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"john faulkner" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"Uneasiness about her. We had overtaken his own personal satisfaction about winning the race. He wasn't just concerned. That Jacqueline Guerrero had been cheated out of a medal. Like we'll clooney. He was worried about the effect. A scandal like this might have on the sport a whole before going onto the set. Rogers pulled Ruis aside and privately delivered a stern warning. He told her that if anything had gone wrong during the marathon she needed to admit it as soon as possible ruis hesitated. Tears appeared at the corners of her eyes for a split second. Rogers believed that we was going to confess instead. Released shook her head and crying. Repeatedly stated that she'd won legitimately Rogers decided to let it go for the moment and the two went ahead with the TV appearance by the time of their TV interview. The whispers about release at grown ladder and suspicion escalated the TV host citing an article written by a running expert in the New York. Post asked both Ruis Ann Rogers about the reported belief that her improvement from the New York. Marathon to Boston was physically impossible. Rogers answered diplomatically. Saying that while improvement is possible. He couldn't conceive of a twenty minute improvement. He then said that Ruis would need to resolve. These questions. Ruis herself remained quiet outside the TV studio. The controversy only mounted that morning race director will cloney announced that he had opened an investigation into the allegations against Roe zero. We's it wouldn't be an easy or straightforward task to determine whether Rosie Ruiz cheated the Boston. Marathon didn't record the times of every individual runner as they reached one of the races. Numerous checkpoints instead. The marathon only recorded the numbers of the first one hundred runners at each checkpoint since the first one hundred runners were all male. None of the women's times were recorded at any checkpoint. Instead of relying on checkpoint evidence Clooney would need to closely review recordings of the TV broadcast an eye witness testimony a team of experts including Katherine Switzer reviewed three sets video from the race and couldn't identify Rosie Ruiz on any of them nor could they find her. We is on one of the informal lists of the top five women runners at any point in the race as the scrutiny intensified Rosie. Ruiz returned home to New York City but she couldn't escape the controversy. The press was beginning to hound. Her now explicitly questioning the validity of her victory. The questions only got louder as the story grew into a nationwide scandal. The concerns led the New York marathon to open their own investigation into releases. Twenty third place finish reporters dug into Rosie Ruiz. His life story traveling to Miami and Nebraska searching for clues. They didn't find much. Though classmates. At Wayne State College did remember that. Ruiz was an avid jogger. Her we sought refuge in her apartment from the constant media. Attention but dog had reporters still followed some even resorted sneaking past the building security guards to go directly to release his door eventually released into roommates abandoned the apartment and move somewhere secret their release hunker down and try to ride out the storm with the constant media attention and the looming threat of disqualification release felt as though she were living in a nightmare throughout every interaction with a roommate's friends or reporters who manage to track down. Ruiz never wavered. She stuck to her story. She had run the entire race. Meanwhile investigations continued in both Boston in New York to determine if she was lying in Boston officials and reporters interviewed the runners finished next to none of them saw her during the race in New York officials reviewed videotape of every runner. That crossed the finish line and couldn't find Ruis. None of the mounting circumstantial evidence was enough. However for Boston. Marathon director will clooney to disqualify. Rosie ries with so much attention on the marathon and the investigation. He felt as though he needed proof beyond the shadow of a doubt he needed something. More concrete like clear eyewitness testimony. John Faulkner Harvard Senior was jogging by the marathon with his hand on April twenty. First as they went past the crowd at Kenmore Square they witnessed a woman in a yellow shirt running. Strangely through the crowd she entered the race in its final mile. Faulkner didn't think much of it at the time assuming that someone would stop her or realized she jumped into the race. The next morning faulkner opened his copy of the Boston Globe and saw photograph of Rosie Ruiz on the front page announcing her as the winner of the marathon. It was the same woman he saw jump into the race. Faulkner initially didn't want to involve himself but after cajoling from his roommates he finally agreed to call the Boston Globe. And tell a reporter what he'd seen. Meanwhile in New York another eyewitness reached out. Susan Moro the woman who had befriended released during the New York. Marathon was watching the news when report about the Boston. Marathon came on. Moro immediately recognized the marathon winner as the same woman. She'd met on the subway as the news. Report continued covering the controversy. Around Louise's finish Moro began to feel nervous. She didn't know what to do. After some deliberation moral decided to contact the New York Times the next day on Wednesday April twenty third. The Boston Globe published John faulkners eyewitness account early that morning reporters. A news vans arrived at Harvard eager to interview him that night. The New York Marathon director told reporters that he didn't believe Ruis could even run one mile at the pace. She claimed to have run an entire marathon with evidence against her mounting Rosie. Ruiz called a press conference the next day. Her only ally. Steve Merrick stood beside her and warned reporters ahead of time that he'd end the press conference if it turned into a carnival. Susan Morrow attended the press conference at the invitation of New York Times reporter. The reporter asked Mario if Ruis was the woman she'd seen riding the subway during the New York. Marathon more said without question. It was the same woman as cameras snapped. Rosie Ruis stood in front of a skeptical crowd of reporters. Despite Merrick's warning the reporters were noisy and hostile given the published accounts of John Faulkner. Many of the reporters expected release to confess admit that she cheated and end the entire controversy instead with a slight smirk on her face. Rosie Ruis once again. Insisted that she'd run the race moreover. She blamed the media for the controversy claiming their coverage was unfair and that any unknown runner. Who won the marathon would be subjected to the same scrutiny and skepticism that she was although Ruis continued to vociferously deny the allegations of cheating. The tide was already turning against her and it wouldn't be long before her entire house of cards came tumbling down. Thanks again for listening to sports criminals. We'll be back next week with part two. Rosie ruas story. We'll see how her story eventually crumbled and how her life was affected after the truth was revealed. You can find all episodes of sports criminals and all other park has originals for free on spotify. Not only spotify already. 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"john faulkner" Discussed on The CyberWire
