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"lorraine johnson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

09:07 min | Last week

"lorraine johnson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"The gentler radio. Tell it like it is, whether you like a black hole is a 4489 to 2703 on the voice of the community doesn't talk. 13 80 w okay. Way the best music. Another one. DJ Charlie company, even any danger because stop it. Would you stop it? Louis VII call me flying to grieve. I'd walk back to news and top 13 80 Wook shut out to Jeffy always keep us locked and loaded in Greensboro, North Carolina. Taken in wood son is 68 degrees Been listening to you says in 2000 and 10. That's a whole decade, man. You've been with us a long time. So thank you. Uh, Jeff, we appreciate you and let's Who Hell's Ellis out in Oakland, California down in the Bay Area. Thank you, Alice for keeping us locked and loaded down in the bay years, so from California to Kentucky to down in North Carolina, Tar Hill country and all over who else got us locked and loaded. Let us know. Hit me at DB 13 8 at gmail dot com So I can let people know that you're listening. And where you listening from? From Camilla, Georgia. Thank you. Garrick. Garrick is listening in Camilla, Georgia, you we appreciate you all for listening down there and also in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They got us locked and loaded up there. Uh, let's see who this is. Lorraine Johnson. Thank you, Lorraine for listening up in Milwaukee. I don't mean how did I miss all this? I don't know how I miss Olive from Houston, Texas. Woman manners got us locked and loaded in Houston, Texas. I mean, you know 448922703 that dish inside the conversation Also hit me a db 13 80 at gmail dot com. I do not Want to miss acknowledging where you listening? Let's go back to our phone that we talk to Leslie already. Leslie. We had Helen. Okay, I got no, I had the name checked off forgeries. Helen, give us all of the information. A quick updates on the date. Give us what you understand What the count he and George I think I saw somewhere was officially done now and it has been Basically awarded to buying from the secretary of state. I know they are hand counting the ballots. Tell us what you understand That process involves and give us the dates on the critical path on the run up to the runoff, as well as especially election. Has occurred on December 1st. Well, Great. Thank you. Get for having me again. Yes, Georgia has certified. Biden has won Georgia and so of the as you know. Because the late was very close and as because of HD 3 16 that was passed last year. We have as a part of the process is called off. Mm hmm. Whip limiting audit process the kick. Technically, there must be doing a rich limiting audit process as well. So based on that the race that is being audited, of course, is the present sensual. Election cycle so people are now each county is setting up a team to really go. And count can count. Oh, hell, I don't know, because when we say hand count There's no way that somebody is actually picking them paper up looking at account in one at a time. Does that mean? They're just gonna be hand loaded back into the scanner Or what does that really mean? Cause I wouldn't clear on that. Because we got this election. You had what 22 million almost three million people vote. What does that mean? What? What? 4.9 million wow, 4.9 and vote And so are the hand count or they just hand reloading back into the Counting machine. No. No, they're separating. Of course, the ballots. They're put in batches, so they actually for each back They're two people set up in each table. Let's say and for every race that was in the presidential race, each candidate that was in the presidential race. They would have, like, you know, I'm going to look at this ballad. I handed you her literally looking at it. And what I didn't know was that hand count Yeah. It's actually a hand count where it could take forever. I? Well, that's what we they We know it's gonna happen. And the cost of that is gonna be born by a text hairs that do our county. Thank you. But here's what we know. Go ahead. I'm sorry, Helen. Go ahead. I'm sorry. But that's how it happened. You know, if they each team will take them, they will put him in. If one person disagrees. They'll set it aside to be adjudicated by a review panel on that review panel will make a decision as to whether it was cast that That vote was cast for that particular candidate. But let's Mississauga. They manually go back in counter. All right, So let's let's just deal with the process before this hand count, cause I didn't know they would literally hand count. I thought they were gonna just hand him Into the machine again. They're gone. So these all of these ballots? Absentee, um million, however, get there ultimately end up in a machine. Scan, not a scanning machine that calcium. Is that right? When when you go to vote there again in the cannon machine, But for this process here tonight and talk about this process I want I'm just for the sake of argument, although the ballots eventually end up and they go through a machine, because even if you mail your ballot in it is still Elektronik. He clothed coded so that it goes through a machine. And so in mess that machine has 14,000 misread errors on it. And perhaps that is possible. This thing gonna change anything is not gonna change. You know it. I don't think it is election, but November was run better than any election. I've seen. You didn't have many problems. You had a few glitches, but not it makes problems. I think it's been transparent and that people are been engaged in the process. They had. Heart locked people, Paul New poll workers all of that, so, but I don't think it will know because if that system can change 14,000 votes It will have the change a slew of local votes and everything else, but they love the day pass allows them on Lee, which was if you're gonna pass of law scrutiny if you will. Daniel won't scrutinize the whole ballot. You on the one scrutinizes one race because 14,000 could undo a number of races, particularly a statewide races. There were no 14,000 different between us off or who would have got in to run off and the other race. But here's what want to do. I'm glad cause I learned I didn't think it was actually hand count. But now that you said it is that's very labor intensive than people gonna be up all day and all night. To try to get to some level of, you know, counting here will come back. I want you just run the dates for us, so people know when they can order Electra, a absentee ballot. How they can order one when they can vote in the fifth Congressional district. All of that information will come back. We'll let Helen wrap wrap it all up for Helen Butler's Give us all of these dates, wrap it up between the brake run and get you a pen and paper so you'll know This is your civic engagement. Civic lessons for today will be back on news and talk. 13 80 wook breaking news. Sports weather We're live from the W A o k newsroom news and talk 13 84 you A okay? NBC.

