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Game of Crimes
"john miller" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"And so yeah, I have tremendous respect for their operation. And I know John Miller, who was the chief of intelligence at NYPD, and was an ABC correspondent. I was about to say, I've met him. I lectured up at the NY state police intelligence conference, Steve John Miller. He was the guy who got the interview with Osama bin Laden. That's right. That's right. Wow. He's really, he is a true believer, and I had a great working relationship with him and because we were kind of the new guys on the block. In terms of the counter terrorism intelligence thing. And John was brought in post 9 11 and I have nothing but respect for him. He really wanted. One of the things I liked about John is he brought a unique view to it. He did bring in a law enforcement background. I mean, you think think of this. Here's a guy who found bin Laden as a news reporter when all the intelligence. Where is this guy? He finds him in interviews. Right. Exactly. We had the guy that pulled him out of the hole. The damn hole. Kevin hall. Kevin Holland. We know people on this podcast. We know people. That's right. But I got to ask you one question though. Well, look, let's put this in perspective because I do want to talk about your work on the terrorism, but look, you said maybe New York was maybe the one side of it. But when I think of the United States, if I'm attacking something on the east coast, yeah, New York is the top target. But if I'm thinking of the West Coast, LA is the top target. I mean, you guys were top targets for terrorism. Top targets because of the economy. And so yeah, having to build your own capability. I mean, that's just like, it seems like a dub, but it's not that easy to do, right? I mean, it takes a lot of work. And during that time, did you ever know rich morass over at LAPD? What was the name rich? Rich morass. He was the commander at rampart when the whole rampart scandal went down. He was doing a lot of anti terrorism stuff, I think, with the Olympics and stuff, so I didn't know if you guys ever crossed paths. No, I don't believe so. I mean, you guys were building up to that. So talk about your transition then from, oh, not transition, but Cal DoJ, but how did you how did you end up getting involved with the joint terrorism task force? Which really took on a bigger role obviously after 9 11. So before 9 11, you had the JTT, yes, but they weren't as big of a deal. Right. In 99. Correct. I'll backpedal and say that I've always been fascinated by the subject of two subjects. Espionage, the world of espionage and counterintelligence and terrorism. And going back to the 80s. And the Olympics in Los Angeles. And so I've kind of always been fascinated by that. And had the opportunity when one of our agents was departing to because I already had the necessary clearances because I'd been working with the bureau on public corruption cases. And other things. So. I was working intelligence. And so I asked for that billet and went to the joint terrorism task force in 99 and was assigned to domestic terrorism squad. And that was where most of the locals were on the domestic terrorism squad. Now, you were still a cow DoJ employees at the special agent. I was a special agent. Yeah.
"john miller" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"As we continue in the 8 30 hour we welcome in WRC and news radio. And now I believe we have John Miller on the phone. That's correct. John Miller, he's a deputy commissioner of terrorism, intelligence and counter terrorism for the NYPD. He's also the former associate deputy director of the national intelligence for analytical transformation and technology basically he is one smart guy, and we want to break down what does this mean about this new restrictive law, deputy commissioner John Miller, how are you, sir? I'm good, and it's good to be back with you. So there's no Texans coming up with their 6 guns on their side tomorrow morning, are there? I'm sorry, say that again. There's no Texans coming up across the bridge with their side arms on their side. Oh, well, no, no. That's the wild wild west. The worry here is that they're going to make this the wild wild east. So what does this mean because a lot of people seem to be confused, but the law doesn't really change. Can you explain that to our listeners? Sure. So the first thing is, it doesn't mean anything today. Nothing changes today, nothing changes tomorrow. So let's go through the mechanics of it because it's actually important. The Supreme Court took on the issue of whether New York State as one of the 6 states in the nation that makes people prove a special need to carry a concealed weapon. Whether New York State has that right under the Second Amendment to the constitution, which guarantees the right to bear arms. So the court ruled that New York State does not have the right to tell people that they have to demonstrate a special need. They just have to demonstrate in order to obtain a legal pistol license for concealed carry that they're not a convicted felon and that they fit the criteria of the license. So that's what the Supreme Court ruled. Now why is nothing different today after that ruling? Because what the court did was, after making that finding, they sent the case back down to the Court of Appeals here in the second circuit where the original case was brought, and basically said to the court of the Court of Appeals. Okay, now you have our constitutional judgment as to whether that rule has to go or not. So there it is. Now go back with your plaintiffs and your defendants and go back to litigating your case. So it will find its way back to the court and the parties will find their way back to that courtroom. And they will re argue, well, what should the parameters be now based on the Supreme Court ruling? So that means in the weeks or months to come, they'll have to hash through that. So what could happen? What could happen is that a lot of people who don't have a need that they can demonstrate to carry a concealed weapon may apply and that the number of licenses for concealed carry may surge from where it is now, which is about 3500 people who have business carry licenses and then a couple of thousand more who have licenses to carry as guards, but only on duty and only while they're at work, and they leave that gun behind. So really, the relevant numbers, the 3500 and what that number might go up to if many people apply to carry guns. So commissioning at Cox here, you don't need to have a special need to have a gun at home for self defense. Is that right? That's right. And that's a lower bar in terms of issuing the license. Now that lower bar is extending to, if you have a concealed weapon outside your home, is that in essence, the essence of the decision? So that is the essence of the decision, but with a caveat, which means then we get back to nothing changes today. If you have a business premises license at your store or your place of work, if you have a residence premises license at your home, this ruling does not convert that license to a carrier license. You will still have to go through an application process. If you so desire to get a license to carry that outside. So that's kind of the mechanics of it. Deputy commissioner John Miller, so this doesn't mean if we have a gun at home, we can come and bring it then into the city and carry it with us wherever we want. No, that's correct. Yeah, I guess people have a lot of questions. If you have a gun at home and you live in the 5 boroughs and you have your dual locked and all of a sudden, somebody gets into your apartment, you have the right to shoot you feel. Well, you have the right to defend yourself against deadly physical force. So if somebody comes in your apartment and they're charging at you with a crowbar and you have your legal gun at home, that is one of those things that a district attorney would probably say, we're not going to prosecute you before. On the other hand, if you go into kitchen and the burglar is pouring himself a glass of milk, you can't blow his head off. That's another one that's going to go to the district attorney because you're really going to have to articulate what was going through your mind and why you perceive deadly physical force, which cause you to react with saying. Debbie commissioner Miller, this David Patterson, do you think that the proliferation of illegal weapons that there's so many of them now as compared to years ago that now, really, the issue of what you do to get a license is really kind of miniscule compared to what is really the cause of crimes these days.
ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"john miller" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"John Miller 60 pound super chat cheers. Cheers back at you, thank you very much for the super chat. So Gavin, what he was doing was reading the updates on games and some patches and some new DLC coming out. So that's what you missed. I heard I heard hitman three and I got excited because I love that game. Yeah, it's got a stronghold. It's got like well a bunch of stuff. It's called hitman freelancer mode if you get a chance to check it out. Do you want to do free games? That game was so overlooked at The Game Awards, by the way. Of course. Sadly, yeah. That game is a classic. So what's hitman too when that came out as well? I feel that hitman three is a classic that everybody knows is a classic will never be called one, except for the people who like played it and are like, this is a classic, but it won't gain a lot of traction, I don't think. The game is awesome. Free games. Fairly short list this week. Starting up with totally free game is wind bound on the Epic Games store. And going on to subscription. It's just game pass. That has new stuff this week. And it's besieged edge of eternity. The last kids on earth and the staff of doom and skull the heroes layer, as well as crossfire X, which is only for the console. The rest is for PC and console. And that's the whole list. Crossfire X is rough. What is that? It's the remedy game. So shooter. And then the main stuff is done by somebody else. Rough. It's buggy. There's some videos of it where you're just like, wow. I mean, falling through the ground, levitating, flying off the screen. It's not even near ready. The usual stuff. Yeah. It's too bad too. That game pass list is pretty rough. Overall. I mean, again. Very short one. I'm wondering if they're just holding off because of these big titles. That's just, that's just my own paranormal atomic heart and stalker coming like day one for that shit, right? For a game pass, just crazy. Yeah, it's gonna be awesome. What do you got? Warhammer three next week. Three is coming on game pass. Yeah. Yes. What the you're kidding me dude? It's insane. No, it's coming out. On the 15th and releases the 17th, I think. February. It's like when Arnold first showed up and started lifting weights and everybody was like, that's kind of what he builder looks like..
Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast
"john miller" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast
"And I mean, they're all they're all getting after it. I mean, those guys, we know how to have a good time. I mean, that's not surprising to hear. I'd expect nothing less from the boilers. Yeah, we're gonna have to later in the year. You gotta let me know when you have a game at Mackie. I'm gonna have to. Come back out there because they're fun to watch. It sounds like Arizona's fun to watch in person. They really are. Do you worry about it? Go. What are you worried about with Arizona? Is it taking care of the ball? Yes. Taking care of the basketball. I think point our play. I think Turquoise has to be solid. But those two things certainly certainly are, I think also teams with not well, the thing that's the beauty of their defense, they're going to press you but they have colloquial direct. You know, so you can play that style because even if you get beep, you've got a freaking eraser behind you. So this is one of the best bigs that people haven't talked about in the country. No, I mean, he can score he's more than just lob black shots. I mean, you can throw him the ball on the block. He can make a close vote. Yeah, he can score with his back to the basket a little bit. He's gonna go right jump, but that's okay. I mean, no one's gonna block his shot. That's huge. Nobody in the pack 12. No, I mean, he's got an incredible wingspan. He's massive. He's also a progress to he cut a lob last night. He could have put in his elbows. Now listen, John Miller, John Miller left Tommy Lloyd with plenty. You saw it last night and Tommy Lloyd killed doctor Ross for lunch with those transfers, right? Paul Larson's going to be good. Like you said, you know, the kid from Georgia. He'll help him. But those guys don't have to do too much. So many cases, you're bringing in those transfers to have to be like major impact guys and case a point devonta Jones. Like right now he has to be an impact guy, because Frank Collins isn't ready to do it. And yeah. We also should say about Michigan, Seth Jackson, who played last year has been dealing with an illness, not COVID, but he hasn't been able to play, and I'm sure he was doing some conditioning and whatnot. They could use them. I mean, I don't know if he had the good game against exercise in the anti tournament where he made a couple of shots, but he's been in the program. I don't know. They got to find some other people that can score and so Caleb Houston maybe figures it out. Yeah, well, I mean, that's the question. How quickly are those freshmen and we talked about in the preseason? A lot of these guys were ranked. In a year when we didn't see them in. So we don't know how good buff can really is. We don't know. You know, like, I think, again, Caleb Caleb Houston is going to be very good. But yeah, I have your attention. All right. Let's move on. Couple more teams here before the close it out and you got to run. Step Carolina. I didn't get to get to watch the game. All right. So I mean, they fought for you. They did. They saw them. And then they later complete egg against Tennessee. And Tennessee was a team that had gotten absolutely blitzed by Villanova..
Beekeeping Today Podcast
"john miller" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast
"Even more important i think Very useful tool very useful and the indoor wintering thing. I'm glad i'm glad that. John miller jerod miller's scientists in all intensive purposes although he's he doesn't have that kind of a degree but he approached his indoor wintering from a scientific perspective and accomplished a lot and i can see glorious doing the same thing and i think when they get their heads together down the road a couple of years i can see indoor wintering being very profitable way to spend winter. If you're a honeybee and a beekeeper throw in a plug for our sponsor global patties now. They advertise the fact that they do custom patties as well. So i can see where a large beekeeper who had that collection of pollen seasonal pollen could send that to say global patties and have their own set of special seasonal pollen patties yet feeding and then you pull your bees out of the building. At the right time you're feeding them the rate pollen and you move in ten twelve frames into almonds and make a bundle. I think we should get out of podcasting business right there with ya. I think These guys are open up. Some doors that But it goes back to verona. You gotta fix the row and you gotta do it now in july instead of august And that's that's you don't control all of this is a moot point and in trying to control raw end-july you're also having to deal with control in it while honey supers are on. So what a. What a wicked web of challenges. That well i think with that we are done with this episode before we go. I want to encourage our listeners. To rita's five stars apple podcasts. Wherever you download and stream the show your vote helps other beekeepers find us even quicker even better write a review and let other beekeepers looking for a new podcast. Which you like. You can get there directly from our website by clicking on reviews along a top of any web page as always. We think bee culture magazine for american beekeeping for their continued support of the beekeeping. Stay podcast we wanna thank. Regular episodes sponsored global patties. Check them out at www dot global patties dot com. We also want to thank strung microbials for their support of this podcast. Check out their full product line at www dot. Strong microbials dot com. We want to thank you for joining us. Check out their full line of keeping supply at www dot. Better be dot com and finally. We wanna thank you beekeeping. Today podcast listener for joining us on this show feel free to send us questions and comments and questions as he keeps stay. Podcast dot com. We'd love to hear from you. Anything else kim by wraps it up. I'm ready for some fall pollen. We'll make sure you brush your teeth afterwards okay..
KNBR The Sports Leader
"john miller" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"With John Miller at Oracle Park in the booth yesterday, John Uh Kris Bryant got a great celebration. The Cubs put a nice video on the scoreboard. They made a nice presentation at home plate. The Giants really have a special player when you start looking at Rookie of the year, four time all Star and of course, the M V P and National League in 2000 and 16. I like to hear what your thoughts are so far that you've seen Kris Bryant. I think, Brian Is obviously the real deal. This don't question about it and one of the the outstanding players in the game and He needs one more homer to reach 200 for his, uh I'm looking at the wrong number. Sorry, but He's well past 200 on home runs already one more double. Anyway. I'd like to see him hit a home run at Wrigley. And you wonder if, uh, if maybe he is thinking about that little bit I mean, that had to be an emotional roller coaster for him yesterday. But he's also just a great guy, and when you talk to people around the cubs with them, they always talked about how he was kind of. It was kind of quiet. He was not a flashy guy at all. But he was a great player and help them win that World Series and he was the M V P Of the National League the year they won the World Series, so he'll always have a great place in the history of the Cubs. So I think that for Bryant Being a giant. The, uh, you know that that's that's a big thing to happen. He had that comfort level in Chicago. Now it comes to a team that was doing real well before he arrived. And new people, New fans, whole new environment, and so I think that it will be interesting to see If he's able to settle in and and have that same comfort level would like to see him have that, but at the same time There aren't many guys who can do the whole array of things that he can do in terms of power. Arby's, and he runs well and you can play all these different positions in And play them well, So, uh, that's that's kind of a unique package that's for sure. The Giants sort of five and old winning streak. They've won four on the road trip to left and Chicago. What do you see in the last 21 games? Do you think they can sweep the Cubs and come home to play those Padres and Braves and it will be a good matchups? Yeah. The, uh, I think the question with the Giants right now is No.
"john miller" Discussed on G&Q Review
"Are what are we talking about today. A long interview. Yeah yeah today we as you can see in the title in the banner below With days review is saving private ryan. mommy golic's up for you because I do not have been slacking. Yes saving private. Ryan is a nineteen ninety. Eight american epic or films are active steven spielberg and written by robert. Rowe debt Set during the invasion of normandy in world war two. The film is known for its graphic portrayal war especially its depiction of the omaha beach assault during the normandy landings And the premise of the film is if they follow this. Captain john miller and a squad as the search for private ryan ryan got it trying to save him because he is a brother either as four boys he has three brothers in the died in action and apparently the the high up to secretary chief chief of staff she someone really high up is is pulled in ryan the private ryan out of the war. Yeah they had some kind of cheesy opening where it was. They were like looking.
The Knife Junkie Podcast
"john miller" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast
"And tumble is the other thing Hopefully summer i get some water jet and no-one do different whole art. So those tomahawks the ones that you make right now. They're all cut out one piece of steel. Okay all right kind of their water. Can i don a couple customs and cut the mountains harbor. The band saw able writer. Are one of the us or to at least horror steals your while more racism to work but normally there are three sixteenths. Traffic is decent mice to consider mike right. And there is a difference between a tomahawk and a hatchet. Right tomahawk has more of a fighting thing. Hatchet is more of a wooded woodland thing by even depends sure. Well john has been a pleasure meeting you and talking about. Bg 'em knives. I'm really impressed with the work. You and We'll be talking offline and about about knives that will end up in my cabinet here at home. but i i applaud you for tackling. The bbc fixed blade Thing it's not It's it's it's not an easy. There are a lot of considerations that go that. Don't go into a belt knife so It's it's to me a noble pursuit and definitely one that I think more and more people are catching up on the pocket. The pocket fixed blades. The small scouts carry fixed blades. And you know the way you're doing is is killing it. So thanks for coming on the knife junkie pot you do you like the sound of the alpha numeric combinations m three ninety two or four p and twenty. What bristle at eight cr one three. Mo v an egg us dash eight. You are a knife junkie. Probably worse probably worse john With his wide range of designs grinds and materials. And all that you know. I think he's in a perfect position. And and a young man. He's in a great position to grow. Gm knives into whatever he wants it to be Me personally. I hope he sticks with the. Adc fixed blade game for awhile because while he seems passionate about it but so am i am. There's a lot to explore there with his work including the tom hawks. Which if you ask me. I got the definition just right so John miller there he goes be. Gm knives check him out on instagram and also on youtube help his channel takeoff. He said he wasn't getting much traction of but that livestream of him doing the redesigned Was really cool. So i think he's got a future on youtube to Join us next week for another great interview here on the night junkie podcast. It's my favorite thing that we do here Getting to talk and meet with the people just like john so join us next week. All right for jim. Working his magic behind the switzer. I'm bob demarco saying. Don't take doll furniture. Thanks for listening to the ninth junkie. Podcast if you the show please rate review at review the podcast dot com for show notes for today's episode additional resources into listen to past episodes of visit our website the night junkie dot com. You can also watch our latest videos on youtube at the jokey dot com slash youtube out some great night photos on the night junkie dot com slash instagram and join our facebook group. The knife junkie dot com slash facebook. And if you have a question or comment email them to bob at the knife joke dot com or call our twenty four seven listener line at seven two four four six six four four eight seven. Can you may hear your comment or question. Answered on upcoming episode of the knife junkie podcast..