"Any of my fellow countrymen as probably to evade eight prosecution the checks and balances it will drop the virus. It's interesting that we could also saw that. They pulled them power Shell code they've all all kinds of methodologies we've seen several things and they would lock down your whole system and they're relatively quick in doing so to when they started tripped a build. Take a configuration file and that configuration file. That has all the details for the virus. That configuration file will able to extract. We can get some other telemetry funding and we'll tell you like okay. What files to exclude? What are the command and Control Server addresses to reach out to what is the affiliate? Id What's the campaign ninety and things like that when we compare it it has to gang crab is that was the the other competitor and we see similarity to the way you're also generated rated and that has a very very similar function almost identical to the one that's in crafts. That was for us a interesting observation to this is the notion here that perhaps Absa folks who developed this had access to the source code for Gan Cram yet you phrase that actually right. There's a lot of speculation going on would between all the vendors because everybody wants to state it and and I understand from McAfee and I have to say this week on extensive research the whole team with toned down this you stated excellently correct there are functions with insulin Makida show high similarity with gang crab and that could indicate indicate that at some point they had either access to the source code which could beat a case or some people will say the former developers. But we don't have of all those answers but based on that do that there has been some kind of sharing would be indicating voluntarily but there is a code overlap. So it's important time. They have have to have access to portions of the code of gang crab it also has the functionality that it can work as a wiper yes that is a function option. You could programming your conduct file in. It wiped stuff's but that is detrimental to the whole ransomware campaign is some key be. Actually it is proud for the fact that they're decrypt Worked really well so if you white stuff you won't get back. And that's that's not in interest if the actor but they could hand hand on destructive purposes so you could repurpose ovum key for even more evil deeds but indication that we have seen. It's mostly focused on financials so there will always have a possibility to get your files back. And they're proud of that to ransomware. That crypto doesn't work right. I think the last time we spoke we spoke about riot that they had a lot of mistakes in it. He's actually proud like hey. If you pay US you'll get your files back. We have one hundred percent or near one hundred percent guarantee of decryption Shen. It's interesting to think about the criminals hanging their hat on that taking pride in their work in that sort of way it is a very interesting dynamic yes in terms of of the encryption itself. Then what's going on under the hood and wooden. Your estimation is the level of sophistication that they're using here under the it's very solid. We've been looking again crap for a while. That was quite solid as well. We actually managed to build several vaccines and for gang crap. The roof several decrypt. I there ransomware. Their Yousef encryption. They know what they're doing it's powerful we haven't found any flaws yet. There's no public descriptors out there. So they donor order stuff. They're good that case. And what are they doing in terms of obfuscation in hiding themselves as they're going about their business. What has several functions to do that? One of the interesting things is at downloads. The actual payload thrown back to a pace site so it doesn't even when you get infected. Did I if it doesn't directly get delivered on your system you your computer beacons out to a paste inside and pulls down the coke there. It has privilege escalation collation techniques. The has several other functions one of the relation to needs to see a two thousand eighteen. Eighty four fifty three. Heaven's Gate on point they do some pretty good stuff and I'm not the most technical one I have to admit We have. That's why it's a team effort. Our team is We have some really talented reverses. And he said he as well as wow. I've looked at gang crab in at other interests. But these these guys know what they're doing the skates strings inside their malware all kinds of little tricks just to make it a little bit harder for own reverses an in terms of people protecting themselves against this. What are your recommendations? I would suggest getting a good Av. We do see that. RDP's heavily targeted so make sure you're RTP access if you have. It is locked down or mill actions axes ensure to update and patch it. That you're not vulnerable to the latest exploit them the CV two thousand nineteen. I think uh-huh seven hundred eight or the leuke for nobility undoing just in the top head and if you have a managed service providers because aid what predominantly target businesses. Have that frank discussion with your speed. And and say hey how you exiting my network. Are you using multi factor authentication in order. You just jumping in on high privilege to count. These are things that I think are very important to take a closer look at the people who trust within your network within your organization organization or you work with you suppliers and see if there if how their security system is set up and backups. Obviously backups predominantly offsite. When you have they have some backups not connected network the most essential stuff that you have to run your business back that up in store it because these actors they know what? Look if you have backups that are connected to the network. They know where to find that. Do you have any sense for the growth of this in other words is the proliferation of key be increasing racing or are they. Are they staying about the same. Or are they decreasing. How successful de Suppose they are? They're successful in one of our other blocks. We traced the the income of a couple of actors affiliates who openly stated that. They're working for a new ransomware version and wheeling tuned together that it has to be so in keeping that is scary. It's about three thousand dollars in one weekend and one of the actors had a while I call like a cold store or this is ransomware savings things and that was Exceeding four and a half million dollars. So so we're dealing with people with deep pockets. That's a scary scary thoughts that they have that that type of stuff I and it's not slowing down. I look at the actors on the forums. And sometimes they say while okay developers might say well we'll take a break or we need new people. Okay join our program but judging speaking to my industry peers we see combat can come back and it's in it's often in the headlines and that's the that's the words thought that it's They're successful what they do. It's interesting to me that Howl ransomware has become part of the ecosystem. It doesn't seem like it's going anywhere. Sure no no. Extortion is one of the oldest crimes and I think one of the earliest forms of ransomware. They actually made you do money. Transfer or wire transfer A to a bank account in Panama. That was with the AIDS ransomware with the bitcoin coming. A We had the first affiliate programs with Fecta Wall and see to be locker and and now we see that there's more with Sam Sam Damore targeted attacks are coming and we're dealing with maturity curve with the activator. They it used to be that the the actors trying to spread out the ransomware are not the most sophisticated but we see a maturity curve for them as well and they're getting better and better using exploits or a remote management software to infect complete networks and systems they have RTP cracking crews as we call him so they outsourced. I do the Labor to other people who on mass try to break in computer systems by brute forcing RTP credentials on from there they. They're actually act. is a legitimate pen testing team. Almost like I I run a routine within McAfee and they do. They