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"lorraine johnson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

07:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"lorraine johnson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"It like it is whether you like a black hole is a 4489 to 2703 on the voice of the community News and talk. 13 80 w okay. Way the best music. Another one. DJ Callie Comey. Even anything ninja Because stop it. Would you stop it, Louis via Call me. Why you are creative. I'd walk back to news and talk 13 80 Wook shut out to Jeff. He always keep us locked and loaded in Greensboro, North Carolina. Check in Inwood son. It's 68 degrees been listening to you says in 2000 and 10. That's a whole decade, man. You've been with us a long time. So thank you. Uh, Jeff, we appreciate you and less. Who, Hell's Ellis out in Oakland, California down in the Bay area. Thank you. Ellis for keeping us locked and loaded down in the bay years, so from California to Kentucky to down in North Carolina, Tar Hill country and all over who else got us locked and loaded. Let us know. Hit me at DB 13 80 at gmail dot com So I can let people know that you're listening. And where you listening from from Camilla, Georgia. Thank you, Garrick. Garrick is listening in Camilla, Georgia, you we appreciate you all for listening down there, and also in Milwaukee, whist constant. They got us locked and loaded up there. Let's see who this is. Lorraine Johnson. Thank you, Lorraine for listening up in Milwaukee. I don't mean how did I miss all this? I don't know how I miss Alden from Houston, Texas. Woman. Meena has got us locked and loaded in Houston, Texas. I mean, you know 448922703 that dish inside the conversation Also hit me a db 13 80 at gmail dot com. I do not Want to miss acknowledging where you listening? Let's go back to our phone that we talked to Leslie already. Leslie. Oh, we had Helen. Okay, I got no, I had the name checked off for reason. Helen, give us all of the information. A quick updates on the date. Give us what you understand What the count he and George I think I saw somewhere was officially done now and it has been Basically awarded to buying from the secretary of state. I know they are hand counting the ballots. Tell us what you understand That process involves and give us the dates on the critical path on the run up to the runoff, as well as especially election that's occurring on December 1st. What? Great Thank you, Dad for having me again. Yes. Georgia has certified. Biden has won Georgia and so of the as you know. Because the race was very close. And as because of HB 3 16 that was passed last year. We have as a part of the process of Mm hmm. With limiting audit process the pick. Technically, there must be doing a rich limiting audit process as well. So based on that the race that is being audited, of course, is the present sensual. Election cycle so people are now each county is setting up a team to really go. And count can count. Oh, hell, I don't know, because when we say hand count There's no way that somebody is actually picking them paper up looking at accountant in one at a time. Does that mean? They're just gonna be hand loaded back into the scanner Or what does that really mean? Cause I wouldn't clear on that. Because we got this election. You had what 22 million almost three million people vote. What does that mean? What? What? 4.9 million wow, 4.9 and vote And so are the hand count or they just hand reloading back into the Counting machine. No. No, they're separating. Of course, the ballots. They're put in batches, so they actually for each back there. Two people set up in each table. Let's say And for every race that was in the presidential race, each candidate that was in the presidential race they would have, like, you know, I'm going to look at this ballad a handed You are her literally looking at it. And what I didn't know it was a hand count. Yeah. It's actually a hand count where that could take forever. I? Well, that's what we they We know it's gonna happen. And the cost of that is gonna be born by a text Shares that throughout county thank you. But here's what we know. Go ahead. I'm sorry, Helen. Go ahead. I'm sorry. But that's how it happened. You know, if they each team will take him, they were put a man. If one person disagrees. They'll set it aside to be adjudicated by a review panel on that review panel will make a decision as to whether it was cast that That vote was cast for that particular candidate. But let's Mississauga. They manually go back in counter. All right, So let's let's just deal with the process before this hand count, cause I didn't know they would literally hand count. I thought they were gonna just hand him into the machine again. They go. So these all of these ballots Absentee, um, million, however, get there ultimately end up in a machine. Scan, not a scanning machine that calcium. Is that right? When when you go the vote there again in the candy machine, but But this process here. No, I ain't talked about this process I want. I'm just for the sake of argument, although the ballots eventually end up and they go through a machine, because even if you mail your ballot in it is still Elektronik. He clothed coded so that it goes through a machine. And so in mess that machine has 14,000 misread errors on it. And perhaps that is possible. This thing gonna change anything is not gonna change. You know it. I don't think it is the collection, but November was run better than any election. I've seen. You didn't have any problems. You had a few glitches, but not it makes problems. I think it's been transparent and that people are been engaged in the process they had. Heart locked people, Paul New poll workers all of that, so, but I don't think it will know because if that.

