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"jim younger" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Welcome to Shaker Heights episode five the crucible floating floating falling on the ground I freeze on children's eyelashes and blurred. They're altered vision of the world. They see a different earth than I of candy and playgrounds and eternal smiles. I see the truth cold. Bare trees stripped of life and hard ground. That poem was written by a sixteen year. Old Girl named Lisa. Pruitt not long before she was stabbed. Twenty one times and left for dead behind her. Boyfriend's house in Shaker Heights Ohio in September of nineteen ninety in the hours after her murder. A small group of close friends gathered away from their parents away from the police and made up their minds. The person who committed this crime was the weird kid in school. The Kid who wore metallica t shirts Kevin Young one by one. They went to police and pointed the finger at Kevin and although was not one piece of evidence linking Kevin to the crime scene regardless of the fact that he had an alibi the small town police were taken by the children's stories and they decided Kevin Young was their best suspect. A tragedy was playing out in real time. Just outside of Cleveland and the name of that tragedy was the crucible on September Twenty Sixth Nineteen Ninety several detectives from Shaker Heights traveled to Ohio State University where Kevin Young was beginning his freshman year. Because of what happens next Kevin. Young's life will be quite short. He will never hold down a real job or have any long relationships with women no family of his own he will die at the age of forty four and two thousand and seventeen the detectives have consulted with FBI profiler who explained how they could extract a confession from Kevin speak to him late at night. They said Bring Lots of Candy and Soda. Be Good Cops. Try to make friends with him. Let HIM FEEL SAFE. And so it goes Wednesday September twenty sixth nineteen ninety. Deputy Chief Jim rosiest detective sergeant. Dan Villardo detective top Kosinski officer Ben Hur Secretary Roz and I drove to Ohio State University. We arrived about six. Pm and met with captain. John Petrie and detective Jim Younger of Ohio State University Police Department also present. Detective Sergeant Tim Reid and detective. Tim Ward who had gone to Columbus earlier in the day. The cavs police assigned one of their officers to watch the dormitory to let us know. When Kevin Young came in we planned to make contact with Kevin About eight PM. We then went to the Ramada Inn to get settled and have dinner as of about eight. Pm The Columbus police had not located cabin. One of their officers called the phone. And Kevin's room ask for Kevin and was told he was not in this office than set up surveillance on Kevin's room about nine. Pm We decided to return to the police department. Upon our arrival detective younger explained that one of his undercover officers has just located Kevin Young. He explained that. This officer was dressed as a maintenance man. It was clean a trash room that gave him a direct view of Kevin. Young's dorm room. This officer had just reported that Kevin had left his room. Gone down the stairs and returned with pop. He added that Kevin was wearing a blue woodbury. Run T shirt. I followed detective younger to the dormitory. Rob Houses one of the dormitories. Moral Tower located on the campus at Ohio State University. Detective younger I entered the third or the main floor. This is the only entrance into staffed by students who provide security and limited access to the building. Detective younger identified himself as campus police and we went up the elevator to the fifth floor. There we met with the campus police officer who had seen Kevin Young. He told us that Kevin's roommate and a girl had just left but that Kevin was in the room the door to the quad dorm room number. Five fifty was open. As was the door to Kevin's room which was five fifty four. The open hallway door entered into a small living room. Type area to the rear of this area were four doors. Each leading to a dorm room shared by two students. Detective Young entered the quad dorm room through the open door and knocked on the door. Way To Kevin's room. I waited outside in the hall where I could both see and hear detective younger. Detective younger displayed. His badge identified himself as a campus police officer and told Kevin that someone was here to talk to him. Kevin said to ask him in and detective younger said it was private and suggested they step out in the hall and away from his roommates. It should be noted that we had selected the hallway because the room to the other quad. Dorm rooms were all closed. No one was in the hallway and Kevin's other roommates were in their rooms with their doors. Open Kevin said he needed to get off the phone. Kevin Young detective younger than walks into the hallway. I deduce myself as Tom. Gray from the Shaker Heights police department. As I said Shaker Heights police department. Kevin said the words with me. Kevin Nervously said he had been expecting to hear from us. I told Kevin I'd been interviewing a lot of people who had information about Lisa Pruitt. I added that rich mullany and Jim. Brosius had told me that during his first interview he had offered to come whenever necessary to help us with the case. I told him that since I needed his help. I thought it made more sense for me to come to Columbus. Kevin invited us into his room. I told him that I thought it was private and best be done away from his roommates. I added that I had asked detective younger to get me into the building because that would attract far less attention than the Shaker Heights. Police I went on to tell Kevin the we could use a room at the campus police department and he appeared to get very nervous. I then told him I was staying at the Ramada in about five minutes from campus and that we could use my room Kevin agreed and said he just needed to get some shoes or call home. He dialed the phone. That put it down gotta shoes and asked if he could call later. I told him he could call home in every wanted detective younger. Kevin