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"mary lena" Discussed on In The Thick
"Or not we can make enough of those vaccines for the world is unclear. Remember the size of this task. At one point one billion people in sub saharan africa six hundred and fifty million people in latin america about half a billion people in the smaller low income countries of asia. That's two billion people. Were talking four to five billion doses of vaccine. Where does that come from well. It's not clear to me that you can scale the mr rene vaccines to that level. It's still a new technology. Yeah so i pushed very hard. Didn't get very far to say. Look we've been working on coronavirus vaccines for the last decade. we've developed recombinant protein vaccines. It's not sexy. It's the same technology used to make the hepatitis. b vaccine that's been around for forty years by microbial fermentation yeast. But it works. And it's we could do it for dollar fifty a dose and it was really tough to get the science policy makers behind the i had to raise money privately at the first few months of the pandemic was a terrible time for me because what i was became an expert in anti vaccine disinformation over the years. I was one of the first the call. What the trump white house was doing it. Panty science disinformation campaign. That was really stressful. And then raising money and we did finally be raised about four to five million dollars developed the vaccine privately and then now transferred to buy a we. The problem is the vaccines not there and needs to be scaled too dependent on the multinational companies without having the ability to produce vaccines locally almost no vaccines produced on the african continent Save with the middle east and latin america with a couple of exceptions And that's long long-term answer. We've got fix that. And i think we can but for now it's trying to accelerate production of vaccines as quickly as we can in india right now produces about half the vaccines for the world. They've excelled in this. The serum institute of india biological e barack and then we have the problem was there was a export ban on materials for those vaccine so they could make them so. The biden administration now is lifted that for these companies which is going to help a lot then. The other question is whether prime minister modi will allow these indian vaccine manufacturers to export vaccine. Or whether they're going to have to keep it inside india so there's this domino effect that's looking pretty dire right now. And the result of all this. There's about half a dozen countries that it will have fully vaccinated its population by the summer. It's you know the us and canada and the uk maybe few western european countries in israel. Maybe a few other scattered. But that's it so how far our economy can grow with that. Point is really unclear if there's devastation. All around an all of these variants. I'm really trouble. We're all connected. People may are connected into. What's even i think. Important think about is how countries that be considered quote unquote developed or the wealthier countries how we are complicit in the in these other governments of underdeveloped poorer countries and yet. We aren't willing to do more to step up to help them in times of crises. Yet part of the reason they're in these crises is because of you know historical actions and inactions bhai these other countries so we will all suffer if we don't help these other countries. It can't be this idea of nationalism where we just focus on ourselves because that will not get us anything we think about just the basic ideas of global health all right so we're going to move to our final segment and that is called binge worthy. What are you binging on. So yeah basically. I was like do. They even have time to bitch these two little geniuses in houston we will find out is like do they have so i was like if you don't wanna talk about something that you're binging on. Maybe something that you do that has just kind of caught your attention and made you feel a little bit more upbeat in these moments and kisha. We'll start with you. You know. I am one of those rare academics. Watch too much tv. So when you said that. I thought i don't even know where to begin. Even you name it. I've seen it in person in group like i know friends personalities as you will like this show and they watch it. I'm in love with it. Tell me another where i can. Just talk to someone for a few minutes and recommend the perfect show for them. I need your email address. All right it's talent and mind you know. Watch a lot of stuff right now. Tv's little slow. So i will just say some things that i've been watching the pandemic that i really liked the great on hulu about catherine. The great was a really really good show. I watch a lot of netflix. Original shows sometimes. You need some comedies. Light things you know to get you through this all. Watch a lot of sitcoms like the neighborhood or watch something like honestly. There's this too much. Because i wanted to watch like sci-fi shallows and i watch posted lip dig in watch. Some play also wicked tuna on national geographic channel about bluefish tuna fishermen bars. Yeah don't and i'm the owner skipper of the fishing vessel falcon. That's the first time i've been able to say that we got a new boat to come out here and compete in the outer banks. She's about twelve feet long odd merchandise and she's almost three times as fast this year. We've got the speed the power to navigate the inlet properly. You know things like that. I was like ten seasons. I'm gonna watch them all and if you days and that's exactly what i did okay because that's because that's how bioethicists do it. We got your occasion. Peter something that has been grabbing your attention that you're binging on are making you particularly happy. I've got this problem and that this is the most intense time of of my life. Ever between trying to scale a production of vaccine. So i'm on zoom calls with my science partner. For the last twenty years mary lena baton see and trying to get this vaccine out and raising money for it. And then you know talking to the nation on cnn and msnbc and then all the other things that go with it it's just been you know it's literally waking up at five in the morning and going to bed exhausted at ten or eleven at night so trying to sleep is my biggest guilty pleasure right now. That's been one but then in the middle of it all what people don't realize now coming into the office but back then and likes to binge watch and and so a lot of the work that i'm doing it's in our bedroom where i'm doing all the broadcasting from okay. She's watching vida. Do you know that show vida both viva the mexican neighborhoods in east la. For a while. I was a little fluid myself. I mean who isn't right. I guess it runs in the family. Don't i'm just saying. I support any way. You want to identify identify anything. I'm just meet. No i hear you. I'm just saying your sister supports you so we love the awesome. Wait a second. Peter way way way way when and decides she's got to watch you gotta watch it all the way through start to finish. I mean you just revealed a little bit too much. Peter because anybody who knows visa season one two or three knows that sometimes your wife and obviously you in the background are watching some x rated sex positive stuff. Yeah there's some good stuff in there so there's no doubt about an speaking of which then the other one she's watched as rita from denmark and then of course we have to watch.
"mary lena" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Let's make a movie about they got. They got Mary Lena Rice. Code could be Khloe from twenty four. Didn't even have any I. Mean She's Great. But like the lack legislation to be slap that character and they're gonNA get. Actors. Yeah. Well, it's like Jesse. It's like I mean I adore out of divine funches is and it was a fun movie. But as watching it is like, ooh, this is not going to age good. And probably one hundred scripts about like Alexis yeary become a romantic comedy got. Didn't get through, but this one did and that's like Lula. Drive a yesterday I put a you know a speaker. You know the. You don't have to plug into your computer I sat one of those out, and now it'll just turn itself on. And say stuff. and. It's really tripping the started writing a romantic comedy about it already. Only, talks to while you're jerking off. It's really. It's a it's a bomber. Wait wait. Are you saying her was a romantic comedy? I hate the movie, Her fucked me to. Tell why? It's like nothing that Dude's love more than a disembodied woman. What if it's just a voice ha? We Act. Is I think a lot of guys especially myself I know I have enough confidence to be like you know.