launched similar techniques to use similar tools as my team does in just in order to get a better field network at all high privileged accounts include control and when they have control then they can launch their attack so it is evolving. It's scary and I'm I'm worry where it's going. Yeah whereas you look towards the horizon would you see where would you suspect. We aren't going if you look at thorough on right now we see from where we have the spray impre attacks where there's one system affected now onto a whole network. The attention on local government take on corporate networks. I think in the short term or near future I think an additional thing would be that they will try to milk that network even more so before encrypting it excavating data than encrypting it. And then later on if it's sensitive information or it's information at the end of the quarter back to the company and saying okay. We got the sensitive information view of. We stole this and we want to disclose this so you have to pay us again. Something like that back or because they are on a network and exposed to a lot of sensitive maybe personal data us harvest credit cards of other nets already happening on a smaller all at scale with other versions well harvest credit card credentials in all these things from the US on an orange so you could be an employee and then all of a sudden you get a fraught raw in your car and then two days three days later so TV hips for instance. I think that's that's the stuff we might be seeing future. Our thanks to John Faulkner from McAfee for joining us the research is titled McAfee. Tr Analyzes so dinner key Aka a are evil ransomware as a service. What the code tells us? We'll have a link in the show notes thanks to juniper networks for sponsoring our show you can learn more at juniper dot net slash security or connect with them on twitter or facebook and thanks to unveil for their sponsorship. 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"john faulkner" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"It's going to turn and there are a lot of variables serials between now and then what i do know is as of right now given the size of the storm even if it turns and heads of the eastern seaboard if you were headed to due east florida to the beach on the atlantic jacksonville amelia island fernandina beach clark howard's house. You probably don't want to go there now for labor day. You probably want to avoid florida. Sorry if you were edited disneyworld. Sorry <hes> you may c._b._s. Disneyworld but but i kinda doubt it i wouldn't do it now. When we come back. Let us shift gears again. We need to talk about the democratic primary that shaping up and the state of play. There's actually some pretty consistent polling trends now. It's too early to say oh so and so it was gonna win the election but there are some trends we should pay attention to that are starting to shape up in the bowling. That looked like they'll stick around long term. It is eric erickson here atlanta's evening news on w. s. b. I wanna talk about greta thunberg but before i do i i got a mention the story there's a thirteen year old in minnesota. <hes> jakulan faulkner and john faulkner decided decided to start a little business stand in front of his house in minnesota is going to sell two dollar hot dogs and one dollar softdrinks sodas as they call it at c._n._b._c. but there's a problem one of his neighbors they don't know which neighbor a neighbor emailed and complain to the min- minneapolis health department and health inspectors well the hand to carry out the law so they had to shut down so they showed up at his house in. Here's what what happened. They told him that somebody complained and that he was run. Afoul of health regulations ends because he selling cooked food so what'd they do. They decided to work with the kid. The health inspectors taught him about food handling at no charge. They taught him how to get his hot dog. Stand up to code they. They work with him to pass the inspection for code after teaching him how to keep it in code and then they paid the eighty seven dollar fee for short-term short-term food permit for him and gave it to him july sixteenth and it took off <hes> he nell serves a lunch crowd between eleven and three and he he's working. It's a he's a thirteen year old doing this. He's selling between one hundred hundred fifty. The hot dogs a day. He's using his own money to buy his own school clothes and he wants to keep it going after school if he can figure out a way how that the you know you hear these stories in there always just aggravating 'cause it's bureaucrats who get complainer something and they wind up shutting kids lemonade stand or something like that this was this was well played by the minneapolis health department shame on whoever complained but well played by them in the kid learned a valuable label lifeless and good good for him. That's a good story now. Greta thunder granted thunberg is an autistic sixteen year old <hes> she describes herself as autistic a spectrum as burgers in fact the left says it is a superpower for her because it allows her to be brash and rude and not care about people's feelings when she gives them the plane awful truth that we're we're all going to die you see greta thunberg has bought into the cult of climate change. The whole world is coming to an end unless something happens and she's going all over europe declaring that we need acts of civil disobedience in random protests and then coming to the united states and in the united states coming to a climate change summit where she's demanding the same thing and you're not allowed to question her because she's a sixteen year old. It really is amazing gene. How the cult of climate change has set this thing up what the lift is again. You gotta remember this is this is a religion in has all the trappings of religion legitimate in greta thunberg has become a priestess of the secular religion..
"john faulkner" Discussed on KTRH
"Our top story. A former death row inmate convicted of killing a Houston cop is innocent. According to a special prosecutor appointed by the Harris County BA John rarely told reporters he found no evidence that Alfred Brown killed the officer in store clerk in a two thousand three robbery. None of us must ever be afraid of the truth. It does no Justice to offer. Clark to convict the wrong person an appeals court overturned Brown's conviction in two thousand fifteen because prosecutors withheld phone records supporting his alibi Brown spent twelve years behind bars. A teacher for clear creek ISD has been arrested on child pornography? Charges officials say they arrested Kennedy John Faulkner at his home early this morning. His arrest was part of a joint investigation of bobbing. Homeland security and the US attorney's office. Find no is a teacher at clear creek high school if convicted faces two counts of possession or promotion of child pornography. School officials say they sent a letter home to parents are learning them of his arrest. Giambra NewsRadio seven forty KTAR age. The Harris County sheriff's office announced the results of an animal. Cruelty? Sweep they've been conducting for the past few days. Mara Alvarado with the sheriff's office says there were multiple arrests the initiative actually took about three days. So we had a forty five warns that we had to search for out of the one hundred forty five we arrested Twenty-one animal abusers most charges were animal. Cruelty charges and misdemeanors for animal abandonment. KTAR h news time twelve oh three. President Trump will headline the conservative political action conference. And the crowd. There is already been warmed up the conservative CPAC conference in national harbor, Maryland already the scene of some lively discussion warning of the consequences of the democrat party's embrace of socialism. New York.
