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"mark rosie" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

06:56 min | 3 months ago

"mark rosie" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Morale typical google. Add at the management now out. I think you're right. I think although it it's inevitable with ex ex projects these moon shots most of them. Don't make it right. Can i just some the action plan or or a a. What is it forecast in where you don't just your mark rosie benchmarking. We don't really just willy nilly throw stuff up to the wall to see sticks. Of course you do. Little to. The error is housing. It ahead of time telling us don't talk about what moonshot is it's like. Hey we're gonna throw this spaghetti at the wall. See what happens. Well if you're worried about how good about it. Well they thought there was a proposal. How long ago was this announced briefly two years ago c. i envisioned i envisioned. There's in mountain view mount poor apt and every month. That comes time on the fifteenth of the month. You have to find a virgin to sacrifice. This was never a product. So that's the thing i know. I think you gotta have two buckets for this products. Get canceled i understand. Because you're using it or somebody's using and blah blah. This was never a product. They announced something. We're going to try that so they did stop doing it. That's called that's called research basham for it but but sometimes produce. I wished did work. That's all well i. I will handle agree. A hundred percent. They'd kill products too readily go ahead. Stacey remember back projects solely now. This wasn't under moonshot. This was atop project but in twenty fifteen is when they actually introduce your tango project tango. I rangel knows called solely from the get-go okay. 'cause tanglewood symbol did have a tango. Yeah but yeah and they. They were like you know. We'll see what happens with it. It's a tangle a are solely was the other way yeah solely in time. Why does this sound similar to the latest camera app. Update where it's since and what's going on with your body just from taking a picture i'll maybe that was. Maybe you're right what the camera update is. What is it that we talked about. Oh you haven't in the recent change to been here. It was one of the google feature dumps the pixel featured pixel line and One of the what what is that. What did you see him. I did you see that. Yeah i saw that that. Oh it's the dock dots dots anyway. Oh that's the laser not lasers the minar machine camera. Sensors they were going to. They've added to this feature where you can hold it in front of you. It'll it'll see how your breathing actually does sound very similar. it products using solely which is on the pixel. There it is again. It's on the that's your your sensor. That's motion seattle. This this is a four so if this is something we're already seen in this new feature drop. It's that's that's why say it sounds like a little bit of. Add one of them saying okay. All right let's roll this out another part says Scrap it and where's organization here. Yes right this you could. It would get a heart rate by putting your finger on the camera. Using the front facing camera it would measure your overall respiratory rate by detecting small chess movements. As you breathe. I think that was the march Pixel feature drop. I think it's a little different because the the one they just canceled looked skin was looking at your skin tone violated. Yeah that was many different wavelengths of light so different like different. It's similar but different similar different as is another problem with google. Which is there are men. It's big it's alphabet is huge is all sorts of stuff. They're doing some of. It is another problem there. I think it's hard to such big companies and a see focusing them as focused for some. Yes ima really good at it. Google is big. Google's gotta throw a lot of lot of spaghetti at the wall because you know advertising. Oh that's right. Google must face a suit over snooping in the incognito browser. I've seen it's funny. I've seen people respond both ways. This is Lucy coat us district judge in san. Jose said the court concludes. Google did not notify users. The cucolo engages in data collection when the users in private browsing mode google's incognito mode but is does that make have chrome in front of him. Yup i do go into incognito mode and you know the the spy with the hat and the glasses comes up but read. I want somebody to read what it says. Because this is what google tells you when you go and incognito mode on now you can browse privately other people who used this device won't see your activity however downloads and bookmarks will be saved. Chrome won't save the following information. Your activity might still be visible your browsing history. Cookies and data information entered informs so on and so forth. Your your activity might still be visible to websites. You visit your employees or school. Your internet service provider so this is every single time you go to incognito mode that pops up to me. That's google telling you what they didn't have this summer ever. They used it when you win though. They've had it for a long long long time at lake. Well i it's been so long since of open. It incognito alleyway. That's the dispute judges saying literally. Google did not use notify us. The google engages in data collection the use of private browsing mode. And i've had i've seen say yeah. It doesn't say we says your internet service brought to your school. Your employer other websites does say we. Okay maybe anyway. The class action lawsuit goes ahead. It'll be interesting. I've seen a number of people in public forums like read on twitter. Say what do you mean. They didn't tell you it's right there in the and the thing that pops up every single time so you know anyway there you go..

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"mark rosie" Discussed on Talking Cancer

Talking Cancer

03:33 min | 8 months ago

"mark rosie" Discussed on Talking Cancer

"Them Mark Rosie as always just so full of information and great great advice and support package. If I'm going to I'm going to try and pin you both down to try and highlight the one piece of advice that you think is going to be the most useful for people who are finding themselves really struggling at the moment with practical support during this hideous job. And demek Mark. What what would your what would your piece of advice be? I'd say talk to people. That's what I'd say. I think there's lots and lots of advice around. Lots of people don't know what that advice is or supporters, but talk to McMillan talk to our pharmacists talk to you consultant. Don't suffer all on your own. There are people around to help Rosie opening. You're going to Waco that I'm going to work over there and I'm going to be really sneaky. I know you said you were going to try and pin us down him a but can I can I go for two and then you can actually to be fair it's because they're not really mine. They're both from a patient who spoke to me this week about her lockdown experience and as we know it's so hard also for family and friends when a loved one is diagnosed with cancer and often. It's such a struggle for those people to understand how best to help and support and at the moment it it that's again even more difficult because there are so so many fewer options off. And what she said was that actually she found it really helpful to just directly asked family and friends and ask for specific help. Okay, and she said things like can we have a telephone call and woke up her or an online couple or could you get to the shops and get me this and maybe if it was a treatment day, you know, could you cook an extra couple of portions of food and just leave them on the doorstep and not wishing to encourage any infection risk, obviously, so really practical things and the other thing she said which was obviously music to her ears and and great because that that that you know, that's what melons here for but she said the other thing she found really useful was what she described as many as clear and understandable information and just to know that Matt Millen was there and had her needs at its heart. So I suppose what I'd be saying is please do use all the information and support that MacMillan and boots have had, you know be that members online community for peer support all the support line and a nod See all the boot services that Mark has talked about and and all this information. You'll you'll find on the website. It's absolutely brilliant, and I just, you know, it's encouraging everybody to to pass this podcast around so that we can we can just get as many people to know about all the Fantastic stuff that is out there in this incredibly difficult time Mark Rosie. Thank you very much as always a pleasure speaking to you. For more information on the topics Rosie Mark and I have talked about in this episode head to our website McMillan forward slash talking cancer for resources advice and support is also where you can find out more about donating to McMillan in our next episode will be talking about money worries that people with cancer may have during the pandemic subscribe if you'd like to hear that and every new episode whenever it's ready and if you enjoy the series, please give us a rating or a review it helps others to find the podcast more easily. I'm Emma be talking cancer is a MacMillan cancer surgery podcast..

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"mark rosie" Discussed on The Power Trip

The Power Trip

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"mark rosie" Discussed on The Power Trip

"Mark Rosie. Acres. House, Hi, I'm Rosie and Marnie. The regular cast of characters were all here. Rosie. This a hockey spying skirt today to wear tomorrow. I was unaware of that I'll I'll have A. Tournament skirt. Either one I guess I don't know where by Kilt I'm not sure. Where if there's a killed store at the Albertville Samal. Getting I, I think so because I gotta go to Saint Cloud becoming. They're on the way home. And you WANNA get address because. because. Yeah! I mean I'm just exploring. Different Comfort levels, okay and I've always thought that it would be very comfortable to wear a skirt and just let out of the boys have. Your Yeah! He's a disaster. The best look that I ever had. What if what if you guys are finally? Sands panty. Wear Panties, buddy boy! Boxer. BRIEF SOMEBODY BOY! Anyway I can't wait to see visual proof of this Don't encourage it. Is. Maybe! Some baseball. Like that that'd be great. Yeah, anyone has girly girl advice. Shouldn't. We, get to okay. Vikings News. Presented by I. Love Your radcow. I Love You I. Don't have any Vikings News but I've NFL knows. About the Antonio Brown Update Mark Rosen Seattle and Baltimore have. Had internal discussions about possibly signing him he has. Connections to both, but the problem is even if they want to. He's still under investigation by the NFL from that two thousand and nineteen civil suit for a woman, accusing him of sexual misconduct and right, then he had the other one in New England where he was reportedly like harassing a woman via text. So remember. He got in trouble again. Kind of in in New England so even if they want to. I don't even know if he would be allowed to play I. Don't know how the so why do you make the overtures until? It settled by the League and the League's business probably hasn't even got to that point where they're going to determine what Antonio Brown Kenneth can't do right now. I can't play so I don't know it's Weird Pete Carroll seems to be the. I can take. I can take on all comers here I'm I I can handle. Any malcontent on the field off the field and the Rehab Project will both Tom Brady tried then work out real well. Picture Brady like a day or two ago I saw one new orange shirt, I'll no, I didn't see I saw in the new buccaneer uniform that he was wearing a shirt, he was working out in, and I think are still had mentioned even partnering May Maybe said. That the photo it looked like Brady was seventy five years old. Really his face looked at. The Angle. He just looked ancient. He's still looked like. Commercial where that guys like seventy, but just ripped. Yes, that one yeah full. Photo around. Show, Rosie, in mind I think it's the son. He just looks really really old for a football player. It doesn't look in the big scheme allows. That's Tom Brady. Angels Boyish looks about him always father time man it's. I think it's the the angle the sun maybe. Even, so yeah, well, that is the all time sucker. Bet this year. Right the Tampa. Bay. Buccaneers, probably the over just them winning the Super Bowl. Oh! What a sucker! Bet I! Didn't we bet that? You and I but somebody didn't hockey. Take the over last year. The Cleveland Browns. Yeah. Years ago was the Niners, right? That was the fashionable pick right. Now it's almost got there just a year late. That's true, yeah. Anywhere well, we'll get to that point. Soon I hope. When is when is Vikings Training Camp Started? Don't know end of July. Still Yeah, we talked. To, announce any of that I guess in theory better. Be Because I. Don't know what else you do it I mean. I don't know how to exhibition initial play trying to play. Three four one. Not, think Strict those tremendously. WanNa be. Enough. Three days after the NFL players. Association recommended this constituency. Not Hold Group workouts. One Tom Brady and his team temporary teammates opted to continue the session, so the NFL just is basically saying do not NFL Players Association writing no grow group workouts, no groping or no. Tony! saw. Coming back and we know that Marnie A. What is the holdup with like the NHL, and why? Why are we not like? Rushing it what is the problem I know we have to be cautious and careful, but. Really what this feels like a cue how we not even named the Hudson. Point. Not because those cities should know by now, and then they can make proper. Precautions and the hotels. And that you can't them three weeks beforehand, they hey guess what we're all coming I mean we laughed a button we didn't I. Don't think we maybe talked about, but there are a lot of people going. Hey, look, baseball's not gonNA come back and all these other sports are baseball may be the ninety. Four back about it. Yeah well about the virus still though is who decides like wild can go back to trio today and start to voluntary rideout's right, and it can skate in groups of twelve. What's a total hockey team? Twenty five ish? Maybe what is the difference between who decides. Well if it's twelve or twenty five. What's the difference I don't understand you to get. There is just a way to get there slowly. Not Go zero to one hundred zero to fifty but I guess what I'm asking is who decides that zero to twelve is acceptable. Who picks the number? Twelve says this is the number that's. Comfortable with and then there's youth sports are now got the green light. Yes, this is today's the day I think we indoor as well along the already okayed outdoor, but so I mean I don't know if that's the same. I don't think the number like that is maybe it is. That's restricted to twelve kids that got you go to target as a thousand people. You're right restaurant. There's a thousand grocery stores so anywhere. There's way more than twelve, so why can. Healthy Young Athletic Dudes, only being groups of twelve and not Yell Tame. I don't maybe has. With, off the ice. They don't want him gathering I guess there's rules about the. Equipment and being the same locker room and don't. I don't I. Don't know it's just all of it is. Starting it's going to be the cool kids in the door. Right like you're. You're literally pick teams amongst your own teams i. am working our that. My friends. Dorks can practice some other time. How much fun will it be to watch baseball? And watch guys, not spit watch a pitcher. Carry a wet rag in his back pocket. That's the alternative to licking your fingers as a pitcher day. Habits are so hard to really. GonNa spit no I think we're going to really try to nine. Months to play. That's part of what Spring Training will be retraining yourself to not constantly you can chew gum. You cannot spit seeds. You cannot tobacco. You cannot have the site dugout. Man That's a lot of thought. It's hard to break. Yeah, they'll do it online the seeds. Yeah, they probably will. interesting spring training. At target just at target field as opposed to having five six fields got so many people in your rushing, rushing and rushing to.