"mary lena" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Prescription is Reggie. Very. Much. I got that. Dear all. My answer is over the movies again. Wrong. From splash. To you got mad dash. blache. Yeah get any wider than these movies. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I was thinking. Sleepless in Seattle you got mail I. Believe are the same director Splash splashes not but I also could be wrong about that splashes much than I think was before sleepless in Seattle I think splash maybes in the mid eighty s I'm going to say eight years six months. Three days. So. Let's, recap. What's Your Final Answer John? I feel bad change going to stick with twelve years a love a love that. I think I'm aggressively wrong now. With Jonny Fairplay. Amy. Sick with nine years. Way What was yours again, jaw Twelve twelve. Years someone could be a slave. That helps you remember. You know usually I do love. Numbers in movie channels, but for that one, I make an exception. I don't. Thank you. I think it's not good. Slavery. Yeah. Goes your Patriot. I don't WanNa. PISS anybody off. Nice. Those replies. I welcome the Parish says eight well, now I'm rethinking because I'm thinking trying to think about win splashes because. I did see twelve years slave one time. I saw. On that I see it again but it was great in that sense of seems accurate and then I don't ever have it in my head but. Anybody that's got dotting their collection I don't know what the be pretty much get digestive at one time. I do have a really controversial opinion about that film though that that. Like literally, nobody would ever think which is that. She would tell Jia four is not good in that movie. Okay. So Oh my answer thinking splashes about bosom buddies era because he was still doing like movies when he was on buddies splash and some of those things he would still on that show. It out. Yeah. Think all you gotTa do is say a number. Bed a years six months and three days. Yeah. But now I'm rethinking it because I think that you've got mail might have been like more ninety seven ish. So I'm thinking maybe it's actually ten years. I'm going to say ten years on the dots. Alright so you've got ten. John. John has many twelve. Okay. John Wins. Wait is it like eighty? Three and nine. Or something. it's whatever two years are that. They made these movies that are fourteen years apart. I you didn't look right down the years. I just wrote down how many years apart they are. But Yeah Barron was starting to figure out like you've got mail is made may way later than they made movies like you've got mail like it was this next movie after Saving Private Ryan. Like. Yeah I think. You're listening yeah. He went from horrifyingly realistic war footage to. Arguing over or with Meg Ryan well wouldn't you? There's so much texting and emailing in that movie it's infuriating like. I don't. Need will still love it but it's of my these like you know everybody loves it movies. Everybody tell me a movie. Everybody loves that you do not like anyone can I who interesting? Any Tarantino owes that. Ari. trolls. Aren't. How much how much Tarantino? had. To Watch just to get finally give up and say to say blanket don't like him. A lot and I still watch him and I do like a couple but I just I. Lot of islands. So when talk about pulp fiction like it's this fund re watchable movie I'm like. It's not that for me. I recognize that it's very good but I don't ever WANNA. See it. Yes Weird sometimes this weird in an enjoyable movie that's got fun stuff happening in it that it's also like there's like real human suffering going on. that. Like you know can kind of be brushed over especially all the characters are criminals. Mail and I will watch you've got mail about four times a year rape it isn't it crazy corny for? Like how how late in their careers it's? It's similar to sleepless in Seattle but so many years in between the two you know. They should have matured a little more before this movie seem to Richard. Backwards, I mean to me it just the movie just seems like they're both like. I don't know. Maybe. I just don't like the structure of people being in each other's orbit and not knowing. Doing who they're talking to. Eight and their career, but early, an email S- career. So I think they wanted to jump on that. If. AOL movie. Yeah. That's that's what it ended up being. That's why I don't like it I. Think is that it's it's just too much. It's too much about early. Emails in it's definitely not A. Stop predicting what's going to you know where emails and And the Internet is going to go all those are my favorite kind of movies like badly predict where technology is headed. We're going to integrate it into culture as much. Along the same lines, I like when someone hears a term that has to do with the Internet and someone makes a whole movie about it, and then that like firewall is an example and like they've been Harrison Movie Harrison Ford movie called firewall because it sounded cool. But really just means you can't get through to the website it's like. They made like a ninety minute action thriller called. Modem. The movie as feels weird feels like that sounds cool. Let's make a movie about they got. They got Mary Lena Rice. Code could be Khloe from twenty four. Didn't even have any I. Mean She's Great..
"mary lena" Discussed on Uncover
"It should have been all or not not not not not too close and a backup prosecutor Leslie Sullivan. We're relieved that it's reached a conclusion in this case on the jury heard all the evidence it was properly held fair trial and we accept the jury's verdict. What does this mean for the upcoming trials? In case we won't discuss any matters that are still before the court a lawyer engaged to help preserve children's privacy speaks on behalf of families so well I I really don't have that much to say except that Quite clearly the families are disappointed. What Solis offending. Could you provide them to simply that That it isn't over yet and That merely because this particular jury found Two of the three accused to knock guilty does not mean that the rest will be found not guilty as well John. Papa which is there to like. I mentioned in the back of these steps here in June the public inquiry. I think it's about time. We had one ron sterling emerges from the courtroom. I really don't know what to say. I mean we told people two years ago we weren't guilty of any charges and neither is our son. We believe that we're going to fight this right to the bitter. End Your Life pointing through Kim. Sort of Well we've gone through health. You know I mean everybody says. These kids have had a rough time these past two years. we're not guilty of any charge you can imagine we've gone through all of these charges. GonNa follow us no matter where we go or what we do you know. This should never have happened in the first place and Linda Stirling. I just hope that the parents and the jury can sleep while when they they'd send an innocent person to jail. Ron and Linda are acquitted because of legal technicalities or loopholes but because there was simply no credible evidence against them in the end. The young offender will be acquitted. Two and six of Travis's eight convictions will be overturned. But they don't know that yet for now all fifteen convictions. Stand more and the people of Martinsville who've been watching and waiting yearning for solid answers are left without them. Everyone seemed to agree that there was an injustice but there was little agreement about exactly what the injustice was that Ron and Linda were wrongly. Let loose or that Travis. In the young offender had been wrongly convicted. And that wasn't going to change anytime soon for Mary. Lena's part she's proud of her efforts. At least Ron and Linda are free. You know this was of course my whole intent at a time you know. How do how may have an impact how to prevent what I thought was going to be a cost injustice? Show maybe getting convicted and you know when I look back at. I think well that's my contribution. Finally two weeks after the verdict after Travis and the young offender granted their appeals and released on bail. The parents of children involved in the Martinsville abuse case haven't finished telling their stories. They're angry with how the system has treated their kids about two dozen. Parents met with reporters last in Saskatoon to air their grievances. One father's voice has been disguised to protect his child's identity. We found it frustrating to be unable to provide corroborating evidence to the court that some of our children especially the younger ones who were not able to testify suffered the same emotional physical and mental trauma as those children that were able to testify our well intentioned friends and family advise us to get over. They don't understand. The abused. Children have been robbed of their innocence. The children put their faith and confidence in the justice system. It let them down and there is people. Convicted of abusing them have been set free. We believe our children and will continue to do.