The Knife Junkie Podcast
"john miller" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast
"It's like the sole nice brings. You can't see it would never could be something sold. So how do you go about that. And what kind of equipment do you use. ice use. And and acquire kenniston pouches liquid nitrogen negative three under the out. But yeah. that's pretty much by the different skills. Everything gets crowd on. Citizens fit my canister so i am limited by which the tomahawks don't get cries denigrating traded. What the explains do what is that benefit of a couple of Recent knives. I've gotten brag that on the on the blade d to cry cry. Od two accounts like what does that mean. Basically simplify it. I'm not very limited in metallurgy or anything like that it makes the grain. And why making the grain finer get a higher hardness while lot remaining tough and corrosion resistance is increased shower. Just for example the miller rosie wear that the us off from what i learned. They don't tell reaching why they don't require from what i know And ross pretty easily comparative zero entry or someone else who treats but uses a cryogenic treatment and low temper temperature. So there's lots of different things get very complicated really especially with the difference heels and that temper makes it tough right that temper gives it some flax yeah so quench it's very are not quite last art depending on the steelers and then it will go kreil microstates and then i'll leave it overnight shows around over twelve hours of kitri and then i'll take out warning let it saw out a little bit and then i'll throw it in own temporary which goes on two and a half hours to times minimum. Sometimes it has a war. I'll have to do it longer. She wore those folks. So you're saying they stay in even he killed after its cryogenically treated for two hours or so. Yes for the tampere two and a half hours about so on your on your website. It says that you use steals from fifty to one hundred which is a high carbon steel All the way to the to the powder metallurgy steals the higher First of all. That's an incredible range to me. I e like that seems to include a lot of steals with a lot of different properties and characteristics Do you have one that you prefer and and do you have one that you prefer to work with ace. Like easy is eighty. Crv series a great deal with restocking. It's you don't really need to forge it. Some people got at and saying that. But it's a great steal. it's his house. Berries nutri straightforward but on the higher end Unlike zero Wear who's to seal the best. In my opinion just overall performance a dream chart farmers in pretty much every tool steels pinnacle. I well. I have a i. I got a stand graber shark in crew and it's my first crew air and It's it's pretty amazing. But i don't know if it's just that it's an amazing grind on the blade. I mean you know. Alex can can really grind a blade or if Or if when i'm really experiencing is the quality of the steelers as we mentioned you know that the heat treat is on point What do you think about what what about crew. Where should i be loving and looking for attention. Why shoal not sure exactly. Sure what h. R. alex runs. But you can warn the crew. Where at a pretty high. Hr see it's still very tough. Which is something that park flying in a lot. So you're seem becomes caught style. Were while sharp more cutting so speaking of more cutting the c. k. k. seems to be something new. I don't remember seeing that before before recently. That's your kitchen at your kitchen knife Tell us why you went into that. And the the The specific challenges of making a kitchen knife. I went into it because a lot of these models on the website or just trump demand. So i. I'm getting so many custom orders for a design that so similar that basically mash them all together and then make something into a model. So it simplifies things for me. Someone can go to the website up this and then form and then send it my way that i know exactly what to cut out. I don't have to sketch them or anything like that. But the kitchen knife itself. I mean in in particular. That seems like a different beast in a way because a kitchen knife fast to flex a little bit kitchen knife. Seems like it's a Another kind of challenge beyond the full flak ryan's i struggled with them to this day to get because it's it's one eight. One eight saw wait nine four zero four boston and the thinner the steel for me. Personally i think other people would agree on thin. Steel hardest grind generating consistent to work with. And if you make a mistake you can't really correct it as easily. If there's no ranch or steel to work with the full five brands are paying the ass to get you know straight so i try my best but definitely defect situated close a special champ kitchen not so awful brett kitchen us. So what can in between more like a busy parent nights storms. All right c. k. k. right Yeah because a fully flat ground. That's why i was saying before it seems to me like a very difficult grind because In cross section. You know it's got to be like a perfect triangle with the center line and all that and This thing is beautiful though. It reminds me a bit of of a saks. Saks knife short. Yeah that is that is a pretty sweet and it comes with a sheet. So you know you could go out and do night maneuvers and then come home and cook every one meal So the fully custom knives you mentioned that Guy comes with you comes to you with the design and says will you make this for me is that is that what you mean by that pretty much. Okay with me with you know. I've done a lot of weird stock. Learn something that's very odd like a pistol grip on yod glutted although a lot of weird dot zein's yeah you come to meet with a design Sometimes it's just you know what will tell me you know what they had mind so it's not even scattering and then i'll try to put that on paper with my style. Though what i knew who my brian. Winds and all that stuff. And all sherman's cabinet they like. It seem an agreement. The price.
The Knife Junkie Podcast
"john miller" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast
"Your standard muller. Is it beautiful. I used to sell us for one. Hundred thirty bucks in the base steel. Now that's bumped up to sixty bucks. I think within sixty in the base steel prices have gone up as i take on more responsibilities have seen myself. And hopefully they don't increase too much. Like the whole point is to keep know customize affordable to me back when. I was seventeen if i wanted to get accustomed night that if i saved up for low bit i'll be able to do it months while i gotta say that price is not gonna last because people are going to start flooding you once they catch wind. And you're gonna have to jack the prices up but i mean that's that's really cool philosophy coming from someone who's kinda got constantly league has knives coming in and i don't have as many knives going out As i should be selling or trading but to have a fully customized knife Of a design of that design coming in for that price is a real man that's a real boon to the market and I think i think people are going to respond to that. So in grad with bosley mar- is it all instagram. Ho- how do you get the word out. And how do people know your stuff. All advertisements pretty much instagram. And i've gone to a couple nights shows at not so that's pretty much it. I do have a youtube channel. But it doesn't you know has or hasn't gotten traction but it is there something. Some people have come from. that awesome. Other advertisement is from year. Our buyer uber. He's great much. He bought an attorney. And i've sent him a couple nights or i grew. My instagram was really helpful was giving nights two people to run their own giveaways bigger profiles to generate work involved traffic. My will as we sit here. And jim is scrolling through your models you know something that becomes readily apparent you can see hollow grind. You can see compound grinds you can see just off the page of fully flat ground blade I know that you do. Chisel grinds i mentioned this upfront. I mean you have a such a broad range of what you offer it seems a little I dunno unbelievable. I was like really he does then. Hollow grinds to you know Tell me about that what. What is your philosophy in offering all of this all of this all these different grinds and such i mean that's just in my opinion part of offering custom a lot of people that gain traction that start off meeting customs. Stop doing customs. Because honestly it can be a pain in the ass customers back out pay for. You're making them but normally art job. It's accustomed to offer the all the different types of grinds himself trying to make the best experience customer. Why can i'm under the. I guess maybe false impression that doing a hollow grind is much more difficult than a flat. Grind doing fully flat. ground is more difficult. You know it. it seems like you approach them all equally. It's relieved to whoever with whatever you star on just mostly stood so for me a normal holograms easiest. Compound rhymes the hardest is six. Different ryan's rooney side normally watts. Aren't that bad on something that i stopped offering. It doesn't really make sense. And i really our time doing them. Or saber grinds. They're just really aren't for me That has to do with women and then my skill set. Which is you know not grants Plane describe to Listeners and viewers. What a saber grinders. So is a four flat brian. But that doesn't go all the way to the spine. So from the looks of it just like this. If this was flat round this would be a sabre and then a full flat. Were the whole brian. Who encompass the whole weight. So it'd be like a straight line at the cosso right instead of having that concave surface what what is the. What do you think the benefit of a saber grind is To those who make them. Ross it has so much strength and its unless it's like a even like a machete hollows machetes and so far they were fine I think it's for swords earning much goody grind but a lot of the older swords known history yard. They were full-fat too so Preference i guess i remind. My particular practices doesn't really make sense for especially for its words cutting formats with somewhat early at the our tip. You do quite a range like you were just Has jim was scrolling. We saw tomahawks. We saw that Sort of multifaceted Dagger it looks kinda like gladys upfront year. That was focused. And then there's that persian over on the right hand side with the with the top edge of drooled over that multiple times I love double edged. Anything pretty much. And then especially if it's symmetrical. I love daggers but an asymmetrical double grind is just you know and then you see sort of corral style ring ring knife there. what is the different. Not what is the difference. But when you make like say a tomahawk You have an order for a tomahawk. And then you have in order for for one of these compound. Ground tinto's and then you have that sort of Gladys style dagger Do you work on those all at the same time. Yes it keeps it interesting. If i was doing the same for example. Alex stein grabber naga maker. That i really was work. Want wanna get sicklets He doesn't same things. And i don't know how does it during that. Yeah i got a switch stop and got in each batch. I'll have compound brian. It's double all watts. It's all different stuff. And sometimes i messed up and do the raw ryan on something from us to correct it the gossamer. I definitely do mess. Up our yeah. Alex stein graber where he gets the spice of life or the variety is using the different steals in the heat treats same okay so you profiled the blade you've put on the main battles and then comes the heat treat to me. That is the most mysterious And specialized knowledge in the whole process. I can. I can get the mechanics even if i can't do it with my hands but i can get the mechanics of everything up until that point and then it's like mystery is kind of like tying your own bow tie..