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"lorraine johnson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:57 min | 2 months ago

"lorraine johnson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I've got a few of my house. I know exactly what you mean. But here the president is awesome. All right, Keep it here. We've got Mohr and any other news. I'm sure really will have very, very light like moments ago. Latest of president being freed from the White House flying overhead any moment now, right over W l and you'll hear it right here on your favorite. W L F M Woodbridge more than ever depend on 105.9 l. A cumulus stations news now they'll news at 5 30 I Maria leave President Trump will be spending a quote few days and Walter Reed Hospital after contracting the Corona virus, according to The Associated Press. The visit is precautionary. President Trump will work from the hospital's presidential suite, which is equipped to allow him to continue his official duties. He is waiting to be taken there right now. The chopper right now outside the White House, waiting to bring him Fox's John Robert has a statement from the president doctor that was released a short time ago. Dr Connelly writing following PCR confirmation of the president's diagnosis, and this is the test where they stick that swab way. Way. Way up your nose as a precautionary measure, he received a signal. A gram dose of Regeneron's Polly clonal anti bodies. This is an experimental drug that has not yet received FDA approval that just finishing up phase three trials. The president has been taking zinc vitamin D, which boosts the immune system from Odin's, which is a generic form of Pepsi melatonin to help him sleep in a daily aspirin hasn't this afternoon the president remains fatigued, but in good spirits, he's being evaluated by a team of experts. Again. That's John Roberts is the White House as the president waits to head to Walter Reed for a few days as demands for police, her former maid nation. Why there's debate in the Alexandria City schools about the role of school resource officers, students and I do not feel secure because of the situation that is happening. NATIONAL T. C. Williams High School sophomore Carlos Lobos urged the Alexandria City school board last night to end its agreement allowing school resource officers in school buildings having police Crispin and our school causes the students off cautious dress inside student representative to the board. Lorraine Johnson doesn't think they need toe end the agreement. We just need to revive that. We need better training for these officers. The board will vote a future meeting. Heather Curtis Sandoval, you Emma Allen. W e mail dot com Fairfax County striving to hang on to the limited, affordable housing that it has C areas with very I need lower levels of opportunity. Higher levels of vulnerability right alongside other areas that are driving Carla Bruise the Fairfax County chief equity officer, and it's not just Fairfax County's his realtor Eric Stewart of the Eric Stewart Show here on W..

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"lorraine johnson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:21 min | 2 months ago

"lorraine johnson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"We announced that Vince involving the president will be moved to a virtual feting or postponed. But campaign senior advisor Corey Lou in Taos Ski says that does not mean voters won't see you're here from the president. The president has been masterful over the last six years of getting his message directly to the American people. Whether it's through his Social media activities. Twitter, Facebook Instagram etcetera window, he says. The president also routinely calls into TV interviews. Democratic nominee Joe Biden is campaigning today in Michigan after his campaigns is the former vice president tested negative for the Corona virus. Jarrod Halpern, Fox News and biting Good tweet about the president and first lady's diagnosis, saying, quote Jill and I send our thoughts to President Trump and first lady Melania Trump for a swift recovery. We will continue to pray for the health and safety of the president and his family Unquote, the chair of the Republican National Committee, meanwhile, also testing positive for the virus. Rana McDaniels positive test came last Wednesday. RNC spokesman Steve Guests as the chairwoman. Gotta test after a family member came up positive. The New York Times reports. McDaniel was last in contact with the president last Friday. She's been in her Michigan home since Saturday. McDaniel to me this morning wishing the president and first lady a speedy recovery. We're praying for you. Rachel Sutherland's Fox News has demands for police reform or made nationwide debate in the Alexandria City schools about the role of school resource officers. Students and I do not feel secure because of the situation that is happening. NATIONAL T. C. Williams High School sophomore Carlos Lobos urged the Alexandria City school board last night to end its agreement allowing school resource officers in school building. Having police first, and our school causes the students off culture, stress and anxiety. Student representative to the board. Lorraine Johnson doesn't think they need toe end the agreement. We just need to revise that we need better training for these officers. The board will vote in a future meeting Heather Curtis and W W e mail dot com Virginians will have an opportunity to voice their views on who the state should honor after a statue. Of Confederate General Robert E. Lee has replaced at the U. S. Capitol, the commission for Historical Statues in the capital Right meet Remotely next Thursday. We'll discuss of process we're still letting a statue to replace Virginia statue of Lee in the Statuary Hall collection. The panel will also hold at least one public hearing before making a recommendation to the General Assembly. Harvey Weinstein has been charged with additional sex crimes in L. A. The disgraced former Hollywood producers currently serving a 23 year prison term in New York. Earlier this year Jury in Manhattan found Harvey Weinstein guilty of two felony sex crimes against two women, now the district attorney in Los Angeles, who already charged Weinstein with sexually assaulting two women in Beverly Hills. Back in 2013 and another woman back in 2010 is adding new, even older charges He's now accused of raping another woman in between September 2004 in 2005. Live at a hotel in Beverly Hills and raping another woman twice between November 2009 and 2010. Weinstein, scheduled to be extradited from Buffalo, New York to Los Angeles in December. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News Jacking Your Money. The Dow's Down 52 points the S and P 500 down 19, the NASDAQ Down 209. W E mail, traffic and weather. Next.

