17 Burst results for "Joseph Allen"
"joseph allen" Discussed on Comedy Lab Podcast
"Sound of modern art that's not it. Put join wisdom. But you can also get paid or you can get you can monetize from your talks. There's a certain amount of they have a digital currency on there called mentor coin. Can you do that? And you can take this mentor coin and you can get gift cards to Amazon and that's cool. Some other places yeah. And I think you get one, it's like one mentor coin. For every time a person stays on ten minutes. So it's like, if a person comes in, they stay on ten minutes. That's one mentor coin. If they stay another ten minutes. That's another mentor. That's to show me that app. Turn that off. I'm going to see if I can find it. It might just be the search thing. I'm looking for now. Possibly. Yeah, yeah. I'm just seeing if I can find it. See what it looks like. And is this the recording? Because I want you to do this. It's all good. I want you to take the audio from this. And I want you to put it on your podcast. Your podcast. Yeah, what I'll do is always go and listen to everything. But I think this will be a really good podcast. For everything. That was a good conversation. All right, this is excuse me. This is a good hot mic. My number one isn't this a lot of fun. Oh, man, what's y'all? I might need your Wi-Fi fam. Well, you're asking a little too much. It is. You ain't gotta go ahead. I think I paid the bill today. Nope, still gotta do that. It would be my spectrum. If you got the 5, the zero 5G hit that one. Let me see. I think it is capital J, it's Jerry. At symbol me 2020. At symbol, me 20 20. The only capital is a possibly. Let me know if that doesn't work. If not, then there's no capitals, but did it work? Did it work? Just thinking. Man, outside shit's distracting my shit, banging. Let's say weak ass security. He says, what the boom boom. I came out earlier. I guess it's working? Yeah, it's the setup, but that's funny. It says weak. See if you can bring the app up or a web page or something. It ain't going to come. It will come up on look like real quick. Yeah, we can get into that because oh yeah, and then you see this Albert Einstein. That's cool. Just want to see what it says. So I can search for it. Is there something that's wisdom connection that's terrible? Yeah, you can go up. You're children. Now there may be a lot of people that have to wisdom and have to. Who is going to talk to me? Let me see. Does it show can you bring something up? Find it, or can you share that son that to me? I just don't know. How to find it. They still working on that. So when you search for it. On the search bar in this. All right, so when you search for it on your little market, you just typed in wisdom, you found, man, I got a lot more. Well, they sent it to me because they wanted me to help with while it was in beta. That's cool. They found you. Yeah, they heard the pyre cast and they was looking for podcasters to start this community. Okay, so now it ain't out. Four. They say you got to use your real name. I don't want to get no more. Or I don't want to use camera no more. Why? Because I'm changing it. You're done. Legally? I'm going to be using blase. That's my music. That's my rap name. Right. But I kind of want to, I want to start using my middle name. What's your millennial? Lamont. LeMond, and I kind of like, what's the point of having the middle name if you don't ever use it? Not in her name is Allen, and I never use it. That's what I'm saying. It's like, that's a waste of energy. Right. You know? Just using your middle name alone? Is that what you're saying? No, or just not. The middle name period. It's like a name is important. Your first your middle name is important as your first name. Some people they do go by their middle name, but it's just like for me, I haven't the only time that I use my middle name is if I'm signing documents. That sounds fucking depressing. Yeah. You know what? Man, I never thought about it. Like I've never had a reason to use it or telling people like what's your full name or caramel of my hair, but I've never had a reason or I've never been able to use it in any other sense for anybody else to call me that. But for every reason to call. I'm just trying to thank my grandmother, rest in peace. She was the only one that would call me by my full name when I was in trouble. When I heard Joseph Allen, I would have to stop being doing what the fuck I was doing. So I kind of wanted to change my name to Lamont Cameron. 'cause it's like I've already used I already use Cameron my whole life. Yeah, my switch is so it's not really like I'm missing anything. My mind came around. I might change my name to Lamar. I never got to use it. I want to know what the frequency of Le Mans is. 'cause you know, every name holds a certain energy, right? Oh, your name has a particular energy. There's a difference in Joe and Joe. Then there is in camera. Clearly. And you can tell just by the way that it sounds, it's a different frequency. And what kind of frequency or energy do you think? Well, we all have these different okay, so
"joseph allen" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"At least mitigating some of that. Because right now, Evan Neal is going to block everybody because he's the greatest offensive tackle in the draft and should have gone number one overall. And he'll be fine. And Andrew Thomas, I think, is profiling is a very good player. But you're just going to shoot you're going to shoot those a and B gaps and it's not going to matter. And so I think that that's really where I think they made some headway there. They also took Daniel Bellinger tight end out of San Diego state in the fourth round. He was the best blocking tight end in this league in this league. In this draft, maybe in the league, we'll see what happens a couple of years, but that is exciting for that reason, but it also it's exciting because they also have Ricky seals Jones who doesn't block well. So, you know what they did, Connor. They got a stylistic compliment. Oh, what up? Well, in this league, maybe you meant what conference does oh, the mountain west. Maybe that's what you're talking about. I thought you were gonna say the NFC. Do you know who do you know who coaches San Diego state right now, by the way? I don't. Brady hoke. Oh, really? Yeah. Okay. Good good. Him. Yeah. Good on that. Former Carolina Panthers defensive line coach. Obviously a longtime Michigan longtime Michigan head coach, or I guess not really a long time. He was the head coach at San Diego state before he went to Michigan too. I didn't know that. Wow. Fascinating. I learned a lot about Brady hoke in 30 seconds on Wikipedia. God bless the Internet. Yeah. Absolutely. All right, Pittsburgh, steelers, a minus, Pittsburgh quarterback. They took in the first round, Kenny Pickett, and it turned out no one really wanted any of the other quarterbacks, apparently. So it's always interesting to think where picket might have fallen had the sealers not taking them, not only