"john faulkner" Discussed on KTRH
"One. Our top story. A former death row inmate convicted of killing a Houston cop is now declared innocent, according to a special prosecutor appointed by the Harris County DA John really told reporters today he found no evidence that Alfred Brown killed the officer in store clerk in a two thousand three robbery. None of us must ever be afraid of the truth. It does no Justice to officer Clark to convict the wrong person. An appeals court overturned Brown's conviction in two thousand fifteen because prosecutors had withheld phone records supporting his alibi. Brown spent twelve years behind bars a teacher for the clear creek ISD arrested on child pornography. Charges officials say they arrested Kenneth John Faulkner at his home early this morning. His arrest was part of a joint investigation of bobbing. Homeland security and the US attorney's office. Find knows the teacher clear creek high school if convicted faces two counts of possession or promotion of Cal pornography. School officials say they sent a letter home to parents are learning them of his arrest. Giambra NewsRadio seven forty K Terry age, the National Transportation Safety board says they have recovered the black box of the cargo jet that crashed into trinity bay last weekend. The NTSB hoping to use the cockpit voice recorder to determine what led to the plane crash? The atlas air flight which was being operated on behalf of Amazon plunged into the water about forty miles southeast of its Houston destination last Saturday. All three crew members on board were killed the Harris County sheriff's office announcing the results of an animal cruelty. Sweet they've been conducting for the past few days Maro Alvarado with sheriff's office says there were multiple arrests the initiative actually took about three days we had a five warns that we had to search for out of the hundred and forty five we arrested Twenty-one animal abusers most charges were animal. Cruelty and animal abandonment charges. KTAR h news time ten three. President Trump will headline the conservative political action conference tomorrow in the crowd. They're already getting warmed up conservatives. Cpac conference in national harbor, Maryland already the scene of some lively discussion warning of the consequences of the democrat party's embrace of socialism. Chaste Hammas on out. Because a bunch of New York socialists said that by the way, let's pause for a second one was Amazon doing you're doing a nationwide..
"john faulkner" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"I had on his his sixty four thousand dollar question with that being said is there a situation that you believe it's warranted that somebody who does receive preferential treatment compared to us as a professional. Everybody's different. Every coach is different. You all get treated differently. I was treated differently by every single coach I've ever had different than other players. But that's because that's not a coach knew how to get the most out of me because he understood the importance of that he understood what was important to me, right or wrong. He understood that you know, what I he may not he he doesn't want a roommate on the road like everybody else. So he can have his own 'cause it makes him play better. Make some played them. He doesn't like to come out early to warm up with everybody. It makes him play bit. He's focused. He doesn't wanna I remember. I remember John FOX told me when I was playing for parks. He wanted me in the locker room with everybody doing the pre-game prep talk. And I would go sit in the tunnel outside the locker room door on the concrete and stretch in. He told the guy that can give me what even I totally say I've been doing this ten years, and I'm not getting ready to change right now. And he said, okay. Well, he doesn't wanna come in John Faulkner said another word about because he realized that was my routine, and he wasn't going to get it away. So everybody's different man. And Tony Brown is a different unique talent. And if you want to deal with that talent amounts manage that talent for certain level, then you do it. And if you don't you allow somebody else to inherit that talent and see if they can do you take the Steelers to Antonio Brown. I think the Steelers should do what is in the best interest of their team sound like a press conference guy. Right. Hey. I think I think I think they should do is in the best interest of the team. So everybody's happy. If it's keeping an Tonio, and they can work it out and everybody could be happy and they go on to win games. Then great. But if it's going to be a problem in Beijing don't be running there and every other week. Nobody walks out. Tony I won't show up for practice. And it gets in the way of the team, then they should move him. And see if somebody else wants to deal with what that is very last question. The Yuki Sean on a totally different subject by hat to get your comment about this fall that you go eight NFL coaching openings five black coaches fired as of right now seven have been fulfilled. None of them minority candidates other than even though Brian blind. Brian Florez for the doing the defensive coordinator during the patriots is expected to get the Miami. Dolphins job. What were your thoughts about all of that? Well, I think it's great for him to get the Miami. Dolphins job. I just think that we as as black men or not putting their positions. Of power to make decisions to allow our coaches to continue to rise. And what I mean by that is if you look at the pecking order, how these things go most of the time in particular on the offense and side of the ball you've been for the defense side of the ball. It all starts at the ground level. See a lot of people think started top, but it starts at the ground level. And what I mean by that is they come in as quality control. And there's not a lot of black quality control guys in National Football League. And that's the lowest level right in the moment that they moved from quality control Stephen and any moved to quarterbacks coach and then they moved from quarterback coach maybe the offense coordinator, but they never bring us in a quality control position on offense side of the ball. So that we can move to the quarterback side. And then we can move to offense coordinator since that seems to be the prerequisite for getting jobs..