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Pawpaw Fruit Facts

Urban Forestry Radio

07:19 min | 11 months ago

Pawpaw Fruit Facts

"Let's dig into today's topic. Paul can we start with you You heard my story about how I discovered. Papa's thanks to you How did you discover? Papa's well I stood. Discovered Papa's in the native of trees of Canada. I discovered them on a page. Not In reality. Unfortunately I grew up in a family that was in the produce business My both my grandfathers this were farmers Where we're in the Agra in the native you know in the native Place for Papa's grew or still grow but I had never tasted them mhm nor heard of them and it piqued my interest so much because we had always Prided ourselves on being the first to taste everything that came into the market and new member. One Re Pini Dini came in and went Avocados came into the market and when kiwifruit and star fruit and all. Those things first appeared here And this it was the kind of our native exotic that I had never experienced. So it was part of a schoolyard naturalization pro project and really part of more broadly of using native plants to restore habitat. And so there is there is that broader Value of these trees while of course because they are native They're co evolved with all the insects and diseases that That are here. so they're not susceptible to them and and they host Many important species as well so tell me something so you read about it in a book there. Was this naturalization project in your neighborhood or something. What did you guys do? You never heard about the train you go and you buy it and you plant. or how did that happen well. This was the early nineties so for me. The early days of the of the Internet and I did track someone down through through the interweb of that day. You know very very BA barebones in those days And found some of the Niagara and into we had just you know we were. We're lucky we had just moved into a new home. We had a front yard. That was kind of a had been lawn and of course we didn't want to have lawn anymore. We don't have any lawn and it's such a such a poor use of the small space that we had in in urban setting So we wanted to plant it with native trees stories and We also wanted to scare the view to our neighbor across the street and When I came home we came home? Not with two trees but with two sticks As my partner so kindly So kindly described them and so it took about ten years. Oh my gosh. So th the next ingredient is patients it is. It's really a slow food. Okay it's very slow so it took Tennessee. You plant these trees. Your partner is okay with it. Look like two little sticks What did they look like as they were growing up? As you're nurturing these two little sticks what are they looking. I think the first thing that I notice about them was just so how distinctive the leaves czar. They look like no other tree and I have had a number of people Just walked down the sidewalk and look at them and then the bravest among them go like what tree is that. I think I know all the trees but I've never seen something with such a long feather shaped leaf And you know my my friend. Who spent a lot of time in America around Cacao Trees Religious Jew really notes. How similar they are to cow as well in their structure so they are a very unique looking tree And the and then a when the blossoms came out the blossoms are also fascinating as well. They're very dark Maroon Maroon color I believe they're mimicking meet because they are pollinated by midges That are attracted blow flies. which are attracted to dead meat? So what do they smell like. Do they smell like dead meat. So if you don't smell like dead meat they are the the. They are a little acrid smelling rolling. They're they're certainly not fragrant like an apple blossom right okay so you plant this tree and you're hanging in there and you're waiting mm-hmm and you're waiting you're waiting did you at some point. Did you almost lose your enthusiasm for this. Great idea of planting palm tree. No I think we're there. There are many other things going on and I was very hopeful and I and it was just as I was reading more and more of the work that Lorraine Johnson was doing and other other great Authors were doing around native plants and I would start accumulating references to pop. Aw and when and the more I read about dumb and the and the more I read descriptions of of their flavor the more we just couldn't lose interest because I was just kind of salivating every year and then there is frustration because for a couple of years we got some blossoms but no fruit set and so actually getting pollination especially on isolated trees in in an area where there's really no native no no other surrounding trees that could cross pollinate with them. It took a long time so finally the day comes that you start to see fruit for me. Tell me about what year was that and what was going on for you. That was two thousand and four. I I was involved in agriculture. At that point I was working in the wine industry Saw Back and forth in Agra Lot and really felt that I was kind of telling the the the agricultural story in our urban setting and this was another part of that story And so as they foreign we got very excited. I why did you know the the small. The small mammals do like to climb up and down the trees and sometimes knocked them off before they're fully ripe so that was a little bit of a frustration. Especially when you're you know and we would count the fruits right at the end of his own fifteen this year you know. And then and then there's attrition through the whole season right and but when those first fruits did ripen and you could smell their ripe and you could feel they were right They became very highly price in our in our in jealously guarded. Oh Yeah Y.. Y within our household as well yes okay so in your household old guy. Your first ripe fruit. Is this actually the first time you taste papa. Your own fruit yes. I had never had that point. There were no I. I hadn't yet to see them at farmers markets Forbes wild foods does have some now and now there are some other farmers who are growing them in in a more more commercial quantities. But at that point not at all so what did you think I was just blown away. The the flavor is so mystifyingly defying Li exotic so tropical in its character The texture is so silky and smooth and as they get ripe they get this. Really really beautiful. Creme Brulee characters a bit of a roasted character to them that is just really satisfying and really enhance and attractive. And and then of course you want to multiply your pleasures by sharing them. So that's really what I started to do. Work through slow food and other organizations to you want to really share share the beauty of the of that