because you can kind of say that with anyone, but if the Steelers had not selected him, does that serve as something as a red flag for other teams who were saying, well, the Steelers knowing better than anyone. But aside from that, they went with, you talk about the Steelers and wide receivers, they don't let George pickings in round two, Calvin Austin in round four apparently Calvin Austin was coveted by the ravens and they jumped up and grabbed him. I think pickens was just a tremendous value pick there at 52. I thought he was a first round talent. I don't know what exactly whispers are about attitude and all that stuff. But I think he's going to be fine and he's probably going to have a chance to be a dominant player here. And then you're kind of a demarvin leal guy of lightly a demarvin Leo guy, let's say. Yeah, I would say I'm as into his end to demarvin Lille as I was at one point like, I don't know, like Sonic Youth. So I would say I'm 40% of the way there on demarvin Lille. Like I would wear the T-shirt if he gave me a T-shirt to Marvin little teacher. I would wear a Sonic Youth T-shirt because I just want people to think that I got it that I understood it. But I think you put a few pounds onto Marvin Lille and what's nice about him is I think he fits into what the Steelers want to do. Like he's almost got a cam, Hayward vibe and that he rushes identically well from the inside and the outside. I think he does. Not a cam Hayward impression, obviously, but got a great moveset competed in that SEC, which I think is always massively important to me. And I mean, he gets home. No, I like it a lot. Not only do I think he was, I think he's a moldable prospect here, but also they were bad on the defensive line last year. Besides campaign Hayward, a lot of injuries up there, they really needed an infusion of youth and depth. And I think they're getting that here in de Marvin leal. So nice. Top full back off the board here too. There you go. Little brother, nice moment. Also fullback, baby. Yeah. I like fullbacks. Are you trying to proclaim yourself the full back fan on this podcast? I'm not the fullback God, but I have, I've written about fullbacks. I'm just saying I know fullbacks. I like people. I'm a full back fan. I've admired fullbacks for a long time, and I'm older than you too. So I've admired them for longer. You love fullback so much, name their first 5 albums. Oh, there was the Tommy vardell album. Oh man, well, you know what's weird the first fullback that I ever really fell in love with. This is such a weird memory of mine, but he did play in the NFL. My family obviously grew up like big Notre-Dame fans. And they had like, he's got his 44 now. Oh my God, he got, by the Steelers, undrafted free agent. Fullback named Joey good speed. Which is like the most made up sounding football name of all time. But his name was Joey good speed. Joseph Allen goodspeed from oswego, Illinois. And he, I don't know. I just remember watching Notre-Dame broadcast and being like, that's the coolest thing I've ever seen in my life. And my dad and my uncle used to call him Joey average speed. And it was like a fun thing. It was like a fun thing that he had. And from there on out, I love full backs. I was just like, this is the greatest position ever invented. That's a pretty good full backstory. My favorite fullback growing up was William Floyd, who went first round to the forty-niners in 1994. And he proclaimed himself Barr none as a nickname because he was the best fullback in the draft bar none. And that's why he went in the first round. That's solid. He ended up being a pretty good player. Not great. It's good. And he was fine. Back when you drafted full backs in the first round. Exactly. Yeah. What a time 1994. Love it. It's time to get your checking account to zero with free checking from penfed at zero ATM fees, zero balance requirements, and zero time spent waiting for your paycheck to direct deposit because you can receive it up to one day early, open your account with just $25 and see how big zero can be. Apply online today at pen fed dot org slash free checking. Early direct deposit eligibility may vary between pay periods and timing of payers funding to receive any advertised product you must become a member of pen fed, ensured by NCA. American corn farmers, a proud and chosen profession inspired through generations. Tested, resilient, and committed to giving back as much as they're growing, pushing the boundaries of what's possible with every bushel. 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"joseph allen" Discussed on WBUR
"Kind of said This is the goal post. I know Singapore has said it's going to live with Covid. We're still going to have an open economy. People are still going to work and go to school. Our ports are gonna stay open, and we're just going to avoid the worst cases. That's one example. I wonder what comes to mind for you. I think of some countries in Europe where the same thing is happening where they've said Essentially, they're going to quote unquote live with Covid because they have achieved these high rates of vaccination, where it's no longer a dire threat. To the country and the health care system. You know, I'm not being cavalier here. I'm not minimizing the threat here. There will, of course, be tragedies. At some point we're going to get to a point where enough people are vaccinated, where the tragedy has become fewer and fewer and back to the even hate using this word, quote unquote acceptable levels and by that, I mean The amount of death and hospitalizations we previously accepted before Covid. In terms of not disrupting society. We often ignore the public health impacts of the most restrictive measures there are impacts entire sectors of the economy have collapsed. For the past 18 months. Think about hospitality or restaurant or performing arts. If we get a new variant that pops at some point Well, everyone is fatigued At this point. We need to pull back when it's appropriate so that we can put in additional controls. Should we face something down the road? That's worse than what we're seeing right now. Finally, Professor Alan I mean, in your opinion piece he raised the question of questions were not really asking. So let me put one to you. Is it possible? This goes on for years. We know the black death certainly did back in the 14th century for a number of years. I don't think it's any question. This is going to go on for years. This virus will be endemic. Everyone's going to be exposed to this virus coming years. We're going to deal with clusters that they happen in under vaccinated, low vaccinated places or break or areas where we're gonna have several breakthroughs. But that's the point. We're going to have to get to a place where we manage this and the current approach. Is just not sustainable. In the long term, we're going to have to set some goals and we hit them. Pull back on some of this. Okay. Good place to end this. Joseph Allen is director of the Healthy Buildings program at Harvard School.
