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Fresh update on "marjorie" discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

01:41 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "marjorie" discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Worse. Mexican suggestions Jim is going to be very. I try to take them all to Heart GonNa make a suggestion send you I have a CD of the history of governments that have fallen. I think you'd find that the be uplifting. I'll send it to you this weekend. I want it back obviously but I'll. Be About Czar Bolsheviks. Maybe just wade it'll be in your Defies okay. Okay, we are done. We are done. Much. For Tuning in today we get all your complaints earlier today. No software the come on. Really. Go ahead. Tune in Monday for the Washington Post Bob Kosta grow is GonNa be Great. You're T election expert, Charles, Stewart the Reverend's. EMMETT price all wrapped up in speaking it's ending catch up season two of their podcasts weekend it's an Itin stitcher. You're smart speaker is really going to enjoy it I WANNA thank our crew Chelsea Murs Zoa Matthews, and you believe in Commie our engineer is John The cloth Parker. The engineers who keep our studios running our miles, Smith and David Goldstein anything like to add before. Never. Say Even though I think we have a fairly good show here. I never say x is must listen radio Monday the day before the election if you're into Marjorie is going to be must listen radio I cannot imagine what you're going to be like the day before the voting stops. I'm just GOING TO BE IF I. Cool. Calm. Nothing. Rattles me this. Beautiful. Restraint, and all those things have a good weekend, Jim well, you to Margaret's pleasure I'm Jim Brady. Even leasing it on Monday and have a reasonably wonderful weekend to the best to cancel say five..

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Fresh update on "marjorie" discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

02:23 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "marjorie" discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"The consequences of coverage that night like switching to victory speeches before any victory has been announced or switching to violent protests switching to any kind of a social media feed on some kind of phenomenon, all kinds of things that. And a lot of these to their credit, a lot of networks have an advanced announced kind of like how they're going to proceed on their decision desks. But just in terms of how you react to the breaking news of the night that's going to be a little trickier. Do. We know what the networks are going to do. Are they going to stay on the four o'clock in the morning or what? Well, my guess is the Will I mean? Yeah, I think it's GonNa be late yeah. Yeah. What about you guys just stick with? Jim Stop. In the morning he's GonNa let me know how it goes. I just WANNA be clear for the record. Did I hear you right Margaret you were the group that Bano leave called. Youtube. Is. She's called I just wanted to clarify making notes. I don't know because they did a car I saw O'Connor in an interview months ago. Are they did that nothing compares? Yes it was very. So they did or. Cover of Youtube. Yeah. This. Is the. Most Electoral Alexa the most number of electoral votes, Massachusetts ever had. I would say fourteen eighteen. See this ring Marjorie no is gonNA. And I was GONNA Marjorie questions like I want known. What's the fewest number of of electoral estate can possibly have? Two. Two. Oh, three, one three. Two senators Jesus in one congress. Okay. Good. The do it because I think that up to. All. Right. Never mind. Unfortunately. After election fewest number what is the fewest? Three. Okay One Congress, person to letters. Sent away for a second. So we at one point had had eighty. Eighteen sixteen members the members of the house yeah..

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Fresh update on "marjorie" discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:09 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "marjorie" discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"So thank you I think actually the city has done the right thing they are leaving it up to the individual, the individual trick or treater. This is Boston now other towns of postponed or do the organizing That, they're not shutting down the streets the way they did the not shutting down Beacon Hill or Mara Street. There's certain neighborhoods that shut down and then thousands of kids would come from everywhere, which is was it fine was kinda sweet? So now it's just sort of up to the individual you contribute if you want you know I, don't think. There's a lot of stoop sitting that went on up and down those neighborhoods that's probably not going to happen. People can leave out candy if they want, they can leave notes on the door whatever they want, but it's it's not going to be an organized thing at all which I think is fine. Okay. What did you? What did you in redoing Cambridge? I told you what I do every years I turn off the lights in. San Down on the couch. So I'm trying to be honest I I am assuming. By the way people banking bright and we have, we have a bit of a technical problem the reason role talking over each other I don't know what it is but if somebody back there can. Take. A look at it. But the answer is I can only speak for my own neighborhood. The neighborhood group always goes out of its way to leave for you. You know a little packet with an orange pumpkin on a piece of paper that you glued to your door if you want kids. That sort of thing, and it's actually quite well organized. Nice. Obviously, I have nothing to do with it It's really it's really nice and they're not doing it this year. Sorry. Voluntarily they decided not to do. Okay individual okay. All right now no no real reason. Emily is here in comprehensive is out of control. So common sense doesn't matter. This is the kind of thing that drives people crazy. It's you're right. It doesn't matter I have absolutely. No. Boy this is the final pre-election. Two lists. Wow to be honest with you one. was really mean and rigged quiz. O. And I put it aside broaddrick. Marjorie what you wanted this one because. I was rigging it so that you would get every question, right? Well. It was on it was on. Was Great. That was on the Electoral College. Jim We're GONNA, flunk every question anyway. Okay. Well, thank you for. All right. So instead on, I did a list of freezes phenomenon I hope. Disappear? In. Two Thousand Twenty Ready Oh great red mirage snow. This is one that you know I, it's kind of come into the lexicon fairly recently but basically what it is that early voting are some voting suggests that there may be a wave of you know Republican votes when it isn't really true same with the blue shift like a lot of these this pre balloting claiming I don't know how anybody knows that a lot of the early voting is in favor. Of Biden, I don't know how anybody can know that that's what. That's There's no guarantee that you're going to vote the way guarantee..

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Fresh update on "marjorie" discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:14 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "marjorie" discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"And the food pantries providing you know everything in between in terms of pantry needs trying to have healthy food and work to make sure the services are going to the folks who need them, and that we're being efficient and those operations and it's there's a lot of collaboration. So that's a help. You Know Kim Driscoll listeners, longtime listeners are where you and the mayor summer though would come in every year. Obviously, this year is a little different for an annual Friday quiz. It was vicious every single year I should say. You and you've have learned in our many conversations how much we not only love Salem but we love the peabody Essex. Museum we were talking speaking of Margaritas question. Are they having witch trials on the streets on Halloween we were talking about this incredible exhibit at the Peabody Essex and I know they too are urging people to come not October but a little bit later since you are the mayor and not a mere mortal there have you been able to see this yet or have you not? I have actually got a tour by the curator. It's amazing. It'll be here through April I. Think for Salem residents it's such a astounding ways CD's documents and the, and you know so many of the exhibition materials that tell the story of what happened here and a great reminder of why we need to continue to play for. Inclusivity to really think about how we can break these systemic barriers that exist in our community and you know that that that equity work and race relations are so important right now and that's on top of dealing with the pandemic that we're all. We're all in that space this local leaders as well. You Know I. Don't want to damage your reputation at home a by asking you this but you did you learn I mean we had a Salem state professor. I'm really embarrassed I forgot his name who is an expertise written? Books about this. Yeah. When Marjorie was off a couple of weeks ago from I think from Salem state. I learned so much about a the witch trials that I didn't know and how late Massachusetts was in acknowledging these. Sins of behavior. Did you learn things from that that you didn't know? I learned not only so much from that but just every day the history here you know you don't have to make anything up in Salem it really happened in ways that. I think there are lessons that we can learn today from that and I feel like. Now. Yeah that we those stories need to be told we need to understand how they can apply to Modern Day jurisprudence and there's and that's why this exhibit is also important. This is this really happened it's not a movie it's not a story and it could happen again if we're not careful per store, well, the the Stereo. Information you know that that wound up. Being to these deaths. I mean. It was just incredible. You think it can't happen again. Yeah Yeah and then you see it happening again. So my last question for you is do you have to act official on a normal Halloween or you get to dress up like a fool like everybody else? How do you handle Halloween Normal Times Kim Driscoll? It's kind of working holiday for me guys so. I'm there's nobody happy..

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Fresh update on "marjorie" discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:52 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "marjorie" discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"I I guess on Boston public radio. How are Ya? I'm all right. How are you? I completely agree with. Him At that. Statement they you think that terms should so patch to. Just. Third especially with the current state of our country. I mean could you even imagine another term of trump if he gets to serve out former year I mean I don't think anybody could survive but Jesse Jesse that doesn't you know if it turns out the public does what you and Marjorie deeply don't want him to do, which is the re elect Donald Trump. Then the problem isn't that we have a one term or two term limit. The problem is something's wrong with democracy and the voters in a democracy in general isn't a one term thing a an artificial fixed Jesse. Vicious. For one. Artificial fix. If we if we if we if we mandated that, you can only serve as Martin said one six year term. How does that fix anything? It just superimposes a one term limit and I would argue since youtube or railing against trump if trump had known from day one that he didn't have to run for re-election, you should make the argument that he would have been ten times worse than he was in the first four years according to you too because he knew he didn't have to raise money and didn't have to go before the voters again having said that we appreciate your opinion and you made Marjorie Smile Jesse, thank you talk. To whip that crazy thing out of your policy. I'd. Know terms for presidents. You took me by surprise with that when. Have People in Congress for sixty five years so you have these. Kids. I'm not twenty years old myself. I'm getting myself but I mean I really think that there's something a little amiss when we look at Dianne Feinstein grads. Eighty seven vote amount. Ruth. Bader Ginsburg should have gone a long time ago, but she didn't go because because she wanted to hold on waiting. That's a big difference. That's right. That's right. But but the reason we need term limits in Congress is because people don't vote. Their conscience until they're willing to lose the election look at. Jeff. Flake. Mitt Romney sucks have to be running again for a long time out. Look at the guy down from Tennessee. Corker I mean these people that want to be conscious in the Republican Party had to. Not Run again Brune, near in high. Power. I I've been wanting to call for the longest time telephone hit a problem yesterday finally Updated the software and then and then it worth every time I call the fun. Hang on me I'm like, wait a minute these module blocks me. I'm sorry I. Tried to block me near but I don't know about you. What's What's Been Itching to call, there's so many things I wanted to say first of all I'm GonNa get to that point quickly, but I'll quickly say the word. Packing the court I think that people are for extending the court should not use the word packing the court because his bed rhetoric just. Fund the police you know we don't Republicans didn't know how to speak, which is to speak we who support things like we've fighting against our. So I agree with that by the way it sound negative. So he's offending the quarter reform the quarter something anyway. So I, know that's the subject. So I agree with you one, thousand Percent Marjorie I think today you totally wrong I mean he's trump. was..

