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"leonia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"No, no, no. It's projected to debut higher than peels two previous films get out and us pushing Thor: Love and Thunder to second place. I'm Scott Carr. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom, a 43 year old man accused of attempting to stab representatively Zelda in the Republican nominee for governor of New York, was charged in federal court yesterday with assaulting a member of Congress using a dangerous weapon, which turned out to be a sharp pointed keychain. David Jack a bonus of fairport, New York faces up to ten years in prison if convicted, he told authorities he had been drinking and didn't know who the congressman was. Jacobo lunged at zeldin during a campaign event near Rochester on Thursday night, selden was not injured. The New York triathlon is on, but it has been shortened because of the heat, the biking portion has been cut in half from 24.8 down to 12.4 miles and the running portion has been cut from 6.2 to two and a half miles. The course will take racers into the Hudson River on bikes along a traffic free west side highway and through Central Park. 7 towns in Bergen county are under a boil water advisory after tests found E. coli bacteria within the distribution system. The advisory covers fairview cliffside park ridgefield edgewater fort Lee palisades park and leonia. Saudi Arabia and Iraq are diverting more and more of their crude oil toward Europe, helping the continent's oil refineries to overcome a pivot away from Russia. More from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. More than a million barrels a day of crude has made its way to Europe from the Middle East in the first three weeks of July via a pipeline that crosses Egypt, the according to vessel tracking data compiled by Bloomberg, volumes of roughly doubled from a year ago, the shift comes as increasing volumes of Russian crude head in the opposite direction from its Baltic and Black Sea ports to buyers in India and China. Bloomberg's Charlie pellet global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg best. Bloomberg radio is everywhere. I always accurate and precise bluebirds really one of the places that's reporting facts. Your communication capabilities are wonderful bar business. I'm at Baxter. And I'm to these Pellegrini on this special edition of Bloomberg best from the Bloomberg crypto summit. Jack mallards on his early investments. I knew the CME was going to build a product on this thing long before anyone else did, but just because I was eating dinner with the guys, right? Sam bankman fried on his growing crypto empire. Companies in crypto and frankly across the space. I think profitability was sort of a dirty word for a number of years and it is returned to investor parlance. And Mike novogratz on the unwind of crypto related assets. What I don't think people expected was the magnitude
"leonia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Targets near the port city of Odessa. Pope Francis is on his way for a week's stay in Canada, the Pope plans to address the issue of abuse of indigenous children in Roman Catholic boarding schools. I'm Scott Carr. And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom, a 43 year old man accused of attempting to stab representatively Zelda in the Republican nominee for governor of New York was charged in federal court yesterday with assaulting a member of Congress using a dangerous weapon, which turned out to be a sharp pointed keychain. David Jacob bonus of fairport, New York faces up to ten years in prison if convicted, he told authorities he had been drinking and didn't know who the congressman was. Jack a bonus lunged at zeldin during a campaign event near Rochester on Thursday night, selden was not injured. The New York triathlon is on, but it has been shortened because of the heat, the biking portion has been cut in half from 24.8 down to 12.4 miles and the running portion has been cut from 6.2 to two and a half miles. The course will take racers into the Hudson River on bikes along a traffic free west side highway and through Central Park. 7 towns in Bergen county are under a boil water advisory after tests found E. coli bacteria within the distribution system. The advisory covers fairview cliffside park ridgefield edgewater fort Lee palisades park and leonia. Saudi Arabia and Iraq are diverting more and more of their crude oil toward Europe, helping the continent's oil refineries to overcome a pivot away from Russia. More from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. More than a million barrels a day of crude has made its way to Europe from the Middle East in the first three weeks of July via a pipeline that crosses Egypt, the according to vessel tracking data compiled by Bloomberg, volumes of roughly doubled from a year ago, the shift comes as increasing volumes of Russian crude head in the opposite direction from its Baltic and Black Sea ports to buyers in India and China. Bloomberg's Charlie pellet global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm susannah Palmer. This is Bloomberg. Broadcasting live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York. Bloomberg and frio to Washington, D.C., Bloomberg 99 one to Boston, Bloomberg, one O 6 one
"leonia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Good turnout at this weekend's box office. It's expected to open this weekend at almost $45 million, making it the third consecutive release from the filmmaker to debut at the number one spot at the domestic box office. It's projected to debut higher than peels two previous films get out and us pushing Thor: Love and Thunder to second place. I'm Scott Carr. And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom, a 43 year old man accused of attempting to stab representatively Zelda in the Republican nominee for governor of New York was charged in federal court yesterday with assaulting a member of Congress using a dangerous weapon, which turned out to be a sharp pointed keychain. David Jack a bonus of fairport, New York faces up to ten years in prison if convicted, he told authorities he had been drinking and didn't know who the congressman was. Jack a bonus lunged at zeldin during a campaign event near Rochester on Thursday night, selden was not injured. The New York triathlon is on, but it has been shortened because of the heat, the biking portion has been cut in half from 24.8 down to 12.4 miles and the running portion has been cut from 6.2 to two and a half miles. The course will take racers into the Hudson River on bikes along a traffic free west side highway and through Central Park. 7 towns in Bergen county are under a boil water advisory after tests found E. coli bacteria within the distribution system. The advisory covers fairview cliffside park ridgefield edgewater fort Lee palisades park and leonia. Saudi Arabia and Iraq are diverting more and more of their crude oil toward Europe, helping the continent's oil refineries to overcome a pivot away from Russia. More from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. More than a million barrels a day of crude has made its way to Europe from the Middle East in the first three weeks of July via a pipeline that crosses Egypt, the according to vessel tracking data compiled by Bloomberg, volumes of roughly doubled from a year ago, the shift comes as increasing volumes of Russian crude head in the opposite direction from its Baltic and Black Sea ports to buyers in India and China. Bloomberg's Charlie pellet global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg business of sports. The cold hard truth about the Olympic journey is not really been financially incentivized in the same way that many other professional sports are. The business
"leonia" Discussed on Plan B Success
"S put it with the women. I it he got there. One day. women want women want to fight it because she called me up. i take. You're not gonna kill us it or do i. So i thought to have something i i had good working relationships with a lot of the partnerships out in the city and so they created a program for them so they could be playing. Could you not the end of a drug addiction. I can't i'm not there to change their. i'm not at a change sex. They want to beat them their decision on there to get you clean like i got everybody else cleaned in to help you get into a f. One young man came when he knew i was tired and of course he had made a coach vance formation. I recognize me. Sit in the back of core and in variant. He'd tell the judge. I want to tell. This is my name a gave me real first name. And i said i know that and then when i told him to come up with ex miles slash i said i will never ever forget that smile ever and he said i wanted you to know i heard you a retired so i had to come and let you know what i'm doing. He said i will be graduating next semester. He said i'm already. I already have a job counseling. And he's counseling other addicted transgender people. So that he can help them find a way. It was extremely bright straight. A student in college. I said i i had tethers camp. Good gordon clamp down on your and but he developed into a great person when he left graduate my program. I knew he had what he needed. The question is when you leave. You can either go back to your life. Whatever that was okay any or you can pick the life you now have. They picked like that they had talks about that. Talks about all of that in in terms of different choices that people have and it really is meant to was irish people no matter walk of life there in that. I want them to make a plan for their life. If you know a plan a successful. I want them to. Bring than everything before. And i want. I wanted to be so big. it can't do is. this isn't possible. Just and where do they find the book. It's on amazon. Amazon dot com and To lloyd's book it's You know this is the way to cover. Look at two heads on there. But it's i've had people. Tell me that one i had a third cousin had never met steve facebook into younger and she said after i read your book. She said i decided. I'm going back to college. I'm gonna start. You know. And so when i heard at an a couple of other folks you made me feel like anything and i said that's what it's coast to because you have greatness inside of you that you don't even know yet. I watched people transform every week in front of my eyes. i call the intervention. I don't have a college but i watched people transform. And when you see it. And i did this for fourteen years. This part of being a dutch and you see people coming in one time camera. Who came in and they were filming me for this documentary in on the program said heard me say different girls. I show you look nice today and so we took a break in. It came up there and they said we're does we notice that you're telling the girls they look nice i mean they they look nice and he said what are you doing this. The placate you know and make them feel good. I said i took out a mug shot shaq book in. They have mug shots at him. And i said remember the girl who had to polka dot blouse him. They said That's it. I flip the page. Does it this is our reach into my program and they said i said yes her look like does new said no as it turned a couple more pages said remember. The girl that appeared at the the navy blue jacket on with the red shirt and they stood. I said that's her and they said. Oh my god i it when i say you look nice. I am not trying to be nice right. Thank you so much. This has been a pleasure talking to you learning about your book learning about your career your life very inspiring and i'm sure You know a lot of people would be intrigued to go. Check out the book and to keep in touch. So thank you very much for joining us today and thank you for relating your life and the different episodes that you did. Thank you for having me. Thank you for having absolute pleasure thank you..
