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"john patsy" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"You tell me how big this uproar should be mason ireland seven. Espn time to talk about ziprecruiter. If you are hiring ziprecruiter is the one way you can get a quality candidate fast and you can try it for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash when you post a job and ziprecruiter get sent out to over one hundred top job sites then ziprecruiter's powerful matching technology identifies people with the right skills and experience and them to apply for your job. It's a winning formula. Four out of five employers. Who post on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate within one day. So if you want to step up your hiring game gives ziprecruiter a shot. You've got nothing to lose because right now it's free at ziprecruiter dot com slash. La that's ziprecruiter dot com slash l. A. what are you waiting for. Go to ziprecruiter dot com slash la. Hey wednesday night and we're getting ready for a monster. Matchup for the los angeles lakers there in utah to face the red hot jazz and i just got an email short email john than i want to read. This is a manual m. Andy writes this. May this email is for mr ireland mr ireland. He says dora is mason's for twenty alter ego there it is. I don't think that's right. She wouldn't be three or four if it was me. Because i can't i can't pick anything as i've proven repeatedly on the show. That's why on the show. You say one thing. Andorra says the opposite. Oh door yeah. So so. John patsy jack and michael is under fire for. Do you have this for mocking a contestant on wheel of fortune. Now here it is. Listen carefully chris. Brimble west hollywood california tech sales. Yeah i work for technology company. We see technology that benefits older adults living senior.

"john patsy" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

07:56 min | 8 months ago

"john patsy" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Your are using black here, a juice concentrate and beta cure A teen and the color looks just as vibrant and rich as they do here. Although you know the artificial dyes are common in the United States, that does that may not make them okay for us and for us to eat. They've been linked to several health issues, including allergies and hyperactivity and Children and may be contaminated with carcinogens. They certainly not are not a safe as big security man Black here, it's used concentrate. Until what? Why would the big food companies want to do this? Give you one gas, right? It's probably less expansive. So to make matters worse, Pepsi company ads brominated vegetable oil to mount and do in the US but doesn't use this risk, risky ingredient in other countries so way back In 2014 Pepsi announced they were removed the on brominated vegetable oil from all of their American drinks. Following a successful petition, so things do change as we you know, speak up for ourselves, and we'd be our own healthcare advocates and we'd be our own food advocates. So John Patsy growth, their promise and still have not removed the BB o years later. So over four years later, they added it back. So this begs the question. Why does it Patsy just sell the same safer products everywhere, And I think we all know the answer. It's because the U. S big food System allows companies to poison us for profit with risky attitudes that are banned or heavily restricted overseas. And the U. S government allows the big food toe largely police itself. Deciding which ingredients chemicals and additives are, quote unquote say for us as well. See, this is a terrible policy because it leads to Americans consuming many of the very same additives and chemicals. That a restricted and food and other developed countries. So why's this happening in the United States? Probably the bottom line, right, guys, So I know you guys are probably thinking. Wow. You know, I maybe you knew this. Maybe you did it, but it is kind of eye opening. So on. You don't find artificial dyes found in Europe, you know that you'll find here in the United States and They also in Europe. They require a warning label, so companies around here don't want a slap warnings all over their food packages. That's because it wouldn't be good for business. Instead, they found that it's more profitable to take out the offending dies and sell a safer product in other countries. They keep selling the em barrier URGENT to us here in the United States. Because it's cheaper to produce and they can get away with that. And you know if you're just tuning in again, my niece Mag Simon interventionists have impact practicing for over 15 years, and the number here is 8669 to 09 for five by again the numbers 866 19 09455 So do Americans care last about their health and people in other countries, D'oh Egg seems to bay. However, I think things are changing. And I'd argue that most Americans knew cos they're styling similar products overseas with healthier ingredients. You'd be outraged. You'd be like why Why is this that? You know? I don't want to do that. So it's it's pretty maddening. And the food industry has already formulated safer, better products, but voluntarily cells and barrier versions of these products here in the United States of America, and I think, you know Was president Trump taking notes about the high cost of prescription pharmaceuticals and, you know, making a step in the right direction. My guess is maybe the next step will be looking at our food and The evidence runs the gamut from fast food places. The box cake mixed a serial to candy and even old deal. You just can't escape it. And if you're a parent, you may not really even know what you should or should not be getting your kids. So if you aren't have not opened up your eyes yet about the foods that we are consuming and how sick the United States is getting I suggest that you you take a look at what you have on yourselves at home and maybe make some some changes. You know, the nutrition research is manipulated by the big food companies and funding experts and you have to spot the fake food news that's generated by the big food companies and the tricks when companies used to make their food addictive. Super salty, super high in fat. And my labels like all natural and non GMO aren't what they seem too big and the food marketing hocus pocus. Is that persuade us into buying junk food disguised as healthy food, and I'm sick, Entire tired of it, But we're going to take a call from Delores in Warwick. Hi, Delores. What is your question? Our comments My question. Can I speak with Jing? You're on now. So you can it's mag and you can ask you a question. All Okay, so she's she was a little confused was for another, So all right. That's fine. So Delores or anybody else If you have any food related questions for the harmony with food, show the numbers 8669 to 09455 and we're talking about, you know. What makes McDonald's sell different food here than they do in London. What makes the products that we're picking up in the supermarket? Really, really good for us? Ah ah, which tend to say a lot of it is not good for us, and probably most of it. I'm so I want you to think differently about what you like How I want to change the way you guys are thinking about food and the food that you're putting into your bodies and one of the things that you could ju It is just well, look at juice a research on what Europe allows in their food and what the U. S realizing their food, But I'll continue this conversation. So we'll start with. You know, we don't want to be going. I say I'm not a judgmental person. But you do not need to, You know, be going too fast food every day. Okay, That's a really bad idea. But sometimes you're in a pinch, and I'm not going to judge if you're working two jobs and your single mind and you have four kids, and once in a blue moon, you stop that fast food, Okay? I don't think it's the best decision, but I'm not gonna be judgmental. But I will say that McDonald's They make their iconic French fries in the UK with three simple ingredients for potatoes, oil, dextrous and soft But in the U. S. They're made with natural beef flavour. Sodium acid pyro phosphate and are fried in oil laced with an anti foaming agent called Pineapple. Holly sill. Owe Ox Ain So, you know. And then McDonald athlete. You raised the dime. Ethel Polly Philo abstain from their online ingredient list for their fries..

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"john patsy" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:10 min | 8 months ago

"john patsy" Discussed on KCRW

"The schools are going to cut. Your funding is not a plan. We'll let let me I do want to say I mean, 8% of school funding. I mean, it's it's a small percentage. But it does come from the federal government. So presumably the president could do something with that money if he wanted to. Well, the money has been has been appropriated for a specific purpose that the president can decide that he's going to spend and not spend money based on a whim, the money has been appropriated their formulas. And the school systems are entitled to their to their funding. Well, let me just ask you about your plan is that If I mean it sounds like in, in theory, you and the president agree that that you would like to get schools kids into those schools if at all possible, As you say, you want to make sure it's done safely, man. What? What are you, prioritising is it sounds like if schools do reopen physically, I mean, they need to put a lot of new Safety measures in place. I mean, they're talking about billions of dollars that they would need to do that. What? What is what is your priority going forward? Well, the Heroes act and the moving Forward Act have funding. They could go to schools. One of the first things his ventilation when we know that the restaurant say there's a preference for outdoors rather than indoors. The experts tell us that when you're indoors, breathe just breathing. Um, the the virus gets in and stays in there. If you know a proper ventilation, you're gonna have a problem. The coded a recent study that found half the school district. Need to replace Half of them about half the school district's need to replace half their ventilation systems. They track heating ventilation and air conditioning systems during these serious repairs or replacement of half of them. That that that you know you're going to need that to comply with the CDC guidelines on ventilation. You need PPS, the personal protective equipment who's gonna pay for that? I mean the teachers already into their pockets and school supplies. You need space furniture. Um, you cleaning, cleaning and sanitizing when you have your work cut out for you here. It's so what you gonna do for buses? I mean, you're going to have the same number of students packed under the bus. When these costs money, One of the first thing we need to do is make sure we're funding Stayed. Local government says they have cut back because of revenue shortfall say they're gonna have to They're going to have to, um, cut education. The Virginia went through this. They had the General Assembly session right before the pandemic and They had to amend the budget. They they had to cut a lot of things. Teacher raises councils in the schools. Well, come come. We have a lot of problems that need to be funded. And if you don't If you don't of cover state and local shortfalls, Althea preparations for education will do the partially offset some of the cut comes from my apology. I just want to ask you. I mean, the little time we have left. I mean, some Republicans also the Education secretary, Betsy DeVos, saying If schools can't physically reopened, maybe some of this funding should go directly. The parents who are going to be juggling so so much with their kids at home. Is that an option? You're open to They've been trying to do vouchers for for a long time. And to use this pandemic is an excuse to what about something short of troops? I mean, is there another way to do that? Well, you give it to the parents of one of the parents going to do with it. They're trying to reopen the schools safely. And that's what we need is going to cost money and you need a plan. You can't come up with money right before the schools open. The higher nurses in the schools to AH fixed the ventilation systems you need planning, and that's not going on. Democratic congressman Bobby Scott of Virginia. Congressman Thanks so much we appreciate it. Thank you. There's new hope for people who have the blood plotting disorder. Hemophilia gene therapy seems to be working for patients, but the cost of it is raising some tough questions. Here's NPR health correspondent Rob Stein. Jack Greene was born with hemophilia. So doing something as simple as just walking down the street could cause big problems for his ankles. That was always getting these blades and the angles are walking around was Becoming more and more troublesome because people with hemophilia are missing a crucial protein that blood needs a clot, so just walking can cause dangerous bleeding in their joints that eventually can be crippling. Is the micro bleed to the You're sort of way you down. No, even physically, But mentally, you know, having to just stop and rest and ice and ankle that you feel is bleeding. Just having to pause your life so of every day and grand who's 26 lives in village, England knew that hemophilia can cause even more serious, even possibly fatal complications. If the bleeding happens in the brain or other parts of the body internally, there there, there could have been a lot worse situations, but You know, I consider myself quite lucky in that respect because before anything terrible happened to green, he heard that doctors were testing a new way to treat hemophilia, a new kind of gene therapy that would actually fix the genetic defect that causes hemophilia. When I first heard about the trial thought was unbelievable. That We're in the situation that this even existed. So he jumped at the chance to volunteer doctors infused trillions of harmless viruses that have been genetically engineered to carry a healthy gene into his liver, and it worked within a couple of weeks. He could stop injecting himself with the clotting protein he had needed every couple of days. His entire life. It's been absolutely brilliant and Life changing for me. I can just go about my day and not have to worry and gene therapy appears to be working for other people with hemophilia to not have to worry about hemophilia of any longer. I think it is essentially transformational for many patients. John Patsy of the Royal London Hospital ran the study. Green was in, He says the treatment dramatically cut bleeding in all 13 patients who've got the same gene therapy. Korean God. They all had the most severe form of the most common form of hemophilia thing is amazing data. Actually, it's been the holy Grail for years to be able to treat hemophilia. With a gene therapy treatment. Maybe we're beginning to see that that wasn't a pipe dream and that this is a realistic option. It's the latest promising development for gene therapy, which has finally started producing effective treatments for a variety of diseases after decades of setbacks. In fact, the company developing the gene therapy grand got says nearly 150 patients have now been treated, and the results are so encouraging that the companies asking for approval in Europe and the United States. It is such a major advance. Jeff Pager is an executive vice president at the California company called Bio Marin. When I was you know, a young man working in this industry. We talked about gene therapies. It felt like science fiction at the time and to be standing here all these years later. To have these huge benefits to patients lives is very exciting. Now. There are lots of questions about this one. Big one is. Will the gene therapy keep working, or will it eventually wear off? And if it gets approved by a Marine says this gene therapy for hemophilia won't come cheap. The company says it could cost as much as $3 million per patient, and that would make it the most expensive drug ever. It's just outrageous. That's Peter Bart. He studies drug prices at Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York. He says. The price tag on each of these new gene therapies just keep getting higher and higher. The clinical breakthrough is prodigious. We should be thrilled by it. But the greatest innovation the pharmaceutical industry is not the biologic breakthroughs they're making. It's their ability to extract money from society that we could put into other things like Better benefits in Medicare lower out of pocket cost for poor people, dental coverage and things like that drug company officials defend the price. It cost hundreds of thousands of dollars a year to.

