ten years the us army corps of engineers has been working to reinforce the day but the project is scheduled to be done until twenty twenty five so for now the chorus doing daily inspections looking for.

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