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"john punched" Discussed on Not Guilty

Not Guilty

10:06 min | 4 months ago

"john punched" Discussed on Not Guilty

"In Nineteen Eighty seven twenty year old. John joined the Marine Corps Johnson that his military career blunted his ability to feel empathy. Saying because I'm a combat marine. I'm trained not to feel emotions. It's really hard for me to understand person who has a lot of feelings. He later claimed that his marital problems with the arena were partly caused by his lack of sensitivity. But this didn't seem to be a problem at the start of their relationship. Llerena was just happy to have his attention after about ten months of dating twenty two year old John and twenty year old. Lorena were married. A justice of the peace performed the legal ceremony on June eighteenth. Nineteen eighty-nine the couple settled into a small studio apartment and Manassas Virginia out of the Castro's home and no longer burdened by chaperones and restrictions. John and Lorena could finally build an intimate relationship together as husband and wife. They seem happy together. But that was quick to change. We'll talk about John and Lorena disastrous marriage coming up now back to the story in nineteen eighty eight twenty one year old Marine Corps Lance Corporal. John Wayne Bobbitt Man. Nineteen year old. Lorena Cayo a young woman who had recently immigrated to the United States from Venezuela they had palpable chemistry and after less than a year of dating they decided to get married but the marriage turned sour almost immediately. They moved into a small studio apartment but they couldn't afford to furnish it for the first month of their marriage. They slept on the floor from John. Wayne Bobbitt's perspective. This was the start of their problems. Laurino wanted too much too fast. John said that Llerena was angry that he could not provide more for her to her. The American dream meant being successful and having a big house. Bull Arena. Told a different story. She was concerned by John's behavior very early in their marriage. She has said that the first cracks began to appear just a few weeks after they moved in together during the July Fourth Holiday John. Lorena took a trip up to Niagara Falls to visit John's family. According to Lorena. John didn't tell her that his family had planned special wedding reception and picnic at their local church. The newlyweds arrived. Delete missing the celebration. When they got there. Everyone was furious. It will Serena's first introduction to John's family. All she could say was. I'm sorry I didn't know after staying in Niagara for three days. John Lorena returned to Manassas. They did not go back alone. John's cousin Todd Bairo accompanied them. John told Lorena that his cousin was going to live with them for awhile. Lorraina was upset. Todd was a stranger to her. She tried to tell John's family that they lived in a tiny studio apartment without any furniture. She felt that they weren't in a position to host guests below arena. Said her husband didn't care. Todd was going to move in with them whether she liked it or not. Soon after marina found drug paraphernalia in their apartment she then discover that todd was a convicted felon and addicted to cocaine and even bigger problem was todd's influence on John while he stayed with them. The two men went out drinking nearly every night. She said about a month into their marriage. She asked to join the men on one of their nights out. According to Lorena the group tried to go to a club called Chelsea's in Washington DC. But they turned away because their attire. Didn't that the dress code they decided to go to another bar. We're taught in John during beer and took several shots. When it was time to go home they all returned to the car and John. Got Behind the wheel. Lorena recalled that John sped down. I sixty six at over ninety miles per hour. Recklessly weaving across lanes. Other drivers beeped their horns in veer to get out of their way at one point. She was so afraid they were going to crash. She grabbed the steering wheel according to Llerena. That's when John Punched her. She started to cry as John. Screamed obscenities at her todd sitting in the backseat simply nodded in approval at Johns Tirade. Lorraina reported that when they got home John dragged her to their apartment and began to kick her slap her and pull her hair a security guard. Officer Francis heard the disturbance in came to the apartment when John opened the door. His demeanor changed completely suddenly. He grew quiet and got his temper. Under control officer. Francis saw arena crying and asked her if she had anywhere else she could go. She told him she was leaving but she was too embarrassed to go to a friend's house. She didn't want anybody to know what had happened instead. She drove to the parking lot of the salon where she worked and slept in her car. John and his cousin. Todd remember that night differently. They confirm Llerena story. The three of them tried to go to a DC nightclub Chelsea's and they were turned away because John was wearing sneakers. Baton said that lorraina became enraged when the bouncer wouldn't let them in. He claimed she punched in scratch. John across the face todd settle Rina continued to attack John when they got home. He did not mention a visit from officer Francis. He said that he left them alone in their apartment and waited in a parking lot for them to calm down then. He came back inside and went to bed after the incident. Lorraina tried to talk to John to communicate that it was unacceptable to hit her. She said that John kind of apologized which gave her hope that she had gotten through to him about a month later. The couple took a weekend trip to ocean city Maryland they brought Taunton long as well as arenas friend and coworker Terry mccumber. The group was walking along on the beach when John. Thought he heard a man whistle at the women. He grew furious. Lorena said John grabbed her by the hair and pulled her to their hotel. Terry mccumber confirmed lorraine his account of the trip horrified by the way John Treated Lorena. She yelled at him to stop. John ignored her and told the women that they were going home. John went back to the hotel to pack up their things. He ordered the group into the car and they began. Dr Terry said that on the drive home. She witnessed John hit and punch Llerena while she cowered in the passenger seat Terry again screened at John to stop but he wouldn't listen. He told Terry that if she didn't shut up he'd leave her on the side of the highway. John Deny that he hit lorraina during the trip but he admitted that he became angry with her. He said that while he was driving through traffic. Llerena and Terry were sitting together in the back seat looking out the window and flirting with men they saw in the cars passing by them on the highway. She did not explain why he perceived their behavior to be flirtatious. He recalled feeling angry in ocean city but claimed that he didn't remember any other details of the trip. After they dropped Terry off return to their apartment John continued to beat Lorena until she fled the apartment. She stayed with Terry that night but she returned the next day. Jason be waiting a professor of marriage and family therapy at Brigham. Young University cited religious and family pressure as one of the most common reasons that women stay in abusive relationships in the two thousand twelve study by associate professor of psychology at Brigham Young University Nuwakot. Yamawaki research suggested that social stigma and fear of being judged often deter victims from leaving their abusive spouses at that point. Lorena and John were still newlyweds. Only married a few months. She did not want to admit her marriage was already a failure. Divorce also went against her Catholic beliefs. So she stayed with John. She was pleased when his cousin. Todd finally moved out of their apartment a few weeks later but John Marinas lives did not improve bio arenas account. John lost his temper and beat her at least once a month especially when he was drinking she felt particularly terrified when he started to choke her robbing his hands around her neck and digging his thumbs into her windpipe L- Arenas Co workers reported regularly seeing bruises on her arms neck and face around the same time John Lorena moved into a new house with more space John said the move was L- arenas idea and Lorena said it was John's both of them have since called the move a mistake since the house cost more than they could afford worries about money added to their attention then in the spring of Nineteen Ninety twenty one year old Lorena became.