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"john patsy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:10 min | 8 months ago

"john patsy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Schools are going to cut. Your funding is not a plan. We'll let me I do want to say I mean, 8% of school funding. I mean, it's it's a small percentage. But it does come from the federal government. So presumably the president could do something with that money if he wanted to. Well, the money has been has been appropriated for a specific purpose. The president can decide that he's going to spend and not spend money based on a whim, the money has been appropriated their formulas. And the school systems are entitled to them to their funding. Well, let me just ask you about your plan is that If I mean it sounds like in, in theory, you and the president agree that that you would like to get schools kids into those schools if at all possible, As you say, you want to make sure it's done safely, man. What? What are you, prioritising? It sounds like if schools do reopen physically, I mean, they need to put a lot of new Safety measures in place. I mean, they're talking about billions of dollars that they would need to do that. What? What is what is your priority going forward? Well, the Heroes act and the moving Forward Act have funding that could go to schools. One of the first things has ventilation. When we know that the restaurant there's a preference for outdoors rather than indoors. The experts tell us that when you're indoors, breathe just breathing. Um, the the virus gets in and stays in there. If you have proper ventilation, you're gonna have a problem. The coded recent study that found half the school district's need to replace Half of them about half the school district's need to replace half their ventilation systems. They track heating ventilation and air conditioning systems during these serious repairs or replacement of half of them. That that that you know you're going to need that to comply with the CDC guidelines on ventilation. You need PPS, the personal protective equipment who's gonna pay for that? I mean the teachers already into their pockets and school supplies. You need space furniture, you cleaning, cleaning and sanitizing. You have your work cut out for you here. It's so what you gonna do for buses? I mean, you're going to have the same number of students packed under the bus. When these costs money was the first thing we need to do is make sure we're funding stayed. Local government says they have cut back because of revenue shortfalls. If they're gonna have to They're gonna have Tio cut education of Virginia went through this. They had the General Assembly session right before the pandemic, and they had to amend the budget. They they had to cut a lot of things. Teacher raises councils in the schools. Well, come come. We have a lot of problems that need to be funded. And if you don't if you don't of cover state and local shortfalls, Althea preparations for education will do. The partially offset some of the cuts comes about my apology. I just want to ask you in the little time we have left. I mean, some Republicans also, the Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, saying If schools can't physically reopened, Maybe some of this funding should go directly to parents who are going to be juggling so so much with their kids at home. Is that an option you're open to? Well, they've been trying to do vouchers for for a long time and into to use this pandemic is an excuse to take. What about something short of troops? I mean, is there another way to do that? Well, you give it to the parents of one of the parents going to do with it. They're trying to reopen the schools safely, and that's what we need. It's going to cost money and you need a plan. You can't come up with money right before the schools open. The higher nurses in the schools to AH, fix the ventilation systems you need planning, and that's not going on. Democratic congressman Bobby Scott of Virginia. Congressman Thanks so much we appreciate it. Thank you. His new hope for people who have the blood clotting disorder. Hemophilia gene therapy seems to be working for patients, but the cost of it is raising some tough questions. Here's NPR health correspondent Rob Stein. Jack Greene was born with hemophilia. So doing something as simple as just walking down the street could cause big problems for his ankles. That was always getting these blades and the ankles of walking around was Becoming more and more troublesome because people with hemophilia are missing a crucial protein that blood needs a clock, so just walking can cause dangerous bleeding in their joints that eventually can be crippling. Is the micro bleed to the Yourself. Weigh you down. No, even physically, But mentally, you know, having to just stop and rest and ice and ankle that feels bleeding just having to pause your life so of every day in green, who's 26 lives in village, England knew that hemophilia can cause even more serious, even possibly fatal complications. If the bleeding happens in the brain or other parts of the body internally, they could have been a lot worse situations, but You know, I consider myself quite lucky in that respect because before anything terrible happened, agreeing he heard that doctors were testing a new way to treat hemophilia, a new kind of gene therapy that would actually fixed the genetic defect that causes hemophilia. When I first heard about the trial, it was unbelievable that We're in the situation that this even existed. So we jumped at the cancer volunteer doctors infused trillions of harmless viruses that have been genetically engineered to carry a healthy gene into his liver, and it worked within a couple of weeks. He could stop injecting himself with the clotting protein he had needed every couple of days. His entire life. It's been absolutely brilliant. Life changing for me. I can just go about my day and not have to worry, and gene therapy appears to be working for other people with hemophilia to not have to worry about him any longer. I think his essentially transformational for many patients. John Patsy of the Royal London Hospital, rather study Green was in, He says. The treatment dramatically cut bleeding in all 13 patients who've got the same gene therapy. Korean God. They all had the most severe form of the most common form of hemophilia. Think it's amazing data. Actually, it's been the holy Grail for years to be able to treat hemophilia. With a gene therapy treatment. Maybe we're beginning to see that that wasn't a pipe dream and this's a realistic option. It's the latest promising development for gene therapy, which has finally started producing effective treatments for a variety of diseases after decades of setbacks. In fact, the company developing the gene therapy grand got says nearly 150 patients have now been treated, and the results are so encouraging that the companies asking for approval in Europe and the United States. It is such a major advance. Jeff Ager is an executive France president at the California company called Bio Marin. When I was You know, a young man working in this industry. We talked about gene therapies. It felt like science fiction at the time. And to be standing here all these years later toe have these huge benefits to patients lives is very exciting. Now. There are lots of questions about this one. Big one is, Will the gene therapy keep working or will eventually wear off? And if it gets approved by a Marine says this gene therapy for hemophilia won't come cheap. The company says it could cost as much as $3 million per patient, and that would make it the most expensive drug ever. It's just outrageous. That's Peter Paul. He studies drug prices at Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York, he says. The price tag on each of these new gene therapies just keeps getting higher and higher. A clinical breakthrough is prodigious. We should be thrilled by it, but the greatest innovation the pharmaceutical industry Is not the biologic breakthroughs they're making. It's their ability to extract money from society that we could put into other things like better benefits in Medicare, lower out of pocket cost for poor people, dental coverage and things like that drug company officials defend the price. It cost hundreds of thousands of dollars a year to.

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"john patsy" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:11 min | 8 months ago

"john patsy" Discussed on KCRW

"The schools are going to cut. Your funding is not a plan. We'll let me I do want to say I mean, 8% of school funding. I mean, it's it's a small percentage. But it does come from the federal government. So presumably the president could do something with that money if he wanted to. Well, the money has been has been appropriated for a specific purpose. The president can decide that he's going to spend and not spend money based on a whim. Money has been appropriated their formulas and the school systems are entitled to them to their funding. Well, let me just ask you about your planet. If I mean it sounds like in, in theory, you and the president agree that that you would like to get schools kids into those schools if it all possible as you say, you want to make sure it's done safely, man. What? What are you, prioritising is it sounds like if schools do reopen physically, I mean, they need to put a lot of new Safety measures in place. I mean, they're talking about billions of dollars that they would need to do that. What? What is what is your priority going forward? Well, the Heroes act and the moving Forward Act have funding. That could go to schools. One of the first things his ventilation when we know that the restaurant say there's a preference for outdoors rather than indoors. The experts tell us that when you're indoors, breathe just breathing. Um, the the virus gets in and stays in there. If you know a proper ventilation, you're gonna have a problem. The coded a recent study that found half the school district. Need to replace Half of them about half the school district's need to replace half their ventilation systems. They track eating a ventilation and air conditioning systems during these serious repairs or replacement of half of them. That that that you know you're going to need that to comply with the CDC guidelines on ventilation. You need PPS personal protective equipment. Who's gonna pay for that? I mean the teachers already into their pockets and school supplies. You need space furniture. Um, you cleaning, cleaning and sanitizing when you have your work cut out for you here. It So what you gonna do for buses? I mean, you're going to have the same number of students packed under the bus. When these costs money, One of the first thing we need to do is make sure we're funding stayed. Local government says they have cut back because of revenue shortfalls. If they're gonna have to They're going to have to, um, cut education of Virginia went through this. They had the General Assembly session right before the pandemic and They had to amend the budget. They they had to cut. A lot of things. Teacher raises councils in the schools will come. They have a lot of problems that need to be funded. And if you don't If you don't of cover state and local shortfalls, Althea preparations for education will do the partially offset some of the cuts comes from my apology. I just want to ask you. I mean, the little time we have left. I mean, some Republicans also the Education secretary, Betsy DeVos, saying If schools can't physically reopened, maybe some of this funding should go directly. The parents who are going to be juggling so so much with their kids at home. Is that an option you're open to? Well, they've been trying to do vouchers for for a long time and into to use this pandemic is an excuse to What about something short of vultures? I mean, is there another way to do that? Well, you give it to the parents of one of the parents going to do with it. They're trying to reopen the schools safely. And that's what we need is going to cost money and you need a plan. You can't come up with money right before the schools open. The higher nurses in the schools to AH fixed the ventilation systems you need planning, and that's not going on. Democratic congressman Bobby Scott of Virginia. Congressman Thanks so much we appreciate it. Thank you. His new hope for people who have the blood clotting disorder. Hemophilia gene therapy seems to be working for patients, but the cost of it is raising some tough questions. Here's NPR health correspondent Rob Stein. Jack Greene was born with hemophilia. So doing something as simple as just walking down the street could cause big problems for his ankles. That was always getting these blades and the ankles of walking around was Becoming more and more troublesome because people with hemophilia are missing a crucial protein that blood needs to clot. So just walking can cause dangerous bleeding in their joints that eventually can be crippling. Is the micro bleed to the You sort of way you down. No, even physically. But mentally, you know, having to just stop and rest and ice and ankle that you feels bleeding just having to pause your life so of every day and grand who's 26 lives in village, England knew that hemophilia can cause even more serious, even possibly fatal complications. If the bleeding happens in the brain or other parts of the body internally, there there, there could have been a lot worse situations, but You know, I consider myself quite lucky in that respect because before anything terrible happened to green, he heard that doctors were testing a new way to treat hemophilia, a new kind of gene therapy that would actually fix the genetic defect that causes hemophilia. When I first heard about the trial, it was unbelievable that We're in the situation that this even existed. So he jumped at the chance to volunteer doctors infused trillions of harmless viruses that have been genetically engineered to carry a healthy gene into his liver, and it worked within a couple of weeks. He could stop injecting himself with the clotting protein he had needed every couple of days. His entire life. It's been absolutely brilliant and Life changing for me. I can just go about my day and not have to worry and gene therapy appears to be working for other people with hemophilia to not have to worry about hemophilia any longer. I think his essentially transformational for many patients. John Patsy of the Royal London Hospital ran the study. Green was in, He says, the treatment dramatically cut bleeding in all 13 patients who've got the same gene therapy. Korean God. They all had the most severe form of the most common form of hemophilia thing is amazing data. Actually, it's been the Holy Grail for years to be able to treat hemophilia with a gene therapy treatment. Maybe we're beginning to see that that wasn't a pipe dream and this's a realistic option. It's the latest promising development for gene therapy, which has finally started producing effective treatments for a variety of diseases after decades of setbacks. In fact, the company developing the gene therapy grand got says nearly 150 patients have now been treated, and the results are so encouraging that the companies asking for approval in Europe and the United States. It is such a major advance. Jeff Ager is an executive France president at the California company called Bio Marin. When I was you know, a young man working in this industry. We talked about gene therapies. It felt like science fiction at the time and to be standing here all these years later. To have these huge benefits to patients lives is very exciting. Now. There are lots of questions about this one. Big one is. Will the gene therapy keep working, or will it eventually wear off? And if it gets approved by a Marine says this gene therapy for hemophilia won't come cheap. The company says it could cost as much as $3 million per patient, and that would make it the most expensive drug ever. It's just outrageous. That's Peter Bar, he studies drug prices at Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York. He says. The price tag on each of these new gene therapies just keep getting higher and higher. A clinical breakthrough is prodigious. We should be thrilled by it. But the greatest innovation the pharmaceutical industry is not the biologic breakthroughs they're making. It's their ability to extract money from society that we could put into other things like better benefits and Medicare lower out of pocket cost for poor people, dental coverage and things like that. Drug company officials defend the price. It cost hundreds of thousands of dollars a year to treat.

