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"kuby" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:26 min | 9 months ago

"kuby" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Doing morning talk radio at W. ABC with my radio partner, Ron Kuby at that time, who, ironically had represented four of the indicted terrorists in the first world. Wow, 1992 And also Sheik Omar Abdel. Come on. Remember the blind eye Santa Claus hat wearing Imam of hate, who is the inspiration for the attack right? Subsequently, the following attacked by Al Qaeda, So he was remaining very quiet when that first plane plunged into the first tower. I thought it was an act of terrorism because I had recently been with a fire Department house in Hunch point in the Bronx, where they actually preparing had a manual. They were training for a second attack on the World Trade Center and what they would do above the 40th floor, which makes it even more perilous for the firefighters, So they were already thinking along those lines. So I'm figuring Wait a second plane number one hits the tower. Ron Kuby. My partner is quiet and taking the code of America Who knows these terrorists like the back of his hand. So I announced it's an act of terrorism. And my program Director Phil Bullshit. The time came in intervening Shit. You say that again. Courtesy. I'm gonna have to pull you off the air. And a little after nine. We saw the second plane. Obviously an airline and not a small plane crashed into the second tower, and within minutes it just imploded and just came down straight down something we never thought we would ever see on the big 72 inch screen in the radio studio. And then if you remember Joe, all the TV towers went down. As a result, there was no television coverage so people would dependent on radio the spoken word, which the only way they could get any news or information about what would happen. Remember, Bridges were closed. Tunnels were closed. Highways were closed when no escape grounds. People are stuck with you where they were working unless you were willing to walk home, and nobody had emerged to tell us what was going on. We didn't know where Bush had gone from that school in Florida. We didn't know where Cheney was. Rudy Giuliani had barely survived. He was right next to the World Trade Center, and in fact barricaded into a building way He and Bernie Kerik, his police commissioner, could have died. Luckily, they extricated themselves and then slowly edge as Rudy took to the microphones as if he were the substitute president. He had a coming effect. He gave us information he let us know it was bad. But that we would recover. That was Rudy Giuliani's finest moment. I was on the air until five o'clock that night straight through from five in the morning. And that was ironically, the debut of the Sean Hannity nationally syndicated talk radio program from W. A. B. C. He couldn't be in the studios as I was in the heart in the in the middle of New York City. He had to do the program from Long Island, and then I immediately went down to the pit, which had turned into the world's largest crematorium pictures and Video will never do justice to what I and others short down in the pit. The burning fires, the smoke the piles of debris, men and women like ants going in and now trying to extricate life getting stuck themselves and other men and women having to go in and pull them out because they couldn't use any hydraulic equipment. They couldn't use jackhammers because they were fearful than any vibrations that they would create might cause other buildings in the nearby area to implode, So it's very primitive. What was happening, But the men and women they showed no fear. They fear not. And they plunged right into that smoking fire. I can't even imagine because you're right. I was a T V news anchor Lansing, Michigan when it happened and heard the story. I wasn't like you. I thought to myself as a drunk guy. Somebody had a heart attack. It was a twin engine plane. No way. It was a big airliner. And then we see the second plane coming and we obviously knew what was going on. Just a small personal note. Fill boys gave me my first shot of W A. B C in 2000 and two I filled in from Malzberg. I think on a Saturday And he was a really good guy. He is the reason why I went from TV news to talk radio. You should make a decision. You're one of the other. You're not both. And yes, Sean just started his national show. I didn't know he couldn't get to to Penn Station that day. I thought that he still went in and finding out that he was on Long Island. That makes sense. How could you possibly get into the city? So what did you do? What did you You were right there at Madison Square Garden. You were right there at Penn Station. What do you do from Mayor? You get off the air at five o'clock and go right to the whole like you said right to where the attack happened. Subways may not running. No mass transit was running. The whole island of Manhattan was barricaded off. You couldn't get in or out, so I immediately just headed down towards the pit. Later on. It was met by some guardian angels and starting in the wee hours of the morning when the men and women needed relief because they had formed these bucket brigades as they were bringing debris out. Still looking for any any sort of hope that life still existed. We took over their positions so they could get a few hours to sleep. They could shall we get something to eat and then come back into the pick and remember at that time? The world's largest crematorium. You smell death everywhere can imagine, And you realize that people had been smashed to smithereens. They were looking for dust. Not so much body parts dust where they could be covering a DNA sample and bring closer to families who just wanted to know where their loved one was. Curtis Leo are running for New York City Mayor. I hope you win sleep before and white dot com c F o R and y dot C..

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US Drone Strike Kills ISIS-K Planner One Day After Kabul Airport Attack

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:23 min | 9 months ago

US Drone Strike Kills ISIS-K Planner One Day After Kabul Airport Attack

"Pentagon tonight revealed a drone strike has been carried out against the suspected isis k. Planner our pentagon correspondent courtney. Kuby has been following the latest developments. She joins us on the phone right. Now courtney thank you so much. What do we know about how this attack was carried out. So this was a stroke. A strike from a us drone a reaper. It was carried out in nangarhar province which is eastern afghanistan. it's it's east of kabul and along the border with pakistan and it occurred as an individual who is believed according to the us us defense officials believed to have been involved in planning for future attacks. He was driving in a vehicle with an associated an associate they were in an isolated area. According to the official. I spoke with and The strike was carried out in a manner of it was intended to minimize any civilian casualties. Because they weren't an isolated area the department offense and us central command. Do not believe there were any civilian casualties tracking any so again. It's important to point out. this was a strike against isis chorus. On this was the first counter-terror strike that the us has taken that. We know about in afghanistan in some time the last one eight acknowledged was actually in february twenty twenty This strike clearly fiat indirect retaliation for the attack on kabul airport. Yesterday

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"kuby" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

