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Fresh update on "jeffrey" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:04 min | 39 min ago

Fresh update on "jeffrey" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"The new omicron strain including a higher dose of the vaccine the new variants causing global concerns as it spreads outside of South Africa experts say it could be highly contagious The trial of British socialite had accused sex trafficker Chilean Maxwell begins Monday Maxwell's accused of acting as an accomplice to disgraced finance here Jeffrey Epstein Here's Brian shook All of Epstein and Maxwell's alleged victims are expected to take the stand Epstein reportedly took his own life inside his jail cell two years ago before his trial on sex crimes could begin Maxwell's family has filed a complaint with the UN alleging inhumane conditions in her jail cell I'm Bryan shook The Supreme Court will hear arguments Monday at a case seen by many as one of the clearest attacks ever against roe V wade The case stemming from the state of Mississippi's 15 week abortion ban which pro choice activists called blatantly unconstitutional The 2018 gestational age act in Mississippi prohibits abortions after 15 weeks with the exception of rape and incest Veteran actor Luke could tell who's been seen on TV for over 6 decades has passed away Has appeared on Grey's Anatomy but also several shows in the 60s and 70s including the Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore shows and he played the proctologist doctor Howard cooperman the ass man on Seinfeld He had to use corkscrew pasta.

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Prince Andrew accusations excluded from Ghislaine Maxwell-Epstein trial

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 d ago

Prince Andrew accusations excluded from Ghislaine Maxwell-Epstein trial

"Prince Andrew accusations ought to be left out of the X. Steve Maxwell case the prosecution of delaying Max will doesn't involve the salacious allegations that the British socialite offered up one of Jeffrey Epstein's accuses to England's prince Andrew for six instead prosecutors are focusing on allegations by four women who say apps teens longtime companion recruited them as teenagers to be abused by the late financier with opening statements in Maxwell's trial expected next week the British press has been rife with speculation that Andrew will be a key figure the

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Fresh update on "jeffrey" discussed on Bloomberg Law

Bloomberg Law

00:38 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jeffrey" discussed on Bloomberg Law

"President Biden is urging Americans to get vaccinated against the new oma cron coronavirus variant Biden said Friday that he was briefed on the situation by doctor Anthony Fauci and members of his COVID response team In a statement he urged those who haven't gotten vaccinated yet to do so right away individuals 5 and older are able to get the shots Biden is also urging those who are fully vaccinated to get their COVID booster shot The UK is stepping up COVID-19 testing after two cases of the omicron coronavirus turned up in England The British health secretary said today both cases are linked to travelers from South Africa Prime minister Boris Johnson called it a reminder to get vaccinated and wear masks and crowds So we need to take targeted and proportionate measures now as a precaution while we find out more Britain has already suspended flights from several countries in Southern Africa and travelers arriving in the UK will need to self isolate for two days until they can show a negative PCR test Trading resumes Monday on Wall Street where jittery investors concerned about a new strain of COVID-19 sent the markets tumbling in a shortened trading session Friday Brad Siegel reports The Dow Jones Industrial Average long gets worse day of the year as COVID variant fear sent stocks plunging The news rattled markets and sent the major averages down more than 2% In post holiday shortened trading the Dow fell 905 the S&P 500 lost 106 the NASDAQ dropped 353 points travel related stocks were the hardest hit with the major airlines down about 10% or more Losses in Boeing and American Express led the Dow's drop Bond prices also rose the index known as Wall Street's fear gauge hit its highest level in two months I'm Brad Siegel 9 victims of the hawkish opera attacker are still recovering in the hospital Four of those still in the hospital are in serious condition 6 people have died in more than 60 others were injured when the driver of a vehicle plowed his way through participants in a Christmas themed parade a week ago today I'm Julie Ryan Congress is facing a government funding deadline when it returns to work next week Matt mattson reports The government runs out of money on December 3rd another short term funding extension could happen as Democrats try to get something passed using their small majorities in the House and Senate Congress is looking at other deadlines which include raising the nation's debt ceiling Treasury secretary Janet Yellen said last week she believes the debt limit will be reached on December 15th I'm Matt mattson The trial of British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell begins on Monday as she stands accused of being Jeffrey Epstein's madam Here's Brian shook All of Epstein and Maxwell's alleged victims are expected to take the stand Epstein reportedly took his own life inside his jail cell two years ago before his trial on sex crimes could begin Maxwell's family has filed a complaint with the UN alleging inhumane conditions in her jail cell I'm Bryan shook Confederate flags are banned this year from an annual tradition in one Virginia county Jim Forbes has more Officials in Hanover county just outside of Richmond say the flags won't be allowed at the mechanics Bill Christmas parade on December 5th The local rotary club which sponsors the event recently announced the decision local NAACP leaders applaud the move while at least one group opposes it sang it looks like the rotary has been taken over by liberals I'm Jim Forbes Americans spent less money than expected at U.S. shopping centers on Black Friday The Adobe digital economy index has consumers spend about $6.6 billion up until 9 p.m. eastern which is about $2 billion less than expected but it's still better than last year Mastercard says Black Friday retail sales were up nearly 30% over last year by three p.m. Many shoppers opted to buy online and pick up their holiday merchandise curbside I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Governor Kathy hoku on Friday issued a state of emergency in New York in order to boost hospital capacity and address staffing shortages ahead of potential spikes in COVID-19 cases over the coming winter months by way of executive order hoke empowered the Department of Health to limit non-essential non urgent procedures for in hospitals or systems with limited capacity to protect access to critical healthcare services According to hoku the order will also allow the state to move rapidly to acquire critical supplies to combat the pandemic The order defines limited capacity as being below 10% Staffed bed capacity Doctor Anthony Fauci president Joe Biden's chief medical adviser said COVID 19s Omar Khan variant may well have already arrived in the U.S. he told NBC's weekend today on Saturday that I would not be surprised if it is.

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 Jeffrey Epstein faces trial by proxy: Ghislaine Maxwell

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Jeffrey Epstein faces trial by proxy: Ghislaine Maxwell

"Jury selection starts Tuesday in the trial of Jeffrey Epstein's former girlfriend Elaine Maxwell in Manhattan federal court opening statements are set for November twenty ninth in the highly anticipated trial Maxwell pleaded not guilty to charges she groomed underage victims to have unwanted sex with ABS dean he never went to trial but died by suicide behind bars after his arrest on multiple sex trafficking charges in twenty nineteen some of his accusers are expected to take the stand prosecutors say their evidence Maxwell knew that the victims including a fourteen year old were below the age of consent reports about Maxwell's address book have sparked speculation

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Fresh update on "jeffrey" discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

00:32 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jeffrey" discussed on Bloomberg Best