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"john punched" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

10:06 min | 8 months ago

"john punched" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

"In Nineteen Eighty seven twenty year old. John joined the Marine Corps. John said that his military career blunted his ability he to feel empathy saying because Emma Combat Marine. I'm trained not to feel emotions. It's really hard for me to understand a person who has a a lot of feelings. He later claimed that his marital problems with the arena were partly caused by his lack of sensitivity. But this didn't seem to be a problem at the start of their relationship. Llerena was just happy to have his attention. After about ten months of dating twenty two year old John and twenty year old Lorena arena. Were married a justice of the peace. Perform the legal ceremony on June eighteenth nineteen eighty nine. The couple settled into a small all studio apartment and Manassas Virginia out of the Castro's home and no longer burdened by chaperones and restrictions. John and Lorena Grena could finally build an intimate relationship together. As husband and wife. They seemed happy together. But that was quick to change will talk about John and Lorraine `as disastrous marriage coming up now back to the story in nineteen eighty eight twenty one year old Marine Corps Lance Corporal. John Wayne Bobbitt met nineteen year old. Lorena Cayo a young woman. Men who had recently immigrated to the United States from Venezuela they had palpable chemistry and after less than a year of dating they decided added to get married but the marriage turn sour almost immediately. They moved into a small studio apartment but they couldn't afford to furnish furnish it for the first month of their marriage. They slept on the floor from John. Wayne Bobbitt's perspective. This was the start of their problems. Laurino wanted too much too fast. John said that Llerena was angry that he could not provide more for her to her. The American dream meant being successful and having a big house bull arena told a different story. She was concerned by John's behavior very early in their marriage. She has said that the first cracks began to appear just a few weeks after they moved in together during the July Fourth Holiday John John Lorena took a trip up to Niagara Falls to visit John's family according to Llerena. John didn't tell her that his family had planned special wedding reception reception and picnic at their local church. The newlyweds arrived at delete missing the celebration when they got there. Everyone was furious. Areas it will Serena's first introduction to John's family. All she could say was. I'm sorry I didn't know after staying hanging Niagara for three days. John Lorena returned to Manassas. They did not go back alone. John's cousin Todd Bairo accompanied them. John told Lorena that his cousin was going to live with them for a while. LORRAINA was upset. Todd was a stranger to her. She tried to tell John's family that they lived in a tiny studio apartment without any furniture. She felt that they weren't in a position to host guests below arena. said her husband didn't care. Todd was going to move in with them whether she liked it or not. Soon after marina found drug Paraphernalia Korea and their apartment she discovered that todd was a convicted felon and addicted to cocaine and even bigger problem was todd's influence influence on John while he stayed with them. The two men went out drinking nearly every night. She said that about a month into their marriage. She asked to join the men on one of their nights out. According to Lorraina the group tried to go to a club called Chelsea's Washington DC but they were turned away because they're retired didn't fit the dress code. They decided to go to another bar were taught in John drink beer and took several shots. When it was time time to go home they all returned to the car and John got behind the wheel? Lorena recalled that John sped down is sixty six at over over ninety miles per hour. Recklessly weaving across lanes other drivers beep their horns in veered to get out of their way at one point joynt. She was so afraid they were going to crash. She grabbed the steering wheel according to Lorraina. That's when John Punched her. She started to cry as John Screamed obscenities at her todd sitting in the backseat simply nodded in approval at Johns Tirade aid. Lorraina reported that when they got home John