"john faulkner" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"We're also going to be helping our refiners that to because they're both very important grabs. But the farmers have been so terrific, and they produce great product. So I think it's got be great. I don't you know, I don't know that we should be propping of the farmers by making everybody put ethanol or corn in their gasoline. And he said this there is no negative impact back. There are those that say you do this and the air is. Cleaner. I agree with that. But they say you go twelve months instead of eight twelve nuts and the air is actually cleaner. If we could demonstrate their that make the air cleaner. And when I say by that is if you're not talking about CO two because CO two is not a pollutant. If if what we're getting out of the tailpipe is a cleaner combusting fuel. I don't know that that's true. I don't know if it's not true. I wouldn't have any problem with that. I don't say that that in and of itself is the reason Admiral and all he seems to think that the prices will go lower. If we add more ethanol, and I've always I've always understood that the prices go higher because you got to do the special blends. But I don't know. So we'll see it just seems a little. It seems like a payoff to me. I'm just saying Alan in Alabama, you're up next one. What's up? Hey, Phil just wanted to tell you appreciate the show. And you're talking earlier about Robert Redford in his. Well, my son called me today actually from college. He's a freshman in college John Faulkner university. You told me he said, you know, dad, I think I'm thinking about going into law. And I said, you know, why we talked about it earlier. But I just think that it goes back to the break capping off. And he said he just said I wanna be a part of something that can help make the country better. So your business about the young people not wanna go into public service. I think the opposite effect is happening with things like this with you know, with young people. Now, they're seeing that, you know, things are not route around here we. This next generation is going to be the ones to fix it. So. Also. Learnt Alan, priest that I hope you're right. Appreciate it. Thank you. Make sure he has not. Had a beer. Okay. Because they're gonna hold that against make sure he's not been to a party and not been a member of a fraternity and never been alone. Certainly in a in a bedroom with the woman van stamps, telling me that Ivanka just tweeted that she won't be the next UN ambassador, Ivanka. So maybe it is Jared. Maybe that's your way of Lincoln and who knows? It's not going to be me. It's going to be my husband were taking over the world. Well, I'll tell you Jared has his strong points. And apparently this whole thing with the Middle East, and he's pretty good at getting these folks together UN ambassador may not be a bad gig for Jerry. I just don't want him helping Trump dictate policy on things like tax cuts, and you know, the the normal things that are that Trump's doing well on as far as conservatives are concerned. Jared doesn't need to be screwing up because he's not a conservative. Neither is his wife. I mean, the nice folks nice enough people. So maybe you put him in a situation where he can use his talents. To to actually better the country. I don't know are a lot of other folks who'd be UN ambassador. I don't know that I'd like the gig. You gotta got you kind of kind of like that whole diplomacy thing. And I'm not a big diplomat. Obviously. Here's the deal. You you you in you shut up. Now. That's my diplomacy. I mean this. I I don't think I'd be good. It's why wouldn't make a good politician. Because I just I don't know. I I don't know when to keep my mouth shut, obviously. I mean, I do it for a living. I talked four hours a day five days a week. So I really don't want to shut up about things. And and I don't mind when I think that some people may be hacked off with me. Well, like the Trump thing in the ethanol, I'm just going to call it like, I have some you're going. You're back in the president. I'm all I do I tell you hear how many years I told you this I call balls and strikes. I'm not going to be a Trump sycophant him. I think he's doing something. That's not right up to you. And I think that subsidizing the corn industry by mandating ethanol is a bad idea if the market wants to do this. That's great. In other words, if gas stations rather go, Mike, my clients, my customers, they're really yearning for some of that ethanol blends stuff, they really were. And then you go buy it and you offered for sale, and they buy it. That's fine. But to mandated for what purpose? Well, the only purpose is to fold first of all it was extensively to save the planet. And then what do we see Al Gore was behind that? And then later Al Gore admitted that he was only trying to pander farmers in Iowa. That's why he because he didn't think that ethanol actually did help save the planet, and it doesn't so that's out as far as saving the planet. So the only thing left is trying to help the farmers in Iowa. And I have no problem with farmers in Iowa or anywhere else. But you don't need to show them favoritism by making people buy their product. Which is what you're doing where we're not selling enough corn for eating or enough corn for fiend. So we're gonna make people put it into gas tank. That's wrong. That's one thing that I disagree on Trump. This is not a bash Trump festival, but while we're at it. This whole thing about the whole infrastructure thing and spending a trillion dollars on infrastructure. I think is I hope that never gets off the ground, but I presume that after the November elections that's one of the things they're going to concentrate on is fixing our infrastructure. Well, there's nothing wrong with our infrastructure. There's something wrong with there's something wrong with people's priorities in different places, and I can give you examples around where we live. We got bike lanes all over the place they cost. No, no, telling how much to do all this. But then we got potholes, and I'm gonna what is. The primary function of your of your gas tax. It's the keep the roads in good working order. It's not the put in bike lanes. It's not the putting green ways it's not to do any of this stuff. It is to make sure that the potholes are filled and the roads are inexorably shape, and I don't even mean just in good shape. I mean in excellent shape, there's enough money in the gas tax to do this. We don't need to spend a trillion dollars outside of the gas tax to fix roads. That's what the gas tax is for while. I'm on that road. And we're talking about bikes. You know? And I was thinking about this the other this why couldn't be governor? Because the first thing one of the first things I would do is you're going to share the road share the cost. If you're going to ride a bike on the road. We're going to charge you a wheel tax charge a car. It's not going to be much. Maybe ten dollars a year. Maybe not that much. But if you're riding a bike on the road, and you want us to share the road. We're no longer going to incur expenses for bicycles through a gas tax. We're not going to do that anymore. If you want a special bike path or bike lane, or whatever then you're going to have to pay for the fourth through a special wheel tax on bicycles. Which by the way will be earmarked for that. Because I don't think that bikes are really doing damage to the road is probably not fair to say that the bike should pay to fit fixing potholes. But if you want to share the road because they are expenses and bike paths and all the rest of it. You know investigating accidents that are caused by. Icicles and things like this. And you have to share the cost. I think that's perfectly reasonable. I have a bicycle I would be more than willing to pay to ride it on the road. If if that's what I wanted to do. But then you get a push all my gosh. It'll be able to just go nuts. Well, it's called a use tax. You know, we did this several years ago, we had a governor. Who was supposedly a Republican? He had run on a no state income tax platform because we didn't have a state income tax. And then when he got into the second term, which you're term limited in the state of Tennessee, they needed a complete one eighty. Oh my gosh. Look at this. We we've got this huge problem as far as revenue we gotta have we gotta have a state income tax. Well, we fought it in some of you folks have heard the story from some you folks live the story in Tennessee. Some folks have read the book tax revolt. But what happened in the midst of this is the governor thought that he was going to. I guess intimidate a lot of folks. So what he did was he I closed down the state parks. And there was a little bit of pushback, but not a whole lot. And then he went my gosh. I mean, we just didn't have the effect. I thought people just said, okay. I can't get to the state bar. So he opened the state parks up. And then he said it's going to cost you three bucks to go to it. And really nobody complained about it because they understand that the people who use the state parks, you'd probably be the ones paying for it. Anyway. And you know, there's a state park around the corner from me, and I would take my kids to Radner leg. And so I would take the kids you pull in the air. And there was a box that you put your three bucks in and I happily put the three bucks. And if I'm going to use this park. I don't mind upkeep on it for what's three bucks for me to come and enjoy this wonderful place. But all these other folks who never see this. Why should they pay for it? So I thought it turned into a great idea. I think they've discontinued that now. But that's the kind of stuff that I would do. I mean, if you use something you're gonna pay for it. If you don't you're not if you use the road, you're gonna pay the gas tax, whether you're or a wheel tax with with a bike, or whatever those who are using things for the most part gonna pay for it. And I if we move more to that, I think we wouldn't have problems with things how about this, folks. And I know that would never do this. How 'bout? If you got to decide what percentage of the of your income tax when you file your income taxes? If you've got to fill out a form, what percentage goes to the military. What percentage goes to welfare, what percentage goes to whatever? They never want to see that. I look they won't even do this suggestion. But if I were if I were king of the world, I wouldn't make it mandatory because we do live in a Representative Republic after all we don't live in a democracy, and that would be a democracy where everybody votes on where all the money goes. But it would certainly be instructive to send their representatives of message that. Yeah. Ninety five percent of the people want to fund the military. I and not all this other stuff like global warming. And you know, you just prioritize stuff, but you ask the people what's going on. They don't like to ask the people. What's going on? They like the people when it comes time to vote, but then they don't want to hear from anymore. Hey, listen, call me back in two years. Reelection is six of them in the Senate, but don't bother me. Okay. 'cause I'm up here running things. And that's the way we've got it in, you know, we've got a working, but they do need to be in touch with what the constituents want. But you remember when we did ObamaCare. Harry Reid admitted all the calls are ten to one against it. But we've got to do what's right. Ten to one against it as it Harry. But you've got to do. What's right? Let me tell you. What's right is doing what your constituents one? That's what's right. Quick time out. We'll get your phone calls one eight hundred six one.
