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"mark father" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

04:09 min | 8 months ago

"mark father" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"They say they'll handle the situation and And for to not call the police and then they don't handle the situation. They just allowed to get away with not only get he thrives. In their organization he rises in the organization becomes an elder in two thousand ten flees to mexico. For more cassation's eventually he confesses in disposition to molest molesting lopez and several other young boys lopez files a lawsuit against watch tower twenty two or two thousand twelve when his lawyer requested that watched our turnover all documents related to campos and other molesters the organization refuses saying it doesn't have the resources to locate this information which is bullshit. A senior official for watchtower whose conscience finally got the best of him. Later testified that all the information was able to be located easily because it had been scanned stored in a microsoft share point database. Still watch our refuses to hand database over. Somebody fucking burns down their headquarters someday. The judge grew frustrate eventually barred the organization for mounting a defense hail that judge and the hand lopez a thirteen and a half million dollar award. Unfortunately like with conti watchtower lawyers appeal and appellate court overturns the ruling saying the judge should have sanctioned watchtower incrementally and the case was settled for an undisclosed sum and january twentieth team but can dirty lawyering and almost every one of these cases pressure to conform and stay silent demanded not only by church officials but by parents grandparents friends and colleagues all of whom were so convinced of the righteous path. They believe the act of cutting off their loved ones was a merciful. You gesture designed to guarantee their eventual salvation. What a way to rationalize sexual abuse everyone involved. These cups should be so fucking ashamed of themselves and embarrassed to think that some all knowing is opposing loving and forgiving. God would want them to behave that way. Back to market is leaked documents. Now january nine two thousand eighteen. The documents go live on faith leaks. Gizmodo publishes a story other american allies. Pick it up as do median. Uk finland spain lebanon hungary chile bolivia other countries mark plans to send the documents describing serious crimes to relevant local authorities He received messages from people saying that they had more documents to share with them. Six months after leaks go public mark receives a call from his mom had spoken to him and more than a year. His father was diagnosed with cancer treatment. Going well as parents are still in the kingdom. He and kimmy immediately become involved. Parents lives doing their grocery shopping driving his dad. Radiation treatments managing his care for the first time in his life margot's close to his parents. He becomes a daughter to them and january. Two thousand nineteen mark's father dies at the funeral. Mark finds himself once again sitting in a baltimore kingdom hall though he and kimmy had to their great surprise. Still not been des- fellowship. They did not know what to expect. Both become vocal watchtower critics online no longer bothered to hide their identities still. There's an unwritten rule among witnesses that funerals or a no shunned zone. So that's good. Maybe the most likeable detail. I've come across about them. They were mostly greeted warmly. glad to see some old friends. The elder given the eulogy spoke of jerry o'donnell's ever-present smile endearing habit of obsessive recordkeeping..

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"mark father" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

05:19 min | 10 months ago

"mark father" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Edm brain it's set for example in in soccer nouns and other sports as well is when a player dose of the extraordinary things schools go hits a six or whatever you know. The the tiller of new will say so. What was going through your mind at that time. And the sports myrtle spokeswoman tries to give it another nothing they were just they were doing what they do excellently. They do very well and lying is a very good example. Something which is in the head something out that were playing old playing field of people in the presence of spectators. And what you have there is a shared social of ecstatic normally earned it some. I guess i mean i mean. Football is so careerism. You know for me. It's really the one hand really interns. You know who i am. It's about as deep as it goes on my on my grandmother's grave which i visited loss Unstuck in england in Zone is in grinding than i thought. It was strange about. And so i i. It is the same on a mark. Father was confirmed on them. Like my son is twenty nine. His a century an older liberty having homeowners this team and this team linked to the city. So it's about points the barrel. Louis you on densification won't that place means and the values which you think associated with that that place it's always tribal since identity and are not going to be nazi if it will certainly powerful and good and on will is a is. It is a great metaphor for the world in the sense in which a football team Eleven zero point though marriages mike. Water was bill shine through the margin lincoln. And he used to say bully. Socialist is searching is based on equality a will play a more equal when we play Very nice thing to to doing on policy between the players and the other players and fans. And everyone's incidental. Bob bump you know the need to makes this possible in the morgan game money. So there's a real contradiction full screen The social gallus is won't sponsors and the mummy often the quite dirty mind that makes the whole so you to school. Good about begun lump. I think i think the in story. Also certain cricket suddenly insult needs the possibility of answering another another cosmos and other units. Was something here at time. Our universe where the usual moral rules in the usual kind of things you mentioned about about suspended this place and you can only in a way that is Turns fulson earned her powerful words. I'd say it's almost like if we make those two. Let's say many people particularly letting someone united states is thirty two much living. In an animistic universe we're gonna universe the rematch unto folders despite triumphs in the The amazon or be well through making that one lipstadt in the experience of schools being but won hers. That you'll see is going to win you. Know is an irrational hunt. You know it's sepulcher news ultimately you the league with twenty teams in nineteen earthy still hope for the gerwin not oath is is near russillo's hope that won't can won't get harvard. Expect tension there was something almost magical about the The world is full thirty deeply and then talk. They are maybe four of your expensive for no one's from world picture world in in reverse. Yeah e..

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"mark father" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:49 min | 11 months ago

"mark father" Discussed on KTRH

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"mark father" Discussed on Deadly Discussions

Deadly Discussions

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"mark father" Discussed on Deadly Discussions

"And education who were offering absa tickets touch area courses sport and recreation full on average more people within japan and surrounding and sidat. He mentioned the died that there is a coolest running down there in japan. Ecole says and if a new of anybody who's interested conyers colston's adapt. Data's mentioned san juan Would often use interior goals any an accommodation inside assorted took that i ended up in shepperton into ten i started my certificate full of community. Recreation lie graduated at entity has ten Went on off the doing on a certificate full beginning. Am the advance deployment of community service at the local type theory. Chapman by that time of ordering was not na in we've had first child and elder son and corey to wound. She's victorian traditional women in down. She basically Kunar from down From gives land area but she ship in an area and she's got a big family down the same family's big here in shepherded on her closed. Immediate family are surrounded area. Yup i love to come back to that if tom about different mlb marrying into another family and similarities yet continue on. So you in shepherding you do. The coal was set three. Did you say certificate fool community wreck yup and then went on to stock begin. The advanced diploma community sets and they'd rather it was in the second year of my advanced. The farmer community services. That in a loss i gotta find. Coal lost my father to a sudden onset. It's a very visible tong for me. Especially as you got older. See you follow when they're extremely close in communities Having that father son connection is one. It's red you know and to When it when it does happen it's it's it's one of the most important factors for young men isn't it. It is rather than always felt very fortunate to have more father. Because i don't know if i told you this my mother. The mother pasta. Why when all was one years. Old insider shoes suddenly fell asleep in didn't wake up inside Three children on his on. It was all while the my middle sister was males. The baby of the family inside almost all of a sudden stock with three children in obviously would probably done a pretty talk by then but he will throw it in. he's a dad was John gotti yes. That's right don daddy man you gotta. Single father is a black fell raising three children. I think your dad needs a medal. Very my memory is the mark father was that he was a very supportive of very loving. Father was open as they no matter what situation than i was in narcan on new that can always turn to mark. Bother us always going to issue a solve the problems. But all of a sovereign you know what became a difficult tomei losing my father in such sodden wide meals that i realized that i had no one to turn to anymore. You know and i watch chance now to grow up and become a man because my lanes on my father her a lot and you know.