dragged her to their apartment and began to kick her slap her and pull her hair a security guard. Officer Francis heard the disturbance in came to the apartment when John opened the door. His demeanor changed completely suddenly. He grew quiet and got his temper. Under control. Officer Francis Saul Llerena crying and asked her. If she had anywhere else she could go. She told him she was leaving but she was too embarrassed to go to a friend's house. She didn't want anybody to know what had happened instead. She drove to the parking lot of the salon where she worked and slept in her car. John in his cousin as in todd remember that night differently. They confirm Lorena Story. The three of them tried to go to a DC nightclub Chelsea's and that they were turned away because because John was wearing sneakers. Batat said let Lorraina became enraged when the bouncer wouldn't let them in. He claimed she punched in scratch. John Across the face. Todd set Llerena continued to attack John when they got home. He did not mention a visit from officer Francis. He said that he left them alone in their apartment and waited in a parking lot for them to calm down then he came back inside and went to bed. After the incident Lorraina Lorraine tried to talk to John to communicate that it was unacceptable to hit her. She said that John kind of apologized which gave her hope that she had had gotten through to him about a month later. The couple took a weekend trip to ocean city Maryland. They brought todd along as well as Laurynas friend and coworker Terry mccumber. The group was walking along on the beach when John Thought he heard a man whistle at the women he grew furious. Lorena Llerena said. John grabbed her by the hair and pulled her to their hotel. Terry mccumber confirmed marinas account of the trip horrified by the way John. John Treated Lorena. She yelled attempt to stop but John ignored her and told the women that they were going home. John went back to the hotel to pack up there things. He ordered the group into the car and they began to. Dr Terry said that on the drive home. She witnessed John hit and punch Llerena while she cowered in the passenger seat Terry again screened at John to stop but he wouldn't listen. He told Terry that if she didn't shut up he'd leave her on the side of the highway. John denied that he hit lorraine during the trip but he admitted that he became angry with her. He said that while he was driving through traffic ethic Lorraina and Terry were sitting together in the back seat looking out the window and flirting with men they saw in the cars passing by them on the highway. She did not not explain why he perceived their behavior to be flirtatious. He recalled feeling angry in ocean city but claimed that he didn't remember any other details of of the trip. After they dropped Terry off and return to their apartment. John continued to beat Llerena until she fled the apartment. She stayed with Terry that night but she returned the next day. Jason be writing a professor of marriage and family therapy at Brigham Young University scientist religious and family pressure as one of the most common reasons that women stay in abusive relationships in two thousand twelve study by associate professor of psychology policy at Brigham. Young University Nuwakot Yamawaki research suggested that social stigma and fear of being judged often deter victims stems from leaving their abusive spouses at that point. Lorena and John. We're still newlyweds. Only married a few months. She did not want to admit her. Our marriage was already a failure. Divorce also went against her Catholic beliefs. So she stayed with John. She was pleased when his cousin as in todd finally moved out of their apartment a few weeks later but John and Laurynas lives did not improve by laurynas account. John lost his temper and beat her at least once a month especially when he was drinking she felt particularly terrified when he started to choke her wrapping his hands around her neck and digging his thumbs into her windpipe. Lorena Co workers reported regularly seeing bruises on her arms neck neck and face around the same time John and Lorena moved into a new house with more space. John said the move was L- arenas idea And Lorena said it was John's both of them have since called the move a mistake since the house cost more than they could afford worries about money he added to their tension then in the spring of Nineteen Ninety twenty one year old Lorraina became.