"john faulkner" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Team and you inside, that ten yards there is no hidden zone so the receiving team Only as three guys back and the thought is well that'll make it easier my thought when I first saw this is no no now you're gonna, have guys do pooch pooch kicks because he's going to be an opportunity to get. Through and get the ball and the other thing. Is you're gonna give a guy now a massive opportunity to catch the ball with nobody. In front of him for fifteen or twenty yards you can really get motivated so while it may. Be safer for the people in the front I think, the guy receiving the balls. Can be more dangerous Mardi you, guys have no idea the battle in my house with Jack All he wants to do his obsession. With football is a passion. It's the same thing I had for soccer it's a passion for football, I two of, sessions and sports when I was a kid growing up I loved golf but it was expensive and I like soccer my dad he he, likes soccer more, than like golf so but You know that, those were my. His sport he likes basketball he. Loves basketball like he loves curry, loves the players then really he loves the sport he loves. To go shoot hoops but, his, obsession with football is. Passion and I don't know I I keep telling us mom I have no idea I have no idea what what's. Going to happen because he he's just every time. I wanna I wanna. Play football I wanna. Play football and, like you're playing football you're playing. Flag football he played flag, football I told you that's all you're. Going to play I. Wanna play. Flag football but then I'm gonna play tackle football I'm tackling them ten you're not you're not when you're fourteen fifteen sixteen we hopefully by then the data. Will start coming in even more as they collected and then we'll go from there but even, then you might. Have to be an adult and going into college before I, say, go, for it because at that point in time it's on you. Three two three five, three? Eight twenty four twenty three at. Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. I love this, story right, we'll, get to some immigration stuff I love, the. Story So This day and age where we hear, people you, know getting phone, calls you, know, hey there's a black person having a party here and the barbecue in or they're in the pool and they're swimming or. Whatever you, know, it's it's drives me. Crazy they're trying to use a, coupon a, coupon a. Coupon This, is, great so there's a thirteen year old little kid his name's John Faulkner he's been selling hot dogs outside of his home. In north, Minneapolis, right because he's trying. To raise money for new clothes, and stuff, like that Somebody of course bitched And said that that right there is not as. City sanctioned little thing he he's got this little like things that you'd get at the bed bath and beyond, this? Little hotdog maker right it's got a little table and he's even got a little cash register and he's. Selling himself hot dog so somebody can cause there's, always that, complains So the city comes out police officer says like you can't do. This but hold on a second so they started to get the ball rolling and they went and got into, their? Own permit and they paid to get the permit themselves and they got him his own Mr..
"john faulkner" Discussed on Freakonomics
"Population grows more food can be put on tables let's put smart to work find out how at ibm dot com slash smart why did we make this episode about the costs and benefits of lawns mostly because of you occasionally we ask freakonomics radio listeners for story ideas especially for what we colloquially call our stupid stuff series that is things we do or use or submit to that are on some level kind of stupid well last time we asked for your stupid stuff ideas quite a few of them concerned lawns pat alan from trinity florida wrote what is up with the american addiction to lawns john faulkner of arlington virginia complained about noisy smelly lawnmowers then there was alan turner i've from new castle delaware my of formal training my initial career was in landscape architecture and right now i'm looking the highway median at the rest stop on i ninety five just south of wilmington delaware turner's pet steve is what's in that highway median grass and it looks like this grass gets mode three times in the summer let's say it's not just in highway medians but also those cloverleaf interchanges a standard cloverleaf takes up about sixteen acres of lawn turner understands why these are all graphs brass's cheap grass's the cheapest ground cover you can install the problem with grass is that it's also the most expensive ground coverage maintain and it has to be maintained mode especially for safety for good sight lines so you've got all that mowing and all those traffic delays when the mowers are out there in the medians turner's ideas to plant highway medians with plants that don't require maintenance like grass does the seed might cost slightly more but that's the only difference and then you'd get a permanent ground cover that needs no mowing.
"john faulkner" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Call us at three one two three three two three seven seven six you know it's all on ryan pace now in in the easy go to was knocking fox previously because the coaching staff wasn't good but i'm not sure the roster has been very good the last couple of years either and i know that pace wasn't working with a lot but we know now that it is all on ryan pace so dan wieger the other day from the chicago tribune was on with david kaplan and he was talking about rhyme pace as well and john boxes gone you can't blame fox anymore it really is all on ryan pace and he owns all the faults with the chicago bears all of the the door to note that we attach to john faulkner damning evidence of why you need to be run out out exclusively belong to ryan now fourteen and thirty four a 290 you're winning percentage no threegame winning streak in the in the past three year three consecutive lastplace finish it goes are all ryan paper all now and pronounce his chance to that's a swing it and and turn it going forward he expressed great optimism to me about one had coach hired obviously feels very good about matinee you two bills great about what he saw to mr bisky in his rookie season and three just feels like there was a a core of the young talented players that they can build around and that this will be the year in which all of a sudden that growth becomes a lot more obvious in the results of the sandies call them and they have to show that so i ask you this and they're from dan wieder mmm told him that he is excited for one the head coach for two mitch trubisky michie the kid mmhmm and number three his young core of players that he has collected here in chicago and shahin guy blue bluechip erzen that corser because that's what you're gonna need to get to the playoffs louis who had developed into one but i'm not going to for every leonard floyd you have a cabin white yeah firm for every litter floyd you have to kevin whites have a kevin white an eighteen million the my glennon that's what you have an look they got a ton of.