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"mark father" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"mark father" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"I'm a white woman. Mark father's our white brothers are why our husbands are white. And if that system gets destroyed than some of our privilege goes down with it. So i do think that it is intricately connected And i also think it's important to look at the intersection -ality Now if you're talking just about feminism you are not saying you're not actually addressing issues that don't affects certain groups that might affect others so for example racism which affects women. When i wrote the book some people said well why section talking about race. And i was like has indeed. There are black women that exists that is why but there is such thing as black. Feminism as well. I mean study policy something that will call me and i rose park. Remember this a few books phillies. Feminism as well yes. I mean we have people who call it woman is a women. It's and i think that that is i mean. I know that that is a direct response to the history of the racism in the feminist movement and it makes a lot of sense. That is why i never just say. I'm a feminist i. I'm an because i work. Not just on issues of what impacts women so for example if i have i have a black Several several women who i know who recently had babies and you were and i. I'm an older mom. And i said to them. I'm over. follow the broadway. So i have a nephew who Who's i'm a parent to to offer. And they said how did you feel when your your sons. And i said why didn't know i didn't really care like i was excited to have a child win. The boy came out. I was like yeah a boy and they said when my boy came out i worried the moment. He was born for his safety. And so you know yeah because then we have a lot of violence against black men in this country. I mean it hits women by disproportionately. It is impacting black. Man like police violence if you are a black woman and you have a young man. And in there's a whole prison industrial complexes incarcerating black men so and it doesn't matter black man in this country can be born to a millionaire and his outcome. Y'all statistically be lower than a poor white person really arn yes well. It's not that masses. Because i don't think money should play a part in any of this is a human being right but it shows that privilege does not protect you. If you're a black man in this country and so i think that i think that for me. Data that a feminist issue because my sisters are worrying about their children. And so you have to look at the intersection that you cannot if you're just worried about the glass ceiling. You are doing a slice of an issue because most of us don't get for far enough to give a crap about the glass ceiling bring about paying our bills and healthcare in our children and all these other things intersect with matters of race empowered. Relig- yeah well..

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"mark father" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"mark father" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"He's a tourist son. Scorpio, Moon Virgo ascending. Kill him. Well, you know what you will Wow telling Chart, I think telling and powerfully erotic chart Now Mark's father, Edward, I's a dentist. His mother, Karen, was a psychiatrist, but gave up her career to manage her husband's business and raise therefore Children, Mark Randy, Donna and Ariel. The business was run out of their house in Dobbs Ferry, New York, Elliot Zuckerberg went by painless Dr Z and his motto was we cater to cowards. Oh, it's a good dentist model, right? Yeah, again so far. Whatever the hard core for me, I don't know if that would be the men say choose remind Dentist name is the child Was Dr Magennis. Still that over Jenna's the Dennis Get out today, a state Jenna's Oh, my God. The genius. The deadly Oh, hey, must have never had a choice of what he was gonna do it. Life. Stay tuned next week for the surely exciting episode on Dr the Genius to Dennis don't know anything else about him, but I'm sure there's an hour of content in there. The mark grew up comfortable. Shall we say Edward was a techie guy, and he trained his son and how to use the basic computer language on an Atari in 1996. When Mark was 12, his dad mentioned that he wanted a better way for his receptionist to inform him when a new patient had arrived. Mark used his coding knowledge to build a program called Suck Net. Zach Net. Oh, I was swallowing water during that thistles where it's like this is this is where into his view of the world. Which is him? Yeah, Yeah. No points for originality on the name Know something on just as a heads up. I had a tight mark Zuckerberg a lot on this podcast and I've come up with a lot of nicknames for him. None of them are good. May we rank them? Yes. Yeah. Power ranking guy. You're not clever nicknames. I'm just going to state that off the bat now Zach that has been described as a primitive version of a well instant messenger. The receptionist was able to use it to Ping Ed and members of the Zuckerberg family soon took to messaging each other with it, too. Here's the New Yorker. Quote one evening while Donna was working in her room downstairs, a screen popped up the computer contained a deadly virus and would blow up in 30 seconds. As the machine counted down, Donna ran up the stairs, shouting Mark! So Oh, Okay. Right now we're still in the zone where I'm like that could be a fun, cute, cute little product or fire. I mean, not too fast forward, but it seems like he has never grows up does seem like he never be his cheating on his final exam. The Facebook. You can't blame him for this yet. But given everything else, it's kind of telling because he can't grow a beard. You know, it's a is a lot going on there. He does never considered that actually. Even worse. It growing a beard than Ted Cruz? Yeah, very smooth face, And that's a shame because after a shame, like Facebook went through and with the 2016 election, he would expect him to drop out of public life for a while and then come back with a beard. And launched a new product. That's what he wanted to Dongo can't I'll go? Listen to people The smooth, droopy face. He didn't have a beard to wipe us sends away and he didn't know. At the delicious taste of Nacho cheese. Doritos could have done that job for him. What a shame. What a heartbreak. Now we marks brilliance was not all the result of auto didactic study. When he was 11, his parents started paying for a computer tutor to help him develop his skills. They had computer tutor money in the nineties. Tutor, Tutor Tutor tutor. Good, old fashioned Pooter tutor. Get all good things Pooter Tutor did describe Mark as a prodigy. I'm sure he was one of Mark's favorite childhood hobbies was to invite his artist friends over to the house. Have them draw things and then mark would code video games based on the drawings. Cool. Need hobby. Try hard friend. I'm sure those were great parties. Everybody drinking way too much. Mountain Dew. Good times for years. I only had a pool to offer for friendship. So I would tell the cool girls all like Because when my pool and then they would, and then they would leave anywhere else. No. We should have learned how to code. Oh, dammit! Yeah, Then you'd have been raking in the friends. That's what it's all about. Now being a precocious rich kid, Mark Zuckerberg's parents shelled out the big bucks to get him enrolled at Phillips Exeter Academy for High School. Yeah, I have a lot of strong opinions on Exeter. Oh, I'm excited to hear them for some reference exit are currently cost it's boarding students somewhere around $46,000 a year, So Mark's parents spent roughly the annual income of an average American family on their son's high school education. Keep listening. You can hear the rest of this podcast and all of its episodes and discovered thousands of others. All available to you for free right now by downloading the I heart radio app number one for podcasts. E got, and he didn't very fast. Tessa is in recovery from an addiction to prescription opioids. I was pregnant twice, and I had used prescription opioids both times. I knew that this was something I had to stop for the sake of my Children. And for myself, I am more fulfilled. Today I ever have been And I know there's more.