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"john punched" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"john punched" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"I'm Marie to blah. Another key member of the Trump administration is leaving today acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan withdrew from the formal confirmation process even as tensions with Iran are escalating defence, an eight other top administration jobs, now held by acting leaders including homeland security, and chief of staff, Shanahan's exit comes as coordin- police records of domestic violence. Ceramic has divorce were brought to light. David Martin has more on that metric Shanahan and his wife, Kimberly, divorced, eight years ago, a year after a run in with police, which began with this nine one one call my husband John punches at me. According to court documents he denied that in claimed she had punched him giving him a bloody note when police arrived, she was the one charged with assault which was later dismissed after the divorce fights over money and custody of the three children continue. You in two thousand eleven seventeen year old son beat his mother with a baseball bat. I was knocked unconscious twice Kimberly declared in court documents, adding that her ex husband has taken the position that I provoke the assault the documentary are all public, and we're available to the FBI when Shanahan was nominated to become deputy secretary of defense in two thousand seventeen but a member of the Senate Armed Services committee says they were never told that there was something in this nominees pass, Patrick Shanahan's pass, that was deliberately concealed or mistakenly, covered up to White House officials told CBS news they knew about Shanahan's family turmoil when the president announced last month, he would nominate him as the next secretary of defense today, President Trump claimed he just found out about it yesterday. For the first time announcing his resignation. Shanahan said continuing in the confirmation process would force my three children to relive traumatic chapter in our family's life, the sad story which leaves the country without a confirmed. Secretary of defense to have no secretary of defense at this time is is appalling..

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"john punched" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"john punched" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"No they ran a chance ame it's cold outside that goal ame its goal of the guy is aiming has been home alerts you drought ban in now hold your hands third serves by new style do you follow words they face and soon the areas where amy van scarier who the as well they made in that half day lord some music gone wa today lamy in bad i'll say let's in this draft ub had out there i wish i knew starts now sank your your hair looks to say no john latin valli moosa analysts say since then herding my gene hi this is andrea from animal precinct let's get back to more talking pets with john punch and by the way cold weather i mean we're experiencing it down here in his south um you know in the southern part we're in florida uh and it is quite cold it's been in a 30s at night but up north in the northern regions of the country um you know whether in oregon or you know pennsylvania wherever you may be there are experiencing egg the negatives yes and just think wind chill on top of that i mean if you look at massachusetts i mean there's cars frozen a nice a friend of mine sent me a picture it was frozen an ice all the way up to the windows so they've had like this bomb this arctic bombed they're calling it and the towns are flooded from water that you know came in from the from the oceans or whatever and froze everything um it's scary it it it it is scary but i also like the fact living imf florida you look at the map on the weather channel and stuff a reverend ed and where are the only place it doesn't have like snow and freezing rain in the panhandle florida their heads from snow they did have some snow yup show which you know it saw it but you gotta be careful with the pets to immunise specially in the northern regions words show bitter and bone schilling do not leave your pets outside uh bring them and keep in mind if you can handle the called neither tenure fat exactly an and the for coat that you think that they have that doesn't necessarily helped him in and bitter temperatures so as especially you know for four florida girl florida animals you now they're just not they're just not used to it the.

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"john punched" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"john punched" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"In this kind of forty the why so that that creates a mind nerves more so than of particular word as an editor i i run into this a lot which is phrases and stuff that i don't phrases in words that i don't like seeing i'm sure you have a laundry list like whole bunch of psalm shower you do one of the most overuse phrases in all of journalism is the phrase right now is took to twitter so and so took to twitter congressman barca burma com huckabee little at eight fifteen a congresswoman barbara comstock took to twitter to criticize her democratic opponent what would you prefer i just just went something later who something is not cliches twitter that's like it's supposed to sound colloquial and folksy but everybody uses as not original you something different also um passive voice drives me crazy the end so too said to be clear on what passive ways his because this is a subject the bite when when people here it's like won't let me go clinton says has it goes subject action object that's the that's active voice john punched bill if you say bill was punched by john you deserve to be punished for speaking enact in passive ways yeah nuts gets you that's it drives me where little randy it's a very bad for america to speak and fazal voice don't do that really yes trust me reno read a news story and in it and good news stories were in an act of was not passed you know fathers well well since we're going to go there what bothers me more is when editor's desk on his throat put things through spellcheck in a written they just put things through spellcheck and so it passes muster three spellcheck but there are words her that make no sense or its t o instead of twa that kind of thing drives me right hominum up so yet the are you ready for it never iridium michael agape mike mika as one on i'm just saying i'm just saying i'm just saying that who say that i say that i say that well now you know you know you know mike well days of the noise of you that is.