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"john miller" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast
"Involved in the in in watching building. Okay right well that that's gotta prove beneficial in terms of labor costs. Yeah yeah so if you're thinking of doing a building a budget about one square foot per beehive and that's assuming that you're six two six to eight cows tall. Make sure those pallets are in good shape. I don't know if you've seen the there's a safety video out there of water warehouse and there's four guys working there and and the guy on the forklift just mixed one of the one of the pallet racking and whole building classes. Just those dominoes exist. I'll i'll i'll send it to you afterwards like oh you can get audible. Gasps out of people. I've never seen a building. Domino be Because obviously these aren't inside pallet racks stationary and stacked and the stacks together are stronger than the individual bees in individuals stack if that makes sense and the building is gritted for columns and rows and and again the information is available from one way. Load the building. We've logged where those highs came off. Okay i'm going to kind of change the subject here just just before. he got. Leave the topic though we do have pictures of the indoors and outdoors of warehouse on the in the on the website and then then show notes so if anybody wants to take a look at and get a visual representation of what john is talking about They got the website. There are there are also pictures of your building in Little book i'm holding here. It's called commercial beekeeping a field guidance put by bip and it is. You can get it from bit by going to their webpage. It costs you thirty dollars. Donation to support their organization in. It's the best thirty dollars you will ever spend period it is. It is amazing. How much information. Good solid business. Information for a commercial beekeeping operation and hobbyist and aside lender the stuff that's in there we'll help everybody I i am monumentally impressed. And you were part of it I contributed little bit to the back. Cover has testimony along from Doctor civic and another one from superb green breeder a jackie burruss so it was collaboration of of bunch of people. Contributing informations and the informed project partnership. You know the team just did a really good job pulling together. I i have one. I recommend it. You know it's a good book. Did you mentioned the title name. Title of called commercial beekeeping. A field guide was the bill or art. And you can get it on. The website and kirstin trainer was the editor designer. So yeah obviously is really nice will guide stuff and i'll tell you the thing that i liked the best about it Every every couple pages. There's something that was a box. It's call box. It's called a bip tip and they've got maybe something they'll referring to the chapter that it's in or something related to it and i just opened it up at random and here's one it says Let's see snakes usually hide under pellets. Remember the for identifying dangerous snakes if red touches yellow. you're a dead fellow if red touches black. You're all right jack. And it's got every couple of three pages it's got one of those in it's just you know just good solid tidbits of information that stick with you because he present them like that. Everybody ought to hand load up these out of blythe california once in their life just wants ethnics scorpions. Spiders and yeah. There is something to be said about ohio occasion. What have we missed. An overwintering in a building. John it's not cheap but you commercial outfit can afford not to investigate it. You know there's a lot of guys doing it right and i With transportation issues. No longer what they once were The gleam in my i kim the gleaming my eyes to load unit trains one hundred and twenty refrigerated cars full bees. And there's there's an intermodal place up in my not in kota and there's intermodal sites at fresno and lay up in california and if you could load hundred twenty four eight thousand lives on single express train. It doesn't care what the weather is on truckee and it isn't sharing the railroad track with people texting in vans next to your guy and it's kind of out there idea. There's something in the miller Organizations history that has to do with moving bees with trains. Isn't there yeah yeah it was. My grandfather rode the rails right. Yeah my great grandfather. Raw got thrown out of the union pacific building in los angeles so we went out to san bernardino. And they said okay. We'll give it a try but losses you know losses on those boxcars. Were really high. Get six hundred mils in a box car. I have no firsthand knowledge of this a lot of times. They'd lose forty percent of them on the way across the desert because there's no water so it was fraught with risk and that's how George krause got his bs in riverton wyoming and early twenties. It's how my grandfather got his bs. Nine thousand nine hundred seventeen in blackfoot. Actually i i daho as district little bit of migratory beekeeping history there well john this has been fun I appreciate your time. And i'm guessing you're going to have to go back to work right now. You said it was fifty five and you wanted to go for a bicycle ride. So i'm gonna let you go but thank you for spending some time with us and explaining indoor wintering a little bit about california season. Thanks kim and jeff. It's good to see my trends. My friends my friends can't back out of that with you. Guys be well long and prosper. Thanks for the interview okay. Same day and have a good bike ride. I'll see strava okay. I really enjoyed having john back. He's he's one of a kind of always full of great information. Well great information and blinding flashes of common sense I love that phrase and that's exactly what it had here when you go from forty percent lost eight percent loss I mean there's money involved but there's a lot of money saved. And i can see that being the future of commercial beekeeping or at least a big part of the future commercial beekeeping. I hope folks are listening and figure out what they need to do. Next house about ready to ask them if If you consider renting out space to other beekeepers have to look at the numbers and see if that'd be a money money potential and can you imagine if you had your warehouse all set up like that and you went out there with your infrared camera and your warehouse than just did all your grading right there. And what a time saver that would be. Then load him onto a train arrive in the almond orchard inspected and graded but Yeah i see..
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"john miller" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast
"So buildings clean really clean then. Then you've got. I think you said you had twelve colonies. Essentially a scale hive monitoring the weight of twelve colonies which makes a pretty good average rights. So oh visit just the field data that i logged every day when i go in there and i know that when we started the starting weight was fourteen hundred. Fifty eight pounds. Excuse me i know the inbound weight. And i know how much those twelve hives consumes each out there every day. Logging it so you can make some pretty accurate predictions of how much feed the building's going to consume and how much the average hive is going to weigh when it goes in and when it comes out are you able to feed these colonies in that building. No but i see it being done in canada. We'll see You know a little too but Snakes along drops into a feeder in the colony. But we have i. I don't know anything about that. I've seen it. I'm not sure on big building that's feasible. They're just do your work for you. Put him in now. Before i wanna ask you a question about cost considering you're only getting eight percent loss and and ninety percent of your visa going into the almonds when they come out in in the spring is the cost of the building and the maintenance and all of the things that you're doing if you lost forty percent of your body's you'd have a cost associated with having to replace them is the money you're spending. Overwintering reducing that forty percent to eight percent equal or better than you hoped. Yes it's equal to. I spent a fair amount of time in candidate looking at the buildings from twenty thirteen to twenty fifteen before we ever turned a spade dirt. And we we look deeply at the numbers and the return on investment. So if you're eighteen thousand foot building holds twenty thousand call knees and your costs for that. Building is roughly Say it's one hundred dollars a square foot so you've got a million eight in the building but your survival rate goes to ninety two ninety same ninety percent. The our ally of the building pays for cellphone about fifth year. Okay that makes that makes good sense. Yeah as fiscally. It makes sense but you can't just throw up building. Put a squirrel cage in top building. Expect everything to be. Ok does considering where you're you're building is located. I'm guessing that solar isn't A really good option for power source up here The local Welding manufacturer has a solar install. I don't know how efficient it is in winter. Yeah we have grown that we could put in an install an an an and the roi solar has changed pretty dramatically in the past four years. So i think as the cost of operation cost the install goes down. We'll probably take a look at that later on that the other thing. Kim is 'electricity in california is more expensive than it is of course north dakota so our electricity will be like six thousand dollars a month up here in california. It'd be about thirty thousand dollars so you know it's it's worth looking at that stuff. What what surprises me is. Is that soft fruit storage. And for example refrigerated all in storage Some lows grow their special. They're smart guys top ten growers top ten beekeepers. They're smart guys and not sure why. For example the top ten grower. Who's using refrigerated. Space for portion of the year couldn't also additionally use that space from november first to january fifteenth. Say to store beasts and bs then be proximal to the orchard and ready to go the thing about outdoor in california. Is they get stolen. They get burned they get flooded. They get sprayed. There's lots of stuff that can go wrong. And the risk of putting your keys in one building with modern oversight Is is is you know the condition of don't that's another blast of common sense here Blinding commonsense. that would make life a lot simpler for a lot of people if you could make that work. I imagine and and it's worth noting that you know. North dakota can be pretty chippy in the winter but Semis irs show much better than they used to be and roads are better than they used to be. And departments of highways are better keeping commerce running even in the winter so I worry less about an epic snowy event than perhaps like nineteen sixty nine when they had an epic snow event out here. I i'm just not seeing her. Yeah it's good One of the other things about okay. So you've got you've got Really sensitive equipment monitoring the environment inside this building and you're you're doing both visual and electronic monitoring what's the biggest problem Plus the biggest problem. That's really keeping the building clean to me. So be shed their dead. All winter long and The housekeeping will run the husky little dead be out in launch off the landing board. But the hygienic or the the house cleaner doesn't realize she seven pallets high in pitch black building and both she and the dead you know going into the abyss and they. They can't get back because concrete floors called and can't seem they don't know where they are so these bs pile up and over the course you get about a two hundred seventy five gallon tote a week and and you sweep them up and shove them up and you can use big wide brooms or you can use squeegees with wings you can use lots of devices you can use a grain vacuum lots of ways to keep building clean. It's got to be ugly job. Well i just keep broom in front of me at all times at all times whenever i enter the building. There's a broom in front of me. And so i just keep building clean. That's just a priority to me. It makes sense other in. We don't know anything buckles dead little husks. We don't know if they're bacterial bombs or viral bombs or or you know they're they're dead they got hauled out and booted from the from the hive once they hit the ground. Is that little dead. Husk inert myong. Well he's been doing it for four years and you're still here so it must be must not be too bad. We sent samples to the gino typing center in fargo and they came back with with suspects. There were some bro in there. And there were some deformed wing virus but we don't know enough about it we will learn more later. It's really interesting though. Another another financial question if you will You've got so many people. Were running this building. Employees How does that compare to if you were overwintering outside in in california or or north dakota the phone rings Four different people get an alert goes for people are say. Jason and ryan are in california and jeff. Hi who's who's primarily on point for building lives in gakhal and i can be anywhere so That we have some. We have more than one set of eyes on the building and when the building calls us to say i've got power interruption or i got temperature spike or something. We can address that quickly and our our fallback is if everything fails we can go out and throw open the doors. So you're dealing with four people all winter. Yeah yeah four. People are.