"mary lena" Discussed on Uncover
"And would articles. My first article was published in Goldman Mail because starphoenix prudent publish it. According to Mary Elena the starphoenix refuses to Publish her article telling her it would bias potential jurors then this would be damaging meanwhile and I pointed out in article all the different article that they had had about showing how Sharon culture everywhere and very much in Martinsville in her article. She points the absence of corroborating evidence in the Martinsville case. She calls the children's accusations fairytales and she criticizes the media's Gullibility and their portrayal of the accused as guilty was the media. Role was atrocious. So this is just a typical to become fair. Full page articles about tiny culture. So when you have that within the public no wonder everybody was saying when there's smoke there's fire became very clear just before the sterling's trial because the lawyers All the presented Sarabi that they had done about opinions of people in Saskatoon Saskatchewan and the defense lawyers had polled six hundred people and out of those six hundred people only four believe that the students were innocent so that the final words of her first article our call to action. There is still time to wake up. She writes and there was. Her warning came nearly a year before the start of the trials. Mary Elena remains disdainful of the way. The Martinsville nightmare unfolded though investigations. Were conducted in older diener. An atmosphere of moral panic a panic that Mary Elena believes was made possible by the place itself well it to religious community and a very central feature in this community was the alliance church with Tuesday. Fundamentalist lot of the parents belonged to that and In that church every Sunday you will hear thinking about Satan and what say Indus- and how Satan to juices and how does this industry that then destroys families and you know there is a scare mongering nothing built into to them religion? The children will get something in. This is in Sunday school and they will get something home. They will listen to the parent talk about Chattanooga and durable people and whisper things. It's very easy to co Creator. You know conover Mood Mary. Lena didn't know it but there were others quietly sounding the alarm. Inside the investigation members of that special RCMP led task force. They began warning prosecutors of potential weaknesses in the case before the first trial began this set off tensions between the Task Force and prosecutors at one point in a memo the head of the Task Force puts it this way. We are seeking the truth as opposed to only looking at what will support the charges currently before the court over the course of months the task force members had not just reviewed but reinvestigated the case. And what they found was damaged serious flaws in the original investigation including crucially in the way the children were interviewed. This cases you know started out very simply and very small October. Nineteen Ninety one. Claudia Bryden gets the initial complaint from the parents of a two year old who goes to Linda Stirling's daycare. The next very next priority of course was to identify as best as possible. On other potential victims it snowballed because we realize that you know the daycare was still operating. We had a duty to protect the public. This seems to be the moment. The investigation begins to go. Awry my job at that point. If I was able to locate another family was to simply call and let them know that we were conducting an investigation into activities at that home and Left it basically at at that but trial parents say there was more one. Mother testifies that Claudius shared information from another child that led the mother to suspect her son had been abused before he made any allegations another parent reports that he all along believed the police who had informed him that his son was a victim of abuse despite his sons denials. Claudia tells a different story. Well if that's been suggested that I said to the parents. That person is lying. Because that's ridiculous. If if I said anything to parent to parents at all about talking to their kids it was always to be careful not to suggest anything to them and to write whatever they might disclose to you down and that was done so that or that was a request made so that we could actually show you know the flow of information..
"mary lena" Discussed on Uncover
"Dishes over different charges? She's still got those notes along with all sorts of other papers from the time she's flipping through a stuffed banker's box as she recalls the sterling's trial will the mood was tense. Always tends because when you look at the jury don't know what they're thinking and I knew what I was thinking. I think these people have gotten all that propaganda and a false information and Hyundai actually overcome. And so I was watching him a lot and their faces. Don't reveal anything to the very end. Mary Lena didn't know the sterling's at all before reading their names in the newspaper just over a year before the trial but now she's here in the courtroom to bear witness and to offer emotional support. She checks in on the sterling's during breaks so usually wash just like a nice way to get in touch with them in. Pack them in your back and saying this is can't go anywhere this. This is clearly earlier. Kantor assaulting conviction had feeling all can't it can't she says Ron tries to stay positive. He is known to be a very nice man. He's very jovial gregarious. Guy Who wants to make contact with people and cracks jokes and you know he tried to make make light of what was heavy was harder for Linda. She looked like a doomed. You know it'd been owned. They had to have endurance to go through. This and tried to young remains human. The crown is up. I think prosecutors Bruce Power Leslie Sullivan will argue that. The sterling's used their home daycare as a hunting ground for victims. That over the course of free years they an assortment of local police officers abused children in their home and had a building just out of town a police officer Claudia. Bryden comes to court with a briefcase full of notes on the nine month. Investigation against the sterling's up to now. Bryden has never had any problems answering questions. But today she had to ask the judge for a break bride and was reading a transcript of an interview she did with the Child. The child was describing a sexual assault bride and started to wipe tears from her eyes. The judge the lack of physical evidence continues to be a problem for prosecutors the crown alleges that children were driven here in police. Cars assaulted by the sterling's this police officer says they searched the building for blood and air particles. They found nothing. Says there could be three reasons. There was nothing to find. Couldn't find it or everything had been cleaned up just as with the previous trials this one hinges on the crown's ability to present a convincing narrative to support their key evidence the children's testimony one by one. The children tell their stories and what they have to say is hard to hear child number four talked about being locked up in a cage. There was just me and Travis. He came up close to the bars. You would touch my bum and penis. I felt lonely and scared scared about what would happen.