"In their communities Government figures show there are more than 32 million small businesses across the U.S. and more than half of all American workers either own a small business or are employed by one Three men are dead and four others wounded after a shooting at an Asheville apartment Police say the gunfire happened shortly before ten o'clock last night The Nashville police department recovered two guns at the scene and say there was no sign of forced entry no arrests have been reported in an investigation is underway Brian Adams is testing positive for COVID-19 The Canadian rockstar posted on Instagram Thursday that he just arrived in Milan Italy and tested positive for the second time in a month the post included a photo of Adams wearing a mask in the back of an ambulance It's unclear if Adams caught the virus again or if he still testing positive from the last infection I'm Julie Ryan The trial of British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell begins on Monday as she stands accused of being Jeffrey Epstein's madam Brian shook reports All of Epstein and Maxwell's alleged victims are expected to take the stand Epstein reportedly took his own life inside his jail cell two years ago before his trial on sex crimes could begin Maxwell's family has filed a complaint with the UN alleging inhumane conditions in her jail cell I'm Brian shook Americans are already getting a jump on their Christmas shopping Matt mattson has the details While gobbling down their Thanksgiving meal on Thursday Adobe analytics says consumers spent $5.1 billion while shopping online That's below the top line expectation of 5.4 billion As for the entire holiday season Adobe is looking for Americans to spend $207 billion while doing their online shopping That would be a new record high and at 10% jump from a year ago I'm at Matson This Black Friday in San Francisco's Union Square looked different with a higher presence of San Francisco police officers The high profile appearance comes after a rash of smash and grab retail robberies among the greeters were uniform city police officers Some drove around on motorcycles and patrol cars and others walked on foot SFPD chief Bill Scott was out there as well and says for the remainder of the holiday season it's critical to keep up the high police presence Officials at Yosemite National Park are warning visitors not to feed wildlife after a girl was attacked by a deer Rangers say the victim is in the hospital following Wednesday's encounter They say the girl walked up to a buck that was being fed by other park visitors and her appearance apparently spooked the animal who charged at her Witnesses say the girl's chest and arm had deep lacerations from the deer's antlers Rangers are reminding tourists that it's illegal to feed or approach wildlife in Yosemite National Park I'm Julie Ryan.

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Jeffrey Toobin Makes Nonsensical Comparison About Kyle Rittenhouse

Mark Levin

01:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Jeffrey Toobin Makes Nonsensical Comparison About Kyle Rittenhouse

"We have the we have Jeffrey toobin on CNN today on the rittenhouse case Anybody want to hear what he has to say I do And apparently sang it with his pants on this time Cut 16 go There's no license He has no training He thinks he's gonna scrub graffiti off with his AR-15 What an idiot One event had nothing to do with the other He didn't think he was going to spread graffiti with his AR-15 You're such a clown You're not even a good legal analyst You're a bad legal analyst Go ahead Pity of this It's like what could possibly go wrong Well a lot went wrong The good news for Kyle rittenhouse is that he's not on trial for being an idiot I why don't you shut the hell up you loser You pantsless buffoon You pervert That's right You

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Terry Bradshaw Knocks Aaron Rodgers: 'You Lied to Everyone'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Terry Bradshaw Knocks Aaron Rodgers: 'You Lied to Everyone'

"Terry Bradshaw is a colorful figure I've seen promos of him with his big belly sticking out in his bathrobe, padding around his house, apparently he's got some reality TV show with his family. He's, you know, he's Terry Bradshaw he's a character, right? Big NFL star and longtime veteran studio analyst, okay, it's Terry Bradshaw. Lovable Terry, right? We'll lovable Terry shouldn't get to lie. Why does Terry Bradshaw get to get away with a an absolute complete provable debunked lie? You know the story by now, Aaron Rodgers is now dirt. Aaron Rodgers is Mengele meets John Wayne Gacy meets Jeffrey Dahmer. John Aaron Rodgers needs to be imprisoned. He needs to be forget losing his job. They gotta lock him up. Because evidently he made choices about his own personal health that the mob doesn't agree with. Now that's literally what has happened. He evidently made choices about his personal health that the mob doesn't like. As a result, the mob is coming after Aaron Rodgers. Lead by Terry Bradshaw, who's apparently at the front of the pack with a pitchfork in one hand and a torch in the other. I give Aaron Rodgers some advice. It would have been nice if he had just come to the naval academy and learn how to be honest. Yeah. Learn not to live because that's what you did, and you lied to everyone. I understand immunized, but you were doing was taking stuff that would keep you from getting COVID-19. You got COVID-19. Ivermectin is the cattle de warmer. Sorry, folks. That's what it is. We are a divided nation politically. We're divided nation on the COVID-19 whether or not to take the vaccine and unfortunately we've got players that pretty much think only about themselves and I'm extremely disappointed and the actions of Aaron Rodgers. Oh, you tell them doctor Bradshaw. You tell

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Former Justice Dept. lawyer cuts Jan. 6 deposition short

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Former Justice Dept. lawyer cuts Jan. 6 deposition short

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former justice department lawyer cut short a January sixth deposition a leading figure in the trump era justice department cut short a deposition Friday by house committee investigating the January sixth capital insurrection former assistant Attorney General Jeffrey Clark ended the deposition after around ninety minutes Clark presented the committee with a letter saying he would not answer questions based on former president Donald trump's assertions of executive privilege trump has sued the committee and the National Archives seeking to block the government from releasing a trunk of internal White House documents including hand written staff notes from before and during the insurrection Mike Rossio Washington

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Several Ethiopian armed opposition groups to form alliance

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Several Ethiopian armed opposition groups to form alliance

"Ethiopia's Tigray forces adjoining all the armed groups to form an alliance against prime minister admits after a year of war that has killed thousands of people the new union include Citigroup forces as well as the aroma Liberation Army and seven all the groups from around the country the alliance now known as the United front of Ethiopian federalist forces was signed into being in Washington organizers say the group will be both political and military with the aim of deposing prime minister Abiye admits to seek a political transition after a year of devastating war US special envoy Jeffrey Feltman this meeting with officials in the European capital amid calls for an immediate ceasefire and talks I'm Karen Thomas

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"jeffrey" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:57 min | Last month

"jeffrey" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"I mean, think about that fire nation. Think about people on your team who are spending so much of their time doing this work, this potential repetitive, this potential questionably useful. But they're literally they're drowning in data. People may aren't even looking at the data. And it's just stuff that doesn't have to be done by these individuals. These four individuals that Jeffrey shares that are just spending all their time doing these people you're paying salaries, benefits, all these different things, when you could be utilizing these individuals for actual profit producing activities. This can make and break a business that makes and breaks businesses every single day. Literally. So Jeffrey with everything we talked about. What is the one key takeaway you really want to make sure our listeners get from everything that we talked about with tracer today with the problems you're solving with the partners and the clients and the decisions that we're making, what is the one key take where you want to make sure we really walk away with? How can we connect with you in your company? Any call to action you may have for our listeners and then we'll say goodbye. I would.

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Trump Justice Department official subpoenaed by January 6 committee

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Trump Justice Department official subpoenaed by January 6 committee

"A former justice department lawyer is among those subpoenaed by the house committee investigating the January capital right Jeffrey Clark was an assistant Attorney General during the trump administration Attorney General William Barr it said the justice department found no evidence of widespread fraud that could overturn the results of the twenty twenty election but Clark lent a sympathetic ear to Donald trump's baseless claims the election results were fraudulent he clashed with superiors during the final weeks of the administration including during a dramatic White House meeting meanwhile some officials involved in organizing and running the rally that preceded the pilot storming of the capital are handing over documents in response to subpoenas at Donahue

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 UK police won't act against Prince Andrew over abuse claim

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

UK police won't act against Prince Andrew over abuse claim

"British police have announced they will not take any action against prince Andrew off to a review prompted by a Jeffrey Epstein accuser who claims that he sexually assaulted her Virginia do Frey claims she was trafficked by EPS teen to have sex with Andrew in London in twenty oh one when she was age seventeen and a minor on the US know all she's suing the prince in a US court Andrew the second son of Queen Elizabeth the second denies the allegations it all goes London's Metropolitan Police force the gun review of allegations connected to apps team with police chief Cressida Dick saying that no one is above the law but

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Who is Dr. Jeff Barke?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 2 months ago

Who is Dr. Jeff Barke?