Young and I walked towards the elevator. Kevin said the stairs were faster so we walked down stairs. Detective younger got into his auto and went on to other duties. Kevin and I got into sixty seven. Eighty to an unmarked Shaker Heights police cruiser during the drive. Kevin and I did not talk about the case instead. We discussed college life dormitory life and classes. He mentioned that he was glad to be at school and that it was an opportunity to begin a new life. He explained that he had not decided on a major but was interested in business. He added that his real interest was in economics and we talked a little about economics. The Adam Smith Foundation. He started in high school and Mr for Resou- his high school economics teacher. We discussed the adjustment to college classes. Kevin said it was an easy transition because what he was doing. A college was a review of what he did in high school. He said he tested out of enough credits. That he will be soft more mid year he also talked about the honors program in Ohio. State that he is currently enrolled in Kevin. I arrived at the motel about nine forty five PM. We parked by number two and took the elevator to the fifth floor room. Five twenty was around the corner to the right as we exited the elevator as we entered the room. Kevin remarked that it was a nice room. He mentioned calling home and asked if he could wait until after we finished. I told him he could call what he wanted and offered to. Let the city of Shaker Heights. Pay For the call. I suggested a seat and make himself comfortable. He sat in the seat on the couch. Nears the window. As I sat on the other end of the couch there was a loud noise like a helicopter from outside Kevin that we could close the Windows. I got up closed both sliding doors and turn the air conditioner on low. I begin by explaining to Kevin that I spent the last two weeks talking to people then gathered as much information as possible in an attempt to figure out what happened to Lisa. I told Kevin I needed some insight from him in addition to just discussing his involvement. Kevin said he was eager to cooperate in any way that he could. I told Kevin that this trip to Columbus was important to me. I explained that we were under pressure from the media and there were some loosens questions I had about his involvement with the case. Kevin responded with a few comments about how bad the television stations are how bad he felt about what they did to Dan. He added that he would like to resolve this before the media gets a hold of the story given us how long we would be and I told him I wasn't sure I explained to cabinet. Since I came to him for help. He could decide when he was ready to stop talking and I would take back his dormitory. He mentioned that he had an eight o'clock class but added that he was a night person. We could take our time. We discussed class schedule and the classes he was taking. I offered Kevin pop and he chose a coke from the CAN I offered I offered Kevin pop and he chose a coke from the can the only way I drink it. I then reminded Kevin that I was a police officer that I was investigating a crime then reminded Kevin that I was a police officer and that I was investigating a crime in which he was still suspect. Kevin said that detective mullany had explained that to him. I told him that he had a right to remain silent in. Didn't have to talk to me. Kevin said he wanted to help. I told him that we could stop or take a break whenever he wanted. He said he knew that as I started to explain that he could talk to an attorney. Kevin interrupted me and said that he understood his rights. He explained that detective mullany had explained all his rights and that he signed a paper that he understood. I asked him to tell me what he thought about the incident. Kevin replied that as he told detectives mullany he was afraid that tax can workman had done it and what scared him even more was that. Tex might have done it for him. Kevin Kevin went on to explain that he didn't know how he could live with the guilt if Tex had done it for him I ask Kevin Y. Tex would do it for him and Kevin replied that he Kevin had been at Arabiya on Thursday. When Tex came in Kevin said he remembers that at the time he was sitting alone at a table and was real upset about a good friend of his that had been sent to the Middle East. Kevin said he remembers texts coming in sitting at a table with him and saying something about going over to Dan drivers and that Lisa was coming over. He remembers the Tech. Said something about hating to be around when Dannon lease are together. I then ask Kevin why he thought Texas would do this. Kevin replied that texts knew that he kevin had a crush on Lisa for a long time. Even though Kevin insisted the crush was over Kevin out of the text was also worried about having an alibi for Thursday night. Kevin explain it. He was feeling extreme guilt even thinking about the possibility that texts might have done this for him. I asked Kevin who was friends with that. Went to the Middle East and Kevin said it was Emmanuel Robinson. He then went on to explain that. Manny was not really a close friend just some when he went to high school with Kevin added that he really didn't even know if many was there but that he had heard that from other friends. I asked Kevin of menu into the service right after high school. He explained that many and he had just graduated together and that he didn't know manny very well. Kevin added that he only spoken to manny a couple of times throughout high school. Kevin just scared him that a kid his age was going to come back. Dead from the Middle East Kevin went on to talk about the draft and how because of his January birthday he would be one of the first kids drafted. He explained that there were going to start the draft next year by drafting nineteen year old kids. I ask given what he thought about the draft and he said he didn't really think they would do. It can then went on to add that he thought the draft was unfair since they spent all that money all those years on a volunteer army. Kevin added those volunteers and reserves knew the risks when signed up and that they should not need a draft.