"joseph allen" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
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"joseph allen" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"By government, and it'll kill you, but you'll catch a nice, cheap buzz on your way out the doors and at least you survived the hurricane. Yeah, absolutely Going. 866. I love W J. I'm told this man's name is Q ball and he lives in Katy, Texas. Oh, I bet you balls got a big announcement Cube is this Cube all the the famous infamous biker guy that you're not in a gang? You're in a club. That's correct. Green beans, guys. What's the bird? No, No, no big announcement today, But I do have an interesting story to tell, Uh, went to the local office supply store yesterday, and they've got the big plastic shield in front of the cash register. The the guys wearing a big plastic face shield and he's wearing the blue gloves, right? I'm standing in line he reaches. He's waiting on another customer in front of me. He reaches up inside his clear plastic face, shield mask and coughs aren't to his glove device. I think he proceeds to continue helping that guy. Touching everything right? Let me touch all the story. It's my turn Exactly when it's my turn. And I step up to the register and proceed to explain this ridiculousness to He looked like a deer in the headlights. He could not conceive. E. What I was talking about, and then he says, he says, You want me to take my gloves off? Said You already touched everything with your glove. Then he wouldn't even touch my receipt. I was like, you know, this time. I'm just I was just like it's just so stupid. I noticed the same thing happens when you're standing on the other side of the plexiglass, which by the way, I don't if you knew it or not, But in scientific research, they've proven plexiglass is the natural born enemy of all viruses? No, I have the study right here. It says it does nothing. Oh. Oh, that's right. It's it does nothing. So there's a guy on one side of the plexiglass, and he's checking you out at the store of the restaurant or whatever it is, and he gives you the total and you hand him your credit card. He takes the credit card from your nasty hand, touches it with his Nasty hand puts it in the machine or whatever. And then, uh, passes it back to you your trading germs and bacteria and all this back and forth like we always used to do sure, But now we have plexiglass between us so that nothing can get ahold of you. How about this? Have you been to one of the grocery stores or retail outlets? Where they have plastic over the credit card thing. Oh, yeah. So you're touching the plastic. Everybody's touching the same thing. It doesn't mother surface to touch. It's not like you get when you rip one off every time you use it. No, it's the same thing That reminds me of when Biden was still running for president. One of my favorite Biden the candidate moments he's giving a speech. About how Trump doesn't take masks seriously and he does. And as he's talking, he takes his mask off so he can cough into his hand and then and then puts the mask back on the mask was supposed to catch that cough. I'm not sure you understand what the point of the mask is. So I don't think he understands much literally giving a speech about masks, but Cuba's credit in Cuba already hung up. I was going to go back to him. Yeah, but we we started talking about something else. And I guess he figured we were done with him. His big announcement. By the way, it's supposed to be the baby. His his wife is ripe with fetus that maybe just refuses to show up. Yeah, that baby ain't here yet. And to those of our listeners that don't remember. Q. Ball's the guy whose wife's What is it, gynecologist or O b, g, y n or one thing? Same thing. She He dropped her because she wouldn't get vaccinated while she was like a month out from her delivery day. That was a month ago, so she she should be like dropping right now. I'm so glad we're talking about this. Yesterday, the National Institute of Health put out a memo to the public health officials to tell them they're going to start To do research to figure out what the long term effects will be of the vaccine on pregnant. Wow, there's an idea what wouldn't you have thought they would have done? How long do they expect this research to take? I don't know. And it's maddening, ble five years so they won't know anything because How would you find out what the long term effects of something are? Unless you studied it for a long term? Listen to this. The NIH ordered a $1.67 Million study on how Covid 19 Vaccines impact the menstrual cycle. Two weeks ago, the NIH put out a report saying drinking and smoking during pregnancy might be bad for your baby. I'm beginning to think the government doesn't move quickly enough for this health crisis guys since they don't know what it's gonna do to you or your unborn child. Let me commend you Go ahead and take it anyway. Yeah, we don't have any proof. It's bad for Yeah, you know, nine out of 10 doctors recommend smoking camels while you're pregnant, You know, Think about that. There was a time when they did. Yes. Yes, they did. And as far as that plexiglass study goes Uh, Joseph Allen of the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, conducted a research study on this and found that the plexiglass you see at grocery stores restaurants in between tables. Doing nothing. It's not doing anything to protect you. What a shocker. Oh, my God, Or they're tearing it down everywhere. But no, they're not. No, no plexiglass sales have never been better in the article about this. From Bloomberg. There's a photo of a guy surrounded by plexiglass while he performs on stage in front of a small nightclub. Absent from the photo. Hundreds of people in the audience, not with any Plexi glass around them. And and most of them aren't wearing masks either. And they're all dead by now. I'm sure they all die to cover it a long time ago. Absolutely. Darlene is in Louisiana. Let's talk to Darlene. Go ahead, darling. Good morning, guys. I just wanted you to know that I am a female, obviously. And I want to say how much how much I appreciate. All the toxic masculinity that climbs up on all the power poles in southeast Louisiana and got me from a talk about all I want to say I never for one lady on the polls climbing, walking around in jeans, long sleeves. Um, security vast, whatever. And we treat our linemen very well here because they were being well fed. Yep. Darlene, I love you so much. I love this call. She's so right. Look at all the toxic masculinity. These guys out here are using their toxic masculinity to lift logs and Trees that fell over our buildings and stuff and climbing up on poles and touching livewire with electricity. And if it would kill you or me, waiting through toxic water to go find rescuing people. Absolutely. That's that's that's very offensive. They didn't even give a woman a chance to do that, or one of the other 75 genders. It's just such a shame. Don't you understand? There's a liberal, gendered neutral, non binary fluid individual who could have done those jobs too? Just as well, if you'd given him the chance. Wait, Shim the chance. Yeah. What's the one thing every woman have in common? They all break my balls. Walton Johnson. You do all you can to protect your family. But what if something that seems innocent turns out to be life threatening prescription pain pills are meant to relieve.
"joseph allen" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"Debasement of billy and yvonne's and vickers fingerprints prints were all in the car. According to authorities they say that the basement was allegedly wipe down and scrubbed with bleach which pointed to the bleach bottle found in victor's wife's car. And it did match up with what billy said. Dna blood a chain and burned clothing were collected at the crime scene billy griffin and victor stewart reportedly confessed to the police. The authorities went and searched a landfill on twenty third or some sources. Say the twenty eighth because by the time they were given this information the dumpster had already been picked up and emptied seventeen days prior at a transfer station being transported to the huge landfill in menominee falls or quite possibly another land veal. Authorities were examining a two hundred two hundred feet area of the landfill with the help of cadaver dogs after thirteen days. A funding nothing. The search was called off. Even though the police did not have a body they along with prosecutors were hopeful that since they gathered a lot of evidence at the crime scene and had statements from the murderers. It was sure to secure a conviction in this horrendous case. All of the men were arrested and charged for yvonne's murder. A court hearing was held on january. Thirty first twenty thirteen all. The men pled not guilty to first degree intentional murder. These are the trial dates that were set for the defendants. Billy griffin was on june tenth. Twenty thirteen ron. Joseph allen and ashanti. Mcallister were on june twenty four. Victor stewart's was on july first and devon l. Seabury was on july eight. Victor stewart and devon seabury were the state's primary cries witnesses in the trial of t mcallister. Victor devon decided to take the deal pleading guilty to second degree reckless homicide in return for testifying for the state. Victor and devon said that the two of them as well as a shanty. An ron. Were driving to billy. Griffin's place on january first searching for marijuana ashanti and ron started scuffling with yvonne when victor the gang general got his gun and fired a bullet into the kitchen floor. Victor said that this was to assert his authority. He also claimed that when yvonne was being led down to the basement ashanti than the gun which was a twenty two semi automatic silver handgun. Victor said that he and billie stayed upstairs to smoke weed. The gun in question was actually stolen from bruce. Christopher he said ashanti robbed the gun from his house one. A shanty has stayed there. New year's eve. Bruce said he did not know of the black he stones gang. Even though victor said a member bruce faced a felony charge of being in possession of a firearm and ashanti's trial gang tactics were the main focus point both lawyers us facts about the chain of command in gangs and strategies to prove or the defense attorneys case disprove intent and for the defense attorney to debate available. Evidence ashanti's attorney. Tom erikson argued that the phone trace to ashanti which was found outside of yvonne. Young home was really the phone used by all of the members of the gang on the state stateside assistant. Da grant hubner talked about the horrors of retaliation and that along would cause victor and devon statements. They gave to the police to be contradictory. Victor was asked quote. What is the pace stones punishment for cooperating with police. Victor replied death the assistant. Da went on to insist ashanti. Absolutely shot yvonne with intent to kill and the basement as ron suffocated him with the plastic bag and choked him out with a hefty metal. Chain all the while. Ashanti had yvonne at gunpoint at the end of his statement the assistant. Da said quote a shanty. Mcallister was ready willing and able to assist in the murder of young. That's party to a crime. That's guilty attorney. Erickson debated that there wasn't even evidence of a shanties alleged role in the murder or proof that he had even been in the basement at all. Erickson pointed out discrepancies. And victor and devin stories and went on to name ten differences between their stories in his closing statement. Speaking to the jury attorney erickson ask them to think about how. Victor and devon are ruthless and cut deals for a lesser charge. Telling the jury that could be motivation for them. To deceptively testify attorney erickson also gave an alternate story to what happened in the basement. He said victor was the one who shot yvonne young. The other gang members he said were forced to quote toe. The party line and makeup line is protecting victor because they were afraid for their lives if they want against tim. Da grant hubner replied that there was no dna or fingerprints tying any of the men who were charged to that basement because it had been cleaned with leach. There was nothing at the time to link dna to the gun because they hadn't found it and yvonne's body had not been found either however there were fingerprints on victor's wife's car that belonged to shanty which was used as proof that he was complicit. Ashanti never testified in his own defense. He was convicted of first degree. Intentional homicide when judge wagner told the jury's verdict all shanty could do was rub his face with his hands shake his head ashanti's mother and other members of the family had been watching the trial week and when the verdict was read they were speechless. Da grant hubner was the prosecutor and all of the trials. Ron allen was sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole billy griffin. I had a mistrial and then the judge.