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"mark rosie" Discussed on The Power Trip

The Power Trip

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"mark rosie" Discussed on The Power Trip

"Mark Rosie. Acres. House, Hi, I'm Rosie and Marnie. The regular cast of characters were all here. Rosie. This a hockey spying skirt today to wear tomorrow. I was unaware of that I'll I'll have A. Tournament skirt. Either one I guess I don't know where by Kilt I'm not sure. Where if there's a killed store at the Albertville Samal. Getting I, I think so because I gotta go to Saint Cloud becoming. They're on the way home. And you WANNA get address because. because. Yeah! I mean I'm just exploring. Different Comfort levels, okay and I've always thought that it would be very comfortable to wear a skirt and just let out of the boys have. Your Yeah! He's a disaster. The best look that I ever had. What if what if you guys are finally? Sands panty. Wear Panties, buddy boy! Boxer. BRIEF SOMEBODY BOY! Anyway I can't wait to see visual proof of this Don't encourage it. Is. Maybe! Some baseball. Like that that'd be great. Yeah, anyone has girly girl advice. Shouldn't. We, get to okay. Vikings News. Presented by I. Love Your radcow. I Love You I. Don't have any Vikings News but I've NFL knows. About the Antonio Brown Update Mark Rosen Seattle and Baltimore have. Had internal discussions about possibly signing him he has. Connections to both, but the problem is even if they want to. He's still under investigation by the NFL from that two thousand and nineteen civil suit for a woman, accusing him of sexual misconduct and right, then he had the other one in New England where he was reportedly like harassing a woman via text. So remember. He got in trouble again. Kind of in in New England so even if they want to. I don't even know if he would be allowed to play I. Don't know how the so why do you make the overtures until? It settled by the League and the League's business probably hasn't even got to that point where they're going to determine what Antonio Brown Kenneth can't do right now. I can't play so I don't know it's Weird Pete Carroll seems to be the. I can take. I can take on all comers here I'm I I can handle. Any malcontent on the field off the field and the Rehab Project will both Tom Brady tried then work out real well. Picture Brady like a day or two ago I saw one new orange shirt, I'll no, I didn't see I saw in the new buccaneer uniform that he was wearing a shirt, he was working out in, and I think are still had mentioned even partnering May Maybe said. That the photo it looked like Brady was seventy five years old. Really his face looked at. The Angle. He just looked ancient. He's still looked like. Commercial where that guys like seventy, but just ripped. Yes, that one yeah full. Photo around. Show, Rosie, in mind I think it's the son. He just looks really really old for a football player. It doesn't look in the big scheme allows. That's Tom Brady. Angels Boyish looks about him always father time man it's. I think it's the the angle the sun maybe. Even, so yeah, well, that is the all time sucker. Bet this year. Right the Tampa. Bay. Buccaneers, probably the over just them winning the Super Bowl. Oh! What a sucker! Bet I! Didn't we bet that? You and I but somebody didn't hockey. Take the over last year. The Cleveland Browns. Yeah. Years ago was the Niners, right? That was the fashionable pick right. Now it's almost got there just a year late. That's true, yeah. Anywhere well, we'll get to that point. Soon I hope. When is when is Vikings Training Camp Started? Don't know end of July. Still Yeah, we talked. To, announce any of that I guess in theory better. Be Because I. Don't know what else you do it I mean. I don't know how to exhibition initial play trying to play. Three four one. Not, think Strict those tremendously. WanNa be. Enough. Three days after the NFL players. Association recommended this constituency. Not Hold Group workouts. One Tom Brady and his team temporary teammates opted to continue the session, so the NFL just is basically saying do not NFL Players Association writing no grow group workouts, no groping or no. Tony! saw. Coming back and we know that Marnie A. What is the holdup with like the NHL, and why? Why are we not like? Rushing it what is the problem I know we have to be cautious and careful, but. Really what this feels like a cue how we not even named the Hudson. Point. Not because those cities should know by now, and then they can make proper. Precautions and the hotels. And that you can't them three weeks beforehand, they hey guess what we're all coming I mean we laughed a button we didn't I. Don't think we maybe talked about, but there are a lot of people going. Hey, look, baseball's not gonNA come back and all these other sports are baseball may be the ninety. Four back about it. Yeah well about the virus still though is who decides like wild can go back to trio today and start to voluntary rideout's right, and it can skate in groups of twelve. What's a total hockey team? Twenty five ish? Maybe what is the difference between who decides. Well if it's twelve or twenty five. What's the difference I don't understand you to get. There is just a way to get there slowly. Not Go zero to one hundred zero to fifty but I guess what I'm asking is who decides that zero to twelve is acceptable. Who picks the number? Twelve says this is the number that's. Comfortable with and then there's youth sports are now got the green light. Yes, this is today's the day I think we indoor as well along the already okayed outdoor, but so I mean I don't know if that's the same. I don't think the number like that is maybe it is. That's restricted to twelve kids that got you go to target as a thousand people. You're right restaurant. There's a thousand grocery stores so anywhere. There's way more than twelve, so why can. Healthy Young Athletic Dudes, only being groups of twelve and not Yell Tame. I don't maybe has. With, off the ice. They don't want him gathering I guess there's rules about the. Equipment and being the same locker room and don't. I don't I. Don't know it's just all of it is. Starting it's going to be the cool kids in the door. Right like you're. You're literally pick teams amongst your own teams i. am working our that. My friends. Dorks can practice some other time. How much fun will it be to watch baseball? And watch guys, not spit watch a pitcher. Carry a wet rag in his back pocket. That's the alternative.

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"mark rosie" Discussed on Party Lines

Party Lines

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"mark rosie" Discussed on Party Lines