07:31 min | 9 months ago

"kuby" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"As the pentagon said today they were able to get more people out of kabul than any previous day fifty seven hundred people out in one day today for one eight hour stretch today. No planes took off from kabul at all While that was worrying defense department later explained that it actually wasn't a problem on the ground at least on the runway kabul. It was actually an issue on the ground where those flights were going. Most of the evac flights have been ferrying people out about ghanistan to cutter. That's where the state department's been processing visa holders visa applicants even american citizens before they're flown on to the united states or to some other temporary destination but today apparently the site at cut our they've been flying to was full up. The defense department said they're landing site in cutter was at capacity and so all the flights out of kabul were paused until they could start sending planes to a different destination to make more room for the next incoming groups. The defense department said today they are setting up additional locations for these flights out of kabul to head to another allied nation in the region will will be next after cutter has done. Its part for these few days. They're hoping this kind of backlog doesn't happen again. The flights out of kabul did resume after that eight hour. Pause and as i mentioned president biden did announced today that fifty seven hundred people were successfully evacuated from afghanistan in one day. Today those kinds of numbers close to the five to nine thousand capacity that the pentagon said at the beginning of the week was the physical capacity for this airlift operation at least in the most basic terms of the number of people. They're able to fly out every day. It seems like maybe today was a mark toward heading that stride joining us now is. Nbc pentagon correspondent. Courtney kuby courtney. I know this has been an incredibly long and intense week for you. Thank you so much for being here. Sure thanks for having me. It feels like that fifty seven hundred number is a much better number than we have been seeing. Is that getting close to what the defense department wants to be doing on a daily basis now until they have cleared all the people they want to clear yes and they actually if they were operating at their full capacity that they have the ability to do they could get nine thousand out a day. I mean what. What's what's difficult here is the numbers. They're just confusing. They always are in these cases. And and how do you measure the twenty four hours. So what we know is they had really ramped up the evacuations up until late yesterday and that was when there became this capacity issue at the next place where they were taking these evacuees namely in doha in qatar. They were able to get thousands of people out throughout the course of this week. But you take them someplace to take several days in many cases for them to process and then move onto another another location and so they got a backlog they could only care for so many people and they're not gonna take these refugees many of them carrying a backpack and nothing else. They're not going to take them and not provide food water shelter sanitation for them. So that's what we saw today and basically it led to what was really a scramble. A diplomatic scramble to find other locations where they could send some of these these people and this is both afghans americans. there's some other third country nationals some other nato allies and there was a long stretch of time today somewhere between six and eight hours where there were no flights and i should point out that when they first flight went out then there was another lag of several more hours before another flight so there really was a slowdown but defense department. Officials feel pretty confident that they're going to be able to now that they've identified several other locations including germany that they're going to be able to get the flights coming and going back towards the page where they were. And courtney in terms of the dangerous conditions outside at the kabul airport not the gates in the walls of the airport there was interesting reporting somewhat contested by the pentagon. It seemed this evening that there have been at least a limited number of helicopter airlifts within kabul and according to the ap even beyond kabul where various government agencies both military and intelligence agencies have been able to pick up people and ferry them by helicopter safely into the kabul airport where they could on board two flights and get out. now as i mentioned. It's a little bit contested. It seems like there's no no no no on the record agreement as to what exactly is the extent of this but is it your sense that this is actually a resource. That's being employed to get people over the wall and through the gate and we heard from president biden for the first time today. This was a possibility after asking this question all week and being told well in at one point. General secretary austin seemed to indicate that the us didn't have the capacity. Well the reality is the military has the capacity to do this but for the first time we heard today about a some. Us military chin chinook helicopters that went and picked up one hundred and sixty nine americans and brought them back into kabul airport. Chinooks are a people mover they can carry it upwards of thirty people at depends how they're configured on the inside but what's interesting about. This is our viewers may not really be really familiar with airport but there is a hotel. That's literally maybe one hundred. Maybe two hundred meters away from the one of the gates called the gate. It's the barron hotel. They were able to pick these individuals up from there and literally hop them. I mean it's a very short hop via helicopter into kabul airport. And the reason being there i guess these individuals had all melted the baron and they were going to get some sort of access into the abbey gate but in the interim before they were able to get to the gate. Large crowd of people afghans. They're not. It's not really clear who it was but i guess there was some potential danger for them to walk that distance and so the military came in and said helicopters. Why this is significant is because is this a harbinger of what could becoming. Is it possible that the us military may decide to start picking up other people at this point. It doesn't seem so it seems like this really is was a case where they were very close to the airport. It was relatively easy landing zone. It was a safe and quick flight. But it's it opens up the possibility combined with that president biden today said that they were going to get every american out and he opened up the door to picking people who may not be able to get to the airport on their own. Courtney kuby nbc's pentagon correspondent who has been up approximately forty hours per day for the past seven days. Coordinate thank you so much for being here with us tonight. i appreciate your reporting. It's been fantastic. Thank you thank you. Thank you very much all right. More news ahead stay with us. Hey it's chris. As this week on my podcast wise is happening. I'll be talking with author journalist and anti corruption activists sarah cheese about her time in afghanistan. And what went wrong. There is the abuse of power for personal gain. But when it's really dangerous it's not just one venal guy with his hand in the cookie jar. That's not the problem. The problem of the government officials who engage in corruption is day steer public funds to themselves and their cronies. But i think even more importantly de nature the function of government because serve in perpetuity. They're cronies than themselves at this week. I'm wise is happening. Search for wise is happening wherever you're listening right now.

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"kuby" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