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"marjorie" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

03:45 min | 3 weeks ago

"marjorie" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Was sexual abuse. Right and you know our blatantly say if you know seventeen years later you are still denying it and we believe that actually happened then seventeen years later your problem is not solved is my thought and if you know Clint Jackson does have cancer if he's telling the truth about that I, wish you the best is impressed with him and his family and I'm very sorry that. This problem existed for him far more sorry that his problem manifest itself in the lives of these victim females But in this situation, I don't really know of it. It was an online which hunt I think that it was just a fuller discussion of the issue, and if it is the collective judgment of east, Rochester Fire Department in the town villages leadership that he not be a fireman over there. Then I'm I'm going to accept their judgement to two to eleven eighty number back with you and just a moment on Newsradio wham eleven eighty thousand. Welcome back were two to eleven eighty, one, eight, hundred, two, nine, five eleven, Eighty Bob at lingerie dot com semi picture. There of of what you're doing is you listen to the show Stacey I. Appreciate Your phoning. Welcome to Newsradio wham eleven eighty ma'am. Hi, Bob. About male firefighter is a female firefighter, I wouldn't want that man in the fire department. I. Mean I'm the only female in my department that's active and Yeah I don't want some guy creeping I mean when we come back from a call and we're taking off our gear and easily. Me Because Yeah. I. The chest. Stacey trump stopped trying to turn me on now. I'm the Creepy Guy Leering. At you what have you done here? Let me ask you this though. You you you do fires, car wrecks you pump out my basement. You probably also sometimes go on ems calls, right? And there there can be victims or patients who are female. Yes you know. I done calls where we've had to do CPR on females in the guys. Dozens as I mean, it's harder. Yeah. Is Female. Yeah. You're thinking. Okay. What are these guys thinking? You know? What are you know? I'm sorry that's the Kate. Let me ask you this in your experience in the fire service has it ever been an issue? No good not in my current department. I. Love My current department extremism me as an equal. They're willing to teach me I mean. I'm learning how to drive trucks I mean I'm pretty soon hopefully, next year or so going learn to drive the tanker. So excellent. Play music. Why do you want to be in the fire service man? It runs in the family blood I mean generation and cousins daughter who gets me before so outstanding I appreciate your service. I am inspired by the selflessness of it I wish you much success and all that you do ma'am. Thank thank you so much for calling us. God bless you. It is time for news with Joe laskey after that Fad Brown is going to talk tests and football with you on Newsradio. Wham lets it like to drive the Volvo xc ninety plug in. Hybrid. The thrill of four hundred horsepower t eight twin engine the joy of impromptu road trips. And the serenity. Of Electric power in pure ECO mode. Visit a Vivo retailer today to experience the xc ninety recharge plug in hybrid for yourself..

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"marjorie" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:01 min | 3 weeks ago

"marjorie" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"There others that you know of man? I'm not a hundred percent. Sure but I think Caledonia may be one I. City of Batavia. Everybody that's the Caledonia Mumford Central. I up there and I know city of Batavia is one. So it just an interesting quarter deal. If you live in those school districts regardless of your income here, come these these cards and you know if you have children, it could be You know it could add up but you have to buy food with it and again it's if you. Don't want it. They say you can just cut it up and not use it You can't give the card away, but you can purchase food and then do with that whatever you will you know say absolutely. So anybody out there who truly has received these cards and obviously the federal government isn't in a position when they're sending these things out in mass. The same as the stimulus checks that came out earlier to be able to go through an individual is who is in need who is into need They need to make and especially back in. March. Blanket decisions which were made. But that does not in any way preclude are good citizens from forwarding. What do they say give something forward Taking it and sending it onto somebody who is more beat. Misdemeanor member Marjorie Burns. What one last question? This is a political question you're in in a campaign, your your opponent. I, notice You know it has an interest in she's worked with gun control groups in the past and I suspected that may be an issue where the two of you might look at that subject differently I just wondered your thoughts on on on firearms ownership and licenses and stuff like that. please. Well I do consider myself very second. Amendment I'm a member of five different sportsman's clubs at this point and and I have been endorsed by the NRA in the in the scope pack, and while I absolutely agree we need responsible. Gun. Ownership. We. Need. Safe. individuals in possession of and operating hand on I. also believe that it's very important constitutional right and that to every extent possible, we need to protect it especially in this day and age when it does seem to be. An assault. So to speak and a lot of our rights both religious second amendment that we need to speak up, we need to be held accountable and we need to stay to our true values. Assembly member Marci Burns Ma'am thank service your service. Thanks talk us today I appreciate it. Thank you, Sir you take care back in a moment gentlest neuron on newsradio. Welcome back friends. Welcome back currently, there's a you know video press conference going on with the Monroe County Health Commissioner and some officials from the two giant hospital companies about telemedicine. means. You look at a screen instead of going to the doctor's office and they're talking about how great this is and how cove it, his introduced it and all that other stuff. I. I don't want to be negative. But it seems like the more advanced our healthcare gets. The, less actual access to it we have. used to be and I'm not sure I wanNA accept anybody's toes I respect. Everybody's you know skill and professional everything else. But used to be when you went to the doctor you went to the. Doctor. and. Then, when you went to the doctor, you actually were going to the nurse practitioner. Okay. So and now when you go to the nurse practitioner, you won't really be going you'll be a talking to her on screen. And you know I'm sure that's. Very mummifying and I'm. I, it turns out not actually a doctor. But I I think that. Inasmuch as most doctors trained on three dimensional patients that probably doctors are at their best diagnostically And actually doing things therapeutically with a three dimensional patient. I. Don't know if they trained on, you know diagnosing Max headroom back in medical school. Now, if you've got, you know some question. I end that's all you're going to the doctor for. I guess that's fine. You know doctor I got an itch right here. What does that mean? at which point the nurse Practitioner will will answer your question I. Guess That's for those of you who can't operate a web MD but. You know sometimes don't they need to look at something or POW paid something or listen to something I also wonder if in the simple. Taking of your vital signs when you go to the doctor's office, if there may not be some diagnostic or early warning benefit that arises there. Right. I, mean they they way you and take your respiration in Europe pulse in your blood pressure look in your ear holes and stuff like that. For some reason, I presume those are all things that You know don't take place with telemedicine. I I. It's a funny deal. I don't WANNA sound negative. But The Cova era has taught us different things and you know, of course, what you learn is a combination of what they put out what you take away and you know they may put out bad information or you may take away a different I mean we it's partnership and either side can screw it up and I recognize that maybe I've screwed up the last process relative to. But I I, have all my life just so loved and admired the American medical system in the profession and practice of medicine. In an I've lost a an awful lot of that last six months I almost literally personally. Am at the point where I. Am I mentioned to my wife? She thinks I'm going nuts and maybe I have but I almost think about. What if I just eliminate that I would if I just step away from the Let the doctors go their way and I'll just go my way either liver die I. think that's how it works out. 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"marjorie" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

07:46 min | 3 weeks ago

"marjorie" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"In this had to do with school lunch or something along those lines and similar envelopes are turning up in the mailboxes of people in a variety of communities across our region find out what's going on were on to be joined by Assemblywoman Marjorie Burns Ma'am. Good Morning. Welcome to the broadcast. Well Good Morning Glad to be with you you're doing okay. How's The district? The district is fine today and it's bright and sunny and Evan. You've been watching Cova very closely and and you've been working very closely with that in the southern portion of your district just outside in Steuben county it looks like covert is is coming back a little bit. What's your take on that in? What's your sense of how covert might go in the balance of our region as we go forward? I was actually down in Hornell yesterday it a meeting and there was some discussion about it and it does appear that while there are some incidents of throughout the county, the majority are down in the corning area and appear to be a at one facility or associated with one facility. So the county officials are very hopeful that if they get a grip very. Quickly on that one source that they can hopefully, keep it from spreading further. Certainly, it is a concern. It's a concern even as I'm doing my door to door and all that good stuff for the election which I've been doing down in L. as well. But you know you have to be cautious but I believe that the county officials both In Steuben as well as Livingston and Monroe are keeping an eye out for these potential hot spot and I have every confidence our department of Health's will jump right on them. Speaking to remember Marjorie, Burns that relative to you know keeping a things on a short leash nip and stuff in the bud the governor has said that he's GonNa put pressure on municipalities relative to enforcement. He might even borrow some of their police officers. He may impose fines on municipalities from the towns, the villages, and the counties with which you work, what's their their their reaction to to his threats ma'am. There absolutely outraged. They're doing their best right now within their own jurisdictions because nobody wants the virus to come back you know. So there everybody is operating is is best as they can to keep everything under control to threaten to find a municipality you know some of our municipalities don't have police agencies. Or rely on Sheriff's deputies They don't have the ability to enforce the rules. They don't have the personnel to threaten them that if they allow something to go on, they could be looking at a ten thousand dollar fine when they have no ability to do anything about it and quite frankly don't consider themselves the police officers for the governor of you'll. They really are very upset Everybody understands the need to be good citizens right now and do our best to nip anything in the but if it pops up but to threaten to find municipalities. Or any other agencies that are already struggling financially because of the cuts Cuomo has imposed on them is just outrageous. People need support and back up and they're getting antagonism unfortunately from Albany. Oh absolutely, if you like they're the ones who are being victimized now when they're doing nothing but their best and have for seven or eight months now done nothing but their best in order to quell the outbreaks spring there semi member Marjorie Burns. Now, again, a these cards that come into Mayo, some people. Have something to do with school lunches will begin in these. What's going on please? What's the story? Well, this was actually part of federal legislation that was passed back in March under the cares act and what it is it's a monetary benefit of four hundred, twenty dollars per child, which is why if you have multiple children? You will get more than one card and what it was designed for. It's called Federal Families First Program, and it's going to individuals to children Obviously, it's being sent to their parents because it's monetary that were in school districts that had reduced prices or free lunches for the kids it's called a pandemic. Card. The first bitch went out last March two families that were qualified in receiving snap benefits in July a second batch went out to families run Medicaid who had. Children the Medicaid program. And what we're seeing now is the third batch is coming out, which is called community eligibility now. Aren't applying for this. This is a federal government program, but it's administered in out through the state. And You it's not anything you could apply for they're looking at computerized records of school districts that received the either reduced price or free lunches. And then people who fall into the category of snap. Medicaid or community eligibility. and. What's We've gotten a number of calls ourselves in what the community eligibilities because that's the part that's most confusing to people is at this point. if you live within a community. IS RECEIVING THE FREE LAUNCHES? Price launches you as a community member are eligible and you're going to receive these cards. They're coming out on a rolling basis throughout this month and they should be done by the end of the month. It's benefit from the feds their personalized because I've spoken to another apparent from Mount Morris who indicated the card came because she wanted to give them. Back to the school district because she was very blessed tonight need the money and she wanted to go to somebody who was in need but she looked at it and it had her child's name on it. They're personalized. So they can't be cancer shouldn't be given to somebody else to use designated for the specific family in specific child listed go can't. Can't return it. You can. You can cut it up and not use it but and you can't give the card away but you can buy things with the card and give that if you were you. Yeah. You you could donate it to like if there's some family you know you could buy give him the food or you can buy give it to a food cupboard you betcha. It's I. think that that's what this one woman was going to do because she had a couple of children and again she was very blessed to net be in need. To be a recipient. So I believe that's what she was going to do is to go to the store buy food and then take it to the food cupboard better that people who didn't need it could receive the the there's some communities where I don't know whether it's the the the level of poverty is such that as opposed to free and reduced price lunch being done individually they just say this school district has so much poverty everybody's going to get free and reduced a price lunch and cracked I'm trying to think of a night amount Mount Morris one it also in your district may be Danville I think is one are.

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San Francisco Giants need win, help to reach playoffs after loss to Padres

CBS Sports Radio

01:58 min | Last month

San Francisco Giants need win, help to reach playoffs after loss to Padres

"Of course, a disappointing lost by the San Francisco Giants. Today. 62 to 6 runs nine hits in San Diego two runs seven hits for the Giants three home runs by but Padres in this game two T's hitting his 17th. On. Tommy Pham had his third and then Mitch Moreland hit his second. So back to back homeruns solidified the wind in the ninth inning. Ah, big loss, and I think it was kind of a hangover yesterday after that, the second game of the double hitter. When the Padres came up with three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning on the trend, Charism home run and it just took the life out of them today. They just didn't have any spark with their bats. They just couldn't get anything going. Ah, baserunning steal by Du Bon and the fifth there was a blunder. They're trying to go from 2nd and 3rd on his own. He got picked off a third and they only had a couple chances there in the eighth inning, but the baths were silent. They only had seven hits on the On the day belt had to used Rimsky had two floors had won and Durban had one. And that was it, So their offense kind of been stymied. It just looked really dead today that this just looked defeated before the game even started. So we could talk about that game because a lot of things have happened now since the Giants lost 6 to 2 There now. 29 30. They must win tomorrow. That's the first thing the Brewers lose or the Brewers wind and knocked at cards to 29 29. The Giants will win. They'll be forcing ST Louis to play a double hitter on Monday at Detroit. Then the cards have to drop both games for San Francisco to get in. It's a scenario the Giants are eliminated with the lost tomorrow automatically. So 1st 1st things first they need to win to Marjorie Smiley on the hill for the Giants. We still don't know who the Padres they're throwing out there. There might be a bullpen committee game that means nothing to them. The Giants need to put a win together somehow some way tomorrow and watch what happens. Milwaukee is playing ST Louis. They beat him today.