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"john patsy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:38 min | 8 months ago

"john patsy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Schools are going to cut. Your funding is not a plan. We'll let me I do want to say I mean, 8% of school funding. I mean, it's it's a small percentage. But it does come from the federal government. So presumably the president could do something with that money if he wanted to. Well, the money has been has been appropriated for a specific purpose that the president can decide that he's going to spend and not spend money based on a whim, the money's been appropriated their formulas. And the school systems are entitled to their to their funding. Well, let me just ask you about your plan is that If I mean it sounds like in, in theory, you and the president agree that that you would like to get schools kids into those schools, if at all possible is as you say, You want to make sure it's done safely. What? What are you prioritising is it sounds like if schools do reopen physically, I mean, they need to put a lot of new Safety measures in place. I mean, they're talking about billions of dollars that they would need to do that. What? What is what is your priority going forward? Well, the Heroes act and the moving Forward Act have funding. They could go to schools. One of the first things his ventilation when we know that the restaurant say there's a preference for outdoors rather than indoors. The experts tell us that when you're indoors, breathe just breathing. Um the virus gets them and saved in there. If you know a proper ventilation, you're gonna have a problem. The rodeo in a recent study that found half the school district's need to replace Half of them about half the school district's need to replace half their ventilation systems. They track heating ventilation and air conditioning systems during these serious repairs or replacement of half of them. That that that you know you're going to need that to comply with the CDC guidelines on ventilation. You need PPS the personal protective equipment. Now who's gonna pay for that? I mean the teachers already into their pockets and school supplies. You need space furniture, you cleaning, cleaning and sanitizing. You have your work cut out for you here. It So what you gonna do for buses? I mean, you're going to have the same number of students packed under the bus. When these costs money was the first thing we need to do is make sure we're funding stayed. Local government says they have cut back because of revenue shortfalls. If they're gonna have to They're going to have to cut education of Virginia went through this. They had the General Assembly session right before the pandemic, and they had to amend the budget. They they had to cut a lot of things. Teacher raises councils in the schools. Well, we have a lot of problems that need to be funded. And if you don't if you don't of cover state and local shortfalls, Althea preparations for education will do. The partially offset some of the cuts comes about my apology. I just want to ask you in the little time we have left. I mean, some Republicans also, the Education secretary Betsy DeVos, saying If schools can't physically reopened. Maybe some of this funding should go directly to parents who are going to be juggling so so much with their kids at home. Is that an option you're open to? Well, they've been trying to do vouchers for for a long time and into to use the pandemic has an excuse to take. What about something short of troops? I mean, is there another way to do that? Well, you give it to the parents or the parents going to do with it. They're trying to reopen the schools safely, and that's what we need. It's going to cost money and you need a plan. You can't come up with money right before the schools open the hire nurses in the schools To Ah, fixed the ventilation systems you need planning and that's not going on. Democratic congressman Bobby Scott of Virginia. Congressman Thanks so much we appreciate it. Thank you. His new hope for people who have the blood clotting disorder. Hemophilia gene therapy seems to be working for patients, but the cost of it is raising some tough questions. Here's NPR health correspondent Rob Stein. Jack Greene was born with hemophilia. So doing something as simple as just walking down the street could cause big problems for his ankles. That was always getting these blades and the ankles of walking around was Becoming more and more troublesome because people with hemophilia are missing a crucial protein that blood needs a clot, so just walking can cause dangerous bleeding in their joints that eventually can be crippling. Is the micro bleed to the Yourself. Weigh you down. No, even physically But mentally, you know, having to just stop and rest and ice and ankle that you feel is bleeding. Just having to pause your life solve every day in green, who's 26 lives in village, England knew that hemophilia can cause even more serious, even possibly fatal complications. If the bleeding happens in the brain or other parts of the body internally, they could have been a lot worse situations, but You know, I consider myself quite lucky in that respect because before anything terrible happened, agreeing he heard that doctors were testing a new way to treat him Ophelia, a new kind of gene therapy that would actually fix the genetic defect that causes hemophilia. When I first heard about the trial thought was unbelievable. That We're in the situation that this even existed. So he jumped at the chance to volunteer doctors infused trillions of harmless viruses that have been genetically engineered to carry a healthy gene into his liver, and it worked within a couple of weeks. He could stop injecting himself with the clotting protein he had needed every couple of days. His entire life. It's been absolutely brilliant. Life changing for me. I can just go about my day and not have to worry and gene therapy appears to be working for other people with hemophilia to not have to worry about him, William any longer. I think it is essentially transformational for many patients. John Patsy of the Royal London Hospital ran the study. Green was in, He says the treatment dramatically cut bleeding in all 13 patients who've got the same gene therapy. Korean God. They all had the most severe form of the most common form of hemophilia thing is amazing Data search. It's been the Holy Grail for years to be able to treat hemophilia. With a gene therapy treatment. Maybe we're beginning to see that that wasn't a pipe dream and this's a realistic option. It's the latest promising development for gene therapy, which has finally started producing effective treatments for a variety of diseases after decades of setbacks. In fact, the company developing the gene therapy grand dot says nearly 150 patients have now been treated and the results are so encouraging that the.

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"john patsy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:11 min | 8 months ago

"john patsy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Schools are going to cut. Your funding is not a plan. We'll let me I do want to say I mean, 8% of school funding. I mean, it's it's a small percentage. But it does come from the federal government. So presumably the president could do something with that money if he wanted to. Well, the money has been has been appropriated for a specific purpose. The president can decide that he's going to spend and not spend money based on a whim, the money has been appropriated their formulas. And the school systems are entitled to them to their funding. Well, let me just ask you about your planet. If I mean it sounds like in, in theory, you and the president agree that that you would like to get schools kids into those schools If it all possible is, as you say, you want to make sure it's done safely, man. What? What are you, prioritising is it sounds like if schools do reopen physically, I mean, they need to put a lot of new Safety measures in place. I mean, they're talking about billions of dollars that they would need to do that. What? What is what is your priority going forward? Well, the Heroes act and the moving Forward Act have funding. They can go to schools. One of the first things his ventilation when we know that the restaurant say there's a preference for outdoors rather than indoors. The experts tell us that when you're indoors, breathe just breathing. Um the virus gets in and stays in there. If you know a proper ventilation, you're gonna have a problem. The coded a recent study that found half the school district. Need to replace Half of the about half the school district's need to replace half their ventilation systems. Uh, H back heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems during these serious repairs or replacement of half of them. That that that you know you're going to need that to comply with the CDC guidelines on ventilation. You need PPS personal protective equipment. Who's gonna pay for that? I mean the teachers already into their pockets and school supplies. You need space furniture. Um, um you cleaning, cleaning and sanitizing you have your work cut out for you here. It's so what you gonna do for buses? I mean, you're going to have the same number of students packed under the bus. In these costs. Money was the first thing we need to do is make sure we're funding Stayed. Local government says they have cut back because of revenue shortfall say they're gonna have to They're gonna have to, um, cut education of Virginia went through this. They had the General Assembly session right before the pandemic, and they had to amend the budget. They they had to cut a lot of things. Teacher raises councils in the schools. Well, come come. We have a lot of problems that need to be funded. And if you don't If you don't of cover state and local shortfalls, Althea preparations for education will do the partially offset some of the cuts comes from up my apology. I just want to ask you. I mean, the little time we have left. I mean, some Republicans also, the Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, saying If schools can't physically reopened. Maybe some of this funding should go directly to parents who are going to be juggling so so much with their kids at home. Is that an option you're open to? Well, they've been trying to do vouchers for for a long time and to use this pandemic as an excuse to What about something short of vultures? I mean, is there another way to do that? Well, you give it to the parents of one of the parents going to do with it. They're trying to reopen the schools safely. And that's what we need is going to cost money and you need a plan. You can't come up with money right before the schools open. The higher nurses in the schools to AH fixed the ventilation systems you need planning, and that's not going on. Democratic congressman Bobby Scott of Virginia. Congressman Thanks so much we appreciate it. Thank you. There's new hope for people who have the blood clotting disorder. Hemophilia gene therapy seems to be working for patients, but the cost of it is raising some tough questions. Here's NPR health correspondent Rob Stein. Jack Greene was born with hemophilia. So doing something as simple as just walking down the street could cause big problems for his ankles. That was always getting these blades and the angles are walking around was Becoming more and more troublesome because people with hemophilia are missing a crucial protein that blood needs a clot, so just walking can cause dangerous bleeding in their joints that eventually can be crippling. Is the micro bleed to the You're sort of way you down. No, even physically, But mentally, you know, having to just stop and rest and ice and ankle that you feel is bleeding. Just having to pause your life so of everyday and green, who's 26 lives in village, England knew that hemophilia can cause even more serious, even possibly fatal complications. If the bleeding happens in the brain or other parts of the body internally, they could have been a lot worse situations, but You know, I consider myself quite lucky in that respect because before anything terrible happened to green, he heard that doctors were testing a new way to treat hemophilia, a new kind of gene therapy that would actually fix the genetic defect that causes hemophilia. When I first heard about the trial thought was unbelievable. That We're in the situation that this even existed. So he jumped at the chance to volunteer doctors infused trillions of harmless viruses that have been genetically engineered to carry a healthy gene into his liver, and it worked within a couple of weeks. He could stop injecting himself with the clotting protein he had needed every couple of days. His entire life. It's been absolutely brilliant and Life changing for me. I can just go about my day and not have to worry and gene therapy appears to be working for other people with hemophilia to not have to worry about hemophilia any longer. I think his essentially transformational for many patients. John Patsy of the Royal London Hospital, rather study Green was in, He says. The treatment dramatically cut bleeding in all 13 patients who've got the same gene therapy. Korean God. They all had the most severe form of the most common form of hemophilia thing is amazing data. Actually, it's been the holy Grail for years to be able to treat hemophilia. With a gene therapy treatment. Maybe we're beginning to see that that wasn't a pipe dream and that this is a realistic option. It's the latest promising development for gene therapy, which has finally started producing effective treatments for a variety of diseases after decades of setbacks. In fact, the company developing the gene therapy grand got says nearly 150 patients have now been treated, and the results are so encouraging that the companies asking for approval in Europe and the United States. It is such a major advance. Jeff Ager is an executive vice president at the California company called Bio Marin. When I was you know, a young man working in this industry. We talked about gene therapies. It felt like science fiction at the time and to be standing here all these years later. To have these huge benefits to patients lives is very exciting. Now. There are lots of questions about this one. Big one is. Will the gene therapy keep working, or will it eventually wear off? And if it gets approved by a Marine says this gene therapy for hemophilia won't come cheap. The company says it could cost as much as $3 million per patient, and that would make it the most expensive drug ever. It's just outrageous. That's Peter Bart. He studies drug prices at Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York, he says. The price tag on each of these new gene therapies just keep getting higher and higher. A clinical breakthrough is prodigious. We should be thrilled by it, but the greatest innovation the pharmaceutical industry Is not the biologic breakthroughs they're making. It's their ability to extract money from society that we could put into other things like better benefits and Medicare lower out of pocket cost for poor people, dental coverage and things like that. Drug company officials defend the price. It cost hundreds of thousands of dollars a year to treat.