04:47 min | 10 months ago

"kuby" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"Because i need a couple more packs of cigarettes. I just competent. You guys say not believe how hard my head is. Pounding fucking guy tried this before he did it arena. Hyper-extended strike over the rough terrain. Absolutely eats it cuts off to mention broken toe for sure. The later pass from brain. Guess his neck was rather than anyone. This guy's in neckbrace head touches is good. You got a bunch of free six. Go back warm glass apple cider. To occur really fucked up. Beat up these people for the rest of attorney shit man. That was good. Good next ship. Simple for you guys hang. Says there's real back okay just like you have the right to be mad at me. 'cause i said i'm not to get the vaccine to just like you have the right to be mad. I have the right to not get that shit. I wanted to but my immune system said it's good okay. It doesn't need to be tampered with a good. Okay let's be real ninety nine percent you. Mother fuckers wouldn't use a shampoo that's not. Fda approved some experimental government injection. Okay there's evidence for ufo's being real shin. That vaccine being healthy for you at the aliens are out there. But if you ought to come get me. Let's get outta here or vaccine papers. Man chad hanks right now is entering his golden age of acting because that was unbelievable. What happened to the jamaican accent. Oh he's obviously evolved. You don't get to be a great actor by keep doing the same bid over. No that's chart growing through has evolved and grown. He saw there was a small group. People biz off by doing jamaican accent. Then he realize what. Can i do to piss off everybody. Every body we need and i cannot stress this. We need chad. Hanks the march ler. This ma'am one on ready. Verse the rude boy. Ab ap verse rally. I can imagine the promo or my god. We're talking about like versus battle boy summer. Yeah verse stink. Good children chad being able to like. Yeah actually that's a really good point. I can seat. I mean you've changed my state you just breaking the table and kuby beat breaks. I just checked. It is the fucking sweet man. Give me another man. Wanna one episode. Made it love. It wanted next. Hey i think we're done. That was a big folder. Who made miss you right to work. I just read this youtube done but we have to play that one banger That midst never heard by rob thomas. Oh yeah oh yeah. Play point that shit which album is on just type smooth. It will pop. Okay okay cool. Which album is it. It was a streetcar symphony. Open your ears listening. Thank you subscribe to youtube. Dot com size to pod. How george lopez ons next week eight experts won't be here he's dead..

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"kuby" Discussed on Sidenote

Sidenote

06:25 min | 11 months ago

"kuby" Discussed on Sidenote

"Observations there. There's always an exception science. There's always an exception. So pangolins pangolins man because pangolins are mammals their body scales but their they are not you might think they look like they could be a little bit like damn dinosaur energy for sure there on the dinosaur wavelength my brain but they're not like crocodiles have dinosaur energy as well like gators and stuff feel and then guess. They've been around a long time right that things ample crocodiles reptiles like crocodiles predate diagnose. And but if you think about them like their legs are to the side of the body which is not as efficient way to move on land. Yeah they're like floppy ass like we're when they're on land on my girl not where you should be because it makes sense. If you're in water you can push inside. It's very weird thing and that. That's why i always argue that. Like dinosaurs have their lakes right under them and they're the first major group of animals that completed in life and water and live only on land. And if you're on land in your legs right unto you like us move a lot faster more efficiently. That's one of the reasons you've talked about before. How or there's been like what's the perfectly evolved human and they talk about. How like feudalism in like an ostrich or an emu would be a more efficient leg for humans because it's like designed without like an ankle that's going to roll him break. Literally designed from the get go to be standing upright. Yeah like our feeder designed like in some ways to like hold onto a branch fully. Thaw can like every time i run. I'm like i'm in pain. I'm curious to you. Did your interest go past learning about and sharing about like. Have you ever wanted or have you ever. Maybe i don't know this about you. Like been into actually like looking at dinosaur bones and like being out in the field taller. Gee if you so. I've been on a couple of days and it's incredible like most of my background is in science. Education museums taught in classrooms. Well so like. I'm not an actual phd palaeontologist on the field. That being said i've gone on digs because an amazing experience. But also you have to be so patient like i try to be as patient normal life. Where's the bowel some. I have some level of adhd. I'm sure so. Like i have all the respect in the world for the people that can be out on their hands in the knees in the hot dirt for hours meticulously slowly. Chipping away waiting for that one. Big fine like it's a great thing to go and do and experience and help out for week and if you're listening to and you want to every not every but like so. Many museums and universities are looking for volunteers every summer to come and help desk and a little bit of this desk we need some more health dustin so funny i would want. I would want someone to be like okay. We know about under their come gatling. I'll drive there. You just want the reveal the final also the queen. I was just i for sure. Would like moma's looking at craft. The puck and shovel and just start shoveling. And i'm like crack right through the most important femur like your thoughts such a funny thing. I totally never thought about how much i actually never thought of that. Either and i. But i do think about the first people who discovered dinosaur bones and i think i've read that they thought they were whale bones at first because they just couldn't have imagined that there be a cred- like you know what i mean. Think of being the first paleontologist or human to just be digging up bones and being like what. The hell is john thing. Fake like clearly. This is real yeah. I've never heard the whales before that makes sense. I've heard dragons and like famines like there used to be a giant race of humans but also the funny thing is like the first people that were finding those this was right about around and even before we even like collectively believed extinction was a thing that could happen right. it wasn't like kuby was like eighteen. Oh three or so that. Like people started like. Oh yeah things that things that have been such a good point and then you find these things and there's no for like a please easiest sore like marine like loch ness monster looking guy. There's no modern animal that you can even really compare that to and so twenty to think about like palaeontology as a very young science like we knew an astronomy math and biology per like literally thousands of years humans paleontology and so dinosaurs. I know like two hundred years old tops. That's ironic ironic. They're like those such that brings me to a question like do you like i like. I'm so scared of dying tank but like and then meaninglessness of everything. But it's like. Do you not find like i think part of the reason why i don't love dinosaurs. Is i like birds. Because they're here right now and it. You connect to like what we're and do you have a hard time like being like. Oh i'm just learning about you know like six five point five million years ago when everything was wiped out like i'm thinking about like these burner hertzog motivational posters with like a dinosaur on it. And it's like my existence reminds you time to sleeting like is that like you know what i mean. You're you're learning and you're upset about these things that went extinct these things that ruled the planet and asteroid most likely like i think that is you're right the most wiped them out. This impermanent like does that ever seep in to like or are you just like no. It's all the time. And i'm able to just like enjoy these things that are gone so it's funny because i haven't really conceptualize it as in permanence like the fact that they're not here to me is one of the reasons why dinosaurs are so intriguing. Because like i've said there gateway disci- went whatnot but like you. You can be you guys. You can be like a six year. Old has read some books or you can be something like eighty his phd studying with forever but like ultimate end of the day again. There's not t. Rex walking down the street. So like your ideas and conceptions about what they look like again how they could have moved what they ate their colors how they took care of. The young can be just as bad or accurate if somebody's been studying forever and that way it's like a great equaliser like we do..