"Talk about the truth. Let's talk about science with one of the few doctors who's out there telling the truth about what we need to know about. Covert therapeutics boston. Vaccines welcome to america. First one on one. It's dr jeffrey balki. Board thirty five primary care physician. Welcome dr to one on one so great to be with you. Thanks so much for having me on. Well we had you on the radio show a week ago. It was super. It was too short. So we've already invited you back for a one on one discussion for those who missed the interview on the radio show and who haven't heard of you before. Just by way of introduction. Who are you what do you do. And what is our ex liberty our expert liberty is my website sev- where people can go and learn more about me. I've got a newsletter that i put out every couple of weeks naked subscribed it out by the way i recently started. A podcast. informed dissent the intersection of healthcare in politics and that can be found at in armed descent media dot com. I'm a primary care physician board-certified. I've been in private practice for over twenty five years i've served as an assistant professor at uc irvine. I've also served as a board member at the orange county medical association and in my spare time. I work as a tactical physician role local law enforcement agency emily last year. I started a charter school. A hillsdale affiliated republic charter school in the city of orange here in southern california but my day job is treating patients that i've treated literally hundreds and hundreds of cova patients successfully by instituting early treatment with many of our repurpose medications. That were really well. You can get visions early

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Making the Most Out of Every Opportunity - burst 1

Casting Actors Cast

01:10 min | 2 months ago

Making the Most Out of Every Opportunity - burst 1

"All righty. it's that time of year. You know fall is coming in. We're starting to get that fall feeling. I love the fall. I hope you do too. But you know what i think. The fall is kind of like an opportunity for a renewal. It's an opportunity for taking a look at ourselves as performers as artists in a new way. And so i'm going to title this podcast making the most out of every opportunity especially now especially because we have a new season upon us. What season are you. We're going to answer that question on today's episode of casting actress cast is casting actors. Cast each episode. Takes you behind the scenes and answers your questions about the business of show. Please don't forget to subscribe in light wherever you get your podcast. Now here's the host of casting actors. Cast jeffrey dress back.

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North Korea Expands Uranium Enrichment Plant

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

North Korea Expands Uranium Enrichment Plant

"Photos show North Korea is expanding a uranium enrichment plant recent satellite images show the north is building up a uranium enrichment plant at its main Yongbyon nuclear complex analyst Jeffrey Lewis and two of experts at Middlebury institute of International Studies in Monterey CA in a report the expansion probably indicates that the north plans to increase its production of weapons grade uranium at the site by as much as twenty five percent the assessment comes off to the north recently raised tensions by performing its first missile tests in six months I made it long dormant nuclear disarmament diplomacy with the U. S. I'm Charles the last month

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Lawyer for Prince Andrew vows he'll fight 'baseless' lawsuit

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Lawyer for Prince Andrew vows he'll fight 'baseless' lawsuit

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting prince Andrew intends to respond to a new lawsuit and attorney for Britain's prince Andrew says Andrew was not properly served a copy of a new lawsuit filed by a woman who says she was coerced into having sex with the royal when she was seventeen attorney Andrew Brettler told a judge in New York Monday the claim by Virginia's you free is baseless nonviable and potentially unlawful you free alleges she was one of many girls and young women sexually abused by convicted sex offender and billionaire Jeffrey Epstein in her lawsuit and in interviews you free says she traveled to London with abstain in two thousand one and had sex with Andrew before two more sexual encounters with the prince in New York and the U. S. Virgin Islands Andrew has denied the allegations hi Mike Rossio

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"jeffrey" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

03:44 min | 2 months ago

"jeffrey" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Out of justice thus far i think they do. I think that they They're still very angry and are skeptical. That prosecutors are going to continue this investigation beyond a jeffrey obscene and galen maxwell they believe that there were a lot of other people that were involved in particularly men who were engaging in sex with minors and they believe that authorities should go after everyone who helped epstein. And you know. I think that there there is some concern that authorities are going to charge. You know possibly convict galen maxwell and then not go any further with the case so There are some victims out there that are pressuring prosecutors to continue their investigation.

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Holocaust Survivor, Scholar Awarded $815,000 Balzan Prize

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Holocaust Survivor, Scholar Awarded $815,000 Balzan Prize

"An Israeli French American Holocaust survivor and historian and a U. S. scientist specializing in got bacteria are among the recipients of this year's battles and crises recognizing scholarly and scientific achievements Seoul Friedlander was awarded the prize for Holocaust and genocide studies the Pulitzer Prize winner and macarthur fellow eighty eight year old Friedlander has taught widely in the U. S. took Telavi view diversity he was recognized for examining the persecution of all Jews in Europe then beyond the country focus studies that had preceded him I'm for making postal documents acceptable in scholarly practice while Jeffrey Goldman from Washington university in St Louis who's to wilted about St for founding the field of human microbiome research I'm Charles to this month

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First Trial in U.S. College Admission Scandal to Begin in Boston Court

NPR News Now

01:05 min | 2 months ago

First Trial in U.S. College Admission Scandal to Begin in Boston Court

"Morning in boston opening arguments in the college. Admission scandal trial from member station. Gbh in boston kirk care. Pezzo reports that dozens of parents including celebrities have been charged with corruption and pleaded guilty in the case but until now no one has been tried to dad's former casino executive gamal abdelaziz and private equity adviser. John wilson are still fighting the charges in court. The defense will argue that these two dads thought they were playing. Within the rules of a shadow system perpetuated by colleges in which rich people donate to schools to help their kids get in and that is a strong defense from two thousand feet federal prosecutor. Jeffrey cohen says this marks the first time this system of greasing the wheels for elite has been put to the test. We're really going to have a jury of regular people who probably try to get their kids into college. At some point deciding what went on here the prosecution will depend on wiretapped conversations

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"jeffrey" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

04:17 min | 2 months ago

"jeffrey" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"What's the challenge. You have for everyone listening today. Here's the challenge. I have you today. What i'd like you to do in your business. If you're running a business or in your personal life is to say thank you and i appreciate you three times within twenty four hours to three people who are in your life and it needs to be authentic. You wanna find something about who they are or what they've done in their own lives or maybe how that helped you or your business really find it. Feel the gratitude about it and say out loud thank you. I think you'll be amazed at what happens. Love that it's great twenty twenty-four challenge again. We'll have that on the show notes as well at conscious millionaire show dot com and now it's one of my favorite parts of the show is that i want to reach out and give you a hug virtual hug and tell you i love you because we all need love right now in our lives and i want to thank you for. What's in your soul. What's in your heart. What is your purpose your passion that impact that you're making with your life. We want to help you make that at a bigger level put more money in the bank and get a life where you truly are a limitless and thriving and enjoying your life at a new level and now it's time for the conscious millionaire entrepreneur questions and we always start with mindset because i believe everything starts in the mind. What's the mindset that. You've developed jeffrey for discovering your best business opportunities i think it started with the feeling of being unlimited so i think we don't understand The feeling of being unlimited. Until we understand that we've been burdened by the idea of being limited. So as an example i i was never an entrepreneur I've always worked for someone else for a company. And i realized that if i wanted to really have the kind of impact on the world that i really wanted to have that would need to see myself in a new way so for me. It's just kind of like taking off the veil taking off the heavy jacket that this isn't possible that somehow success happens for other people but not for me. I think the first step is actually realizing that it's possible and.