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The Power Of Poetry

Mentally Yours

06:33 min | 1 year ago

The Power Of Poetry

"So blake auden welcome. Schmancy the ios. Thank you so much for coming on. Thank you very much for having me poetry. I'm very excited to talking poetry. I feel like. I haven't been waiting enough poetry but anyway tennis about yours and when you started rising yeah absolutely. I started writing when i was quite young. Mark mark fathers in the military. And so i grew up with wolf poetry and i i just became fascinated by it by its ability to convey so really strong and deep emotions. And so i've been reading in on doubling for twenty two years and by then even really taking it seriously for about two years. I sat my instagram account february. Twenty nineteen ammon dots. When i saw really started trying to make him a career. What kind of reaction have you had on instagram. And in general in the wo t o poetry. It's been Sa- brady surprising. If i'm going to start you know. I suppose you never you stop these things in the The other people will enjoy them and monette may view get. Some read was awesome. Nice comments. But i i've been completely blown away by by how people have responded to it. People say to me with the time that my poetry helps them to process emotions and mental health issues heartbreaking loss and not every time i hear it it means you actually well to me. I think i've been very lucky in that. Regard does depends in the first place to help you with that mental health. Stuff will just generally kind of the going on at the moment. Yeah i think it does. I mean visit certain certainly kasichs about about writing. I think it's about so of all forces you to organize your emotions and kind of give them a gram to to stand on and on. I think that about price s helps you come to terms with what you might be experiencing the state of the world with the mainland or whatever it might be and that's the real payoff. It's is seeing other people react to it and particularly people fail like a con thy kalis how feeding or they struggled to talk about it and would just you know they put it into words. They often tell me that. I'm doing that for them. And for me back only makes make like whatever i go through. It's worth it. Because i know i'll be out of tune into something that helps someone else. Can we talk about your own experiences of mental health. Because i know that you've spoken a bit about your experience of anxiety. Windy anxiety can stopped fear. In what what does that mean fee. So i have been anxious to some degree harming mike my life when i was a kid i remember i and i think a lot of this comes from having a dot in the military and to worry incessantly. If you know if my mum was late from to pick me up from the childminders from school. I would immediately stop in. Kenosha must have been in a car crash or something awful happened. And i remember at a young age On the other night. Seven or eight. And when i was in bed if i if i heard the front door i would assume that must be my my parents leaving to run away or something. Say i've always had know. Not kind of always worried. Probably unnecessarily more than an average kid should they and bet ahsan ads and probably in the last. Ten years is gotten progressively worse. And to the point where. I get anxious about we'll seemingly nothing you know. I caught composting. Garon on what is the might be causing it so it's been something i've struggled with for a long time now. So what if you saw this helps and dealing with so i mean writing is certainly one of them off in general. I'm a musician. As while i have a degree in music so i always turn to to the to try and make sense of this stuff that otherwise. I've tried everything. I've been to therapy. Which didn't help necessarily in lessening not. But it did help me understand the recall of it and i'm wear these things might have come from which was i mean. It was fascinating if nothing else am. I meditate every day dot starts really helpful and breathing exercises or this kind of stuff but i think the me the radi bake change came so i noticed probably two years ago you the anxiety was slowly taking lots of things away from eisai stopped performing music. I socialize less and less and i didn't. I hadn't been on holiday a about fifteen years at that point and i was i was essentially just spending everyday in the house too too scared of a panic attack to go and do anything. I found that the anxiety. Just find new things to make you anxious about if you if you remove or the sunny mike experience. He probably removed the trigger. It would just got replaced by something else so suddenly watching films with make anxious whereas it didn't before and so i saw you know what it's going to make me on kisses anyway then as just do i want so i started. I started writing about it. And i- i characterize anxieties wolf in my writing something that you know stokes me so i got tattooed quite large on the back of my left hung where i can see every day and not kind of reminds me the you know what enough is enough. I'm just gonna do the things and if the makes me anxious he makes me unctuous fiber panic attack panic attack very they can do about it so i'm just gonna down and live my life and oddly enough thought has really helped. The last two years have been much better.

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"mark father" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"mark father" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"That's worth that given what we know about his contract situation this year or what it would take to resign him or whether or not he action wants to or if his body is going to allow him to, I don't know but the fact is. KYW's best years are behind him You know I think that there's something that he's dealing with the certainly limiting. His availability for this year and limiting it in a way that only further hurts his opportunities. Four minutes and for playing time. and. So I think that's I think that's what he's dealing with and you know it's a little bit sad mark that you because I think how how liked and how much. Kai was a steward of the club kind of resurgence given some of his other his reputation. In previous years and so it's Kinda. You know this is inevitable like you know as you said, Mark Father Times undefeated inevitably go out to pasture and then you get to join a big soccer club in the sky proverbially or you move into you know the commentary booth or become coaching I'm sure there's a bunch of stuff from a nonprofit Social Improvement and engagement standpoint that guy would be super good at crushing out of the park. When you know he is available, you know twelve months out of the year and order dedicate more time to that. Randomly fly back home to Sierra Leone and deal with things like that but I. I don't think he's totally healthy I. Don't think he writes as much from what we've seen from him. He hasn't been as good and all those kind of things have kinda compounded to where he's a sunk cost or at the very least a more significant negative and what he's not able to do relative to what he could bring to the team on set pieces as much as this team has taken a dive in terms of what they've done from a set standpoint you know they were massively. Didn't set be goals last year they scored in bunches last year and they haven't been as effective and you know they're plus minus on that front took another minus two tonight and I know that. I don't know that would have helped his team win even if they don't give up those two goals on corners. Just, say one last thing which is you know he could get. Just to to back up your point a little bit more of retract it slightly, which is I think we both find Kai a great person but I also think that there's value in a player like him experienced player. And a player who is you know? Not multifaceted anymore but the one facet that he can offer can help you win some games. So you know the Alan Gordon coming in in the seventy fifth minute to beat the opposing team that could be this year he can get five goals the rest of this year and he can get them in the in the right spot. I mean those five goals can translate to ten points you know if you need them so So that's that's the last word on on. KYW Kamara which is like Yes, he's past his prime he is still valuable. Mark Teller listeners about accuracy and roughnecks, scarves, acres Dusky at are the purveyors and makers of fine custom kits. I've seen some great uniforms that they've provided for some upstart teams. They could also do some fun stuff and some creative stuff for a whole variety of reasons that you might WanNa make your own custom kit that's acres FC roughneck scarves. They also will make custom scarves in addition to amazing custom masks for all your corona virus quarantine of needs roughnecks, cars an ESI. Are both sponsors of Beautiful Game Network which we are affiliated with. Any are proud to be part of this lots of other great podcasts on the BGN answer good reading too. So checkout BG, and they're they are primarily have been doing mostly US stuff but they are branching out into the great wide open in big in great ways. So check checkout all those three places if you want to support what we do here at highline. Listeners follows individually on twitter at soccer underscore rabbi at L..

