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"mary mary jo" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Not I really do know handle the most famous bad in the world you were in high Jordan. In any part of the girl was Michael Jordan was more in college but yeah I mean eighty nine when I graduated college community. Whatever who is big deal though it was Michael Jordan the most famous earth him or Michael J. B. Will Michael Jackson. Yeah it was Michael Jackson Michael Jordan but Michael Jordan really brought like the whole world. It was crazy it was nuts. I saw on the documentary. It was crazy. I feel bad for him. I feel bad for you. Can't relax one of the reasons I remember when he said I hate it. I'm ready to go now. I'm done. That's crazy because no one really understands that right. We could never understand that to walk out and they're already waiting because they actually be. Kevin Hart no not not. You're talking about sitting where you if you go to restaurant people out front waiting. There's always some of that with guys. Like Seinfeld. Heart Maryland Scifo School. Yeah when cyber was really famous I remember. I was at a restaurant and there was and I'm not exaggerating. It happens. Adam Sandler to their data. There were two hundred people waiting and they were following him as he was walking with Mary. Mary Jo Night. Yes yes I'm saying I still think Adam has that pool to. I've been in a movie. Does he did he. Yeah no one. Stop really really chilly. Don't get me wrong. I hate to interrupt. Because you're next door. You might be right. Yeah might because you next were when we were in. I was at the Chili. Cook off the Chili thing. He was trying to walk around with his family. Chile's a hundred hold on no move forward after that famous it'll be you. Don't go the Mao Malou. Go the Chili. What the fuck you had money fine. No don't don't try and turn yourself in elite. I did not do that. And you said the Common Cadillac was at my audience but swamped. I really swamped dude. Like one hundred people and he. I mean they wouldn't even let me with. His kids is well. I'll tell you this. This is six or seven years ago. When Tim tvos was the highest prayer? We went to I. I guess it was super bowl weekend but went to a restaurant right to leave the restaurant. There was so many people outside trying to. I mean I've never seen anything like in my life. I'm talking hundreds of people pushing against the glass. Join Tim we hate to do this. We know you're in the middle of dinner. We have to back man. He had to leave. He couldn't go anywhere. Wow that stuff is exhausting Jordan. That's Monday through Sunday twenty four. Yeah can't get coffee. Tom Cruise talked about that to a friend of mine. Tom Cruise said every time it comes out of his fucking now. He had to leave heavily. Didn't live in. La For twenty years in Los Angeles. He had to. He would come out of his gate and there were people that would wait there. There was always always about thirty forty Paparazzi. Who brought to every single fucking day when he would travel? It's so weird when when I when he got a newest car was at this party and he got into. Assess you run. He had. Curtains wasn't even tentative curtains. Actually an SUV. I don't remember I don't know man that Kinda that Kinda shit that's gotta suck where they have. They also have fake houses. They have a house that they go into Real Nice House. No Way yes. Yom crews had a fake house. We'd have meetings and take people to friend who was there and She was a K. Where would I get the The the soda and he's all You you go to my tunnel you go you go to the right. And she went to the right. It was like the workout room. Yeah you just didn't know it but he doesn't even he's like that's great. You take it to this. Find it you know. That's when I met when I met but when Michael Jackson within the mall the Forum Shopping Mall and this is like nine hundred ninety thousand nine hundred ninety one so he was wearing that red. Remember that read military shirt with the. What are those things called up here? Tassels the those things he passed. Yeah they were on top of his shoulder uniform. You had the blacks for Dory get a little lawn kid with them wearing the same outfit. Swear to God. And they're both wearing face masks cove. It right Lenny. Warren facemasks math on. And so I'm working at the forum. This is when it was only one wing right. It's not the big forum shopping mall that is now one wing and it was so famous because it was the first like high end mall in Vegas and so I worked at. I worked there so I'm standing out front of the store. I was a greeter great and everyone was like. It's just like you can feel the rumbling right and there's this thing where the the the statue are talking to show I remember. Michael wanted to watch it. And he was watching it from the light where the lights shine down on. So he's up in the top of the dome. Everyone is looking at his glasses because you can see his glasses looking down at the thing and we're all looking but not looking at the show the word got around in the mall that he's there and then somehow knew that he was in the Light Lewis with the show is done. He came down fuck pandemonium you know that she is seeing the videos where it's just fucking chaos surrounding with security guards in the walk. It exactly what happened and I got his autograph did you. Yeah really yeah. I remember the girl that had a poster. This bitch and I know you know who you are. She had a poster was even repulsive. She took a poster for I worked at the store called Africa. It was like a shoe store and it was like two for one poster. You know what I mean. Or whatever like. She took the poser. Now because she want him to sign the back of it yet so she had a. I give me something. GimMe Gimme half bitch. It's that big a hurry. Hurry hurry she went and ripped the fucking corner. Yes it little corner so the signatures. This big it literally is and she had a fucking post. I go pitch. Did he sign? Remember looking arranging. Ripta bitch.