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Prince Andrew Served With US Civil Suit, Lawyers Say

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Prince Andrew Served With US Civil Suit, Lawyers Say

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting attorneys say prince Andrew has been served with the U. S. civil suit attorneys representing Virginia Jew free have served Britain's prince Andrew with legal papers in a U. S. civil suit you free alleges she was sexually assaulted by the prince when she was seventeen your free content the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein forced her to have sexual encounters with Andrew in two thousand one and the prince knew she had been trafficked by Epstein attorney say the legal papers were handed over on August twenty seventh as first reported by Britain's Daily Mail newspaper failure to respond within twenty one days of the summons would be in a judgment against Andrew would be issued by default hi Mike Rossi up

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"jeffrey" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

02:25 min | 2 months ago

"jeffrey" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"Weeks go by each day. Minder would come in and they would watch in the morning they would watch exercise. Tv shows who. Jeffrey and his mind or yeah and the minder would exercise. And try to get jeffrey to join in. Which is so funny. Because that's like almost like stereotypical what you hear about. North korea true. Yeah morning calisthenics. Although we use morning calisthenics here pastry in in the middle of the day. Another minder would come. His job was to get jeffrey ready for his trial. Okay jeffrey also. Mainly exercise based and exercise based jerry was told to confess his crimes against north korea. And they want him to write them all down. Everything he had done down during these interviews jeopardy had to wear a dress shirt so when this guy came over this minder put pressure. But he wasn't leaving he said to dress nice for this guy. Just my room please. But on and sometimes discussions with this guy we're pleasant. Sometimes they were really not pleasant. And jeffrey just said over over and over that he come on his own and no-one send them minder quote. That's schoolboy logic. If you don't start cooperating things are going to become less pleasant. I mean his plan is so dumb. They don't believe it's possible. I don't know what to do with it. It's fucking yeah. It's like a three year olds plan and of course it sounds like he's lying because it's so yes and they're and they're like look he's clearly got great training. We can't break him even if he wasn't lying they would want him to lie. But in this case they're like jesus. Christ janet come on after a while. It was clear they didn't want the truth. So that's what. Jeffrey sense right. Yeah okay yeah. Why don't you not have attitude for a little while. Geoffrey geoffrey mets guy. Mr carter and he said mr carter ran an underground. Oh miss the cata. Can i take. The bible is so old mr carter. I used to watch nick knight reruns. Okay mr credit ran an underground missionary in china and he had gotten jeffrey to drop the bible off the miners. Absolute bullshit dulles. I brought it on my own. I ask funding up to three weeks..

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"jeffrey" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

05:30 min | 2 months ago

"jeffrey" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"Fucking shit. Just just just enjoy taking ticket. Talk show when you leave. So then they all fly to. Pyongyang and jeffrey has the bible in a leather bomber. Jacket causes the whole jacket to sag to the right. Well that's what the bible did to our political culture. He's got an it's an inside pocket right Snap so he's got in there and the whole thing is just like leaning one way in the airport terminal a security agent looks through his luggage and jeffrey's like saying to himself just trust in god. What god's plan. Just trust in god and then he walks through the metal detector. The metal detector goes he says christ takes everything out of his pockets except obviously the bible and the metal detectors still goes off. Oh my god. What if he what. Oh my knife and the bible like takes off his belt. It's doug goes off so he thinks i'm fucked. I have nothing else on me. And he reaches into jacket unsnapped the bible but then right then the security agent tells them to just go through because because god is helping him right. Sorry i took so long there. Sometimes people confuse a security being lazy with god helping them. Yeah and in. This case got helped him so he goes about and he goes on the tour bus. He sits alone everyone else's like talking but he's just hang. He said he sat alone. Smiled a lot so i. i wonder why nobody said next to that guy. Can you imagine someone looking inviting on a bus like looking like hey sit here. It'd be absolutely not going like poop at hotel l. Had roommate so he's paired up with the canadian poor bastard. This is actually the part of the door. You lose me yeah show. I'm fiat your roommates. Yeah especially not him. You might meet someone like hey man you want to get drunk and be like all right cool instead of this guy is going to be like..

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"jeffrey" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

05:23 min | 2 months ago

"jeffrey" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"But i also what the bible so he puts the picture in. He also writes his family's names their address and phone number in their plan is to art. He's going to drop the bible somewhere in the northern territory's going to drop it. He's literally gonna drop it he he. He figures that up in the northern territories the areas far away from young in which is obviously the main capital that up there christian undergrounds people who are underground christians hiding from government and doing their christian stuff well they would find it and then they could use the bible and his bible could be used by an entire community i and because he could his name and address and a photos of family the entire community would know who brought it to the my god. God it's a good idea. I mean the frog's leap less. That is un fucking believable and he also is basically just trying to get the bible experience. That's already been had for his own. Basically trying to be like. I wrote the bible. But he's basically moses with the commandment yeah he wants to be like a guy who did something really important. I talked to god. He said get this. There's an amazon receipt here. Did take the fuck out. Don't come on that really takes the shine off. It's you know what it reminds me of. It reminds me of when you're a kid and you're fantasizing about making that last shot or hitting the home run to right better for him. This is his fantasy too. Yeah like that's his version of this. Oh by god tab. He dropped the by the tweed. Those blush as there's no way anti the guards are going to be able to five that that is purely gonna be fab by the citizens outside a pr gag. Our whole community is now christian based on this one guy. This this is a seed that will provide harvest for decades jeter believable stuff here from our crazy jeffrey. It's just it's michael jordan of bat. Shit bible drops. Because it's really fucking crazy. It's crazy it's it's all crazy but it's crazy to have never gone..

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"jeffrey" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

04:09 min | 2 months ago

"jeffrey" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"Jeffrey quote you don't hear the term mail order bride anymore. I guess geyser ashamed to call it that nowadays. But i never understood the stigma myself. Okay okay yeah it works. Yeah sure and just seems to work so jeffrey certain and that seems to work forever for a while they seem to. They seem to be doing fine okay. Jeffrey started spending hours online looking at human rights reports and north korea. As you do. I don't know what else. What else do you do online to be fair. If you're going to look up. North korea may as well start around their human rights. He read books about the experience of north korean refugees escape from camp fourteen and only beautiful please and then. Jeffrey traveled alone to russia in two thousand thirteen. Okay so he also when he goes on these when he goes on these trips he likes to go alone he likes to be alone and when he's there he tells tanya that he's going to try to get into mongolia. Okay now mongolia's demo democracy. So i'm not exactly sure what the at this point it's a democracy so i'm not sure what the thing was. But she begs him not to. She's like don't don't do that because maybe he didn't have permission him. That might be sure. Anyway guards caught him trying to walk across the border one morning at two. Am okay. i mean. I like that. That's your thing. When they're closed borders are the opposite of bars. They open at night so the guards were like you could die because you're walking in the middle of nowhere. It's what what did you guys are looking for my keys. That's just a just miles and miles of nothing that you're walking into like it's kohl's i go. No you'll die like we don't want you. You're just walking. You don't quest to find my car keys. They were here. And i had them here you will. This is not how you do it..