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"john miller" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast
"They rest right as i use energy in warm calling so the buildings trying to keep the down buildings trying to keep the co two at a manageable site and if the outdoor temperatures are really really cold North dakota is the saudi arabia cold. There you're building can load along very efficiently just using air when the fresh air is introduced to into the building yes. The humidity drops o two drops and temperatures retain constant and. That's great but co two gets bled out because you're injecting five percent. Fresh air's minimum threshold of fresh air injection and other guys may have different numbers. Different different thresholds for for the amount of fresh air intake on a really call day running five percent. Fresh air intake. Your refrigeration doesn't even have to run. The warm days on it really starts to get dicey because the refrigeration wants to re circulate. The air already chilled. That's when your co two levels starts pot spike and that's when your relative humidity starts to spike so it's kind of complicated. The building is actually arguing with itself. What at what height do you measure temperature and co two and everything else. That really good question. We've got a series of sensors throughout the building. The building is in four quadrants. So we're getting real time information on constant read the delivered to four telephones and You know somebody touches the door. A phone rings now. You building needs to be secure. A is just part of you. Know it's whole mothership you know. It's it's the mother ship is there and and we've done got some redundancies. We've got the power backup which isn't is not inexpensive. But all these things combined for ninety two percent rentable units coming out building instead of you know we spent lot of years at sixty five percent survival. And i can tell you that even if you're like laddy ohio high school graduate. Ninety two percent is more than sixty five percent. kim. I think so. Yeah well ninety two so the the your winter losses right about eight percent then right way. Way way below average her loss way below the winter losses. And i think most smart buildings are achieving. That's you know. There's lots of really good buildings. Tony noise has an exceptional building and fruit lynn. On the west side of idaho and Tenny lame ru has really good building in filer and ryan. Thomas has a really good building in in file. There's three buildings down there. They hold four hundred semi-finals bees. This is catching traction. And we'll soon cross is an indoor wintering good to hear your mentioned something else earlier today but when we were talking about indoor wintering and you were talking about inspectors from california coming out and looking at your bees in the in the building to Get rid of the inspection at the border. They don't care you before you ever left home. That does that working out. Yes working out. Better each year there's now a memorandum of understanding between california and that's california department of food and agriculture. They threw pest exclusion. Run the bug stations. While eighty five percent of all the bees go through truckee so trucking was experiencing some backlogs. And some you know real problems. At the time. I was visiting with a guy named cristiano beanie Who runs association. Management in sacramento. And the cherry guys were having the problem now. What you say. The the cherry guys would fresh cherries and put them on an airplane flying to tokyo fresh market. When the cherries arrived they would have trouble with rejects from the department. And you're you're seven. Sixty seven freighter got dumped into tokyo bay because he couldn't afford to fly your fresh cherries back after rejection got it. Yep so kress said this is what you do fly the japanese agd department to stockton to inspect the cherries before they ever get on the plane while that sounded like a really good idea. So so I spoke farther little more with chris and he said this is. This is who you get on that letter. Requesting to karen ross. He said get the chairman of blue diamond. Growers get the ceo of the almond board of california north dakota department of agriculture. Commissioner and karen. Ross as cd. So i did what he told me to do. We sent a letter. And i have learned that if the industry thinks it's a good idea sodas california department of food and agriculture. And they've been so good to work with so the pilot program is fly. The cd faa inspectors out. It goes through the buildings or they can field inspectors. A single semite can get a single semi in about an hour. Right you can do. Fifteen thousand is in a building in about two hours. So the efficiency of of of a pre inspection certification of just it's amazing wipes it. The the unintended consequence is drivers hauling. Bs love this program and inspectors at the bug station. Love this program. Because they don't have to gear up. Go out lift the hammer. The net look for something. They can't really tell what it is. Take a sample sand. An image of sample down to sacramento. So you have a remote party identifying the suspect bug and you know time goes on time goes on to get hot. People are getting stung is just a win win for everybody. I'm almost speechless. On how much common sense that makes it was a crisanto being called it. The blinding flash of the obvious. Yes exactly but that lets. You got people from california coming out inspecting your bees sometime before february then clearing you so all you have to put him on a truck and take them off at the orchard right now. We backgrounds like. I said we background call news for weight and wellbeing before they're going to the building but we also Are vigilant on the condition of the pallets. And whether there's field debris or noxious weeds or any weeds for that matter pallets whistle clean. Because i'm not gonna put the whole building at risk make sense never asked a question. You don't already know the answer to and that works with building like he's not the inspectors aren't gonna find anything that i don't already know a lot about.
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"john miller" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast
"Long term Seems it seems there were. There were enough hives around or the grapevine was working well enough between beekeepers I think everybody that wanted got these. Well there's a lot to be said for average you know As it becomes predictable. So that's good to hear i guess. Do you have any particular troubles here. We had no most. Our contracts are usually done before the end of the prior year. So we know where we're going. Generally speaking we know the counts and we know our growers And and and we're like all other commercial guys we hold a few back and this year we held back and lo and behold trouble came looking for other beekeepers and we were able to help them fill or contracts. I think we placed about a thousand hives more than we had Factored four in our winter mortality rates of these. Read a good Cutting out of the building. They were just really really good. And i can tell you. I would tell every beekeeper if i could speak directly to every beekeeper. I would say get your work done. We covered for a week last year. Just give you vivid example. We got about sixty pounds. Drop in north dakota last year. So i'm i got problems smallest property north dakota but we gotta work done in september and last year rather and twenty nineteen. We weren't able to get work done because we had this epoch wet. September and our bees were terrible spring of twenty twenty fall of twenty twenty september. Twenty twenty We got our work done on. Time and records are good. Numbers are square and we loaded that building according to of the zones surrounding gakhal as the center of the universe right really good and we grid the building completely so we know for example. The area east of gakhal has an assigned value or an an identifier loaded into the building unoccupied space and building. The buildings all gritted out. So we're able to track what we did last september in february of the following year. And we can see what's really working and we can see what didn't work that's smart. That's i to go back. Quick though almas we had on our one of our guests and people who grade almonds using infrared. How do your bees get graded. Arby's visa greater dust objectively by humans and usually the grading occurs by the graders assistant approaches the hive tips. The hive forward and we get a view of the bottom bars at the bottom box. Hive is then replaced in its position on the palate in the cover is removed. You get a subjected count beeson toddlers then call is broken in half so the greater can then see. The top bars bought a box bottom bars and the top box and he arrives at his frames count and usually that had little dot and put an eight over Four so there's eight frames upstairs. Four frames downstairs and my job is to make sure that there are no totals fewer than the number eight. That's the threshold for our contracts. Almost all our stuff Well over half of our stuff is graded and so That's my job. In all from january thirteenth cells february twenty fifth. My job is to push those bs across the finish line. Give as good as can okay all right. Well you mentioned the second thing. I wanted to bring up today. Was you mentioned the building and You know you've been working at this I think you said four years. And and every time i talked to you getting a little more sophisticated you mentioned a grid system and i think that that's new to me anyway and talking to you about this. So how tell me about your building a and then let's talk about what you do once you go in. And then until they ready to come out the next spring so tell me about your building for our listeners. Who who don't know you. John you your indoor wintering you've couple years into indoor wintering and in many ways you've kind of like brought it back you're bringing it back to the future Yeah flop flop flop. 'em told me i was outta mind. I've gotten used to that way. Put this building up in two thousand sixteen and occupied it on twenty seventeen and i two years eighteen. Nineteen of we placed ninety two percent of the building into a into pollination contract and My accountant. I thought i was a genius. We were just applying stuff that Larry crisis grandpa applied to a potato cellar in riverton wyoming in nineteen twenty two. There's nothing new about indoor wondering what is new is the sophistication of the equipment and and the preparation were Prior to loading building because the building is not a hospital. Now you can't cook. You can't put in at eighty percent good bees and get ninety percent out. It just doesn't work out so so the expectations have whether you're renting space or owning space. What you put in what you take out and the other great truth Gordon wardell will will tell you that feed isn't expensive and tell us denied and and you know. Just don't starve your piece. So how'd you don't start your bees you you have a platform scale in the building and you put twelve behaves on it and you study that rate of consumption because it's different from what the books say it's less nevertheless there's lots of stuff you can. Do you can background your colonies to maximize the number colonies go on a semi just by managing the feed in fall as you can put one hundred and seventeen pounds and they're going to eat about two ounces of feed a day madison and optimized bill. What's an optimized building is thirty eight forty degrees on your midday is kept low Your co two doesn't go above eight percent on a consistent extended time and and that's not it's less simple than it sounds because the bees generate heat and humidity as they as.