"joseph allen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Alan has earned every certificate she can, including how to make a check Lager. The hardest beers to brew. Maybe. Then no one will question her expertise. Alan and a fellow much ber have worked on a new beer in honor of this movement. It's called Brave Noise. Pale Ale for NPR News. I'm Crystal, a gala in Boston. Mm hmm. Time Now for StoryCorps is Military Voices Initiative on Memorial Day. We remember soldiers who lost their lives while serving their country. But those who died by suicide are often overlooked. Army specialist Robert Joseph Allen took his own life in 2012, when the suicide rate for active duty troops was at its highest ever, with more soldiers dying from suicide than in combat. Alan grew up in a military family and at StoryCorps, his mother, Kathy Sprig, sat down to remember him. He was a happy go Lucky kid when he was in T ball on time. He hit the ball, went to second base and then turned around and said, Mom, I made half of a home run. That was kind of how he looked at life. His cut powerful. He always wanted to be in the military even back then, I mean, we'd pass a convoy and he just go nuts. So when he was 24, he enlisted and then was sent to Iraq for a year and he told me some stories. But he said There's a lot of stories that I can't tell you, Mom. He didn't sleep well, he had nightmares. That twinkle in his eye was gone. He took his life August 2nd 2012. And you know, as a mother when your child's heart is full of joy, your hearts full of joy. And knowing. What a dark place He must have been to do this. It's almost more than I could bear. Since then, I have his two sons that I helped care for. His first son is a and not long ago he asked me how did Daddy die? And I said to him Dad. He died for more. Because he had a very sad heart. You know, And hindsight is 2020. But When he got back from Iraqi got off the plane and I think God and he made it home safe. I didn't realize that he didn't And I feel like he's not looked at as a hero. Because his wounds worked immediate and they weren't physical. And Aside from.
"joseph allen" Discussed on WTOP
"And it's probably already taking place is the discussion about how to classify something as a national special security event because it was pointed out after this was over, and as I mentioned When you look at the group of people that was there, it was everything but a national special security event. The only thing missing was the designation with that kind of classifications comes all of the tools that air there on Inauguration Day State of the Union address, But they were missing that day, even though all of the players were there. That's nobody T O P. S. J. J Green, A memorial honoring the five Capitalgazette workers killed by a gunman in their Annapolis newsroom is getting money from the state. Maryland is contributing $300,000 to the guardians of the First Amendment Memorial. The project's total cost has jumped $200,000 because of unstable soil at the site, but any cost overruns are being paid for by the city and Anna Randall County as promised. The Annapolis memorial is expected to be finished and dedicated June 28th. The three year anniversary of the shooting. There's been 1/4 arrest now linked to an early October shooting in a Gaithersburg hotel parking lot, Gaithersburg, police say Joseph Allen Iverson, Pierre is now charged with assault and firing a gun. Among other things, police say Pierre and the three other suspects were outside when a dispute started they had been inside at a party before the situation changed. 19 and a 21 Year old were hit that night, but they survived. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam signed a law that holds some colleges in the Commonwealth accountable for profiting off slavery. It's called the enslaved ancestors College Access, Scholarship and memorial program. Longwood University, the University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, the Virginia Military Institute and the College of William and Mary will have to create scholarships or community based economic development programs, and they can't use state funds or tuition or fee increases to do so. Guidelines have to be in place no later than next. July. Christopher Cruz w T. O P News former film mogul Harvey Weinstein. Is suing his one time lawyer for breach of contract of breach of contract. Weinstein, who was serving a 23 year sentence for rape and sexual assault once Jose Baez to return $1 million in legal fees, claiming the attorney was preoccupied with other matters and on available while serving on Weinsteins legal team. Weinstein also claims that he was fraudulently billed. No comment yet from that attorney In other news, there's been 1/4 arrest linked to an early October shooting and a Gaithersburg hotel parking lot, Gaithersburg, police say Joseph Allen Iverson, Pierre is now charged with assault and firing a gun. Among other things, police say Pierre and the three other suspects were outside when the dispute started. They had been inside at a party before the situation changed. 19 and 21 Year old were hit that night but survived. Florida's governor signed a new, more restrictive voting measure into long after what he called the most successful Florida election. Ever. Republican Governor Rhonda Santa's pushed for restrictions on mail in ballots, drop boxes, even the handing out of food and water to voters lining up at polling places. I have what we think is the strongest election integrity measures in the country. I'm actually going to sign it right here. It's going to take effect the sand inside the.