"mary lena" Discussed on Uncover
"She's talking about one of the first town meetings held in Martinsville. It was in reaction to the June arrests of nine people for the systematic abuse of the invited speakers call themselves experts in satanic ritual abuse. This committee led by local. Reverend was formed in the late eighties to tackle the burgeoning phenomenon. The committee leader told the Saskatoon starphoenix around this time that quote with ritual abuse. Were sort of where we were ten to fifteen years ago with sexual abuse back then. It was hard to convince people that children were being sexually abused. Now it's difficult to convince people that children can be sexually and physically abused in satanic ritual context but in fact convincing people was getting a whole lot. Easier and committee members were frequently invited to speak in the media and at events like this one to basically you had people who were the two believers presenting to a pretty alarmed or group of parents that this might be happening or might have happened to child or etc etc. And that's when I jumped in. I asked Mary Lena what kind of reaction she got. Not Very Good. One chalked and nobody applauded one of them. Being big hockey guy told me that had no business being there. This meeting was only meant for people in Martinsville. Is there when you try to try to push me out? We'll see what happens. You jumped right in. Why did you do that I my I think my main thought was all the time from the way beginning? If I don't do it who will? I had understood that there is such thing as mass hysteria and I thought who else is. GonNa say anything. The judge his decision. But I'm an innocent man. What happened to me should never happen to anybody. We come along as a task force. And we're going to organizing material and we're GONNA move the investigation forward but at the end of the day we start to see flaws. She was eighteen at the time of the offenses. The judge found guilty on seven charges dealing with the sexual assault of two boys. The all new which way the story was sudden the gold. What went wrong. Kids was what went wrong with all of this ritual abuse. I'm second audience mentioned safe. Children's on courses second rituals. I'm Lisa brindle. And this is uncover satanic panic episode for there is still time.
"mary lena" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Slade. Me Me on American Dad. Everybody thinks it's me and like it's not fuck and me which I don't understand because Seth McFarland and I are friends and I've been on family guy a number of times as me sure so if you want me fucking here so you draw Hammett you hot. I'm a little bit. You drop the drop to package off at Ben's place at at his office and basically had an it was just it was it was. They were prompt. Some extra things had from the Ben Stiller show. There was a cast picture and I wrote a letter that in ink that I was able to pretend that there were tears on that I smear and script and had and little props crops from the Ben Stiller show and basically saying I guess you can have these back. I have no need for them and it was kind of like saying I guess our relationship is over. Sorry and I think he took. It was just a joke. I really never told anybody that I found out through Jack Black that he took that personally and I literally have never talked to them since not not because I tried to. I tried to show and I had this problem tried to. What's the problem? The problem of making a joke people taking it seriously and not being able to mend the friendship. I'm having the same thing with with Howard stern right now. What's going on? Well you know. I jokingly called him. A best can't calendar. What does that I got in the next room? He gave you a cat calendar. There's dogs in there to rescue dogs. Take Pictures Yeah. Well I talked to. So what did you do with Stern. Well you know. I've written him an apology letter. uh-huh with this one. No this one what you say sincere. Because I didn't I didn't know that he had the ability to get his feelings hurt. Would you think that he would be a man. That would be so sensitive. Stern is my interpretation. Have Howard is. He's a passionate guy is well I love him and he's much more sensitive guide. I mean then you would know that. That's what I have have come to realize because I I I was on Fitzsimmons. PODCAST FITZSIMMONS brought up that my manager had asked that Fitzsimmons to ask Howard to help put me Through to put me in a rehab or whatever it was designed for or no no no. I didn't need Rehab is a legal issue. No I didn't I was GONNA soap okay. No that's not what it is but my life life is so crazy but I I remember now it was. It was for money which I didn't ask him to do this but I needed some league. I hired a lawyer. That was way out of my price range. I'm talking the hundreds of thousands of dollars for something that I did get in trouble with when I was drinking back in the day. Sure couldn't afford it. He my manager Greg to ask Howard and then and I didn't really even know and then he brought this up on the air. I was completely humiliated and embarrassed and I was like well. I I kind of backed into a corner and lashed out because I was hurt and I said well I don't need you know and he wouldn't give me cause I think Greg said I'll give you money. He's not going to give you money or something. Lashing like pushed my buttons like poking a mangy dog or feral raccoon. In a cage. I was just going crazy And I and and in that because because because Howard has thrown every every neg- like every he's called me he's he's called me a Dick Smokin in fact it or a a cock twiddling Homo or get another dick in your butter. Take that dildo out of your butter. Do something with your butter your but your about in fact I mean just like the list goes on and on not anymore. Because you're not allowed to run this day and age so he's C- you can't say anything I can say when I'm talking about somebody else calling me that see I can. I can get away with it right now. Sure but I've been called every like like a cum guzzling faggot and to be fair. There was a context of that. I was saying to Brian. I had no idea you were in the room with the number to contact you can serve walked into the middle of my clemson. Houston so he. So here's chugging but they don't have any said God. I love that celebrating. Yeah Yeah you were being nice so you said so. Anyhow I used a term termed at that I had not heard before only the only time I've ever heard it before or since is out of his mouth and he has called called himself. I feel weird saying it now. But you'd have to but I I used the term hooked nose Jew Zhu and that it was a shit storm. Her Hey coming at me I am not anti-semitic never Have my dad is Jewish. Ira Mary Lena. I didn't marry her but we have two kids together. She's Jewish so. My kids are basically Jewish. She has two other kids kids that she had with a Jewish man that I we're all intense pain is I adopted their one hundred percent shoot I live with three. Jews not is Jewish. My manager my agent my lawyer. Why was Ju- Hollywood manager lawyer but he understand AH has used the term because I heard him call himself so I thought oh I'll just use the term that he's okay with an eye and he was so upset Sir and I really feel horribly? The I hurt his feelings. I don't think you really hurt his feelings because he won't talk to me. He's got very upset. Went on Ah Fuck Shit on me it hurt. I had to go on a blocking spree on twitter. I had all these people to see this right before right when that was booking the tour by the way to which was great. He's soiled the good name of and EPA. Is that what you're saying. Wow we had a little bit of Yeah Well Look I. I'll come on. I really hard disk. I don't think anybody I don't think anyone and thinks you're anti Semitic no people do think that and I'm not you get it. I don't know that anybody thinks your ilk. I've been accused accused of being misogynistic and homophobic. And well you might be a little with those people. Yeah no I I mean. You're talking about a guy you know I've been I've been I've had Groups that that represent Asian the Asian Community Unity. Like coming after me and all that Kinda Shit like I don't first off US coming after whoever does not mean whoever has it in for whatever group we're living in a new reality where you're allowed to work with fill in the blank Asians blacks whatever you're allowed to have friends. You're allowed to have gay friends. You're glad to be gay yourself. He lied to me. Whatever and then you make a joke or you say something and everyone points a finger at you and says you're seeing what you're saying something negative about someone and you use that