"jim younger" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"You drive where you drive how you drive a little has a tire for you and gonna pull question we gonna stay with a poll question eleven we can switch it up I ate a couple other options I had a question do you like being invited to weddings were going to it what I what I'd like to be invited to Dan Levin charge wedding but not have to go yeah probably well I can I can to get on a plane you got to go to Miami and then in I insist the whole big deal ninety degrees here you get the gun I am me for a couple days and I'm I don't need to go to I wait for the Superbowl which is worse so how about not getting invited to a wedding I would have been okay if level tar did invite me I would have been okay what about a wedding you expect to be invited to and you don't get the imitation you find out in it happened four months ago that's never happened pull the US yes the club I find wedding stressful like a lot of small talk the dancing question yeah there's always the dancing moment yeah in in you know my condition for a good seven years was that I can't you know this arthritis I can't and then I but I my kidney stones so now I might be able to still use that as an excuse to not get on the dance floor and you know if sarahspain goes Hey you wanna dance I'm gonna have to go thank you the stones if if mean it combines says come on let's go the worse is when you go out with your wife to do the slow dance all the couples on the dance floor and then the transition into all the Sunday star plan out September you're stuck out there well what you try to do my strategy is if if your wife wants you to go out when it's a fast song an upbeat song you up tempos willing to say you get out there halfway through the song hoping then that the next song is going to be a slow song and then you you put in the effort and then it's that's the slow song home yes he you have to make your way to the middle of that dance floor as soon as possible because the worst place that he is on the outside that's where all the sinners are watching you it and saying that's why I don't dance that's exactly why I never get up and dance look at that guy and I've had that where there is a woman who's out there who's dancing by herself and then she gives you the coming here like come on out and dance mon and then I'll go on I he and then I just point to random parts of my body like I can't at my head yes what if they stop playing a slow song don't you think you got to be one of the first person people to reach out to your wife and bring her out to the dance floor as opposed to everyone else already did in that you're the only couple sitting at the table and now you feel compelled to also bring up that I could get any points for that no but you have to decide if you like the song okay thanks if I'm gonna put my my stuff on on display like I wanted to be something that is going to play to my strengths a slow romantic song and all the couples are going up you're after if your wife you don't have to sit there the to your your well sometimes you go you know want let everybody go out there it's just you and I talk get a little closer to me commissioner the cameras shooting on a couple for the video in the gonna steal your view with the two that we invited the just kind of factor miserable and didn't take part in the joy of the night I I went to one of my friends his daughter got married a couple weeks ago that's when I left to go to the emergency room with my kidney stones and and I so I guess I'm in one picture and it's me with my bald spot from behind like are you kidding me I had kidney stones I go to the reception and the one picture I see is me with my bald spot yeah what when my clients as you know has a slow song a dance for your wife in a transition to a fast song my wife wants to keep me out there I never lose contact with a like I'm tethered to her we're out in outer space I was going to keep my hands with her hands because once you break contact then you got to start all over your hands in some fashion above your head as you're dancing but if I'm a contact with my wife no one can really see what I'm doing poorly yes Michael little kids are good there I call on the human shield but my kids are getting too big the debts and you can sort of swing around you look you will now be a pause right you kit free space is the death of a bad dancer yeah yeah I wanna get a running back out in space you don't want to be out there is a doctor the I just saw this Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph's agent isn't ruling out any legal options in the aftermath of the late game melee on Thursday night Jim younger is a his agent I'm gathering all the information and no options have been removed from the table me see if there's anything else in here the agent tweeted about Thursday night's incident after the game there are many risk an NFL quarterback assumes every snap taken on the field being hit on your own covered head by a helmet being swung by a two hundred seventy five pound defensive end is not one of them tonight could have been could have had a catastrophic ending the matter will be reviewed thoroughly that's not going to make things better no it's not no it's not because I was saying if I'm miles Gerrit I'm reaching out to Mason Rudolph I want I want Mason rude off to say I heard from miles Gerrit he was very apologetic in the moment did something wrong and he knows that this will be with him the rest of his career something but it I mean it's not income upon Mason route off to do this but it is on miles care yes the if your miles Garrett and you're calling Mason rude often and I hated you just want to apologize I completely lost my head and you get back talk to my lawyer crap you'll be hearing from my lawyer oh dear Hey sorry about that I hitch in the head would you sign a waiver he was just actually I can you just email me that acceptance of my apologies please I just for my own personal like yes I feel better yes Wyclef I looked it up but I don't think there's ever been arrest for NFL but hi he said three big ones McSorley got probation for a year for choosing approbation for your Diaz's rally also spend a day in jail for on ice Albert Haynesworth no jail no jail no charges filed no charges filed because I hate you know no charge have charges been filed before in half again I haven't found it hockey several times because back when in one of the more vicious plays infamous plays Chuck Bednarik the hall of fame middle linebacker for the eagles clothes line Frank Gifford of the giants and Frank Gifford was in the hospital for a couple of weeks and really never recovered fully after that but that you were you were close lining people back then you were taking your helmet off to hit somebody so it's it's a different NFL and certainly with you know the protection lawsuit in a concussion lawsuit now they're overly protective of quarterbacks and this is a this one's going to be there for a little while for the commissioner to decide you know what kind of penalty is a just a maybe a swift family Tony was selling his on the sidelines last night working for Westwood One the former a Pro Bowl tackle for the jags he joins is getting ready to take off on his on a plane from Cleveland in kind enough to join is Tony have you seen anything like that before what's interesting in the moment you're sitting there just describing the action obviously content and parties counties culminated protecting this guy in in doing then maybe with a little too far but I think he's doing office wants most productive quarterback and in any time I get back I was didn't look as are we done you know they're not Twitter kind of you know for flashing back in selecting what happened in the usual you won't read and you heard I've never seen anything like that and I think we live in a culture day work that is a terrible situation it's inexcusable miles get but we always reacted saying this