"An element of doom and this is party lines. We have cleared the fifty day mark. Rosie fifty days of this. Should I continue to counsel? I would vote against it but we. Here's what I am counting. The number of provinces that have now unveiled plans to loosen public health restrictions reopen. Let people live a little bit? We are now at recording this six and I want to know. How is this can work? How are we going to coordinate this? Should I move back to Manitoba? Well first of all I know why you do too also really want to take a closer look at long-term care homes. Have we heard this week? That nearly eighty percent of Cobra. Nineteen deaths in this country are happening. Those homes that is staggering. Our government's doing enough to get better under control. Lots to talk about this week as usual. Let's do it okay so I know we if you weeks ago a couple of weeks ago maybe even we were talking about you know when people could go outside how. This might work what it might look like. Would you ever be able to leave the house again? And I'm here to tell you today. It is happening but not where you and I live Hence my strong desire to move to Manitoba where you will soon be able to get a haircut. Patios Open in two weeks which would like make me cry with excitement if you are in New Brunswick You can actually choose another family to have some social interaction with break out of your own home Analyst goes on schedule and you will be able to get a massage soon Quebec children will go back to school. But we'll talk about that and and he I two is easing restrictions. So we are starting to see this loosening across the country and it is very much dependent of course on how each province is doing with its case load and whether they're being whether they're able to contain cases what what has perplexed me though for the past week or so is how we are going to do this in a federation where the federal government has like a role ish but each province a has to protect its own jurisdiction. And it seems to me. This is something that may or may not work well for so let me tell you. I would give up every penny in my savings account for a haircut. I really would. That is the number one thing on my priorities. I miss my Barbara as much as I miss my family. But that's a that's a much longer conversation as you as you were talking about the challenges of reopening a whole federation. I sort of thought back to a tweet but you tweeted earlier this week. That had the charts from different provinces. And where they're at. I'm going to come to the curves so places like your Home Province. Manitoba a real flat curve. Same thing with with a new. Brunswick for example says catch one but then Ontario Quebec. Those curves are not coming down anytime soon like they're still pretty high up there and the challenge becomes you know every day you have an appointment with the prime minister where he has a press conference any addresses whole country. Suddenly when certain places start to reopen. He's no longer addressing the whole country. He can't crack the same message for people who are out enjoying patio season as as he can for people like me who are trapped indoors wishing we could have a haircut going to be an interesting time for political messaging. I think because the certainly can't let up on that communicating as much as possible people to continue to be cautious. But they're going to have to sort of practice a different kind of messaging depending on where the regions are yeah. That's fair to say I mean I think the the the easy the easier thing about it is is that no one is saying life is going back to normal and physically distancing is still what is being preached sort of across the country but in different ways. So that's sort of where these guidelines that the federal government and the provinces and territories agreed upon come in and the prime minister did talk about those a little bit in terms of why they felt they were needed and and how they work them out. We worked very hard With the premier's across the country to ensure that we could get guidelines that reflected the foundational science and at best advice given by medical experts and science at scientists on what needed to be in place before provinces regions could think about reopening every region every is every territory is facing a very different situation right now with Different industries different size cities and different spread of covert nineteen. That's why we needed to make sure that the foundational elements were there that we could all follow us Canadians but recognize that different jurisdictions will act differently but there is a common desire right across the country from all premiers to ensure that. We're doing this right. And that's the prime minister on Wednesday. The tone that he's taking bear is that he's going to respect provinces and how they wanna approach this an answer lead support them as much as possible and I get that but they're going to be moments and there was a moment this week that raised a lot of eyebrows and that was the moment when the Quebec premier said that hey on May eleventh Elementary schools outside of Montreal. We'll be able to go back to school now. The no other province sort of talking about that at the moment and Quebec. Quebec outbreak is is the worst in the country. So I'm just wondering what point will the prime minister after step in and say? Whoa like that is that that will not work. Yeah I mean he's been asked the question a few times now by reporters particularly because after that announcement then Quebec announced that businesses will be able to open up over three week period in May and about half a million quebeckers will return to work while it's true that in Quebec the vast majority of the certainly the deaths but also many cases are concentrated in long term care centers on. I know we're going to talk about that. It is still also true that there is not enough testing and that Quebec is not actually know province. I would argue is actually doing. The things laid out in this agreed upon criteria whether it be Adequate testing Whether it be a able to trace cases in a real way whether it be making sure that you have a a steady decline of which is the case obviously in places like New Brunswick Making sure that you've got all the human resources you need for Healthcare capacity that. You've got all the personal protective equipment. You need that vulnerable. Sections of the population will be supported. These are all the kinds of things that are laid out in these guidelines without specifics and without dates but if you look at Quebec a province where they have had to bring in volunteers from all around the province and the military to support their long-term care centers. It becomes difficult to me to understand how Quebec meets the criteria for easing off on these restrictions. That the the premier there says well we do have the healthcare capacity. There's more than five thousand beds. That are empty right now. But but that's that's really because people are practicing physical distancing right and the minute you don't do that. We don't exactly know how how that will affect the healthcare system. That's the per to me. That is perplexing no. It certainly like landing as kind of a controversial decision but the reasoning that he gave for it was that you know at least for reopening the schools was. He doesn't want kids to miss out on school for too long. Some of them might not have necessarily a good home situation. All that are all concerns that our concerns that are true across the country and every other province. And I'm wondering about the political consequences of not reopening if you're if you're Doug Ford Premier Antero and you and your your constituents are looking at other places reopen. Do you begin to week. You begin to look a little bit too hesitant to restart the economy when other places are in fact getting going. Yeah well dug for did face a little bit of criticism this week. Because he didn't include any dates in reopening plan which he says was not a calendar. It was a framework. He wanted to explain how it would happen rather than when it would happen so there was some criticism that it wasn't more detailed but but not a whole lot of frankly because most public opinion polls show that Canadians are pretty. Okay with toughing this out a little bit longer. If need be I I think the question is is less. Maybe about the pressure that.

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"mark rosie" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"mark rosie" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The end of next week at least six people in Washington state have died is the U. S. ready for the virus it's morning edition from NPR news Israel's prime minister may be closer to another term I'm Rachel Martin and I'm no well king Benjamin Netanyahu has declared victory but all the votes aren't counted yet and he still has to put together a government Bernie Sanders hasn't always trusted the mainstream media so he's trying to make his own coverage will tell you how and what is a high school athlete say it's unfair for her to have to compete against transgender athletes it's Tuesday March third George Miller who made the Mad Max movies is seventy five today in the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman the Tennessee emergency management agency is saying that seven people have been killed in suspected tornadoes overnight damaging winds swept through the central part of the state and hit several Tennessee counties as well as Nashville National Weather Service meteorologist mark Rosie is warning that emergency responders don't yet have a full picture of the damage I'm not out yet but it'll be coming up soon and I was already gone when the sun comes up it hit pretty the heavily populated area too with the deaths are reported in Nashville that city's fire department says it has reports of at least forty collapsed structures it's still raining heavily in central Tennessee today is super Tuesday voters in fourteen states and American Samoa will hold presidential primaries or caucuses former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg will appear on ballots for the first time today NPR's Susan Davis has more on his campaign strategy billionaire Michael Bloomberg entered the presidential race late with a long shot plan to win the nomination by foregoing all for early state contests no one in the modern era has ever won the nomination with that strategy but no candidate has ever had the kind of resources Bloomberg has he spent over five hundred million dollars of his own money on campaign ads alone in the last one Hundred Days he's hoping to be most competitive in super Tuesday states with more moderate Democrats like Oklahoma Arkansas and Tennessee as well as states with lots of college educated voters like North Carolina and Virginia victories in any combination of states would likely keep Bloomberg in the race and prolong the fight for the democratic nomination Susan Davis NPR news Washington meanwhile Bloomberg's main opponents Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden hope to capture more delegates today Biden received endorsements on Monday from two Democrats who have ended their presidential bids Peabody judge and Amy clover sharp however some Bernie Sanders remains ahead of the number of delegates won in earlier presidential contests Washington state governor Jay Inslee called on the public to help control the spread of the coronavirus it is already known to have killed six people in Washington state NPR's Martin consti prepared this report from Seattle Inslee asked Washingtonians to take steps in their personal lives such as washing their hands more often and staying home from work if they feel sick we can succeed in this if we make our decisions based on calm confidence that is based on science and rational thought in the sense of understanding that we are all in this together Inslee said people in the community should quote begin to think about avoiding large events and he said they should prepare themselves for the possibility that down the road state and local authorities may require some public gatherings to be canceled Martin Costi NPR news Seattle you're listening to NPR in Syria fierce fighting continues in the northern province of Idlib from Beirut NPR's Alice Fordham has more forces loyal to Syrian president Bashar Assad all pushing back of two games by Turkish backed rebels over the weekend as such forces of moved back into the strategic town of Saraqeb and are pushing into nearby villages with the help of the Russian allies but on Tuesday Tuckey said its forces shot down a Syrian fighter jet Turkish and Russian leaders are due to meet later this week to discuss it later NPR's Alice Fordham reporting the host of the MSNBC show hardball with Chris Matthews says he's retiring in his last brief appearance last night on the show Matthews apologized for making comments about the appearance of women and fears David Folkenflik has more can answer his retirement he made it sound like it's a mutual decision this clearly seems to been something that's forced upon him by management this on the record accusations by a journalist that he had sexually harassed her I seem to be the last straw for for Matthews NPR's David Folkenflik Matthews also recently apologized to Bernie Sanders for comparing Sanders election win.

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05:31 min | 1 year ago

"mark rosie" Discussed on KCRW

"The travel industry and voters in fourteen states head to the polls this afternoon on All Things Considered from NPR news the latest national news is all in all things considered today at three right here on K. C. R. W. now back to morning edition it's five o'clock good morning federal health officials say one million coronavirus test kits will be available at the end of next week at least six people in Washington state have died is the U. S. ready for the virus it's morning edition from NPR news Israel's prime minister may be closer to another term I'm Rachel Martin and I'm no well king Benjamin Netanyahu has declared victory but all the votes aren't counted yet and he still has to put together a government Bernie Sanders hasn't always trusted the mainstream media so he's trying to make his own coverage will tell you how and what is a high school athlete say it's unfair for her to have to compete against transgender athletes it's Tuesday March third George Miller who made the Mad Max movies is seventy five today and the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman the Tennessee emergency management agency is saying that seven people have been killed in suspected tornadoes overnight damaging winds swept through the central part of the state and hit several Tennessee counties as well as Nashville National Weather Service meteorologist mark Rosie is warning that emergency responders don't yet have a full picture of the damage I'm not out yet but it'll be coming up soon I don't know if we're going to find when the sun comes up big hip pretty the heavily populated area too with the deaths are reported in Nashville that city's fire department says it has reports of at least forty collapsed structures it's still raining heavily in central Tennessee today is super Tuesday voters in fourteen states and American Samoa will hold presidential primaries or caucuses former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg will appear on ballots for the first time today NPR's Susan Davis has more on his campaign strategy billionaire Michael Bloomberg entered the presidential race late with a long shot plan to win the nomination by foregoing all for early state contests no one in the modern era has ever won the nomination with that strategy but no candidate has ever had the kind of resources Bloomberg has he spent over five hundred million dollars of his own money on campaign ads alone in the last one Hundred Days he's hoping to be most competitive in super Tuesday states with more moderate Democrats like Oklahoma Arkansas and Tennessee as well as states with lots of college educated voters like North Carolina and Virginia victories in any combination of states would likely keep Bloomberg in the race and prolong the fight for the democratic nomination Susan Davis NPR news Washington meanwhile Bloomberg's main opponents Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden hope to capture more delegates today Biden received endorsements on Monday from two Democrats who have ended their presidential bids P. booted judge and Amy clover sharp however some Bernie Sanders remains ahead in the number of delegates won in earlier presidential contests Washington state governor Jay Inslee called on the public to help control the spread of the corona virus it is already known to have killed six people in Washington state NPR's Martin consti prepared this report from Seattle Inslee asked Washingtonians to take steps in their personal lives such as washing their hands more often and staying home from work if they feel sick we can succeed in this if we make our decisions based on calm confidence that is based on science and rational thought in the sense of understanding that we are all in this together Inslee said people in the community should quote begin to think about avoiding large events and he said they should prepare themselves for the possibility that down the road state and local authorities may require some public gatherings to be canceled Martin Costi NPR news Seattle you're listening to NPR in Syria fierce fighting continues in the northern province of Idlib from Beirut NPR's Alice Fordham has more forces loyal to Syrian president Bashar al Assad all pushing back of two gains by Turkish backed rebels over the weekend Assad's forces have moved back into the strategic town of Saraqeb and are pushing into nearby villages with the help of the Russian allies but on Tuesday Tuckey said its forces shot down a Syrian fighter jet Turkish and Russian leaders are due to meet later this week to discuss it later NPR's Alice Fordham reporting the host of the MSNBC show hardball with Chris Matthews says he's retiring in his last brief appearance last night on the show Matthews apologized for making comments about the appearance of women and peers David Folkenflik has more can answer his retirement he made it sound like it's a mutual decision this clearly seems to been something that's forced upon him by management this on the record accusations by a journalist that he had sexually harassed her seem to be the last straw for for Matthews NPR's David Folkenflik Matthews also recently apologized to Bernie Sanders for comparing Sanders election win in Nevada to a **** victory Emmy Award.