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Challenger to QAnon supporter bows out of race in Georgia

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Challenger to QAnon supporter bows out of race in Georgia

"The Georgia Republican congressional candidate who supports that Q. anon conspiracy theory has a clear path to victory in November conservative and outspoken businesswoman Marjorie Taylor green is almost certain to be elected to Congress now that her democratic opponent Kevin van Ausdal bowed out of the fourteenth district race the Democrats cited personal and family reasons and it's too late under Georgia law to put a replacement candidate on the ballot green already has national recognition with derogatory remarks against minorities and ethnic groups and her comment that face masks emasculate boys this was our message for the speaker of the house when green won her primary last month I want to say anything belies the scenes that hypocrite anti American and we're gonna kick hi Jackie Quinn Washington

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Challenger to QAnon supporter bows out of race in Georgia

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Challenger to QAnon supporter bows out of race in Georgia

"The Georgia Republican congressional candidate who supports that Q. anon conspiracy theory has a clear path to victory in November conservative and outspoken businesswoman Marjorie Taylor green is almost certain to be elected to Congress now that her democratic opponent Kevin van Ausdal bowed out of the fourteenth district race the Democrats cited personal and family reasons and it's too late under Georgia law to put a replacement candidate on the ballot green already has national recognition with derogatory remarks against minorities and ethnic groups and her comment that face masks emasculate boys this was our message for the speaker of the house when green won her primary last month I want to say anything belies the scenes that hypocrite anti American and we're gonna kick hi Jackie Quinn Washington

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A Trump-Backed, QAnon-Supporting Congressional Candidate Posts Photo of Herself Holding Gun Next To the "Squad"

NPR News Now

01:05 min | Last month

A Trump-Backed, QAnon-Supporting Congressional Candidate Posts Photo of Herself Holding Gun Next To the "Squad"

"Says it has removed a photo illustration showing a controversial Georgia. Republican, holding a rifle as she stands next to three Democratic House members known as the squad. From member station W. A.. B. E. IN ATLANTA. Alex Helmick reports on one side of the illustration. Marjorie Taylor Green is holding a gun on the other side are images of Congress members Rashid it to leave Alexandria, Cosio Cortez and Ilhan Omar with tax sang, Christians need to go on the offensive against Socialists facebook says the post violated the platforms policy against inciting violence green denies that green is candidate for Georgia's Fourteenth district congressional seat and support. Cunanan baseless right wing conspiracy theory that Satan is pedophile WanNa. Throw president trump. She's also made Islamophobic antisemitic remarks and she's favored to win the very red district northwest of Atlanta after her primary win trump called her a future gop star. For NPR News, I'm Alex Helmick in Atlanta

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Georgia candidate's post removed for inciting violence

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

Georgia candidate's post removed for inciting violence

"Facebook says it's removed a controversial photo montage that shows a Georgia GOP congressional candidate holding a rifle next to the images of three outspoken democratic women the post features congressional candidate Marjorie Taylor green who has courted controversy with her support of Q. one on far right conspiracy theories and inflammatory remarks about two Muslim Congress women Democrats receded to leave an ill hunt Omar are pictured in the post as is new York's Alexandria Ocasio Cortez Facebook says the post with green holding a rifle at the Congress women's images violates its policy against inciting violence house speaker Nancy Pelosi has called on her GOP counterpart to condemn this threat of violence green isn't yet in Congress but favored to win in November in a deeply conservative Georgia district I'm Jackie Quinn

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What is QAnon? What We Know About the Conspiracy Theory

Nightline

05:07 min | 2 months ago

What is QAnon? What We Know About the Conspiracy Theory

"The rise of a far-reaching far right conspiracy theory once finding a haven online and now expanding its footprint into the real world. Here's nightline co anchor giudice. Boston Massachusetts a rally protesting a flu vaccine mandate. But blending into the crowd something else a Q. Symbol. Here, it is again in Minnesota? Greeting the president at the airport on his way to a campaign stop. And here at a lives matter rally in Brooklyn. What's everybody? Particularly, you as you as. A wild conspiracy based movement known as Cunanan. They first appeared in the public eye at rallies two, thousand, eighteen tomorrow headlines. Massive protests. Their profile slowly growing over the last two years culminating with this moment in the White House two weeks ago. The president being asked directly inside the briefing room. Thank you very much about those Cunanan on supporters. Of the theory, it is this belief that you are secretly saving the world from this site. Cold. Pedophile and cannibals does that sound like something you are behind? I haven't heard that but. Is that supposed to be a bad thing or good thing. If if I can help save the world from problems willing to do. The letter q may be one of the least US letters in the English language but for followers of Cunanan or q anonymous theory, it's a doorway into something called the deep state. A baseless idea that claims a secret powerful network is working to promote its own hidden evil agenda and the Donald Trump is doing all he can to stop. The movement. Now leaping from Echo, chambers of social media to headlines in the news it's called q a Non a fringe conspiracy theory tweet of an article by Cunanan conspiracy theorist Cunanan's grown so fast. And it's caught fire with followers all over the nation. Inspiring a few to take dangerous actions. Uploaded on social media leading them to be charged with major crimes. It's even attracting would be politicians. Q.. Is a patriot. He is someone that is very much loves his country Marjorie Taylor Green of Georgia won her primary last month all but assuring her seat in. Congress receiving a congratulatory tweet from the president himself. Nineteen Republicans running for office express some sort of support for the Q. Theory according to the media watchdog group media matters the broad narrative Cuban on the world's controlled by. The ball of Satan worshipping files, and this could ball they control everything. This includes the media and entertainment and politicians they'll start. Travis few has been tracking the group since its inception hosts, his own podcast called the Cunanan anonymous podcast. There's nothing wrong with believing Chrissy things necessarily crazy conspiracy theories about bigfoot area fifty, one problem is that these these these people they're being radicalized in the sense that it becomes a major part of their life followers believe that q is an actual figure or figures within the US government holding Q. Level Security Clearance Q. is a real clearance level within the Energy Department. But from there, the story leaps into dark and outlandish places. For example, they say that q communicates with them by posting cryptic ciphers online because he has access to all the deepest darkest secrets in the US and wants to expose them. This includes wild fake theories of prominent politicians running a child sex trafficking ring or the JFK junior was assassinated by Clinton these far out claims run the gamut. But Jared Holt from right wing watch an organization that monitors wing extremism says, these claims have now begun impacting reality. What the Cunanan on movement does is they take that grain of truth, warp it and twist it into their existing worldview narratives. It's a movement that has inspired some of its followers to commit really egregious criminal actions. So trump's statements about on speaking favorably of them I fear as having watched this for so long is incredibly dangerous. Cunanan's debunked theories have gained so much traction that social media platforms like facebook and twitter have been forced to. Take Action removing thousands of Cunanan related accounts off their platforms though a recent analysis by the site intelligence group of monitor for online extremists alleges some are trying to reform pages under codenames

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QAnon Goes Mainstream

Slate's If Then

07:04 min | 2 months ago

QAnon Goes Mainstream

"I'M GONNA, try to give an explanation of what Cunanan is and then I want you to correct me. Okay. So in on at heart. Even though it seems like if you get to Cunanan supporters in the same room, they're like economists to different descriptions of what the beliefs are. But at heart, this is about a ball, a deep state conspiracy. Of Child Trafficking and pedophilia. Hidden in tunnels. Yeah, yeah for the most part. You said, there's like a bunch of nuance disagreement even within that I've talked to Q. Nonbelievers who don't even believe that which seemingly is a quartet of it but then I've talked to some who that's only the tip of the iceberg and they believe all sorts of bizarre things that go way beyond that. How often do you talk to a Cunanan supporter and find that they? have very different views from say that the Cunanan Forums Online? They're really easy to find it trump rallies, and so I, went to a couple to report out a story that was doing on like what in real life Cunanan, supporters actually believe and yeah, there was there was a contingent of people who believed to a t and they were explaining to me like these extreme theories that like even I who spend a lot of time in these spaces just like I heard before. But then there were other guys who were wearing full Cunanan shirts who had like signs, and then you go up and talk to them and. They would just be like I. Don't I don't know about these pedophile rains underground tunnels, bump I do know that. Trump. Is a good guy and that he's t stopping corruption. So back in March recorded this explainer video. And you ended by saying that q becoming a mainstay and also fading from relevance. Months. Later, do you still see it that way? No no I don't. That was a really interesting period in Q. and I. IT looked like it was in stasis twitter mentions for we're down its main platform eight had been taken down. But I think that pretty much as soon as the coronavirus lockdown started, it came back in full force. If you look at things like Google trends but Kapiti page views mentions of like given unrelated terms on twitter and facebook groups pretty much around March thirteenth to sixteenth when the lockdowns kind of hit the United States There's this massive explosion of interest in Q. Online that really hasn't subsided since the coronavirus started. To what do you attribute the the change in the popularity of Cunanan A lot of people are saying it's because of the pandemic and people are sitting at home and spending too much time on their computers. What do you make of that theory? I think that that does. Explain. Some parts of it pretty well. Internet traffic is way up people were spending a lot of time on platforms where they can be exposed and led down different Hyun on rabbit holes people more atomised, never been because they're stuck in their homes and they feel alienated. But I also think to Cunanan has a bunch of different appealing points to it to different types of people that explain the current political moment for them really well. It also makes q a non a very diverse crowd. I mean, you've got successful people a African American like Isaiah Washington who has his own show on Fox Cunanan supporter correct. Yes, that's that's one of the new scarier developments is that. This was pretty isolated. I started like an extreme online, right. Then it sort of blossomed out through facebook and then youtube to sort of baby boomers sat who are less tack wetter and more prone to these things. But yeah now you have people like Isaiah Washington. Even online. You can see that it's catching steam in all these different areas like wellness ANTIBAC- people are getting really into it hippie new age people are getting are getting really into it. It's bringing in more and more people to the fold every day, and that's really concerning there are a number of not only organizations but experts who study this very thing conspiracy theories and extremism. You refer in your reporting to some of a Mike One researcher at Concordia University. Who says that the membership in Cunanan has gone from two hundred just over two hundred, thousand members in March two. Almost one and a half million as of last month But you also spoke with people who who think this is being overblown and I I wanna read back a quote from your reporting a political science Professor University of Miami who says quote I'm reading headlines from reporters on the tech beat that well are well intentioned aren't tethered to reality. What is your response to this idea that that this is just being? Blown out of proportion. I don't I don't want to like overstayed the sort of anecdotal evidence that we can look to like I don't want to say that that overrides data but like there's just so many things that are showing that. Cunanan, clearly, having uptick in even if that uptick is not that large and it is like pretty close to the polling results, it's still showing more than it has more and more power and more and more impact. They're getting elected to Congress in small numbers. They're going out and committing acts of violence they're influencing political discourse there harassing people like. I talked to a lawmaker California who's trying to introduce a pro lgbtq legislation. He got accused of being a pedophile. He is absolutely harassed like his family members of drug into the mix I, mean, try telling him that it's just a small movement lake it. This guy's life was like Tumblr for days after this, and this is why you've said that we kind of need to separate the size of this group from the damage that it causes. Right? Yeah I I think that both are important but like the real world impact that this happening more and more and more any influence on not explicitly Cunanan non-related spaces the Cunanan followers are having the potential impact on the Republican Party and Conservatives. It's like something that people are going to have to deal with that shouldn't be underestimated at all. Cunanan's jump from Internet conspiracy theory to real world threat happened quickly last year a follower of the conspiracy shot and killed. In New, York mob boss on Staten Island. His Defense Cunanan had led him to believe his victim was part of the deep state. In May the FBI labeled Q. On and conspiracies like it domestic terrorism threats. The fight against Q. might become more complicated as Cunanan supporters win political offices in August a Cunanan fan named Marjorie Taylor Green became the Republican nominee for Georgia's fourteenth congressional district.