"mary mary jo" Discussed on Windows Weekly
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"mary mary jo" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"She even kept this attitude when when Joey agreed to plead guilty to one count of statutory rape. He privately continued to tell Mary Jo. He was completely innocent. Despite all all evidence to the contrary he said he accepted the plea only to make the whole matter. Go Away Dr Robinson a psychologist. I and associate director of the Yale Center for emotional. Intelligence would describe. Joey's behaviour as gas lighting or undermining another person's reality by denying hang facts until their targets can no longer trust their own perception of reality stern sites research dating back to the nineteen eighties. Suggesting that lemon are trained to long and hunger for relationships and connection a conditioning that makes them vulnerable to exploitation of their attachment. She cautioned that it can be excruciatingly difficult to pull oneself out of gas lighting power dynamic. Mary Jo didn't have the energy to confront. Jovis always pattern of gas lighting instead. She accepted her husband's professions of innocence. But to the rest of the world. All they heard was was his very public confession on October. Six nine hundred ninety three thirty-seven-year-old Joey buttafuoco stood before the court and admitted on July second. Nineteen Ninety one I had sexual relations with Amy Fisher at the Freeport Motel. Amy was allowed to make her own statement at Joey sentencing. She took responsibility for her role. Shooting Mary Jo but she also highlighted related. Joey's harmful influence on her at the time of the crime. She said I know and believe the had. Mr Buttafuoco permitted me to cross the bridge between adolescence and adulthood unmolested. I would not be where I am today. I do not offer this as an excuse. There is no excuse. I simply offer it for the court's consideration at the end of the hearing. Joey was sentenced to six months in the county jail l.. Shortly after the hearing Joey reported to the Nassau County jail to begin his sentence and Amy Fisher returned to the Albion State Penitentiary Tintri to continue serving hers when we return the but a few goes. Make take a traffic change. Well Amy Fisher faces a nightmarish routine in prison. Don't miss this false true crime must-listen Call Me God the untold story of the DC sniper investigation from the leading true crime investigative team team. That brought You New York Times Bestseller Evil has a name comes this new riveting probe into the manhunt for the elusive. DC snipers here here. The never before told story of the chilling and volatile investigation that led to the killer's capture ended an unprecedented twenty three day reign of terror that paralyzed the DC area and grip. The Nation told firsthand by those essential to solving the case and including a brilliant deep dive into the behavioral behavioral ballistic forensic and electronic analysis it required follow. 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The world's first seeing I guide dog or Huskies Balto and Togo the sled dogs who made a lifesaving medical delivery livery from Anchorage to nome each episode of Dog Tales is as unique as the pups themselves and shirt. Bring you closer to the furry friend in your life so get ready to sit. Stay and rollover with excitement for podcast. Enduring Series Dog Tales listened to dog tales. Free on spotify. I or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story in November of Nineteen Ninety three thirty seven year old Joey. BUTTAFUOCO reported to the Nassau County jail to begin serving a six-month sentence for the statutory rape of Amy Fisher. He served just four and a half months before he was released for good behavior when he was released in March of Nineteen ninety-four for his brother. Bobby met him in a black stretch limousine joey gave reporters thumbs up and Said said I'm done. Everything is cool. I did what I had to do to end it and now I'm going home. He reportedly earned a fast one hundred thousand dollars within within moments of his release his fee for giving an exclusive interview to the tabloid program a current affair afterwards. He went home to his wife and children. Joey's neighbors threw him a party at a local Italian restaurant where two hundred guests celebrated his return. The attendance Indi- dressed in black tie drank champagne and presented joey with a cake in the shape of his boat but he wasn't welcome home so warmly by everyone not long after his release. Amy's father Elliott Fisher got into an altercation with Joey outside the but what a few close auto body repair shop some sources claimed that Elliott spat a joey and threatened to go after him with the shotgun but Elliott denied this He said I'm a fifty year old heart patient. He's a thirty eight year old body. Builder do you think. I'm going