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"john patsy" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

11:32 min | 1 year ago

"john patsy" Discussed on WTVN

"Know coronaviruses shaken up everyone and having to shelter in place as freight a lot owners but there is some light at the end of the tunnel Dr Murray Colin an epidemiologist who specializes in infectious diseases says the social distancing is a pain but it does work social distancing quarantines separated from people this is what finally broke the operating China the very first rule it's what worked in Singapore as a working career and there's more good news Colin says once you've had corona virus you're not likely to get it again if you test positive without a body that's a good thing that means you probably aren't infected now but you has been inspected that means you're meeting so who we gonna put back on the work force if we know that you're at a body positive you're safe from chrome large Dr Colin also will former CDC and W. H. O. executive reminds us to keep in mind this too shall pass go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast app for all the latest news and information about coronavirus breaking news traffic and weather every ten minutes newsradio six ten WTVN your Sunday afternoon news radio six ten WTVN my name's Bob Randolph Emily Taylor on the other side of the glass in master control Haley producer duties doing a fine job as always and what we're talking about ways to keep your brain entertained and if you're trying to keep your mind may be at ease in ease a little bit of that anxiety that you might have because well we're going to be cooped up for a little bit yeti and again the stay at home order issued last week is at least through April sixth at this point so we're not going anywhere we're not going out to the movies were not going out to to the bars or the the you know the restaurants we're not doing any of that stuff so we're trying to figure out ways to keep ourselves entertained and to keep ourselves kind of in check and there's a gentleman who is going to help out with that his name is John Patsy and John joins me now John thank you for taking some time out of your afternoon I certainly do appreciate it thank you Bob great to be with your family well you know it we live it it's an honor again to bring you back because one of the pro one of the shows that you do and we had yet to talk about it then you did some magic tricks here which blew my mind thank you for the for what you showed me by the way I'm continuing to work on that it's it's getting better but I I still need to work but it's in the show called miracles and magic and it benefits a kid again which is a great central Ohio charity and they also have other branches throughout Ohio to get one in the Indiana Indianapolis area I believe it is but I think they do some great work and your show you bring in a couple of magicians are make you and the what but I think you had what three for the last couple shows now we had three additional felony out from all from all around the world to commence yeah and these are I mean it's it's not people that you haven't heard of before you don't like black Dana Daniels I now I didn't recognize his name the first but the minute I saw the activity yeah I love this guy the young classically thirty was on Broadway for quite some time as part of the record breaking show on Broadway yes so you've got something coming up on April first and it's not only performs prank grades it is not that that's key to point out but I thought what better day to I try to pull this off absolutely so what you tell us a little bit about what you've got going on because again this is something that everybody can partake in and watch the absolutely cancel miracles and magic the mission behind that was to support children a life threatening condition and give them the opportunity for get about chemo and forget about shot the needles in hospitals and instead come literally witnessed and enjoyed that amazement and magic of wonder to try to feel like a normal person again and when I thought about it like doesn't that describe about ninety nine percent of her fourth world at the moment we need to forget about a lot of reality and have even just a little break from normalcy and and try to try to experience the magic in our lives so we we took the miracles and magic concept online and I literally have twenty performers world champion magician Joshua jail got the one man show in New York City back for Kevin James has been on Broadway a lot of great local talent Michael can Eric Myers Michael Dustin Jr Murray Rory Rennick Eric Taylor all local performers but we are gonna be broadcasting around the world and it's going on two o'clock PM starting on eastern time on on a Facebook live all fantastic that is going to be that's gonna be a lot of fun to watch I have you figured out all the technical details because I can I can only imagine what's going on behind the scenes well you first to get all the technical details and figure out how to do it with your children as the production G. by my daughter Sydney who's eighteen is going to be the director of the show and we literally will have speech from coming in from around the world to my home office here and and Powell and then broadcasting it back out so learning a lot as we go but both of you know how that goes it's an amazing milestone but this all could happen together and it does it again one of the names that you mentioned now it's not a a big name that I think a lot of people Joshua J. I. I do know I do know that name and Kevin James as you you mentioned that is another name some of these guys that you're talking about if if you haven't seen them before you can definitely know their work you'll you'll recognize a lot of talent when I think it's pretty cool I mean they're going to bring some of their best stuff from from their living room to yours it's it's not going to be a fancy production it is literally going to be it's license it'll be a fancy broadcast but this is going to be up close and personal and and very real and authentic there's no dancing girls no studio like this that bring in the best in the world to your your room this is this is about is as close up and personal magic is you can get good point yeah say what it was coming from somebody's home that is that is amazing and you said there's twenty performers what and tell us how we can access this thing on on Facebook sure if you have Facebook and simply just search on miracles and magic that should pull up probably your very first thing in the actual U. R. L. as miracles and magic show and it literally will start broadcasting it to level six maybe to all one but we'll be there all you wanted band with you know is in our favor here in Ohio we should be good to go but we would love everyone to jointly share once it opens up we share the watch party we we think truly as many people who can get a little break and just sharing a little laughter a little magic could could really be used right now so and again I'm a big magic fan I always have been and I love the stuff in I know that I am looking forward to it again just being able to turn the brain off and enjoy something for a little bit is a very important right now I think so as well we can all use that a little bit of break in some hopes of happiness then obviously good health well John thank you for coming on to talk about this and you know it and for putting all this together because I'm sure it's a monumental task trying to get you said twenty performers I can only imagine it's like trying to wrangle the guys you wrangle here to try and actually get them more than that to put this together and then teaching technology and please tell the use good lighting and have a good microphone there's a whole nother five books I'm sure because a lot of that usually taken care of for a visit yeah yes no no stage lights in the room not for some states like the health one one or two of them actually have studio so that'll be fantastic well that'll be good that so no I I'm very much looking forward to it and I wish you nothing but success for this you can certainly count on me to be watching it I can tell you that and in Johnny and John again thank you for taking the time out get thanks for putting us on because again we can certainly all use a break right now we could thanks for sharing your time with me as well as your listeners really appreciate it not a problem John I will be in touch with you soon once again thanks thank you all right have a great day also there you go so again miracles and magic look it up on Facebook miracles and magic show dot com you can go there is well so you'll be able to turn your brain off a little bit and you'll be able to enjoy some great performers like Joshua J. who he mentioned it is the I know that name because I'm into the magic stuff but if you look him up but he's done a lot of performance is very very good Kevin James here again not the actor Kevin James not from the you know king of queens but if you if you look up some of these guys you're going to see some things that they've done or maybe even some things that they've created that other magicians have done you're going to know what what the structure that what district you're gonna recognize what you're seeing so again should be a lot of fun I for one very much looking forward to doing that and be able to turn my brain off for just a little bit and watch you don't magic happen from their homes that's good again gonna be very cool so again talking about turning the brains often being able to kind of maybe forget about what's going on outside for at least a few minutes and being able to just sit back relax and enjoy and maybe see a movie that we've never seen before or movie that we should see so again we've been talking about that this afternoon in a two one W. T. V. M. or one eight hundred six ten WTVN Anant Brian you're on six ten WTVN good afternoon hello hi Brian how are you good how are you doing fine thanks what's on your mind okay so I got I got a couple movies here for for Emily to check out all right I'm going to go through my list breakfast club Elmo's fire absolutely blazing saddles yes flat track and on the opposite end of the spectrum the godfather yeah yeah guys got to see those two and now that I mean we've got time because those are not short movies the godfather series is not it is a lot of the that's an investment of time right there and we have nothing but time on our hands that is one thing that we do Brian thank you for the call certainly do appreciate it yep all right have they take care our favorite line out of Fletch I'm sorry can I borrow your tell my car just hit a water buffalo if you remember that see that's that's one of my favorites our Fletch and one of the things that I didn't realize it inflections I started watching it again easier Fletcher's or the or the the sequel to it it was down in the Thibodeau area of Louisiana I used to live down that way I actually can do worry was talking about which was kind of amazing me that idea if you gotta mommy that we need to see maybe some that I haven't seen I've I've watched a few over my time mostly companies eighty one W. T. V. N. one hundred six ten WTVN as we try to figure out ways to deal with having to be inside and staying away from everybody else as we try to stop the spread of the corona virus so again just trying to make it a little easier on you to make it you know mentally a little less challenging because when you get to turn the brain off that's always a good thing it's always good to recharge with meal a funny movie or a good movie not necessarily have.