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Trump praises QAnon-embracing candidate who won GOP runoff in Georgia

John Batchelor

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Trump praises QAnon-embracing candidate who won GOP runoff in Georgia

"Congressional candidate once criticized by fellow Republicans for embracing the far right, cured on conspiracy theories and making racist statements and online videos, has been congratulated now that she's won the GOP nomination there. Marjorie Taylor Greene, easily one of Republican primary runoff election Tuesday for an open house seat in northwest Georgia. President. Trump later congratulated Green in a tweet Wednesday.

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QAnon backer wins congressional primary in Georgia

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

QAnon backer wins congressional primary in Georgia

"Trump offering praise for a controversial congressional candidate. Despite embracing a French conspiracy theory and facing backlash for espousing racist, anti Semitic and Islamophobic views in recent videos, President Trump congratulated businesswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene on winning the Republican runoff for Georgia's 14th congressional District. Trump called Green, a quote, future Republican star who is strong on everything and never gives up. Many Republicans have condemned her comments, including the Georgia Republican congressman, who called the comments an embarrassment to the entire state. Green has also embrace the cue and non conspiracy theory.

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QAnon backer wins congressional primary in Georgia

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

QAnon backer wins congressional primary in Georgia

"President Trump has congratulated a controversial congressional candidate for her victory in yesterday's Georgia primary correspondent Catherine Falters reports Despite embracing a fringe conspiracy theory and facing backlash for espousing racist, anti Semitic and Islamophobic views in recent videos, President Trump congratulated businesswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene on winning the Republican runoff for Georgia's 14th congressional District. Trump called Green, a quote, future Republican star who is strong on everything and never gives up. Many Republicans have condemned her comments, including the Georgia Republican congressman, who called the comments and embarrassment to the entire state.

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Trump Congratulates ‘Future Republican Star’ QAnon-Supporting Marjorie Greene

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Trump Congratulates ‘Future Republican Star’ QAnon-Supporting Marjorie Greene

"Trump has congratulated a controversial cunt congressional candidate for her victory and yesterday's primary in Georgia correspondent Catherine Folders reports. Despite embracing a fringe conspiracy theory and facing backlash for espousing racist, anti Semitic and Islamophobic views in recent videos, President Trump congratulated businesswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene on winning the Republican runoff for Georgia's 14th congressional District. Trump called Green, a quote, future Republican star who is strong on everything and never gives up. Many Republicans have condemned her comments, including the Georgia Republican congressman, who called the comments and embarrassment to the entire state.

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QAnon backer wins congressional primary in Georgia

Tony and Dwight

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

QAnon backer wins congressional primary in Georgia

"President Trump congratulating a controversial congressional candidate who's received criticism from prominent Republicans. ABC is Katherine Faulder's with the latest Despite embracing a fringe conspiracy theory and facing backlash for espousing racist, anti Semitic and Islamophobic views in recent videos, President Trump congratulated businesswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene on winning the Republican runoff for Georgia's 14th congressional District. Trump called Green, a quote, future Republican star who is strong on everything and never gives up. Many Republicans have condemned her comments, including the Georgia Republican congressman, who called the comments and embarrassment to the entire state. Green has also embrace the cue and non conspiracy

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QAnon backer wins congressional primary in Georgia

Morning Edition

01:01 min | 2 months ago

QAnon backer wins congressional primary in Georgia

"Marjorie Taylor Greene won despite her lack of support from many national and state GOP leaders from member station W A. B E E m a hurt reports. Green caught national attention for calling newly elected Muslim members of Congress a quote Islamic invasion into the government and calling George Soros a Jewish Democratic donor. A Nazi She lost an endorsement, and several GOP leaders condemned her remarks. But that didn't slow her down. Here's one of her Facebook video shortly before the election, I will continue to speak out against the Democrat activists in the fake news. Because what they have got to start to realise is all of us. Regular people in America are completely done with them. Green moved her campaign from suburban Atlanta to northwest Georgia in December and spent nearly a $1,000,000 of her own money on the race. She's all but guaranteed the seat since the district voted 75% for Donald Trump in 2016 for NPR News. I'm Emma Hurt in Atlanta Bio pharma company. Moderna is coming under some criticism

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QAnon backer wins congressional primary in Georgia

Morning Edition

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

QAnon backer wins congressional primary in Georgia

"In Georgia, a supporter of the debunked conspiracy theory. Q and on has won the Republican primary in a congressional district from member station W. E B E In Atlanta, Emma heard reports Marjorie Taylor Greene won despite a lack of support from many national and state Republican leaders. Green moved her campaign from suburban Atlanta to northwest Georgia in December and spent nearly a $1,000,000 of her own money on the race. The construction executive caught national attention for calling newly elected members of Congress a quote Islamic invasion into the government. Her words lost an endorsement, and several GOP leaders condemned them. But Green still won the primary by a wide margin in an overwhelmingly conservative district. Emma Hurd

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Atlanta - Marjorie Taylor Greene Wins GOP Primary in Georgia

Dana Loesch

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Atlanta - Marjorie Taylor Greene Wins GOP Primary in Georgia

"Republican congressional candidate Marjorie Green Green wins wins the the GOP GOP runoff. runoff. In In northwest northwest George's George's 14th 14th Congressional Congressional District. District. She She received received 57% 57% of of the the vote vote in in her her contest contest against against Dr Dr John John Cowan. Cowan. Green will now face Democrat Kevin Van Oz Dale in November. The

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QAnon backer wins congressional primary in Georgia

BBC World Service

01:01 min | 2 months ago

QAnon backer wins congressional primary in Georgia

"Cuban on conspiracy theory has won the Republican primary in a Georgia congressional district, Marjorie Taylor Greene won despite her lack of support from many national and state GOP leaders. Remember station W A. B M A Hurt has more from Atlanta. Green caught national attention for calling newly elected Muslim members of Congress a quote Islamic invasion into the government and calling George Soros a Jewish Democratic donor. A Nazi She lost an endorsement, and several GOP leaders condemned her remarks. But that didn't slow her down. Here's one of her Facebook videos shortly before the election. I will continue to speak out against the Democrat activists in the fake news because what they have got to start to realise is all of us. Regular people in America are completely done with them. Green moved her campaign from suburban Atlanta to northwest Georgia in December and spent nearly a $1,000,000 of her own money on the race. She's all but guaranteed the seats since the district voted 75% for Donald Trump in 2016 for NPR News. I'm Emma

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Today is Election Day in Metro Atlanta

Atlanta's Morning News

01:30 min | 2 months ago

Today is Election Day in Metro Atlanta

"Happening now. The polls are open for runoff election day after voting problems in Metro landed during the primary. The run offs could serve as practice for the general election. WSB Bill Chi actually reporting live and some of the key races to be decided. Yes. Got Challenger Funny Willis, maybe the favorite against longtime Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard. I would say the momentum appears to be with Miss Willis. WSB political analyst Bill Crane says There are some hotly contested congressional races to Republicans Marjorie Taylor Greene and John Cowan Square off in District 14. Crane says Green make some Republicans nervous as a spouse before and during her candidacy. Some fringe element conspiracy theories, one Question today is whether Fulton County can avoid some of the big problems we saw during the primary. WSB is Michelle. Right? Reports live. They've got a three step plan. Yeah, Bill. That's right. That three step plan covers a number of things, and they look to do ah, whole lots movie than they did back in June, at least that run off election. The plan focuses on people, places and process, explains Fulton County Board of Commission chair Robb Pitts, he tells Channel two action news. There are 174 polling locations open for voters and election steps have already been there for hours setting up We'll have staff of holy places at three o'clock, not 6 37 clock when voting begins. They'll also have technicians on hand in case anything goes awry. They'll also be a dedicated number that goes to a call centre aimed at responding to any complaint. Pitt says he's viewing this as a dress rehearsal for the elections in November.

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The Racing Family that Death Couldnt Stop

Past Gas

05:05 min | 2 months ago

The Racing Family that Death Couldnt Stop

"Welcome back everyone to pass gas As always. I'm your host, Nolan Sykes joined by my friends. One Joe Weber. What's up? And I'm sorry, I'm trying I'm trying to bring the energy, but this is also a very somber script already, and so I want to be entertaining Bhai also want to. Honor respectful. Done that. Be Entertaining, but respectful. And James. Humphrey. You hear him talking now. To, two. The river. All right anyway. gas. So today's are two part our second part of our story on the Isle of Man. T T we're talking about the Dunlop family, are you guys ready to get into it I? Am I think I just want to point out I. Think you're man is the one of the six nicknames I've ever? That's a great and I said well good. It's so it means it means you're a nice guy. It. Yet. It's a rare nickname that sounds really cool. But it also means you're Nice Kylie. Guy that the go-to guy whenever anything needs to be done. Man He's your man. Love it. Great. Start to great episode. Let's dive into it when Marjorie and Ian Forest and their twin teenage sons moved to their house on Douglas Road on the isle. Of Man. One. Of the things they look forward to was the opportunity to watch the legendary I'll of man tourist trophy races from their front yard after all, it's not every day that you can watch the best road racers in the world. Take a corner, your corner in front of your house at speeds of over one hundred, twenty miles an hour. Unfortunately, the forest family had no idea what they were in for on a practice day in two, thousand five, they heard a crash outside Yawkey Carlson, a Swedish racer had run into their gate and flipped into their garden. The Swede was severely injured. Medics rushed to the scene, but there was nothing they could do Carlson's name joined the two, hundred, fifty plus other men who had died on the t course. The horror didn't end there though officials told the forest family that was to logistically challenging to delay the practice and move Carlson's body instead who Carlson was zipped into a body bag on the Front Garden for ninety minutes as the road marshals waited for practice to end, all the garrisons could do was closed their curtains and forbid their sons from looking outside. We'll I got. Doubts pretty awful. there's no way around it. Motorcycle racing is dangerous. Even riding a motorcycle daily traffic puts you at risk of dying in a crash twenty, nine times higher than that. If you were in a car at the same time, motorcycle riders and racers understand that danger. In fact, it's part of what draws them to the sport. Unfortunately, there's no real way around risking your life unlike cars where technology has greatly improved safety and driver protection motorcycle crashes, you're basically experiencing the equivalent of a no seatbelt through the windshield accident every single time. And as dangerous as motorcycle racing is the Isle of. Man. T he stands out as a full degree of magnitude more dangerous than the rest. First of all public road courses like the Isle of Man were writers have to contend with what they call the furniture. That's sick. They're talking about telephone poles, ditches, garden walls. These are much more dangerous than closed circuit courses or dirt bike riding and racing. While those races do see fatal accidents there hasn't been a deadly crash in a speedway race since twenty sixteen and in the twenty years before that, there is an average of less than one year similarly motocross raced at much lower speeds also sees lower fatalities unlike public road races. These courses are designed with plenty of room to minimize danger to the writers. So if Motorcycle Race Games skydiving public road courses are like base. Base jumping in a wing suit taken an already dangerous activity and bringing it as close to the edge as possible. However, even among public road races, the Isle of Man is easily the most dangerous in the twenty seven years. The T T was part of the World Grand Prix, championship thirty, six racers died on the isle. Of Man. Obviously. More than one year. In comparison at Imatra, there were two fatalities in sixteen years at Hockenheim, three deaths in twenty six years. The second deadliest race after the man was a circuit day SPA francorchamps which. Baby Franker Jam Cams, which saw ten deaths in thirty five years making the Isle of Man and average four times deadlier than even the second most deadly race.