to threaten him in the following month. An unknown assailant fired thirty rounds at the body shop. In the middle of the night. There were no injuries but the but a few goes were unnerved not long after the shooting they started to consider leaving the Long Island enclave where both had spent their entire lives. Mary Mary Jo had hoped life would quiet down once. Amy was safely locked up in prison and Joey was home from his jail. Stay but she was beginning to think that a normal life life was out of reach. She also realized that normal only meant whatever joey wanted anyway he still thoroughly enjoyed being the center of attention. Thrill that media outlets offered him thousands of dollars for interviews and appearances he didn't mind journalists following him around he sometimes even ordered pizzas for the reporter staking out his house that summer a Hollywood agent reached out to joey asking whether he was considering during a career in entertainment the agent whose client list included Tonya harding and John Wayne. Bobbitt thought Joey might make a good actor. Joey fully committed to his new life as a celebrity. He reason to Mary Jo. We haven't caused this but it all happened. We can't change any of it so we might as well make money from it. Joey's former lover. Eighteen in your old Amy Fisher was far removed from the BUTTAFUOCO spotlight. She was still angry that Joey had received so little jail time after everything he had done but she also had more pressing things to worry about. Joey was part of her past. She was expending all of our energy. Just getting through each nightmarish day in prison and dealing with her own notoriety. Amy's fame made her a target prisoners and and guards alike saw her as a spoiled princess and they wanted to make her pay for it. Amy had completed her high school equivalency and was taking college correspondence classes CI theoretically should have been eligible for clerical job within the prison but her work detail always involved hard physical labor her. She felt the guards gave her difficult work assignments to punish her..
"mary mary jo" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"Of nineteen ninety two seventeen year old amy Fisher was charged with the attempted murder of thirty seven year old Mary. Mary Jo Buttafuoco and held in custody at the Nassau County jail on a two million dollar bail. Mary Jo showed encouraging signs of recovery. Okay from the gunshot wound to her skull but the process was slow and difficult. She relied heavily on thirty six year. Old Joey Buttafuoco to take care of her joey handled all household duties. Drove her to doctor's appointments and physical therapy and made sure the children were taken care of. Mary rejoice grateful for his support. Even as the media slammed him for seducing a teenage girl. Mary Jo refused to accept the insinuations insinuation swirling around her in one interview. She lamented the sensationalized reporting on the case. Saying I'm standing behind. Joey were together now more than ever because of all that has happened my joey the things that they're saying about him are terrible. What has happened it has made me furious the news reports about her marriage only compounded Mary? Jo's other stresses she was terrified that on on any given day. Amy might make bail and go free. Mary Jo often expressed fears that. Amy would come after her again saying. I think she's going to kill me. She's going to finish me off given amy's astronomical astronomical bail amount. Her release seemed almost impossible. But her lawyer Eric Nyberg was working hard to get his client out of jail. He was worried about Amy's health and safety while she was in custody she lost twenty pounds already and spent most days sobbing in her cell home. A few days after the bail hearing Nyberg tried to appeal the decision and reduce the amount when it was denied he changed course they you just have to raise the two million. Amy's parents put up their house as collateral to secure loan for our portion of the bail they also so so the furniture upholstery store they had owned for nineteen years for the rest of the money. Nyberg appealed to the media at that point. Production production companies had already approached about a few goes to buy the movie rights to their story. Joey and Mary Joe had reportedly worked out a six figure. Deal with a television network to make a movie about the attempted murder. Nyberg noticed the intense public interest in the case and he didn't want his client to miss Out on a potentially lucrative opportunity. He told the public that amy was also willing to share her story with anyone who would put up the money me for her bail along island production company Kale and productions purchased exclusive rights to Amy Story. The cash from the steel was enough to help amy's family pay remaining bail amount on July twenty eighth. Nineteen ninety-two amy. Fisher was released under