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"lorraine johnson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"lorraine johnson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And small across the country shoppers of a serious ilk are pumped let anyone who gets in the way of the buyer beware at Macy's in New York exam I form the light so every civilized we gotta get what we want but CBS is making but he's devises there are options to getting up in the middle of the night to be the first on line it's going to be a little bit less frantic than last year Wall Street journal retail reporter Serra NASA our says more people are opting to shop from their cozy couch for the first time the majority of U. S. consumers fifty four percent say they will do most of their holiday shopping online only about thirty six percent plan to shop on Black Friday this year down from fifty one percent in twenty sixteen still the thought from a shopper to the new toys R. us in the shopping Mecca of Paramus New Jersey our CBS news update I'm but missed the CBS news time is four thirty two the Alameda county office of education held it's third graduation for its opportunity academy just in time for thanksgiving KCBS reporter Bob Butler says ninety students between the ages of eighteen and sixty four were rewarded with their high school diplomas Canada offers an opportunity chief of schools Monica ball we have individuals who are returning to school had previously does for a variety of reasons we were right Regus dropped out of salient real high just to give you a gauge dropped out I just had to start workin provide for my family so then from there you know just just the myself off is a lot for me means you know stepping stone and I'm just going to pass pretty much open doors for me in my career he is now a high school graduate indecisive diploma just opened so much for me we want to I wanna get electrical work IBEW find I. five as well look Lorraine Johnson moved here from New Jersey years ago and raised a family it means that I can further my education I get to go to college it means that I can encourage young people to get it while they're young and you know just a waste time it means a lot to me in San Leandro but Butler KCBS people affected by dramatic wild fires in Australia have joined young environmentalists to protest the government's stance on climate change the protests in Australian cities today kicked off a global day of action this is ahead of next week's gathering of governments to discuss tackling global warming Janet Reynolds who joined a protest in Sydney said she lost everything in a fire storm that raced through her properties further rallies were planted cities worldwide including Washington London Berlin and the dread where the climate talks will begin on Monday women heart is in a race to save lives heart disease is the number one killer of women is eighty percent venom if you know the facts millions of women are living with or at risk of different types of heart disease like a fish which is a type of irregular heart beat it affects both women and men but women.

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"lorraine johnson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"lorraine johnson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The myself off his love for me means you know stepping stone and I'm just going to pass pretty much open doors for me in my career he is now a high school graduate in a sizeable plan which is an open so much for me we want to I wanna get electrical work IBEW find I. five as well look Lorraine Johnson moved here from New Jersey years ago and raised a family it means that I can further my education I get to go to college it means that I can encourage young people to get it while they're young and you know just a waste time it means a lot to me in San Leandro but Butler KCBS seven people were displaced by fire at an apartment building in Fairfield this morning the two alarm fire was reported just before eleven AM at the building on Gregory lane your park lane firefighters responded and had that blaze under control in about forty five minutes to units one of which was vacant was damaged in that fire while two others had water damage and one had damage from cruise trying to get to those flames five adults and two children were displaced along with two cats and a dog in the American red cross is helping them no one was injured in this fire which appears to be in an accident and not at all related to any thanksgiving cooking will Fairfield woman and two small children who'd been reported missing since Sunday have been found safe in panel today seventy four year old center younger two grandchildren were last seen this past weekend and that made people launch a wide search after a few sightings of young sedan early this morning along I eighty the CHP reported around ten AM the three were found more information about where they've been since Sunday has not been released well we'll talk about why health will be important to the young warriors before hitting the road in just about one minute with Joe the holidays are here and so are the savings Hey it's on a grant of the bay area D. G. DZ Mazdoor and during our black Freddie everyday sales of that no one will offer more aggressive.