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Steelers Acquiring CB Ahkello Witherspoon From Seahawks

Behind the Steel Curtain

02:02 min | 2 months ago

Steelers Acquiring CB Ahkello Witherspoon From Seahawks

"The pittsburgh. Steelers acquired a cello witherspoon who was drafted by the san francisco. Forty niners spent four years with san francisco. The seattle seahawks obtained in prior to the twenty twenty one season in the steelers sent a fifth round draft. Pick to seattle for witherspoon. Okay this is another one of those moments where the steelers fan base is already reeling a little bit. they're frustrated. There's not j. watt contract. All of a sudden steph onto it zach banner anthony macfarlane gone injured reserve which means they are missing games one two and three no matter what then the steelers pull off a trade in. You probably saw breaking news trade alert the steelers make a trade for cornerback in. You're thinking okay here we go. Let's do this. And it's a keller witherspoon if you're like me and i'm being honest i'm always honest with you. That's why. I hope that. I can connect with you as my listeners. My reaction was who the heck is this guy. I never heard of this guy now. Granted i'm not a draft. Nick i did get into this draft in the twenty twenty one draft i was i studied. More prospects did more breakdowns. And i've ever had in my entire life. Mope witherspoon was drafted back in two thousand seventeen. So i definitely was not doing all that digging back then nonetheless you learn a little bit about the player after you get to know him in after the trade was announced as official by the steelers. Now you're looking at okay. What is this guy brain to the team. Well when we find out. And this is from people like jeffrey benedict. When people like kevin smith who find out that he's a an typically an outside cornerback. He's not a physical has good ball skills. Good size six to everyone always talks about. Oh you can't have a cornerback. That's under six foot. He sticks to ran a four five forty. I believe four or five. Maybe it was right around there.

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NYC's Metropolitan Correctional Center to Temporarily Close

Ric Edelman

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

NYC's Metropolitan Correctional Center to Temporarily Close

"The Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City will be closed. John Scott explains the facility where Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide will be closed, at least temporarily to address issues that have long plagued the facility, including lax security and crumbling infrastructure. The jail currently has 233 inmates, down from a normal population of 600, or more, most expected to be transferred to a federal jail in Brooklyn inmates have complained in recent Years that the jail was invested with mice, rats and Roaches and that multiple inmates were forced to share dirty sinks and

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Make It a Quest: How to Reconnect With Your Creative Self

Before Breakfast

02:22 min | 3 months ago

Make It a Quest: How to Reconnect With Your Creative Self

"Tip is to make it a quest beginning the day or the week with a goal you want to reach by the end of it can make time feel different memorable and possibly more fun. Today's tip like another. This week comes from jeffrey davis's book tracking wonder which will be published. This fall tracking wonder is all about how to reconnect with your creative self. Much of adult life can go on autopilot after a while you do the same thing day after day an end the day much as you started it there is nothing wrong with routine but when we do the same thing. It's easy to think the same things doing things. A little differently can sometimes spur different thoughts. Enter the quest. When i say this word i think of nights the hero on horseback goes out to slay a dragon find his way through a dark forest and save a princess. It is a pursuit. a search a journey. Think finding three clues so you can solve a riddle while we are not knights on horseback or detectives solving case we can adopt the quest mindset for daily life to just think of a series of different things. You could figure out to find a set period of time. Perhaps you would like to get to know a few more people at work. You might go on a quest to have a conversation with five new people over the course of the work week or maybe it's saying hello to five different neighbors in a similar quantity of time. You could go on a quest to find all the buildings done by a local architect. You could go on a quest to take photos of thirty different depictions of flowers in art at a local art museum. These quests don't have to be profound at all.

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"jeffrey" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:10 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey" Discussed on Fresh Air

"On an part of the problem i think is that authorities haven't been transparent about what they know and what they don't know we haven't seen you know the autopsy we do know from his brother who has himself said that he didn't believe that jeffrey committed suicide that that you know that there were strange aspects to how he was found it was odd that for example. He was on a suicide watch. When this happened they put him back in his cell and There's no video footage. They're not have one guard. That allegedly was asleep at the wheel. But you have to which is highly unusual covered prison deaths for a very long time and you of guards fallen asleep and things happening really hear about two guards falling asleep at the same time or being distracted at the same time who would have the motive to kill him in jail. Well you know. There's a lot of people that would would've i mean we don't even really know the scope of of his connections and what he had on people i mean we know that he pretty much had a lot of information that could implicate people not only possibly on sex trafficking aspects. But you know he. He essentially was a money manager. Who helped some of our richest people in the world. Hide their money so he also knew how people got their money and where they had at hiding and he there were certainly a lot of people that had a motive to kill him. I tend to think it's possible. He might have just had somebody help them might have been an assistant suicide for example so i think the bottom line is this is still not really determined and i think we need to look into it more. I think it needs to be investigated more thoroughly. How did the women who are epstein victims. React to the news that he had had died in prison. They were crying you know. They had felt finally that they were going to have their day in court and that he was finally going to be held accountable and it was just another blow. You know to them that to think that he sort of gotten away with it again in their minds anyway. This is very sad to hear one of the victims. I couldn't reach her. So i called her mother and her mother said right away out of her mouth. You know they killed them. You know you know to some victims. They really believe that. This was a conspiracy. And that he wasn't he didn't commit suicide at all. He was That he was killed Because of what he knew. There have been a lot of stories about jeffrey epstein and very prominent well-known men who had sex with underage girls at jeffrey epstein's arrangement were behest in your reporting. Did you find out anything new or definitive about any of those disputed allegations. I did and i did. I mean i didn't find anything that necessarily cooperated some of these stories that have been out there about other men than our vault but in the aftermath of all this his estate set up a fund for victims to claim compensation and i do know from talking to a number of the lawyers who represent these women that there are women that came forward to cooperate or at least a confirm that they were Trafficked by obscene to some very powerful people. It's just that these women don't wanna go public You know they're afraid that their lives are going to be. You know turned upside down by some of these powerful men. Julie came brown. You're still a working journalist Are you ever going to get off the epstein. Beat you know. There's a lot of journalists on this story now. That are working really hard..