is the worst thing ever we'll just go back to the late seventies and early eighties and watch you know for help in the highlight you go watch the Lisle date on throwing Hellman jets office one a group that often so he seems to have happened where thankfully there's no place for it you cannot use a helmet as a weapon and I think the severe punishment for non but you know unfortunately there's a lot of emotions and guys lose sometimes and just snap and things happen that people are great yeah but you didn't have social media back in the seventies and the eighties and that's where you get the outrage Tony and I'm I'm wondering do you suspend my as is the rest of the season enough punishment for you yeah it is I think that's a huge bonus Minyard section financially the fact you know his reputation do individually you know what he loves it was also really hurt the team he's the best because the players by the best player in nineteen and lose him down the stretch is going to make it much more difficult for them but fall outs which is a huge impact organization so for me the knobs it sends a message that you can't use of there's no place for it and you know if you blow through miles Garrett young career you know you circle pushing and shoving matches with them things like that but there's never been a suspension but never been a major issue on the field with Sam reacting about what as an offense of linemen how do you defend what pounds he did our our turn you down I sort of watched on the broadcast I'm not sure I wouldn't do much different because as an office on lime in your sole job is to protect that guy June two year the info you're the guys out there trying to make sure nothing happens to me when you turn in see defensive player swing is helmet and contacting your quarterback all bets are off at that point and you got to go after the guy you got to protect your guy now the kicking you know at the end of it was probably that's too much but at the same time I'm not going to sit here and go after count you because I'm not sure of moving forward if you were going to invest in one of these two teams ohm's after the winter the Steelers after the loss well miles there were going to still nineteen the rest of the article the with the ground because I just I'm not a believer makes Murdoch I just don't see it and but within their inability to run the ball effectively along those lines struggled this year and then released a request Michael Morgan and ask your doctor I think that the fans which is outstanding last night you have to give a twenty one points with their consorts fields all night really cute too big plays on Friday they're really good I'm just not sure you know there's enough with makes it a lot now all teams of really easy schedule brown to be discussed localist your second now that's what happens when the user I. bangles years so both of them are still right now but the probably you know of the slide it the Browns but still have a better record so we'll see Tony I keep coming back to this team with all the penalties on discipline last night maybe a microcosm of that with the what happened with miles cared and comes back to the shoulders of Freddie kitchens your thoughts on Freddie kitchens keeping his job well I think we were way would be premature that's how we judge brownstone station and then as a team there's a young quarterback your guide to going green seeing that this year just because you can wear a bunch of stars that doesn't make Mateen Haider takes a seasoned veteran coach I think can really manage the personalities and that's not what this means a year ago he was running backs coach started seizing up mode off let's quarter next you know because they feel like some of them before they make in the head coach so he's learning on the job X. rays are a good guide you in the best you can but every situation is legal in our stock was first you when you have so many personalities and high expectations that will put on this year once last time you sat middle seat coach it was about it was about seven eight months ago what happened was our first class the but I was never like to after we are way over land if I had to make the decision I go stand by get a middle seats only forty five minute flight Jacksonville or wait three hours and I've never been on the road for a long time was tiredness at all suck it up and I really felt sorry.
Rudolph's agent weighs legal options from melee
"Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph's agent isn't ruling out any legal options in the aftermath of the late game melee on Thursday night Jim younger is a his agent I'm gathering all the information and no options have been removed from the table me see if there's anything else in here the agent tweeted about Thursday night's incident after the game there are many risk an NFL quarterback assumes every snap taken on the field being hit on your own covered head by a helmet being swung by a two hundred seventy five pound defensive end is not one of them tonight could have been could have had a catastrophic ending the matter will be reviewed thoroughly that's not going to make things better no it's not no it's not because I was saying if I'm miles Gerrit I'm reaching out to Mason Rudolph I want I want Mason rude off to say I heard from miles Gerrit he was very apologetic in the moment did something wrong and he knows that this will be with him the rest of his career something but it I mean it's not income upon Mason route off to do this but it is on
"jim younger" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Tom web caught trying to escape with the money. Another big score for the gang occurs on july seventh eighteen seventy six when robbed the missouri pacific railroad train and rocky cut missouri take fifteen thousand dollars if a keeping track the james younger game and robina rating for ten years now and they haven't lost any of the younger or the james brothers but then that changes in september of eighteen seventy six the good luck of the james younger gang comes to an end with their infamous failed attempt to rob the first national bank of northfield minnesota on september seventh acting bank cashier joseph lee heywood refuses to open the safe in ducks down and jesse doesn't care for it feels threatened scares him. He doesn't feel safe and he needs to clearly defend himself. He had been very foggy clear in that letter. Jesse put a pistol. All of the cashiers had shoots him dead and the shot is heard beyond the bank when the bank alarm goes off northfield citizens respond by opening fire upon the gang to northfield citizens killed in the shootout gang members charles pitts bill child well <hes> shot and killed bill chadwell. Excuse me cole jim bob younger all shot but managed to escape briefly. We do too their wounds their lot easier to track all three are captured over the next two weeks franken jesse escape make back to missouri unharmed but they're gangs over with with the younger brothers gone rather than give up on crime. The gang becomes the james gang and they just take on a little <hes> you know rating intermission lay low in tennessee for awhile but they'll get back to crime here shortly cole and jim younger would both spend the next twenty five years in the minnesota territorial prison in stillwater paroled in one thousand nine hundred one. Jim younger becomes engaged but is not allowed allowed to get married due to the terms of his parole and he kills himself in a hotel room in nineteen. Oh two at the age of fifty four cole reunite with frank james and toured the south frank <unk> and wild west show called the cole younger and frank james wild west company baba dived as i mentioned earlier at the age of thirty five in eighteen eighty nine in prison as the turmoil ensues around in the james brothers still live in their domestic lives on february six eight hundred seventy eight robert franklin james franken and he's only child is born franks walton..