the strict condition that she stay away from Joey and Mary. Joe But a few go mm-hmm despite assurances that she would be protected. Mary Jo was aghast when she heard that Amy's lawyer took the fishers out for a fancy Italian dinner to celebrate the release. She bitterly pointed to her throat. In said I can't have a fine Italian meal. Maya Safa guesses is paralyzed. I'm living on baby food. So tell her to have a bite for me. Amy returned home in time to celebrate her eighteenth birthday day. An August of nineteen ninety two. She later said that everyone at the time including her was in denial. Her release was only temporary the as she awaited her trial but she felt that her attorney had finally come through for her and she felt confident that he'd be able to keep her out of prison in long term in late. September of Nineteen Ninety. Two Amy's lawyers urged her to accept a plea bargain for a lesser sentence if she he pled guilty to reckless assault. A carried a possible five to fifteen year sentence rather than the potential twenty five year sentence for attempted murder charge which Amy's lawyer assured her that she would be up for parole and likely released in three years the night before she entered her plea. Amy Snuck out of the House to visit her boyfriend upon meekly at his gym. She talked about all the things she wanted to do you before going to prison. She hoped to visit the Hamptons. Right dirt bikes go water skiing. She wondered if she could make enough money selling her movie movie rights to buy a Ferrari. She said that after all the suffering she'd been through she deserved one. She also asked Paul if you wanted only to marry her. She said that if they were husband and wife they could have conjugal visits while she was in prison.
"mary mary jo" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"In the spring of one thousand nine hundred ninety two seventeen year old. Amy Fisher was a senior in high school getting ready to graduate but her life was more complicated than most of her classmates instead of figuring out what college she might attend in the fall. Amy was employed as is a sex worker with a local escort Business Abba escorts. She was also carrying on a romantic relationship with her gym trainer. Twenty nine year old. Paul Paul Makelele while still sleeping with her ex boyfriend thirty six year old Joey Buttafuoco. Amy was completely torn between the two to men. Even though Joey had no plans to leave his wife thirty seven year old Mary Jo. She couldn't let go of the idea that she and Joey were. We're meant to be together and she wasn't private about those feelings. That March and Joey gave Amy Promotional Golf Shirt from his auto body shop. The gift may have been an afterthought to joey but amy treasured it. She often wore the shirt to school bragging to our friends at her boyfriend boyfriend had given it to her. Even men who hired amy for her escort services noticed her fixation on Joey buttafuoco one of her clients clients twenty nine year old. Peter de Rosa sometimes recorded his sexual liaisons with amy. In one of these tapes. She opened up to Derosa Rosa about being involved with an older married man with children. She can fast that despite every obstacle. Amy Didn't want to let Joey. Are we go instead of dissuading. Amy's Obsession Joey seemed to encourage it. According to her. Joey complained about his wife constantly. He hated Mary Jo and he wanted to get rid of her. He implied that he couldn't divorce divorce his wife but he might shoot her some day unless amy did IT I. He allegedly told her a marriages till death. Do US part. You just have to speed up the last part. Joey later denied that he ever encouraged amy to commit murder but regardless of where the idea came from the thought of killing Mary Jo was constantly on. Amy's mind in the spring of nine thousand nine hundred eighty two one night in mid-may seventeen year old. Amy was hanging out with a few of her high high school friends in Brooklyn. While strolling around a street festival. She met twenty one year old. Peter Guatantee the struck up a conversation as amy flirted with Peter. She hinted that she might be interested in meeting up some time to have sex but she wanted him to do her a favor i. She asked him to help her find a gun. Peter genty was an honor roll student on track to attend in medical school but he came from a rough neighborhood and many of his peers belong to gangs. He knew it would be easy enough to find a gun and he was tempted. I'm did Bhai Amy's offer of a sexual quid pro quo. Before I continue with Peter Psychology. Please note that I am not a licensed psychologist I or psychiatrist but I have done a lot of research for this show peers willingness to jeopardise his entire future for one sexual sexual experience might seem logical but evolutionary psychologists so Toshi Kennesaw and Mary C still theorized that a young men's tendency to commit