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"marjorie" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Yesteryear Old Time Radio

05:04 min | 4 months ago

"marjorie" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

"Well Marjorie and Bronco decided to be married may I, but there's been quite a to do about where the wedding will be. Great Gildersleeve wanted his house. Rocco's parents wanted it their house so far Marjorie hasn't had a chance to say where she wants it. In fact, she and Bronco left the conference in a huff. broncos parents, I ain't gonNA. Tell me on a run. This wedding birdie No! Poll Miss Marjorie. What's his Birdie driven out of? Our own has now birdie. We were just trying to help. Yes, yeah home, Miss. Marjorie driven out of our own house by people. China healthy no right. She wasn't given out. She just went skating. Our hope that's where she went. What if they're gonNA get all the help between nine may I. It wouldn't surprise me. Baby looked you. Birdie, that's ridiculous. Say almost dark wonder why they home yet. Yes, I imagine you do. But that's Marjorie. Note that has to be Leroy's feet. I am Roy. Braga Marjorie he has seen him since mine sneak back and got a suitcase. Zeke Paul Miss. Marjorie now Birdie Leroy. Come back to the house. Mrs Thompson were battling. We went back like my boy. Will, get married I did. Miss Marjorie Aright I? Wonder. Why you take suitcase skating? He always does. She does her schedule stuff. You see very. She just took her skates and warm clothes for after skating. That's all it's in the bag I hope that's all it in obey. Certainly be back in time for dinner. Don't you think so pretty? Well, don't you Birdie? Birdie say something. Oh Ms Margy..

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"marjorie" Discussed on The Women

The Women

08:07 min | 10 months ago

"marjorie" Discussed on The Women

"Honey? Marjorie husband Edna venzke got national attention in two thousand one. When he was convicted of thirty one charges of felony fraud political reported that he stole almost ten million dollars from unsuspecting investors including his own mother-in-law. He pleaded guilty to all counts and serve five years in federal prison during his sentence he and Marjorie got divorced. So I'm wondering if you can Describe when you later ran when when you ran again you talk to me about the feelings at that time that led you to decide to to run again two thousand right and then at that point my husband was getting into trouble so I had to How did you guys actually meet? I interviewed him first story. Yeah I interviewed him on the hill. in nineteen seventy five and he was a member of Congress from Iowa. I was doing an article. About adoptions especially was talking about the Vietnamese hit. He had made some interesting comments on it. Yeah and what was your impression when you met him? I thought he was terrific. I was very impressed with him and he was very kind and lovely guy. We went out to dinner that night and I got married fairly quickly after that and we put these families together. Wow was that hard dating with A single mom know so when you decided to to run again. You're in the midst of a of a run for. I think it was rick. Santorum's Senate seat her Kanye but you dropped out of that race right. You WanNa talk about that a little bit. I dropped out because at had gotten into a some complications he he had done some investing in things he really believed in and they didn't work out so it got complicated and and there was just way too much going. My job has always been always been. Which is you? You implied before was making sure that the family is on track. You know the kids in college and everything like that so it was just too much. It was just too much going on so I dropped out. How did you navigate that professionally emotionally I think I just barreled through. I think there was so much going on. And there were so many kids in so many. I knew that I had to continue to work which I did. I honestly I look back on that time and think I can get through this I. I know that I'm gonNA obvious to to do this and I say this now. You know you learned from the tough times I am learned I have definitely I. I'm I'm at the point now I don't I I will. I don't WanNA learn anymore. I'm I am learned. Marjorie is the founder and president of Women's campaign international and she's taught at the University of Pennsylvania for Twenty Years Marjorie and nineteen ninety-five served as director of the US delegation to the UN's Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing. I was the head of our delegation for the Beijing Conference. I came back and the White House. Said we've got to get more women to the table so I started an organization called Women's campaign international and I went to Penn. We're had graduated and started this organization. It's been a long long time. We're still we still exist. And we've been in forty five different countries. We train women to be leaders and so I was very much engaged to try to get grants from you sade and from the State Department. I started to teach their two main courses. One was empowering women in emerging democracies. The course that I taught was with David Eisenhower as in David Eisenhower as in as Eisenhower's grandson so every four years we do that I watched a pundit who speaking recently shouldn't reference specific research. But she said there's a lot of research about When there's a woman in the room and it makes a difference on cooperation huge. Let me talk to you about that internationally. You get a woman at the table as we. We got a grant from the Department of Defense to do a program in Liberia and we worked with women there in terms a lot of what we do is communications and you say mission gave us a grant to train women. We trained about one hundred thousand women all over the country every single solitary area region village and when Ebola hit we were there because Bolla is a disease of information and most of the women we worked with were illiterate but brilliant and they were able to get the message out. That's what we do. Women are just able to get into villages into cantons into council manic districts into Congressional districts and just create a different conversation. It's not necessarily better or worse. But it's different and that's what I think makes a huge difference with regard to him his campaign international. It's one of our. I think most effective moments for someone like you who has done such a variety of work and to me. The impression that I have is being out of office. You only have more fuel more energy more issues that year. Championing The day after election when we're looking at the results and we're thinking about what's next you know the women who win and the women who don't win What what the next move for for them. Forward thinking about Continuing to leave legacy. Well I would say embrace those issues that are really important but when we got down there in ninety to one of the things that we said the time was look at what those issues are and try and explain to the guys who've been there for really long time most of these issues that are important family issues education choice just healthcare think of it in terms of how it really affects you and your family and stick to that. I think it's going to be another year of the woman I hope. And now we've got face up to the the honest conversation of those people who feel as though they haven't been listened to and I think women can do that the other thing that women have to be careful about I think is that Redo have a tendency at one please people and we have to be able to step back and say okay. We some but we've got to step up to the plate to be a voice for the little person but the everyday person and the people in your family and the next generation you can follow Marjorie on twitter at M. M. A. R. G. O. L. E. S. p. a. You can follow Marjorie in her work and women's Campaign International Dot. Org the women as a production of iheartradio and myself your host Rosary. Holly FRY is our executive producer. This episode was mixed by Adrian Lily. Special thanks to Kevin Murphy Sabina Nsen nor kipness and the IHEART team and especially gail read very special. Thank you to Tj Hurson Philadelphia. Who made this interview possible for more podcasts? 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"marjorie" Discussed on The Women

The Women

10:08 min | 10 months ago

"marjorie" Discussed on The Women

"Hello this is Ron Burgundy. And you're listening to my voice which commands trust and respect. Guess what my podcast is back. And that's a win for everyone. If you're longtime listener to the show you probably already know the deal. Each week I bring you hard hitting journalism and also Light Entertainment. I contain multitudes. Find the Ron Burgundy podcasts. On the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. I was shocked shocked that I got elected. It never entered my mind that I would win and I mean it. I never even let myself get down to Washington. I never gone on the train to go to Washington to You. Know to look in the office or anything like that. I was just lousy poetry. I really was a terrible pocket. Welcome to the women of production of iheartradio and myself your host. Rosary every episode. I sit down with one person who has journeyed to do the extraordinary and on this episode Einstein with Marjorie Margolis. Nice to be here. Marjorie was the first woman elected to represent Pennsylvania in the house. She was elected in Nineteen ninety-two and went down in Washington. Dc during the year of the woman. I think women are are very equipped to listen to the other side. I think most reasonable people are but I think women are especially capable of doing that because we've dealt with family things and as congresswoman. She got national attention when she provided what was seen as the critical vote for president. Bill Clinton's budget and tax bill and Marjorie may be America's most famous mother-in-law her son. Mark is now married to Chelsea Clinton and before all of that and nineteen seventy at the age of twenty eight when Marjorie was working as a reporter. She was covering a story on Korean orphans and was so moved by the experience that she worked to become the first unmarried. Us citizen to adopt a child. Internationally Lee Hey from Korea and then four years later holly from Vietnam and we helped change the law to make five. Oh One C. Three available to folks like me Marjorie. Married Edward Venzke and together the tumor children and he had already had four kids and then they became legal guardians to three Vietnamese boys. They have eleven children in total so when I visited Margarine Philadelphia. I wanted to know how this woman who's champion for adoption rights for single women and whose champion for women's rights around the world has done so while raising and caring for a large family. Yeah that was the best part. Well I actually I guess the most complicated part the kids and trying to juggle it all and overcome the speed bumps but How what qualifies a speed bump? I adopted two kids before I got married. Married somebody with kids when we got married. We had six girls and because we had done it before we took in a Vietnamese refugee family. Then then I was asked to run in ninety one in a district that was very republican thirteenth districts. Chance I Anna I am a Democrat as you may guess you know the there's a narrative that's being formed that the Anita Hill hearings showcased the need for women in these senatorial seats in these congress seats. You do a lot to do with the ninety two. Oh yeah I I can remember. I can remember going away on vacation with my kids. I was particularly to listen to the on on radio. The hearings if you talk to the women who ran in ninety two the always mention those hearings with the white guys questioning Anita Hill in some of the questions were even then off so Iran is a big decision and was kind of one of those family decisions too. Because I had to give job which I really loved I. I knew that it would be tough to go back to journalism. I'm kind of glad I did it the way I did. It was your job. In one thousand nine hundred one I was working With NBC mostly for the Today Show contributing and also for the Owen Stations. I had started in New York and Washington. And shockingly honestly one by one thousand sixty three or something ridiculous like that and I was terrible politician. I mean the worst politician and went down there the year. The woman there twenty four new women and most of us were Democrats. There were three. Republicans on the House side on the Senate side also. It was the year of the woman but But you know it's interesting you say that because in nineteen ninety two what what was dubbed the Year of the woman the Senate tripled and that is from two to six light. We're not talking about a huge a huge dramatic number but it meant something I mean I can remember when we got down there. We would leave a room together and make a kind of impact not knowing what we were going to do but we made an impact because we had the numbers. We were hoping that the year of the woman lasted for three hundred sixty five days and then it died but it made a difference there issues that had been put on the back burner for very longtime family medical leave in the like mid had been on the burner for for seven years and we got there and said it had to pass words there. Were things that we we decided we were going to do. And are these mostly progressive women or was it a bipartisan. We tried to make it as bipartisan as possible. All of the women were were pro choice some more passionately but all of them were pro choice and we tried really hard to find the saints center the moderate Middle Regularly. We also talked about how important it was which we were unable to do to make the Congress more family friendly. We voted too late. We could move the schedule very hard. It was pushing the rock up the hill but I think it was where a lot of changes started. It was also a time when polarization became much more dramatic. It was the Newt Gingrich. It was interesting to unfold. Because there's so much do refresh persons. We knew there was so much incoming. We didn't know exactly how to handle a lot of these things. But I think that's true in any new class. I mean I can tell you with the vote in nineteen ninety-three Bill Clinton had a a very He had anonymous Sp. Spending package is his his budget and Could you could you give us an explanation of what that is in one sentence? Sure for Clinton it was had not passed. I think it would've been a one term president. It was huge. It was his budget. It had a modest tax increase. A four point three cent a gallon gasoline tax. Give you the details. D- If you have problems sleeping here's the time It was very controversial that which made headlines said that tax increase and loaded up all that kind of stuff it didn't address entitlements as much as I wanted it to but it was extremely important. Most of US came in because Bill Clinton was a really good candidate in ninety two. We came in on his coattails. I certainly did and it looked like it was going down and give you the short version and as I walked into the house. Did they said the president was on the phone and I said well you know. Close Bill and He said what would it take an? I said Syria Serious Conversation on entitlements and that you wouldn't stand in the way of future cuts and I said very importantly the two things one. I'll only be your last vote in other words if it's tile brick tie that's all I'm not gonNa vote for it because I I have problems and I said you know the calls that were coming into my my office mind. You calls come in when they're negative not when they're positive but the calls that were coming in were saying vote against it. I knew that there had only been two votes like that in history. One for the impeachment of Andrew Johnson of course and the second was for the draft and there have been two votes like that in history. I knew that to seventeen to seventeen. It goes down as a tie anyway. It was it was five and I broke the tie it to eighteen. And that was that was the problem I want to. I want to clip of Describing that night and that the Clinton White House was gathered on tiny. Tv watching the votes. Come in yeah. And when you went to cast tie-breaking vote that the Republicans were quote taunting. You is on my gosh. I'll never forget there was somebody in my delegation fell by the nerve walker. Who was jumping up and down saying bye bye Marjorie bye bye Marjorie jumping and down now to say about that. He was right He was a jerk and and he was a phenomenal jumper. But yeah that happening and I was taken out under under the capital and at couldn't go outside where the press was was taken to a little into a little office. It was crazy and then when I came back to the district had to be taken a couple of times by police out of debates and everything and although this is not what said what has been written really makes me angry my opponents in the next race that I promised I would never raise taxes. Well I never said that. Not only that in debates and everything like that people will say we would. You've signed pledged never raise taxes. I would say you know I'm a reporter. I don't know what it's GonNa be like when I get down there and if we have some kind of a crisis. I don't want to say that I'm not going to raise taxes. If in fact we need I said it all the time. But that's not what bruce run against me. They're saying. I promise never to raise taxes. People were really angry that I voted I. It was just absolutely thought that thing to do. And then the president and most of his cabinet came to Bryn Mawr to do An entitlements conference which was I think an important beginning of conversations about entitlements so you sound like you still feel good.