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"mark father" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:05 min | 2 years ago

"mark father" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"One ethnic group dispositivo the one family member hating and other conservatives and progressives loading one another unity doesn't come naturally in this world a toddler's first words are no in my if Christ desires for harmony where does all this hatred come from sin in genesis story disobedience which is sand ports in the world separating mankind from god the result hatred and disunity but Jesus says to his followers I want you to be different I want you to love one another just as I have loved you and then when others look at you they will see god take a look at your life ask god for help in overcoming any animosity towards another person ask god to help you be a force for unity in the church this is Brian Reid speaking right from my heart hurts dollar pound five too down on yourself hello all that's all tell your smart device to play WFLA on I heart radio this is news radio WFLA bill Cunningham the great American let's continue on this father's day night a bother we all the dads throughout the nation I wish you and yours a happy father's day and I'll always honor your father and your mother I think it's number for the hit parade of the ten commandments on your father and your mother I say black lives matter I say all lives matter but I also say black lives matter black lives matter let's continue now with James Harrison of newsmax dot com alive of course in a Los Angeles and James arson welcome again to the bill Cunningham show your group to the idea that black lives matter are you know our our it's fine with me of black lives matter you know the B. L. M. organization or believe craft but apparently you know they don't because they support Planned Parenthood it takes more black lives for them any police department ever corrected date pay no attention to black on black crime which is exceeds our deaths are due to law enforcement by an exponential number especially in the cities run by Democrats like Chicago and but what can you hear me through all these masks I'm wearing you sound perfect in may you sound like you're playing keyboards for the temptations are you sound well you know it's just because I live in the hotel California you check out but you can never leave and now we have a mask order and more draconian mask order and we've ever had at this late date you know that our governor Newsom just decided to give a semester isn't it interesting the government is to them has a one billion dollar Manske deal with China two hundred million masks a month being delivered to California and according to reports of those masks church started coming in the same week as he issued this mandatory mask order yeah I don't know if it has to bear with me for things like that hi James arson talk about the issue of black lives matter rallies are very safe you're gonna have almost every American city including little Cincinnati Ohio we've gone through like fourteen or sixteen consecutive days of BLM rallies and the tens of thousands marching around generally pays for two nights of a lot of breaking a windows but the trump rallies are not safe and one of the most ridiculous things that happened on June the fourth is over a thousand public health workers doctors and that's the test that others signed a letter claiming the protest were vital to the national public health into the threatened help spurs us specifically of black people and therefore they said it was okay to March around without masks they have all that to the spittle bring aerosol that's okay so they decided that some sorts of protests are acceptable however if you want to go to a Tulsa or you want to March around open a business that's that's unsuccessful how can they get away punishing ideology but I mean if you're left wing the young the virus won't attack you if you're a business owner it will yeah and these are people who claim to use science there are supposed to be objective following the obviously they prove that they're political hacks and that what they did is beyond hypocritical but I was really glad to see the New York Post have their headlines chick hypocrisy NGO two sets of kraut one set of crowds crowds would happen to be peacefully protesting and what happened in California in Hollywood and the other our crowd was a crowd of people who work and we're going to be at a trump rally and everyone that was there also the issue of people who protest at the Democrat lockdowns in it you know it it shows incredible hypocrisy it also shows a the corruption within the press now how dishonest the pressures in the hardly anyone is reporting there's been enough time since those protests started good point CS yes in order to spike's member packet was an article here in New York magazines are saying to us that the terrorists there are you does spike she yet from the protest rallies hi but yeah there's all kinds of articles claiming that the red states that are pre open constantly by constantly parks big loss in the data is the fact that nationally across these United States hospitalizations have been declining for three months it's a huge story if you could please wait all of the cars stopping out of blues soul coldest second away hospitalizations according here in California I believe her death story remains as the book press reported it staple but hospitalizations it went up a little bit mostly in areas where there are nursing homes and prisons but K. since where the cases are spiking right what cases thirty one a test positive even people that have those programs even people who don't require any medical treatment and testing is way up so worst case is a critical I'm J. James I'm looking at the stats out of California tonight there's a hundred a hundred and forty per one million which comes down to a hundred thousand it's fourteen fourteen deaths per one hundred thousand fourteen per one hundred thousand in California forty percent are in nursing homes which doesn't mean that all matter they do matter but in the general population the state of California the deaths are approximately seven per one hundred thousand seven per one hundred thousand and to me I will say is negligible if you're one of the ones that are dead is not negligible it's important my mother was in a nursing home I understand what that is that's where the problems are but in the general population in California and the regular year about five thousand died the seasonal flu according to the CDC ten year average California five thousand so far with covert nineteen with all the publicity five thousand five hundred it's it's a little bit worse than the regular flu but by and for that houses a warship in Los Angeles have elaborate guidelines including limiting the total number of people clergy parishioners who can attend a service twenty five percent building capacity whatever might be but in your home city of Los Angeles how many people marched the streets almost every day the last month and how many homeless are out there shall we say not social distancing at all and that in the I Eric Garcetti has no problem with that what is a problem is somebody going to charger opening a business there's the apocrypha E. O. unbelievable hypocrisy Eric Garcetti who said it's okay to go to the beach as long as you only use the wet sand the way I don't know what Sam yeah just the wet sand which makes the fear you either have to be Superman or some incredible jumper over the direction of it's yeah the idea partially is staggering and people are in no mood for they're not mask order in Los Angeles it outside of Los.

"mark father" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"mark father" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Missed that one we'll be back to second it is the world famous Superbowl Sunday KFI am six forty live everywhere on the I heart radio at Michael's paper the news Kelly sheriff's office's been sighted and placed on paid administrative leave after allegedly being caught vandalizing a sign in support of black lives matter in the west like village thousand oaks area another person investigated for vandalizing the same sign work for the county district attorney's office NASCAR says a news has been found in the garage stall of Bubba Wallace of the vast car race in Talladega Alabama Wallace is the only full time black driver in NASCAR's elite cop series dads in nursing homes around the country have been marking father's day to force the distance from loved ones many of whom are not even being allowed to get close enough for a hug some have had to stay behind plexiglass a couple of states of allowed in person visits out of doors and that requires masks check out the driver the one O. one next contractor licensed in forty seven seventy one R. twenty two is thing of the past and that's even better is that those if you purchase the cable system in recent years I've already got a new system that uses the new refrigerant we've installing the air conditioner the future ever since I bought the company and I bought it because it's always been the best engineer built last air conditioning system you could possibly own if you live in the desert essence our dog protection you get all the service twice a year to make sure it is a long air conditioners in the desert only last about eleven years but state hoping to set a New World record for longevity with these new if you're thinking you might need a new air conditioner and you're not sure how old your system men's I'll send out a technician for free.