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"lorraine johnson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"lorraine johnson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Radio dot com app in all three of the bay area's news station the C. B. S. setting up some quotes today a slight chance of some rain and maybe a thunderstorm or two with our highs today in the forties and fifties good morning I'm Susan Kennedy and here's what's happening on this thanksgiving morning hundreds of volunteers are serving thousands of meals to the needy in San Francisco today KCBS is Tim Ryan reports there's a new twist to this year's thanksgiving glide serving more than two thousand meals breakfast followed by the big traditional ham and Turkey with everything else and there's a very different approach this year explains glide chief impact officer curial noon meal deliveries we're going out to people where they are so we have a bunch of mobile out reaching inside to go to other neighborhoods which are hill have his valley Bayview hunters point two who are where where people are living in poverty and who are living who are food insecure and we're trying to meet them where they are with food in the services and it's a whole new way of approaching the the situation and it's not just today it's every day glide delivering not just warm nutritious meals but also offering harm reduction services to those they encounter among the hundreds of volunteers the mayor the police and fire chief and area supervisor backing outside like Methodist church in San Francisco's tenderloin neighborhood Tim Ryan KCBS tell me the county office of education held it's third graduation forts opportunity academy just in time for thanksgiving KCBS as well but the reports ninety students between the ages of eighteen and sixty four have been a rewarded with their high school diplomas Canada offers an opportunity chief of schools Monaco ball we have individuals who are returning to school had previously does right we were right Regus dropped out of salient real high just had a kid and young age dropped out I just had to start workin provide for my family so then from there you know just just the myself off his love for me means you know stepping stone and I'm just going to pass pretty much open doors for me in my career he is now a high school graduate again as I saw the plan which is an open so much for me we want to I wanna get electrical work IBEW find I. five as well look Lorraine Johnson moved here from New Jersey years ago and raised a family it means that I can further my education I get to go to college it means that I can encourage young people to get it while they're young and you know just a waste time it means a lot to me in San Leandro but Butler KCBS a discovery made off the coast of Big Sur KCBS is Jennifer Hodges reports bring Bach biologists have found a dead whale on the sea floor find that's led to the discovery of a new species usually of a whale is found on the ocean floor it's bones only but this was a full whale blubber and all and marine biologists say that's an important distinction because that allows other marine life to feed off it it really it puts a ton of energy into the ecosystem itself and per 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"lorraine johnson" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

06:17 min | 2 years ago

"lorraine johnson" Discussed on Ideas

"Certainly, when he was a teenager we had to repeatedly call the police on him. We were actually in a first name basis with pretty much every single one of the officers. Yeah, Kevin would punch holes in the walls. He would kick holes in the walls and remember one time we were arguing about something or other. I don't even remember what it was. He had his phone in his hand. He threw it down on the ground shattered, and he looked straight in the face and said, look what you did. Mom look what you did. Goodness, this must of really your self esteem though, as a mother. I mean, it must have taken a massive head. Yeah, I what did I do? Where did I go wrong? What didn't I do? What should I have done? Is it my fault? And this went on probably actually over well over a decade, like right at bedtime. That was when he would love to demand whatever it was. He was demanding because he thought bedtime was a really, really great time to do that. And there would be nights that we would be up for hours to say, no, no, no, no. My husband actually ride media today that we used to sleep in shifts so that one of us could deal with Kevin while the other one got some sleep. Up until that time. Did he get different diagnoses. Oh, we love to call alphabet soup. The first thing that he was diagnosed with was attention deficit without the hyperactivity part. And every doctor we saw seem to agree on that. Actually, you know, the doctor that we were seeing at that point said that she thought it might be OD which is opposite defiant disorder, but you never really officially diagnosed him. We did go see a doctor who gave him a diagnosis of Asperger's. He did that so that Kevin could get services because you get special education services if you have an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis. So the doctor gave them an Spurs diagnosis. He could get services but kept talking about mostly lack of empathy in recent years. There's been some talk about a connection between psychopathy and onto them. Lorraine Johnson fines. Any such connection problematic as it may artificially inflate the numbers of kids, and it may also lead to fewer kids who should be diagnosed with callous and unemotional traits. Lorraine Johnson says, treatment will not work because the two disorders are only superficially similar. Absolutely. Autism has some trees overlap with psychopathy, like lack of empathy, but hap- and you know, the Saint schism might see, but Janez lean my expedients. It's a social communication disorder. People who I've worked with who have autism actually won't to function life. They would really quite lake to have relationships. There's no a sadistic ailment. Nick societally the m- the often highly. By the fact that he can actually function the that they would like to function and the not necessarily charming a, the lack social in Saint and social awareness. They'll be quite blunt about that. Inappropriate thoughts and feelings as quite transparent people in the path expect a more chairman than more deceitful than more manipulative. And in the not really particularly troubled by the functioning and say, the other people troubled by function and all the psychiatric diagnoses can overlap. So their symptoms run through many, many diagnoses, but just overlap of one symptom doesn't mean to see the same disorder. If you like, sue, the lack of empathy. Autism shouldn't really be taken to mean thing. I don't think about that elephants of Saco Pathy to that Peirce just core cutting symptom that occurs them both conditions, right? And also, I guess the child sometimes perhaps children with. Empathy deficits are diagnosed with autism. It's more comfortable deficit gays. I imagine most if not many individuals to to have a child legal with autism, it'd be by far more preferable to having a child labeled as a psychopath. I was out in the garden. It was a beautiful summer day and I was digging. I think it was digging my kale and Kevin comes out into the backyard. And that point I had a lanyard around my neck that carried all of the keys to everything in our house. At that point, we had locks on every single door in the house except for Kevin's because Kevin was constantly stealing things to sell them. For think at that point, he was doing drugs. He was smoking a lot of pot. I mean, it wasn't anything too serious. He would steal electron IX. He would come into our bedroom at night while we were sleeping, and you know, try to go through our purse or wallet. So that point we had locked every single door. But we had taken away his biker skateboard and we'd locked it in the back shed and. He had already tried to Jimmy the lock, and he came out to try to get the key from around my neck so that he could get into the shed and he's chasing me around the back yard. And at this point he's taller than I am. He weighs more than I do and he's running after me. And he said.