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"john patsy" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"john patsy" Discussed on The Killing of Marilyn Monroe

"She said the reason Jason that she exonerated the Ramseys after her second. DNA testing match. The first was because the case was on a road road to try to convict the Ramseys and involved the death penalty and she didn't think they were guilty and she felt someone. Commissioner with authority even knows very unusual and highly criticized move should exonerate them. So should give tragically. Patsy Ramsey never lived to receive that exoneration in two thousand and two the ovarian cancer she had. I been diagnosed with in nineteen ninety three returned and she died in two thousand six at age forty nine. She is now buried next to her daughter here. She is speaking into investigators in nineteen ninety eight after the job. A Lot. More pressure for shooting shooting. Investigation the media whether Avenue interview. What what it's going to be aware if there is this gotta wear into the soul search for cope with it? I kind of thought myself. Get too tired contend fall in craw online depressed so I try to manage my health risks. Well Joe we have taken out the under the paper. Not just can't care because recent times that I had inadvertently themes of they learn new thing Ed Collins. I can't that was just like me in John. Ci Out because it's harmful you're watching the former detectives John San Agustin and Robert Whitson also believe that progress can still be made despite the mistakes of the past as we look at this case again. We look at the two theories whether or not there was an intruder who did this. The family and I will tell you that there are a number of investigators who have well over a couple hundred years of experience in and investigations. Who all say that? The murder of Jon Benet Ramsey was not done by the family but by intruders or an engineer. The problem is the Boulder Police Department. Still to this day will not come out and give any information on spend twenty three years I think at this point we need to come out and let people know what have you done. Have you looked at other people. Have you not looked at that other people. What are you doing still today? There are still a number of leads that have never been followed up by law enforcement is my understanding that approximately three thousand leads came into the Boulder Police Department and the onset of this investigation of which still still a number of them have never been followed. My understanding is there were are both fibers. Animal hairs that were never sourced so I had a source of ad here from the suspect. was that ever tested. I don't know they're not seeing anything anything. I was told that one of the neighbors two of the RAMSEYS and reported about a month before John. Benes murder order that there was somebody leaving cigarette butts in their backyard and I was told. Supposedly an officer responded and collected one of those cigarette butts. Now keep in mind this is prior to DNA. So it may have come into propping opinion evidence and because there was no DNA available you know discarded up like it was cap for a while the question is was that DNA from a cigarette butt ever test because we know in the asked that has been one of the methods of operation of sexist suspects where they will be in the area washing doing kind of surveillance of place that they wanNA break into and be out there smoking while they're you're watching the subject song and former grand jury member. Jonathan Webb agrees that DNA will be the key to finally securing justice for Jon. Benet the advances of analytical technology spend Jordan Attic and if money's was educated and the evidence was preserved my belief is and local technology could solve this crime. You'd have to have a dog detective. WHO's dedicated and focused funded well and given the best analytical tools and allowed to do his or her or work and if that is the case I think it would be solved next time on the killing of Jon Benet the final suspects ax discrediting the case against the RAMSEYS? The few people who are left in the Boulder Police Department still believed that John and or patsy Ramsey murdered their daughter. All of the jurors believed that the truth theory didn't hold water. It was almost like tunnel vision Asian. They were focused on Azi Ramsey and long buried recordings of police interviews with John Patsy and Burke Ramsey Z.. Here you know when when can rush.

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"john patsy" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

13:34 min | 1 year ago

"john patsy" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"And graphic sexual detail on August seventeenth two thousand and six Thailand authorities arrested John Mark Car a forty two two year old American teacher. He'd been living in Thailand on the Lam after facing child pornography charges in the US car had been e mailing mailing a Colorado professor and was making incriminating statements about his involvement in Jonbenet's death. The Boulder District Attorney's office wanted to charge him with murder. He was extradited back to the United States and brought to Boulder Colorado to be arraigned for her murder. This this from August twentieth two thousand and six from CNN dot com a video titled in Cars Own Words. A reporter ask I am with the Associated Press. Can you give us a brief statement car. Replies I I love Jon Benet and she died accidentally reporter reporter ask are you an innocent man. Car Says No what happened car replies. Her death was an accident so you were in the basement. Mint car says yes the reporter asked. Can you tell us about your connection to the Ramsey family. Car Says No. He cannot comment on that. How did you you or how did you get into the basement again? Car Says No comment on that reporter and how how do you feel now. How have you? I've been treated car. Says I've been treated okay. Asked how long had you known Jon Benet and again he says. I have no comment on that. Here's some other statements made by car car. Says I was with Jon Benet when she died now. This is not technically a confession but but more of an admission he did not say I killed Jon Benet just I was with Jon Benet when she died another one of cars interesting statements mints and this of course is in regards to Jon Benet. He says it's very important for me that everyone knows that I love her very much that her death was unintentional intentional that it was an accident then the September four two thousand six issue of people magazine claims they have have an exclusive jailhouse interview with John. Mark car turns out. This was not the case. In Fact People magazine interviewed the Thailand authorities authorities. Who told them what car said they say? That car said the Ramseys feel their daughter was brutally murdered and she wasn't. It looks like that but she wasn't. I want them to hear the truth. I need closure and her family needs closure. All of us have gone through enough pain then. The Boulder District Attorney announced that they were dropping the charges against John Maher car and the Jon Benet Ramsey murder. They say it turns out. DNA on the body at the scene did not match that of course DNA. Secondly a great defense is always always a good alibi. It has been reported that the police never interviewed cars family prior to his arrest and extradition to the United States. Most people know where they were during the Christmas season cars family has always said and always maintain their statements. That car was with with them when Jon Benet was killed but car says the DNA might not match. But you can't trust the test. Yeah that's possible and we can into the DNA later not matching but it seems like he's just seeking out attention and that he's a line ship princess. Well he's got a face for camera a face for radio yes he had no. I'm joking I mean he's he's not. He's struggling fogli right. He's less pleasant to look at any is to listen to on July ninth. I want to get into this real quick here. Because it's going to translate a into further discussion. That get into on July ninth two thousand eight. Mary lacy the Boulder District Attorney announce it. Recently he developed touch DNA. Technology had cleared all members of jonbenet. Ramsey's family of her slaying. DNA from an unknown male hale was found on two articles of clothing. Jon benet person many have argued and I believe very rightfully so why this DNA evidence clears the family if it in fact should even clear the family at all being John Patsy and Burke this DNA evidence only proves two things that An unknown male was possibly present at the crime scene. We do not know where the DNA came from and that the DNA does does not belong to the Ramsey family as statement analysis dot Com. Put it this. Evidence does not exonerate the RAMSEYS. It does not prove they you were not present or were not involved or do not know who killed Jon Benet regardless of all of that the DNA found on Jon Benet they did not match cars DNA and the murder charges were in fact dropped he was sent to California to face child pornography charges on stay on this DNA for just a little bit longer because one of the reasons why they believe that this DNA shouldn't be tested against anybody that comes forward or any suspect is that they don't know if it's a mixture of DNA it they go well. It's a single male. That's that's what they believe. It is but even in the test results it says it could be two to three males like a combination not meaning that there's even two or three people involved in her murder just that this. DNA is a combination of could be combination of multiple will people. Therefore you'll never get a match when you're comparing multiple people's DNA to one person right and I mean it's interesting that that we have the DNA A and it was found on two articles of clothing on her that were on her person as she lay there and the wine cellar which is of interest. I don't don't think it should be ignored. I think and I'm going off of expert opinion as well and just really agreeing with them. Where several Oh? Experts have stated that they don't find this type of DNA evidence to be of any value when it comes to eliminating a suspect or or or trying to convict a suspect right that it's simply for now until we can prove otherwise it's simply for now. DNA that we can't identify by the is believed to come from a man doesn't seem to match any of the ramseys but we don't know how it got there or how long it was was there and it's hard for me to believe that was such a vicious attack there would be no. DNA laughed at the scene. At all. But again I think everybody involved in this case or anybody that has researched this case can start off with the idea that the crime scene is heavily contaminated terminated and. I actually don't WanNA fault. I don't WanNA fought law enforcement too much for that because I do believe they went into this situation going. It's it's a kidnapping and yes. They shoulda done his stop everything and go. Let's make sure that this is actually kidnapping and there's no child in this house but but they miss that step and that caused a blunder of other things to go wrong because of the date happened on. I think it's it's reasonable to see why they miss that step. I I somewhat agree with you. I but I disagree in a sense that I don't think that anybody in the public it should feel any less safe on December twenty six than they would any other time of year any other date. I agree it's on the calendar and you're right in a way that because it's been by Boulder Colorado's own detectives and police that state. This couldn't have happened on the worst day. This is the day that it's tough for us to get a full staff to get the most people working it's just it's a bad day scheduling wise no right. It's a great day to commit a murder by but what I mean by that is that maybe these officers would miss a step one because it's right after holiday but but to because they just spent time with their friends and family and so when you hear a we have a kidnapping it like. I said it could just be as simple as war. We're going to believe the parents right away when maybe they want. If it was three weeks later yeah I also I think that my wishes truly are the Boulder Police Department that they would have treated as a kidnapping as soon as they were notified of kidnapping and and that does not appear to have taken place to me right. Let's talk about Linda Hoffman. Pugh she worked for the Ramsey. She was their housekeeper. This is one thing that separates her from many of the other people that we've already discussed. She had a key to the home. She had a key to the Ramsey's house her. Her husband Mervyn worked with Linda and for the Ramseys on a few occasions on the evening of twelve twenty seven nineteen ninety-six. This is is the day after all of the the mess that we just kind of touched. Upon at the Ramsey home in the investigation police showed up at the pews home home and they wanted her to write the number one hundred eighteen thousand dollars on a piece of paper and reportedly took her fingerprints in several strands of her hair at that time as well. Linda confirmed the polices suspicions of job. Possibly having a bed wedding problem problem. There are several publications. That say Linda Accuses Patsy Ramsey of killing Jon Benet and it appears that she he did. I believe this may just have been in retaliation especially after learning that the ramseys put Linda and her husband on a list of people they would consider to be suspects and then some extended family pointed to them as well. The extended Ramsey family member told police Linda. Linda had asked Patsy for alone many publications out there stated that the ramseys refused to help her out and Linda's family. I was struggling and desperately needed the money. This sounds very ominous and certainly presents a cloud of suspicion. But let's clear a bunch of things up here. Linda did in fact ask Patsy for loan. The loan amount was for two thousand dollars and Patsy and John they. They agreed to help her out. They gave her the money and the agreement was that they would take two hundred dollars out of each of her paychecks until the loan was was paid back. Now that makes sense also. It wasn't like Linda was super desperate for money. Yes her and her husband struggled at times but she had a good job working for the ramseys and Mervyn was even able to pick up some work because of her job as well. The loan was for car repairs and dental work. Mark these both being emergency situations that can be expensive that spring up without notice. We have all experienced this right. Let's keep in mine too even more so than the ramseys. The police were considering everyone with a key to the home to be a suspect at that time in the investigation to see some of the report set speculate that there was as many as twenty keys. Not Not accounted for. I've seen multiple numbers reported over the years. One thing that is pointed out by the detectives that were working. The case was the first started off investigating the murder order soon as they knew it was a murder they wanted to know who had keys and how many were out there. And that number that was provided to them by the RAMSEYS was much much different than what their investigation would lead them to to find. Now Linda was someone who had a key to the home as we stated and regardless of what some of these publications say that are out there Linda when I questioned by police never suggested that Patsy or John were are guilty of anything other than loving their children she even stated that she worried about the beautiful little girl. Meaning Jon Benet who was allowed to ride her a bike unsupervised and said someone must have seen her and attempted to take the little girl this statement obviously pointing toward an unknown intruder rather than the Ramseys Mervyn however told police that the few times he was in the home he found the home to be very difficult to navigate. Saying if you just turned around you'd get lost this statement pointing toward an.