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"Convicted of scamming more than 100, elderly people out of $775,000. Prosecutors say he told victims they'd won a lottery or sweepstakes and needed to pay taxes or fees to claim their prize. Along with his prison time. Brown has been ordered to pay back all that money. If you travel on Indian head highway in Maryland, there's a good chance you've seen a new interchange taking shape in a busy intersection. So how's it coming along? Let's go to W piece, Mike Morella The new interchanges Kirby Hill in Livingston, Rhodes is more than 83% of the way done. That's according to Shawn to Felix with the Maryland Department of Transportation. The project began in 2016 and involves a realigning of the intersection and installing an overpass. That's substantially done according to Felix. Noise Walls will also go up before it's over. The roads in that area will also be resurfaced. Felix says. The hope is to have the overpass operating later this year and the project be done before we ring in the new year. Mike Murillo. W T. O P News 1/4 Man has been charged in the October shooting of two men in Gaithersburg. That shooting happened at a hotel party on Russell Avenue. The victim survived. The men were arrested and charged soon afterwards. At least three of them were now Montgomery County, police say. The fourth man, Joseph Allen Iverson. Pierre, also of Gaithersburg, was charged late last month after officers pulled him over for a traffic stop. Officers recovered a loaded gun that was later linked to the shooting. There is concern about a rabid cat in northern Virginia, Fairfax County health managers and false church police. Wanna hear from anyone who might have been attacked by the animal. It's described as a medium sized domestic, long hair, gray and white fur and white fur on the chest and face. The cat was first spotted on Grecian Place in Falls Church Sunday and again on West Jefferson Street Monday when it wounded somebody who Uh, who was able to capture it? Who wasn't able to capture it. In other news, Children's television just wouldn't look the same without Sesame Street and a new documentary called Street Gang explores the show's legacy of inclusion, looking at something that they think they know very well. Ellen Share Crafts and co producer husband Trevor Crafts applaud Jim Henson. Kermit obviously was something that he had developed a long time ago, miss his sort of alter ego, but Oscar actually came out of a.
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"joseph allen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The NYPD has arrested a 47 year old man who they have accused of shoving a 52 year old Asian American woman to the sidewalk in flushing, causing her to black out and require stitches on her head. It's the latest in a string of attacks against Asian Americans nationally and W N. Y c zero in vinegar. Paul says the community remains on edge attacks against Asian Americans shot up in the early days of the pandemic and their violent or humiliating in different ways. One underneath. Don't move Thistles, a new segment from NBC Channel four Last minute video shows a man yelling at an Asian passenger on an end train before spraying the man with the breeze. Now this is just the latest incident in another incident of Filipino American man was slashed across the face one of several recent incidents targeting Asian New Yorkers the alleged assailants come from different racial backgrounds. Chris Quark co authored a recent report from the Asian American Bar Association of New York. Examining the violence, he says it comes at a time when a lot of people are hurting. I think Asians are easy targets. I think people feel like they won't fight back. People feel of the police won't care and maybe agents won't report. The overall number of hate crimes in the city dropped significantly last year, but the NYPD identified a total of 26 crimes motivated by Cove. It Of which 24 were against Asians. The group stop a P I hate surveyed Asian Americans across the country and found that they're more likely to be verbally harassed in New York than elsewhere, more likely to be assaulted. Cough debt or spat upon clock says this is changing behavior, even in neighborhoods where there are lots of Asians, Asian American women moms feel fear when they go to the playground with their Children. When you go to the supermarket when they go to the doctors, you know my wife, you know, won't take the subway anymore because she really fears what might happen. To address this fear. The NYPD has created a task force comprising 25. Asian American detectives who speak a range of language is the person who heads the task force says his own family members are afraid to step outside their homes. Ruin Venugopal w N. Y C news It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noel King, and I'm Steve Inskeep. We next year, an expert who questions the guidelines for reopening schools, the Centers for Disease Control offered those guidelines advice that came out even as the Biden administration pushes for schools to reopen this spring within person learning The CDC says schools can reopen when they have proper mitigation measures, of course, and when the level of community spread of covert goes way down Dr Joseph Allen argues those guidelines are wrong. He is an associate professor and director of the Healthy Buildings program at Harvard University. And he says the level of community spread is often unrelated to the safety of a school. On its surface. Sounds great. Who wouldn't want a good metric of community spread that predicted in school transmission? The reality is these community spread metrics. Don't predict that right. We've seen examples where schools have stayed open and if it effectively opened with very little in school transmission. Even in communities with high community spread. In fact, CDC zone report has shown that we've also seen the opposite. We've seen low community spread core controls in school and cases. So the community spread metric idea sounds great, but the reality is, it doesn't really tell us what's happening in schools. 90% of the schools right now in the U. S. Are in what CDC deems the red Zone. Even schools that have been open with no cases or very little to no transmission in the schools, so essentially reliance on community spread metrics means schools will stay closed, or they won't get back to full in person learning any time soon. It sounds like you're telling me that some schools if they strictly followed these guidelines would actually close schools that are open now. That's right. And that's the problem and to get to the blue zone, which is the best of the four color codes they use essentially comes down to having one case per 100,000 people per day. Now we may never get to them that place. In fact, it's unlike we'll get to it in this fall. I'm sure of it. So if you followed this strictly, that's what it means. Wake up. Call to parents. If school start following this new guidance, strictly Kids are not getting back to full time school. Why is it that the community spread does not match what happens in a given school? We've seen great research, for example, out of Duke University followed almost 100,000 kids with in person instruction and you find very little transmission. In fact, they found zero cases. Of student to teacher transmission so you can have conditions where you have high community spread, but not really doesn't really reflect what's happening in the building. Take what's happening in hospitals, for example. Very high risk environments, right, But we've driven down risk to health care workers since March, Doing what really the basics right strict masking good hand hygiene and the one that they forget to talk about often, But it's true. Hospitals take care of their buildings, good ventilation filtration. So regardless of community spread, highest risk environment and health care setting. We've still driven down risk to adults. We know what it takes to keep people safe indoors. Many of us have presumed that it would be impossible to get kids to follow the proper guidelines to wash their hands to wear their masks to stay 6 ft apart. But you're actually telling me that in a controlled environment, schools can do that, and the real problem has grown ups refused to wear a mask when they go into a store. You know, I think you're right. I've pretty kids of my own, and I kind of laughed early on when people said Well, kids won't be able to do it. The kids do it all the time. And actually, they do when they don't even need to. They'll be up playing by themselves and they grab their masks..