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"They're being distributed their affair and phased approach. When it's your turn, get vaccinated and keep wearing a mask because together we can end the pandemic. Eats two, KB told her Kruger and Brooks. When you want to break down football, there's nobody better to break it down with and Greg Cosell Greg, You know, somebody talked this week about Stafford. Yeah, I'm coming to the Niners. I think Stafford's a great quarterback. I know people might disagree with that. He's not been in a Super Bowl. I don't even know if he's won a playoff game, but we can play from the pocket. He can move. He's got a cannon for an arm. To me. He's an absolute upgrade over over Jimmy G. And I'd like to Jimmy G, but Stafford's just better. Would trade for Stafford Way before I would draft a quarterback in the first round. Well, you know, Steve Young said he went as far Greg to say that he thought Stafford could have been one of the great quarterbacks of his generation. If he'd have been in a different situation. That's how much he thinks of him. I couldn't agree more. 30 Krug and Rod B. C. K b Way Days, 2 to 6 on KNBR, 1045 and 68, please sports leader. John said the over shift on the infield the pitch as I drive into deep left field way back. They're still going. It's on its way. It's gone home run. An opposite field home run for Jack Peterson. His 19th phone run this year. Wonder nothing. Dodgers Rising Shine Bay Area This is Murphy back on KNBR, 1045 and 68. The sports leader. Well, there it is, If you listen closely, you heard John Miller say it. Jack Peterson. Yeah. Rumored to be talking to the Giants about a possible contract. That's crazy. How about that crazy By the way, that's that's a guy who's hit 130 home runs in his young career. Get 36 bombs in 2019 Jeez 25 bombs in 2018 dude.
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"Counterterrorism, John Miller. Set of Tesla with stolen plates also had a hoax device, which looked like a can attached to a bomb squad has determined that this is a hoax device, which means in their judgment, it was set up to appear to be a device. In addition, police found a husky locked inside and immediately gave us some water. The dog is reportedly fine. Police are looking for the driver. WBC news Time general four traffic in transit on the way now you forecasting the Ramseys Subaru Weather Center tonight Partly cloudy low 35 Tuesday Mostly cloudy high 40 to 37 Partly cloudy in Central Park. It's 35 in Nyack on Bob round streaming at home when you're smart Speakers just say play 77 w A. B. C. Telling you, ABC traffic in Transit Way have delays on the Jackie Robinson Parkway. Good evening. I'm Steve Reggie. Talk radio 77 w A. B. C. Stop and go Traffic Jackie Robinson as you leave the Kew Gardens interchange, going westbound out toward Metropolitan Avenue and the set that Harlem River drive is slowing the one thirties and one twenties. As you come through that construction zone right by the RFK Bridge. Hudson River Crossings are in good condition. They still there working on that accident. South bound Merritt Parkway in Stratford, Connecticut, Exit 53. And seven on Bethpage State Parkway at Route 24. We have an accident there to Steve, Reggie. Talk radio 77. W A. B C. Joe Piscopo here for Ramsey, Mazda. The Family Drive to enjoy holiday decorations is great fun. Ramsey. Mazda invites you to enjoy them in a new 2021. Mazda C ext. Nine with third row seating, and I I H s Top Safety Pick during the Season of Inspiration event, Lisa knew 2021 Miles the C x nine touring all wheel drive from Ramsey, Mazda just 2 89 a month 36 months on Lee 34 03 cash or trade due at signing call 888885 28 91 release details or visit Ramsey, Mazda calm to shop comfortably from home schedule a test drive and receive home delivery this holiday season. Ramsey Mazda is collecting non virtual food items for local food pantries. Please bring your donations to any Ramsey store and.
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"Explosive specialists. Were on the scene in queens of a stolen tesla in a parking deck with only a dog inside. John miller who leads the nypd intelligence and counter-terrorism division said what they also found in the car prompted an immediate evacuation of the area. There were propane. Tanks and wires protruding from the vehicle further investigation. According to miller determined that this was a hoax device which means in their judgment. It was set up to appear to be a device. The tesla had nevada plates but police aren't clear where it was stolen from nor have they released to whom the car is
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"Explosive specialists. Were on the scene in queens of stolen tesla in a parking deck with only a dog inside john miller who is the nypd and counterterrorism division. Said what they also found in the car prompted an immediate evacuation of the area. There were propane. Tanks and wires protruding from the vehicle further investigation. According to miller determined that this was a hoax device which means in their judgment. It was set up to appear to be a device. The tesla had nevada plates but police aren't clear where it was stolen from nor have they released to whom the car is registered.
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The Amish Pandemic Sewing Frolic
"It was friday april tenth. Two thousand twenty. The pandemic was really starting to roar. Ppe was scarcely in the supply chains. Were already breaking down. Every hospital was scrambling to find enough masks gowns and face shields. It was already every state every institution for itself. It was everywhere in the papers. Page one page to page three on page nine of the new york times dateline creek ohio. A headline cut on ape. Make a sewing frolic in ohio. The amish take on the corona virus. The story struck a deep chord in a state with us throughout these long months. The way this isolated centuries old self. Reliant community was rising to the occasion and collaborating with the world. Outside was something we wanted to know more about your attempt to record story. A new collaboration was born in that way that the pandemic has triggered all manner of new collaborations artists. Laurie anderson ohio born designer stacey hoover and producer. Evan jacoby all joined with the kitchen sisters to bring these voices to wear today. The kitchen sisters present. The great amish sewing frolic sugar creek. Ohio inca i. John miller manufacturer here with deep connections to the close knit amish community of central of got a call from cleveland clinic. When i get a call from purchasing cleveland cleaning at midnight i know needs. The hospital system was struggling to find protective face masks for it's fifty five thousand employees plus visitors. I thought about the fact that every amish lady in a community knows how we could then utilize the talents of the ladies into to make protective gear. Could his team so twelve thousand dollars. In two days he appealed to abe choi. Kind a local lumber neil and goods business and leader in the amish community. I called deep. Troyer and said make a sewing frolic a day later. Mr troyer had signed up sixty amish home. Seamstresses and cleveland clinic sewing from was i made patriotic ones. I think mine are also the other ones are from my sister. Sarah may meet those jeff. I am rudy Homemade candies. I'm curious sister. I am esther troyer. We had the candy store in the basement of our house. Frolic usually is using up as barn. Succumb people come from all around spectators as well as i have. Four course meal nash. Potatoes some kind of me sal desert. Some kind of dessert should be retire. But that doesn't pay the bills. So i can do this. The frolic of masks sewing is just. It's a group getting together doing a project as good. 'cause i went to egypt troyer to bring supplies. He's got three or four women in his own that console and they were cutting. The little wire knows please. That goes in the mass to conform to your nose on the kitchen table. Literally within three days the sewing machines were set up we had. I'm running in times like this. When can't have you no more than ten people in a room together you know. There's there's around. Ten thousand sewing machines in amish homes abe went and recruited sixty or one hundred sewers literally overnight and we may twelve thousand masks for cleveland clinic and forty eight hours that then turned into an order for one hundred forty thousand which scaled again. Currently we are making seven hundred and thirty eight thousand masks for the state of ohio.
New York PD’s Terrorism Official Says Unnamed Groups Planned Protest Violence in Advance
"York head terrorism op officer deputy commissioner for intelligence and counterterrorism his name is John Miller laid everything out when all of this really began to snowball that was a few weeks ago media still not caught up on this one he said that before the protest even began anarchist groups were preemptively using bail money raising bail money they were recruiting medics planning to give it property damage Miller reviewed six hundred eighty six of the arrest found out that one out of seven were outside from New York and I'm not talking about driving from you know Gruner Connecticut I'm talking about people that it came from other states a long way away now why would they be rioting in New York why by the way the one in seven Rudy Giuliani thought wow that's pretty incredible no that number later grew to twenty percent of the rest came from states like Iowa Nevada Texas why is somebody in Nevada no suddenly writing against the police in New York
Ben Affleck Speaks Out About His Divorce From Jennifer Garner
"Things have been athletes super candid interview with the New York Times. Jin Garner is again back in the headlines and there is this report that says Japan's man. John Miller is uncomfortable with all of this US weekly claims John is empathetic but worried about how Jennifer has once again became the focus. Now remember the interview been said. His biggest regret of his life was his divorce. So would you be comfortable? If you were Jen's man and the x was saying this stuff you had ninety days to figure out if you were about this life or not whether you date a man who doesn't have a job whether you data celebrity. Where do you date somebody? That's in reality. Tv those first three or your period to figure out what that person's lifelike and when he started dating her he knew what the Paparazzi was like. He knew what the press is going to be like and this man is from California. He understands that no matter what they do for the next twenty five years. They're always going to be linked together. Maybe have kids and be. That was the most significant relationship for both of them. So I almost don't believe this is one of those headlines. That definitely is not true. This is like an easy assumption to make but I do think him understanding that. That is her ex husband that they are very public couple when they were together and they share children is one thing but for him to still be speaking about her. I think is a different thing and I think no matter how much you love somebody. No matter how concrete your relationship is you wanna be with that person without their ex coming in and saying well the biggest mistake I ever made. Was you know not working things out with Max? That's a frustrating thing to have to get over. It is but I think of all the headlines that can be said about somebody. You're dating that's the most mild thing it's like. Oh she's great and amazing catch. Yeah I know thanks and I got her. So she's mine and they do keep it very private the two of them so maybe he doesn't really like the spotlight peacock that they're very close. I also don't agree that this headlines through You know it's there's any valid validity to this report but at the same time like you're right. It's part of his life her life. It's always gonNA happen. Ben Is Always GonNa come up in conversation and you do have to just kind of accept it. Luckily Jennifer Garner is. I don't even remember a bad headline about her heart. They like nothing bad comes out about her. And if there's that's whenever I think shit really hits. The Fan is whenever you're dating somebody and these rumors that are super bad or saying they stole or they did all these things. That's whenever it's harder it's harder you know. Friend DATES IS GROW. Who IS AN EXOTIC DANCER? And they met in the club and now he dates is girl and after seven months Yemen. You know I'm just trying to get her to quit her job and I'm like you can't do that to her like you met her there. She didn't start this career. When you guys were eighty and you know why she does it. She put yourself through college if she feels empowered. Let her life. Unless you'RE GONNA go ahead and pay for the UCLA and be Sallie Mae for that girl kit. Tell that person to walk out there even if you are even if you can't afford to take care of them completely. I don't know maybe she really enjoys dancing. Like you know I. I don't think that's fair to be like I can take care of. You don't need to work anymore no matter what your job is. Call me and let me take care of all your Sallie Mae Morgan Stewart. I know for a fact that you'd still work. That is very true. I would still work. You would still want. He's taking care of your true and so it's one of those things where like. Yeah thank you. That's a nice compliment. And it feels good the data man who can put you in that position or date a woman can put you in that position but if you still have the you know you want to accomplish things then don't ask me to quit my job. It's also that person has control over you then right and you no longer have your own income and one day you WanNa leave that person then you have to sort of go through a whole process that either gets you. It's just it's always better to have something of your own. Can I literally spend the card on whatever I want and I don't have to ask you for anything? 'cause that's GonNa have to be the stipulation cash cash. Put it somewhere else and let it. Hi. How validated Jennifer Gardner? Feel right now because a lot of times there was a lot of speculation. This person said this person's camp said this and you can't really tell your full story without doubting an addict and talking about the things that you went through so for him to now talk about some of the things that she experienced. She must feel like when Denise Richards finally was like Charlie Sheen. You're finally seeing Charlie G S. I had to deal with presidents and and that and tiger blood. It's like the sense of like. Wow this story finally came out. People don't think I'm just this poor helpless person just trying to be in love with this. This man yeah. Meanwhile I'm just trying to save his life because he's the father of my children.