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"mark rosie" Discussed on KQED Radio

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12:34 min | 1 year ago

"mark rosie" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Slobs and disgusting animals your Twitter account only Rosie o'donnell for the record it was well beyond resilience I'm sure your Twitter account as several disparaging comments about women's looks he once told a contestant on celebrity apprentice it would be a pretty picture to see her on her knees does that sound to you like the temperament of a man we should elect as president and how you answer the charge from Hillary Clinton who is likely to be the democratic nominee that you are part of the war on women can those Megan Kelly in twenty fifteen I have to say and I talked to making Kelly about this when I interviewed her it's just chilling to hear the audience kind of applauding when he is marking Rosie o'donnell and kind of mocking the whole idea of you know disparaging women any anyways what I wanted you to be listening for is her voice so that you could tell us what you hear when you hear her voice that you knew you wanted to pick up on in portraying her her voice is very distinctive she speaks in is very deep register I I sound like I have a deep voice today but it's because I'm a little under the weather I actually don't have a very deep register and so that was a very difficult thing to kind of get as low as she as she goes I actually stress my vocal cords so much that I couldn't speak for three weeks and pre production so they'll just what in rehearsing stressed your way yeah yeah just practicing her sounds and I work with this incredible woman Carl Meyer here in Los Angeles and she helped me with our speech patterns and with her what I had noticed was that one thing she talks about in her book was that the one of the best pieces of advice that you got from Roger ailes was that he told her that she spoke too fast and for her to really slow down when she was on air and and and pronounced announce and be a newscaster and so when you want her on the Kelly file and she starts to show she stars every with every word she's underlining every single word it's it's really interesting and then when she goes off script and say she has somebody on the show and they're having a conversation and you know she feels strongly about making a point she goes back into this Megan Kelly speed which is G. as insane I mean she speaks at a speed that is unbelievable and and was at moments incredibly hard for me to even trying get close to but I think it was a good way for me to understand that when she felt emotional about something that was her natural place where she went and the newscaster in her was very specific to wanting to be taken seriously wanting to always remind the audience that she spoke from a place of authority knowledge she was always quick to remind people that she was a lawyer and I know she's in the movies and you say in a movie like to Roger ailes I'm not a feminist I'm a lawyer yeah I mean listen she made quite a meal out of that I she's she has said it numerous times she really rebuttals the idea that anybody things that she is a feminist she is I think said the word feminist to her feels that it because it just causes this kind of divide and separation which to me is just so crazy to think it's always somebody like her with the thinking of the word feminist or being a feminist or feminism in that way but she just despised the word and always kind of brought it back to know I'm an intellectual I want the world to know that I'm an intellectual so how do you decide whether to use Megan Kelly in that now famous sound bite that we just heard whether you want to do it yourself and did a with her comment on on her show on fox news in which you reassure children that Santa Claus is white so originally when in the script it was written that that would be real footage that we would cut and the movie does this I think really seamlessly we cut from a lot of real footage to to our actors in the film and I threw it out as an idea to Jay Roach and two trials rand off our our screen writer that I would like to have a shot at it I would like to try and do it myself and I'm really grateful that he gave me the shot I mean I I worked really hard at it and that was one of the one times in the film that I really tried to mimic it down exactly to her speed to her cadence to every single sound of of of how she went about that outside of that I I tried to have it be more emotionally and informed but that one I really tried to mimic exactly what she did it's so you didn't want people looking at the screen and comparing Megan Kelly with you in the same movie yeah I mean I I also didn't want to take away from something that I think you know with everything that I've said about making Kelly earlier I have to say I mean that was one of those moments where I had to take a step back and I just acknowledge that and what she did that day was pretty impressed that was a great question it was a great question and she held her own and the fact that she was brave enough to go after him that way I I I think she's had several moments like that where I really acknowledge that she's incredibly good at what she does so let's talk about looking like Megan Kelly and me and the decision was made in the film to use prosthetics for several of the characters for you for nickel creek kid ministration Carlson and for John Lithgow as as Roger ailes can you talk about the decision to go with prosthetics it was a decision that I felt very strongly about and and I have not done a lot of prosthetics and my career I think a lot of people think I did prosthetics on monster and I didn't we use absolutely no prosthetics on that phone so my prosthetic experience has has been really small but I felt strongly about it in this case because I a every time I would read the lines in the script I would lead and I would look in a mirror he just never felt like I fully believe that you would completely forgot it just I think it was a selfish reason I wanted to do it for myself I wanted to be able to lose myself in a way where I don't think I've ever done anything like that before and it's tricky because obviously I have very little experience in it and we realized pretty quickly that a lot of the prosthetics work that would be helpful in this transformation were concentrated around the ice which for an actor is really frightening because we've really utilize our eyes or that area a lot and just telling silent expression and so outside of contact lenses I wore to prosthetic pieces from my eye lash line all the way up to my eye brow line to make a rational or is she it's not so much smaller she I have a natural quite wide bed on my eyelid at where she doesn't her her upper lip let is much heavier and lays very low on her bottom lip and it's really changes her eye shape and once we did that I mean it became very clear it was evident that we that was the way to go but it it also you know I had to spend sometime with it because it really put a lot of weight on my eyes and it was just not thinking about okay day after day of clue around your eyes what what and lenses in your eyes and getting dry eye and all of those chemicals and removing them and if you don't apply them right you have to take them off again and they were in the beginning the first few days that we had an issue with the island being glued so tight that I couldn't actually blank and then there were other times where we glued it a little too loose where I couldn't my eyelid couldn't open up it's very very intricate well let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more if you're just joining us I guess the Charlize there in and she's starring as Megan Kelly and the new film bomb shell we'll be right back this is fresh AIR support for Keiichi redo this afternoon comes from the San Francisco Symphony celebrate the holidays with the San Francisco Symphony from beloved films including love actually with live orchestra to new year's eve with Seth Seth McFarlane learn more at SF symphony dot org slash holiday this is fresh air and if you're just joining us my guest is Charlize there and and she stars in the new movie bomb shell as Megan Kelly and the movie is about have Gretchen Carlson came forward and sued Roger ailes for sexual harassment then several other women and fox news including making Kelly came forward leading to else being forced out of his position as chairman and C. E. O. of fox news you've talked about another interviews how your first audition ended up being with a sexual harasser it was like you you you you you were told by I think like a a modeling agency who knew that you wanted to act they suggested you going this addition it was a Saturday evening that you were supposed to meet the yeah the producer or writer director him at his home he opened the door and was wearing pajamas and had been drinking so so this was before today's level of public awareness is before the me too movement it was before you had any reason to expect that it would be not the harasser who face consequences but you if it went public about it so can you describe what it was like to have to react on the spot when you saw the position he was in in his position jamas and then instead of having you like read for your additional you touch your knee how do you know what to do in that moment you don't I am they don't and I think for for people who have not experienced sexual harassment it's a very difficult thing to wrap their head around a woman yesterday we were doing a press junket and a female gender journalists said to me but don't you always have the option of just saying no and leaving the room and I think that is a mentality that a lot of people still have about sexual harassment that somehow when you find yourself in that position that very unfortunate position and you are going to do everything right you're going to say everything right you're going to be the hero in that scene and you're gonna tell this guy exactly what a creepy is and you're gonna March off into the sunset and that is just not the the the truth about a lot of these situations and I I personally found myself this happen in ninety four I personally found myself and a situation where I wasn't even fully convinced that it was sexual harassment and I don't think I really knew that until way later in my career but what I didn't know was that I put a lot of blame on myself in the sense that I was angry with myself that I didn't say all the right things and that I didn't tell him to you know take a hike and that I I didn't do all of those things that we so want to believe will do in those situations instead I very politely apologized and then I was in my car driving away and I just kept hitting the steering wheel and I was really emotional about it because I couldn't understand where this behavior came from I was raised with an incredibly strong mother figure my mother who you know I I grew up watching her work in a business where women weren't allowed to work.