"joseph allen" Discussed on X96
"I've done it because he loved animals. All right, here we go. Shannon Nobles, the granddaughter of a deceased man named Fred Allen McKinney said that around May 31st her family began finding dead animals on her grandfather's grave. Mm. They first believed that it was just a coincidence that perhaps the animals were dying after Eating some fake floral arrangements, but it kept happening. Then they came to believe somebody was putting these dead animals on the grave on purpose. The family got the cemeteries permission to set up game cameras at the headstone. Over the next several months, they recorded a person. Walking up to the grave site, putting a dead animal on the headstone and then walking back to his vehicle, A gray dodge journey. It was a man, but police said it looked like he was trying to conceal his identity because he was wearing AH woman's windbreaker, sunglasses and a woman's wig. Miss Noble said she determined that it was Mr Stroud someone she knew Joseph Allen Stroud, who was trying to disguise his appearance because she recognized the car. That's why, she said. That's that's sprouts Car. He apparently was coming to the cemetery on a regular basis and putting dead animals. On her grandfather's grave. Well, they finally arrested Mr Stroud. There's a whole bunch of stuff that goes along with this, like Stroud, Late wife is buried in the same row. Grave sites. Um, they and they had had a feud with Mr Sprout, but so they finally arrested them and police and they've charged him with desecrating a grave. But They said. Why are you doing this? And he said Well because I don't I don't it to show him the animals were still here. And everything like that. Because you see, I know you loved animals, So I Showed I was showing him that I did it so he could enjoy it. He loved animals. That's why I put Dead animals or there's more to it than that. I'm afraid yeah, but Boehner candidate number three I don't know, because he loved animals. All right. Let's review the first two and vote Boner candidate number one Vaccine chasers. These are people who are trying to crowd in line. Get vaccinations that air. They're going to people with appointments. This happens in l. A. Apparently a lot. Boner. Candidate Number two, The last straw for Cara Dune. Mandalore. Ian star Gina Carano will not be invited back to the show because of Various things she has posted of that are Pretty outrageous and Boehner candidate number three. I don't because he loved animals, all right..
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"joseph allen" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Start seeing the drastic decrease. I believe in February if it holds true that that is the efficacy rate. Of the Fizer vaccine that the study in Israel showed and whether Madonna is modern is just 95 still the same. If those rates are like that you're going to see a draft will be in a complete shirt, Different world covert, wide and mentality wide. Hopefully, just a month from now. Hopefully, we can come back month from now. Is it January 28th? Okay and Reuters reporting yesterday, Johnson and Johnson expects coveted 19 vaccine Gotta next week. And we we knew that we thought it would. It was said that they expected it sometime late January early February. And Reuters reporting yesterday that there, the company said on Tuesday. That it expected to report They're eagerly awaited data on its covert 19 vaccine. Early next week. And that it would be able to meet the delivery target for doses. Two countries. With which it had signed supply agreements now. With the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. It's one dosage. There are not too And so you know, the question is What will the efficacy rate be with this vaccine? You and I had a discussion. I think we've talked about this on and off here. But it's a pretty high standard. 94 95% efficacy rate by the other two. Johnson and Johnson is gonna have to be Pretty close to that mark. You know what? What happens if they come back at a You know, 70% 80% efficacy rate. On Ben. You know, people say, Well, wait a minute. I don't. I don't want what? I don't want to take that that risk that's too big of a risk when the others are available. Again, but I don't We don't know what the numbers are, and hopefully it will be right at that. 95% Mark. So that will be interesting to to see And then, of course, Once they meet that FDA approval here in the states. I don't know what the rollout will be. Ondo. How much you know they'll they'll be rolling out. But it will start fairly quickly, like the other did the other two dip. That is good news. Those air encouraging numbers definitely. Now. We talked about this earlier, but I didn't. I should have added this story, too, when we talked about it earlier that they knew The new narrative from the left is should we be worrying two or three masks? In a pitch to get Americans to wear more effective masks or double up on masks. One Harvard professor is urging people to really go all out with wearing multiple layer face coverings. Even if you're outside jogging, and you're alone with no one around Mm. America's currently seen a surgeon calls by health experts to double up on masks. If one mask is good, then two would even be better. And according to the thinking In fact of two is good. Why not? Three as CNBC actually asked this week. With each layer. Science says the effectiveness grows, according to CNBC, doubling up increases the efficacy from 55 to 70% tripling up increases it to 90%. That still falls short of the N 95 masks, which having ethics efficacy rate of 95% well, then put on formats for five masks. Not bad for the Washington Post on Tuesday, Joseph Allen, a Harvard University associate professor. Urged all Americans to adjust their thinking, Hmm. Hey, urge all Americans to use the N 95. Even though there's been a shortage of those masks for which the professor blames the U. S government. Mm mm. But if you those options aren't available than double up The surgical mask and ah cloth mask. Then he had a warning for people who are outdoors. Don't skip on multiple layer face coverings just because you're outside. In fact, even if you're on out for a jog with no one around You should wear or two or three layer cloth mask. Well, he's an idiot. Wide two or three again as you said, Why, Why? Two or three? Why stop in five? Why I like Eric, I think came up because Eric cares more than anybody else where the station cares. Yeah, Yeah, Well, of course. You care If you're on the station, it cares. Yes, on Eric has suggested mummification. Yes. Would be most effective head wrap. Whole head wrap. Mandated. I mean, My solution is clearly more effective than theirs. Don't I'm not even a duct tape. Yeah. I'm not even a rocket surgeon. I mean, seriously that well, because that's it. You know your earlier you talked about the shaming of the The person that wearing the three master was shaming. The person was only wearing two. Now the Babylon be had that and then the next day is when all this came out the CNBC story and they went My God are fake news is becoming real it actually. Yeah. Yeah, And so that's you know, I'll just shame these scientists going No. Nothing short of double digits. 10 minimum. Oh, I gotta walk back to the car. I forgot my other nine masked by the way, we're going to talk about the minimum wage because 15. If it doesn't do any harm. That's what I've been seen. Then maybe 30 make it 500. You know if there is no impact on the minimum wage, Let's go big on everything. Exactly If you're gonna have to wear 10 masks at a time. 500 an hour. Are you listening employer of ours? Uh, yes. Yeah. We're only trying to care. Let me check to see if that would be a race for us trying to trying to care. Oh, definitely would be But here's the Here's the Our company is advocating $500 an hour Yeah. $1 million. Gary. You're going to be fired for cause on that one? Yeah. Gary Cole. Yeah. Uh, we need to talk. You're gonna have to work weekends? Yeah. Wow. Well, no, I mean $15 an hour. And that's so 2009 I never It's 15 Day. Come on. I gotta work the whole hour for that 15 bucks. The whole hour. No..