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"jeffrey" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

07:12 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey" Discussed on Revision Path

"I was like i'm too lazy. Ramsey's paid a number so i never had that because i just made a big number so nakazawa smart new rule. I wanna get credit. It was like. I just don't want to deal with that headache. Same is true about like. I was just like i don't want to wear totta work ever. Ah don't want one of those jobs are going to go work there. Like i just wanna wear sneakers to work. I just chose that not knowing it was sort of like going to be like. I didn't choose us because it would make me money i'd choose. It might provide me money to buy a house and not have to assimilate so much did just liked sneakers than i like the culture and i think young folks are more more like the technology exists. They get to do the same. Just trying to figure out what it all means. There'd be a total about what people adulthood time. So now you have to like follow in line and you gotta wear your hair a certain way in la No thank you. But now i think it's i think it's cool that people can deliver gonna be people we'd gets a helped him. Where do you see yourself in the next five years. What kind of work do you want to be doing. Yo this drives me and everyone else crazy that i wanted to be able to. Just walk down the street and not have to go anywhere and everything Harlem 'cause made it possible bike. I went from. I don't know doing product design. Few years The continent creation now. Like i'm gonna the call right now about enough tease which i had no idea about but okay. Let's go learn about not in the process like drops and all this other stuff and this one of the thing be strategy mind sir the creative mindset learn a little bit of i think luck along the way of having some wins folks invited to parties Whether it's me or entire team. I think people trust me my team as they did better than the team starting to have their own sort of like mris below them. Kinda grow the business for all of us And even if they go running their own agencies all good like i kinda want this fund growth. Keep think i used to say making stuff was like cool announced to the point where it's like making supper taken a different personality given like Dot sustainability and. Sometimes it's like not making stuff is the answer but figuring out how like my biggest thing. Tons of conversations with the last three months has been on housing justice here in new york city. And i think that's not the standard conversation. Maybe a creative. But i think the thought process in the connections in in the myself my team the folks that hang out. Rick bring to the table. Just i dunno opened up the vision on some of those things are many when i say like twinning thing. I say this like you can create. I dunno systemic change in harlem in atlanta lokeren. Like in places like detroit. I think if that starts to stick and ownership becomes like a big piece of it i think in some conversations going to be had And then let's talking about ono. Forgive them a chance. we're good. We did this good. And i think that's where i'd wanna be even if it's not me just hanging around people who are doing those things that's my five years ago just to wrap things up here. Where can our audience find out more about you and about your work on line so definitely come. Hang out for the most part. You wanna find out about all the fun we're having find. It's a good things. Gw dta in digests sure it'll be being the bio and byline. That's what we have our fun as we give back to the community that we show how we hang out we want to book of business definitely come to end dot com keep professionally rattus checks while good ready to do stuff then definitely. We're making some shoes redoing a payroll nex ninety nine products jackson. Y my guy voices city a few hustles going on some fun so please. You don't have to read. All the reading numbers is doing gravy appreciated but you can come check out and see the creative stuff we're doing. It's good reading yeah. Don't don't listen to jeffrey henderson. Thank you so much for coming on the show. I think you know from hearing your story from looking at your work and again even from the research that i've done i think to me. There is a certain deep sense of thoughtfulness that you bring to your work that perhaps i don't know if you even recognize how awful it is in terms of doing work for the community and making sure that you're creating this nurturing space for young creatives and everything. I think it's something that more of us need to see in the industry like we need to see. Of course. I think just more black agency owners but also more black agency owners that are kind of bucking the trend or changing the paradigm of showing that. It's okay to be thoughtful and do great work like this and not have to stick to you. Know any sort of archaic or draconian style of running a business that you can. You can do great work and have fun and it can be a nurturing space. And i definitely see that care office that you bring to your work. And i'm i'm appreciative of it. I'm sure that folks listen that way as well. So thank you so much for coming on the show. I appreciate it. Thank you so much on. Glad to be on that list and like on hundreds of people who you think visibility to our level. Judo colorado can be happy to help. Thank you A big big. Thanks to jeffrey henderson. And of course thanks to you for listening. You can find out more about jeffrey. And his work through the links and the show notes provision path dot com. And of course thanks. To our wonderful sponsor brevity brevity and wit is a strategy and design firm committed to designing a more inclusive and equitable world. They accomplish this too. Graphic design presentations and workshops around a inclusion diversity equity and accessibility curious to learn how to combine the passion for ide- with design. Check them out. At brevity. wit dot com brevity and wit creative excellence without the grind. Revision path is brought to you by lunch a multidisciplinary creative studio in atlanta georgia. This podcast is created hosted and produced by me maris. Cherry with engineering and editing by rj. Basilio our intro. Voiceover is by music. Man drei intro music by yellow speaker. So what did you think of the interview better yet. What do you think about the podcast as a whole. Don't be a stranger talk to us. Hit us up on twitter or instagram search for revision path. All one word or you can leave us a rating and review on apple podcasts. Let everyone you know. Know about the show because it really helps us grow and reach more people all around the world as always thank you.

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"jeffrey" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

05:46 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey" Discussed on Revision Path

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"jeffrey" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

07:53 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey" Discussed on Revision Path

"A big trauma built. I'm not. I'm not a big shoe shopping person. It wasn't until that was well into adulthood that i saw podiatrist actually got like my feet measured and all this sort of stuff and i have been wearing the wrong size for well over a decade wrong side issue. I wear about a size ten extra extra extra extra wide. Like a ten forty and usually what i was getting was and i mean you know growing up of course it would change my foot change but like right now are usually rock about eleven is pretty good but like if one was an eleven and the other was an eleven and a half that would be perfect because even on the other foot which is bigger. It's still like very constricting and most wide shoes are hideous. Your footwear design even talk about this designed for like medium shoes. I mean the sky is the limit you get to watch us. And everything looks like orthopedic shoes. Why is that. So there's a little bit of light bell curves and so quite typically design goes to any. You'll notice that most things when they're in a smaller size they can be. I guess the word is there more More feeling and they're don't you can get them in different colors and they look nice and then you get to the wide shoes and it's just like it's like what i call the teachers which of the monarchs from from a nike like. That's all you got. I know i know that's probably issue negotiated but a lot of it definitely built on again. If you making your money in one area a lot of brands don't spend a lot of time like in other areas and so you get some brands who may find that the customer so my guess is you buy more than your fair share new balance. God yes how did you. You're reading my mind. Yes there was a time in my twenties ahead not a lot of different color ways of new balance but the new balance. Not the nine ninety dollars. I ended up getting before. But like the i forget the numbers. I knew balance five. Somethings i had those. Probably every color and it kind of becomes your uniform okay but then when what ends up happening two things happen. Everybody who resit same foot is wearing the same thing. That you get lumped in a box. Yes and then. It's one of our. You have wikileaks so you have to new balance and then there's not enough. Let's do something different so you have fine brands that sorta i dunno care. Show you something different. And it's not easy so it's the new balanced five seven fours. I had in so many different color ways. Because they i mean an eleven. They still fit. They still were pretty y. But i had those for a long time and yeah there was that association which is actually why i stopped wearing them. Well that in my podiatrists was like you need to start wearing these favorites. Like stop. wear these shoes. So what's funny is It was a podcast over the clubhouse and my friends simone runs it and she had the President of rhonda's brando and hear her talk about inclusivity design. That what rana wanted. She was like look then. Were two things that quickly and easily made making intimate wear for a diverse population of women. Important one was really easy now is just shades nude like just what is your show. She was like that was really easy. Every brand could flip which immediately and go from light to shave the new to twenty shaved new because there are different colors of people and so she was like that was actually. It's more of like a decision you have to make. And then it's the supply chain thing it's operational blah blah blah. Pretty the really difficult one is when it comes to physical shape and size of one you have to have people in the building who can relate and understand like not everybody in intimate is the saying size sixteen. Sometimes you're sixteen of dot from your sixteen bottom like it's just different shapes and if you can't have a real conversation about it because the right diversity is in. The room is not in the room. Then you just end up making like we just looked saying thing and made it bigger and then you don't right answers and then you get what you've been with skinny people fat people want and she was like. It's not that blunt but you also get what's getting people think super skinny people and she those words. She was getting like yellow light. It just doesn't help and they don't know until you bring people in the road who have wider or like our last version of the says like no when you make the largest is is it better be just as beautiful on a person has when you make the medium size like. That's just what should what should be done. Some when we were making the next versions of the point at a lot of flat. Because i know a few football players who relied assize fifteen and asks. You only went up to a fourteen in like jeff. Jeff yeah like what are you doing this next batch and it costs money like we had to make molds. We've gone up to the side seventeen with us. Thanks us and we'll try to go more but like it costs money to get married. You need people to actually support. So i sent you a link. You'll see the jugs. John but comes in like for e times will saw there. And you'll try more and oh it'll be different and whether it's your cup of tea or not the ideas that when you wear them you'll know subway here and you'll see like oh look hideous. It doesn't have to end is kind of okay. So i think designed could bring that to people especially shoes. Yeah so to answer your earlier question about what. I'm rocking so i do have kind of my two that i tend to sort of vary between one is like a all black like reebok walking shoes. I don't know what the the name of it is. But it has like this air bubble in the soul so like it's very bouncing wanted some just like straight up like black minimalistic sneakers and i can just throw on with anything and then i do have a pair of monarchs that actually had to stop wearing because the cushioning was too much ike. It was like my foot was in like a spaceship. And it's funny. Because i remember when i first got those shoes i would get so many compliments on them. And i'm like things and i didn't know if it was for real because i honestly got them because they came into wide with my podiatrist had recommended it and when i first put it on i was like oh so this is what it feels like to walk without foot pain like now the she actually like. But i i still have that one for every now and then but i just bought three pairs of shoes recently. I don't know this. Because i got the vaccine and i feel like i need to go out in the world but i got three new pairs of shoes recently and they are different in different ways so one is a field issue. It's a oakmont mid am. I might podiatrist recommend it. Because they had sold and he's like you kind of need more of like a almost like a boot type of shoe as opposed to maybe like a low sneaker type or something and so i have those and those are great. Those are like ask kicking shoes. I love those shoes. And then i got a pair of hokka bondi seven. I just got those a couple of days ago. Actually and i might send them back there too bouncy. They feel like. I'm wearing moon shoes. Like if i needed to jump and retired things i would probably keep them but like i'm walking and i'm like whoa literally.