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"marjorie" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"marjorie" Discussed on The Moth

"Was Marjorie. Tanakh tha bone. Marjorie was raised at her families. Fish Camp just outside of nome Alaska. She's a New York and Kiowa as well as an entrepreneur. Artist Hide Tanner tattooist subsistence instance gatherer and mother. We wanted to learn more about Marjorie journey so we gave her a call to talk about where she is now in her practice. Here's Marjorie in the months executive producer. Sarah Austin in this. I thought we just talk a little bit about your story and some follow up at this moth show in Alaska. Your mother-in-law was so proud of you but she said she was surprised that you were telling this story because tattooing is still pretty secretive creative tattoos. Each traditional Tattoo get is a personal tattooed and so it can. It can be hard to talk about. Got It but I feel like my really as a indigenous woman who's practicing choose to to share the story and uh-huh to let people know because I feel like there's so much interest in it and people just want to know and understand and so that they could possibly get it on phones if they feel like they're ready and what does the traditional tattoo ceremony. Honey look like crucial element is to make sure that the person who is receiving the Tattoo is batting to get and and you know I usually stick with the people beforehand and talk about why they're giving Eh and what the purpose of the divine. Why did they choose it or in some cases by design it for them and then once we actual tech tomb I I usually like to like my feel oil and then I was talking about in this story. I myself was just like a tool were. We're for the ancestors to guide me in putting the Tattoo on the person and so it's kind of a very meditative this time For both me and the person receiving the Tattoo as well after a huge tattoo done like like something on the face like to have the person their name say their name again out loud. The ancestors recognizing is it. Knowledge that person so The ceremony is there is. What's really important meeting with traditional pets because It's not about the the interest in there. It's about the process about how that person doctor and what that person will uh-huh coming out after what are some of the other ways that you connect to your ancestors and keep your culture thriving Trying to learn and speak our traditional language is something that the nested and keeps my daughter connected being a a good mother. Of course is one of the League's I feel like I'm also connected because in our tradition. You know she's named after one of our ancestors Eh. Japan carries back there with her. And at what point do you think your daughter might ask for Tattoo I did. She will ask early age. You know she's she's always known that tattoos were there ever since she was born. Go no shoes. Kinda come into this world where tattoos or pretty common and I can imagine her growing up and being some women who don't have tattoos and wondering why don't and so I imagine at a young early age that she'll ask them. I'll tell her about she'll be able to get hers and the ceremony that it requires and and I imagine that Now when she is ready okay ready and then they'll be in a day for her so I'm pretty I'm pretty excited for wow. This isn't that unfold. I mean you know I. I don't really know GonNa happen but I kind of like my that. That was Marjorie. Tha Bone to see photos of Marjorie traditional tattoos and to learn more just head to our website the moth dot org..

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"marjorie" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"marjorie" Discussed on The Moth

"I'm Dan Kennedy this week. We're bringing you a story from our main stage program Marjorie. Coban Coban told this story in Anchorage Alaska at a main stage show where the theme of the night was uncharted territory. You'll notice that Marjorie begins her story with a traditional prayer. Here's Marjorie live at the moth who ya now blue eat. King vote swung locked UK. Are Shouting Outing Lou. Lou Nate when I was a little girl I asked my mother weather what that Tattoo on her wrist was. She said it's a tattoo. I stitched on myself when I was a teenager. You're much too young to understand. Ask Me when you're older. I'm from nome Alaska and my parents raised me to embrace race. My heritage raised out on the land learning how to process and cut the animals picked the Greens and the berries in respect them in such a way that there was just no words to be shared. I knew who I was but I wanted that. Spiritual ritual component that link to our ancestors that I just felt was missing. I found an old photograph of relative. It was of a woman and she had three distinct tattoos running from the bottom of her lip to the bottom of her chin. I had asked my grandmother what those were what they meant and she said a long time ago. Every woman got those traditional Chin Tattoos. I I don't remember what they meant but I think they were a form of beauty. I had asked several other elders and they all gave me the same reply. Hi that they were called of loon and the practice was called. Becky knits traditional tattoos. And I had soon soon learned. The practice of cookie. KNITS had been suppressed by missionaries in the late eighteen. Hundreds and had slowly faded away with the passing of our elders. What little knowledge was left? Warren Meth and the Occasional Journal of early explorers. I was a young woman now and I asked my mother again. What that risk pet to head meant and she she shared with me? When I was a teenager I decided to tattoo myself because I was so angry? Angry that our culture had been up rooted and our native community was in crisis of identity and I wanted on had to be grounded so badly and I asked her why that Tattoo. Why one line across the wrist and she said your great grandmother had three lines going across the list Frist and I wanted to have those three lines but she was unable to complete them? I thought to myself I want to have that spiritual connection to our ancestors just like my mother. I wanted to be bold. I wanted to get my my double horn but I knew I needed to get permission from my family. Because at that time in the early two thousands it was extremely rare there to see a woman with facial tattoos it would have been almost like an act of rebellion rather than a strengthening of my addity. My parents were supportive but when I went to my grandmother and I asked her if I could get my double the one. She looked at me and she said Oh. No not your beautiful face. My Grandmother was one of the first generations to be sent to boarding school as a child and learn to assimilate into the Western society. She was told to just fit in and to do away with the new batch traditions that she had learned. I think she feared that that I would stick out too much and maybe wouldn't get a job. I needed to prove to her that I was strong enough to where you're the one I needed to earn it with the little literature that was available. I come to learn that the main technique of giving a tattoo was done by needle and thread. The thread was dipped in ink. Thank made of soot from the oil lamp and skillfully stitched in the top layers of the skin. I also learned that it was almost always women getting the tattoos done but the coolest thing was that the tattooist was always a woman woman. I was empowered in opportunity came up where I could compete in a statewide cultural pageant and the cultural pageant. You know it's similar to a beauty pageant and the lower forty-eight except you're not really judged uh on your evening where or how good you look into bathing suit but instead you're scored on your cultural knowledge and and your ability to demonstrate it to a wide audience. I asked my grandmother. Does our family have any traditional regalia and she deep continued to pull out the most beautiful unfinished ground Squirrel Parka. She said your great grandmother started sewing this Parka in the nineteen sixties my same grand grandmother who had those three lines tattooed on her wrist. The competition was three weeks away and we still had to do the bottom half of this Parka and mind into this Parka. Had intricate geometric designs that made our family Kucuk family crested designs designs. That people knew who you were and the stitches were so fine tight and close. I wondered you'd if my great grandmother had tattooed herself or tattooed others. It was so unifying knowing that my great grandmother my grandmother my mother and I worked on this family heirloom and with a finished ground squirrel L.. Parka I went to the competition and shared the cultural knowledge that I had learned going up on the land and talked about the importance of reclaiming our identity and I won. My grandmother was so proud and I asked her again. I grandmother. I've really WANNA get these tattoos. Hi to but I really need your blessing and she looked at me and she said reluctantly. Okay now I knew I wanted to get it in a respectful respectful way in some of the research that I did. I found that when a young woman reached a marriageable age and she was able to bear children. She would receive attritional channel Chin Tattoo. I thought how can I.