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"mark rosie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"mark rosie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dogs slobs and disgusting animals your Twitter account only Rosie o'donnell for the record it was well beyond resilience I'm sure your Twitter account has several disparaging comments about women's looks he once told a contestant on celebrity apprentice it would be a pretty picture to see her on her knees does that sound to you like the temperament of a man we should elect as president and how you answer the charge from Hillary Clinton who is likely to be the democratic nominee that you are part of the war on women it was making Kelly in twenty fifteen I have to say and I talk to Megan Kelly about this when I interviewed her is just chilling to hear the audience kind of applauding when he is marking Rosie o'donnell and kind of mocking the whole idea of you know disparaging women any anyways what I wanted you to be listening for is her voice so that you could tell us what you hear when you hear her voice that you knew you wanted to pick up on in portraying her her voice is very distinctive she speaks in is very deep register I I sound like I have a deep voice today but it's because I'm a little under the weather I actually don't have a very deep register and so that was a very difficult thing to kind of get as low as she as she goes I actually stress my vocal cords so much that I couldn't speak for three weeks and put in pre production so they'll just what in rehearsing stressed your way yeah yeah just practicing her sounds and of I work with this incredible woman Carl Meyer here in Los Angeles and she helped me with our speech patterns and with her what I had noticed was that one thing she talks about in her book was that the one of the best that pieces of advice that you got from Roger ailes was that he told her that she spoke too fast and for her to really slow down when she was on air and and and pronounced announce and be a newscaster and so when you want her on the Kelly file and she starts to show she starts every with every word she's underlining every single word it's it's really interesting and then when she goes off script and say she has somebody on the show and they're having a conversation and you know she feels strongly about making a point she goes back into this Megan Kelly speed which is G. as insane I mean she speaks at a speed that is unbelievable and and was at moments incredibly hard for me to even trying get close to but I think it was a good way for me to understand that when she felt emotional about something that was her natural place where she went and the newscaster in her was very specific to wanting to be taken seriously wanting to always remind the audience that she spoke from a place of authority knowledge she was always quick to remind people that she was a lawyer and I usually see in the movies use it you say in a movie like to Roger ailes I'm not a feminist I'm a lawyer yeah I mean listen she made quite a meal out of that I she's she has said it numerous times she really rebuttals the idea that anybody thinks that she is a feminist she is I think said the word feminist to her feels that it because it just causes this kind of divide and separation which to me is just so crazy to think of a with somebody like her with the thinking of the word feminist or being a feminist or feminism in that way but she just despised the word and always kind of brought it back to know I'm an intellectual I want the world to know that I'm an intellectual so how did you decide whether to use Megan Kelly in that now famous sound bite that we just heard or do you want to do it yourself and did it with her comment on it on her show on fox news in which she reassured children that Santa Claus is white so originally when in the script it was written that that would be real footage that we would cut and the movie does this I think really seamlessly we cut from a lot of real footage to to our actors in the film and I threw it out as an idea to Jay Roach and to Charles right off our our screen writer that I would like to have a shot at it I would like to try and do it myself and I'm really grateful that he gave me the shot I mean I I worked really hard at it and that was one of the one times in the film that I really tried to mimic it down exactly to her speed to her cadence to every single sound of of of how she went about that outside of that I I tried to have it be more emotionally and informed but that one I really tried to mimic exactly what she did it's so you didn't want people looking at the screen and comparing Megan Kelly with you in the same movie yeah I mean I I also didn't want to take away from something that I think you know with everything that I've said about making Kelly earlier I have to say I mean that was one of those moments where I had to take a step back and just acknowledge that what she did that day was pretty impressed that was a great question it was a great question and she held her own and the fact that she was brave enough to go after him that way I I I think that she's had several moments like that where I really acknowledge that she's incredibly good at what she does so let's talk about looking like Megan Kelly and me and the decision was made in the film to use prosthetics for several of the characters for you for nickel creek kid minutes Gretchen Carlson and for John Lithgow as as Roger ailes can you talk about the decision to go with prosthetics it was a decision that I felt very strongly about and and I have not done a lot of prosthetics in my career I think a lot of people think I did prosthetics on monster and I didn't we use absolutely no prosthetics on that phone so my prosthetic experience has has been really small but I felt strongly about it in this case because I every time I would read the lines in the script I would lead and I would look in a mirror it just never felt like I fully believe that you would completely forgot it just I think it was a selfish reason I wanted to do it for myself I wanted to be able to lose myself in a way where I don't think I've ever done anything like that before and it's tricky because obviously I have very little experience in it and we realized pretty quickly that a lot of the prosthetics work that would be helpful in this transformation were concentrated around the ice which for an actor is really frightening because we've really utilize our eyes or that area a lot and just telling silent expression and so outside of contact lenses I wore to prosthetic pieces from my eye lash line all the way up to my eyebrow line to make arrests Mauler it is it's not so much smaller she I have a natural quite wide bed on my eyelid at where she doesn't her her upper lip let is much heavier and lays very low on her bottom lip and it's really changes her eye shape and once we did that I mean it became very clear it was evident that we that was the way to go but it it also you know I had to spend sometime with it because it really put a lot of weight on my eyes and it was just not thinking about okay day after day of glue around your eyes what and lenses in your eyes and getting dry eye and all of those chemicals and removing them and if you don't apply them right you have to take them off again and they were in the beginning the first few days that we had an issue with the island being glued so tight that I couldn't actually blank and then there were other times where we glued it a little too loose where I couldn't my eyelid couldn't open up it's very very intricate well let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more if you're just joining us I guess the Charlize there in and she's starring as Megan Kelly and the new film bomb shell we'll be right back this is fresh AIR one.

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"mark rosie" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosie" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Read the instruction book like the track like you got second you there's only two cars finished. I'm like. Oh, everybody else crashed black-flagged. But you got second second trophy dash and was that four laps the trophy dash with the three other fad the three fastest guys there. And I said, I'm not passing anybody. I'm just going to these guys were going. I'm going to stick with them. And they were driving, like eighty feet deeper into the corner that I was. And I just wanted to lot like four laps. Yeah. I was trying to make a pass in the main event. That was my first night. And I, I didn't do very well this last one, though. I went in and I legitimately got second place in the race. And then went in went into the main event and I lead like half the main event like buy a bunch, too. I don't know. I don't know why I have no idea what I'm doing. I'll be honest with you. I know Britney she said that you when you were chatting with her. That you were a rookie. Yeah. And she says, there's no way that kid could be a rookie. There's no way look. It really is. Well, you haven't fun and you're not a black, you're not taking it super super serious. Yeah. No. We're having too much fun. It's so much fun. It's so much fun like and there's times during the race where I'm looking around like, how did I do this three weeks goes in the stands drinking beers with my buddy right now? Here I've twenty five hundred dollars in my whole program. I'm not talking the car. I'm talking whole the whole. You know what I mean? Like that's stay setup. On your crew. The Doug raiders John Kelly my dad's there. My dad hates hated the idea. I told him thank you. Because you just feel my hate fire for the course. Over there, then I made them dogs a couple of weeks ago. He loves it. Came out a couple of weeks ago. And yeah, it's been. It's been awesome. Well, and it takes a lot of pressure off your daily job because I know working six days a week. Yeah. It's it's to stress reducer and it goes all the something to do on the weekends. And it's cheap Gunar hanging out with your buddies, hanging out the tracks. Awesome. I got my wife, helping me and my kids are scraping mud. That's it. I mean, your kids my son. Jacob. He's nine my daughter, Lucy. She's seven. Yeah. And they're wild. They're wild. We'll take off their dead. Yeah. Yeah. More wild than I ever was. Our I don't. Call your dad right now. Real quick. Do a confirmation, he'll he'll tell you my daughter. She's something else. Yeah. So you're own the whole season. I am going to run the whole season. And rookie, this could get you think you might get rookie of the year. I don't know. I don't even know what that means. I don't know. I don't know. How do you get that? I don't know 'cause they have a different rookie of the year for each class. For the six year olds and stuff, you know, but I can beat them you could maybe so. No, you might you might want to look into well don't even worry about it. Just have fun. And if you get a bonus, we'll have to come back and talk to side of the car. Elite, trucking my Buddy Ryan, he's the one who helped me get into this deal. He's I blame him for all of it. Good expressed and supply. They just came on this week. I put it ask you a video on Facebook. Mark Rosie gave me a bunch of RAD tools. He's just a good dude. It's good to have around two. He helps me out at the racetrack. It's all good Kelly and associates. The premier trucking guy in town in my opinion. He's a good dude. He just off the video as well. He's like, dude, I have to do it. Right. So he covered the beer Bill for us. Palumbo family vineyards, they're up into Metalitz, a thirteen acre winery, up their vineyards. It's beautiful. You must be in trouble. Oh boy. I said he took your rookie flag off your car. Yeah. To raises. Is that a good thing? Well, I'm supposed to have three in the race director sent me a message get those things off your car. And this is a guy that does is never done this before. Yeah. And never. Choi. Could you say you're not only for you? I guy like we he's one of my best friends all day every day. Yeah. Yeah. He really he's done a great job up there him. Todd everybody, they've done a great job with place making it. It's just so much better. Yeah. It's, it's really I mean every every race it just gets better and gets better. It gets better. There's more fun. I mean you were I mean you were even gotten involved talked him into bringing the side by side. He says that I didn't, but I did. He'll never he'll never ever. Wait, you got to take that picture on the trunk your car and blow it up, and then get five hundred bucks roaming. He'll pay it drive. It. To I would let it drive drive. Drive drive it. Let's go back. Yeah. It's fun. Well, yes, he didn't. He didn't even know it. You never even. Drove anybody else's car. You just done this one. No, I had no idea. I, I had no idea no idea that talent known talent. He's going to agree with me. No. I know he's got talent. He's got he knows how to race. I watch Cody, you'd never met, Cody, Cody as a kid. My car and the kids, a stud absolute. Leaving we raised race one thousand five hundred. Did short course race trucks cars, everything and everything the kid, did you just give blown away? So I've been watching in for like six six seven years. Now all the time, he sounds very talented you about Cody is Cody, maybe starting to think about because, you know, Cody loves to race you'll raise anything with an engine. Yeah. Knee deep in school right now need, he hasn't dealmaker race yet because he's been really busy with school stuff and whatever else. But Doug is on the hunt for a pure stock. Do you have to show that well, Troy, Senator? So that's. All right. So what you do when you someone's close to you like a brother and give them a hard time. That's not me though. That's just my face. Yeah. Number your car, seventy nine. And if people want to throw some money at your beer, pizza, because I know you're looking for a beer. You're a pizza sponsor, you know who should go after Tonelli's. Let us go and give me a phone number Google. You're a kid needs to do. They used to do all the race cars come speedway. I don't see anybody going over there, hitting them up suggests them all the time. It doesn't seem like anything goes out. It's right there. Bradley. Yeah. Antonelli is going Airtel pitch. Him cash. Good meat Boston. Inches is good. There you can find me on Facebook and Senator Nick Novak or Instagram at J entrance to get hold of me. Great. All right. But hey, we're going to definitely have you back. Wait. Thanks for coming, folks. We come back is on the line. And he and Michelle could talk about last night's race at parrots. And then some. Imagine doing one thing gives you an entirely different perspective about your place in the world would be worth it. Hi, it's Mike Gallagher, inviting you to join me for a ten day stand with Israel tour through the land of Israel dissemble twenty nineteen come with me to get firsthand insight into Israel's fashioning past promise.