"leonia" Discussed on Plan B Success
"Talking to you. Don't talk to me bring up my mother she said. Don't talk to me. My sister was angry. And you know this was one one item power. She had which was not to converse someone who's trying to give a rationale or his follow this than this and in his assistants. The my sister said now. One lady looked autumn. Line is that we understand what it means to be treated like. You don't matter that you don't matter that you're going to be treated differently and so i understand. It's it's it's getting a little bit to the. It's always been serious. But when i heard a mother said she was sitting there with her son. He's in college versus student sitting there with his book bag and he's talking to her in the eating lunch and dinner time having the classes and she said they left the restaurant and then about a few feet down out out of the store out of the The restaurant he remembers left. his book. Bag is book. Nick and so he says i got give them a bag so he's running the go. Get it as anybody would you know. And she said she looked at me. She said if he runs. They're going to think he's a fugitive. They're gonna ever honest. I'm running. And i looked at the sadness in my heart when i heard that non now sitting there listening to this i had officers come in there and they have caught people on their names and these people have pled guilty on a ticket said judge. I'm pleading guilty. Offer disorderly conduct because we will all out there was a picnic. We were very loud and we were angry at each other and office came and separated men on this side women but she said but he didn't have to call me a black and i looked at him and i said did you do there. And he looked at me and he turned it into base and he said i probably did as a probably and he said well you must understand when catholic have the same confidence that they do on the streets. And so you know we have to another was of this phony. Assad have an essay it. She in particular a huge. He's nothing i was over. I was being overzealous. And he said. May i apologize to her. I said i think that's an order. And so he went on tour. He said ma'am. I'm very sorry. Please accept my allergy. And she said yes and they shook hands in the courtroom and then he went back and i told him. I said you are an extension of meat out there. Okay you an engine of me ba law as in way represent yourself i said as it reflects on the court i said handle up in a manner you could still get the job done without the would never have to degrade anybody because other people will fight. If you do that you do that. They will fight and she just didn't fight but she said that's all i wanted you. That's all a one. I'm not gonna sit opinion lie that i wasn't argue with other people and i was i would take my responsible but he didn't have disrespect me and now i'm said it's so i've had that i've had how officers on part of the problem and i've addressed and dismissed cases because of that because it you sit up there and you become the kid that you're trying to stop and everybody circles you off because they see all his co. In the kid hasn't done anything except as you why why. Why are you telling me to get out the car. And i'm acid easily Thing i'm gonna rush. He said for what. That's it get out. Come on that board. And he said it and you disrespected meet again. And then he slams. He tries to slam the demand on the ground. But he can't guys will be and then he calls all these cars neighborhood these opening doors like what is he doing to kids you know. And why all these cop cars here. What did they do. He didn't do anything. I dismissed. It will in the lawyer said yeah. Well we're still in the city you know so the bottom line is that i understand when i say these young people out here marching. I understand with doing all these people that loot stores. I don't go not a bad in people using incidents to incite stuff and and disrupt the peaceful protests along with that because the peaceful protesters are trying to make and the police that are listening at trying to find common ground. The i respect that. And i see that happening in several of the cities here in michigan southfield was one. I saw one office to take a knee them and the whole crowd. Just come down immediately. It's a the the communication has gone. So you know when you read this book and see how. I'm talking about the law. What happens in front of me. What do i say in terms of different situation. Why did i take after. I did to help situations when officers when i did. The prostitution program one white officer and the girls nicknamed him a pinky because he was so inc all the time. And so it said He told me when they are ready to transfer him. He had been with me for two years. I can tell you this. I didn't want to transfer. He said when. I first came to this program. I didn't want to be here. He said you try these girls. I've seen goes industries in you. Go sit up and you're going to change the pitch you he said when i saw what you did and how the change in two years and were doing he said you made me a believer. You actually made me move. I never i never. I wouldn't ever get this. And he said an average. I didn't wanna move. He's wanted me. Change transfer if he said. I just wanted to even know i started out believing and this program at all he said but i do now and i respect you so you know when when you look at. It doesn't make jump. He just doesn't he just does okay. There are a lot of people who were lost. They have to find their way. Okay but if you give them the tools that need they invest with the book it talks about even even I had transgender folks in there and they had to fight to get a different place for them because they were being attacked in the other place. You can't put this transgender woman over here in this in this place with these men. They were date. They start pretty stagnant ever seen and boiled the light up to the lineup. Guess it lit up judge editor on to get her out of here..