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"john patsy" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

10:20 min | 1 year ago

"john patsy" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"Do. We have something stating that. The the gifts were hidden in this wine cellar. No but what we have from John Ramsey is when he was explaining to the police officers. This is this is what we call the wine cellar. But it's not a Finnish yet. It's GonNa be the wine cellar right now. It's just used for storage. And sometimes we put presence there for the kids on December twenty fifth nineteen ninety-six six. This is around six. AM The ramseys wake up later in an interview. Patsy will say it was six ish. Probably the Ramseys John Patsy Burke and Jon Benet will partake in the normal Christmas morning activities exchanging and opening gifts breakfast. And you know captain. I feel like the Christmas morning. Cup of coffee is the best one of the year. I love when the parents stop everything and say look. We're not opening up anything and and so I get my first cup of coffee right right. Make them wait at noon. John is going to leave the house. This is to go and check on the airplane. A plane keep in mind. They have planned flight for early the next morning sometime between two and three PM John Ramsey returns to the home from checking the plane so the family with the exception of John leaving for a bit. This is pretty much just they really great Christmas Day at home. Now you touched upon something just a few minutes ago where you said when you see the crime scene photos. The House is in disarray. That it's just a mess. Well first off with my standards with two young children in the home and having a the big Christmas I would say a big lavish Christmas because the parents have all kinds of money and they can buy these children all kinds of stuff one would in -ticipant to see a mess especially when they're not hosting anything you know. They've already hosted their Christmas. Get together one would expect to see a mess S.. However I do want to point out that there were several people close relatives of the Ramseys that stated that the house was kind of always a mess even though that the house had a housekeeper and that they had some help that would come in and take care of some things for them? The house was always a mess. Mess this again. In part two young children will do that to a home right but messy house messy mind. I also want to point out that in years past we have video footage of the Ramsey's Christmas on. I believe it was nineteen ninety four and I may be some footage on ninety ninety five. I don't know if that was released to the public. But on nineteen ninety six would they claim as I think woke up and the battery was dead of the camcorder. So that's why they didn't take a video that day between five and six. PM The ramseys left their house. This is all four of them John Patsy Burke and Jon Benet and they are in route for the home of their dear friends flee and Priscilla White. This is for a Christmas party. I've seen this reported to be as early as four PM but most often. It's said to be the five o'clock hour. This is your typical typical Christmas party by an unknown time. The ramseys leave this party right on the drive home from from the Party Jon Benet and her brother Burke fell asleep in the car and the ramseys made some stops along the way to drop off gifts. This is to who Stewart and Roxy Walkers home and then to Glen and Susan Stein's house because we don't know exactly what time they left the party and what time the stops took place we also don't know exactly what time the ramseys arrived back at their house right. They claim aim is between nine We would have several stories about what would take place once. The ramseys arrive at their home. One of these stories says that Jon Jon Benet Ramsey to bed and then he went and played a game with Burke after word and eventually burke goes to bed. The ramseys later reported to the Boulder Police Department officers. That Jon Benet Ramsay was last seen by Patsy Ramsey in the residence at approximately ten PM according to Boulder Police Department detective. Linda aren't John Ramsey. Said Jon Benet was last seen by him at approximately twenty two hundred hours ten pm either way. Both both of these statements put job a as being last seen in her bed at ten o'clock right and a lot of people think how it went down. was they get home. She still sleep. They don't want to wake her up and John Kerry's her to her bed that's where he would say good night and then supposedly this is where patsy Ramsey comes in to check honor and and says good night tour as well. John would tell to boulder police officers separately that he read to both children before they went to bed a later he would deny both of those statements. Because I've I've heard him say several times that he carried her to bed and she was asleep when he cared bed. Yeah I just don't know here captain I could see either of these situations being very likely kids fall asleep in the car. You don't want to wake him up. You put them straight to bed also Christmas night. You know thinking thinking back to my childhood you remember when you get like something super cool like like a super nintendo or really big gift right and then your your parents are like. Here's your Super Nintendo with a couple of games. Oh we got to leave and go to somebody's Christmas party and you're like what to do. is his leave so I still yeah. They could've still been excited and when they got home either. Situation makes makes sense to me. What doesn't make sense is that the stories aren't the same or similar enough? Yeah and I would say look. If you're burke. Hey look at the story. They both fell asleep on the way home nine year. Old Burke wakes up and guess what he wants to do he wants to play with one of his cool toys. He got just like you just said Jon Benet Ramsey is. She's six years old and think about the amount of stuff she's done change. She's been On in competitions she's been an performances she had to be run all over to this family gathering friends and family gathering. I'm assuming that this six year old is wiped out and there is a picture that was just recently in the last couple of years released to the public which is supposedly the last picture of Jon. Benet that was ever taken and she looks tired in the picture and that was taken at the party before they left to go home so and also like I said early claims from John Ramsey. See this is what happened later claims from John Ramsey. This is what happened. I'M GONNA go with that story around ten to ten thirty. PM patsy goes to bed at according to patsies statement. John goes to bed at ten three to ten thirty three PM. PM What we're basing this off of is that Patsy says quote. John came to bed shortly. Thereafter then asked. Do you recall if it was fifteen minutes or a half an hour right. Patsy Ramsey says it was probably just a few minutes so we are tacking on three minutes. EITHER WAY A to that statement teno three to ten thirty three John and Patsy both claimed that they were not awakened during the night. They're both in. I bet yeah but I heard it reported somewhere. I want to say maybe it was John Douglas that John Ramsey claims that he took some kind of sleeping aid that night. While I believe that to be correct as well as I think that was a pretty regular things for John Ramsey either way by both accounts we have both of them in bed between ten ten thirtyish ten thirty three at the latest. Yeah I have not seen any reports like growing join up. When I was a kid my father would go through and check the windows and check the doors now? We don't live in a seven thousand square foot house but but I wonder if John Ramsey had some kind of routine that he would check the parameter of the house. It has been said that he did that at night and it has been said by people that were close to the family and their housekeeper that the Ramseys were quote. Good I I believe. The quote is actually really good about locking their doors. But it's interesting because they're not using their alarm system they have alarm. I'm system but it seems like that was not common practice for the RAMSEYS. It would have been at one time. The problem was or it's been reported it as such. They're having to little kids in the home. The children were constantly setting off the security system which created all these false alarms and anybody that has a security system knows that those false alarms they start to come with fines that can get fairly fairly steep right fairly quickly from law enforcement now we move onto December twenty sixth captain sometime around midnight neighbor. Scott Gibbons says. He looked out.

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"john patsy" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