"jim younger" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Where a gang of more more than one hundred guerrillas robbed the passengers of incoming train twenty four unarmed a wounded union soldiers were dragged from the train by the frenzied ruffians and murdered in cold blood. Ken bloody bill didn't fuck around the band of guerrillas followed by an experienced federal infantry about three miles south of centralia. The union forces were bushwack by the band and were nearly annihilated over over one hundred and twenty federal troops were killed. Only three of the guerrilla fighters were reported to have been killed in this battle. Both frank and jesse were part of this battle. Jesse is said to have killed union major a._b. Abby johnson and is credited with taking the lives of seven other men this day alone unclear a franken jesse took part in the massacre of unarmed union soldiers earlier in the day on october twenty six bloody bills guerrillas ambushed by union soldiers independence missouri. Several guerrillas were killed. Bill anderson himself is killed decapitated. <hes> jesse james and a few other guerrillas escaped the dead body of bloody bill. The blood drenched savage as he referred to by some pro union. Journalists was placed on public display before they cut his head off. Also anderson kept a rope to record his killings and there were reportedly fifty four knots found on the rope. The time is death. You can find picture taken of his body several hours after he was killed online if you do enjoy nightmares and he's only twenty three years old when he died and yeah and that is how you get a nickname bloody bill after death frank james follows quantrill and his raiders in kentucky jesse takes off with archie clement oney bills to tenants bushwalker known to be especially violent silence very bloody man himself after a winter raid an ambush late eighteen sixty four early eighteen sixty five quantrill raiders ambush themselves by union soldiers james wakefield's farm arm in kentucky on may tenth eighteen sixty five were many are killed and captured a cointreau himself shot twice paralyzed from the chest down. He soon dies from his wounds. In a military hospital the following month one of the captured guerrillas jim younger who recently joined the guerrillas future member of the james younger gang frank james revised ambush avoid capture. Jim younger captured yet but you know we're again you know become free and again joined that gang later for some more abandoning by the spring of eighteen sixty five all the principal confederate armies have now surrendered and when union cavalry captures the fleeing confederate president jefferson davis <hes> may tenth eighteen sixty five georgia resistance collapses and the war is is now over for for most in may of eighteen sixty five seventeen year old jessie rides in missouri carrying a white flag. He's ready to surrender. He's ready to be done with the war but the union troops he's riding towards are interested in accepting his surrender to this day. They opened fire. He gets shot in the chest for the second time barely survives crawling away to safety his legend and now grows further as does his hatred of the union. He'll make them pay and he'll never try surrendering again by early. February of eighteen sixty six now eighteen year old jesse has healed up and jesse and frank james meet with cole younger to form that gang the james younger gang and plan their first bank robbery. The war is over but these guys are far from done with fighting the jesse james. The james younger gang is fucking here sunday sunday sunday liberty missouri. The james younger gang takes on anyone standing in between them and the clay county savings bank. We'll sell you the whole seat but you'll only need the edge on february thirteenth eighteenth eighteen sixty six over ten members of the james younger gang robbed the clay county savings bank.
"jim younger" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Life over fireman worth the life of a bird, and that guy, Ed at the diner? It just stuck in my mind. I realized I couldn't leave this town until I talked to the people who lost the most. Whole name. Robert sweaters ski age fifty four Kathleen sweater ski ski the mother and the mother the guy died. Yeah. I guess that's it. But here watering well sitting around the kitchen table dogs and beer over there. Just brother-in-law's there too off Calvin cover debris, and I asked them to tell me about Jim. Softspoken? Smarten quite a character. They told me at first they were furious. They should never ever sent him in their angry at the forest service angry about this bird very now. Three decades later, I say you keep that little bird. Exactly really, Jim's younger brother, Robert said that the thing he wanted the most is for the kirtland warbler to become the state bird that would be the ultimate that would be the biggest ever would be. State bird. Well, I guess I guess in some ways I'm surprised I didn't mean to come here that speculations. But in some ways, I thought if it was my family that I would hate that bird. That bird. What's not the bird? I mean that bird. Didn't do anything to. You know, we can keep it going. I mean, that's what he's set out to do. Let's keep going. I think about Jim's death. Like the death of a soldier. Where would you be centigrade? We've lost all those soldiers in World War One World War Two. He died protecting up. It's only one species. Well, then it's gonna be another species and another species and another species next thing, you know, you walk out in the morning, and it'll be quiet. Thank God for teddy Roosevelt and the boys that made our national parks matching. What if we didn't have those it costs money, it's painful, blah,.
"jim younger" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Before on worth the life of bird, and that guy Ed at the diner, it just stuck in my mind. I realized I couldn't leave this town until I talked to the people who lost the most. Name Robert sweater ski age fifty four Kathleen sweater ski ski the mother and the mother guy died. Yeah. I guess that's it. But tea or water, we're all sitting around the kitchen table. Beer over there. Brother-in-law's there to off Calvin debris. And I asked them to tell me about Jim. Softspoken? Smarten quite a character. They told me at first they were furious. They should never ever sent him in their angry at the forest service angry about this bird very now. Three decades later, I say, you keep that little bird exactly really Jim's younger brother, Robert said that the thing he wanted the most is for the kirtland warbler to become the state bird. That would be the ultimate that would be the biggest ever would be state bird. I guess I guess in some ways I'm surprised I didn't mean to come here that guy patients, but in some ways, I thought if it was my family that I would hate that bird. Agitate that bird. That's not the word. I mean that burden. Do anything to. No, we can keep it going. I mean, that's what he set out to do. Let's keep it going. They think about Jim's death like the death of a soldier. Where would you be setting right now, we've lost all those soldiers in World War One World War Two. He died protecting us. It's only one species. Well, then it's gonna be another species and another species and another species next thing, you know, you walk out in the morning, and it'll be quiet. Thank African teddy Roosevelt and the boys that made our national parks managing what if we didn't have those it costs money, it's painful, blah, blah, blah..