term hooked nose? Yes if you're if you're saying you're saying a funny way it's one thing and I think you'd still catch flack but if you're saying something negative especially if you're saying that that person is potentially cheap and then use that term. You're going to be in a book by what you stop saying stopped adopt just the same as if someone is saying something negative about gay people and uses the terms. Andy that you're saying you've been called before it's going to sound much worse than if they just sort of say them them in a I was mad at Howard and I was I at that time in that moment I shouldn't have even been on a podcast. I was very three months into sobriety manic. I was I say probably needed a fucking know relationships and no podcast for the first. The doctor through always told seriously I shouldn't have. And here's the thing I should i. I shouldn't have. I shouldn't have and I was. I was I'm not anti-semitic but I was at in that moment anti-howard that's where I think people get offended. I don't think Howard thinks you're anti I anti Semitic you know doing that. Does I just thinks you're anti Howard. I don't think he thinks you're anti well. No I know exactly deep down. He knows I'm not anti Semitic but he's using that to really fuck with my career fucked me over really hurt me yet. Ah Hold on doing it. Because he was hurting to be fair to be fair. I see a lot of the rest a lot of the drinking a lot of the drugs. A lot of the W- W- headlines negative headlines they were swirling around before this. I say well those will hurt a career as well. Well I know no L.. No but no I know. I don't need any more help in the hurting the Korean I know but by the way my crew's fine what is listening to what coming up when thinking about signing already signed the deal. Oh really I don't WanNa talk. It's got the telethon coming up hosting that and then other that what else is on the docket. I can't talk about it but beyond this thing I can't talk about. There are two things I can talk about. I'm doing too. I'm shooting the two pilots through my company. Poly will really. I'm doing I'm finally given up like you said pushing that big up the hill and I've been trying to push the fuck and boulder of Daphne era as a feature film for about seven years up I gave up in the molten. I'M GONNA do a TV show. So I'm shooting that pilot Daf Nagla Naegleria the TV show. And I'm shooting a pilot called. Dickens knows no you have. Can you guys up the southern California Jewish Center by the way because I don't think these people are doing themselves any favors. I'm and I'm doing another pilot. Not One guy is putting up. Some money for Daphne and another guy is putting up some money for a Sitcom about my son and I because it's great because he's he's rising up just as my thing is like flailing right. What's he doing he's a standup Lucas? Dick you didn't know that I remember talking about that. Twenty through three twenty four. I don't even know how old but listen by the way the guy that put up the money for our movie division three. How much did that cost by the way under way under a million can you believe it? It looks like I mean I mean I. Can't I know it looks like a ten million dollar movie. We're not supposed to say like actual Is Right but advises that illegal. But here's John Lucas. Advise you not to say it because if you're trying to sell it to somebody it's just like a car if you bought a car for five thousand dollars you're trying to sell for twenty five thousand dollars you don't tell me bought audit for five thousand dollars dollars will make them go. I'll give you seven thousand dollars for it. We already sold it. But basically Friday night lights cost the the twenty million dollar range in divide that one hundred. And that's us so we're in the low thousands. Yeah Nice Do you have the southern California Jewish senator by they have it. Jingle the doesn't involve Andy Tech but there is they they do have a jingle. Well we I do. I do think sets movement back just a little bit eh but let me tell you that this is an interesting little side. Note Adam the guy that put the money up single handedly put the money up division. Three he was the guy there was hanging out the window talking to the sunset and vine shooter really big for John..
"mary lena" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Game to watch because yeah that was fun and then I said we want too much weight that Sunday's too many the cute but he was shaving pretty cute next thing too the crap crap massage parlor he's Outta let me just get this happy ending from this kid who's in a cage Outta here Oh of when Robert Kraft had like an actress girlfriend where he was like reading an audition with her are you familiar with this video you have to find it real thing took steps to be on the silence of a bank crafts tape is a Web that we go we're going to be Lakers were so good it was koby and shack the tickets were so expensive we couldn't afford it so we're like we can afford to go see the clippers because terrible I mean it was they were a good players Corey Magaji and Shaun Livingston's they were fun to watch to watch Chris came and they had Elton brand than later came in but like murky lander and I'm auditioning for Mary Lena Look at her she's just from Mary Elena his why did they wait just come in the hold on a second at after ten seconds of her slating that's a little that's you all right she is like a little girl his girlfriend who is younger like would proudly be age appropriate to date your son Yes okay so let's just like if we were with that woman I'd be like hey woman all your friends would be like what's wrong with you or good job they would say grow up bro Okay so now they're just literally panning I'm GonNa explain everything there panning down and panning up this woman like a person would up and down like yachts and she decided you were really good up there what I didn't mean that sexual away kraft would not let it wasn't erotic this isn't the audition otherwise I'm just embarrassed well now we're even because shit this is Robert Kraft harassing moments and really nice positive but I get guys like you in my classes all the time love that he has to work this hard to fuck this like your Robert Kraft TV show and put her on. are just hire a big production and be like we're making it and pretend it didn't happen here's the tape or or create a whole letter being on it he's like start a whole network for this woman what year was that put out on to launch along that is its own mazo okay so now nowadays figure on her I mean you but as a Boston Fan yeah obviously you had the eighties with the Celtics and they were amazing and then the history of the Celtics means they were and the Bruins have always been good they've had good teams okay they move for the through the years you've rooted for winning team the Patriots had some success in with parcel those in the in the ninety s some successes were always like the doorman made it to the Super Bowl had that couple times a couple of times loss to the bears in eighty six but in eighty five I hate five eighty five bears but the super bowl was actually he's actually took place as six but you know what I mean so like you've had some success but starting in two thousand in two thousand yeah really up until till today I know city in the world I would say in America's certainly American sports has enjoyed more success awesome what a tough fan base to give that much success to we're not shrinking flowers no no it's like they're mad you can't get mad at the red sox this year because they didn't fulfil -tations you thought they were going to be as good as they were last year they weren't because I actually didn't think did you not yeah I think like what a hitting lineup what else L. A. Lot yet David price or were you worried about his head what what were you for me baseball especially very rarely are they coming back for another one that's why the Houston Astros are historically s great there's something about the grind of the season Games you guys are GonNa get injured yeah and just it's hard to keep that level of focus like last year somewhere about three quarters of the way through the season and my brother go this is one of those years this is the beard year yeah this is the same type of feeling where win I felt that way right I'm like they're just no one beating no it's just happening yeah and you got two guys that are vying for the MVP and you know what I'm saying also teams get into these things and it's almost like pitchers affect each other and like when one guy gets hot another guy also starts to pitch really well now you have a couple things going when your bullpen gets really good then