12:19 min | 1 year ago

"john patsy" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"John or Patsy or maybe even burke began to assault her. Kids are curious. Sometimes they do act out sexually another kids. That doesn't not happen. Did that begin to happen then. She tried to get them stopped. Often things escalated from there maybe again it's such a confusing crime and check this out. Mark Becker the man who is the boulder police chief during jonbenet's murder investigation Asian did read it. Ask Me anything in two thousand fifteen. This is what he said we know from the evidence. She was hit in the head very hard with an unknown object. Possibly a flashlight or similar type vitam the blow knocked her deep into the blow knocked her into deep unconsciousness which could have led some to believe she was dead. The strangulation came forty five five minutes to two hours after the head strike based on the swelling on the brain while the head wound would have eventually killed her. The strangulation actually did kill her. The rest of the scene we believe was staged this import the rest of the scene we believe was staged including the vaginal trauma to make it look like a kidnapping assault gone bat right and again that was a Reddit Ama response from mark back near the Guy who's the boulder police chief during jumping as murder investigation a guy who didn't understand what an AMA was and didn't realize that everyone would be able to find out what he said and felt bad about disclose all of that later I mean I mean the PD they I thought this was all staged. Vaginal trauma they fucked up is that I mean think about that means. You know that means that you know. Let's say burke master in the head on accident Donna Patsy. I think she's already dead or is GONNA be dead. One of them strangles her puts. A paintbrush entertainment and their daughters are John. It's making look like she'd been sexually assaulted. How incredibly dark doc is that possibility? I mean I don't know what else you're supposed to infer from this as as when when they say that must have been staged. How could you put a paintbrush Russian? You're dead daughters vagina to cover up accidentally killing her corner took nail clipping from Jon Benet male. DNA was found under Jon Benet as right hand and female that does not match any of the Ramsey's addition male. DNA was found in Jonbenet's underwear did not match any of the Ramseys man DNA analysis will further muddy this shit up over the years as you will soon see finally the coroner's report notes injuries on the right side of Jon Benet facing left lower back. All defenders assert that these injuries are consistent with the use of a stun gun plaintiff notes from the investigation no that the coroner's report does not expressly state the injuries were the result of such instrument over Dr Michael Dourson forensic pathologist colleges retained by the Ramseys who examined the boulder corners autopsy report an autopsy photos concludes that the injuries to the right side of the face as well as the lower left back are patterned and injuries most consistent with the application of a stun gun in the sound this part of the intruder hypothe- some some creep came in there and started with a stun gun then did what he did. There's also a flashlight photograph sitting on the ramseys kitchen table that fit John as rectangular headwind fracture exactly some later point to this as the head trauma weapon air something else to think about why would a kidnapper strangled at the child who who's already already suffered deadly head trauma of a family member hit in the head why would they we also strangle her or make. She was strangled. If it really was an accident why couldn't you just be honest. Burke was nine if he accidentally killed a sister would really get now a trouble. I doubt it now with attorneys you the ones the family could afford told you in the more you look into this more confused should gets. Dan Lewis a free to clear my head Troth now. Let's make even more confusing. The autopsy also reveal vessel fruit material which may represent pineapple was Jon Benet had eaten a few hours before her death photographs of the home. Take on the day when Jonbenet's body were found do do show a bowl of pineapple pieces in milk on the kitchen table with a spoon however both John and Patsy said they did not remember putting the ball on the table or forever feeding the pineapple did Jon Benet the flips this fruit someone she knew sneak in wake her up take her to the kitchen for midnight snack. Would someone ever do that knowing that any time the parents could come downstairs and catch him. Please reported that they found Japanese nine year old brother Burke fingerprints on the bowl burke. You know help a little snack and then something happened after that. The ramseys have always maintained the burks led to the entire episode until he was awakened several hours after the police have arrived like the phone call Danielle makes it seem like this is not true. Why are they lying about burke? Why this seems to be a lot of lies around burke again at Burke kilter would nine year old follow up with a headwind was strangulation? I I don't think acute done that doesn't make sense to me. December thirtieth please take blood and hair samples from John Ramsey other members of the family John Andrew Ramsay and Belinda Ramsey Jon Benet adult half siblings were Georgia on the day of the murder or immediately limited suspects December thirty first six year old jonbenet buried at Saint James Episcopal Cemetery in Marietta Georgia the family including John and patsy allowed to travel to Atlanta for the funeral tragic less than a week if they were all celebrating Christmas the following day New Year's Day January I nineteen ninety-seven John and Patsy Ramsey and extensive interview to CNN which Patsy Ramsey proclaims there is a killer on the loose. John Ramsey calls the idea that he or other members of his family could've committed the crime nauseating beyond belief. This interview was done before the Boulder. Police could officially interview the two alone and the boulder police are beginning to further suspect the ramseys Ramsey's had something to do with this murder. Five detectives fly from Boulder to Atlanta to interview them now. Let's look at the CNN interview more. It didn't did not do them any favors with the court. Public opinion in one part of this National Interview Patsy Ramsey says we have to find out who did this. John Ramsey ads not because we're angry but we have to go on not the angry but what's your daughter was sexually assaulted and murdered in your home fucking week ago and you're not angry you robot you sociopaths. Does your best incapable of emotion like more. CEO's are sociopaths than the average person within a long time ago in sucked number four just very weird does not it's not a good look. The ramseys are asked. Are you fully convinced your daughter was kidnapped. Patsy starts to shake her head no and then John Jacobs had yes. She starts nodding yes as well then and then she says I it's. It's just hard to know but we are on our families loving family. It's a gentle family. Why would John You know give a yes answer? Do you know she wasn't kidnapped found her body in the home the concert by six. Am No kidnapper snug her body in his law enforcement continued to arrive and wha- what some can never snuck her in you know sometime after or snuck in sometime after ten pm got her out then brought her back. If what makes sense he wasn't kidnapped on January third Jonah Patsy Return Arne Colorado to jonbenet's funeral February thirteenth ninety-seven Boulder police chief. Tom Koby Bolder Boulder County district attorney Alex Hunter hold all the news conference where they vowed to kill will be brought to justice. Da Hunter that announces the formation as different please. You've mentioned earlier it. Was You know those along investigation ended up being several police chiefs part of it d hunter then announces the formation of an Expert Prosecution Task Force including Forensic Expert Henry Lee DNA expert Berry Shack back both Leeann check were part of the Oj Simpson defense team and the media aides issued up cases a subject of immense media coverage. The general consensus seems to be believed that the ramseys did it Jon Benet. Pageant experience seems to have been a major factor in coming to that belief media puns in the general public alike finding pageant lifestyle awed. Obviously I can't blame them. I mean let's say the Ramsey had nothing to do with her daughter's death and she was killed by some random pedophile tunnel a ton of articles about the case that I've read indicates that a lot of people thought that at the very lease dressing her up like they did turned her into a magnet for paedophiles turned like Pedo Bait and I don't totally disagree. I mean you sexualize your kid. I mean you. Are you know making them. More noticeable to fucking people are actually attracted to kids to someone who knew I heard from pageant world killer. That's another possibility that goes with the intruder theories March thirteenth ninety-seven veteran homicide detective loose smit joins the Ramsey murder investigation. Smith was a retired investigator from El Paso County best known for cracking the murder case of Heather Dawn Church in Colorado Springs headed down was not affected church. She was a thirteen year old girl killed by Derby named Robert Charles Brown a guy who like Otis tool and Henry Lucas ended up confessing to a whole bunch of other murders may or may not have committed African arrested April third nineteen ninety-seven. DNA testing begins at cellmark diagnostics labs Maryland this was the second round of DNA testing. The Jon Benet case initial round was conducted the Colorado Bureau Investigation Labs just two weeks later D. A. Alex Hunter for the first time publicly identified John and Patsy Ramsey is the primary focus of their investigation. Gosh Dang g workers to salad slipping. Get a neighbor twenty seven ninety six the ramseys funded newspaper AD offering a heart thousand dollar reward for Info about jonbenet's killer three days later April thirtieth the police conducted inducted long-awaited formal interviews with John and Patsy Ramsey more than four months at the Jon Benet found murdered not good patsies interrogated for six and a half hours johnny question. We're just two hours at the end. The police released no statement regarding the contents of those interviews. May I ninety seven John Patsy Ramsey in a rare interview with reporters declare their innocence. I I did not kill my daughter. John Ramsey States patsy says let me assure you that I did not kill Jon Benet on May Thirteenth Ninety seven. I detective to arrive at at the murder scene. Linda art aren't is dropped from the case. Why selena claims she was fired for criticizing her superiors for their handling of this case her superiors were say we'll say she was removed because she bungled the case on August fourteenth ninety-seven Jon Benet grisly autopsy details are released to the public on January Fifteenth Nineteen Ninety eight Jonah Patsy Ramsey refused to submit to another round of interviews unless they can review the evidence first a condition unacceptable to police to refuse does seem weird the whole refusing to come in and do the interviews does seem weird to me? It's never properly explained. Some sources say the boulder. PD bossy interviews not not demanding the them immediately because John was rich bigwigs. Local businessmen was military contractor die. Some sources seem to think that this is just what happens to give lots of money can hire good lawyers to do everything in their legal power to make it hard for police to investigate you. I do think if they were for sure innocent. Why not cooperate more police but again? If you have a lawyer reminding you that innocent people can do go to jail horrible crimes all the time even murder I also see whiteness and person would not cooperate January Sixteenth Governor Roy Romer Romer Roy Romer rejects request by two friends of the Ramsey family to appoint a special prosecutor in the murder case little bit of conflict of interest. They're your friend is suspected of murder and now you're gonNA try and get a prosecutor you like attached to the case January twenty nine ninety eight more than a year after Dada was murdered the ramseys turnover to police the clothing they were wearing the night. Johnny was found dead that that is so ridiculous to me which which I understood legal protocol more here. Why didn't they get too close week one? What is the point of getting them over a year later? I mean you can see what kind of detergent they've been using also. Wouldn't it be very easy just to buy new versions of the clothing you're wearing then. Give that to the police. I mean how the fuck with another difference a March twelve ninety eight at looking for the killer of jonbenet for fifty fifteen months police say the best bet for solving the murder a grand jury investigation and formerly called for such a probe after conferring with District Attorney Alex Hunter so what is a grand jury investigating. I've always been a little confused by that. I know we mentioned grand jury investigations of the Black Dahlia Suck. They were used to investigate. LAPD corruption also try and bring Dolly is suspect to trial but I never explained what a grand jury investigation is. It's pretty unique. According to wikipedia which provides you know provided the the best most understandable lame speak type definition. I could find a better than the legal sites found a grand jury is well a jury a group of citizens sends empowered by local bylaw to conduct legal proceedings and investigate potential criminal conduct and determine whether criminal charges should be brought a grand jury he may subpoena physical evidence of or a person to testify a grand jury is separate from the courts which do not preside over its functioning Liberia.

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"john patsy" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