"leonia" Discussed on Plan B Success
"Will now. She's cooking those same things and we're going to eat it And we saw the writing on the wall and my father. He's like in the middle. You know he does he. Do you know if you tries to say something. She screams at him and she hollers and she'd never done any of this and we just cried he said when his mother gonna come back but we ended up moving on campus in detroit. We would living on campus in detroit and my mother had prepared us for college so much she she said you know when you graduate. She told me little girl city at a an ice cream counter witter and watch the lady claimed the four and she says. See the lady right there. That's gonna be when you graduate. High school said no. It's not and she said. Oh yes it is. She said because if you don't go on to college she won't have an asian to do anything but what she's doing he says. Oh take a good look at because you're not gonna sit in my house in network s the only job. I said this summer every summer. You have art labor it unstuck and she said no. She said we'll take a good look. That left such an impression on us is nothing wrong with playing the floors of s. What you wanna do but if that's not what you wanna do and you want more options open to you. Then you travel that road the you. The options in education was the answer and so as the no-win so my mother indirectly using her psychology on us he was brainwashing us right. At that point she did a good job. she did a great job. She majored work so hard in the summer that you didn't play with nobody else all the way to grade school in high school. It didn't matter it didn't matter touches on all of this. You know the lessons that we learned commitments. We made You know based upon she change would say us what we would do how we said something. We're gonna do it. We stuck to. It didn't matter how hard it was. You know didn't matter with her. She said if you wanna piano. And she said you're going to practice his piano everyday on particular laos and we'd say we'll do it and but she didn't wasn't on an expensive pm. They didn't have any money for that though. We said she's ten. Now what if you can what we find a piano. And it doesn't cost much dinky. We have a mother looked at her. She said i find she said in one. It's and my mother just looked so leon an hour one as twenty five thousand showed mother. She said this junk probably a work and we said how do we know unless we go look. Can we go look and see. Looked the manly on as you go my father my father said well what we call look at it and my mother looked at him like go. Look at this twenty so off. We went the next day and his lawyer. Lady showed us is data deanna. It was a mothers. And you don't want that we yes. We do other eight the lady of money she said you're gonna have to get it tuned. It got it got it to the house. Got in a basement too and she said if. I don't hear those key saying no allowance few every day you miss. I'm counting up the week. You won't get paid. We never missed a day and she knows it will take down but we had over a mile or so to get there and she said every week you're to go rain sleet snow and it was a blizzard. One diamond said they're saying on tv not to go. Mom said that it says you can't even see in front of you. one other said us to more scots. She handed to. She said you're going to need these and we said you making us go. She said oh. Yeah and when we got there we will frozen popsicles and the lady looked at us and she said. I didn't think anybody else a the commitment. Was we learned that regardless of the obstacles. You get past the obstacles you make. You made a decision what she wanted to do. And we did it we. She's one wanted. The few sousa finished the whole tompkins course is at the two of you garnham books and that at at the time we become fifteen can if they finish those books and now we were onto the motown sound so book as you but And and again all of the different things that we started going through In a one issue to the next issue too. I see the kids. Marci black lives matter Annot powered seals be against you know looking right in the eyes of a officer as they stand up there with bayonets we it wayne state and And talking to them trying to make them understand in office looked at me. And said ma'am i cannot speak. I can talk to you. S at good. I and i continue right on touchy but we got what we asked for. And it was just that we wanted a meeting with the administration. They fired is black lady. Black lady hadn't done anything wrong. Chino nobody else. Go get help and the people that worked in the kitchen said go to the black student. Union of those are the only people how to help you and we did it. She got a job in the sired her got fired so i know what it means to protest. We did when we went into law school. A and getting rid of minority programs quietly. You try to quietly do this knowing let you do that. No no no no. We want to be part of the process. We want to have a voice and so edmund getting speaking. So i know with this about when when i became a teacher. One of the interview questions were if as a protest in front of the school. And you're coming in in in other kids. Wanna come in with this gear. What would you do you remember now. Were protests all right. So i said i would explain it and they have a right to protest more power to we have a right to go through. Let us keep marching anisette. Let the students that want to go through. I would make sure they go through. And then i would file and they said what book did you read right answers. That's not not is just as my belief they have the right to protest but we also have a right to go in and and where whatever waves shakes out shakes out but the bottom line. You know you can't stop so i understand. I understand what it was their argument up and follow two stores. I've been you know targeted is that i'm gonna steal something okay and i'm walking with number lawyer. Steel the steel and know what it meant and how that made me feel and my sister. Oh she went off. Sister went off to the cash register. Mama the wanted to shop in store and my sister said. I'm not buying anything from a store that does not respect. My dow is been over its egg agni than they don't expect my money so the the lady who was listening to her started to try to blame liana was fussing about the man foulness all the way through the store as we're getting i'm from my mother and the owner just didn't like being treated as she some kind of clue and so as she looked at lady she said it was i talking to. You said i'm.
"leonia" Discussed on Plan B Success
"And what is it about well. It came out this august s last august. Two thousand twenty one and the book is a memoir about my sister and it talks about the trials and tribulations that we went through as the from. Young girls We look at us and assume relived chart life. You know. they probably didn't have it bad enough. I say that. Because i had a defendant one time tell me she says will judge. You don't understand you don't understand is hard out here and and you know you haven't maybe had difficulties and i just lost it and i told her ever tell me what i don't understand. New have not walked in my shoes. You don't know what. I have experienced in the liberal looked at me and said the gave her the county of one thing when i was studying for the arts and my sister and i plan to months. We had to take off work. We saved up enough money with this. Little raggedy apartment we were in as inch will be done fire. We would hit floor. The makes your bullets. Don't zoom out the windows and but that was the conditions that we were living under to study and so you know we devised plan. We had grits and bacon the many times a day for two months and the only time we had fried chicken was my girlfriend. Every friday and she would bring kentucky fried chicken and there was a feast and you know look magna last but And were very serious. We were focused. Food was something. eat to live. Okay so i didn't have steaks all that stuff and you know in the dressing up a lot of things you know. We were focused. And when i told this girl. I didn't know i said i know you did. But the book tell you the trials and tribulations was started you know with our mother a suburb hemorrhage. And it's like a bleeding stroke of the brain and we were five your little girls and she never came back to herself. Never came back there herself. My father didn't tell us this until we were eighteen. We knew she had renewed yet. The separate cameras But she was a registered nurse but she never went back to practice and we didn't quite understand why she didn't go back. You know she was just signal. My husband is bread winner. And i'm not going back to her friends. Who were her nursing prints. And but as i got older and i look at the situation when we were teenagers in my father was like you didn't understand why she didn't go back so he said i need a little help here and you'll help said you know they want stuff you know. And he's an easy if you just kinda did a days of nursing every week then now but she would take out her license to practice. She kept it up every year and she would show it to us and she said i can go and nurse anytime want then tears would fall down. Her is we said well. Why are you crying is she. Said you know when. I wrote this book in At automatic win thirty years old and your whole life changes and from that point on the career to love and bid for ten years. You can no longer do. You can't put people's lives in your hands because that mechanism in your brain is not working like it was. It was victorious ice scoop glass as well as her nursing class. I mart late and now she has two little girls. Take care in that set. We're we're kinda of her life you know and a wonderful mother. She was very sweet. Kind and All our francis hey With our moms to a loved her but when it when we got to be high school we were getting ready to be the up the commencement speakers and she said well. I'll help you. Because i was a commencement speaker. And of course she was listening to we. Were writing our speeches and doing all of this. And then all of a sudden she started. Doing things weren't quite right. She she was looking at tv with. We'd look at tv with her. That was our best buddy. I'm mother was our best buddy and so she said you see jesus right there on screen. We said what we're looking at gunsmoke. Gunsmoke doesn't have jesus walking down the streets the saloon and so we started giggling ages and Talking about insist they right there. I said mama. Disney jesus in this pitcher and so we looked at a said did you. Did we not less. We said you. Lisa jesus and then she must have sit there herself okay. I'm not school. Say that she said no but she was so insistent before and then she would it be other times she would the. We didn't know that those were like hallucinations. We didn't we didn't we didn't know that and and she wouldn't go to sleep. We'll let you know. In those days. He went off at night now. You rush rushes forever but runoff and you just sit up there looking at blindscreen in we doing and we would come in and say my wife was a bit and she would look at us and she said okay. I'm going to be now. That was not her that was not her and the baby became more bizarre and finally my father had to take her to the hospital and when he took it to the hospital he called us and said I had to take your mother to the hospital. He said i'm coming back you you know. We joined him at the hospital and we didn't understand why she was in a psychiatric unit. Why is she here. And we're looking around in the back. You said she. She had a nervous breakdown. We said from what it he said she. This is usually be pressured to. Would she be depressed and it said. I don't know the only one who knows it. Is you love and you never discovered that well. The thing is is that my mother never ever said where she was ever. Depress about actually would always say not to chris and ns. It will the mama. She says the depressed known now it they never want to tell you then you never get to that source. But her personality chipped in. We're getting ready to go to college. And her personality change. She became very mean. You know Totally totally different very mean to my father and me to us To the point where after the first year college the and i said with a finish college gonna have to move on campus. Because she's eventually going to take the car he you know as a child you know you know with the children will not eat. It just won't eat. My mother used to send us up. And say you're going to sit here and if you.