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"mark father" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"mark father" Discussed on KTOK

"But as we continue Leo Terrell is with us Larry elder is also with us right so the question is how do we get how is it possible we can bridge this gap what else can be done R. I believe it's ninety nine percent of officers are good people the Syrian one officer does something wrong like in this case wow well you know it is it is damaged the reputation of all good police men and women that serve and protect their communities same with a few bad apples at the FBI you know what it's the world's premier law enforcement agency look what happens look at the damage done Leo how do we bridge the gap operates on its almost impossible but also you know I have a sister in law enforcement for sixteen years and I don't I wanted to come home at night the key here is very simple you've got to try to take the politics out of it it's been politicized as we've been discussing right now and I'm not gonna sit here and lie to the your listener I don't have a solution I do know that there needs to be that separation of independent prosecutor but this George for you fifty two of which way should have been politicized and both sides do it we have to stop it that's why I appreciate it like they broke on the ball my heart I appreciate when you came out with your principal and condemn this sure there there and that's the type of attitude we have to have not partisan politics on the the the answer is to tell the truth I submit to you that many people in the streets are unaware that over the last forty five fifty five years according to the CDC the police shootings of blacks the rate has declined seventy five percent last year there were nine unarmed black people killed shot and killed by the police last year there were nineteen on arm wanted to tighten killed by the police I defy your audience to name one on on on on one person that was killed in the the reason for this is the median up manipulates they care about an unarmed black person being killed I couldn't get to grips about an unwanted person being killed and the number one problem the solution long term Shah on your mark fathers in the house my god the username is that media doesn't care a white perfect yeah here it is I don't I don't you know you're trying to sell books prying on radio I think white people can't white people to argue I'm a couple like the thirty I'm not what I'm saying when a white one ridiculous all right and your staff that where would you please spell it for twenty five years thank you I'm a black man well the deployment I know back in the order I know and love is back my god Linden I ve decided we're gonna have to have a peace summit but what we're gonna we're gonna go to a restaurant going to break bread will lead steaks and I'll I'll get as much wine as necessary to see if we can now bridge the gap forever for both of you but we appreciate you both feet on the air Larry elder Leo Terrell eight hundred nine four one Sean to the phones next we go as we continue a pretty big budget hit I'm Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay new center Colbert nineteen dealt a huge blow to state revenue collections in may here is Margo marrano with the numbers state treasurer Randy McDaniel says state revenue collections were significantly impacted by the corona virus pandemic in may he says tax collections fell by fourteen percent or about one hundred fifty million dollars compared to may of last year sales tax collections were down twelve percent gross production taxes on oil and natural gas were down fifty nine percent it was a twelve year old boy who led Edmond police on a chase overnight that reach speeds up to ninety miles an hour police say the boys stole the car that he was driving from an apartment complex the chase ended when the boy lost control and crashed into a building in downtown Edmond he had minor injuries the NBA is officially back here's Tom Roberts the league's board of governors approved a proposal on Thursday to restart the season ESPN reports twenty nine of thirty owners voted in favor of a twenty two team format set to begin in Orlando on July thirty first the current sixteen playoff teams and an additional six will play eight regular season games with the possibility of a play in tournament before the playoffs the league season was suspended on March eleventh due to the corona virus newsradio one thousand Katie okay whether studio called by hill and company your train comfort specialist it's hard to top a hill we have a forty percent chance of rain later today humid today with a high of ninety six hello tonight about seventy two Friday it's going to be sunny and hot with a high of ninety five but will be in the low nineties over the weekend I'm Beth Myers news radio one thousand Katie okay news radio one thousand Katie.

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"mark father" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"mark father" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Wow know what you will wow telling chart I think telling and powerfully erotic charge now mark's father Edward a is a dentist his mother Karen was a psychiatrist but gave up her career to manage your husband's business and raise their four children mark Randy Donna and Ariel the business was run out of their house in Dobb's ferry New York that leads up Berg went by painless doctors he and his motto was we cater to cal arts who did you ever know hard core for me I don't know if that was the sensei my dentist name is the trial was hunters with Janice the day Janice I got the chance to do I've never had a choice of what he was going to do next week for the surely exciting episode I don't know anything else about him but I'm sure there's an hour content and smart grew up comfortable shall we say Edward was a techie guy and he trained his son and how to use the basic computer language on an Atari in nineteen ninety six when mark was twelve his dad mentioned that he wanted a better way for his receptionist to inform him when a new patient had arrived mark used his coding knowledge to build a program called zap connect not that I was falling water during that if if this is where it started this is where his view of the world is him yeah yeah no points for originality and the name now that just as a heads up I had a tight mark Zuckerberg a lot on this podcast and I've come up with a lot of nicknames for him none of them are good may we rank them the our do not clever nickname I'm just gonna stay that off the bat now that that has been described as a primitive version of AOL instant messenger the receptionist was able to use it to paying ad and members of the soccer Berg family soon took to messaging each other with it too here's the New Yorker quote one evening while Donna was working in her room downstairs a screen popped up the computer contained a deadly virus and would blow up in thirty seconds as the machine counted down Donna ran up the stairs shouting mark so okay right now we're still in his own room like this could be a fine could you a cute little fun share I mean not to fast forward but it seems like he has never grows up seem like you never yeah all I he's cheating on his final exam yeah Facebook yeah you can't blame him for this yet but given everything else it's kind of telling you can't grow a beard denied so is a lot he doesn't ever consider that actually even worse at Grand crazy yeah things move face in it it's a shame because after a shame like Facebook went through and put the twenty sixteen election he would expect him to drop out of public life for awhile and then come back with a beard and launching new products can't I'll go listen to people move the droopy face have a beard to wipe the sins away and he didn't know that the delicious taste of natural cheese Doritos could have done that job for miles what a shame what a heartbreak now we marks brilliance was not all the result of auto didactics study when he was eleven his parents started paying for computer tutor to help him develop his skills bad computer tutor money in the nineties so tutor tutor tutor tutor tutor girl fashion polluter tutor it'll boot this polluter tutor did describe mark as a prodigy sure he was one of mark's favorite childhood hobbies was to invite his artist friends over the house have them draw things and then mark would code video games based on the drawings need hobbies try hard friends I'm sure this is a great parties everybody drinking way too much mountain dew this time yeah for years I only had a pool to offer for friendship so I would tell the cool girls only because when my pool and then they would and then they would leave him no no we should learn how to code I yeah then you'd been raking in the friends what it's all about now being a precocious rich kid mark Zuckerberg's parents shelled out the.