"joseph allen" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Sister. You sure you wouldn't want to go see these guys? Denise know for sure. Number one. How many times have you seen them? Oh, I don't know. Maybe seven. All right, that's almost like 15. No, but in my you like, half your age, So I'm saying it's almost like 15. Yeah, but what if what if the the Concert culture has changed forever, though. Oh, yeah, well, there's that there was some talking article I read that there, you might have to show proof of vaccination. My question. Is this that if you get a vaccine How How long is it good for is a good like forever is a good for a years ago for six months, So we are told that far Yeah, but I mean, just like, you know, there's this other very now, they say is like 30% more deadly. Just like I don't know what to believe anymore. There was one variant that they're saying that that is going against the vaccine. See what I would want to do is this Let's just cut to the chase do this way like whatever they're concocting of this disease and everything. Just do the one that assumes you get it. You just like disintegrate right there on the spot. This way. We know that is the deadly wanted. That's what we gotta work with. All right. The ones Percy systematic. You don't know if you have it, but you could pass on to someone else. That's hogwash. I don't want to know that one. I want to know the one. As soon as I shake your hand, all of a sudden I disintegrate or major body parts, and I enjoy it that I have fall off. Okay, That's the real killer virus. Let's just go with that one. Then let's find the vaccine for that and make it to where it's good. Didn't perfect to it. Yeah. It's all too much. I know we were talking about me being sick earlier, but I didn't mention my sister who's home from home. I contracted it, which when she was asymptomatic. She actually was in the hospital for four days last week. Oh, yeah. She's doing better symptomatic and then got the symptoms. Yeah. So she was asymptomatic when I saw her, And then the following day started feeling like she was getting a cold, okay? And then got diagnosed two days after that, Which is when I started having symptoms. So that was like. So what does that put her in the hospital. Well, they honestly don't know yet not to like reveal too much of her medical information, but she was basically having terrible abdominal pain and violently vomiting. Violently like issues is the worst day of her life, she says. So If you thought maybe she was having like, a Goldwater attack or her appendix or something like that. Um, but they weren't able to determine any of that. And she spent four days in the hospital. The only thing they were really treating her for was the Lucas of psychosis like the throne, throwing off the white blood cells and neutrophils and everything from Cove. It So I was like for a while. I was like Jerry Seinfeld in the Seinfeld show to where I didn't throw up for a long time, and I went like I mean, literally, like I think was like nine years between so yeah. Cast on your stomach. And then one day I got the flu. It was the year I got the twice within three months after getting a flu shot. Does that really work? But the fact that when you throw up you're using muscles that you Yeah. Oh, yeah, It's not so much. You think it's bad that day and just everything coming up in here? So a terrible thing that happened. Me because I am so violent about it is that I break the capital areas in my face, And so it used to only be like I would get like, you know, broken Kapler's around my eyes. But the last time that I had to vomit my entire face was bruised. Not good, Forceful. Somebody out there is eating lunch is we're talking about right. So remember one morning. You guys look like the Exorcist got their calendar was playing. Galvin was in the studio and they were playing the throw up Sounds. Oh, yeah. It was just like one where they were over doing it. I was just I had to turn it off because I'm drinking coffee. Need breakfast? You feel that way? Way? It's just terrible. Only God I like when Brad does the drunk substitute the trunks. Yeah, I like that. So, Denise? Yes. Roll some pieces. Oh, sure. Um, a big cat, not rescue Tiger King Joe Exotic lashed out at former President Donald Trump after being passed over for a pardon on Wednesday, claiming he was denied for being too gay for the president. Exotic one of those words coming from him. This is a quote from him, not Donald Trump. No, no, no, no. So he said he's claiming that he was denied a pardon for being too gay for the president. Exotic real name Joseph Allen Muldano Passage released the statement on his Twitter. Out Wednesday afternoon, seething at Trump for refusing to commute his sentence and a murder for hire plot against his archrival, Carole Baskin. I was too innocent and too gay to deserve a pardon from Trump. I only mattered to Don Jr when he needed to make a comment about me to boost his social media post. The post from exotics account reeds. Yeah. Boy where we all less stupid to believe he actually stood for equal justice is corrupt Friends all come first. It continued. Exotic has served a year of his more than 20 years sentence for attempting to hire a hitman to rub out bask in his supporters were so confident that this is what I was watching unfold. On Wednesday. His supporters were so inauguration. You're worried about your exile? No, I mean on Tuesday that he was to be included in the trumps list of pardons and commutations that they rented a limousine. I was watching like aerial footage of this To pick him up from prison on Wednesday. Yeah, quote. We're confident if we already have a limousine parked about half a mile from the prison where really an action mode. Ready to go, said his supporter, Eric Love. They also pre recorded a thank you video to send to Trump his exotic was pardon to get a kid up and ready to go. Love stated As soon as we get the word we're going to execute that video to the White House and thank them. Oh, my God. First of all, why did you think you would get pardoned? Because you were entertaining. You slaughtered innocent animals and and set up a murder for hire plot. Do you deserve to be out of prison? You know, Joe, exotic is it is an exotic tried, you know, he wasn't good enough. I instead Uh, could act black. I think. All right, A little woozy getting off them. Uh, we've always been very Yeah. Like myself. Impersonation by trying to do the cave 150 about 100 143. Yeah, either community pardon onto 143. Why don't you ever back in the days when you have pages? You would send your boyfriend girlfriend 143. What does that mean? You? Oh, I get it. No, I wouldn't like a little old was a way of Donald Trump was trying to tell America he loves us. I thought it was you. I thought it was. I love Q three. There could be. I hate you, too. If they think it's some sort of Morse code for you love also for lunch..