"leonia" Discussed on Plan B Success
"And housing things of nature. Before you leave me you're going to have everything laid out a print. Do a blueprint get it done But when you go to other countries it is different. You know when. I went to korea Was there with A council a city council and they were from south seattle and they said you're a judge. I said yes and then mitch said oh and they start bowie and stuff and i said you don't have to do. They said here the judge it colmey how judges are looking for on and revered and i said well that's nice But as i talked to the guy who's our diets before days at he would kind of judge was he said wow. I wish we could do something like that here. I said maybe that will happen. In you know when there's an exchange on on of of of cultures seeing were other cultures do But I that's just the way i believe in the drug world conference it's over. Five thousand people attended. Assad no other people do not like the other judges that thought like me. I wasn't alone. I am good company so it it. The specialty courts have taken over in the court systems to really focus on problems and help resolve the problems. Not just like people nights is like a month. So how's the how's this propagating across the country. Do you see this. You know if it's a win win situation and if the numbers speak for themselves shouldn't be something adopted across the country it drug courts When i was on the board of the abc they had at the time. And i serve for four years over two thousand drug courts okay. An and they were taking it to other countries That's one of the things they did so a started them in other countries. The dominican republic was there The up people from mexico with their. I mean they were boys out and they were branching out. Canada was already art of it and In oth in two thousand and five. My drawer got selected as a second best record in the country. So the thing is is that it's it's red we out. We got when i started that prostitution. Track i Notifications from the uk. They wanted us to send them a packet on our prostitution track because they wanted to emulate that and and you know one of the top people in canada. And i said i've been doing the program for a maybe eight months and i told them they asked me. Well how's that going. And i said well i was comparing it in my brain to my regular. According i said it's okay. Every about fifty percent ran. I had to get him back by sheriff's department. I have a contract a have to find him and bring him back. Sit him down for a while. Then they get back in the program fifty percent. And i guess they said we can't keep one percent said you get fifty percent in your program prostitution. I said yeah. They said why and they started talking amongst themselves and bring it up at is. I continued to do the program Specialize track that number wheedle down. Okay we'll i grow told me i said look i'm gonna put you in the program but if you run i promise you i will find you no matter where you go i will find you and i will bring back and so i had this power and so but i did have power in michigan i would bring one was web north and but she was up there and she told one grocery as it's fun he's gonna find me and a girl i kidding just meaner bengals go five southbound founder and brought her base she said i said we surprised and she said nope new you're i'm looking for me and sometimes some of the lady is it would run and they would see there was nothing out there for them and then they would stand on a corner waiting for the police the sheriff to grab and he had their faces in the monitor and they he pulled up they said yeah i know you look at me. My name is ramona And get in the car. And i said i do it. I knew you send somebody out. So i just stood out there. Waiting said is nowhere. I can run to. What do you mean a said yes. There is another not she said. You know all the places i would monte you don't have to do. She said i'm finding people i thought we did. She said they into three years ago. She said they were in your program in meetings and a well. That's hit the as you said. But even the the doe palaces if they really do they keep going keep going no. They didn't want the attention. Judge loyd's people and s it. What is it this thing. Cooperate with the bottom line. Is it when we would go. I did workshops national workshops so that people saw that these were and they root is as grew cross country even have specialized prostitution courts. Now though it's growing it's been growing growing growing and it it's well over property three thousand records now You know it's just you know they. They really added out. Air publicized in war. Then you you'd know about it but like people listening to me. Now they're going to know you know I did a lot of when i was on the bench The newspapers followed my girls for over a year and they followed them. Show up at stuff. They wanted real deal. Bay didn't want anything faked. David want stage so find out what those girls doing this friday. What are those and they show they show up at these different things into girls. Were doing what they're supposed to do. Granted re times a week. So i'm pretty much but you doing and i had no problem with. And then they did a a two day big spread on us in the detroit. Free press had never been done before about any core on anything Unless you killing twenty five people might get that headline then but not because it's us to toossion but when they saw the real change in these girls because they followed him too so long they it was real though. But it's it's it those those courts have multiplied and multiplied tracking Is one of the courts they have all all over the united states to help women who attract in so And they developed plans and programs and same thing with with the prostitutes. Same thing with drug courts in general. So let's talk about about your book. Your honor your on. When did you write that..
"leonia" Discussed on Plan B Success
"That's a little bit about me. Absolutely that's fantastic. I always thought that Doctor and judges read for that matter. A pretty similar in terms of you know they have the creative powers and a lot of people look up to doctor says Next god and i think the same goes for. Just you know it's not about a looking at What did the person do and punishing them. It's about reforming them. And i think that's exactly what you're talking about and you absolutely right. I went to a couple of.