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Twinovation

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosie" Discussed on Twinovation

"If you all banger our. He does lemonade address. No lemonade guy is what's his name the golf, dude. It's Arnold Palmer. That's a type of drink Paul Newman. Still the pink lemonade in the yellow limiting will he's dead. So maybe killing the ton of other people through diabetes. She's got sugar levels through niller, forcing the goddamn sugar down their throat David had the sugar industry. Have you never seen fed up knowing I don't like food documentaries. I well this. List? Now, this one scenario by Katie Couric, and it really goes to show how love Katy Kirk. It says that orange juice is just as bad as soda in terms of the level of sugar content. What about freshly squeezed, Jay? I think they're still natural sugar aren't necessarily the best for you. If you have too much what you actually want to replace sugar with believe it or not is a maple maple syrup. Yes. Like so on is brother's girlfriend works at a food market. And actually brought us some dried maple QC other day almost like the Sugarcubes. Yeah. But but made no cubes like they had the consistency of sugar cube. They were maple narrative maple. Yeah. I have you know, I I get that good maple syrup from the great white. Yeah. But all right. So, you know, about Rosie's froze as vaguely ah, it's what is it? Again it. No, it's a peanut butter covered frozen chocolate treats, sometimes the wise code Rosen when we attach her name to because Rosie rhymes with froze he and they're frozen treats Jeff's, it's more of. Grand plan than anything else. Gotcha. Okay. And I actually requested to have the logo change because you indicated that Arush e is you are led by walk by many handles though, and. Was rosy. Yeah. And I feel like you're kind of collecting my brand to move product there, and I'm not entirely comfortable with and I'm interested. When did you get that nickname rose to actually read or give you that nickname? Rosie. And you never heard that nickname before. Luckily. Family line a little bit doing and who was born. I mean, you're you. You were. Okay, thinning am given to me though. Okay. Into related to her grandfather's ailing. Of course, I find pride in being nicknamed after puppy. Gotcha. And so just to be clear, this is two thousand and let's not even date ourselves haven't seen seven Seven or or. six, and so no Debra me rosy before that nobody ever called the Mark Rosie before I don't believe so really because I would like to introduce exhibit A in do still you obviously have a short memory. But let me bring you back to nineteen ninety seven jazz. Came out ninety seven fifth grade year memory to remember Mark being called Rosie Vianney, buddy. Not really you. Remember new joining a group that Mark was in where they oral called throws the I have no idea. You don't remember of hinder? You know, remember, no. And there's the horse shit though, that into the Jeff what you're obviously location is when you remembered all they croup. Together in boy scouts and called rosy because Jews. No, they didn't. They parents only liked with her tentacle fucks have ruined our country. I believe America. Referring I'm talking about England in general six and I think if if this country was built off the struggle and foundation of more of eastern European. Hustle grit. We'd be a better country today. But it was to the western European anglo-saxonne Shiites waas, Dave they while. Right are understand work ethic? Is the issue Anchorage under more Gus just we don't care for the English watch round. I don't care for the Dave hoity toity. But you know, the people that they hold the nose to. I think you're thinking specifically of royalty. You're not thinking about the people that live in rates. The Brits that live in the Coleman. Prett- student new fucking shit is from the faces the hit that breaks stuff focused eilly, no than island in southern island might put up a border again like that while no apparently it's going to lead to a lot of violence because of the IRA in the ninety of maybe you're.

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"mark rosie" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosie" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Three nine three eight five. It's the John McCullough show folks, Darryl would sitting in for John, and I want to get back to our phone banks because they are jammed. I never cease to be amazed at the breadth of this audience in terms of its ability to talk about just about anything just about anything that I on earth on this program Elizabeth's in Troy, Elizabeth thanks so much for calling the program your comment. Darrelle. I'm grateful for your brilliant that you can continue the truth as oh her skills. Thank you. I'm saddened. I'm just heartbroken for the victims of caprice and the nuns and victim who are turning the truth that the guy in Chicago Jesse small stepping forward. So they he got it tension and choosed Trump's supporters of attacking him. It's disgusting. I hope they put him in jail for at least three years that he might be going to jail for on with you. Elizabeth I think that the way this man diverted massive, please resource from its duly appointed responsibility in a city like Chicago is unreal conscionable. And I think that the fact that this man was doing it all for personal aggrandizement and. Fortune is even more. Reprehensible Elizabeth I couldn't put it any better than that. What a brilliant juxtaposition of events on this program with regard to the news and the topics the stories you really care about be, well, my friend and do feel free to call again. You are welcome eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five, and you heard her talking about the real victims of crime, some of those folks who have been affected by the scandal within the ranks of the Catholic church. I asked earlier is a time for the state as the state's attorney general is now chiming in and saying to get involved in the sex abuse cases within the Catholic church. Now, we know and particularly for those of you who are Catholic that there is church discipline within the ranks of the church. It has been applied in many instances, but not to the satisfaction of folks who have been affected by this particular scandal. Among them are a number of people who are tending that conference advantage in city this week convene today by pope Francis. Mark Rosie is one of them. As pope Francis opens a historic world summit of bishops we are here to appeal to his holiness to take concrete action to demonstrate the church's commitment to ending. The culture of abuse. And it's systematic cover up but make no mistake about it. What the Catholic church the Catholic conference the bishops the cardinals the pope what they are doing. They are blocking Justice for all victims of sexual abuse. And that is a crime. These victims they deserve their day in court. They want to be heard they want truth. They want Justice. They want to start healing. As I said earlier nothing will ever make this right? Nothing. I go to bed at night. I think about it. Every time I go into the shower, I think about being raped. That's Mark Rosie attending that conference in Rome. With regard to getting a grip on the priest sex abuse scandal within the ranks of the Catholic church going on for decades, and some would say going on even now, and I made a point on my show run to win the Darryl would show earlier this afternoon that lest anyone think that this is a problem endemic exclusively to the Catholic church. You'd better think again, I also talked about a report that unearth sexual abuse within the ranks of the southern Baptist convention where this issue is now percolating to the surface as we take a look at at least three hundred cases over I think about twenty years, or maybe it's seven hundred cases over twenty years. I'll double check that information and confirm it with you. In the meantime, eight hundred nine two. Three nine three eight five eight hundred nine to three WD gay back out to the phone lines before we hit the brake. Let's talk with Mike in Detroit. Mike, thanks so much for calling your comment. Yeah. You know, I wasn't following the whole Catholic church thing, you know, that, you know, of course, it needs to be dealt with and Justice, you know, needs to be done. But you know, I worry about the motives, and who would be pushing trying to trying to get their foot in the door as far as the Catholic church scouts because you know, it's an opportunity. It's like socialism wanna one to get some sort of newer type prosecution investigation going to something like that. I think it depends totally on the motives of the people that would would be running the investigation, you know. And and you know, maybe it needs to be done. But I just kind of happened followed it, I don't know who's pushing it, you know. Do you think that there's some sort of less liberal kind of access pushing this for political for political motives, Mike? You know, what you you have tapped into a comment that I made back in the previous segment, and that is that what bothers me about the call for public law enforcement resource and engagement with regard to the church is the motivation behind what might happen on either side of the ledger, those bringing accusations and those investigating those accusations. I think that there is huge potential for more abuse. With regard to this kind of an investigation, and we have to stop and ask ourselves seriously. Is this the direction we need to go in at this time as the state's attorney general assesses it Mike you have expressed in my opinion, a profound insight with regard to the issue. It is troubling to be sure, but we must grapple. With such questions in the day in time with which we live, especially if you look at what has happened, historically. And some would submit is happening right now within the ranks of not only the Catholic church, but certain Protestant denominations as well. Eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five Mike. Thanks so much for your phone. Call and the great great to supposition on your part. You know, what folks I'm gonna have to stop.

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"mark rosie" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosie" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"For the call us for Christmas. We're going to Jake. Jake next Kerry's next good morning. Hey, guys. Good morning. Morning. Can you hear me? Yes, sir. Awesome. Hey, call you guys in the past. Hey, I've got a big green garden in my backyard. Got a four foot by thirty two foot rate is bad. It's about three and a half feet tall. And. Basically doing some Google culture. And there this is my first year with it. And it seems to be doing pretty well. I have some I have some questions about my broccoli. And my cauliflower harvest harvest, my my cuttings off of those are those plants just basically, no good for anything else. Yeah. Once you harvest head cabbage or collie flower. That's it. And broccoli broccoli, particularly if you're growing hopefully grind the Texas superstars selection green magic, which is a best. Once you once you harvest main head fertilize them, and then you have little shy side shoots the little trees. And then they're not gonna be as big typically, and you can harvest some of those little trees, aside shoots. And let a few those bloom. They have the yellow dainty flowers going into January, and it's so hard for bees and beneficial insects and pollinators have too many things flower, but all these co crops CO L E crops Brassica crops, led a few them flower because that's good for the bees and other beneficial insects out there. Okay. And I have another question to you. If I may go ahead. Okay. So I have some some trees in my backyard and around the around the front and. Arborist can cost a pretty penny. Is there any kind of a service that will that has some kind of a discount for? For whatever reason for forgetting the trees inspected to see how healthy they really are. You can probably contact. Mark. You live here in Burke county. Correct santoni. Okay. So do a web search for Texas. Am forest service, a Mark sake? K R O, easy, e Mark Rosie. Is our area forester with the Texas A&_M forest service. And I believe he's office on Jones. Yeah, he's office off of John smarts. Burger get his Email. Cinnamon email. I don't know how busiest schedule is. And maybe you can work out at time. And when he's in the vicinity, maybe he can go have a little visit with you. Yeah. You know, mostly Jibril's, we'll give you an inspection. Yes. They're not gonna charge you to come out and take a look. But you know, they're gonna charge you for the work for the work. That's correct. So you know, you may want to check with Bartlett, for example, definitely inspection. If they don't have to go too, far too busy. So now, remember one thing. This is good to tree work in.