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"jeffrey" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

03:05 min | 6 months ago

"jeffrey" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Jeffrey in the morning, and I think we all need a friend in our lives. Who keeps you in check calls you out. Whenever you step out of line for sure. We definitely all need one. That's why I'm going to be a friend today. With benefits. What? Great that's different. Well, the benefit that I'm going to give you because I'm gonna tell you the truth, no matter how hard it might be, too here or how much it may hurt your feelings or how aroused that could make you feel well there. Wow. I am going to be that friend. Lot of friends of benefits lies. Yeah, we're going to do that in a segment that we call Am I the jerk? If you haven't heard it before. Here's how it works. You tell us about an argument or a weird situation You found yourself in and how you handled it in that moment, and then we'll discuss and not only give our honest opinion, but we'll ask our listeners to text in. Tell us what they think if you were right or wrong. So who's our friend looking to benefit today? Her name Stephanie. Stephanie. Thanks for being with us. Hi. Thanks for having me. Yeah. I always think that this is like a brave segment to beyond because you're opening yourself up to criticism, and I, you know, I hope you know that it's all coming from a good place on our side. Yeah. I just need some 3rd and 4th opinions. Okay, So tell us about the situation that you're in. Well, A couple weeks ago, I went on a business trip, and I asked a good friend of House said for me, Do you have pets or anything like that? Or was she just like chilling at your house, but no, I have a cat. Okay? Yeah. I love my cat. And she did a great job. The litter boxes cleaning everything's Wow. That's a big responsibility to let somebody look after your pets for you. I mean, you're trusting them. Basically, cats can survive on their own. Oh, no. Well, Stephanie, do you have any kids? No, no kids. Okay. Where does the m I The jerk stuff. Come in. It sounds like it was a great experience. Well, the next day I was going through my security footage have security cameras just in the living room. And like hallway and inside. That's good. A lot of people do. Yeah, and I saw that she had her boyfriend over. And that was fine at first, But then I saw them doing it. Like all over the house. Wow. Oh, my God. Wait. Did you not tell her that you have security cameras in your house? No, I didn't think it was necessary like it's the living room in the kitchen. You know, it just seemed unnecessary. I didn't even think of it. So where you are you proud or you're angry. I was horrified. Yeah, and I actually I got really upset, but it was like, okay. I don't want to get too specific, but it was It was my couch is in the kitchen on the countertop. Oh, that's unsanitary. You can clean it easy. Still. Yeah. And like in the staircase, which is just weird. I don't know. On the staircase. Jeez, everywhere You walk in your house. You're thinking of her. I bet. Yeah. How long were you gone? Like, seven months. They cover every inch of it. No, this is wrong. Seven days. Oh, wow. Biz.

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"jeffrey" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey" Discussed on The World at Large

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"jeffrey" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey" Discussed on The World at Large

"Then I would go home afterwards and I was not going to be arrested. So being young lady frightened sixteen years old. I wasn't thinking about the long-term. I was just concerned my safety in the moment I needed and I was overwhelmed emotionally psychologically. I was in fear of my life because in fact they didn't know where I was and no one else knew where I was. I had a loan pretty large in my mind and then it was that false promise I mentioned so made up a story based on the information which they gave me in terms. Of course the interrogation by the time was all said and done I was curled up in a fetal position on the floor. I was crying uncontrollably. Obviously I was arrested so I was charged with the murder and rape. So before I went to trial the results of a DNA test came in from the FBI lab which showed that semen found the victim didn't match me. But in order to explain that away the way you two got the medical examiner to commit fraud and so he altered his findings and he claimed that the victim had been sleeping around and that's how the DNA didn't match me and yet I was guilty and birth to the public defender didn't didn't offend me. You never interviewed my alibi witness and he wouldn't allow me to testify he didn't explain to the jury the DNA not matching me like what the significance that was in argued that proved that the confession was coerced false and you know at it all up the I was wrongfully convicted of her murder and rape I was given a 15 to life prison sentence was sent to a men's maximum-security present to surface and serve the time so in the aftermath of your conviction and subsequent exoneration, you started an organization. Can you tell us a little bit about birth? Yeah, sure just really quickly. I want to explain the audience is how I was exonerated. All right. So yeah, so I mean I lost like seven appeals and I got turned down for parole But ultimately I was exonerated being but through further DNA evidence to the DNA databank, which it took the crime scene DNA evidence and they put it in the data banking it match the actual perpetrator whose DNA was in the data bank because left free when I was doing time for his crime. He killed a second victim 3 and 1/2 years later who was a schoolteacher had two children. All right, so that's how I was and all my charges were dismissed on actual innocence grounds, and he was actually arrested and convicted for the crime. So your question now is if you could react if you don't mind, yeah. Yeah, so you started an organization after you were exonerated. We just wanted to see details on what that wage garnishment is. Yes. Yeah. It's called the Jeffrey deskovic foundation for justice. I mean, I started about five years after I after I was exonerated after receive some financial compensation and our mission is to free other roughly convicted people. So we've been able to get.