"leonia" Discussed on Plan B Success
"Their drugs supply And that is you know in moralize them bets but you wanna be sick. Do you wanna go that. The answer is no. They didn't want to go to that. And if they had to pick which one been there when they get high and not going to be too worried about what it looks like and all of that but i decided to do that program. I decided to help those people after all best when i wanted to do when i got on the bitch was to help people and this was definitely something. That was a plan that i didn't figure on But i i opened myself to it. And when i had approached by the chair he said would you help me with lady who getting prostitution tickets. I then decided. I'm going to help you. I'm gonna open up. A special tracked them. And i did that and i got a chance to work with people on every time they came in for two years and my job was to try to help them see the greatness. They had incited them that they might can't see it in my sister before she died. He told the lady who who had been out there prostituting she's on drugs etc and she says Do you know how beautiful and the lady looked at my sister and she looked around in the courtroom she said. Are you talking to me. And the owner said yes and amen her a court reporter the story at at her funeral. She said that she looked at my sister. Said who is the judge talking to. Because i see what you can be is that that's what i'm looking at. And the lady started to cry and then she looked back at this guy is always a guy bringing them it is so she's just no one ever told me that no one ever told me i was beautiful as she said. I want your program. And so she said within you have a seat. I'm calling the probation get signed up instead of you really want this. I can help you help you said but you gotta you gotta do this and lay said i will. Jayco empty looked in the bay. She said you can leave. I'm stay the bottom line. Were mustered told me the story and a smile and about a month later she died. And so when i had approached about a prostitution program which was on a much larger scale than one on one fish she had. I said absolutely another judge. Who's doing with me. she said. Wait a minute judge lawyer. We've we need to think about. As i said i don't think about i guess i'm in a hundred percent. So that meant she had to be an percent and the first day she had ladies come in and take them off the streets. She looked came to me and she said leonid they scared me. She said they scared me. And i said well. They can't do anything to she said. This is really rough. And i started laughing. The bottom line is that that was one of the most rewarding things i'd ever done i've ever done and I still when. I don't facebook when i retired. They found they found me and they sit. Threatened me and i did and they started telling me how they feel clean what they were doing how they doing with one of them said if i send you a ticket is it getting my master's degree he said. Will you come was of course. Of course. I will wish she left me. She had just gotten a certification is like a state certification to help a care people this. She went on to become a practical nurse and then she went on to get a bachelor's degree to be a council. Help addicted people and and she came back. It is later would a stream of people sitting at a graduate Graduation so she sat a registration. She looked and cheese and they had each one. Get up until the new graduates. This is what you can do when you leave her. You know you did well under her when the test comes we walk out the door judge roy. Now there's no you. At the judge you are the drug counselor. You is much grains. There's no more strange screening three times. A week is no more screen and it said in add up in each one of them said what they had done that same people in a long time. But this guy. Ron them all and they all stood one by one and they said there graduation year and a smile is she was one of those contacted me on facebook and i would see her get her master's degree The bottom line is that anybody can change. anybody can transform. It's it's if them the tools. Give them the things they need and s would performed justice spout now. Sometimes people say lock people up you wanna send in of all you do is lock people up and they come out. They will the stats. Chill the if it's cases and things like that they will re-offend within the first thirty six. Okay we kept stats on our graduates. Three to five years out at not be offended at nat Though the bottom line is i new book was work and when my veterans my extraju saying they would test positive but they would say but i'm not like them. It would point to the other people. Drug and i said we're using the same kind of drunks which mean not like and they sit there like them and when i heard judge russell. He's a judge in buffalo new york at a conference. Say same exact thing. He was told the same thing by his guys. He started a veteran score. Will after i listened. I said i'm starting more real good starter. I start stuff you know. So i said i'm starting when and i went back and ask my cheek judge and she said no. He said that we've got especially courts. Which you that. That's it right now. And i said where we need this. I can cut the red tape. I can have the da. I can get them into programs. I can get them into the doctor's right away. They don't have to wait. Wait so long. It's apples been trying a said and they go gac and stuff and so he said the next year i went and i talked to men who has started these programs. He was the congress by this time. Hit really acknowledged him and he said i'll fly to detroit a doctor. He said if you need to. I said fine so. I backed all geared up. I don't take no. I don't take note easily okay. And that's another thing. People should understand if you bought them for something. You can't just let it notes copy tracks. And i was prepared. I was prepared to to really go gusto. And i told us it. Look it. s just willing to come down here and speak to you. And it's absence. Look and i looked at her and she said you got your program. He said that means this much view. The second time the down here she said. Then you've got The one thing i can say about that is it. That's the graduated. That program spun off in started their own programs. It gets people who didn't come to court lost that that were lost. A learn how to give is out there like they saw mp veterans score. I was so proud of them. I don't know what to do. Essay them it's a board now to homeless vets. So i see them with their trying to help homeless. That's you know they. They have their their table set up etc and they holler judge. Lloyd i said hey and i go take pictures little. I'm proud of them because they took what was given to them and they giving it freely to other people and helping people transform helping them become a better the life that they really are supposed to leave..
"leonia" Discussed on Plan B Success
"Hey greeting seventy one and welcome back to sort of plan b's success today. We have a judge amongst us. Leon lloyd from detroit. Michigan is a teacher then she was a lawyer and then a judge and then there's also another small thing about her that. I need to mention here that her twin sister was also a judge and the sisters were judges at a point in time and she recently written a book. Your honor your honor that we're going to talk about as well so let's jump in welcome leon you and then we will from welcome. Leon you thank you. Thank you so much for joining us today. My pleasure thank you for having absolutely so. Tell us about your your life you know. Where do you begin and Teacher to lawyer to judge how did that come about. I was born in detroit. Michigan product of detroit school system. And i didn't come in the little alone. I came in with my sister. An unannounced known But she was born upside down and she came out first and then as i grew up with my twin sister we were so close We had some of the same things that we'd like to do together and that's how we became teachers. We both became teachers. We'd like the same type of thing. We've we majored in things. We taught at two different high schools The the teaching was great Both of us wanted to lawyers. You know a lot of things influenced s going through the civil rights period and we would sit there watching. Tv talking to each other. We said you know. I want to be a lawyer. I wanna help leona soon. What and you know we get motivated like that and our goal is to once we finish these. We're going to go into law. And so we. After four years of teaching in off the debt of a new car we went into law school. And we would've together. And i'm so mad. She hung with me because she was going to donate. Ucla has now. Please stay and we went to law school together We then formed a practice. Will we graduated a lloyd and we did for ten years. And then i told her i wanted to help more people. Both of us at this thing. We wanted to help. People want it to use whatever we were doing to help you be teachers. We wanted to help. Kids wanted them that the necessarily go through what we went through the discrimination. We face as a child out of it stronger. How so. It was always to help people. And i wanted to do it on a bigger scale and that was to be a judge and she's Was very serious about it. She became my camp and manage and went up against ten incumbents. A lot of people said you're crazy and these educate when it gets one to ten you know what are you doing. And i believed in myself and to me. That's very important Instilled in me as a child Something i i set my mind to in planned on doing Debbie not gonna get bumps in the road. It doesn't mean you're not gonna get you know. Hails declined. But i believed in myself and i had hurt. She believed in me and I was right. i did. I bid unseated and said now. They're not convinced her. I said i need someone to thinks like me on the bench with me. I need a partner is. She said i felt like run already. You know she for me. And two years later she brand and she won and we would known as the twins for justice and it bury creative. She watched me on the bench. She saw she said one day she says leonia people come in your or one way is when they leave. They leave a different way. He said it's like they're going into the empowerment zone. Is empower these people. And you know what i should do. That's what the law should not. Just be up to you on that saying that it can't be when it's appropriate but there's also another Used the law. And that's what i was doing. And i call it restorative justice. It's helping which door people though when she got a bitch and i helped train her. You know she did the same thing In her way but she did the same thing Be it you know. I remember her telling me kid who would mess up this old lady. Canaan all over knowledge came. It's not just giving the boy a sign you destroy property you know. There's a lot of respect lady had keeping at white fence white and you went messed it up when leon finished with him. She made him go repaint that fence. You know restore back to what it was understand. He at no of in that house. He apologized and he said anytime she needs me. I will go. It's changing what people are before they come into. I call it a transformative justice and We were doing that and then when she died suddenly two thousand one that that changed everything for me i had to re invent. I was Because we had been together for years and now all the sudden i was low i was alone and yeah i was a judgeship before she gay but we were a team and so after three months of going through grief counseling and all the counseling and a winter. Love went and I said well. God's going to give me the answer. What happens now. Because i really don't know and don't know and if any ever sell lost know and and you just don't know which way you're going kimberly someone who really knows where they're going all the time and now this was the first towns truly lost It within about two months. After i came back i was asked to preside over a drug treatment court and leon and i had talked about. We wanted to do that before. And that's it. I'm gonna do it. And so i did. That was my answer because that was the first time even though i had done restorative justice in my regular courtroom even though i had all these. Jd certificates folks letters. Admitting them into college. I had been changing their lives. They will on a pair. Okay these are people who had given these are people who had been addicted so long that they figured they try before it bakes. It never works them. This is just the way that life's gonna be. I had people who decided maybe deaf. It's better that you know this. This world that they were in is not one they wanna stay and when you have faced with people that are so so downtrodden by life You've got folks who are using prostitution so they can keep their their.