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"john punched" Discussed on Uncivil

Uncivil

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"john punched" Discussed on Uncivil

"The same john punch the african indentured servants sentenced to slavery and along with this discovery kelly finally learned about the black dutch there was more complicated than she thought the interesting thing is that blacked out usmalaysian most mulinge ends of my generation have no idea that they are mulinge and lungen it turns out was the name given to some of these early families who fled the slave laws they settled in the remote valleys and appalachia and elsewhere lungen was a new race and there were dozens of them all generated at this time up and down the eastern seaboard for instance that were the cubans of north carolina and the turks of south carolina the delaware moore's and the jackson whites of new jersey the red bones the pond shiners and the bushwhackers all claiming to be anything but black over time they developed these protective stories that kept them safe from the slave laws that they had no african ancestry because depending on who you talk to they were descended from portuguese fishermen or wandering gypsies or turkish sailors and some of these odd racial categories lingered well into the 20th century likened kelly's family passed down as treasured family laurel but nowadays we have dna robin patton who works at the historical society in louisa county virginia says recent dna tests provide a clearer picture of the origin of the malaysians they have been mapping voluntary submitted dna samples for these families over time they haven't found portuguese yet uh they haven't found gypsy yet and they know that they are african but when the results were published everybody wasn't exactly ecstatic to learn that there was some african in the family line so there was some unhappy malone jain's folks who objected were insistent that their routes were whatever their chosen family story was it didn't matter to them what anybody else or would any science said they knew because it was in their oral history that they were descendant from portuguese fishermen or from.

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"john punched" Discussed on Uncivil

Uncivil

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"john punched" Discussed on Uncivil

"It was an unusual punishment if you're going to throw the book at people why not throw it at all three of them well there's a clue as to why punches fate was so different it comes down to three words in the ruling being a negro john punch as one of the first recorded legal cases of a person of african descent uh being condemned to a lifetime of servitude an african head to be sentenced to become a slave for life you wasn't a given only a few centuries before if you had mentioned slavery no one would have thought about an african they would've thought of an eastern european that's where the word slave comes from slav but then the people of eastern europe built fortresses so the slave traders adapted and put systems of african slavery in place in latin america and the caribbean but in north america in the sixteen 40s if you were an african being enslaved was only one possibility some africans had access to the courts the could mary who they wanted one man was even elected to maryland general assembly this is so different from hot thought about black people and early america but that's how was before this ruling john punch had been just like the other two men you'd run away with get agreed to work for someone else for a limited period of time in exchange for money in land so that's how things work why did the judge single out john punch in this way unfortunately there is no 20page judgment lying around that we can read that sites all the reasons next planations for this ruling so we don't know why the courts singled out john punch as a negro to sentence him to a lifetime of servitude but we do know what happened next the african slave trade expanded from five thousand people a year to 45000 so for slaveowners like you gwynn there were far more africans available for purchase than there were europeans to be indentured so there early colonies started to take what happened in the punch case and make it law in sixteen 64 maryland recognizes slavery is legal and declares that blacks who are currently in the colony a will be considered slaves passing laws like this could help you gwynn and the other tobacco planters control their workers the core of the idea was to create two different kinds of workers the first car.