Colleen and Bradley
Ben Affleck Says Divorce From Jennifer Garner Is His 'Biggest Regret'
"Truth Ben Affleck getting choked up talking about his divorce from Jennifer garner so he was on Good Morning America today and he also did an interview with The New York Times and he said I never thought I was going to get divorced I didn't want to get divorced I didn't want to be a divorced person I really didn't want to be a split family with my children and it upset me so much because it meant I wasn't who I thought I was and that was so painful and so disappointing in myself I'm sure he was opening up to the New York times about his relationship and its demise and how when things start to get hard in his marriage circa twenty fifteen twenty sixteen he then responded by deeply going deeper into drinking which of course made the problems worse right and then in twenty fifteen in June Ben Affleck and Jennifer garner called it quits after ten years of marriage they have a fourteen year old an eleven year old and a seven year old rather finalized in October of twenty eighteen but it's got to be hard to talk about all that stuff in public because not because of the issues itself but because it involves other people who are also in the public eye yeah and I'm you know like I just feel like that's gonna be awkward I mean I don't know what relationship they have now realistically but I think it's pretty positive or at least that's what they make it look like in the tabloid yeah they make it seem like that like they spend a lot of family time together and he kind of pops over he called the divorce the biggest regret of his life and has been really open with his about his battle with substance abuse he said divorce is very painful and alcoholism is very painful they just are and if there's something that your child is suffering that the level of pain that's not easily gotten past not easily forgiven not easily forgotten and it's hard you're not going to avoid causing your kids pain all pain pain is part of life I take some comfort in that you know I the the the article or the profile that that he has done recently where he's really talking through a lot of the stuff part of what makes this I think in deer is mean to him in the in his telling of his own story yeah is that there is a and there is a notion that he has an awareness of his part in it yeah I and I think I'd feel differently if he were putting things on other people but you really is telling his story from his very own perspective and I am hopeful that Jennifer garner has given her blessing on this I think it'll help people understand Ben Ben Affleck is better and she has moved on she's been dating John Miller this businessman and they've been dating for a couple of years now and insiders have been saying that he very much wants to marry her and wants to propose and she just can't be rush when that when you heard that right yeah because then it's like you've got the kids and I just don't understand and when you're very successful financially independent human beings and you already have a family or at least you have children you have to get married what what's the rush I mean it's different for everyone but you know I also think probably for her you know marriage means different things and you carry a lot of weight with what your last marriage was in her marriage was I am sure that being married to Ben Affleck was a ton of work that's what I'm saying to him my question was more to him like what's your hurry yeah yeah I don't know if she if she has one too you mean you saw the relationship yeah I think that's fine but I think it's just that's his intention that here really love to be married yeah you know some people really love to be married being married to something that's really
AP News Radio
NYPD New Year's Eve Security Preps
"Thousands of police officers a hundred and seventy five block or vehicles heavy weapons teams bomb sniffing dogs radiation detectors drones helicopters and even boats and Y. P. D. chief of intelligence and counterterrorism John Miller time square is probably going to be the safest place on the planet earth on new year's eve because nobody else but that kind of effort into an event like this please commissioner government Shea we currently have no specific credible threats directed toward any of our events still I'm going to ask the members of the public as always remain vigilant Julie Walker New York
World Pride March: NYPD to deploy thousands of officers for historic parade on Sunday
"The n._y._p._d. is putting a comprehensive security plan in place for the world pride parade this weekend on sunday the world pride parade will march through manhattan the route slightly adjusted road closures will be in fact holding a gay pride parade an annual event for the city but this is the first time world pride will be in the u._s. and honor of the stonewall uprising in nineteen sixty nine commissioner james o'neill in addition to traditional crime and terrorism we've out a fully investigate all reported by incidents or acts of hey counter-terrorism commissioner john miller admits the 2016 nightclub shooting in orlando changed how they secure the event it was about crowds it was about traffic safety in obviously after the pulse nightclub attack in orlando we had to reassess james flippin n._b._c. news radio
KNBR Tonight with Drew Hoffar & Kevin Frandsen
The order for the Yankees against the giants ready Rodriguez for today's first pitch. Here's
"The order for the Yankees against the giants ready Rodriguez for today's first pitch. Here's John Miller Dade. Thank you and LeMay who stands in. Right hander against right handed. The first pitch of the day is very high inside football one..
Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough
At Least 4 Americans Are Among the Dead in Sri Lanka Bombings
"The State Department confirms Americans have died in the Easter Sunday terrorist attack USA radio's Timberg with the very latest at least four Americans have died in a terrorist attack on Christian churches and two luxury hotels in Syria. Lunka John Miller is a New York. City police department's deputy Commissioner of counter intelligence and terrorism. He tells CBS this morning, what you're looking at is the kind of operation that would take a great deal of organization, a good deal of funding and more importantly, a fairly large number of people for your average Harris plot which increases operational security out of they run this for so long so much planning and so many wheels turning and without get out being on without it being found. Exactly
San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition
Remembering Hank Greenwald, the gentleman humorist
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park law La Land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information. Remembering Hank Greenwald, the gentlemen, humorist by Bruce tank ins, tracking hang Greenwald's broadcasting career is a bit like trying to identify every song ever performed by Bob Dylan. There's a new discovery around every corner Greenwald who died at eighty three on Monday covered. Syracuse football during the heyday of Ernie Davis Floyd little and Larry's uncle he was the voice of USF basketball for a spell in the nineteen seventies. He wants hosted a weekly forty Niners television show appearing one night in a helmet. So comically large it came down over his shoulders. And that was Hank. John Miller fondly recalled anything for a laugh, and then there was that visit Portland in nineteen sixty five. It was a western Hockey League trip covering the San Francisco seals against the Portland Bucker ruse and during a quick stop in Seattle Greenwald hap-. To meet a woman named Carla writer. They had a very innocent date and when Greenwald returned to Seattle three years later on a San Francisco warriors trip, they launched a relationship. He was such a gentleman Carla recalled this week, I think we went out three times before he kissed me. I said to myself my God, what's with this guy. The gentleman happen to be extremely funny and bound for glory in his profession. It was his wit. That really got me Carlo said, he always told me life with him would never be dull. And it certainly wasn't the two were engaged in nineteen seventy and Greenwald had big plans. He traveled to Australia the year before and fell in love with the country so much so that the two spent their honeymoon. They're back in San Francisco where they had a two bedroom. Two bath apartment on Nob hill for three hundred sixty five dollars a month. They arranged a return to Australia by freighter bay set sail on a sixty. Trip in June, nineteen Seventy-three with stops in Hong Kong and Malaysia. And quote, we were thinking of staying in Australia for good Carlos, Ed, but Hank founded difficult to get work, and we were both getting a little homesick. And by the time Douglas was born September nineteen seventy four we knew we'd be coming back. Doug grew up with his dad's passion for sports, especially baseball and next spring will be calling the Fresno grizzlies games in the Pacific coast league for the seventeenth year memo to major league baseball somebody get this man to the big leagues. He's that. Good life was more difficult with the greenwalds second child Kelly who was born with down syndrome. That's when Hank was at his best Carla said, he got me through the hard part with Kelly. There were times when I just wanted to throw in the towel with her. I just couldn't handle it. But Hank was right there. He told me from the day. She was born we are not giving up on this. Child to see Kelly today is to witness a person who has always been loved full of life. Enjoy as my colleague Henry showman described her this week and the family presses on without the man who joined the all time greats of the broadcasting business Dwayne Kuyper played four seasons with the giants after being traded from Cleveland and by the time of his retirement in nineteen eighty-five. He had a radio show on Ken Biard joining the giants broadcast team year later he had the good fortune of working with Greenwald. He was the perfect guy for me and Mike to learn the business Kuyper said this week, we were young energetic ballplayers coming off the field. And somehow he had to corral that energy and focus on making. Sure, we had a good broadcast. His preparation was. Unbelievable. He carried around little notebooks on each team filled with stuff he'd clip out of newspapers and scotch taped onto the page, and he felt that a true. Professional dresses that way, he wore a suit and tie every single day. Even if it was one hundred five degrees in Houston laughter invariably found its way into a Kuyper Greenwald booth. We were in Miami. And we heard these two deejays doing a spoof on the local broadcasters who constantly made mistakes and shrugged them off with the same. Catchphrase must have been the glare. I was just starting out on play by play doing a few innings before Hank took over. And I totally blew a call had the giants Willie McGee hitting a home run. When in fact, Jeffco nine caught it. So I'm trying to explain my way out of this. And I look over at hang and he's just shaking with laughter because he knows what he's gonna say must have been the glare. I'm sure the people at home wondered what was so damn funny. But Hank was laughing so hard I had to do the play by play the next inning. These are the moments that sustained Greenwald's memory and make it easier for everyone to excess. Such a great loss every night. You turn on the news. And it's a HP officer dying age twenty seven leaving behind three kids. Doug, Greenwald said or hearing about kids with cancer who don't live to age ten. This wasn't the case. My dad lived his dream doing major league baseball, even near the end listening to games on the radio. It brought him so much joy. He lived a full life. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park. La La Land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information.