14:01 min | 2 years ago

"john patsy" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"You know, I've said it on the show before I broke some ribs. In fact, I broke three ribs about a month ago and fractured or I should say displaced one of them, and they were very upfront, Tom it's gonna take eight weeks to fully clear now, you could get lucky and sixty seven weeks this after a little over four weeks now. And i'm. I'm come back. Pretty good a lot better than I thought. I would don't ever sees. Well, I these twice once I was driving in to pull the car off the road takes breath. Right. Audio broken ribs and sneezing and next time. I was you know, my I sneeze, and I just had a permit. I couldn't do a thing. I got I got a little cold now with twenty times last two days. I've sneezed not one problem. A little you in the back, but no sharp painted. Also, I'm bouncing maybe. I'm a pretty good healer. I don't know. I'm press with the way, I've come back from that. I'll tell you that. I didn't think I'd be at least another week or two before would come to this. Eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five or you can Email Cameron sports talk. Yahoo dot com. Emails. Yeah. Bobby in Detroit's is real quick Watson Spoelstra was the grandfather father of Eric. That's right. I'm sorry was grandfather. Then I said that to why did I say father, Eric solely? He looks like he's he's pushing fifteen but he looks like he's he looks like he's thirty. He's forty-seven Eric. Yeah. Did you know, actually, I didn't know this. He had a small playing career. He was well, he went undrafted in the NBA when diversity of Portland. So you end up playing over in Germany. He didn't play in the NBA. No. But he joined he joined the heat is a. Video. Doing the videos for them. Yeah. Yeah. He had a pretty interesting career as a coach he was the one thousand nine hundred five hundred as the video coordinator video coordinates. What thought very and then when he became coach he's done a wonderful job. They're a wonderful job there. He's a good man to totally in control over there. Everybody thought he was just a puppet for pet Riley and pet Roddy would take over, you know, Pat at a very distinguished coaching career. I don't little set to not a set to. That's totally wrong with Pat Riley when he was playing inland. Dell when he came up. And I asked him to join me he was playing for the Lakers at the time. And we just drank like fish the whole night. I was amazed at pet Ronnie's knowledge and baseball and other sports because Paul Foy was in the room. He came and joined the CD he was so happy to be Paul Foy tack and Jimmy Roberts is system. Coach in the NHL for a while his assistant coach in. Pittsbur- where was he? And he he came over and join us we had a great night. Do you know something I have not seen Pat Riley syncing? I went down and met with the brass at the Miami Heat about putting a. Approximate and they wanted they really wanted we discussed at. But he said finally said after discuss he said run it takes too long to turn this Lou an arena. And I'm going to see Pat Riley. Pat was on vacation. I wonder if he I know he remember if I brought it up he remembered one remember me by face. Remember when I brought up our top. Okay. Let's go back to the. Phones, we got Mike and Allen park. What's up, Mike? Oh, ron. Hi. Greg q-quick baseball question. First of all, how do they decide what? These this day and age, and what I didn't hear the question you you can't out on me. What did you say? I may determine the pension for baseball players. If you play one day the big lease pension. Just one day one day. You don't have number of years a chance to get more and more. Yes. Oh, yes. Yes. In fact, that the players back from thirty forty s. They didn't have any pension. Uber. Twenty years something you didn't give me a pension. I criticize major league baseball for not. And but see should have known better. I talked to some guys back then and they were had careers in the big leagues, and they never scouts. And all that something never got a pension. Why goodness? And the second question I have is last night's marathon game. What kind of Fred did you notice going on? And how would you critique that since they were in the National League park and could have looked at a picture or had to lift a pitcher in order to advance the game. Well. I think I think if you look what what he did in Los Angeles Roberts handled that like was the seventh game of the World Series. He let it all hang out and almost come back to bite them in the rear end. If it had gone a couple more innings this guy this guy pitched six innings pitched two nights before Nathan. Yes, he was fantastic Boston. Yeah. He would have been me MVP of the World Series have had one. Oh my God. Thanks. So we're gonna win it while I'm saying that what they would've won that game. And then they win the World Series. I think of Hollywood all my God. He might have a month. Now, there was something. But I thought the both good managers, but I thought they both over managing a little bit. I mean, you've got to us in Boston. You lose you lose. You wanna win in your play to win. But if you lose your stew. Two games to one which they did end up losing now. But look at Boston's got the ace to hold and Chris sale. And I have no idea what the dodgers are going to do. They're they're talking two or three different things. Right starts. The Mitchell center so-so year. Correct. A so-so year. Always good pitcher. He said a soul. So he's at the bad army just average year this year. But and if you don't mind one, more, quiet. Yeah. Sure. No, not at all. What what do you make of Optimus being hired by the? I think it's a good move loss. Was I think in manage? I think you look at you can't because he didn't do the he didn't do bad job here. You gotta look what he had to deal with Cabrera on the DL at all messed up, and then you had Martinez. You can't get rid of the contracts, and you still tough situations ahead to make the trades to to rebuild. But you look I'm gonna give you a couple of other managers. Now. Let's let's go back to let's go back to Cleveland. You got a good manage their Tito vinyl, his father. I think he died his father finally John Patsy Francona. His name was Tito, not this. Tito, logistically this guy. Tito, he failed miserably in Philadelphia. Oh, he coach he managed care for three years. And they thought he'll never make it. Bill Belichick was a failure. In his one coaching before he got to New England. They said he's just a defense. Gordon? He'll never make it as head coach the best one of all was the director of the operations major league baseball. Joe Torry he failed three teams. Died in February by the way. Who's that? Tito. Yeah senior. Yeah. Yeah. And so he didn't do anything the first week and the Yankees for some reason, and they all want big names. And he was the big a heck of a player. He was a catcher first baseman. You wanna banning title think you want to or you are you suggesting that awesome? It's just gonna take the angels to the playoffs there. No. I'm gonna say that because I don't like the makeup of the team unless all of these pictures become healthy. You've got the bright young pitcher that everybody talks going to be a superstar had the ban arm. He's going to miss all the next year. And you've got several other players that are a pitcher who went out Richards and guys like that did not pitch well to pitchers on the DL. You're stuck with a contract. He knows numbers aren't that bad. He doesn't help in the Pru halls. You got the best player in baseball that will be a big help. But you don't have a lot around him and social couldn't win with them the last eight or nine years and social is a good good manager. He could do it with them the last few years. I think don't approve this year under an awesome. Assorted always said, he knew the job interview for jobs, and he where else interview. Oh god. He ended up in Saint Louis. He interviewed in Cincinnati. I think. And I'm missing one that he interviewed for say Baltimore, I think it is Cincinnati. Hey by the Tigers, wasn't it. Well, that's interesting. But he was he was assistant general manager with the angels this year. Oh, I thought he had one more year left on his contract. I think you're right. What did that do to that? I don't know how that work. I'm not sure how that worked about without a a way of well undercutting waiting for one team in coaching another coaching one team. And then being assistant, man. No, no, no here. They fired him. So he was done in Detroit. But what did they the woman of the year? No, no. They didn't his contract was up. His contract was up with the Tigers. I do too. He's a class act. I don't own that. Well, but I met him a couple of times he's a class act and I'd like to see him do. Well, I think he'll do. Well, it's going to take a couple of years until this player to he's a solid. Joel great catcher a solid catcher. I never really I met him. A couple times is tiger skipper introduce myself to him. We talked for a few minutes. He's a good, man. I'm pulling Mike. I appreciate your call. Thank you. Have a good name. You have a good evening to. Think that's a new caller to the new college tonight. If you have a quick comment or question on sports. We welcome your calls in another Email. Okay. Well, well, no, no. I was just agreeing with you about awesome. They didn't renew his that's right. So his contract was up. They didn't have another year on. Yeah. Because I remember he was a lame duck. Yeah. He was a lame duck here. That's not good to be a lame duck. And that was probably right. But I don't know. He. Move the gut but don't let let's let's not forget anything this good manager. They brought in. Ninety three years of ninety or more losses. Ron gardenhire? A good. Baseball's good baseball, man. And. Didn't have that many. In fact, let them to the title. He's managing not nearly as long as Gardenhire. So you can't. But I'm saying how many times he lost ninety games. One year. Didn't they are Smith? He won the title of fruits. You lose ninety the next year. Did he? Nah. I'll look that up. I I don't think so I'm gonna say was in like the eighties. So that team hold on their team. Had he inherited that he won the division title with should have been a lot better. I don't think so disappointing when you look at what happened between Cabrera mini Cabrera and fielder, and then and then. And then Cabrera Missa time in the World Series because he was out because of getting a fight with fielder and fielder was a bad signing, a bad, son. And he got stuck with the contracts that career, which you shouldn't have. And say Martinez, which he shouldn't have to. He's stuck with two guys. And. I was right, by the way. So then the secondary lots eighty seven games. And then the next year they finished second place in the division eighty six seventy five just missed a wildcard if you've. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Ninety eight games. So that wasn't that bad considering considering what considering what happened with Gardner in? Minnesota Gardenhire was a brilliant manager. I with the low payroll, then they raise the payroll and things got away from him. Remember, the you head Cabrera still playing at a high level when awesome since I hired. I hired. Yes. Yes. I guess what I'm saying. So then you have a disciplined something you have a good season. When ninety games when the division lose eighty seven just missed a wild card, and then it all implode. Yeah. Well, and then Cabrera went downhill that year and this year to of course, he doesn't wanna play here. But we're stuck with an I don't know. What are you gonna do? I do not know what you can do with Cabrera, by the way, some news that Mark Wilson put on his Facebook that you would like to know how your buddy at Farmington hills Harrison. Yeah, they won today. John Harrington, right? He's not done yet. Oh, good. Good. Good. Good. Good stories about her, mama. I'm actually curious. One. I can't use on the air. Okay. Anything that's family friendly. Let me rephrase that one is like family. Well, let's not. I've known John for a while. He was on my TV show twice. With milk Coleman both times as quarterback. Then I invited him on you with me the fan when I invited him on I believe so. Okay. Well, he came on with a couple of his players. So you don't run I've known you for a long time. You've never had me on radio. You had me on t like Dave Bingham needs ever been on radio with me. Now. Now, we gotta get him back. He's been on twice in the studio here. And but he was on TV with me one time before them. He said. I came on. I said, yes. Twice with milk. Coleman. And then. I've only seen one since we're in a bar together in a bar when I had the boxer. And they were advertised with an I said my God. Here's John Harrington. Good, john. Hey, john..

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"john patsy" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"john patsy" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Who said it still struggling to find a way forward on immigration reform facing a selfimposed deadline to address the daca issue in the senate this week majority leader mitch mcconnell blasted democrats accusing them of wasting precious time not our regattas spent processing amendments and pursued to vote not ours down the drain because democrats wall let us start the debate spent months deronic delaware democrat senator chris kunitz is offered a bipartisan proposal with arizona senator john mccain but the white house and department of homeland security do not like it kuhn says senator should be voting on a variety of ideas art of the purpose of having an open amendment process was to bring things to the floor have debate have votes on capitol hill says senator should be voting on a variety of ideas part of the purpose of having an open amendment process was to bring things to the floor have debate have votes on capitol hill rebel foes of the african national congress as the country's acting president arrested friday on suspicion of drug smuggling former allstar pitcher esteban wisely denying allegations that he's a cocaine dealer elisa appearing in court wednesday in chula vista california of former major leaguer and the father of occurred bigleague manager has died john patsy francona better known as tito be journeyman through mlb playing for nine different teams most notably a 6 year stint with the cleveland indians from 1950 nine to nineteen 64 making his lone allstar game as a member of the tribe 1960 one he wouldn't still that love the game as well as his nickname on his son terry who like his father would place several seasons and major league baseball eventually funding success as a manager helming the boston red sox to two world series wins and getting back to the world series in 2016 at the helm of the cleveland indians francona was frequently spotted at indians games at progressive field throughout his sons tenure as skipper tito francona passed away unexpectedly wednesday he was eighty four years old man apollo tano fox i heard radio celebrates the contributions of.

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"john patsy" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"john patsy" Discussed on WLOB

"Still struggling to find a way forward on immigration reform racing a selfimposed deadline to address the daca issue in the senate this week majority leader mitch mcconnell blasted democrats accusing them of wasting precious time not our regattas route processing amendment and preceding the vote not our down the drain recalled democrats won't let us start the debate they spent months demanding delaware democrat senator chris kunitz offered a bipartisan proposal with arizona senator john mccain but the white house and department of homeland security do not like it kuhn says senator should be voting on a variety of ideas art of the purpose of having an open amendment process was to bring things to the floor have debate have votes on capitol hill mike emmanuel fox news who president of south africa has resigned to jacob zuma's 10year moored by years of corruption scandals and recently growing public anger cyril ramaphosa of the african national congress as the country's acting president arrested friday on suspicion of drug smuggling former allstar pitcher esteban will weiser denying allegations that he's a cocaine dealer weiser appearing in court wednesday in chula vista california of former major leaguer and the father of the current bigleague manager has died john patsy francona better known as tito be journeyman through mlb playing for nine different teams most notably a 6 year stint with the cleveland indians from 1950 nine to nineteen 64 making his lone allstar game as a member of the tribe 19th sixty one he would instill that love the game as well as his nickname on his son terry who like his father would place several seasons and major league baseball eventually finding success as a manager helming the boston red sox to two world series wins and getting back to the world series in 2016 at the helm of the cleveland indians francona was frequently spotted indians games at progressive build throughout his sons tenure as skipper tito francona passed away unexpectedly wednesday he was eighty four years old man apolo sanoh box object kalaheo fox news radio wlob fm and am next with maine's total weather from channel eight wmtw another mild day on thursday heinz the mid 40s partly sunny by thursday night mostly cloudy rain late in the evening hours into friday morning looking at the rain stopping at the cold front moves through an elite cloudy skies and cooler conditions by prodi lead after giving a cold saturday on tap highs only in.

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"john patsy" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"john patsy" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Struggling to find a way forward on immigration reform facing a selfimposed deadline to address the daca issue in the senate this week majority leader mitch mcconnell blasted democrats accusing them of wasting precious time not hour regattas rep crossover in amendment and proceeded to both not hours down the drain because democrats wall let us start the debate they spent months demanding delaware democrat senator chris kunitz is offered a bipartisan proposal with arizona senator john mccain but the white house and department of homeland security do not like it kuhn says senator should be voting on a variety of ideas art of the purpose of having an open amendment process was to bring things to the floor have debate have votes on capitol hill mike emmanuel fox news the president of south africa has resigned jacob zuma's 10year moored by years of corruption scandals and reasonably growing public anger cyril ramaphosa of the african national congress as the country's acting president arrested friday on suspicion of drug smuggling former allstar pitcher esteban weiser denying allegations that he's a cocaine dealer weiser appearing in court wednesday in chula vista california of former major leaguer and the father of a current bigleague manager has died john patsy francona better known as tito be journeyman through mlb playing for nine different teams most notably a 6 year stint with the cleveland indians from 1950 nine to nineteen 64 making his lone allstar game as a member of the tribe 19th one he would instill that love the game as well as his nickname on his son terry who like his father would place several seasons and major league baseball eventually finding success as a manager helming the boston red sox to two world series wins and getting back to the world series in 2016 at the helm of the cleveland indians francona was frequently spotted indians games at progressive field throughout his sons tenure as skipper tito francona passed away unexpectedly wednesday he was eighty four years old man apollo tunnel fox jack callahan fox news radio one in three adults in america have prediabetes but most don't know it to let people know it can be reversed before it.

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"john patsy" Discussed on NewsRadio 570 WKBN

NewsRadio 570 WKBN

02:50 min | 4 years ago

"john patsy" Discussed on NewsRadio 570 WKBN

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