artists like well I just have to go to the sixth and I just have to give up one or two runs because then it's lights out but there were a couple of guys here's why wasn't incredibly confident for the socks were three guys in the bullpen two of them are my friends so I'm not gonNA say their name pitched out of their fucking minds last year last year the issue they came back to Earth at the beginning of the year they were also not that great but come playoff time that red sox bullpen which was the big if going into the season stepped up Oh my God and so that's why you need to see happen overseas and that's why like for me I don't know about the Yankees and the bullpen by the way the nationals feel like that so no pain is everything yes and that is what happened to the dodgers the fat acted the dodgers bullpen meant that you had to put sorry about that you had to put Clayton Kershaw in and put them in a position to buy did you like why couldn't you are- you in why couldn't you because I bet Clayton Kershaw was sitting there going part me and I want the ball but if if you knew the history if you knew him plus postseason ladies situation him would you protect him let me only would be like why did you leave him on the bench and why didn't you use this guy next year let me ask you you can go into next year are you trying to find a number two or you saying he's the number to go in and Kershaw yeah would you try to find number two number three no yeah I put him a number three because actually think you already have Waldner bieler number one dude easy easy and he's only going to get better he's the guy who looks like Ron Jeremy Yes Sandy dantonio I sandy thin tall Senate longhaired this this guy this guy is Santos Andy Dan forget his name but he looks like a porn star and he's he's unbelievable actually think he could step up review if he continued if you give him a little bit of a from two hundred which I believe in this day and age when you look at like if Jacob degrom has three more years like he just had he win the CY young this year with ten wins or eleven win Zinni ed nine last year whatever ad he's going to have twenty wins in two years and win the CY young both years winds are not going to matter anymore pitchers but if a pitcher gets to two hundred wins that's a new three hundred I do think that will be and then the look at his lifetime he are a the look at Kershaw in the regular season but the fact that he hasn't won socks either no he was at Adams had a homerun off yet who's very predictable you asked me called fat like how dare you curse he's hated in L. A. and certain people who who want a scapegoat him because triggered this dodgers team should be playing the astros they should be playing again that's what's going on but sometimes teams catch fire sometimes and it's a wildcard team it's the nationals they didn't win and they just caught fire do you think it's odd and I'm happy about this by the way I'm not a fan of this player I'm happy that they're winning without harper so our buddy Gar Reina's the batting stance guy can do anybody's banks like literally it's the best highest level of sports impressionism ever ever he's incredible and could will he you hear that Kellyanne oh well I love to his Bella check is we'll check press conference so he's been on this show is amazing I'm saying GARS ability physical yes came on here right before the major league.
"mary lena" Discussed on Commercial Real Estate News Hour
"News hour were presenting a special program we go along in deep with a complete recording of panel discussion from liability to asset rethinking commercial. the mayor now for fifteen years if you take a look at that picture you'll get a good idea what happens when mayor for fifteen years I wish I still look in the two thousands the business started to decline for a lot of different reasons three of the anchors left macy's and Bosco town center a mixed residential and commercial use a restaurant row so we approved four hundred and twenty five units are full right now they took down about half the mall proper to make it more compact and they built what is the most successful portion of restaurants there in two thousand eleven to help increase foot traffic we actually moved our townhall here some thought we were crazy maybe we were we the third and the country to make such a move and hopes again no bringing foot traffic here to the town center we broke ground in two thousand seven the town center at least restaurant residential portion thrive unfortunately the repair the retail portion continued struggle the goal was to make this town center the downtown never had voorhees has always been a township of developments there was never a downtown the goal and the goal still is to make this the downtown as as I like to call it the heart beat of our community we've done our part and helping generate that by bringing many many events here our Halloween festival well are a beer garden of a farmer's market our our holiday beret movies in the park drive in movies and again while the restaurant and residential have thrive the mall proper continued to struggle in two thousand seventeen increased sold the property to accompany call Mandar and the twelve years that pre owned this property they invested fifteen million dollars and the sorry Nambiar bought the property for nine million dollars in two thousand fifteen we with Nambiar and they were very excited about apart with Namdar and unfortunately they were less and less than a proactive partner with the township forcing us to take some steps to encourage them to do some things we passed an ordinance that gave us the ability to take it by eminent domain if need be that got their attention we passed a declared a business A. B. I. D. of a Business Improvement district which gave us the opportunity to impose a separate tax because an arm wind they weren't making necessary repairs and improvements that got their attention why has this particular site not been successful from a retail portion well there's a lot of theories the most the theory is online shopping whether that's true or not I don't know another theory is the fact that this mall is now almost fifty years old apps that's the reason my theory is I was discussing it with a couple of people earlier that this particular site is landlocked nobody would ever build a mall or shopping thinks center in this location they're only built on major highways these days so at this point we are now under a redevelopment agreement with the company that wants to come in and wants to give it a face lift and is very excited about the opportunity to to make the heartbeat of our community again they have partial approval for one hundred eighty townhomes they wanna make the food court threw a concessionaires license sort of public spending be live kind of atmosphere which is a great idea and they have many many different retailers that they they believe are looking board coming in what are we doing to work with them well one of the things that used to be a taboo but it's not taboo anymore it's called a pilot Oh you're all familiar with the pilot the township has seriously considered a pilot fit to help encourage them to come in here we've extended the redevelopment zone to give them more options here clearly the heartbeat of art community is on life support so we're doing whatever we can encourage them to be successful and to continue to get more people here so this site again has been both an opportunity then obstacle but continue to work with US developer and if any of your interested in coming on over here please let me know or let my colleague Mary Lena Town now because he's he's been working very hard to help make this place success so thank you for coming and thank you for choosing where he doesn't cited this you know I think one of the Mike made a lot of great points but one interesting one is is the nature of a pilot in the years that I was here we would never have considered a pilot the residents were opposed to it they didn't really understand it but they were opposed to it and it just became too difficult to sell so even though that might be considered as a really great incentive was one that we just took off the table immediately so chuck COM the mayor for the past eight years and came in with the mission and mandate to redevelop alive the old commercial properties immediately set about saying we're going to give bullets we're GONNA make it attractive so that people come here because it's not just about the facts what happened today you have to think about they're not paying taxes now but it's you know from your developer perspective you think Oh this is simple of course you would do it performa municipal