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"jeffrey" Discussed on The World at Large

The World at Large

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey" Discussed on The World at Large

"Thank you for tuning into this episode of The World At Large. Please remember to share leave a review and of course click that subscribe button. So without further Ado, please enjoy this episode of our podcast. Hello everybody and welcome today. We have a very interesting guest. His name is Jeffrey deskovic and he has quite the story at the age of Seventeen. He was wrongfully convicted of rape and murder of a fifteen-year-old girl after sixteen years in prison. He was exonerated and he has dedicated his life to helping the wrong. Ron Fleet convicted. How are you Jeffrey? Very good. Thanks for having me. So I know that you wanted to talk about your efforts and reforming the criminal justice system. But first, can you share with the audience your story? Yeah. Sure. Well as you mentioned I was arrested when I was sixteen. I was seventeen at the time that I was wrongfully convicted of a murder and rape of a high school classmate. So the year was Nineteen Ninety dead. And the county was Westchester County in New York. So think suburbs think middle-class think ethnically diverse. So they're down for about Surfers with hadn't been a murder in Peekskill for maybe like 20 years. Okay. So this really like was a really big big thing big thing in in in the city home. So I originally got into the police radar because the police had interviewed a lot of students from the high school and some of them told the police that they might want to speak me because I'm quite fit in so I kind of lived a double life growing up. So in the apartment complex where I grew up that was one of the main two kids and pretty much whatever I suggested that would be what we would do I arrange from going swimming played basketball stick for Monopoly video games riding bikes, right so typical teenager, but in school the kids were all like a year older than I was cuz I had skipped a grade A dog. In grade school, so I wasn't really into going gay parties and I wasn't into you know going to parties and dating and you know chasing girls. I mean, I was just more doing the activities that I had mentioned so consequently I didn't didn't quite fit in with the group in school. So in the course of the police investigation, they interviewed a lot of students from the school and some of them pulled told police that you might want to talk to me. So I guess people that don't fit in commit heinous crimes, right? That's the working Theory. So that's how I got on their radar an additional factor is that God this is really my first brush with death. So I reacted kind of emotionally and the police interpreted my being emotional as that being some sort of sign that I was sorry. That's what I had done. But you know, but while I was emotional and that's true enough at the same time this really affects you look up the whole city of Peekskill to the point where free Mental Health Services were offered.

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"jeffrey" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Me. And a few weeks ago, Jeffrey decided to be funny to read my real phone number on the air. Oh, yeah, We've done that a couple times, too. That was an accident. Multiple times it happened. It just slipped out. So you know, our show is syndicated into a lot of awesome places. So I'm getting a text from everywhere, all kinds of time zones popular. Somebody signed me up for a subscription service. And now once a day I have been receiving Dog fax done like, for example, Did you know one in three household as a dog as a pet? Maybe doing it? So I was like, Okay, this is actually smart and funnier because this troll goes a long way. You mad at him for giving out your phone number? Of course I have to. 6 to 1. I think that's it. Sure. I understood what he was saying. You got arrived. Let's go to Alexis. Tell us what's been on your mind. So I work in a coffee shop is my other job as you know, and I am getting fed up over there. No, I started to notice how many scammers there are in this world. He's trying to cheat the system on the daily. Yeah, You're like stealing. She's still important. Her brother listens just between a scone again. Yeah, anyways. So people come through. There's this guy who, you know, he spilled his drink on him. One day is having a bad day. I'll give it to him for free. Three days in a row, buddy. No, You.

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"jeffrey" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey" Discussed on The Book Review

"Jeffrey toobin joins us now from northern Connecticut. . His latest book is called True Crimes and misdemeanors the investigation of Donald, , trump, , it's already a New York Times Bestseller Jeff Welcome back to the podcast. . It is a pleasure to be here Michelle. . Well, , we are talking about probably an unpleasant topic you've been covering this regularly for the New, , Yorker, , talking about it on CNN, , the investigations of Donald. . Trump plural I think and the impeachment process at what point did you think to yourself? ? Okay. . This should be a book as well. . Right at the beginning you know I have a special interest in fun for independent investigations of the presidency. . I was one of the prosecutors in the Iran Contra -CATION in the Lawrence Walsh Investigation wrote my first book opening arguments about that did a book about. . The Starr investigation of Whitewater Lewinsky in the Clinton years and so I know that the behind the scenes, , stories of these investigations are always interesting. . But what was a nerve ing as I started in was that I didn't realize that Muller which completely shut down all access I had to trust that eventually, , I would get access to the Muller Office, , but it was incredibly unnerving journalists to. . Spend almost two years working on his side of the investigation really from the outside even though you've written about impeachment, , you've written books about investigations. . This book feels different and I'm curious to hear your take on what makes this book in the process of writing the book different from those previous books. . Trump makes it different? ? The president is such an enormous figure in American history, , his complete disregard. . For norms his constant lying his inability or unwillingness to play by rules that Democrats and Republicans have played for all of certainly my conscious life it makes everything about these last three and a half years just feel different from anything I'd ever covered in anything I've ever felt as a citizen we've had conservative presidents. . We've had liberal presidents, , but we've never had a president like trump and. . Both he as a protagonist in my story and the people who gravitate to him just make it totally different. . Okay. . Here's one way in which it feels different to me and I'm curious to hear your take and it's about trump but it's also about the reception of trump among Americans or certain group of Americans and it's that every single time there are some kind of event trump takes. Some . action that seems to be a game changer. . There's this expectation or there has been the expectation. . Okay. Well, . , now, , this is the end of this changes things, , and that goes back to his not filing his tax returns during the campaign, , but then I think the next point was with access Hollywood tapes and it's been that way ever since where where something will happen and people will say. . Well now, , that's it. . You know there's gotTa be a consequence and then there really isn't a consequence I. . Think you're right in part I mean you know and and you can go through others whether it was praising the white supremacists in Charlottesville standing by Vladimir Putin, , in Helsinki, , and disparaging the American intelligence agencies firing James Comey which seemed like complete departures from how we expect presidents to behave. . Another theme of my journalistic career has been the evolution of the Republican Party that if you go back to Richard Nixon the turning point in Watergate was when seven Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee voted in favor of impeachment and then ultimately Barry Goldwater Hugh Scott John Rhodes went to Nixon and say we can't support you anymore those three famous Republicans The Republican Party has turned into a trump call. . And the ability of the president to do absolutely anything no matter how outrageous and retain the support of that forty percent of the country. . Is. . Something we've never seen before it's been building through the past couple of decades, , but I think that's what accounts for the phenomenon you describe, , which is no matter what he does <hes> the the political architecture of our time really never changes anymore because fifty five percent of the people are appalled forty forty percent of the people stick with trump and thus we have the election we have. . So you're saying it's essentially the fact that he's not held. . Accountable is a result of the fact that the party has sort of been entirely captured by trump. . He has captive and very loyal audience among Americans, , and then presumably the other arm of that is what's happened with the media and that certain is catering to and delivering that message. . I. . Can just add one thing. . You know a lot of people like what trump is doing. . It's not like this forty percent says, , well, , you know it's bad that he fires Komai. . It's bad that he says, , all these races. . Thanks their gladis says racist things. . I. . Mean there are a lot of people in the country who have the same attitudes and I think that's what's chilling for people like me who was. . I like to think is not a racist, , but the way trump behaves in public it's a feature, , not a bug people don't support him in spite of his excesses they support him because it's

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