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"mark rosie" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"mark rosie" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"I mean, this is not a hard vote to put up to protect victims past president future. So here passion there. Let me ask you one quick question and then I want to turn back to Senator Cormon very briefly, but. On the edge of on the edge of your. Your voice represented Rasi. Am I hearing concern that changes won't happen in the state? I honestly believe you know, 'cause I know that we're going to put this in the the two year window in the house. I know I have the votes there and then it's gonna lay on the senators laps and the people this come wealth are going to be watching them to see they're going to do the right thing. You know, you know, these senators. They have kids, you know, in an ask them, you know, this was your child and your child came to you years later and said, I was raped by precent. I couldn't tell you have the courage to come forward and know what was happening to me. And now I find out that the church conceal this for all those years. We've got thirty seconds left. And since you asked about senators, Senator Cormon in the last fifteen or twenty seconds jam, we'll let you have the last word. The the action that the Representative is is asking for would be take a much longer to implement because it would be tied up in the courts for years. We move forward with what was passed unanimously in the Senate, that's almost unanimously. At least then has traditionally to eighteen months ago. We get these done now. A constitutional amendment process would be faster than having this tide of Nicole having all these reform stop for the next three or four years, why they out of this out in court? Well, Senator Jack Cornyn, Pennsylvania state Senate majority leader. Thank you so much for joining us and and democratic state Representative Mark. Rosie from temple, Pennsylvania. Thank you as well. I'm Meghna Chakrabarti. This is on point..

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"mark rosie" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"mark rosie" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Now we wanted to switch gears here for a little bit and follow up on our conversation from Tuesday of this week. When we talked about the Catholic church in the wake of that devastating, Pennsylvania grand jury report that revealed decades of awful abused by hundreds of priests. Now on Tuesday, we talked with Susan Reynolds assistant professor of Catholic studies at Emory University. She's author of an open letter calling on all American bishops to offer their resignations to the Vatican in that letter has been signed by more than. Five thousand people will Susan Reynolds told us that she doesn't think full accountability will ever come from within the church. And she says, states have to act and needs to be an elimination of the statute of limitations which have prevented accountability and Justice from being served. The existence of statute of limitations are in part would have allowed bishops to be successful in covering these crimes, right? If you shuffle a priest around long enough to basically run out the clock, so to speak that essentially, granted impunity and we know that this is precisely what's been done in Boston in Pennsylvania and dies throughout the country. In fact, the Pennsylvania grand jury report makes four specific recommendations on reforming state law there to better protect victims of abuse. So we wanted to ask a couple of states top lawmakers, what an if they'll do about it. So joining me now from Lewisburg, Pennsylvania is state, excuse me, state Senate majority leader Republican, Jack Cormon, Senator Cormon welcome to on point. Hello. How're you doing. Thank you so much for joining us and also with us from temple, Pennsylvania, democratic state Representative Mark. Rosie, he represented Rasi. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you for having me on today. So I really appreciate you both coming on because I wanted to follow up from our Tuesday conversation because I kept I was left with this question the Susan Reynolds as if you know, count ability wasn't going to come from outside the church. Maybe the secular world from without has to do something and the Pennsylvania agreed these recommendations about IMO eliminating age limits for victims of sexual abuse to file criminal complaints. Tightening the law that requires a mandatory reporting eliminating nondisclosure agreements that bar victims from cooperating in criminal prosecutions and opening a civil window to allow victims who had been previously barred by statute of limitations actually file suits against their perpetrators. So very specific things. I mean, Mark, Rosie, let me start with you. Do any of these recommendations have a future in Pennsylvania. I know that when we get back to session in September here, I think we're back in on the twelfth and thirteenth. I'm hoping that as majority leader in the house said that he's gonna call up Senate Bill to sixty one and we're going to look to amend it and we're gonna look to keep the criminal limitation in the Bill. That's an easy lift for the legislature, but we absolutely must have the two year window and they're for all victims. Not just Catholic clergy victims, but for all victims of child sex abuse that is going to be their opportunity to. Finally, he'll move forward and put this behind him and actually the church needs to do this. They need to say face here, someway, because this grandeur report is absolutely despicable egregious and how the bishops, aided and abetted these perpetrators. They must be held accountable Senator Cormon though. I understand that the church in Pennsylvania though, is is resisting the idea for example, of opening that civil window to allow victims who. Had been previously barred by statute of limitations to file suits against their perpetrators. I mean, they say that it would leave the church at financial incredibly vulnerable position is, is that a concern. My concern is not what the church's position is on this that grand jury report was reprehensible, and the churches actions during that period of time is reprehensible. And so you know, we've been moving forward with this issue for some time. The Senate passed Senate Bill to sixty one in February of two thousand seventeen. The House Judiciary committee has some technical memories moved to forward. So we've been looking forward to the house moving on on this issue for some time, eighteen months. So we're going to.

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"mark rosie" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

06:52 min | 3 years ago

"mark rosie" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Church sex scandals continue to grow across the globe I'm talking. That sex abuse scandals earlier this week former Australian archbishop Philip Edward Wilson was sentenced, to twelve months of house arrest he's the most senior Catholic official on, the world to be found guilty of, concealing the sexual abuse of children that was a stray area in late July the former archbishop of Washington DC cardinal Theodore McCarrick became the highest ranking Catholic leader in. The, United States to resign after. He was accused of abusing a number of boys as young as eleven years old meanwhile Tuesday authorities in Chile. Raided, the headquarters, of, the Catholic church is? A Piscopo conference as part. Of a widespread into investigation into sex abuse well former father Bob what is your response Anecdotally in one thousand, nine hundred ninety four when I was, considering leaving the Irish Christian brothers and going to be a priest I asked the vocation director in the Newark archdiocese has cardinal has archbishop McCarrick stopped sleeping with the. Seminarians, it was known by everyone. And he assured me that he had and that the papal nuncio and that another Bishop had intervened and stopped. It, but what, we're, talking about here is It's worldwide. It's not going to stop unless the outside agencies like the federal government's two years, ago thirty two organizations led by road to recovery and Catholic, whistle blowers approached the Obama administration and pleaded. For a national commission to investigate the Catholic churches clergy sexual abuse problem we didn't get anywhere but we're still doing these kinds of things Australia. The Royal commission was an absolute gem It's, going to be. A seminal work in, the history of child protection we need to. Do, the same thing in the United States What to expect you think that the Vatican will. Respond Sean I think. Eventually they're going to have to respond in that. And I think the politicians, are going to have to respond. Let's keep in mind this is a very damning report that was exposed. They were successful at redacting thirty names everyday assists in Pennsylvania Prese every diocese in Pennsylvania, is exposed right so if you're a pennsylvanian listen to this and you have young daughters or young. Boys I can't tell you where in Pennsylvania those thirty people are, right now the only way we can do that is if we pass, Mark, Rosie's legislation because those thirty, are going to, argue before the supreme court the cat Turks and those thirty are. Going to be hidden unless the supreme court releases those names so there's no telling where these thirty, guys are operating in Pennsylvania compare the treatment of these rapists and the. Cover up of them to oh let's the national Catholic reporter two thousand ten a Catholic nun who is a member? Of a Phoenix Catholic hospitals ethics committee was excommunicated in reassigned. Last week for rolling allowing abortion to take place in a. Hospital the surgery considered. Necessary to save the life of a critically ill. Patient do you compare it to that and you think about The other stories, that, were told for example this, was in the, Pennsylvania attorney general's report ex priest Edward ganster left the priesthood in. Nineteen ninety move to Orlando Florida area and went on to work at Disney World before he died, in two thousand fourteen and how is that connected to the Catholic church. He got a letter of recommendation from the Catholic church Yeah that's right This is systemic it's when when Governor Frank Keating resigned as the chair of the first national review board that was set up after the Dallas charter was passed in. Two thousand two he, resigned and said this is this is exactly what the mafia is like it's dealing with the mafia and that's what. We're dealing with and we have to make sure that Catholics now take back their church and insist that these people, are eliminated fired and that's what the pope. Has to do he has to have have mass firings of bishops and the leadership. Has to, change and, that of course leads then to the structural changes that need to be made things, like mandatory celibacy. Which, is absurd And in two thousand eighteen the fact that we still have, some of these traditions in place and what. About nuns priests of course women have to have full participation in the church if. Women were, in leadership, positions this never would have happened parents I'd like to go one step person not, only leadership positions Power position of power if if a woman that? Is, celebrate on, level heading as a priest a nun is not. On level heading is a priest, in the eyes of the church. But in the eyes of the church, of a non feels I'm not. Saying on the outside within herself feels that she is, on equal footing with this prese there's. Nothing to, prevent her from saying hey what's going on here this, is no more like. They did us the nuns are excellent let me tell you I grew, up with nuns and they're good at policing but they only have so much power you. Know you can't police the priests if you have less power Well we want to thank you. Both, for being with us for sharing your stories I binding to this, report and. Of course will continue to cover this. Story this is one St. Pennsylvania. Do you know of other. States that are doing this kind. Of investigation we're sitting in one of. The worst New York absolutely and we have the most, archaic laws here where. Equal to Mississippi and Alabama. As far as. Our statutes of limitation in New York oh plus I will tell. You we. Have time square Saint, Patrick's cathedral Niagara Falls these guys work just, like single guys they, bring them across state lines let's go to New York I'll take you, to Saint. Patrick's I'll take you to a Broadway show, we'll go to Niagara Falls and you'll be sexually abused. But it'll be okay you have a, great, time we'll get ya? I love New York at and we'll take. You on your family. We need we need. Forty nine more grand jury investigations is what we need, and all the states Sean Dougherty survivor. Of sexual, abuse by Pennsylvania priest and. Former Catholic priests Bob Houghton And. President of road to recovery this is democracy now democracy now dot. Org the. Warren peace report when, we come back meet well who could be, the first Muslim woman, member of congress we're going to Detroit to speak with Rashida Toledo stay,.