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"kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Kuby, the civil rights attorney, famous Marxist kami, one of my favorite fellow travelers, Scooby Dooby Doo. How are you from? Good Morning, Michael. When you say I'm one of your favorite fellow travelers, what other fellow travelers do, you know? Well, listen, I'm a Republican released favorite right? Because you only know one Taking almost every throws something the whole class gets the most improved award. Listen, I'm a Republican, but I got a lot of friends on the left. And, you know, I'm not one of these guys who hates people who disagree with me. And that's why I love you. So anyway, my favorite My favorite kami. Ron Kuby is with us. Hey, Ron, just to be serious. A little bit here, let and I really are at the end of our tether on these mass shootings out San Jose. Nine people were gunned down and what do we do? I mean, we got the second Amendment people have a right to guns. I know there are mental health issues, but You can't just have a society where everyone who has an emotional or mental problem. We monitor all the time. How do we stop these mass shootings? Well, the answer is is easy enough As a solution. Implementing it is virtually impossible. We have too many guns in the hands of too many people. And the guy yesterday was a perfect example. He Wasat, a decent, law abiding, hardworking gun owner. And he was that right up until yesterday morning when he decided to kill everybody in his former place of employment. On Unless we get serious in this country about limiting high capacity high rate of fire, firearms, military grade weapons, combat style weapons until we get serious about Preventing civilians from owning those which which you don't need for legitimate self defense. Then we're going to continue to have these on on a regular basis. And I gotta tell you if, if 20 kidney gardeners in Sandy Hook and six teachers if that didn't do it What's nine people with a maintenance station in San Jose? I mean, maybe it'll take 20 kindergartners and a puppy. Right. Maybe the puppy will be the turning point. I don't know. But America, Ron, I guess about this. I happen to agree with most of what you say. I really I really do. We could go on and on him with this, But one of the reasons we wanted to bring you on this show was well Remember Central Park..

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Sadharan Baatein

45:08 min | 1 year ago

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"kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Do you agree with Do you agree with the premise of this of this article that we should be more like Europe, which does ban certain kinds of speech? I mean, are you in favor of saying if if what you're saying is factually incorrect. You must be censored. Do you believe that? I got Michael here so aggressive in your pants and come back. I mean, look, I do think freedom of speech as it is properly understood in the American legal system, which is somewhat different from the way your audience understands it. Uh, but I do think the First Amendment protections that we have in this country. They are indeed dangerous. There is no question about that, and they were designed to be dangerous. You know, speech has the power to change minds to radicalize people to change governments to to, you know, in some cases have revolutions. It's not protected because it's it's benign or innocuous. It's protected precisely because of its power. So So the short answer is no, Michael. I don't agree. I believe in a vigorous First Amendment. Hey, Ron them around with long crew B, but I know you said I was gonna go all PC and start to say something terrible what they're doing and see things and let me ask you, Ronnie. Ron Kuby, who's going off on a rant here, eh? So when the president says that Joe Biden is a criminal and that you guys in the media you're criminals, too for not reporting that That's all good. You're fine. No, no, I mean and ensures. Here's a common misunderstanding. The First Amendment protects you against Action by the government that interferes with your speech or or the written word. Except in the most extreme cases, it doesn't protect you from private entities refusing to publish and republish Your lives. So, so it's the most basic kind of distinction. If if I am speaking something on the street, saying something that's a sensitive and I get arrested for it. My First Amendment rights have been violated. If somebody punches me in the jaw for it, they haven't violated any First Amendment right? The First Amendment access to check on the power of government not on the power of private entities. So it's always entertaining for May, Speaking of hypocrisy when the small government pro business right wing who's out there, saying You shouldn't have to make cheeseburgers for homosexuals. But God, if you don't want to serve him, those people suddenly say, Well, Twitter has Tio amplify The New York Post phony stories or that Facebook cannot remove posted. It finds an imminent danger to public alright. All right, Rod, We gotta run. We got to run. But you know you're my favorite, You know, Message board about you guys. No, no, no, You're right. We gotta ride your favorite Kami. But we gotta run. OK, broad. We love you. We'll have you back. Don't worry, Keep screaming and yelling into your into your living room. Alright. Goodbye. Ron Kuby, Civil rights lawyer We love you Run. Hey, when we get back, it's your chance to win a Burman Redl 2020 T shirt come up with a great slogan slogan that we like and you can win it. Call us at 803 2107 10 803 2107 10 your chance to win Berman Redl 2020 T shirt That's next. I'm burning with wfor traffic..

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"kuby" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

Ruby on Rails Podcast

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"kuby" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

"Cameron is shining example of what I wanna see from the listener communities someone who is excited about a project that they're working on and they reach out to me to be on the show. . So in this case, , between Capistrano aws pipelines Roku, , there are so many ways to deploy rails. . So Cameron, , why did you invent Kuby? ? That is such a great question. . So Kubi is definitely like a pet project of mine because I I listen to a podcast episode actually I'm a big podcast listener and one of the podcasts. . That, , I spend the most time listening to you. . Probably, , it's called the Ruby rogue. . So shot to them. . <hes> and they had an episode with this guy named I think we're probably butchers name but I think Stefan Vittaya and he was asking the rails community or sort of been bemoaning the fact that the rails community doesn't really have. . A very good deployment story and what I mean by that is. . He said to is that there are cool, , very <hes> sort of baked in solutions in rails for almost everything. . So active record, , we talked about that. . It's a fantastic layer for accessing the database and you've got active storage now for starring. . <hes> files in the cloud. . And there's action dispatch and action cable all these other cool things that are baked into rails and you don't have to really and the asked pipeline is another good example and and all the web packer degration all that stuff just kind of works out of the box. . So as a new engineer or somebody going through boot camp <hes> who is coming to rails for the first time. . You might be <hes> either self pacing going through some guides online you might be taking a course rails just sort of feels. . Easy to pick up <hes> you know you can just sort of. . Set up your models you can start accessing the database you're sticking data into your views and everything is just rolling. . It feels cool. . It feels great. . And then it comes to trying to put your APP online and you kind of run into a brick wall. . There's not. . A lot of help at least in the rails <hes> documentation or even in the rails framework that helps you deploy code to production. . <hes>, , and of course, , there are solutions like Hiroko and there are solutions like <hes>, , the aws offers, , and there's a cloud sixty six is another great example of a deployment solution for rails. . But there's not this coalescing around one solution in the rails community for deployments like there is for a bunch of other areas of rails development. . And so <hes> listening to. . Stefan. . Talk about this on the podcast I was really. . Just. Totally . agreed with them I thought this is a real hole in the rails community that we we probably need to figure out at some point. . <hes> he also mentioned that you know he he at least in his personal. . I suppose maybe this job I think he's a consultant but <hes>, , he's just seen a bunch of cases where. . New Real steps or people that are looking to deploy their code they've been working arouse APP, , and they just sort of fall off a cliff because there's just so much complexity in so many different solutions and not really the one true choice in rails for appointments. .