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"lorraine johnson" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

10:28 min | 2 years ago

"lorraine johnson" Discussed on Ideas

"Wow. School. I wanna ask you a lamentable school as we had to move around. So often I think he went to four or five different lamentably schools. He got kicked out of a private school. The teacher told the headmaster of the school that either he kicked Kevin out or she was going to quit. Actually at one point. Oh, I'd forgotten all about this. But at one point, one of the kids in the classroom actually said, who hates Kevin, raise your hand and all the kids in the classroom racer hand. And that was the point at which we took him out of that school. Did he feel their hate. You know, I don't know. That's a really. That's a really good question. I, I've never asked him. I don't know if he noticed or felted or. If you would even care. What did he do elementary school that. Brought this on. He would choke kids. He would hit kids. He would steal stuff all the time all the time. I mean he would do things like steal people's pencils, right? Something stupid, like a pencil. And so it got to the point where if something was missing, of course, Kevin did it, he didn't always, but it was always there. I go to Kevin lived in middle plus home environment. Oh, yeah. Yeah, very much. So to parents who love him middle class. Educated people. You know, he ate organic food. We listen to NPR. Oh gosh, that's right. We didn't even. We didn't even have television until he was five. So any of those things that you would think of as. Things that would make a child that way. Just. That's not what was going on in. I'm Paul Kennedy and on CBC radio one Sirius XM. You're listening to ideas. You can also find us at CBC dot CA, slash ideas where you can get our podcast and you can stream all of our episodes on the radio player, Canada. The mystery of the psychopath. Does he emerged from childhood trauma or broken brain circuitry or both? This question is vexed researchers for years university of New Mexico. Psychology professor neuroscientist Ken keel is one of them. He became the first scan the largest group of psychopath brains. In the world. He tells ideas producer, Mary O'Connell about the results. This is the final hour of creating conscience, a history of treating the site, the path. It was the first studies ever published on how the psychopathic brain is different than you know nonsense about the brain. We have been able to scan over four thousand inmates in research studies from juveniles two females to forensic psychiatric patients. Mostly males, mostly men. Tell me about this IKEA Pathak brain. Well, so we've learned through these MRI studies that the brains psychopaths have less gray matter. So basically thinking about the brain like a muscle, but they have less gray matter, less muscle tissue in most of the parts of known as the limbic circuitry and the limbic circuitry is the emotional kind of cognitive control or help moderate your behavior circuitry, there's about four to seven percent less gray matter across this band of tissue in those that's behind psychopathy versa. Those score low, the whole limbic system appears to be for whatever reasons, just different. And I like to a muscle, right? So if you have atrophy in a muscle, you're not going to be as strong as Billy lift as much and the same things the brain. If you have less tissue up there, it's not going to be a strong, right? And I suppose there's been a lot of analogies that it's like the psychopath is colorblind, right? This brain different. So you can describe the. Red, they'll never see it. Yeah, it was actually like it was Henry Mosley used term just as are individuals who are tone deaf and cannot tell the differences between different tones and as our people who are colorblind, can't see various colors. There are also individuals who are morally blind who just don't appreciate the the value or the differences in different types of moral situations. And that's what he was referring to moral insanity, and that was the condition. And the term that was used at the time to talk about psychopathy is that it was a Kintu to this just a complete inability to follow any appropriate, social or moral norms and psychopaths can be seen as being completely immoral. Research is focusing more and more on the brain these days. And there's no question that a brain disorder can contribute to psychopathy, but countless studies have also shown a connection between childhood trauma and psychopathy. Loraine Johnson is a clinical and forensic psychologist at the center. For youth and criminal Justice at the university of Strathclyde Glasgow. She thinks applying the word psychopath to children and youth implies that they only have a biological issue and she worries that may take the focus off their early trauma. I'm hugely what he's that's an illegal told, I think, should be used lately. It's Noah Liebknecht diagnosis that should be given by annual and other than someone who's highly trained and able to consider the who'll range of plays intentions and people develop and become who they are. I think as useful construct and for some people as usefully to conceptualize how the function. But I think we add high risk of labeling what example, someone is a psychopath actually. They may have the most harrowingly expediencies have been brutally traumatized. And victimize for most of the life. And because of the impact of that trauma, the shoe signs and symptoms of a pair senility that is linked to psycho police, of example, emotional blunt Tang, or the inability to empathize. These can be the caused by severe trauma to think that an essay to that would prefer to leibel people as psychopaths as opposed to intervening in preventing trauma is really what innings take the field Tobago blamed and potentially dark alley because enough to to assume that someone is just biologically program to behave in that we think is really concerning. I was curious. I wondered in the hundreds of cases of Adelaide scence who've been referred to Lorraine Johnson over twenty five years where there's some who seemed like their brains were just different. Yes, at least two, two people that I am certainly experiences Fadi eighty. And I thought the psycho Pathy flea Mark was was useful to conceptualize them. Now Lorraine, did you have a physiological reaction to them? And I did, I suppose, vani baited year a for me to really think very much, you know, you're trained and you'd expedients, but I think I've said they fail fearful. It was a freight fail that you know that I was fairly cautious and obey that is very vague unusual. I don't. I don't really take and to have that kind of reaction. Now, was this a case of the hair in the back of your next adding up. Yeah, really think that is a something in humans, animals, you know, there's instinct and I think that is something that a b. depend upon when we are in a situation, we will maybe rescue. We were confused by or. Perplexed their sales, what the dynamic is. You, you wouldn't use the word evil to describe them. No, I I think the who these name involved in this professions to promote it comes and entail people. So we didn't want to use negative language, but there is something a. That pulled nece. That is a real absence of connection, social connection and absence of emotion that I think colloquially in an elite perspective might be import. You may describe imagine evil to be, but you know, video cautious and using that what my sale. Well, it would be very difficult. Obviously, these two boys are more like needles in a haystack. Right? And that you wouldn't want to over-focus on them right. Absolutely. Steinle never do the job if it was just that process of diagnostic criteria that for had someone written off for the day of the life, I think that holy Rome. So I think it's in shooting that we use all of our knowledge to because by hail ping offenders, we religious the number of victims society benefits from that as well. We do know that trauma can change the brain. It can damage it. So therapy can attempt to tackle the trauma. However, Lorraine Johnson's point is okay, then if the root causes biological, what then what's the treatment, especially protein ages. certainly,