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"marjorie" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

10:48 min | 1 year ago

"marjorie" Discussed on Female Criminals

"Last mother had suspected an affair between wally and and marjorie at the time. Nancy dismissed her mother's suspicions thinking they were a paranoid symptom of alzheimer's disease now that it was too late. Nancy regretted not giving more weight to helen's claims soon. Marjorie drove a wedge between nancy and wally. He'd previously had a warm relationship with his children but for months while he grew distant nancy believed marjorie was turning him against her then nancy noticed that many of her mother's valuables including her wedding ring were missing. She was confident that marjorie had taken them. Nancy also discovered that wally he gave large amounts of money to marjorie. This was troubling as nancy worked multiple jobs to support her father. She was shocked to find that. Many of his bills were past. Do while marjorie enjoyed the fruits of nancy's labor according to the merck manual entry on antisocial personality disorder people with a._p._d. Not often bad with money. Their lack of impulse control means that they often make decisions without considering the long term impacts but nancy could never proved that marjorie was manipulating wally and stealing from him and even when she did occasionally catch margarine ally wally never wanted to hear about it it. He'd put his full trust in her. He couldn't be reasoned with even when his family was convinced. That marjorie was ruining his life. Wally married marjorie in valley city north dakota on august seventh nineteen eighty one a year and a half after helen's this death marjorie was forty nine years old twenty three years younger than her third husband. The couple told no one of their wedding plans until after they returned from their interstate road trip soon afterward the state of north dakota charged her with bigamy. She still hadn't filed for for divorce from roger her second husband who was serving two life sentences for murder. The bigamy charges weren't a big concern for marjorie. She and wally ali live together in minnesota and bigamy wasn't a serious enough crime for north dakota to have her extradited. The pair were content to ignore the charges and continue living their lives. Marjorie still remained legally married to roger while her marriage to wally wasn't recognized marjorie saen on no immediate issues with this psychiatrist. Roxanne dryden edwards explained that people with a._p._d. Often fail to plan ahead or to take responsibility responsibility for their own actions. This is a major factor in why so many people with untreated a._p._d. Commit crimes repeatedly. It's probably also part of the reason marjorie never bothered to sort out her legal marital issues in the summer of nineteen eighty two fifty year old marjorie and seventy three year old wally decided to move to a lovely lakeside house in order to afford it. They sold their current residence. On september first the buyers a family called the larson's wanted to move in right away but marjorie and wally convinced them to wait so they could finish some last minute renovations and on september twelve. The larson's entered their new home to review the renovations. They noted that the work was incomplete and shoddily don on in some cases. Marjorie walis changes had actually damaged the house strangely. The kitchen smelled strongly of gasoline on the morning of september fifteenth. The day that the larson's plan to move in the structure caught fire a neighbor. I spotted the smoke at six thirty thirty a._m. By that point the house was already engulfed in flames. He said it was damp and rainy. I remember and i thought gee that's kind of funny. Within fifteen minutes firefighters arrived at the scene as they fought the flames. They noticed how quickly the fire air spread typically an empty house takes longer to burn because it lacks furniture and other flammable materials that serve as kindling but on this wet rainy day the empty house soon became an inferno in spite of the firefighters best efforts. They were unable to save the structure structure that afternoon. After the fire was finally extinguished the fire marshall's investigators found crumple newspapers near the fireplace where or the blaze had originated when the larson's reported on the gasoline date smelled earlier. It was clear to investigators what had happened. Someone intentionally intentionally burned down the larson's house coming up next. We'll discuss marjorie arson charges. True crime is my passion but even i need the occasional break so when i feel like i need a mental pallet cleanser i pull out my phone and play. Ah best fiends best. Fiends is a really fun puzzle game. It's been a lot more challenging recently. I'm up to level one seventy five. I used to breeze through through levels pretty easily but it took me quite a while to clear level one sixty five idyllic island but that's what makes it so rewarding when you finally solve the puzzle right not only is best fiends fun to play but it's also accessible. You don't need an internet connection to play. I'll play it when i'm on an airplane or waiting to meet a friend i i think what i like. Most about best scenes is how relaxing it is. It brings me a sense of calm as i play it. Best fiends has one hundred million downloads globally and i can see why so if you have tried best means give it a try. Engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters to five star rated mobile game on the apple app store and google play download free on the apple app store or google play. That's friends without the our best. Veen's birthdays anniversaries holidays holidays. These are the important dates that most people tend to remember but the podcast network remembers important dates in true crime history every day my show today in true crime takes you back to the biggest events true crime that happened each day in history whether the crime is infamous or or just plain interesting. There's a crime story for every day of the year. September third two thousand twelve griselda blanco cocaine godmother mother was gunned down in columbia october ninth two thousand and two serial killer aileen wore knows declined her final meal and was executed ed november twenty ninth nineteen eighty-one natalie wood drowned on a weekend boat trip today and true crime is podcasts. I daily true crime podcast. You no longer have to wait for weeks to get your true crime fix with new episodes every day. You'll never run out of true. Crime content again and crime never takes a day off and now neither does podcast follow today in true crime for free on spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts <music> now.

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"marjorie" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

09:15 min | 1 year ago

"marjorie" Discussed on Female Criminals

"On elizabeth's day nurse mildred garvey arrived to relieve velma the first thing she saw when she entered the mansion. Shen was velez legs hanging off the window seat on the stairs. This didn't alarm mildred. She assumed the night nurse had laid down for a brief nap but as she got closer mildred realized that her first instinct was dead wrong barefoot and covered in blood velma what isn't just napping mildred lifted velez arm to take her pulse she could already tell velma was dead from her clammy skin and limp arm mildred ran into elizabeth's room to check on her. She confirmed that elizabeth to had died during the night. Her bedsheets were disobeyed suggesting a struggle mildred sprinted back down the stairs just in time to see elizabeth's made arriving for the start of her shift mildred announced. That misconduct was dead. This didn't surprise the maid who was well aware of elizabeth's advanced age and health issues. She said heart attack attack. Probably mildred replied. No she's been murdered and velma is dead to as the made began to panic. Mildred rid dialed nine one one to report what she'd seen soon. The police arrived the same morning. Elizabeth's youngest adopted daughter forty-two-year-old two year old jennifer received a phone call that her mother had been murdered the first words out of her mouth were marjorie did it next.

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"marjorie" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"marjorie" Discussed on Female Criminals

"Birthdays adversaries holidays. These are the important dates. Most people tend to remember but the podcast network remembers important dates in true crime history every every day minute show today and true crime takes you back to the biggest events in true crime that happened each day in history whether the crime is infamous this or just plain interesting. There's a crime story for every day of the year august thirty first eighteen eight jack. The ripper commits his first murder october third nineteen ninety five o._j. Simpson is acquitted november nineteen. Th two thousand seventeen cult leader charles manson dies is today and true crime podcasts. I daily true crime podcast. You no longer have to wait for weeks to get your true crime. Fix with new episodes roads each day. You'll never run out of true. Crime content again. Crime never takes the day off and now neither does podcast follow today in true crime for free on spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts now back to several times over the years elizabeth gifted dick large sums to help him make ends meet and while he struggled to stay afloat financially dick continued to lose patience with marjorie extravagant spending and her lies about where the money went by nineteen sixty marjorie and dick had been married nine years and had seven children. It was then that twenty-eight-year-old marjorie decided she wanted to redecorate their home with authentic. Then take eighteenth century antiques dick refused. They didn't have the money a few weeks after this conversation dick and the children came home after after marjorie had been alone in the house. They were astonished to find that all of their furniture had been ripped apart. Marjorie claimed that the family dog had done the damage but it was clear to dick that someone had made clean cuts with a knife despite dick's doubts about marjorie story he stood by and while she filed a claim with their insurance company with the payout marjorie redecorated in her preferred theme eighteenth century antiques in nineteen sixty two thirty year old marjorie became obsessed with competitive figure skating she enrolled all seven of her children in skating lessons and the families debt exploded as marjorie purchased equipment and costumes and traveled all over the state for competitions. Just as marjorie margerie had been fixated on her house. She was also consumed by her children's competitive edge. She permitted her children to cut class to get in more practice this time when the school threatened to charge them with truancy she allegedly bribed the administrators additionally she harshly heckled other competitors others who rivaled her own children's success on one occasion a young girl skates went missing right before she was supposed to compete against marjory daughter water another time a front runner skater was in a severe accident after someone allegedly tempered with his skates dulling the edge so oh he'd have less control in both instances marjorie children's secured victories after their competitors were eliminated through all all this march or is husband dick grew to believe that the competitive skating was harming his children. He worried that they were taking the wrong lessons for marjorie. Is this cutthroat tactics. He also suspected that some of his children wanted to quit but feared saying so because marjorie would lash out as time went on dick grew increasingly convinced that marjorie didn't have her children's best interests at heart.

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"marjorie" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"marjorie" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Good morning. The Lord be with you. Miss Marjorie will east end up everybody. I want you to remember that miss Caitlyn introduced estimates Marjorie last weekend. But I want you to see miss Marjorie because she's gonna be our miss Caitlyn for the next couple months. So can you all say, welcome? Thank you for your welcome. Thank you, miss Marjorie. So I have a question to ask. But first I want to tell you that pastor Steve when he preaches today is going to tell us a story about Jesus when Jesus tells his disciples about. That there's going to be a time when we feel afraid or we feel scared we feel afraid or we feel scared. So I have a question have any of you ever felt afraid or scared? Can I see your hands of any of y'all ever felt afraid or scared? Well, this is what Jesus tells his friends his disciples. He says I'm going to be with you, even when you are afraid or you are scared, and that Jesus is with us when we feel afraid and we feel scared. That's something that we can say thank you for. So I'd like you to practice your thank you. So sure late in may can I hear you all let's practice or thank you. Thank you. So let's pray please repeat after me. Dear god. Thank you for being with us. Thank you that. When we feel scared. We know you are with us. And now, I invite you to pray the prayer with me that Jesus taught us, and if you don't know it just come along with us, and listen and learn, and let's pray the prayer that Jesus Santos praying. Our father Martin heaven hallowed be name. Die kingdom come will be delivered on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day, our daily bread, and forgive us, our debts as we forgive our debtors and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil for nine is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever. Oh, man. Now, you may go to children's church continued or back to the peace with your parents..

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"marjorie" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