The Morning Toast
The Truth About Jennifer Garner's Post-Divorce Dating Life
"The Jennifer garner is casually dating CEO. John Miller says a source. He hasn't met her kids. Jennifer garner is dating Callie group CEO. John Miller a source tells people there casually dating, but it's not serious garner. Shares three kids with husband Ben Affleck. The news come shortly after garner athletic finalized, their divorce three years after announcing they were ending their ten year marriage in June two thousand thirteen the couple began dating in two thousand four and married in June two thousand five
Robert Deniro, Maxine Waters and Hillary Clinton discussed on
"Start with breaking news this morning. The New York police department's bomb squad is investigating another possible bomb as we speak in Tribeca this morning. Multiple outlets reporting that package was addressed to Robert deniro. Now the latest package this morning coming on top of two additional suspicious packages discovered overnight. They were addressed to Representative Maxine Waters. They were intercepted. They're similar in appearance to five others that were received earlier in the day and the FBI updating its tally in a tweet Wednesday night. On top of the bombs that were sent to Hillary Clinton. Former President Obama former CIA director, John Brennan and former attorney general Eric Holder. John Miller is with NYPD counterterrorism has the governor.
Colleen and Bradley
Everything We Know About Jennifer Garner's New Boyfriend
"Can we get these burgers? What's happening? Fifty of them. I don't think there are any around here. Okay. That being said, then the story from people magazine is that Jennifer garner is casually dating. John Miller a source saying he hasn't met her kids who do we believe? Well, I tend to believe our source NT lawyer who would say they're very seriously dating, and they have been for quite some time that she has been waiting for this divorce to be final. So that she could debut this relationship to the world at large are saying gene has been wanting to move on. And now that the divorce is finalized. She finally can she has had no choice, but to be patient since Ben needed to finish his rehab treatment. But she was ready to sign the papers. Yeah. I mean, I tend to believe that this probably has been going on for some time. And and maybe the narrative that this is a newer relationship is more about kind of the appearance. Of course. She's she's dancing on. So the marriage is great, please consider for a moment. Why we continue to talk about these two. Now, I know there are actual stories happen as we are in love with them you. Okay. But why are you? And when you think about it, Jennifer. Garner. I know what does she do? She has she likes farms. She does that commercial for that credit capital. Cute. Sweet. Thirty. I loved that peace making food. We don't talk about people unless they want us to talk about them. So that leads me to believe that she's telling a story, you guys know that you're turning into conspiracy hurting we we were there like a year ago we invented conspiracy. No, we didn't know you didn't it, but you should have. Her show tune into Cobra for conspiracy theories. Yeah. Yeah. Seriously. It's nice fair. It's look we go we go there. And then we come back. It's a nice destination for a vacation. But we don't live there now. Okay. So we're willing to entertain your truth. Guys post Malone has spent over forty thousand dollars on post mates deliveries in care now this if he's. Thousand total endorsement opportunity. I don't know. What is he made more than six hundred sixty orders in fifty two cities nationwide spending upwards of forty thousand dollars on
York Giants, Barry Bonds and AT discussed on SportsPhone 680
Trump says newspaper shooting "shocked the conscience of our nation"
"W o r ernie anastas do you think most people care about proper manners it's just makes you happier when people are polite to you and you respond accordingly you think most people care about it yeah but a lot of people don't practice it in bad moods everything's going wrong in the country in the world they thank you and then it's kind of carries over to manage yeah if you're sitting at the table or something if someone is eating like a pig ruins by meal yes and then got to put their napkin under lab they've got use a knife and four all the basics commanders do count yes thank you i mean you know the way you present yourself the way you respect other people react out of the people i think it's very important pricey kindness every day nice to see my mantra everyday tell everybody be kind kind of talking with you on seven ten w or i'm ernie at six o'clock on fox five this is jeff mckinney and the wrr newsroom a court appearance today for the suspect in the annapolis maryland capital gazette newspaper shooting jared ramos has now charged with five counts of murder and it turns out the newspaper had declined to press charges against rama's several years ago what police called the targeted attack on the capital gazette was allegedly carried out by maryland man who had a history with the newspaper and with police in may of thirteen we did have a situation where online threatening comments were made rundle county police chief timothy l tomorrow said the paper declined to press charges there was a fear that doing so would exacerbate an already flammable situation that she said romo's carried a twelve gauge pump action shotgun and wanted to kill as many people as possible aaron katersky abc news president trump this afternoon commenting on yesterday's shooting at the capital gazette this attack shock the conscience of our nation and filled our hearts with grief journalists like all americans should be free from the fear of being violently attacked while doing their job the nypd is gearing up to keep the annual macy's fireworks display safe deputy commissioner john miller says they've been working for a while to spot any security threats for the fourth there's no specific credible threat to this fourth of july celebration but miller says there are still deploying bomb squads and dogs that can track explosives thousands of extra officers will be on duty to checkpoints will be busy and chief rodney harrison says make sure you know what's allowed in backpacks we'll be allowed there will be checked but once again there's certain types of coolest logical but not be allowed umbrellas blankets things of that nature at police headquarters i'm rob dawson for seven ten w o are still no budget deal in that puts new jersey one day closer to a government shutdown governor murphy wants a million mare's tax and do bump the sales tax back to seven percent at lawmakers are saying no if there's no deal by midnight saturday you could see beaches.
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The Sports Zone With Pete McCarthy
Conor McGregor charged following incident at Barclays Center
"Forty two degrees at eight o'clock good evening i'm sue guzman i'll makers and community leaders are staging a rally in brooklyn protesting the death of saheed vassal who was shot and killed by police yesterday the gathering held in crown heights on the corner where the thirty four year old man died state senator jesse hamilton called the police killing of unarmed black men a nationwide epidemic on the national it's only yet in this most recent incident vassal was brandishing a metal pipe similar in size and shape to a handgun something mayor de blasio had addressed earlier a man with a profound mental health problem was doing something that people perceive to be a threat to the safety of others james flippin for seven ten w r f b i says it is searching for human remains in babylon village and fbi spokeswoman declined to comment if investigators believe those remains might the victim of the ms thirteen gain their search comes nearly a year after the bodies of four young men were found behind a central islip soccer field ufc star conor mcgregor turning some heads in new york city despite not being involved in this weekend's fight card mixed martial artists company is now holding the ufc two twenty three at the barclay center this saturday and it held a pre fight press conference today mcgregor who profane lee objected to being stripped of his championship belt this morning on twitter legibly showed up to the media event unannounced according to witnesses mcgregor and his entourage through chairs and a guardrail potentially injuring another fighter ufc president dana white announced his intention to strip mcgregor of his championship belt due to his having left the sport to box with floyd mayweather last summer the nypd settling a lawsuit regarding counterterrorism intelligence gathering on muslim communities in new jersey eleven people in organizations in new jersey claiming they were the subject of unlawful surveillance based on their muslim religion now a settlement was just reached in the hassan case commissioner larry burns says the nypd admits no wrongdoing the nypd has not been found to have engaged in any unlawful surveillance or unlawful activities but the department did pay seventy five grand in damages to the plaintiffs the nypd's john miller was asked how this impacts counterterrorism intelligence nothing that we were able to do before that we are not able.