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"mark father" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"mark father" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Speaking of marketing that ideas Hey mark Zuckerberg that was our second already yeah let's get into it in the year of our lord two thousand seventeen I made three trips into the Iraqi city of Mosel it was at that point still partly occupied by ISIS who the locals just called dosh I spent many hours huddled in small rooms with groups of Iraqi federal police and special operations guys who are all hunkered down listing for the tell tale hump dashes drones which they use the spotters for their motor teams here's the thing about being in a dangerous place like that after a few hours of tense anxiety you start to get bored in the mobile internet Mosel was actually pretty good surprisingly good better than it is in Los Angeles sometimes so periodically when I should have been doing literally anything else I would without my phone and check Facebook I remember one time in particular I was embedded with the smallest unit of guys from the Iraqi night federal police battalion things were exploding about a football field away from us and I was Facebook a bomb went off near by and I looked up from a smartphone and realize that everyone in the room my Kurdish fixers my wife slash photographer the six soldiers we were chilling with all of them were browsing Facebook one hundred percent of the room was on Facebook no I'm telling you the story because I want to start this week's podcast about mark Zuckerberg bike knowledge in his genius I'm about to spend about four hours tearing apart as a human being but in my opinion he is undeniably a brilliant man anyone who build something so universally desired and use has a kind of brilliance and Facebook is objectively brilliant in the same way that say heroin is brilliant so that's my little intro yeah yeah I like it a lot of digital ink has been spilled the last few years about the sentry negative impacts Facebook is that our society and world I wanna make it clear off the bat that well this will certainly be a part of the podcast I tend to be Facebook as a tool and this more or less morally neutral on its own our goal here is not to attack the social network is a concept or make you feel bad about using it I haven't delete my Facebook it's how I talk to my family yeah that's how I keep an eye on my mom's confusing internet presence yeah yeah parents sharing a lot of fake news about scary things yeah my mom likes means mean head the whole you know when we were just sharing go see around ourselves and ever thought my parents would one something even grosser my mom started doing this thing racial change your profile picture to a llama and it's some some old joke I don't understand and she can explain it to we do it on faith can those like why boomer battalion okay so our goal is not to focus on Facebook but its founder mark Zuckerberg as I stated the top I've come to believe is one of the very worst people alive on this planet I agree yeah yeah usually depicted as like a robot like that's the way a lot of descriptions of him will take and I think that's unfair I think it's unfair yeah I think it's calculated yeah and it like it allows them to get away with **** by being like no I'm just awkward and weird yeah yeah get your human emotion no no no no no you get it use so mark Elliott soccer Berg was born on may fourteenth nineteen eighty four and White Plains New York from the astrology heads out there I am concerned numbers is a Taurus and Scorpio moon Virgo ascending wow know what you will wow a telling chart I think telling and powerfully erotic chart now mark's father Edward a is a dentist his mother Karen was a psychiatrist but gave up her career to manage your husband's business and raise their four children mark Randy Donna and Ariel the business was run out of their house in Dobb's ferry New York Elliott soccer Berg went by painless doctors he and his motto was we cater to Cowart's.

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"mark father" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:36 min | 3 years ago

"mark father" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And is that good time we saw more incentive movement, this week raisin for Rouge, simple? One is the biggest one is we're in the final two weeks. Now of the second quarter of twenty nineteen and automakers are judged by the quarter. So whatever happens between now and June, thirtieth, the automakers are going to get judged by that people get to keep religions, their jobs because of that depending on performance, and they save their money toward until the very end, and that means more incentives for you. So. Let's talk cars. We don't take mechanical questions, but anything else is on the table. Let me tell you, whether you should buy with you should leave. If you're down to several cars, and you're not sure, which one is the best for your particular situation. Promise you this Dr well over one hundred of them a year. And I'll tell you what, I think antibodies my opinions on a lot of things. One is my personal experience with the clock. Second feedback from listeners and third. I look at important things like resale value because you're going to be driving his car for while you want to get the most you can. Now, if you're going to keep it five years, or more, you're going to put, you know, twenty five thousand miles on a year. It doesn't make a lot of difference about resale value, but it's still something to consider so pick my brain. That's free. Give you clear unbiased advice and I would love to have. That's, that's what makes me do what I do. Enjoy it. Mattress decide kicked Kevin McCarthy is here and has been, sir. Bye week was going along terrifically until you sent me the. Text for the newsletter. Because I'll just say that when I was in high school. We had a bad chant that the school didn't like that, we'd you should against the opposing team in the student's section. You can't do that chant here. Probably okay. You g l y you ain't got no alibi. You ugly. And that was my reaction to the article that you had and the picture and the video, you had about the airless tires. Yeah. That concept has been around for a lot of years. But it looks like it's actually going to happen now. And, you know, I was thinking about it because I thought the same thing I would never drive a car with does. It's so ugly. But in my lifetime, especially around Automobile Dealers ships, you know, I went through a time when Blackwell tires were out of sorts. And then they came back into style raise letters were were part of the deal had a drove Bucs with wide wide walls with stars in the middle of them. Red striped tires. Yeah. Yeah. So I guess it's just kind of what you get used to. And maybe I'll get used to that. Well, remember, back in the, the days of the sixties, and the seventies, when you got a car, if it didn't come with Matt what we called MAG wheels, which were. Yeah, the, the good-looking wheels on it, you'd buy aftermarket and now every car comes with some kind of these looking wills, at least I mean was time you saw hubcap my thing was was craters Gregor's. And I would I wouldn't trade cars and less my crackers would fit the next car. Yes, you haven't done the whales more important to me than the car was, and, but we'll see a lot of great stories this week in the car pro weekly newsletter. I had information for you on the new Hyundai palisade, which is the big issue v that Hyundai's coming out with sister vehicle to the key Italia ride, which we have had zero getting our hands on as far as reviewing, but it will be coming up soon, my review of the corvette twenty nineteen grand sport did extremely well, and an article that I wrote and just refreshed on finding the elusive five thousand dollar used car, and I get those I get the people asking for those constantly very, very difficult process, ranch and tell you why subscribed today, we'll get it to you today, and we'll kick this hour off with Bob in Ventura County, California. Bob, welcome. And after day, if your dad. Thanks for taking my call. Sure. What can I do for you? Chevy hard top dollar. Mark father bought a new and kicked him. A follow could you six you can buy it. All right. And, and. Three. Three times myself. My father, my mom and me. And it's all original three. Jim and all. No. What do you call it the converging? Right. Right. I'm just concerned about. The best place. I don't want to go into. Four hundred told your day now I don't blame you is it a is. It a is it been a California car the whole time. I looked at him and the member house, the ill, which means all angels, it came. South gate, Lynwood. Did you ever more before they shut down? So you haven't seen any evidence arrest anywhere on this car. Yeah, it's a California car and never been out of the state, right? Hey, it's been re not remodel. What do you call it restored this black on black, and it's the color paint job? Great. Hey, Bob, what, what I would do if that were my car, what I would do with it. Are you good on a computer? I'm not that good. No. But I can I can those around you can muddle through go to this website. It is retail retail my ride dot com. These guys are not a sponsor of just gotten to know him and I trust him and what they'll do is, they'll take the car on consignment, and they'll sell it for you. And in tech apar- a portion of the proceeds when it sells what I like about him is, I'm sorry. Eight percent or I don't know. I'll be honest with you. I don't know. But I've seen a lot of listeners there and I've.