15:31 min | 2 years ago

"marjorie" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Okay. Welcome back to coast to coast, professor slim king with us as we talk about the life of Harry Houdini. We'll also talk about magic very shortly as well. Professor back to the curse you were talking about the merger and Houdini and explain a little bit more about who Marjorie was Marjorie real name is Meena Crandon, and she was a socialite in Boston. She was married to a doctor, and they had kind of a mysterious. Life cheat was set to be really really a sensuous lady all the pictures. I see she looks pretty average. But everybody who met her thought she was just devastatingly beautiful. I don't know why. But they did. And it had probably had something to do with the way that she did I say onces, meaning was the they called her Marjorie. And she was the witch of lime street sometimes they called her the blonde witch Boston. And that wasn't a compliment in those days to call somebody a which I think so I think it's. I think they they got a big kick out of it. Because I was a a lot of people during that time period during the spiritualist movement. A lot of people are having families circles, they were all kinds of people that were Catholics are Baptists or whatever I'm there on their Sunday afternoon or Saturday. They would all get together in the middle of the day and hold hands and somebody would go into a trance, and they would try to contact their deceased relatives. It was common back in the twenties. Okay. But this this curse now. Right. So Harry goes and he's gonna check out Meena Crandon. He's going to go to Boston. And they line up about six fans is that he's going to attend. Now. The scientific American has a twenty five hundred dollar purse for anybody that can prove that they are a real medium or any normal and kind of like the GRE f the James, Randi educational foundation had a million. One here, which they never had to give out right? They never had to give it out. But they I don't think they actually let anybody who could actually win participants. Thank you for that one. Yeah. Well, they can they can dislike Yali wide. I don't think they played fair, and they finally shut it down. And they're just giving the money whoever they want. That is interesting that they were taking in about one point five million dollars a year talking about a million dollar contest. So they were coming out way ahead. So anyway, the the scientific American has the same kind of thing going on. So they are always going to Marjorie seances. So they set this up with six of these and Houdini goes up, but he doesn't send rose MAC and Berg that's the agent that easily sends a head. What he does. He bills a box kind of looks like a son. He builds this box, and he has James Collins build at forum. And he builds all Houdini props, and it's it's designed so that only means head in her hands can stick out. Okay. So she can't get anything so Houdini. He's gonna make sure that she can't produce any trickery. So they do one everything goes according to plan, and they have what they call a bell box itself. Little Abell inside of a box. And if they push on the lead the bell will ring, and they always put the box outside of the reach of Nina. And in this particular, insensitive put it between Houdini. He's legs. So there's no way anyone could get out. Well in the first thing the bell rings. So the second sounds he brings in the box and he puts her in the box. He's gonna stop it. Right. And they put that in the second sound the bell rings. So now, he's baffled. So now, he's got a fixture. And remember what we talked about before about. There's always an out you have to he has to fix marketing because Marjorie because he actually already written a book about her. How he's you know, exposed her. Yeah. So he's got this book he's gonna put out so he has to expose her. So she comes in everybody gets around the fans, and of course, Marjorie. As a spirit guide and his name is Walter Marjorie brother, so Walter she goes into a trance and Walter comes out and just start Cussing and swearing and cursing at Houdini, and he says, why did you put this thing in here? Why are you doing this? Why did you do this? I'm cursing you. This is this is this is a spirit saying this, right? The spirits saying it through Marjorie. And the spirit. Walter puts eight death, Chris because inside the box is a rule or one of those rulers up into three pieces one of those all kinds of. Yeah. And it's inside the box the only people to have access to the box was leaning. Wow. And James, Colin how soon. Was the curse professor and then Houdini ended up dying. Well, the cursed him and some people say that he said you'll die in a year. That's. You know, people debate about that. But he died in two years. He was totally dead. This big strong man died in two years after being cursed by Walter. Did it scare him? Well, actually who gaining used it in his advertising, you can see their Houdini ads all over the place where Houdini advertised that he's under the curse of the spiritual and could die at any moment. And really helped him, you know, kind of in a way. But then you get this concept of the self fulfilling prophecy, right? They have prophesied that she's gonna die. So later when Houdini gets sick, maybe this is in the back of his mind. And so he doesn't go to the doctor because he doesn't want to. He doesn't want to prove them. Right. He doesn't want to show that he's getting sick or something's happened. And that kind of my viewpoint of maybe what happened. Why? He didn't go when you first started getting sick. And Arthur Ford what happened to him eventually, Arthur Ford, Arthur Ford toward the world after he gave this. Did he outlive Houdini? Outlived y'all lived until seventy one. Wow. Okay. Lived a fantastic life. So after Houdini tries to frame up Marjorie. He puts out this book, actually fails. But he says he does it and he's got these photos of Marjorie legs under the table. And then he had some drawings made were her leg is reaching around his leg. So he makes them drawings and puts them in the book where the photo is not anything like the drawing. A little too little trickery by Houdini. Yes. So Houdini once again is doing this. And there was a guy named Walter b Gibson. And he is probably one of if not the number one expert on Houdini. He worked with Houdini. He worked with done injure, and then he worked with Crespin. And he makes the statement there's a a bombshell in in the interview craft skin and. He gives this quote by Gibson says when will magicians realize that Houdini was often as dishonest as a medium, sheep reported to expose. Wow. That's pretty heavy is heavy coming from the number one guy. So he knew that they were putting James Collins in there in that that rose MAC and Berg was going ahead. And and they were setting them up. So he would have a great show the three park show. Can you imagine what Houdini would have done professor if they had television in those days? Boy, you would have been huge. He would have been Hughes. Brings up another subject. You know? On fences. And you wonder why people don't put on sun TV, really? Well, I was involved in a well, they have to darken it so much. You won't see anything. Right. Well, we'll talk about that a little later because these senses the ones I'm talking about happening in broad daylight. Really Arthur Ford fence was about at noon. Broad daylight when he had the Houdini sense. Well, that's because he probably was the real deal. He he was what they call. The white crow. Crows are black all you have to do is find one white one the prove that all crows aren't black and they refer to them as the white crow. Interesting take let's talk a little bit about magic. And the next hour. We'll take phone calls with you. You sent me a box. I'm gonna shake it for people. It's full of a lot of stuff. What is this? It's what I call a hoodoo box. And it's really magic that you do over the radio. I kind of that's how I got my Merlin award. I'll explain what's in here. And you tell me why they're there. Okay. Okay. First of all you put a calculator in there. How come well? Sometimes when you do a numerology things a calculator. Is almost essential in this day and age because kids really don't the common core. Math doesn't really get to them. As good as the old old style mathematics. So I always put a calculator in the box. So they can know what's you know, to be sure to check any mathematical calculations or anything. That's new logical. You have a little notebook very small notebook right now for taking notes. Anything you want to write down two pencils? Yeah. Some pencils to do what we need to do. Yeah. A little. Got any Nicole? Pennies that eight cents in here should be probably should be three ship before pennies and Nicole. I got three pennies in a nickel for up here is. Hey, thanks. The deal. Something that we could do with everybody. Listeners and stuff a little magic that we could do over the phone and over the radio with two point seven million listener, smart, you compare dice here. Yep. Paradise. Good for determining the future. Three bottle caps. Look on the inside of the bottle caps. You'll find luck paper and scissors. I don't know if you I'm from the Pacific northwest originally, and we had lucky beer up there. They have little joke. Side of the bottle cap. Now, this is a company up there sections beer, I guess, and they they have rock, paper scissors. So sometimes I play rock paper scissors with those over the phone interesting. We'll do now there's a little red piece of plastic that's about three and a half inches long. What is this? That is what I call natural. Magic. Something that does something magical. But it just looks like a piece of plastic. Okay. That's right there. There's a little pendulum. You gave me it looks like it's looks. Let's get a little cube at the end shaped like a triangle. Yeah. Mainland's are great because I love those pendulum in the way. I see it. The spiritual world comes into this world through your subconscious. Yes comes into this world through your dreams. It comes into this world through things that you're not conscious of, but you can become conscious of and a good example. I like to use is like say ladies pregnant, she's pregnant, and she has no idea what the sex of that child is right back in the day. They would take a woman's long hair tight on her wedding ring, and they would use it as a pendulum over her stomach to determine the sex of that child. She would hold it. And if the can goes away from earn back away from her in back like she was nodding that would be. Yes. And and if it goes to the left to the right to left, and right that would be a, no, Yup. And so they would ask her the sex of the child, and she would do that to get a yes or no. Because her entire body knows the sex of that child, right subconsciously? She's building another little human being in there. See I would do this with a piece of paper professor with what you just said. Yes. Yes. No. No. And I'd I'd make it out on a drawing in you could use it like that. It's easier to look at. And it's remarkable how it works. Yes. And in my opinion, ear tapping into your subconscious. It's it's awesome for finding lost objects. Okay. Then knows where that object is then you've got some tarot cards in here. And there's just some tarot cards cards for you. When we come back at the top of the hour. We will go through some of these. Okay. We'll see what happens if the audience is gonna participate in anything. Do you want them to get some pennies or something? Get some pennies and a nickel four pennies in a nickel can do that. Folks. If you have that around your house, a nickel and four pennies go ahead and grab them. And in a few minutes. We will when we come back. We will be going through that. We'll also gonna take some phone calls with the professor about Houdini and magic next hour. Tell me about working with David Copperfield, professor. Oh, that's amazing. I think he's a genius. Is I really really like David Copperfield. He's a kindred spirit or something. I just love working with him. And he's one heck of a guy because I have more respect for him than almost anybody. I know, and I know you take some plaque here and there, but I think he has ideologically he has some real strong moral values that I just really appreciate would you call Chris angel a magician as well. Well, I have had a long a long term relationship with Chris angel and he's a magician. But he's. Not in the same league as Copperfield in my opinion. But one very intriguing thing is when we get back and talk to about a little more about the code word was believe in the actual show that Chris angel does in Vegas. It's called believe. That's true. Yes. Bats taken straight from the Houdini code would. I don't know people know that. But that's exactly where that comes. That's cool. Now, he's Copperfield's still at the MGM in Vegas. Yes. He's been there. Like sixteen years sells out all the time doesn't he? Pardon me..

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"marjorie" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"marjorie" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Team which is marjorie alexander and of course since you're in la it's a fucking picture outside on the dan like is there such thing as an inside restaurant in la apparently not apparently there are inside restaurants but why the fuck would anybody wanna sit inside i mean it's it's it's amazing it's it's like sixty eight to seventy two degrees every fucking day here no you're doing marjorie way as the newest member of our team and she's she's she's filling in a lot of the holes in our technical knowledge which is pretty gaping rudy fucking game we didn't even know how to set up email we try to set up email we couldn't even set up our own email i wouldn't go quite that far i did set up email but the problem is never mind i'm not gonna go there i i don't want to mention the other email provider that we were forced to take on that wasn't google i don't understand why anybody would choose any email provider that's not google because everything is fucking google has just easier to do that and like it all together but so instead we had to figure it out she figured out we but we did have to pay someone to do it for us it wasn't as easy as just getting on g mail and doing it what i like about it which is really cool is it now a part of like an inherent a i don't know if you call it inherent but it when i go to doug at turnkey podcast dot com.

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"marjorie" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"marjorie" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

"But it's basically not about technology or sifi it's basically about how we live our lives and what they're made up of particularly memory marjorie of marjorie prime is having trouble with her memory and so the prion which instead artificial intelligence companion played by john ham is both a spur to memory and memory in a way himself as a younger version of the husband who's no longer living but the main thing is always the humanity of it not the technology of it in my opinion i think it's true with some of the stories that sprung to mind when i looked at this film was i know people who make comparisons to a couple of episodes of black mira i urge that i haven't seen the myself that i heard that well worth a watch indeed and there's also the spike joins film her yes which is one of my favorite yells it it in fact this similarties i found was that you can read synopsis of these films and you might look at the surface details and think what a strange idea and then when you watch the film and when you get involved in the story it's really as you say the emotions that you really connect with was that something that stuck out to you when you first read the script for this all the detect while did you have to read it a few times in order to really understand what was going on all it always seem jimmy so clearly about human beings and the way we live our lives.

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"marjorie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"marjorie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Nightmare marjorie and kevin we're from south carolina have a son monte who suffers from spina bifida washing did democrats promise families like the weir's that if they liked their doctor they could keep their doctor but now there's only one insurer left at the state exchange and marjorie says that every year she waits anxiously to learn if the doctors and hospitals which are so needs the most will remain in their network more obamacare lives and you've seen that up front unfortunately up front and personal the democrats promise melissa actress and that her son's preexisting conditions would be covered the accusations quickly learned that obamacare's promise of covering for preexisting conditions was meaningless though of the doctors you need to care for you are jordan you're obamacare plan so you just have a meaningless promise that everybody knows it and most people on obamacare no it after excruciating series of events in job locations melissa her husband found themselves just before christmas emotionally and financially devastated crying in a doctor's office faced with yet another seemingly unpayable bill when insurance wouldn cover.

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"marjorie" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"marjorie" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

"Because he chose marjorie who now is telling him right to choose the faith the thing that's rc feared was founded in this sense marjorie is manipulations in games really are actually threatening the new lancaster nuclear family and there's some delicious irony there in marjorie being the one causing that harm to the core of the lancer family when sir so many of search these threats to marjorie were directed at that same idea you heard about the reins cast a mirror that's what we can do to the thai rows well kind of happening in reverse at this moment spoiler alert it will turn the other way again i read slack here when the highest payroll let's tomen see marjorie marjorie is clean she has received a bath and she had to have done something to earn that bath we've seen the conditions that these prisoners are captain the squalor the filth while walls that something it turns out it was a green to convert thoman who is smitten with marjorie will do literally whatever she says he just wants to get back in that bed converting into the cause unabridged version here of what she says to him about the sparrow to sort of soften him up to this idea what we thought he was is he the thing about him is we've looking at the world statin easy thing admitting to yourself what you really are taken me a while but he helped me read all those stories i told myself about who i was and why did things i did there were so many lies in those stories she is explains tomen that she has had an awakening thanks to the highest barrel.

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