"john faulkner" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Let us this is one of these things i remember the steelers babysitting big ben his first your alley louis so what they were telling you was either we don't thinking cognitively just of our the whole playbook but a coach we'll tell you what they think the bear coaches are telling me about trotsky we don't trust them the houston coaches are telling you ajat shawn watson bro yet your playboy jared throw at dhs talon me andrew luck was a little bit like them just go absolutely our telomeres chicago we we got the cops are on this guy in in in again it's somewhat a somewhat in my opinion coaching personality being able to know who you have because i don't i don't think that should bisky in chicago should be handcuffed as much as e it's really part of that just john faulkner cna absolutely it's like you gather led him grow you gotta let him go you're not playing for anything that's right so just let them let them get a i'm i'm a fan of this if you try to if you as a as a coordinator whereas a head coach if you're telling me what i should be doing i'm going to make the mistakes based on what you're telling me i'm not going to make my own personal mistakes yet so once you get to the point to where you're no longer telling me who to throw the ball to or tell me where i should go with the ball then now i'm gonna now make my own mistakes so there's double mistakes that i'm going to have to overcome yours and mine yours and mine so just let them make their own in nail learn a lot quicker okay i gotta tell take a team that drives me crazy and i am not been saying this now for two years pete carroll and mike tomlin that can coach but they rely so heavily on a motion and so when you unplug the seattle crowd send the seahawks on the road not same team you unplugged the crowds and the steelers on a road and not the same team and both teams there are moments when i'm like it's not that pete and mike don't know what they're doing but they are so reliant on a motion and you watch pittsburgh away from home they're like.
"john faulkner" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I guess when i come up with something it'll it'll yeah okay all right so run livingston is with us i've been told that you're huge chicago bears fan so you get mad at them uh no i get mad at the universe i get mad at god uh but i never give mad at the bears man among molly there for the bears except yesterday when i was on a plane and i didn't get to see the game so um but i'm very excited to uh you know i follow the score was up near so it's like i was able to uh you know get little score updates and whenever i don't get the game tape i'll see it i'm looking for it'll are you've you have the game table matti get that that up and i've got sunday ticket and i think to tape it now we had like other game tape now like the no not be all eleven not i know i i thought you were calling john faulkner and he was like ending you either game film yeah that's right he asked me about all it you know yeah yeah so what is your relationship with jay cutler welcome along them here here's the thing and i i think i've said this before uh i if you're if you're wearing maturity and you're out there on the field and you're like giving it your all i'm i i i'm reuben sandwich jay cutler jelly i never heard of it doesn't seem like he's giving has all but i i i'm i'm in the campaign he did not i think when you talk to his teammates that's what they say look like what it's supposed to look like on a museum that milan he's hendrid spirit for you isn't a because you're kind of like him you kinda just yeah um but now love them and uh uh you know it is what am i wish in the gulf for i all my god jewish and the best forever unless if they go to somebody else in the division in which case to get the me okay very good so loud allowed her milk here tell the people because i didn't get to this last week when we talk to you at the halfhour comedy it from p fairly who you know is a comedy master and after the curley brothers do tillman dumber something about mary.
"john faulkner" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Brandon marshall and company just need to find a way win we find to win the environment will be so much more so much better it's that simple alitalia since i've been goes they'll tell you they played the horrendous cleveland browns and all of a sudden i think they're worldbeaters and now this week the bengals have the play the buffalo bills and the fight at what point a real defences lie yes sir how bears linebacker danny should they then had he his twogame suspension reduced to one he'll be back next week four chicago they are getting mitchell trubisky ready for his first career start monday night at home against the vikings head coach john faulkner other uses it was time is i think he's ready or they just can't bear to watch mike lenin anymore is in his sixty million dollars for this season hit the bench one more from steelers quarterback ben roethlisberger on her sister station 937 the fan in pittsburgh antonio brown with the sideline antics during sunday's whenever the ravens not happy you didn't get the ball any particular play big ben says he handled it poorly i wish that he would come talk to me and tell me if ulimo display whatever uh beckel a lot harder than than throwing temper tantrum steelers home for the jaguars this week at that team over the last two weeks dealt with alatas they dealt with a lot of stuff over their own national anthem when they were playing in chicago leaving her teammate out there by himself and then he comes back and he apologizes to the team because he shouldn't have done that but that's army ranger liked that's would of an away the did and then of course now this ice age chefs in their good team and they have really play their best football yet that's is no everything you can find ways to win games that pre season opener at the garden last night the nets did beat the knicks 115 1 of 7 in his kanter tim hardaway junior look good kristaps porzingis couple of nice moments frank de looking at the rookie little tight five points just one of seven shooting in eighteen minutes three assisted to turnovers they nhl regularseason does begin tonight four games according the stanley cup champion penguins hosting the blues which brings us to our moment of the day brought to you by resorts world casino nyc with over fifty five hundred games and the highest payouts anywhere they've got more right next door moment there you go winter forget.