The Mcstay Family Murder: Setting the Scene
"The mcstay family had recently moved into their new house on on a nice cul de sac in fallbrook California Nets. At the time they disappeared. They had relocated from a beachside apartment in San Clemente. Joey and summer next day had been making plans working on home renovations when they stopped responding to texts and phone calls on February Fourth Twenty ten Joseph was forty he owned and operated earth inspired products misses a business at designed installed water fountains. It had been. Joey's dream to be self employed Loyd in order for him to spend as much time as possible with his sons Johnny h four and Joseph Junior h three. Joey's summer was a licensed assist real estate agent. She taken some time off in order to be a stay at home mother. Yeah and to work on the house. 'cause there was a lot of work to be done there. They big cleanser this house. Stay Dead Joey and summer had each been married once before when they met and according to friends they fell in love quickly and they were just crazy about each other and quite happy. So let's go into summer. Joey's history is a bit just to get a better understanding of who they were as people and who they were as a couple before this all happened. So Joey's birth name was Joseph Allen Ashley. His Mother Susan married his biological logical father. Robert Lee right out of high school but the marriage just didn't last very long at all. Susan then met Patrick mcstay. Nineteen in seventy one and Patrick was quite happy to take over his. Joey's father he and Susan married in nineteen seventy two. They were married and and Patrick adopted Joey with Robert. Ashley's permission which I found pretty interesting and with this adoption Joe. His name was legally changed to Joseph. Brian mcstay then in nineteen seventy-three. Joey's brother Michael was born. And Joey was a doting big brother. Who really love to help out with Michael's care but unfortunately Patrick and citizens marriage didn't last long either and they divorced in nineteen seventy five and and they would continue to have some back and forth issues over the years? Although Susan remarried and maintained custody of Joey and Michael the two boys did continue to spend in time with their father Patrick and for a while in his teens joey went to live with his dad in Dallas Texas. So according to Patrick the father he was is very close with Joey. A very good relationship is consistent adopted kid right right Berkeley her very good relationship. Well I mean. He came in pretty early in. Joey's life so there wasn't a lot of you know arguing back and forth about anything not a lot of that. You're not my real father stuff through now. Joey met his first wife Heather in nineteen ninety and they got married in nineteen ninety two in nineteen ninety six. They had a son now. Al Joanne Heather lift in San Clemente near the beach. Had his father's pretty wealthy Yona jewelry store in Laguna beach but he really likes Joey and he helped give his daughter just an absolutely beautiful wedding and before he met and married Heather Joe. It had several jobs he worked as a waiter and bartender. He also started his own small business designing and selling products now later. He began designing small waterfalls and fountains in his garage. He borrowed a little bit of money from his father opened a shop which he called Naturally Dana Point and by late nineteen ninety six was quite successful. He had made over two hundred thousand dollars in sales then he brought his brother Michael and open naturally DP fountains with the least warehouse for the production. So he's starting to move up a little bit here. Yes very hard worker very motivated. But Heather enjoys marriage. Rich fell apart and he found out that heather was having an affair and she had become pregnant by her lover but still he kind of blamed himself at least in part are because he'd been working a lot so he wasn't spending much time with her. He tried to work things out even told heather that he would happily raise the new baby as his own But it was too late. Heather was already in love with this other guy and she decided on a divorce but apparently this was devastating to joey. He was still in love with heather so he was pretty heartbroken and depressed any moved in with his mom and according to her he went through months and months of depression. He and his brother Michael continued to run the fountain business though and eventually they got together with a computer expert named Dan. Kavanagh Dan and help them build a website so they could begin doing their business as earth inspired products online so people could go online and order fountains so this is really opened up things for them then. Joey did meet summer. That was in two thousand four. They were introduced by. Joey's friend who was named macgyver. So I don't remember. He had enough his parents liked the TV show. It's a strange name choices in it or yeah so summer was just breaking up with her longtime boyfriend. Vic and Joey and summer's relationship moved fast but she was worried about how vic was going to react to her being with someone a new so soon she didn't own a house with vic and had to go through the legalities of getting her name off of the property in the mortgage and getting some money out of that so summer was a bit eccentric and she had been known by more than one name so this would end up causing a lot of speculation after the family's family's disappearance like what was going on with her. She was born Virginia Lisa Aranda and had also been known as SUMMER MARTELLI SUMMER ARANDA RANDOM MARTELLI LISA Aranda and Lisa Martelli Summers mom raised her and her two siblings on her own as a single mom in both California and Chicago and according to summer's mother Martelli was the surname of Summers Stepdad. Now another thing that summer did that would lead some people to question things was that she was also known to have taken some years off her age when speaking to people. But there's no evidence that she used this new birth date on any legal documents family members including her sister. Heavens suggested that her name changes were just her own preference and it wasn't anything anything to avoid any legal entanglements. She was just the kind of person who wanted to make up her own name. She went to live in California and be named summer and she did did. She did it so summer gave birth to Joey's first son Johnny in two thousand five and in less than two years later Joseph Junior was born a summer had an aversion to hospitals and both boys were delivered at home shortly after Joseph. Juniors born Joe in summer got married and this is a small ceremony in Orange County. The summer side of the family didn't attend. She didn't seem very close to family. And this worry. Joey's mother so the night before the wedding summer had called her family s and not to come to the wedding and stole his mom. Susan was never quite sure awesome redundant no but it seems like. Joey knew why he wasn't questioning it. So you know there were issues but what family doesn't have issues really. Were your those issues. His issues right and these were a little extraordinary. I guess but who knows what was going on and it was a small second marriage. So maybe it wasn't a big deal. Having family. There is a bigger deal to some people than others where I would put that as a priority. I'd like they're where my family at my wedding. Of course right. Yeah but not all. My family came to my wedding. We'll important one stood. Oh okay well. According to a lot of people though summer was very jealous of Joe his first wife Joey and heather shared custody of their son Jona. Joey's friends friends and family said that summer was very caring Jona even though she wasn't always thrilled with heather. Summer did complained to her sister. Tracy that heather would barge barge into their house regularly. You know even walking in when Joey's in the shower kind of weird and she would drop off Jona without calling ahead and just kind of expect. Expect summer to Babysit so summer was trying to get along and she put up with it at first but eventually she told Joey that she was going to have to break up and leave if he didn't set some boundaries with the ex wife now to me that seems totally reasonable for those to me too yeah. I'm not just a working or drop off daycare right. No Yeah and you're not married to him anymore. So what are you walking into the House for is if you live here. Durham my house. Yeah Komo Yard. That's right so I totally get that. I mean it's territorial thing if nothing else plus. It's disrespectful very disrespectful. To summer summer and to summer and Joey's relationship maybe not the best thing for Jona to see either possibly not
Study: High school friendships have long-lasting effects on your mental health
"Doug cope the type of friendships kids cultivate in high school could have a lasting effect on their mental health into young adulthood rachel north university virginia let us study of one hundred sixty nine adolescence over ten years she says close friendships at age fifteen could mean down the road at age twenty five less anxiety and depression and more self worth fourteen fifteen sixteen that time period friendships are starting to be their primary sources of support and intimacy and closeness meantime kids who ran with a popular crowd and had more casual friendships experienced an uptick in anxiety in young adulthood being more popular did not predict any of those long term positive outcomes but did predict slightly higher social anxiety at age twenty five meantime study co author joseph allen at the university of virginia says being well liked dht by a large group of people cannot take the place of forging deep supportive friendships these experiences he says stay with us over and above what happens later study participants were assessed annually answering questions about who they're closest friends were reporting on their friendships and participating and interviews and assessments exploring their feelings with his parents report i'm doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time eight twenty seven we'll have the latest on the us led attack in syria that straight ahead with tina gow sheri small wbz newsradio springtime window grunts what springtime window grunts happened this time of year means it's beautiful out is i wanna air out the house but i can't get this dang window on the back bedroom to open springtime window grunts old windows closed all winter jammed up and out of whack well you ought to call right window that's us look at this it's radio.