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Kuby & Rails Deployments with Cameron Dutro

Ruby on Rails Podcast

02:58 min | 1 year ago

Kuby & Rails Deployments with Cameron Dutro

"Cameron is shining example of what I wanna see from the listener communities someone who is excited about a project that they're working on and they reach out to me to be on the show. So in this case, between Capistrano aws pipelines Roku, there are so many ways to deploy rails. So Cameron, why did you invent Kuby? That is such a great question. So Kubi is definitely like a pet project of mine because I I listen to a podcast episode actually I'm a big podcast listener and one of the podcasts. That, I spend the most time listening to you. Probably, it's called the Ruby rogue. So shot to them. and they had an episode with this guy named I think we're probably butchers name but I think Stefan Vittaya and he was asking the rails community or sort of been bemoaning the fact that the rails community doesn't really have. A very good deployment story and what I mean by that is. He said to is that there are cool, very sort of baked in solutions in rails for almost everything. So active record, we talked about that. It's a fantastic layer for accessing the database and you've got active storage now for starring. files in the cloud. And there's action dispatch and action cable all these other cool things that are baked into rails and you don't have to really and the asked pipeline is another good example and and all the web packer degration all that stuff just kind of works out of the box. So as a new engineer or somebody going through boot camp who is coming to rails for the first time. You might be either self pacing going through some guides online you might be taking a course rails just sort of feels. Easy to pick up you know you can just sort of. Set up your models you can start accessing the database you're sticking data into your views and everything is just rolling. It feels cool. It feels great. And then it comes to trying to put your APP online and you kind of run into a brick wall. There's not. A lot of help at least in the rails documentation or even in the rails framework that helps you deploy code to production. and of course, there are solutions like Hiroko and there are solutions like the aws offers, and there's a cloud sixty six is another great example of a deployment solution for rails. But there's not this coalescing around one solution in the rails community for deployments like there is for a bunch of other areas of rails development. And so listening to. Stefan. Talk about this on the podcast I was really. Just. Totally agreed with them I thought this is a real hole in the rails community that we we probably need to figure out at some point. he also mentioned that you know he he at least in his personal. I suppose maybe this job I think he's a consultant but he's just seen a bunch of cases where. New Real steps or people that are looking to deploy their code they've been working arouse APP, and they just sort of fall off a cliff because there's just so much complexity in so many different solutions and not really the one true choice in rails for appointments.

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"kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Jewish neighborhoods. Then you run the very real risk of it being declared unconstitutional, so I don't know. I mean, look, believe it or not, I have very, very dear and close friends in the Hasidic community. And I've had for many, many years, and I understand that Jewish life in those communities is extremely communal. I mean, during the pandemic, they don't sit around and watch Netflix at night. You know the entertainment the joy of life. The whole purpose of existence is Tio worship God within these communal settings, and these were not rich people, their apartments or small, They're crowded and and that's what this is A real public health problem. Now, I think, ultimately outreach. Is going to have to be the way to go, lest we be accused of being anti quick. Around with Ron Kuby. Michael is awesome. Is this commie pinko attorney? I'm a lot more respectful, innately affectionate. He's a civil rights attorney. But since I like to talk about all things legal with you, we have an election four weeks from today. Do you think this is going to just be one legal hot potato That's going to go all the way the Supreme Court if the president keeps banging on about mail in voting Well, what depends on how Mr Super spreader Mister don't mask Don't tell actually manages to navigate these next few weeks. I mean song up there last night. If you were just if you don't pay attention to the words, which I try not to and just look at the person he was certain sucking in air like some giant puffer fish that's been beaten so so don't I don't know. I think that for those of us who are concerned both about election integrity and voting this guy out of office if we can put in person We should vote in person. We should all over the country have some sort of massive turnout off anti Trump boat showing that that the American people genuinely do repudiate This illustration. In these policies we genuinely don't want another four years like the past four years, especially not another year like 2020, and that'll help convince You know, the American people is a hole that our will is going to be carried out. The Supreme Court is not the place where we should be deciding elections. All right. Gotta Ron Ron Kuby. Supposing that I just I just started. Ron Kuby spokesman. Iron's appreciate talking about whether it's moral or not to wish he who must not be named that you should die. I mean, that's no stop. Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop! Go back! Go back to defend Iran! Hiss! OK, thanks for It's good to talk to you coming up next. Hey, Alice Stockton, Rossini. Wooo, crackerjack reporter. She is in some of the some of these neighborhoods that the mayor wants to shut down. Is there some anti Semitism going on? We're going to check in with Alice Stock and Rossini coming up next. I'm Bernie Fighter. What Here. W o r traffic. It's been tough going. If you normally travel stretch of North Conduit Avenue on the westbound side, it's still closed by leopards Boulevard. Ongoing police activity crash occurred during the overnight hours. We're seeing some heavy delays there and on the Bronx River Parkway and with about 233rd Street equation, slowing it down. Meantime, on the eastbound side, the beach we by Flushing Avenue, disable vehicle blocks off the left hand lane, your gem. Back from the belt merge. So coming off the inbound go on us all the way out past the Brooklyn Bridge and by Flushing Avenue. That's an extensive, slow down step, not expressway crawling on the eastbound side into Richmond Avenue. It is all because of AH Rough road surface. This report sponsored by the positive coaching lion's Got issues with you. Thor High School Sports Positive coaching lines can help PC, a national nonprofit offers more than 1000 free online resource is for youth and high school sports coaches, parents, students and administrators. Visit PC, a death zone dot org's Our next traffic updates and 15 minutes. Now, take a look at the We owe our weather forecast relative looking morning Beautiful blue sky takes us right on through this Tuesday High near 70 overnight Tonight some clouds around 59 suburbs. Not quite that Miles, Tamara. Few clouds around breezy, high 74 with some showers to our north. Thursday, mostly.