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"john punched" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"john punched" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Of effective lifetime productive lifetime and we could we could have manses in automation where we multiply the power of one person is there any chance it at some point maybe beyond 2050 that this new paradigm would completely change the rules and principles of demography and and what we are facing now yes in a nutshell out yeah now it it i don't mean to be so dropped it uh if if people um i just i've spoken to scientists and then they that'd be like a couple of times that they claim that we're gonna we're right on the fresh hold a living two hundred twenty and a cloudy life at one hundred twenty uh social security would go broke certainly well uh but it going forward uh th john punched allied trading on on basic demographic principles and and that's what stolen play because the rest of it is uh on the come and i just put japan in perspective japan i will not exist and 2050 and less they extend the lives the the the age that they're folks live because they they're not having any new almost not having kids and certainly not getting married and and uh so uh the which can happen when you have a product let's see toothpaste yeah oddy who do more that too i mean hot of the people within the company and the consultants like you go after the market how do you know who your market is for toothpaste for example determined that at minute that demand will give you the demography and run demographia we'll give you the marketing holds a demand would be everybody needs to brush their teeth right there yeah scott that's what i would start with yeah well then then then the the big up marketing appeal would be very very general and you'd be looking at a total population if if the population is stagnant uh like in canada uh and they already have a a series of kupres toothpaste uh brands then unless you had something really special it's like to be a good idea to come up with a new toothpaste interest in the united states you have the biggest crop of young people ever start house than ever do by toothpaste and and develop habits big great developed developing.

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"john punched" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"john punched" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I i think you might be under something he might need change game a little bit and go from the sandwich blog fraud industry to the desert taco industry i you know what i've i've been looking for a changed my life this might be a rejuvenate my my blogging career at what are you do with case the dea's what are you deal with those and besides the wayne wilmer catalan or 109 belly there's a lot of energy to be a lot of people asking how this was it's sort of like oh it's a rap it's kind of like a rat that's not don't look at the ingredients are really like sandwich ingredient uh much more taco were garrido ingredients ellen kick classify more that they had roast beef caissoti as we all want roast beef case abuse we would be a you know we endless to endless argument tell me about the time classified i tell me about the time the marcus smart in the junk oh gosh all right sure bring back up um we were playing the celtics and the same team that i told the story yesterday knocked clicked youth out uh and we have this we have the huge strong guy named aaron bans our team and whose exact ironically now just signed with the celtics and we ran a play with a double pick and roll is at the top of the key so aaron being sits the first pick i think for tony parker patty mills wherever the point guard was and then i was the cleanup guy the second guy and then erin benz rules to the who and i pop in hopefully in this kind of pick your poison the big guarding the pick and roll s either take care and bans on the role in which i'll be open on the poff bore take me on the pawsox the on the john punching no i got a set it up he's gonna set it up for the spike so so dan's sets the first pick in drills marcus smart which he but that's his job you know he's a big physical over out there and i think marcus took exception to that so when he bounced off fans and he comes running next next in line me the sandwich kinda i kinda took the.

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"john punched" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"john punched" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"To me those are kind of the two best tips you can give simone and the stuff happens it's real that was john punch president of financial engines advisers and anti this seems like an obvious problem to folks like us but when you're elderly and you're being asked to make a decision on this ought with no one there to consult with it's a real problem is a real problem let me talk real quick to these clowns who were doing this to the elderly you should be ashamed of yourself imagine somebody doing this to your grandparent or your parents what you're doing is wrong you should be absolutely ashamed of yourself there's a special place in hell out there for you for doing what you do so all that aside yet seems obvious the us but to the elderly it's not so obvious but there's a scientific reason and it's the aging brain i mean complex financial decisions require connections between different parts of the brain and those connections breakdown when you age the problem is financial judgment is the first kind of judgement to go but you're your competence doesn't so they there's this huge disconnect and that's what makes you a perfect target for these people we've posted some of the scams the top scams actually for 2017 for the elderly i get out to investingsensecom you can see m ire s impostors scams are are one of the top scams will give you five ways to tell if you're being contacted by one of these guys but get out to investingsensecom you look these scams protect yourself tell everybody yes get the list send it to everyone you know who might be a target and again at list is at investingsensecom coming up next the fed raised interest rates earlier this week what does it mean for your retirement and your investment accounts and what should we do about it will s next here on investing sense it's brought to you by financial engines and these take on your financial situation email male andy at investingsensecom you can ask him about any anything your ira retirement income for even your kurd financial advisor for.