"leonia" Discussed on KTRH
"Something's out there. Someone's out there. Maybe. Will we be able to find out? I don't know. The report burned in God's kind of putting the brakes on in our theme. Yeah, that makes me suspicious. You know when they start pumping the brakes that report due out June 1st, and it's still not out. So what are they doing with that report? I mean, are they going through their young trying to sanitize it a little bit? I don't know. Lou Allesandro was on Fox yesterday he used to work at the Pentagon. So we'll see how carefully he chooses his words. But here's what he had to say about the upcoming Pentagon. UFO report. Well, there's certainly pockets of resistance within the Pentagon, and my concern is that they're not being forthcoming. With the American people about the reality, the program the findings of the program, my role in the program and and, frankly the importance of this topic from a national security perspective. I think the concern for me is that there's a lot of information that still has to see the light of day and their office skating the truth, and, more importantly, they may be doing it to Congress. Which is a whole nother level of deception. Of course, if that is indeed the case, Yeah, it's also illegal. They're required by law to release this information to the Congress and to the public. When can we expect that? And how convinced are you that they're gonna be withholding critical information from that report? Yeah, two things with that Tucker. That report can come out any day, probably any time between next week and June 25th. Hopefully, the reporters what Congress expects, and frankly what Congress deserves. But I'll tell you something of equal importance that I think are our friends in Congress should probably be aware of. And that is the public affairs office. Right now in the United States, Pentagon is is obfuscating and, more importantly, interfering with the Freedom of Information Act process. That is something that is That is in law. So I think that's something every American should be concerned with. Well, and I'm guessing too, that they think they're doing it for our own good right, because we can't handle the truth. Oh, that just really doesn't make for our own good or own good. Yes. Government has always tried to do things for our own good government of the people. Hello. Well, we're just Children. We can't We can't be trusted to take the news. Can't handle the truth. There you go. What movie is that? A few good men. 7. 21. Time for traffic and weather together. Your sky. My Hey, I'll tell you the truth. We've got problems on the freeways. Guys, This is East Tex Freeway South, bound by the big, flashy fiesta at Jensen. That's an extent and they moved it over to the shoulder. But we've got a backup now inbound. Look out from around. 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Let's get you caught up in our top trending stories on this Wednesday your share A good morning, Everyone is South 7 21 on NewsRadio 7 40 ktrh are headlines are sponsored by Texan Bank Houston Methodist, forcing its employees to be vaccinated for covert the mandate those gonna be tested in the courtroom. 117 employees filing suit against the hospital group. A driver's been arrested after crashing into an HPD officers SUV on I 10 East officers sitting in the car at the time of the accident, not seriously hurt. Unclear how fast the other driver was going there when he hit the SUV. Three year old going national over her request for her sad birthday cake is little Leonia asking to have the scene from the lying king where Simba's dad dies. She apparently wanted that scene thinking would make everyone too sad to eat the cake, leaving it offer her what a strategic thinker send her to the Pentagon. The request got the family invited to NBC's Today show for years old. More these stories right now at ktrh dot com. Our next news update is at the bottom of him. From smart phones and TVs, Two desktops, laptops and tablets. Every audio device in this hemisphere. All you have to do is tell your smart device of flight ktrh on I heart radio 7 23 is a time. All right. Well, we've had We've got conservative issues out there. And I guess we're gonna find out come October. Whether not, we're going to get to certain conservative decisions to go along with those conservative issues. Supreme Court will be making some rulings. Gary Pollen joins US TEXAS CONSERVATIVE REVIEW You have your fingers crossed Gary, Or do you think it's good? Some of these? Some of these, they're going to turn out the way conservatives want them to turn out for change. I'm cautiously optimistic. I think that there's opportunity that I think you know if you look back in the history over the last decade, Conservative justices do not move. Quickly. They move slowly. So this thing all will take time. You know, conservative judges respect president and so they could. They just can't ignore president like left wing judges doing just do willy nilly. Whatever they want to do so. Fact they're going to hear the Mississippi abortion restriction right? The Life act, I think is significant and I think they'll be progress there. The conservatives will be happy with and there are other indications. The court is moving to a more conservative bends, but it's still very close. Well, just the fact that they agreed to take on some issues. I mean, this gun does right to carry issue that they're taking on. I mean, they rejected so many in the past doesn't that's kind of tip their hand a little bit. Now, I I actually don't see the court restricting gun used. I think the court respects the Second Amendment, and that's even with a pattern with decisions that were more liberal courts took. So look, if you follow president, the Second Amendment should be secure. Yeah, that's what I was meaning. I was saying just the fact you but they refused to hear some cases. So the fact that they took it up means that you kind of know which way this is going, don't you? Well, you haven't indication but again, you don't really know until the opinion comes out. I think the most significant change in the court is this is the chief justice was more of a swing vote. And if he doesn't vote with the majority than Justice Thomas decides, he writes the opinions and that you know of itself could be significant in terms of conservative advances on issues on the court. Guarantees. If we get some conservative decisions come this fall. How much of a role do you think that would play and Democrats efforts to try to pack the court with that? Just kind of throw another log on that fire? I think it also multiple logs on the fire, but the Democrats problem is they don't have the votes. I don't think On and packing recorded such a radical action. Andre. Think about that The Democrats get away with it. What happens the next time Republicans take control of the Congress and the president? See that could be in 2024. The immediate reaction by the Republicans is gonna be well do they added three. We're gonna add three In the end of this continues down the line. We're gonna have a supreme quiver. That's 25 30 40 people on which no longer is a court. It's a mini legislature and that'll destroy the whole basis of confidence Other people have in the courts. Andre will not be good for the country. Congress could easily take control. I mean, the Republicans could take control of Congress in 2022, Yes, that that's that's the way things were looking given, with the stakes being made so rapidly in the first four months. Either Biden administration Biden. Of course, Rain is a moderate, but he's governing is is that I think out of touch liberal. All right, sir. Always good to talk to you. Thanks for you Time That's from Texas. 