"jim younger" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That was a hermit Thrush. Let me just play you a quick little time lapse twenty two seven right now sun's just coming up. And it's getting a little muggy out here. Curtains. We can't count them though. He's not in our. One way back that way. Yeah. But I'm not gonna Markham. Then because I don't know exactly where he's at. There you go. County now. No, no, no, no. We want to be a lot more accurate. We wanna triangulate them nine fifty six in all's well in the warbler would couple of answer by me. Yeah. They do a little bit. Yeah. There. Ten forty five AM. I know that there's a bird out there. I can still hear that burn me back, sir. So I ended up staying out there for seven and a half hour. Just marked one, right? Mark one. And I don't mean to sound like I'm making fun of Dave. I mean, he's doing his job. Well, but at some point in between the fire ants and taking four hours to confirm this one bird. I just started thinking about all the effort. It takes Rosa trees owner from us. And we can't just suddenly thought. Fussy fragile little bird it hasn't evolved. Who cares? I mean, this is not worth it. And so I started asking people who protect the bird, why do so much money, and it's all for a bird, and I could see it. Maybe if it was for some, but it's just one warbler of eighteen million different kinds of warblers. Why do it? We do because we should you know, we're stewards of the land. That's Chris mincing again cowherd killer. It's for future generations. And here's the fire starter, dick Lord. All the curtains warbler was listed under the Endangered Species Act, and we had a charge under the law to do what we could to recover its existence. And that's the only thing that I can say that. Know we had to do what the law required us to do. So we should do it in the law tells us we have to do it. Unconvincing and that question for before on worth the life of bird, and that guy at at the diner, it just stuck in my mind. I realized I couldn't leave this town until I talked to the people who lost the most. Full name Robert sweaters age, fifty four Kathleen sweater ski ski the mother and the mother the guy died, I guess, that's it. But ice tea or watery where else sitting around the kitchen table dogs and beer over there since brother-in-law's there two's off Calvin cover, debris, and I asked them to tell me about Jim Guy. Softspoken? Smarten quite a character. They told me at first they were furious. They've never ever sung him in their angry at the forest service angry about this bird. Now, three decades later, I say, he keeps Albert exactly really Jim's younger brother, Robert said that the thing he wanted the most is for the kirtland warbler to become the, but that would be the ultimate that would be the biggest ever would be state. I guess I guess in some ways I'm surprised I I. Didn't mean to come here that their patients, but in some ways, I thought if it was my family that I would hate that bird. Advocate that bird. That's not the word. I mean that bird didn't do anything to. You know, if we can keep it going. I mean, that's what he's set out to do. Let's keep it going. They think about Jim's death any of the military like the death of a soldier. Where would you be setting right now, we've lost all those soldiers in World War One World War Two that he died protecting us. It's only one species, then it's gonna be another species and another species and another species next thing, you know, you walk out in the morning, and it'll be quiet. Thank God for teddy Roosevelt, and the boys that made our national parks managing what if we didn't have those it costs money, it's painful, blah, blah, blah. Gotta have the guts to do that. And Jim was really that kind of guy that is convincing. Yeah. But I mean, do you agree. I asked them on. What can I say? The birds are coming back, but the guard. So why bring it up again? It's done. If you can't bring it back. So. You have to live with it. But there's always a hole in your heart. Something that none of us ever forget forever. Don't ask me anymore questions. Please. And then. The power went out. Break. Homegoods generator. Miller..
"jim younger" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Was up on the hill yesterday giving a pretty sober assessment of north korea's nuclear capabilities i want to play a little bit of an exchange he had with ranking member senator robert menendez let's listen jim younger today possesses the most robust nuclear program he has ever had and as a result is constantly the summit he's still possesses is they're concerned that cancelling the summit does leave the north in a stronger position here well i think the summit again like i said we've known that if there's any scintilla that kim jong back away from his position commitment it wouldn't be held so at what what the danger is of course is that kim jong un decides to completely break his promise and that's been the danger of his father and his grandfather they've been down this road multiple times made promises broke those promises that's the north korea that we know what we're trying to do with our with our pressure is to get to a new era of relationships with north korea where they do follow through on their commitments and they are welcomed back to the global community i want to talk about what comes next in just a moment but i also wanna address south korea's response to this because they were caught off guard they didn't know this was coming down the pike the south korean president was forced to call an emergency cabinet meeting or a midnight in seoul trying to wrap his head around all this are you concerned that the way this was handled undermines america's reputation as a reliable ally in the region act according to the us best interest and we have to make sure that we continue our work with south korea in the alliance to achieve our mutual goals and that's denuclearization.
"jim younger" Discussed on Historical Figures
"In the fight but it was a losing battle one young bandit died frank james as well as coal bob and jim younger sustained bad wounds the bandits fled with the younger kohl's forced to split up bob's heavy wounds slow the youngest progress allowing authorities to easily catch up bob died in the process and thirties arrested jim and coal the james brothers fared better but it wasn't easy going they rode hard for nearly two weeks stealing horses undergoing horrific unrelenting rain and going days without food frank was still injured but in the end they escaped after this failure in the fall of eighteen seventy six jesse and frank relocated their families again in tennessee under fake names the james brothers were known to be pleasant and well dressed jesse always wanted to brag even claimed he knew a lincoln son jesse and zee had a pair of twins on february twenty eighth eighteen seventy eight when jesse was thirty this joy was shortlived though the twins died shortly after their birth their death certainly didn't help jesse's increasing tendency toward dark moods and paranoia still z gave birth to their daughter mary james on july seventeenth eighteen seventy nine when jesse was thirty one baby mary like the rest of her family went by an alias even with two small children at home jesse couldn't resist the call of his old bandit lifestyle he recruited a new gang now just the james gang and the crimes began a new on october eighth eighteen seventy nine the james gang stole forty thousand dollars from the chicago alton and saint louis train at glendale missouri it was just like old times jesse and frank a new gang and train robberies however two things change for thirty two year old jesse i he became increasingly.