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"john punched" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"john punched" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To me those are the two best tips you can give someone and the stuff happens it's real that was john punch president of financial engines advisers and andy this seems like an obvious problem to folks like us but when you're elderly and you're being asked to make a decision on the spot with no one there to consult with it's a real problem it's a real problem let me talk real quick to these clowns who are doing this to the elderly you should be ashamed of yourself imagine somebody doing this to your grandparents or your parents what you're doing is wrong you should be absolutely ashamed of yourself there's a special place in hell out there for you for doing what you do so all that aside yet seems odd is to us but to the elderly it's not so obvious but there's a scientific reason and it's the aging brain i mean complex financial decisions require connections between different parts of the brain and those connections breakdown when you age the problem is financial judgment is the first kind of judgement to go but your your confidence doesn't so there's this huge disconnect and that's what makes you a perfect target for these people we posted some of the scams the top scams actually for 2017 for the elderly i get out to investingsensecom you can see m ire s impostor scams are are one of the top scams will give you five ways to tell if you're being contacted by one of these guys but get out to investingsensecom look these scams protect yourself tell everybody yes get the list send it to everyone you know who might be a target and again that list as investingsensecom coming up next the fed raised interest rates earlier this week what does it mean for your retirement and your investment accounts and what should you do about it will that's next here on investing sense it's brought to you by financial engines get envies take on your financial situation the male ask andy.

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"john punched" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"john punched" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"To me those are the two best tips you can give someone and the stuff happens it's real that was john punch president of financial engines advisers and andy this seems like an obvious problem to folks like us but when you're elderly and you're being asked to make a decision on the spots with no one there to consult with it's a real problem it's a real problem let me talk real quick to these clowns who were doing this to the elderly you should be ashamed of yourself imagine somebody doing this to your grandparent or your parents is what you're doing is wrong you should be absolutely ashamed of yourself there's a special place in hell out there for you for doing what you do so all that aside yet seems obvious is to us but to the elderly it's not so obvious but there's a scientific reason and it's the aging brain i mean complex financial decisions require connections between different parts of the brain and those connections breakdown when you age the problem is financial judgment is the first kind of judgement to go but your your confidence doesn't said there's this huge disconnect and that's what makes you a perfect target for these people we posted some of the scams the top scams actually for 2017 for the elderly again that's investingsensecom you can see m ire s posture scams are are one of the top scams will give you five ways to tell if you're being contacted by one of these guys but get out to investingsensecom look these scams protect yourself tell everybody yes get the list send it to everyone you know who might be a target and again that list his investingsensecom coming up next the fed raised interest rates earlier this week what does it mean for your retirement and your investment accounts and what should you do about.

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"john punched" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"john punched" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To watch so as you mentioned some of the the good things that are happening for investors these days one of those was kind of a milestone moment for investors that was yesterday the department of labor fiduciary role roll took a big step in the right direction it's now officially partially implemented with the full implementation coming on january first of next year twenty eighteen and this rule meant to bonn financial professionals working with retirement savers ten legal and ethical standards adding it's it's something longoverdue we applaud what happening out of dc our own chris jones chief investment officer at financial engines was pretty involved in the entire process and really championing the the rule as it was being created out of dc so this this is something that could not have happened test and we've talked about this rule on the show for quite a long time in fact recently we talked with john punch president a financial clinton's advisers and here's what john had to say about the dea well rule the term fiduciary i think the easiest way to understand it is in in our industry you can give advice but not be held liable for the outcome of that advice in a holistic manner right was it was there was it right and and the way i believe that the industry's gun rounded is at the point in time that i've made this advice was it suitable so as you can visit meet a level of suitability but has nothing to do about the future and the outcome and how i treat you as an investor with the fiduciary personable saying i'm liable legally liable to make sure that you're an invest smith that's appropriate and you think about being sold something that basically the minute you walk out the door there's no accountability to the legal aspects of it that's not not not a good situation for anyone that was john bunch from financial engines so andy really between the falling fund fees you mentioned an earlier commissions dropping the block chain that's a part.

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"john punched" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"john punched" Discussed on WJR 760

"Meant to bond's financial professionals working with retirement savers ten legal and ethical standardising it's it's something longoverdue we applaud what's happening out of dc our own chris jones chief investment officer at financial engines was pretty involved in the entire process and really championing the the rule as it was being create it it out of dc so this this is something that could not have happened test and we've talked about this rule on the show for quite a long time in fact recently we talked with john punch president a financial engines advisers and here's what john had to say about the deal well rule the term fiduciary i think the easiest way to understand it is in in our industry you can give advice but not be held liable for the outcome of that advice in a holistic manner right was it was there was it right and in the way that the industry's gun rounded is at the point in time that i've made this advice was it suitable so as it can does it meet a level of suitability but but has nothing to do about the future and the outcome and how i treat you as an investor with the producer its principal saint i'm liable legally liable to make sure that your investment that's appropriate and you think about that being sold something that basically the minute you walk out the door and there's no accountability to the legal aspects of it that now that's not a good situation for anyone that was john bunch from financial engines so andy really between the falling fund fees you mentioned earlier commissions dropping the block chain that's a part of bitcoin yet and now this taking a step forward with the department of labor it really feels like this might become the go old natshe for investors i think so now i will say that this battle is still far from over uh there's a couple of ways that the fiduciary rule could still die one is this thing called the choice act which the house passed on thursday it could eliminate the fiduciary rule or the department of labor could still rescind the rule as it continues to review the costs and benefits from now all the way up until full implementation in.