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"kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Jason's course. That's Jason. Oh, that's hollow. Wayne. Jason, You don't want this guy on your side. You really don't Once you asked me the best sports movie of all time. Well, Okay. Anyway, this is Louis. Survey by two B to B is ranking Halloween as these lost ikon. Yeah. You know what to be is right, Len. To be or not to be. It's what it's what he's put on since Cove it too. Come on. It's a streaming service cheese. Get with this place. We will be And you know that t u b? I okay? It's a streaming service. Okay. Anyway, I'm gonna pick Halloween is the best Halloween. There you go. Good move. What would you pick a second? Second Halloween, Halloween to to let me just get rid of this guy right away Nightmare on Elm Street and scream. Scariest villain of all time. Oh, that would be Hannibal Lecter. Freddy Krueger. Michael's got. He's going to kill you. Land you get. You gotta get some help from the listener. You are not going to do well with women. I I only need one listener. I think Lenny's about five people. Finally, finally here, the most island The most iconic quote from a scary movie. This a good good line. Ah, it's coming from inside the house. No, no. I ate him with a nice Chianti and follow beans. Oh, that's pretty good. Like no, No, no. I see dead people from Seoul. Right? Of course. Yeah, right, right. No, he doesn't. But I never got past the fifth sense movie I'd ever got to the city's thanks subservient. Can't wait for trivia. Natalie. This is gonna be fun on Friday for trivia. 9057 10, Wooo. Thanks, Joey Appreciated coming up Next. We have colorful attorney Ron to be. I mean, Coby Ron could be Get his take on businesses that may be forced to shut down tomorrow. Ron Kuby is coming up next Bernie better with wfor traffic..

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"kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The way have the option. They can put this 10% surcharge on your bill at the end of the meal, and by the way, they can use the money that they make on that 10% surcharge anyway. They want it's not going to be shared with the city goes right to the restaurant. It stays in place for 90. Days after the pandemic in indoor dining, Full indoor dining is back so that could be released, meaning another. A year, maybe possibly s. So now The only push back we've heard is some restaurant worker unions have said they worry that waiters and bus staff will get smaller tips because people will give less because they're paying that 10% surcharge. I don't believe that I think people when they go out to eat. Now we're giving higher tips than ever. They're trying to help these guys and gals out. Yeah, I think it's a good It's a good thing. I 10% doesn't seem that onerous. I know every buck counts to a lot of people and you know, you and I are going to be a little bit more forgiving along those lines, but I think that sounds like Chinese restaurant people have been slammed. And they've been. It's been a double whammy. Because the city has been so slow. They're they're still not open until what? The 30th indoor dining Yeah, and then and only 25%. And then you know that summer dining is going to go away when it gets cold unless they could put those heat lamps back out there, and there's been no approval of that. So Look, it's not a right to be able to go out to eat. If you want to go out it is, you know, it's it's entertainment, and I think you know you got this is one of those times you got to put out a little more cash to do so I got no problem doing that. Quickly. I just wantto mentioned William Barr statement, which opened a lot of eyes and slavery, which was a different kind of restraint. This is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history. Hey, saying, if there's a complete lock down around the country, it's It's the worst thing on civil liberties since slavery we have. Ah, Ron Kuby, coming up at 805 can't wait to hear his take on that. He's a famed civil rights attorney, and we'll talk to him then so a lot going on this morning. Let's get right to the news desk. That tragedy in Brooklyn. Joe just just awful with the The fire truck and the ambulance. Here's the news with Joel Barlow Day Joe are already land. Yes, one person is dead, eight first responders injured. This was an accident this morning involving an F D N y vehicle in an ambulance. It was an ambulance and a ladder truck. They collided it Myrtle and Troop Avenue in Brooklyn. Ah, 59 year old man in the ambulance was killed. Another passenger critically hurt. Six firefighters in to Mt. Suffered minor injuries and it's still causing traffic problems this morning. More protests expected today, with teachers trying to delay the start of in person learning in the city. They say it's not safe, and some parents agree and refusing to send their kids to school a little bit uncertain about sending him back to.

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"kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Good morning. New York. 7 10. W O R. All right, So we like to have a mix of opinions on this show. I mean, lend kind of leans to the left, and I lean to the right. And you know, we have some good guests here who have differing points of view from what my point of view might be. And one of my favorite communists. Red diaper. Babies of all time is or Ron Kuby, the famed a civil rights attorney, and I know he sometimes gets the listeners hackles up. But I always love to hear from my whole buddy Ron Kuby because you may disagree with them. But there is nobody smarter about a lot of things that Ron Kuby Good morning, Ron, How you doing? Hey. Good morning, Michel. Thank you. I'm one of your favorite communists who were the others. It was the Lizz Julie, Ethel and Julius Rosenberg. And you know what happened to them, right? Yeah. It's favorite living Communist probably would work. How are you getting your way? We're fine. Hey, Rod, I gotta ask you something, though. I mean, we're talking, you know about this pandemic, and we got this Mayor de Blasio, saying Indoor dining may not happen until 2021. I mean you live in the city as I do, You know, A lot of these restaurants aren't going to survive. Is there anything these restaurant owners can do to challenge the mayor when he tells them you mean Not have indoor dining until a year from now, and you're gonna go broke. Well as a legal matter. I mean, the answer is you can always file a lawsuit. I mean, you know, hire lawyers filed filed lawsuits like, you know, Hurling flying monkeys have things like The Wizard of Oz. Whether it's going to do any good is no. I mean, there's a tremendous amount of authority in a public health emergency, and and and look, I mean, I've I've enjoyed the little vibe of of you know, Paris on 23rd Street. In New York with everybody, you know late of traffic on outdoor tables. It's really you know, kind of very, very sweet, but I recognize that come winter that that's not going to be foreseeable, but but Michael 30,000 People in New York City died during the pandemic in March, April May and June. 30,000 weak and look, Is it fair? Is it like restaurant owners? Bear. The brunt or one of the brunt of the economic problems is a consequence of dealing with the pandemic. It's not fair, you know, But there's many, many things that are unfair and and the notion that the consequences fall disproportionately across the population has always been true. Andi So, yes, it's very sad, Michael and it would be nice if the city had some money..