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"leonia" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"So you and I talked about this weeks ago You were a hater. I want to see if your opinions changed. So just saw a video tweeted of Cowboys linebacker Jaylon Smith wearing his new number. He is one of the players that moved to a fun number. We've seen a couple players do this. Who was Patrick Peterson did it too. Peterson's gonna wear number two. Believe Something like that. Yeah. Yeah, He's wearing number two. And he's playing for Minnesota. Emmanuel Sanders is gonna wear number one this year. Hmm. Patrick Peterson's wearing number seven, so Have you? Changed your mind. You think still not like the new number rules. I don't like it. I'm not a hater. I don't I just don't like it. I'd rather it not have been changed. I think it's I think that football is in a lot of ways people who grew up watching it. And this I know old man Leonia clouds here, But there is a certain just a platform and their numbers. That's it. Yes, there is a suit certain form of uniformity here. No pun intended that football has a certain structure, How you follow the game and where people line up. Football can be complicated for a lot of people. Not everybody digs into it, like a lot of us do right, and I think it can be confusing to some people. It might take some time. I think over time, it will be fine. But I do think it would cause a little confusion for people who are kind of used to understanding what role certain players play because of the numbers. They were. That's that's the issue. I have It'll be different. I gotta be honest. You didn't know Emmanuel Sanders had switched to number one. It will bring about funny conversations because Each team has its own right standards on what numbers are okay to wear. You know, you and I both want Syracuse. You are 44. You're a big deal. Um There are whether it yourself just stupidly retired. Now, by the way, they should should still be a big deal. They should still used as a recruiting tool. But that's a conversation for another day, of course, was absolute terrible idea. Um You know, you've got into some colleges. You get it. It's some some pro teams. You know what if it's not retired, but instead, it's always it's a It's a thing and I could remember when Cam Newton war number one he got criticized because it was the number one, you know, like, Oh, you think you're a big deal? You say Emmanuel Sanders, where number one, and I think Is he an important enough player for them to wear number one? I feel like he's like him in more of a 10. You know, I like but of course you weren't you want. I mean it. First player to wear number one for the bills since what a kicker upon her You are number one due back. All time bills players to wear number one. I can't think about him. I mean, you can't think of any player that has done it. I mean, I've lived here since 2000. He doesn't want not. One single player is one of the number one since then. Right? Unless it's a punter, that I forgot about it up here. I'd have to look up Jersey number and references but before okay, No, I was wrong. There's a kicker and I do remember him. Mike Hollis. War number one, My Collis, Okay? Yeah, Yeah, yeah. So, but here's Here's the other part about this. Didn't like when they loud receivers to go into the teens. Like to me, I you're receiving were in the eighties like these are the guys who are eligible to catch passes will line up on the outside. That's what you do. Again. It's not. It's not even the number I don't care. I don't care about like Emmanuel Sanders wearing wonder Cam Newton wearing one. Well, it wouldn't affect it there or a receiver wearing a single digit necessarily like the number itself doesn't bother me. It's the change of now. You gotta get used to. OK, These guys have different roles. And what are they playing? And now you're gonna defensive backs who were single digit numbers and receivers and More about the offense, though it really is, by the way I've seen some there's also this is a part of my point. There's been confusion on Um, like when Greg Russo was drafted. What aggregor? So where 15 in college? I think, right? Yeah, and he's wearing number 50. Right. But when Greg Russo was drafted people were tweeting him. Are you gonna wear 15? I'm like he can't that did not change that part of it. This is part of the confusion. Some people think now anybody can wear any number on defense like in college in college. I believe there's no restrictions on defense whatsoever. There are still restrictions Indiana at a lot of positions and on defense. If you're defensive lineman, you still have to believe in being the fifties. Words or nineties, But you know, whatever, but he can't wear 15. That is the issue I have, which is they're making it even more complicated. I think here You know this now? Some have asked. Well, then why does it work in college? Well, college is different because you don't have 53 man rosters You have like over 80 guys on a team and sometimes 100 guys, which means You actually have two of the same number on a roster. That's Yeah. Stuff in training camp. I suppose. Right, Ari? Very in college. Yeah. In college. So what people have asked. Well, why does it work in college that you have to in college? You have too many people. You have to have more numbers available. I don't think this was needed in the NFL. That was the argument. You know why the Chiefs said that they wanted this. The chief's propose it you know what their reasoning was? Self jerseys. No. Reasoning was, they ran out of numbers that practice because of some of the expanded practice squad. E think that's ridiculous..
"leonia" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"I don't know i. I'm going to read one more email here that we got and it's from stephen far should and he says i think stephen i shoot from the smorgasbord podcast that say star trek podcast. Check it out. I think the missing person jimmy woo was looking for. Is martin preston. He was an actor and at some point becomes tv producer and eventually master pandemonium. I think he is the main villain for this series but turns out to be a puppet also be playing the role of quicksilver to get closer to the soul fragments. That he believes belong to him and he needs to break free of does grasp. Here's a little story on him. Martin preston was born in rutland vermont. He was originally an actor who lost an arm and a crash and made a pact with to regain his limb master pandemonium abducted and absorbed thomas and william children of the vision and the scarlet witch. Who were actually two of the soul fragments. He thought he regained and replaced all five missing soul fragments but then collapsed into a magical black hole within himself. Mephisto peered and revealed that the soul fragments sought by masterpass. A million were actually portions of the fees zone fragmented essence not pandemonium as he had been led to believe by. Oh having been spiritually fractured during a confrontation with franklin richards murphy still had us pandemonium to seek out the missing fragments of his own soul rather than expend energy by searching himself master. Pandemonium appearance was changed to inhuman form by the torments in suffered at the hands of re kasha with the assistance of his newfound ally pandemonium sought to capture the scarlet witch the scarlet which with the help of agatha harkness and the avengers fought him off. When pandemonium finally succeeded in kidnapping the scarlet witch young avengers members wicked speed while searching for their mother the scarlet which encountered master pandemonium in their mother's former home in leonia new jersey incorrectly stated to be in cresskill new jersey. He had reverted to more human look and claim to be in hiding. Due to the belief his schemes had helped precipitate the scarlet. Which is breakdown that comes from. Stephen far should nice a lot of interest in research. I hadn't even thought about master pandemonium. I hadn't either. I thought that it was going to be. I don't know i don't jake. I don't know. I keep thinking. I kept thinking that i kept thinking that vision's going to be simon williams. But maybe i don't do it. I don't know at this point. I really don't know i'm just. I'm dying to get these next few episodes and i'm glad that they're still doling them out one at a time everyone. I don't care what everyone fucking thinks about this fucking. Let's get all the episodes dropped it once. Bullshit eight tied that bullshit since the beginning need to back to form for me. It's just such a better viewing experience with a show like this. It is the week to week. I people are just so impatient impatient and they just oh man some of it is just the fun and speculation from week to week and i love were these episodes kind of like and and then we're left with with sometimes even more questions than answers and i fucking have been loving this show so much i i. I will give this episode. I'll give it a high taste it. I and the only reason. I'm giving it a high tasted is because i just i feel like they missed the boat on the eighties. Man i really do. And that's what this show is done. So fucking well is like really encapsulating. The sixty seven fifty sixty s and seventy s and. They feel like they dropped the ball here with a with this eighty s episode. I agree with that..