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"john punched" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"john punched" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Legal and ethical standard adding it's it's something longoverdue we applaud what's happening out of dc our own chris jones chief investment officer at financial engines was pretty involved in the entire process and really championing the the rule as it was being created out of dc so this this is something that could not have happened test and we've talked about this rule on the show for quite a long time in fact recently we talked with john punched president of financial engines advisers and here's what john had to say about the deal well rule the term fiduciary i think the easiest way to understand it is in in our industry you can give advice but not be held liable for the outcome of that advice in a holistic manner right was it was there was it right and and the way that the industry's gone round it is at the point in time that have made this advice was it suitable so as you can visit meet a level of suitability but has nothing to do about the future and the outcome and how i treat you as an investor with the fiduciary producers simple saying i'm liable legally liable to make sure that you're an investment that's appropriate and you think about that being sold something that basically the minute you walk out the door and there's no accountability to the legal aspects of it that's not not not a good situation for anyone that was john bunch from financial engines so andy really between the falling fund fees you mentioned earlier commissions dropping the block chain that's a part of bitcoin yet and now this of taking a step forward with the department of labor it really feels like this might become the golden natshe for investors i think so now i will say that this battle is still far from over uh there's a couple of ways that the fiduciary rule could still die one is this thing called the choice act which the house passed on thursday it could eliminate the fiduciary rule or the department of labor could still rescind the rule as it continues to review the costs and benefits from now all the way up until full implementation in january are on january first of twenty eighteen but what happened yesterday is a tremendous tremendous event it was a tremendous event.

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"john punched" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"john punched" Discussed on WWL

"The full implementation counting on january first of next year twenty eighteen and this rule meant to bond finance shall professionals working with retirement savers titled legal and ethical standardising it's it's something longoverdue we applaud what's happening out of dc our own chris jones chief investment officer at financial engines was pretty involved in the entire process and really championing the the rule as it was being created out of dc so this this is something that could not have happened faster and we've talked about this rule on the show for quite a long time in fact recently we talked with john punched president of financial engines advisers and here's what john had to say about the deal well rule the term fiduciary i think the easiest way to understand it is in in our industry you can give advice vice but not be held liable for the outcome of that advice in a holistic manner right was it was or was it right and and the way that the industry's gun rounded is at the point in time that i've made this advice was it suitable soza can visit meet a level of suitability but has nothing to do about the future and the outcome and how i treat you as an investor with the fiduciary principle saying i'm liable legally liable to make sure that you're an investment that's appropriate and you think about that been'sold something that basically the minute you walk out the door there's no accountability to the legal aspects of it that's not not not a a good situation for anyone that was john bunch from financial engines so andy really between the falling fund fees you mentioned earlier commissions dropping the block chain that's a of bitcoin yep.

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"john punched" Discussed on Scene On Radio

Scene On Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"john punched" Discussed on Scene On Radio

"And why is also this part that deals with marriage so any white man and woman who marries a person of african india and dissent is now going to be committed to jail for pre two six months without bail and has to pay ten pounds as a fine so what you really can see there is like you can really see the intensification of any racial division really happening there yet through these laws right and there wouldn't have been any need for these laws if people weren't actually having a tendency to joined together whether it's in in marriage and relationships or potentially on grounds of class interest and things like that right i mean you look you in your story john punch escapes together with you know uh so folks who would now be classified as white right and then you know you had in a race relations i mean people don't make laws about things that are happening you know to stop things from happening if they're not happening like unless it's voter fraud or something like that then people than they do do that they make all kinds of laws and you know but like that's why we have to break this idea that somehow just because of these differences that the differences were the thing that dictated how people acted politically people acted politically based on the fact that you know in many cases they were you know the sharing some key you know conditions of servitude and the these slave laws it was a legal project that intensified the division between those and sort of fords that allegiance so a lot of this a lot of these efforts the laws that ways of really forcibly separating the races and setting them against one another really and creating only incentives for them to separate the argument is that the that those things were designed to lead to what suzanne called.

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