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"kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Federal agents. Not only in Portland, where they are, but also to New York on less, De Blasio gets a handle on the situation in this city. Trump is squarely behind the forces of law and order, where the Democrats and progressives They love protest ng. They love chaos. They love turning everything upside down. They love shanty towns. They love blue tarps. They love, tambourines and folk songs and all that kind of stuff. B But you know, we got a lead. You can't have the city's falling apart under under Democrats. I mean, every city that's in trouble is in trouble because a Democrat is running it. Democrats chaos Where's the chaos in New York City, where you have to send in federal troops were exactly where you were. You were No, no, no, no, We're you down. Were you down by City Hall? It all if you know, but it was very PTO all over certain all over. Serbia is sending the federal troops because there's graffiti. Yes, it's the beginning of the frame of the fabric of society. You gotta you know, get people together. You gotta gotta whip him into shape. Gotto make him you know, do the right thing and not be camping out under blue tarp. There all the time. And in Portland, it's a mess. And how about those? Places in Seattle. I mean, you seem to you liberal seem to excuse this in Seattle. They had those free police zones. No police. You know it was going on there. People were being sexually harassed. Some people got shot. People were being assaulted. But you're like, Well, you know, I mean, hey, if that's what the people want, gotta let her listen to the people is not your attitude, like a failed sounds like a failed experiment. So we'll clean it up. Here's what our somebody got A mayor has to say. Here's what our steam mayor has to say about, you know, sending in federal agents to see if he tried to do it. It would only create more problems. It would backfire wouldn't make us safer and we would immediately take action in court to stop it. Good authority calls it. A bunch of this would be yet another example of illegal and unconstitutional actions by the president. And I know that's often had to confront him in court, and we usually win. First of all, I don't know if any of that is true. I think the president does have well last Ron Kuby coming up next, but he made the president may have the constitutional authority to send troops into a place that is falling apart. Where there's civil unrest, and there has been civil unrest in this city. All right. Let's our buddy Jonathan Karl at the White House for ABC actually asked Kayleigh mcenany the question you just rose about Presidential authority, and now he has the question in regards to war in the Constitution..

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"kuby" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"kuby" Discussed on KOMO

"Is one of the solution is just gonna try your best usually I get richer all everything you have and if you come up short just get up and you just try Kobe's children a source of inspiration to all of the professional highs like the Lakers two thousand eight championship loss to the Boston Celtics home and my kids heroes your next his girls by his side is Kobe hung up his Lakers jerseys in twenty seventeen at the place he called home I was really the staples center we would you get from those times when you get up early and you work hard you don't feel like working in teams are you don't want to push yourself what you do it anyway actually the jury if you got to understand that I'm doing my job as a father through it all Kuby's girls teaching him pushing him to take a leap of faith and create as Moscow winnings animated short dear basketball my daughter gave me the best piece of advice I was a little worried about turning this into a film and I'm a little bit me Regina goes will that you always tell us to go after our dreams soul the card to fees thank god I was just like Gigi and it was thirteen year old teacher who inherited her dad's love of the game do you think your daughter might.

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"kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:04 min | 3 years ago

"kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Right now Ron Kuby well known lawyer here and I were co hosting a show on another station we had a blast so I'm delighted to welcome my friend Ron Kuby to our program good morning you're on Hey Michael good morning how are you you sound awfully sunny Ron are you you a provider because you know I get up at seven o'clock in the morning to do this interview and that was what looked a little early for me but I remember when I used to get up at four in the morning so so yeah I feel great you are ready to go all right I wanna I wanna get your thoughts first on Jeffrey Epstein now you been around these correctional facilities are you buying that it was just the suicide yeah hi I'm I'm not only talking and I'm I mean is convinced as I can be although I do wonders bill was a blonde hair sounds but it was consistent with Rodham Clinton I'm just saying I think we need to have a look at yeah there was a thread from what her pantsuits to apparently in the civil he hears a deal with the MCC and his Joe how are you to talk to you a great so so the MCC is rated handled the most high security prisoners that exist on people who have on groups of people on the outside trying to freedom G. hot as other kinds of terrorist those kinds of folks not that's what most of the population but that that's who the security level is designed to house as a consequence of that security is already checked everything so yeah there's a lot to cameras they're facing on site make sure nobody gets yeah feat the security is making sure nobody escapes and well and that stupid not escape so so yeah there's a lot of security but it's all designed to prevent escapes and that number she was such a rare escape to nonexistent I was wishing you losing now isn't like you couldn't somebody hate those two guards to search screw off for sleep yeah thank you paid already okay Ron I heard a report that and steam did not like the conditions at all that these places are for filled with bugs in Vernon subs that true you've you've you've been down there yeah yeah they're awful and you're going to be awful and and nobody cares about clinical choosing my face in the crowd the food at the fact that you're lonely or to class I'm happy Mr family your family can visit terrible things are gonna happen to you and in suicide to tell you the more common when somebody is first going to jail we now learn that's being made out his will two days before he ended up ending up that ended up to at that which certainly is a suggestion of somebody getting his things in order I mean I I heard you talking about his cell mate the charm R. Kelly but but let's face it the sensor sixty to kill Mister Kirk Eliane he's accused of four murders drug conspiracy former cop by the way not it it that matters which is we're gonna talk about the actually on all related out and they're they're seeking kicking the death penalty soap so what at first he said to me ever is a lawyer says he's obviously calculated to try to do something to be of value to the government so so yeah I think that's the suicides it's pretty clear cut and I think once the judges tell Max Maxwell papers were released I'm not that day they'll lose that he was never going to bail appeal he was never going to get out and you know nothing became his life like the leaving of it let's let's move on to the Pantaleo decision Ron obviously I I would assume that you agree with the firing of Pantaleo but I mean the argument we had here was that I II and even o'neill said he that that chill cold he used it briefly it was justified when they were fighting your plate glass window but when they went to the ground he should have released now that's probably ten seconds of very physical arrest and he's fired for that but not criminally charge assembly charged so how do you justify what he was he was sober we charge in the sense that the city you made a settlement with with his family with when car and the car family so the taxpayers paid on that was a give away by the city there was no there was no adjudication right you're done with that yeah we'll we'll we'll agree to church because like I wish when Michael and kill people even if they just beautiful tense they would lose their jobs I mean uncle used I always have been all of your great talk show host to the news and we all trust your to pursue the news right so that I knew this call goes out and then there's a lead and then there's Joel Bartlett his new strikes show me how to cover the news you get that traffic jams realize I'm in this this important story people depending on me so for just ten seconds you to drive on the sidewalk to get past the transfer came only you take out a little lady Camilla is a pars just we've agree spot and guess what W. O. OD fighters you the injustice of it all was cold a lot of really use not much is happening all right run thirty seconds for this one now why do you think there's a strain in the Democratic Party that is not only anti Israel but also anti semitic no I I I think that the properties of anti semitism actual Jew hating Jew killing let's kill the Jews wave the swastika shoes will not replace us I'm pretty one side of the equation but is from said there's a lot of very fine people on that side and watch because choose will not replace it I I I do think it's just turning that Donald Trump is challenging I loyalty to Israel I didn't even know I had was supposed to have loyalty to Israel no I don't think you do run I know you well I don't think it's there is no we're suppose that would would sure sure things are supposed to have we're supposed to be loyal to another country other than Americans have a Donald Trump thinks we are all right Ron Kuby we gotta go we are always entertaining when we what we should all right come up next how long should you stay in one job it's a very interesting story here and watch it Natalie because the ambush story is headed your way a balance of nature's fruits and vegetables real thirty one hole right and fruits and vegetables in a capsule giving me ten plus servings of fruits and vegetables every single day I've been taking them I can honestly say they made.