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"mark rosie" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

13:45 min | 3 years ago

"mark rosie" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Person. I'm going to have to warm you up. He continued that mantra on for the entire year until the second superior I had in the novitiate which is the most important era formation because that's where you'll learn the spiritual life. Well, that superior sexually abused me. And then when I reported it to another superior, he told me that, yes, I was preyed upon. But that night he crept into bed and sexually assaulted me in the same way that I had described him several hours previously. Do you agree with what Sean suggested that part of the church is their belief that they have some kind of benevolent, right. Oh, absolutely. What this is is a massive abuse of power, and then it's exited in in. In the sexual abuse of not just children, but teenagers vulnerable adults as well. And it's also part of the reason why financial crimes are committed within the church. So every aspect of of dysfunction is exhibited because of the abuse of power. So talk about when you came forward in a big way. It wasn't actually when you were being sexually abused that you were repeatedly? Yes. In two thousand three. I testified before the New York state legislature, and I was a priest at the time. I was directing two schools in the inner city of Newark, and I called for the resignation of any Bishop in the United States who has covered up child sexual abuse. Three days later, I was called into the chancery of the north archdiocese and fired by my Bishop for speaking out. Said explicitly to you that you're being fired because you spoke out. I was told that my language was too volatile at the at the hearing in Albany and and and the Bishop asked me to tone down my language, and then I was they slid a letter across the table at me, and it said that you're fired effective immediately. Now they didn't take away my priestly faculties then, but in two thousand five, when I turned around and sued him for doing all of these retaliatory things, then they put me on complete suspension and I wasn't able to function as a priest at all. You blew the whistle at a Catholic high school. Explain this wasn't when you were being abused, you felt that the what principal? Well, having been abused as a child and also as a teenager, my intent, you know, has been up for very long time. So in nineteen eighty one, when I was stationed at a high school in Boston Catholic memorial high school, the chaplain of the school. Used to go into the athletic locker room with a camera. He would go into the shower room. So I saw this. I went mmediately to the headmaster, and I said, this has to stop. He has to be out of here. Well, he happened to be the third highest ranking member of the archdiocese of Boston. At the time he was the vice chancellor. His name was Fred Ryan, and Monsignor, Fred, Ryan was sexually abusing. I thought to kids in particular, I went to the headmaster. I told him the headmaster said, oh no, he's a wonderful priest. We're, we're not going to do anything about this twenty years later, those two young men when public with their abuse. And that's really what started road to recovery because I went back to Boston every week from then on to help them in their recovery, and I apologize profusely to them for not screaming more loudly nineteen Eighty-one. Could you elaborate on on the point that that Bob made? I mean on the on the one hand, the scale of this grand jury. Port. I mean, a thousand survivors of sexual abuse over three hundred priests implicated, and yet obviously there has been a massive cover up. Could you say who you think how many people have been responsible for that cover up? How many people are complicit and what you think should happen. There's really no current way to tell how many people are involved in the cover up. I mean, the Roman Catholic church is a massive organization that has many hands and fingers that are willing to help. There's not hard hasn't been hard for them to find and then neighboring ear to bend. So. They are having a lot of help. What should happen as a result of this, the these are crimes, massive amounts of crimes have been committed and crime deserves punishment. You know, use a little of the Catholic tough love with the Catholic church. You know the legislative end of this in Pennsylvania, or I have been to the capital regularly for the last two and a half years since becoming public to pass very common sense legislation that Representative Mark Rasi of Berks county also a rape victim of the church. She was raped in a shower at thirteen, which is why he's a Representative and he's pushing for this legislation. The Republican controlled Senate in Pennsylvania that is dominated by lobbyist from the insurance federation from the Catholic conference will not let it. The insurance agents don't want this lot ago through either because they're the ones that are going to be set foot in the Bill. That church only does it. They don't pay for it. Catholic conference the the cat that conference is a conference of bishops in the country that get together, even though each individual dioceses run individually by each individual Bishop, they only have that control of their diocese. They do meet and on certain aspects of the religion and activties I believe they come to a common consensus. They argue with, I think it's just like our political arena and when they come to a consensus, that's it. Killer about Pennsylvania, or we're going to see this. This is a grand jury report just at Pennsylvania. It's three hundred preacher saying they see a thousand young people, children, girls and boys, but probably thousands and thousands more. The attorney general found I've been told and it's being reported that they have over one hundred calls twelve hours to the hotline since it's been released. This is an open investigation. It is on Khanin continuing. I believe those numbers are very conservative, where is pope Francis on all of this. Pressure is growing. He hasn't responded. The checks church sex scandals continue to grow across the globe. I'm talking that sex abuse scandals earlier this week, former Australian archbishop. Philip Edward Wilson was sentenced to twelve months of house arrest. He's the most senior Catholic official in the world to be found guilty of concealing, the sexual abuse of children that was a stray area in late July, the former archbishop of Washington DC cardinal, Theodore McCarrick became the highest ranking Catholic leader in the United States resign after he was accused of abusing a number of voice as young as eleven years old. Meanwhile, Tuesday, thirties and Chile raided the headquarters of the Catholic churches Piscopo conference as part of widespread into investigation into sex abuse. Well, former father, Bob, who? What is your response? Ju just anecdotally in nineteen ninety four. When I was considering. Leaving the Irish Christian brothers and going to be a priest. I asked the vocation director in the north archdiocese has cardinal, has archbishop McCarrick stopped sleeping with the seminarians. It was known by everyone and he assured me that he had and that the papal nuncio and that another Bishop had intervened and stopped it. But what we're talking about here is it's it's worldwide, it's not going to stop unless the outside agencies like the federal government's two years ago. Thirty two organizations led by road to recovery and Catholic whistle blowers approached the Obama administration and pleaded for a national commission to investigate the Catholic churches. Clergy, sexual abuse problem. We didn't get anywhere, but we're still doing these kinds of things. Australia, the Royal commission was an absolute gem it. It's going to be a seminal work in the history of child protection. We need. To do the same thing in the United States and what to expect. Do you think that the two can will respond on? I think eventually they're going to have to respond in that. I think the politicians are going to have to respond. Let's keep in mind. This is a very damning report that was exposed. They were successful at redacting. Thirty names everyday assists in Pennsylvania, doesn't appraise every diocese in Pennsylvania is exposed, right? So if you're Pennsylvania, listen to this and you have young daughters or young boys. I can't tell you where in Pennsylvania, those thirty people are right now. The only way we can do that is if we pass Mark Rosie's legislation because those thirty are going to argue before the supreme court, the Catholic church and those thirty are going to be hidden unless the supreme court releases those names. So there's no telling where these thirty guys are operating. In Pennsylvania, the treatment of these rapists and the cover up of them to, oh, let's the national Catholic reporter, two thousand ten, a Catholic nun who is a member of Phoenix. Catholic hospitals at the committee was excommunicated in reassign last week for role in allowing an abortion to take place in a hospital, the surgery considered necessary to save the life of a critically ill patient. Do you compare it to that? And you think about the other stories that were told, for example, this was in the Pennsylvania Turney general's report ex priest, Edward ganster left the priesthood in nineteen ninety move to our Landau Florida area and went on to work at DisneyWorld before he died in two thousand fourteen. And how is that connected to the Catholic church? He got a letter of recommendation from the Catholic church. This is systemic. It's when Governor Frank Keating resigned. As the chair of the first national review board that was set up after the Dallas charter was passed in two thousand two. He resigned and said, this is this is exactly what the mafia is like it's dealing with the mafia and that's what we're dealing with. And we have to make sure that Catholics now take back their church and insist that these people are eliminated fired, and that's what the pope has to do. He has to have have mass firings of bishops and the leadership has to change. And that, of course, leads to the structural changes that need to be made things like mandatory celibacy, which is absurd and in twenty eighteen the fact that we still have some of these traditions and in place. Of course, women have to have full participation in the church. If women were in leadership positions, this never would have happened parents like to go once to not only leadership positions, power position of power. If if a woman that is celebrate on level heading as a priest, a nun is not on level heading as a priest in the eyes of the church. But in the eyes of the church of a non feels, I'm not saying on the outside within herself, feels that she is on equal footing with this race. There's nothing to prevent her from saying, hey, what's going on here? This is no more like they did us. The nuns are excellent. Let me tell you. I grew up with nuns and they're good at policing, but they only have so much power. You know, you can't police the priests. If you have less power. Well, we wanna thank you both for being with us for sharing your stories for spawning to this report. And of course we'll continue to cover the story. This is one St., Pennsylvania. Do no other states that are doing this kind of vista Gatien. One of the worst New York up -solutely the most Sarkic laws here where equal to Mississippi and Alabama as far as our statute of limitation in New York. Plus I will tell you we have time square Saint Patrick's cathedral, Niagara Falls. These guys work just like single guys. They bring them across state lines. Let's go to New York. Take you to Saint Patrick's. I'll take you to a Broadway show. We'll go to Niagara Falls and you'll be sexually abused. It'll be okay. You'll have a great time. We'll get you love New York yet, and we'll take you on your family. We need. We need forty nine more grand jury investigations as what we need, and all the states, Sean Dougherty survivor of sexual abuse by Pennsylvania priest and former Catholic priest, Bob hosts, and. President of road to recovery, this is democracy. Now, democracy. Now, dot org, the Warren peace report when we come back meet well, who could be the first Muslim woman member of congress, we're going to Detroit to speak with Rashida to leave, stay with us. Ritchie women, Wanda. Where am I see.

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