"jim younger" Discussed on Historical Figures
"On january first eighteen sixty five the bushwacker continued to fight but by may thirteenth eighteen sixty five the war was officially over the south had lost in may of eighteen sixty five seventeen year old jessie road to lexington missouri to surrender and take the mandatory ironclad oath missouri required a former confederates in southern sympathizers it allowed them to stay legal free citizens but stripped them of their right to vote on his way into lexington jesse was recognized by union soldiers as one of anderson's bushwacker so they shot him in the chest in jesse's view he had been tricked and mistreated once again by the union abolitionists and that wasn't the only reason he felt that way due to the new voting restrictions on former confederates missouri was politically turning northern due to these new laws this was despite a large pro slavery pro confederate population injured now in both body and spirit jesse went into hiding and was nursed back to health by zeralda mims she was his first cousin on his father's side but named after his mother she went by z to avoid confusion despite being two years older than jesse z was enamored with his southern heroism and good looks jesse was sandy haired blue eyed in known to be quite charming to those he liked the to quickly became engaged jesse healed physically but the bushwacker is weren't ready to give up the fight the james and cole brothers reunited to form their own gang and hit the union where it hurt their newly formed bank system on february thirteenth eighteen sixty six the james younger gang committed the first armed bank robbery in history frank james cole and jim younger and nine other gang members stole sixty two thousand dollars from the clay county savings bank in liberty missouri.
"jim younger" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"I remember i remember what you start as a kid and watching the likes of let's spend khalsa and then as we taught on like we we go to the molly with not skis i honestly jack types you know what you know the oldest wash box of john h winning the world's strongest jolly that's right how did you may you know free english guys who actually woman tile on in the back of the head from age like five or six i want to win it was cold on yourself with us right to me did you ever have a moment where you you know were lifting with some people and you just realize you were way different jim younger yeah just when you were young you know going go into local gym or something and i don't know your buddies pickup two hundred pounds and you pick up like six hundred was there ever like some sort of weird realization like wow i'm i'm kind of different than everybody or was it all just stuff that you had to really truly work for it was still five really truly would for there's time i have a walk into a gym was about fifteen years old and for remember rightly i just a hundred and forty kilo says so it's still just the i my fifteen is all about three hundred and fifty pounds maybe yeah that's a lot i just realized from day one but that's because i was you know so an olympic stunted swimmer i don't.
"jim younger" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"An inch of ice accumulation on some services uh maybe about a tenth of inches sleet accumulation and we might have a brief changeover to snow early sunday morning so we could see addressing a snow during a joint news conference friday bob backer district maintenance engineer with mode odd says they'll have fully staffed crews out on the roads throughout the weekend both pre treating and trying to melt the ice that does accumulate police have found a human remains believed to be those of a missing afoul falun misery woman a ground search yesterday of an area near highway k and technology drive turned up to be remains believed to be those of kellie steinegger she's been missing since december six the st charles county medical examiner's office has scheduled an autopsy for today authorities do not believe that foul play was involved in stein eggers death a possible thawing of relations between north and south korea of south korea says that north korean leader kim jonghoon has invited south korean president moon jaein for a summit meeting in the north cbs's don kirk has more from seoul jim's younger sister kim jong extended the invitation to move through the letter stating group brothers desert ju improved northsouth relations the summit if it happens will be the third between leaders of north and south korea the first in nearly eleven years the israeli military shoots down an iranian drone that infiltrated the country early today and also struck iranian targets in syria that launched the drown more from correspondent robert burger israeli warplanes launched airstrikes inside syria after an iranian drone on infiltrated israel and was shot down the israeli army described it as a largescale attack against iranian targets in syria and israeli f sixteen was shot down and crashed inside israel in one of the most serious flareups since the syrian civil war erupted seven years ago robert burgers cbs news jerusalem well we've been talking about what kind of weather might be coming in will get you a check of the forecast from accu weather meteorologist brian thompson that's coming up this morning at five forty km lacks news time is 530 face the finals come celebrates one of the most iconic.
"jim younger" Discussed on WEEI
"Make that phone call the san francisco twenty minutes before a sit there and said john lynch hey you interested garoppolo you think there was evidence before the goose they're all interested they wanted cousins real bad but a threat if if our toll road jimmy's out there and you know these teams are all a alert who didn't have a quarterback some had phase one face to i want to jim younger get going to your cousins probably for the same price and about belgium finally calls in says okay the senate will break but i'm not arguing the point but that if you're if you're if you're bill bella check and you can't carried that cap the franchise kept number the debt number on your cap next year you sit here and say it what are you supposed to do tom brady is not falling apart at age forty though he made play another two three four five years what you do in that situation i get that part of it that bella checks looking at it garoppolo kept play for us and by the way of garoppolo stolnis on this team right now he would go into the offseason and they would that they would give up that franchise tag they would hurt themselves in other areas with this football team and you talked about it earlier they need help in the offseason on the defensive front of the negative money right pick up spent some money kidding players if you would put forty million of your cap money into one position the quarterback position you're not capable of doing it at me rials autarkic rebels spilled it right ankara poll still doesn't play though is no one in you get sign up for three years is thirty years old but if he becomes a superstore endlessly and there is the possibility based on what was seen through the first five games here if he does it's going to be questioned for years to come it'll be you know the biggest screw up by bella check and by the way i haven't been many over the years all right so it's going to stand out that you only got let's say the fortieth pick 37th pick in a draft that's the best you could do we'll look at pickups got years ago culpable was available air breeze with available yes miami truck culpepper they made a mistake if.