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"mark father" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:35 min | 3 years ago

"mark father" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"With us for Eric trends. They advised Father's Day is a week from Sunday, so prepare accordingly. Some interesting things though, it can bring up a lot of stuff, whether you have a sort of a strange strange relationship, great relationship with your father, or your children. If you are the father, perhaps it if you've lost your father in recent times, or even years ago, it can really, really have an impact this sort of thing that never goes away. But what we wanted to tell you, as we have our friend of the show, Dr frito burn bound, she is a research psychologist psychoanalyst and a wonderful author. Her book is what price power indepth study of the professional one in a relationship. She's an expert on a few things. But we just were so excited to talk to her about how your relationship with your father and Atta lessons directly impacts, your mental health, as an adult, and, you know, with with times like these days, we are marking Father's Day. Sometimes it really can't come up. So Dr frito welcome back to America trends. Thank you, Amy so much. Just a pleasure as always to be with you. We're so glad to have you at such an intriguing topic, because, you know, they say psychology your family of origin. That's where everything starts, and you've taken it upon yourself because these are some this can be some really sensitive issues. So what, what do you have to say as an overview about list of? You've got there's a funny dad, the angry dad, the handyman. The helicopter dad the overachiever and then the father, who's an alcoholic slash drug abuser. Or combination of some of them. What have you found? What have you seen over the decades of your work with this and? Obviously, you're out to help us all have better mental health. So let's talk about it. Absolutely. This can be wonderful. They play baseball with you. The go fishing until everyone knew quite away all that help you with math by this can't help you star, wonderful support system. But they're all kinds of different fathers, and the times, really are intriguing because that can really affect the rest of your life is start with the funny debt. He's great. He's wonderful. He's fun to be with. He makes things lighter on your on you, and, you know, most of what happens as an adult you also become more playful and don't take things so seriously. But, you know, then we have the angry dad, and he's very critical very intense as an adult, you end up second guessing yourself as well. And that's not a good place to be. So he's a negative. He's no, the first one is good. And then there's another kind of dad that he is the handyman, and you could become an entrepreneur from him because he. He's very much into fixing things, and he's very much about thinking out of the bucks. So that is something great to have as that kind of father who's not only there to funny, but also there to teach different crafts and skills. So that's number number three. I think we're at that. And that's so interesting to start in a rep before we go to the others. I just dying to ask some of these probably apply to the mother. I know we're talking about fathers fathers day. We just had mother's day though. Some of these can probably apply to our mother and how we were brought up but also caters we've had mentors coaches because how we were treated whether it's beneficial way or negative way can really impact how how we respond to things. So it's just interesting to bring this up with whomever is, is having an impact on your life, but it can apply to all those. Right. Absolutely. So this is really important to look at because when you have a father who's, let's say extremely. Ambitious very successful. You may look at yourself that way, as an adult he may delay gratification forever because nothing is good enough. If that is that the overachiever segment you're talking about. You're right. See, no more than I but you know what happens within that is if the father will take you along with him. And teach you what he's what he knows what you can just a successful as your dad is. So that's a good kind of father if he's doing it in the my way, then, as you know, helicopter parents that applies to both father and mother, those people really do everything for the child, they do their art classes their projects. They coached them with everything, but the problem here is they don't teach child's fail so becomes adults. He does not know how to do things on his own. He's looking for other people to come. Dependence on. And that's the problem doesn't. The less father is really the most difficult thought to have fun either who's addicted addicted to drugs or alcohol type of diction that's obsessive compulsive behavior can be genetic and can be inherited. But the one thing you can do about that actually is going ahead and change that addiction into something positive such as computer science, and then you could really make a difference to the world, so you can really fix that. It's you're really pro to knowing what you need to do. So the last two specifically father, who is now colic slash drug abuser and or helicopter dad or mom, both of these can lead to codependency and you know. I to me feels it's so delicate because once you're grown up, you can look back and say, I'm gonna dull. Now let's figure this out and get over it. But the fact is you've dealt with this type of parent in your formula of years. And, and it can do it can do a lot to your brain mapping and other things that you guys know about. I don't I'm layperson but so it's not so easy to just say, hey, get over. It might take therapy. Looking inward medication. I don't know what do you have to say about all that? Right in the problem is we get familiar with the dysfunction in our families. So when something is happening, and as we say thirty things I did like about my parents, I became why is that? And then you have to reassess childhood because when you have to change that's really difficult to go ahead and take these types of stressors to go ahead and know that at your stress that the change he'll be much better off. But most people don't know that they get their inches that often gets a press because they have to change. So they stayed with the known. And then that's right. They say with what was torn of them to be critical of absolves or to make fun of cells or to be happy. So really do have a huge impact and you know, research has shown that fun. Others actually have more of an impact on children. Then mother still isn't that interesting. That is interesting. I sometimes look at this as a recipe for something because it's a wonder we get ready of this. Because if you think what if I had an angry, mom and say an alcoholic dad, or how all these things that can go into. It's like how did any of us get through anything? And so, I guess how do you can look at it and say, I'm a victim. How do I get through this, or you can can can can get past it, and what point, how do you how do you sort of coach people does it? Is there something inside? That keeps us from from growing pass that doctor, I guess I'm trying to say, I guess I'm just trying to find a helpful thing to, to tell our viewers on if you feel like this is impacted you. And if you might be stuck. Yes, you may be something. But happens when things don't work is usually a reason, what are you bringing out there? What are you projecting because whatever you set up to? Happen, victims -ation or up sale, you're going to get that. So how do you look at yourself in a way that's positive and strong so people can give the right impression about who you are, and about who they feel you could be as far as they're concerned, because no one wants to be around someone who has problems and concerns is not working with something. That's because.