perspective you have residents who are saying to you no no no no so it takes some time to build consensus and I think that's probably where you all right now and with that we're going to bring up mayor Paul Dany who's the mayor of Deptford township and he also knows a lot about right like it's going to be so good morning everybody I I wanted to thank you for inviting me to be too great opportunity so you mentioned his picture up there I gave him an old picture so you can't see what mayorship did to me so and also we had a conference called that's just to give us all speakers idea what we rent for and I told might be the mayor of over here definitely consider ourselves geniuses because of how well are moles down but in reality it's the location of the Mall We're not geniuses it's we're very fortunate to have the highway system it's just a solid location ten minutes from Philly at shatter and so that's why mall does so well anyway myself I've been the mayor for thirteen years on council for Nineteen Years Planning Board for twenty years so I've seen a lot of change come to differ township I grew up there I was born in Dafur and remember when the mall wasn't there needs to play them and the Mafia used to dump their well whatever so anyway Dafur certainly changed from trauma community from when we were kids what it is now we're we're basically retail based economy and Amazon was mentioned what it's going to be mentioned again online shopping is our animus were we're hoping Endeavor Township that folks aren't GonNa want to order food into their house or a movie off Net flicks wait video games and just sitting there living the rest of their life our our goal is to I think the Governor Christie get the hell off the beach while we want people that get the hell out out of their homes and go shopping dining and come to me that's like a town centre come to a different mall and shop at one of the restaurant so one of our goals Deford is to build the mall area up with different uses we we have great dining over there thank God we had liquor licenses available which is this problem in the State of New Jersey and still problem indefinite but we have made your chains then we got a great variety dining there we'd concentrated on bringing entertainment uses around there and we have things like a trampoline park new movie theater being planned at the mall is under Renovation Sears orange and places close to everybody doesn't realize that's a big loss of jobs for folks sears employee a lot of people by you know God the mall and Mesa Rich and their partners era renovating that and we're very excited about it and can never happen quick enough we were just talking about how construction takes several by We're going to have some good uses moving into the mall so we're also concentrating on branching out from retail like I said with entertainment but also medical she's we had we attracted more staffer township which is World Class Hospital Stanton Street from the mall in Spirit has planning board approval I know I met some folks were Cooper here you're always welcome to come dafter township and open up an urgent care whatever some things fascinate me too as a matter Deford passed thirty two thousand people in eighteen square miles I just told you about our location we have one urgent care endeavor township I understand some of the marketing dynamics together born in and we're surrounded by eleven towns so there's a population area around us that that the man's medical services and I go to the doctors and would bath something's just don't make sense to me so anyway some of the things about the mall to we concentrate on safety at the mall we all have to know that it seeks to come shop there we have seventy officers on our police force now when back in the day and I remember when I was a kid. Effort was patrolled by state police believe it or not and that will now aging myself despite that picture but audio so yes so now we earn seventy cops we got a police substation in the mall we have license plate readers we have we work with mall security we meet with them in a monthly basis to ensure the safety of our shoppers in our residents coming there and so far it's embarrassed successful we need we all that reputation being safe and secure so we're also on the and I mentioned I was on the Planning Board for twenty years what we're trying to do in Dafur is plan for the future planning on the motion patient person in the world I want everything you built yesterday but I also realized that some folks matching that that there's different dynamics work sometimes the the thing is you know breath marks mall result and some of them were built in the correct places and they're in I have no closing etc etc but we're trying to plan for the future and try to predict what's going to happen in five ten fifteen even twenty years now which is impossible to do with a lot of things at work here but that's what we tried it there we make we make up scenarios and we tried it cast future and see what's going to happen so I do want to speak on this before I sit down there's there's issues that we all work and endeavour attach what we try to do is we try to Kreider cell phone being business friendly Mike spoke about that all the towns if you're smart do you WanNa do that you want you want businesses to know that they can come the Dafur township go to construction often scattered permanent the folks are going to be friendly they're they're going to help you they're not going to be out you they want you to come to defer township and work through the process and if it doesn't work out it doesn't work out but it's not an adversarial relationship we build relationships and were aiming to deal with with not only folks were building the places but the developers and the engineers and the architects and everyone who comes in ask questions what are you guys have what can you do for us federal what we can do for you is make that process easier what happens in the state of New Jersey they do everything they can seemingly make it hard you know all the agencies DP all of them they all got good folks working there but the entitlements you gotta go through just to get things built in and land swaps in God's just the just the The awful stuff that you have to live through our mall right now too she and I don't know if any folks are here from pse and G. and if you are talk to me after the meeting but they're trying to get it I think it's a transform and they've been working on this for months and the things like that shouldn't happen it shouldn't be that hard to entitle unintelligible showman Saints Jd Oh we route forty seven runs right through the centre of cancer we got six state highways the border differ cancer be road or or Skirt Dafur township roof forty-seven as Iraq and actually get paid they started talking to us over three years ago and they're still in the planning stages that doesn't make sense it can't be that hard to Millan a baroque and look I'm not negating engineers Maroon here I know they're storm there storm water issues there's there's a lot of things that go into but come on like really we have to we have to get things moving and we all have to work and especially local officials everything moves up county freeholder state assemblyman state canonic development why they're struggling with health costs pension costs which are outta control where Barry here in the State of New Jersey and we need to keep pushing to fix thus this budget problem gets fixed all of us are going to suffer for it it translates right down to this level where there's no dollars left for things like fixing roads economic development future planning it Saturday we're not even thinking about I mean that the state senators are up their day they're banging their heads against the wall trying to fix fix them logic mass instead of concentrating on bringing folks to New Jersey and making them want to stay here that's the goal so that you and thank you for the opportunity so we have to business friendly mayors who've identified in a very short period of time lots and lots of obstacles people like to shop online I mean my daughter who was a teenager who couldn't pull her away from the mall right they go to her her house and it's just box after box after box that's how she shops or location the traffic being on a major highway he's great but then there's too much traffic and but it is critical to all of us in New Jersey who lived with our cars to be able to get someplace quickly and easily the question of security whether you're in the city or the suburbs that's going to impact your decision making and to be sure government regulation at every level impacts what we do but one of the key.