"leonia" Discussed on WTVN
"And I am State falls short in their quest for a national championship, losing to the top ranked Alabama Crimson Tide 50 to 24 in last night's title game in Miami. But go ahead, Go trying, Day says, now's a good time to step back of the guys on his team need to see their families. Hands. Well, we all just need a break. And you know, we've already started to put together the The schedule for the spring, but but we all need to get away for a while. This has been a long long road. Guys, Mr Families and On. They deserve time to be with them. Quarterback Justin Fields finished with 194 passing yards and a touchdown, but Bama wide receiver Devante Smith had three touchdown catches all in the first half. Smith was named the game's offensive MVP. The House prepares to impeach President Trump for a second time is there are claims president's admitting the fall for his supporters storming Capitol Hill last week. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy says President Trump accept some responsibility for the capital riot. But McCarthy says he doesn't believe impeachment is the right move, saying it will only further divide the country. The House is expected to take up one article inciting an insurrection with a vote plan tomorrow evening. Lawmakers are sure to keep an eye on President Trump's Day as he heads to the Texas border town of Alamo, where he will give his first public appearance nearly a week after the riot that left five people dead. Rachel Sutherland. Fox is a man photographs sitting at a desk and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office during the capital riots due in federal court today, which your Burnett's charged with three criminal counts, and he faces up to a year in prison. If convicted. Fernand identifies himself on social media as a trump supporter and gun rights advocate and FBI warning about potential armed protesters. We get the FBI bulletin alerting law enforcement across the country. But armed protests are being planned at all. 50 state capitols through Inauguration Day intelligence, pointing to an unnamed armed group calling for the storming of government buildings in courthouses if President Trump is removed before January, 20th and CBC news chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas Here in Columbus. The local level piece filing an official complaint. A case of fired Officer Adam Coy, who shot and killed Andre Hill back in December. If Opie President Keith Farrell says they're asking for an extension of arbitration We are waiting to find out those facts from that independent investigation that we all want so we can make our legally bound merit decision and Pharrell added, everyone deserves to hear what happened. The night Hill died. Body Cam footage shows coy opened fire on Hill at his Columbus home December 22nd. Phil was unarmed at the time Clothes police now investigating 11 11 homicides in the 1st 11 days of 2021. The latest incident occurred just after 5 P.m. Monday when officers reported to the area of Leonia Avenue 29 year old Shaniqua Turner was found with a gunshot wound. She was taking a grant medical center but later died, which is to say a friend of Turner's drove her to the address and she was shot as she was walking through the front door. The suspect fled on foot radio 16. W TV END sports This part I updated service, Anthony Thomas John Glib Buckeyes, Ohio State dominated by Alabama, the national title game, falling 50 to 24. The tide rolled up more than 600 yards of offense. Buckeyes, meanwhile, lost trace sermon to a collarbone injury. The very first play of the game Obama takes home It's 18 national title. NFL NEWS. Another head coaching vacancy, this one in Philadelphia. Doug Peterson is fired. Hockey Blue Jackets.
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"In all 50 States and consumer appetite or number 30 35 news time. Meet 04. Now New Jersey one on 1.5 fast traffic. Troubles now on 22 westbound in hillside. It's an accident right by Cornell Place, and the Left Lane is out of service 78 for the most part, a pretty good ride on this Monday evening, Unless you're in the Phillipsburg, Gary and there were looking at a unfortunately, a four mile delay approaching exit number three with an accident involving an overturned vehicle debris spell. Just that shoulder is getting by. 21 South and Clifton, right by Route three. That accident still out there. One lane out of service in James Burgh Road Haul Road is closed both ways. Cranberry South River Road of Dayton Road. That's a crash involving a down utility pole and wires. Same story on 35 South found in Point Beach between Atlantic Avenue and Washington Avenue across the Hudson leaving New Jersey G W. Bridge, Lincoln and Holland in good shape coming back to New Jersey, though Traveling south on 95 away from the George Washington Bridge. Stay at a local lanes in the Leonia area, right by Jackson 71. It's an accident. The left lanes out of service. Grab the express lanes if he can Traffic every 15 minutes. Your next report at 8 18. I'm Mike Barker on New Jersey. One old 1.5, New Jersey when 1.5 news time Ito five. If it's happening in New Jersey, it's happening on New Jersey one a 1.5 The early bird catches the worm. Gross look atyou Europe early and you know when you get two sheets, breakfast sandwiches for $5,.
"leonia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Really appreciate it. Okay, um, on Dan kind of like steps in and starts talking to him and Sam Moon for a minute. Equal finite there while I get your men. My child. Not so soon, and I was like, what's going on and then? Okay, now I understand. And I don't want to answer that questions until I prepare myself to explain to you Uh, Before you cook. I want on a minute to think about it. And yeah, and I wasn't really sure what to think about that. But then This bell started to ring and chief. My other explained that they have a curfew in the village of Leonia on Sundays at 6 P.m. for 15 minutes. Everyone has to stop what they're doing and pray or meditate. Wait. That's the law. This is Oh, yeah, I mean, it's it's not quite law, but it is the rule in this village and some others and it is enforced. And I was talking to the chief 16 PM rolled around and the bell rang, and I was like, Oh, what happens now? And he's like, Well, I just drive around and make sure that everybody's following the curfew, right? Oh, you wanna go for yourself to him? And then he asked me if I wanted to come along with him, and I was like, Yeah, and he was like, Okay, great. Take your card, so we literally got into my car. And I'm holding the microphone for the chief as we're doing the ride along, so if you tell me what ago Okay, we've been way stuff from that site. Okay, and we just went up and down the main street. It's a like Little over. 15 minutes is a very small village street on along the street. There are Young men. They're called the Amarna. The young men's, uh, club. So they these guys just lined the streets here.
Prosecutors: Driver who had seizure, killed 2 kids was warned by doctor not to drive
"With social services and addiction treatment prosecutors in brooklyn say driver who struck and killed two children in march had already been ordered by doctors not to get behind the wheel dorothy bruns was arrested and charged yesterday with manslaughter and other crimes transportation alternatives executive director paul steely white says the charges could send a warning to other drivers with serious medical issues if you drive in a similar fashion you as a driver could also say those kinds of felony charges prosecutors say bruns was hospitalized in january after she had a seizure behind the wheel and at that time doctors told her not to dry for at least a year bronzes attorney didn't respond to a request for comment the borough of leonia new jersey is sticking to its controversial new traffic restriction even though the state attorney general says it has no power to enforce them earlier this year the borrow issued an ordinance to stop outoftowners from using its streets to bypass rush hour traffic near the george washington bridge technically violators are subject to a fine but leonia mayor judah ziglar says his officers are not issuing any citations we said all along this was not about raising money we said all along this was not about ruining people's days with two hundred dollar tickets we said all along this was about addressing technology ziglar says he created the ordinance to block gps apps like google maps in ways from suggesting leonia as a shortcut new yorker ferry writers are taking to the water in greater numbers and into the mayor says the city will spend three hundred million dollars to buy new boats for the ferry system he says while the money won't be available to fix the city subways the boats are important because they reach communities outside of the subway network people in neighborhoods all over the city that were under underserved talk to people in the rockaways talked to people in story ah talk to people in red hook the city says it subsidizes the ferries at a rate of six dollars and sixty cents per rider which is about equal to what the mta pays for the.
L.A. residents complain GPS app Waze is creating havoc
"Neighbors here have seen it all cars flipped over or stall in slipping down the hill they took out my trellis my retaining wall might picket fence it looked like a plane crashed in my front yard it's not just in la gps based apps are creating problems across the country the city of leonia in new jersey solve the problem by restricting side streets to residents only during rush hour which caused ways to remove the shortcuts as for baxter street in l a ways told cbs news that since the city is placed a public road there it should be considered usable within ways neighbors say ways needs to do a better job of warning drivers what's ahead and say the problem can't be curbed sooner now screeching and honking and sirens insanity all the time way says it encourages drivers to report hazardous conditions like steep inclines he might be able to see that motorcyclists he stalled out behind me just a couple of minutes ago the city has installed a sign here warning people about the steep street but i gotta tell you most people aren't looking at that side they're looking up this monster hill jeff while great story carter evans thank you very much coming.