crimes is frequently driven by the desire to attract women. The used this theory to explain. Why male criminality ED peaks in late adolescence and early adulthood when the Libido is strongest excited by Amy's offer of sex Peter guatantee quickly agreed to the deal a few days later on Tuesday may nineteenth? He called amy at home. He had her gone a semiautomatic twenty five caliber titan. Amy told him to come over and drop it off at eleven. Am after she hung up. Amy Drove to hoist. Obey to scout out the but a few goes house. She spotted Mary Jo's car in the driveway. Her lover's wife. Thus be home. Perhaps to give herself an alibi. Amy then drove to school but instead of heading to class she immediately checked checked. In at the nurse's office complaining that she was sick. The nurse called Amy's mother who gave permission to go home for the day. By at the time amy arrived at her house Peter Guatantee was waiting for her. She climbed to his Maroon Thunderbird and handed him eight hundred dollars intern. Peter gave her the twenty five caliber Titan. Amy Admired it for a moment then. She asked Peter to give her a ride died. She directed him back to the but a few goes house on Adam Road West along the way. Amy Tried to talk Peter into shooting. Mary Jo Oh as she had done previously with her friends Steven Sloman. Amy Thought she could go peter into doing the job for her but he refused. He was happy to give her a gun and a ride but he drew the line at murdering a stranger. Whatever she planned to do once they got to Adam road west last? He was staying in the car. Despite Peter's refusal amy told them to keep driving. She was determined to Confront Mary Joe with or without him. Peter pulled up to the but a few Ghost House and eleven thirty A. M. AMY got out of the car walked up the path to the front door and rang the doorbell. Mary Jo uh-huh was painting lawn chairs on her back when she heard the ring she was alone her children twelve year old. Paul Nine Year Old Jessica were at school when she answered the door and found amy there. She didn't recognize the girl. It didn't occur to Mary Jo to be suspicious of the petite teenage girl in front of her. Amy asked. Is Joey your husband. Mary Jo said Yes thinking perhaps. The girl was looking for an estimate on car repairs but amy took a deep breath and said I came here to tell you that Joey is having an affair with my little sister Mr instead of reacting with shock. Mary Jo seemed amused. Was this some kind of prank. But Amy's he's face remained serious. She rattled off a wild story claiming to be a nineteen year old named Anne. Marie her little sister she said was only sixteen the more amy talked the more skeptical. Mary Jo became the girl. seemed nervous. And evasive live. She could tell that amy was lying and started to get impatient. Whatever joke this teenager was playing she didn't understand it and she was ready for the conversation to be over and a last ditch effort to convince Mary Jo of the truth? Amy pulled out the white golf shirt from Joey's auto body shop. She told Mary Jo that she had founded and her sister's bed. It was proof that he had been in her house Mary. Mary Jo wave the evidence away. Joey gave out a lot of shirts. It didn't prove anything. Amy was thrown off by Mary. Jo's casual casual response. Why wasn't she taking her seriously? According to professor of Psychology Nathaniel our hair people who have trouble regulating their emotions are particularly prone to aggression and feelings of invalidation may be trigger for aggressive behavior and validation validation occurs when a person's thoughts and feelings are rejected or ignored when. Mary Jo shrugged off Amy's accusation. Amy became furious. Amy felt her face heat up. She had expected tears or anger. Some kind of reaction but this woman wouldn't even give her the satisfaction of getting upset. It was like Mary. Joe Didn't care at all amy. Amy Felt dismissed ignored. This woman was treating her like some stupid kid when Mary. Joe Stepped back and think daime for stopping by. Amy Thought she sounded almost smug it meet her furious. Joey was right about Mary Jo no wonder he. He couldn't wait to be rid of her. He deserved better. Amy Thought about everything she had shared with Joey. The love and tenderness mess. She thought about how this woman in front of her was the only thing keeping joey away from her. Her hands trembled with rage but she studied them as Mary Jo turned away from the door. Amy Reach for the gun stuffed into the pocket of her jeans as Mary Jo turned her back on amy. The teenager raised the gun and fired. Mary Jo collapsed to the ground bleeding. Amy began to panic. She broke the ejector off the gun through the guns pieces into the Front Yard and fled back to Peter's car. But when Peter Saul Amy Comeback Back empty-handed he ordered her to go and retrieve the gun. They couldn't leave that much evidence behind then they.