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"mark father" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"mark father" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"I was only on the ground for about eighteen hours for a variety of reasons. I at the national trial lawyers. I was giving the criminal lawyer of the year award to my friend, Ben Bronfman teddy works for had and my Jew going into this last week. I told the story I don't think I've told you because I haven't seen you since. My father's to tell the stories what he was born. He was baristas. So that is growing up. He was glorious brother then got buried in. My Bobby was Betty's husband. And then he w you know, as he was getting older, he was Mark's father. So I used to laugh about that. But they were talking about the tempests between Ben Brockman and Harvey Weinstein. Yeah. So two weeks ago proximate -ly he was let go well. It hasn't happened. Officially there. Discussion discussion free. So I was referred to as the father of of a broth, but associate that is my new nickname father of profit associates. So I told the story of bed first time I've met him which was back in oa-to three when Michael Jackson was being investigated, and they executed the search warrant, and then I kept talking to the DA guys now passed on then, and then they indicted him or they're going to indict him in the count one was a conspiracy count. And it was a conspiracy to obstruct Justice basically by investigating and and putting on ice the family that was involved. Well, I saw that. And I knew instantly. I said I'm gonna have to testify that's aimed at me. Michael Jackson, wasn't orchestrating any investigation. Give me a break. And so I talked to Johnny. Cochran. And I said to Johnny I needed other lawyer, I need a co-council who do you recommend? I'm not sure that I want somebody from Californian without hesitation, he said, Ben Bronfman. And so Ben that's why I met Ben then when Ben came out, and I will never forget it the arraignment Bennett, I come out after a reigning, Michael. And Michael who was then, you know, who's in his forties. I think does that famous leap onto the top of the SUV and bed. Looks over at me and says if we don't get this guy under control pretty soon, he's gonna come to coordinates pajamas in famously did. So I'm telling that story told another story then Ben gets up and in venues to be a comedian in the Catskills. I don't know if you know this, but really Jewish guy doing comedy Catskills. Can I ask a quick question? Yes. Because it's it's it's interesting to me. I'll circle that around as a comedian. I, you know, they'll go. Hey, this other comedians going to join you up on stage. We do the show in Chicago. And this other guy's going to come out with your personnel, whatever, and I know within the first eight or nine syllables that guy says an Mike whether he's got the goods, or it's very easy to tell whether that person if it's going to be a long night, or is that person really got the gift or the goods kind of like when you have the company softball game. And everyone's talking and then you get out to the field. And the guy throws the ball wants to first base from second pace in it skips three times, and you go. Okay. That guy's not is not a crackerjack as an attorney..

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"mark father" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"mark father" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"The matter is being investigated, and we will take appropriate action up to an including expulsion. So she admits. In her stupid statement that she doesn't have any of the facts because the investigation is being conducted. They haven't conducted they've just responded to a tweet, but they immediately condemned their own kids their own students, and they say that this guy Nathan Phillips a total fraud is is some wonderful, man. And they apologized to him despicable, another Catholic priest James Morton, a Jesuit priest. He's very popular on social media, very left wing. He tweeted out immediately again, no facts, no waiting. No reserve judgment know, who am I to judge that we always hear from from our pope, and and probably from James Morton himself. He says tweet quote, I am as disgusted by the contemptuous. Laughter of the mass of students as I am moved by the quiet dignity of the solitary man who continues to chant those students could learn much from this elder if they had chosen to or if they choose to give me a break even conservatives. Even conservatives piled on the national review sent out an article immediately. It's in the Covington students might as well have spit on the cross that was by nNcholas Franken bitch. Fortunately, national review took that piece down. Finally, they took that piece down when the new video totally exonerated the kids. Rod Dreher Robbie George a lot of conservatives came out now. Fortunately, those conservatives apologized the differences, the mayor of comington hasn't apologized. The diocese of Covington hasn't apologized, James. Martin hasn't apologized. There is an archbishop or Bishop. What is his name gosh. His name escapes me. He sent out a think he's orange Bishop around Louisville. He sent out a tweets condemning the kids and all that none of them have apologized and actually with James Mark father James Martin did was he just tweeted out. He's he's went on this rant this sort of rambling rant about how different perspectives. And you know, how can we really no different different? Natives, and then he says, quote, this teachable moment can offer us if we are both open and humble important lessons about racism and marginalization about dialogue and encounter and about truth and reconciliation during this coming week, which is believe it or not Catholic schools week. He said he would be happy to apologize. If you know, if there's some reason to do it if it turns out, they're good and moral question Christians. He says if we're open if we're open in humble enough for the teachable moment. The teachable moment is for you father Martin you rushed to judgment you in your haste to tweet condemned. A group of Catholic school students who did absolutely nothing wrong. And in fact, we're the only people who behaved appropriately and of all of them out of the charlatan Indian elder Nathan Phillips out of the black Israelites spewing hatred at those students, the only one the only roof of people to behave. Well, were those students and you father Martin O them in apology. And you don't you shouldn't use mealy-mouthed platitudes to get out of it and say, oh, there were different narratives there aren't there. There are there are two narratives, I guess the one that you pushed and the truth, and you should apologize for getting it wrong. You should apologize for rushing to judgment, and you should apologize for. What is actually not a vice unique to you? But was was taken up by all of the media on the right and the left. It was taken up by politicians, which is this outrageous self-aggrandizement, even at the cost of the truth. Even at the cost of the reputation of these kids who did nothing wrong. The actual teachable moment comes from BuzzFeed BuzzFeed and Peterson at BuzzFeed tw- senior, right culture writer over. There tweeted up..

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"mark father" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"mark father" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"I G L E A F app. A P P dot com. So so this is what I suspect. And and one of the reasons, and I will give you a give you various examples. There's I think called in the federal rules the grand jury privacy. And the grand jury is used traditionally by federal investigators and clearly the special counsel is under that purview. They use that to for instance, I got a grand jury subpoena that means you have to, you know, in the old days or maybe at one time conceptually you thought there's twenty three people in a grand jury. They're out there investigating crime, basically, the handmaiden of the prosecution. So when a prosecutor wants to get some documents or preserve things or send you basically a criminal forearm shiver, they send you a grand jury subpoena, which is returnable to the grand jury reality that. That goes to the department of Justice. It goes to the US attorney, and whatever district you which the documents or if you get one for testimony, then your lawyer. You you go to a lawyer you say, oh, I'm freaking out. I gotta go in front of the grand jury. What you normally happens ninety nine times out of one hundred is you go to your lawyer, the lawyer calls the US attorney, the US thirty says, why don't you come in and talk to us. And then you go in there, and there's an FBI agent sitting there, and you end up talking to the US attorney and not to the grand jury, and they keep all of this under wraps, and there's a reason they keep it under wraps, and the reason is that they don't wanna know. At least initially the investigation that they're targeting you. And they want to Semple they want to know more about situation than you do from everybody around you before you get wind up it now, obviously and Trump's case that cat is long out of the bag and ice. I expect that we've seen most of the. Things in threads that they're going to tie up in a reports that they give to congress. And I also think that they probably will give that report to the department of Justice at some point the department of Justice is going to have to release that report or in the alternative that Democrats in the house will just start to do their own investigation. As you've seen the last two weeks have started to release things and transcript, so you can see exactly what's been said what's been going on or add that in public, and in fact within the next two weeks. I think we're gonna see Cohen testify in public as well in front of of the house committees. So we'll get we'll get this information. Do I think there's more stuff there? Yes. I do. Sorry, took a super coffee or the end. All right. Other cases outside of the government. Outside of this one of the interesting things, I'm in New York, and the talk of New York right now is whether Ben Brockman and Harvey Weinstein or having a separation or whether it's going to be a divorce, and I read an article today sent me sent me over an article. And I wish I remembered if it was a Newsweek or somewhere else, but I was laughing to myself by father who was my partner used to refer to himself. He said, you know, I started off in life as baristas his mother's, son. And then I became Gloria his sister glorious brother that I was Betty's husband. Now, I marks father. I now feel who's paying because I'm referred to the article say legal commentator whose daughter is an associate for bed Brockman, so I did not get this information from teddy..

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