"mary lena" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates
"Next in apple podcasts or wherever you're listening right now. Hi, welcome. Everybody to intelligence squared US. I'm John donavan your host and debate moderator and this week, we're taking on topic. That is always in the news. And that topic is immigration. Yes. It's an emotional issue, and for many Americans, it's also very, very personal. And of course, it's going to be a key topic in the twenty twenty election. So let's get into it in this episode. We're taking a look back at our debate on the resolution give undocumented immigrants a path to citizenship. We recorded this one live in New York City in two thousand sixteen. When we brought four of the sharpest and most compelling thinkers on this issue together for what was respectful debate on a highly contentious topic. Let's get to it. In two thousand sixteen. One of the candidates for president hit a nerve when he said, I'm going to build a wall. And then the question of what America should do about the eleven million, plus immigrants who broke immigration laws to get here, or to stay here became central to the presidential campaign, while the proposed responses to their presence revealed significant differences in Americans sense of right and wrong there here, these eleven million, but what is supposed to happen to them, and what would be right or wrong. Well that sounds like the makings of a debate. So let's have it. Yes or no? To this statement, give undocumented immigrants a path to citizenship. A debate from intelligence squared US. I'm John donvan? We are at the cow and music center in New York City with four superbly-qualified debaters on the stage who will argue for and against the motion, give undocumented immigrants a path to citizenship, as always we go in three rounds. And then our. Our live audience here in New York votes to choose the winner and only one side wins the motion again give undocumented immigrants path to citizenship. Let's meet the team that wants you to vote. Yes. On this motion. I wanna I say hi to Mary Elena in copy. And Mary Lena, you are executive director of the national immigration Law Center. You started back there in two thousand as a staff attorney, and went on to give your whole legal career to the issue of immigration rights, and my, my question for you is did you did you always have this goals that where you saw yourself going now actually started thinking that I wanted to be a D agent and after graduated from college back toward island ways where I grew up and really found that being in the immigrant community. That was my life's calling. So that's what I've dedicated my life to. Okay. And you'll be arguing that side tonight. And can you tell us please who your partner is snipe? Partner is amazing smart, and witty Angela Kelly who is also dear friend and colleague, N, G Kelly. Know I've been invited to call you, Angie. That's okay, Angie. So they'd be scared. Your executive director of the center for American progress action fund and senior vice president at the center for American progress. You're its first vice president for immigration policy, but you left the organization briefly in two thousand fourteen to work as an advisor to the White House. What, what was your area? What were you inviting them on? Yeah, it was pretty wonderful. I got to actually be a fly on the wall in the west wing, and I was advising on the president's executive actions on immigration. And it was pretty extrordinary time it was really quite wonderful well-versed in our topic tonight on the team arguing for the motion. Again, that motion is given documented immigrants path to citizenship. We have two debaters want you to vote. No on the motion gonna try to persuade you. Let's I welcome Stephen Cammarata. I see. So the nature of your work actually means and you're at the center for immigration studies your director of research. They're a lot of data. You do a lot of data work using data from the census bureau and a number of years ago, the bureau, actually called you in and asked you a commission to examine the quality of their data on immigration. So what sort of grade did you give them? Well, we did that work for about five years, and we gave them basically a B. Plus, we made some recommendations, which mostly accepted. So the bureau does a pretty good job of collecting data and it's not easy. So you're feeling is when we hear data tonight, that comes from the census bureau, we can take it pretty yet you should say, that's the best data. There is. And it's reasonably accurate, okay? Thanks very much, and Steve, who is your.
"mary lena" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Depends like if you work at this prison and you find that cocaine. You got hey guys found. But if you're in the middle of nowhere, and you finding cocaine. Right. It's always gonna come back to you. Yeah. I afraid of that. Because you don't just lose eighteen million dollars worth cocaine without somebody you'd looking for dollars worth of cocaine it how to romance the other night, and that's rain shoot it. I just find the cocaine just leave it don't take cocaine leave it why? Yeah. Because you know, they we eat a salad who. No, no way, they can prove that Garmin. Where did we go? I don't know you three longs with my teeth. Yeah. As your noses crawling. Is call everybody. Hey, guys, we have a party. Out of all my relatives. In New York. Did I grew up with I've had one I have one just smoking hot. And I only know this because I don't see her very often. Yeah. He is the best. I don't know. What I would have my grandma's house was like who am I guess Donka? She was like younger when I started last time it was her wedding picture now. Donna and my my grandma's. Geico. My God, she's smoking hot. So I just saw picture of our Facebook. One of them went on the cruise with us know that it's so funny because that's my cousin. Jill who's a model? Just went way hotter. Oh, she's what do you? She is a second cousin. Yeah. Family. Listen so removed. You know what I mean like that? Wow. Hot anyway. No. But about it down. Like what how is she? So my family is is has three sisters, the my great grandmother. And then her grandmother like the sisters. She's one of the sisters, grandchildren. You know what I'm saying? There's three sisters Mary, Lena. And. And you have your great grandmother in her two sisters. Yes. Okay. And now this is a this is and Lena's granddaughter. Okay. Yeah. Right. Man. I'm just saying she was a cute kid. And I knew as she got older. Sorry, wedding pictures, you'd be hybrid model. She should be the mom smokes. I'm afraid to say. Yeah. You say stuff about my family's fine. Thanks to my family's Spanish is what you have done. Now. Did you did you ever Miami's creepy? No, not greedy messages. Like what kind of a hey guys wanna do yoga together? No is more. Like, hey, what's your favorite player? And how do you look the cone? Right. I know you're you're deal. Budget girls told me, I'm a good kisser? I don't think. So can you help me out, right? Yeah. Is my niece? Who's like who's like your fitness model? Niece sticking on.
"mary lena" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Others team saying it's biased based on their political affiliations but that tweet wasn't exactly correct that's right tom president trump tweeted in part why does the muller team have thirteen hardened democrats and zero republicans we checked thirteen of the investigators are registered as democrats before unaffiliated with either party the leader of the investigation robert muller was registered as a republican tom terry pull mary lena saw from the white house tonight tara thank you next tonight the big data grab and elections and a former insider speaking out describing to abc news tactics used to collect personal information on facebook and use it to influence voters abc's james longman with that interview tonight a data company tied to president trump's 2016 campaign is under investigation by facebook accused by the internet giant of mishandling more than fifty million americans personal information if you are looking at trying to create information weapons you're the the battlespace that you operate in is social media that's that is where the fight happens in two thousand fourteen when just twenty four years old selfconfessed politics geek chris wiley worked for that company cambridge analytica the organization helps political candidates better target voters online speaking for the first time on american television why claims cambridge analytica using a third party took data from the facebook accounts of up to fifty million americans weaponising internet weaponising the internet absolutely while he says cambridge analytica would create online quizzes when facebook users opted into those innocent looking tests they were actually giving cambridge on olympic access to not just their data but that of all that friends is sort of like the digital shadow of yourself so when you think about what you do on social media you curate your identity so when you like things when you follow things you reveal all these little clues and if if we have enough of those clues we can.