"john faulkner" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"What was the name of their channel i just know them their niqian john faulkner those guys man under there now now but like for the longest they would always tried said we copied them but we we had to them my jamychal deleted why because i when i first started internet video videos uploading a break dot com and like a few good on break dot com and get two hundred bucks us all i dared microphone eat cinnamon she aided choked put it on the internet at two hundred hours i was in the military the time was a break just pays you two hundred dollars to upload video there no if it hits the home page a big tickets funding upper humble interesting but what i didn't knows are taken the full exclude blake ext they get the right there or a whole ryan added najah signing on let malaysia how did that like five times and then i went to youtube input assume videos on youtube in asserted creatine buzzing than dcm be whatever what dr cannell down now head start over again was a blessing in disguise the after hitting my name was like jesse while we discuss that has the youtube channel when i started over in practice frank but now it's back to jesse so cut at the valero wow man diesel licenceholder really take advantage of people same with these companies collapse like what so flow does not ready like yep is the lessons the videos yeah actually no he just upload them who's this riddled on the licences secondary is an all you caught me with sign this out one or two hundred bucks iona forever there's these companies like uh what are these big ones called jumped john camelia chenkun they'll they'll go find a viral video and be like i'll give you a twenty five dollars daylight i forever a on like all like ninety percent of the own every priority on rats it's it's and increase i'm not going to say fast people clown on me that i always say that's fascinating and every episode as if it's a problem to be fascinated fascinated by shit are we not here to fascinate and be fascinated.
"john faulkner" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The arts partly cloudy overnight mostly clear inland with the little fog and clouds along the coast with temperatures down into the 50s currently 55 degrees from wnyc studios this is freaking out mix radio here's your host stephen governor why did we make this episode about the costs and benefits of lawns mostly because of you occasionally we asked reconnect radio listeners for story ideas especially for what we colloquially call our stupid stuff series that is things we do or use or submit to that are on some level kinda stupid what last time we asked for your stupid stuff ideas quite a few of them concerned lawns pat allen from trinity florida wrote what is up with the american addiction to lawns john faulkner of arlington virginia complained about noisy smelly lawnmowers then there was alan turner i'd from newcastle delaware my of formal training my initial career was in landscape architecture and right now i'm looking the highway median at the rest stop on i ninety five just south of wilmington delaware turner's pet peeve is what's in that highway indian grass and it looks like this grass gets mode three times in the summer let's say if not just in highway medians but also those cloverleaf interchanges a standard cloverleaf takes up about six seeing eggers of lawn turner understands why these are all graphs grasses cheap grass is the cheapest ground cover you can install the problem with grass is that it's also the most expensive ground cover to maintain and has to be maintained mode especially for safety for good site lines so you've got all that mowing and all those traffic delays when the mowers are out there in the media nhs turner's ideas the plant highway meetings with plants that don't require meet site grass does the seed my cost slightly more but that's the only difference and then you get a permanent ground cover that needs no mowing i can honestly say this the first time i've ever been asked to talk to anybody about roadside management let's doug he cox with the federal highway administration which advises states on how to maintain their highway grass nobody asks us about plants they ask us about traffic and pothole officials birthing conservatively we've got about seventeen million acres of roadside vegetation roadside grass dates back.
"john faulkner" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Is freaking out mix radio here's your host stephen deppner why do we make this episode about the costs and benefits of lawns mostly because of you occasionally we asked for economic radio listeners for story ideas especially for what we colloquially coach all our stupid stuff series that is things we do or use or submit to that are on some level kinds of stupid well last time we ask for your stupid stuff ideas quite a few of them concerned lawns pat allen from trinity florida wrote what is up with the american addiction to lawns john faulkner of arlington virginia complained about noisy smelly lawnmowers then there was alan turner i've from newcastle delaware my of formal training my initial career was in landscape architecture and right now i'm looking the highway median at the rest stop on i ninety five just south of wilmington delaware turner's pet peeve is what's in that highway median grass and it looks like this grass gets mode three times in the summer let's say it's not just in highway medians but also those cloverleaf interchanges a standard cloverleaf takes up about sixty acres of lawn turner understands why these are all graphs rats as chief grass is the cheapest ground cover you can install the problem with grass is that it's also the most expensive ground cover to maintain and has to be maintained mode especially for safety for good site lines so you've got all that mowing and all those traffic the lease when the mowers are out there in the media nhs turner's ideas the plant highway medians with plants that don't require maintenance like grass does the seed my car slightly more but that's the only difference and then you get a permanent ground cover that needs no mowing i can honestly say this the first time i've ever been asked to talk to anybody about roadside management puts doug he cox with the federal highway administration which advises states on how to maintain their highway grass nobody asks us about plants they ask us about traffic and pot holes birthing conservatively we've got about seventeen million acres of roadside vegetation roadside grass dates back.
"john faulkner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And am 820 as your news them leave your conversation from wnyc studios this is freaking out mix radio here's your host stephen deppner why did we make this episode about the costs and benefits of lawns mostly because of you occasionally we asked for economic radio listeners for story ideas especially for what we colloquially call our stupid stuff series that is things we do or use or submit to that are on some level kinda stupid well last time we asked for your stupid stuff ideas quite a few of them concerned lawns pat allen from trinity florida wrote what is up with the american addiction to lawns john faulkner of arlington virginia complained about noisy smelly lawnmowers and then there was alan turner i'd from newcastle delaware my of formal training my initial career was in landscape architecture and right now i'm looking the highway median at the rest stop on i ninety five just south of wilmington delaware turner's pet peeve is what's in that highway median grass and looks like this grass guests mode three times in the summer let's say it's not just in highway medians but also those cloverleaf interchanges a standard clause overleaf takes up about sixty anchors of lawn turner understands why these are all grass grasses cheap grass is the cheapest ground cover you can install the problem with grass is that it's also the most expensive ground covered to maintain and has to be maintained mode especially for safety for good site lines so you've got all that mowing and all those traffic delays when the mowers are out there in the media nhs turner's ideas the plant highly meetings with plants that don't require maintenance like grass the seed my costs slightly more but that's the only difference and then you get a permanent ground cover that needs no mowing i can honestly say this the first time i've ever been asked to talk to anybody of out roadside management with doug he cox with the federal highway administration which advises states on how to maintain their highway grass nobody asks us about plants they ask us about traffic and pot holes birthing conservatively we've got about seventeen million acres of roadside vegetation roadside grass dates back to the early days of auto travel having a grassy area near the road in case somebody broke down vr one or two just rest after this ordeal of driving around was a very tempt during option so that's what.