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"lorraine johnson" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"lorraine johnson" Discussed on Ideas

"The idea that children or adults are born that way gets everyone off the hook. That's what forensic psychologist. Dr. Jeffrey small believes if it's biology, treatment won't work as there's nothing to be done and the more lurid the crime, the more sensational it can become. That's what crime writer, Eric ambler explored in some of his work. It's a two way street in our culture, the audience and the villain. Dr Jeffrey small and provides an example from anglers own life, a very well known crime in England that occurred. I believe in nineteen twenty four where young man named Patrick Mayon who of all things was employed as a soda fountain salesman at the time when he killed and dismembered his mistress. And it was a much publicized case inning. England and ambler was growing up there at the time in ambler tells the story of going to the scene of the crime because in his fifteen year olds way, he thought that there was something useful for him to be discovered in getting that close to the scene of where this extrordinary infamous acted taken place. And he talked about the shock that he experienced when got there to see the huge gaggle of curiosity seekers, who were rummaging after bits of side, as I recall and some some kind of souvenir and ambler said, you know, I wondered what, what is that about? And is, is this sort of sheen of civility that people wear that we see in one another every day, kind of velvet exterior that covers something much more primitive that would suggest that there is more overlap than we would like to admit between us and the people who would commit crimes like Patrick man's and those anecdotes. Raise fascinating for me anyway. Questions about what it is those people are after when they're collecting souvenirs like that. That was then the nineteen twenties. But this is now Google searches for the word psychopath have mushroomed since the start of the new century, I asked Lorraine Johnson, what gifts? Well. That's quite concerning. I think came the popularity of the constant is portrayed in movies or media is a neat. We organizing the good and bad in society, and it will help people. I think, race deceive, you know, a psychopath so there for your good yada psychopath. Who there for your bats, you know, used to say incision life stories used an unhelpful. We, I think came that was some big Autry Celebi in using it under psychopath to be successful you. So there's all these different angles that promotes the use of Tam. And I think it's actually because people don't really understand the pathology behind that had been so many Google searches on trauma attachment because that would be a much more productive Idia to look. And I suppose the most banal example is you see this all the time how to spot a psychopath or. Or take the psychopath test? Yes. Are you a psychopath. I just find that a polling for me. For example, if I was comfortable using the Tatum before I do that, I would conduct many mayors of interviewing, but the person themselves maybe then to lots of people who knew them to lick older background records, then I would probably engage in a discussion with peer just to make sure I wasn't any bias or messing nothing before. I would say that that was the label that was the based fit. So for me, the notion that you can with the Tatum question identified for the of psychopathic traits or no, is just ludicrous and dangerous. He do. It's really interesting. Mary I was I was playing some app on my tablet last night and this and comes across for this thing called. I think it's killer hunter, and it's a service where you sign up thirty bucks a month, and you get to quote unquote hunt, serial killers. So you get photographs, you get letters and and timelines and whatever, and you're supposed to solve the mystery. And in the ad they show this little boy cutting apart teddy bear dissecting. I think he's like humming happily or something, and I'm thinking, okay, all these people will pay thirty dollars a month to pretend to hunt a serial killer, but we can't get funding for treatment for these kids before they turn out like that fuel and fodder for our fantasies. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I'm, I'm actually tearing up as we're talking about that. It's it's. It is so heartbreaking because we are so entertained by the psychopath and we don't. I almost wonder if we don't want to cure them. They. Yeah. I mean, I, that's the only thing I can think of. Right.

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