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"kuby" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"kuby" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"They claim them as their rightful territory. And why do we care beyond the fact that breaks international law, and so on is that's right through some of the most lucrative shipping lanes in the world. There's a potential affect there in the US is concerned about it in the shadow war. You're, you're drawing on your experience of two years of serving as the chief of staff of the ambassador to the PRC, Nick Sony unreal as heck I'm taking over the Nixon foundation in July because I believe in pragmatic, realism. I think that's vanished him a minute and I hope you can stay for the next thing that we have a minute. Do you think that there is a daunting generally in elites, especially in the media that we've got to get back to seriousness about superpower competition? I think it's beginning, it certainly in the national security infrastructure spoke speak. The folks in the fence department, the intelligence agencies. You don't hear it enough on Capitol Hill here at the some degree. That's all fine because you're kind of behind the game on that already. This is the reality today. The question is, how do you respond? And that's what is lacking. Here are ticky leading a national US strategy to respond to both Russia and China on all of these fronts. Now make led a review and John Bolton is embracing that review when we come back from break if you can. Stay with me. We'll talk a little bit about the Iranian side of this equation, which connects up with China and Russia, but on the superpower competition side. I just don't think there are many Jim shudo's running around, and we got thirty seconds to the break. I just don't think there many people who there's Courtney Kuby Kuby, and there's a bunch of other people, Kevin Barron. Does a fine job. But there just isn't the defense in depth in the media, who understand this stuff. Well, you know, we're, we're trying, and I what I try to do is I spent years on the ground in these places covering Russia covering China, including, as you mentioned, stint inside government. And what I try to do in the book is connected dots here. There are lots of dot and like I said earlier people are aware of some of the dots but not all of them, and perhaps what we're not talking about an publicly is those dots form a strategy that threatens US interests. And that brings us a war today that today, the US is losing. I'll be right back after the break. I hope Jim shoe can stay with us. His new book is the shadow war inside Russia's and China. Anna's secret operations to defeat America hopefully can stick around through the break time for remind.

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"kuby" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"kuby" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"No, Don, pretty high, and we're going to be playing many Slovenian love songs for you today. So get ready to waltz because we've got some delightful ones to put you in the Valentine's mood tonight. Mainly who set business kept pace me as ready volunteer. No, Dan, said boasted Malu Kuby vehicle will Lubis navy Saputra in Beaumont to the veto seconds guy at the now, she scoop, no St. we opened up with Moya put a value. Yeah. Pay some my first love is singing. And we have the mic orbits. I'm sorry. The gosh. But he playing in the outback alpine style, we have some lovely waltzes. And let's start out with one by the house Knicks rise minorities sail away with me. Some.

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"kuby" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"kuby" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Now, those of you that are New York area radio listeners remember Ron Kuby from his time on the radio. But you may also, of course know that he is a distinguished civil rights attorney and criminal defense attorney in his own, right. So we were talking about Charles Joe Hynes, and some of the people that were wrongfully convicted while he was the this is Ron Kuby who's rapper record represented some of those people actually. Okay. So many things I it's kind of a long story Franken and while the case. Came to white in the last couple of years of Joe Hines tenure in the office the practices that led up to those convictions on spanned Hines entire career in that office. And and preceded him as well. Today's world darling was been Holtzman news all over NBC talking about the Watergate commission was also Brooklyn DA before Hines, and so much of the bad practice, and institutional culture and corruption. On the part of the NYPD in Brooklyn. Detectives began took Rhode and began to flourish under Liz Holzman now traces Heinz did very little to make it any better. But he didn't start it. He just sort of continued it and what went wrong in Brooklyn. Was was what what went wrong in New York City, generally, which is white people got really afraid of black people committing crimes, and we're white people get afraid, and they have state power is we tend to have we created an institutional apparatus to incarcerate as many people as we possibly can that we're afraid of we don't particularly care how it's done. Well, respective of what Kuby said there in terms of white people having state power, which is a separate discussion. We really I made an effort to get as many diverse points of view as possible on this podcast. So if you have some time later, maybe before the Super Bowl I'd encourage you.

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