"jim younger" Discussed on WEEI
"Make that phone call the san francisco twenty minutes before and you sit there and said john lynch hey interested garoppolo we think there was evidence before the goose they're all interested they wanted cousins real bad but a photo griff if a toll road jimmy's out there and you know these teams are all a alert who didn't have a quarterback some had phase one face to i want to jim younger get going to your cousins probably for the same price and at about belgium finally calls in suzuka in front of a break but i'm not arguing the point but that if you're if you're if you're bill bella check and you can't carry that cap the franchise kept number the debt number on your cap next year you sit here and say what are you supposed to do tom brady is not falling apart at age forty though he may play another two three four five years what do you do in that situation i get that part of it that pella checks looking at it garoppolo kept play for us and by the way if garoppolo stole the on this team right now he would go into the offseason and they would that they would give up that frenchus tag they would hurt themselves in other areas with his football team and you talked about it earlier they need help in the offseason on the defensive front of money right pick up spencer money getting players if you would put forty million of your cap money into one position to quarterback position you're not capable of doing it at me rival utah spilled up right i grew up all still doesn't play though is illegal in you get sign up for three years he's thirty years old but if he becomes a superstore in.
"jim younger" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Just a smother the tight end june whether it's laurent or path he just you just grab that guy you don't let him get out in the pattern it and if it's run you know you just plow right through set the edge and as you say as you were grapple a kind of a a a more slender tied ran out yet terrible exigent yeah jim younger operations uranium graham vandals grams families grandera yeah absolutely are at an a big watch for a convey on the slides you'll have that big satellite dish right yeah in autumn now brought in california i a moroccan this lime green bini and then it occurred to me my god that seok colors my bad it's no statement on one carry oxygen hampered now no one's really going to be mocking in my view okay utah nobody melody kobe's nobody my mother gerhard sorry melody eyes he's now listening right now look here's the deal that they should have won the game in seattle you know they had every opportunity i don't think that this seattle team right now carries that same cash shane like i said there's a new group of foreigners anyway they don't don't care about 8 straight els they care about the team they're going to play today the team leaving game claiming four for two weeks so i want to see if there's you know maybe a few wrinkles i want to see a lot of carlos high today he's fit in the nfc in rushing yards six in the nfc and yards from scrimmage i mean give together and there's been times where they've gone away from him let me long period let him east if you give him uh all you will have some measure success and guess if carla sides on the field round the ball russell wilson can't hurt you because he standing on the sidelines so i'm standing next to you in the green bean exactly i will be on the seattle sideline so there you off yeah i'm interested to see how this team takes the field as a team now with a win in yeah okay was over the horrible giants fine but they got the tastes that in i'm really glad you brought up that raiders wearing john in the way they played the.
"jim younger" Discussed on KOIL
"Said yeah we got a bit of the you know we did a lot of this stuff this back engineering style but we will do it because we we needed to work on the you to work on other spike he also said that there were times where they had the basically time the movement of the satellites satellites will were they would basically bring on cardboard cutouts of aircraft and they would set them up on the tarmac so the russians with their work on some use new vehicle or something and did you know that they would do to play jokes on the russians the satellites will pass over but he did indicate and i thought it was a super the tongan it was amazing sevilla tung the if you want to talk aliens and if you want to talk crash retrievals if you want to talk about all that he needed tied pattern worked at wrightpatterson air force base absolutely your something throw employees if you use all turks so straight out of marfa texas okay light note martha lights and i thought the border patrol the settlers in east it'll come up where in each day will fly correlation and he said it's gotten to the point that posting a her agents going in the area to worry about the light won't by chill what about the big explosion whereas owner you know we've been talking about what the phoenix lights and and all of a sudden his the kingman light large light huge light exploding over zone of this morning early morning scaring people knocking them out of their bed that's really creepy this stuff like that happens and once again we blink and things like that go down and we not one p from our government about how healthy failed to protect us from falling rocks from space so a rusty i really appreciate your law that i thank you so much for giving us that information you have a good night let's go to jim in washington hi jim younger hi there it is an honor to speak with you mr lewis thank you for giving me about it on your show i think it's funny mentioned dugway proving ground the moment ago that was part of my call according.
"jim younger" Discussed on KXL 101 FM News
"Six seven three three seven and we go to jim in texas i jim younger on zero i thought in only yes right we're going to do what you're talking about here my gut showed us coming up this fall it's going to start was stout it's a direction verified by an start vision the president of ticket wait and i think it's the right out the outcome president it didn't hurt cap may just short mike garrett falling whatever and you talk about defense nation bang i kind of power it didn't hurt era he made now we're talking about this but it didn't hurt you have it you know but one person used to kick leader jones will become president then i like the designated than visors the designated president or something i don't know where they call this but yeah well yeah yeah there were david programming has for a woman president for some time and a black president for some time now they're programming us for cabot being destroyed there are their programming us for the somebody being voted on selected as you know marshall up hours are inactive because of a didn't their destruction of washing dc visit this is something that really crease me out because you know a few weeks ago we were talking about politically motivated assassinations a were talking about but the trump said what he spoke about the second amendment and the sabres supporters inferring or it indicate he did something about you know have a sassy hillary and then of course the hillary it helped seeing was in the in the news and now both hillary am trump are said to be healthy but there's us news world report comes out with what happens if one of them die or the sassy into drops off the ticket what's going to happen i don't know it's scary targets conch that you know there is a given.