"mary mary jo" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"In March of nineteen eighty three their family grew again Mary. Joe Gave Birth to a girl named Jessica but Mary Jo felt strained by by the pressures of raising two young children with an addict for partner and it affected her mental health. Soon after Jessica was born Mary Jo began Jan to suffer from anxiety and debilitating panic attacks. She saw a doctor who prescribed medication and behavioral therapy to alleviate her symptoms But this treatment did nothing to address the true problems in her marriage. My nineteen eighty-six thirty one year old. Mary Very Joe needed a change. She hoped to move to a new larger house. In massapequa on Long Island the move would give them more space and they would also take Joey. We away from the bad influences in Baldwin plus. They would be closer to Joey and Mary Jo's parents. Mary Jo hoped they would provide the young family with a stronger support network. She found a house by the beach on the edge of South Bay and made an offer when she began taking steps to move the family Massapequa. Joey told Mary Jo he could take care of selling their house in Baldwin in fact he had already found the buyer. Mary Joe didn't question him. Joey was a charismatic. Well liked guy who was always out meeting New People. It wasn't an outlandish idea that he'd convince someone to buy the House but on the day the but a few goes were scheduled to close on their new home. Joey admitted to her that there was never a buyer. He owed so much money to his drug dealer that he signed over the deed to their house as payment. Mary Jo was stunned and furious. Mary Jo Stomach make lurched as she grappled with. Her husband's confession her jaw clenched. She couldn't open her mouth without screaming. Part part of her wanted to let rage takeover. She wanted to lose control but she couldn't. She had to be the adult she had to be responsible. She had to stay calm enough to clean up. The wreckage left behind by Joey stupid and irresponsible behaviour and she watched him walk across the room. He sagged against the wall. Tears came to his is almost against her will mary. Mary Jo softened. He looked so defeated as furious as she was. She still wanted to take care of him. He was like one of the kids. He needed her but she knew they couldn't continue on this path for much longer. If Joey kept living like this he would eventually self destruct and take her and the kids down with him the but a few hugos purchase their new house in Massapequa as planned but to do so they had tomorrow fifty thousand dollars. Joey's father in exchange Joey. We gave up his ownership and the auto body shop. He would continue to work there but only as an employee. Mary Jo also gave Joey in ultimatum. made him go to rehab or their marriage was over. Joey agreed and successfully completed a three week. Twelve step program. When he returned home he seemed to have conquered his addictions Larry? Joe was eager to forgive him and start. Fresh Rehab. Had cured heard the main source of their marital stress. Joey still occasionally push things too far in search for a good time in November of nineteen ninety he. He took out a loan to purchase a thirty one foot racing boat that was out of their budget but compared to the cocaine use. Mary Jo felt that this was a tame extravagance so she let it slide. At least the whole family could enjoy a summer of boat rides on the ocean but around the same time thirty five year old. Joey found another diversion one that he carefully hid from his life life that winter he met a sixteen year. Old Girl named Amy Fisher. It was a relationship that would change. His family's lives lives forever when we return. We'll see how troubled teen Amy Fisher fell for the charms terms of Joey Buttafuoco. Do you know how I can tell. It's winter the temperature has dropped holiday leader. 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Tails is as unique as the pups themselves and sure to bring you closer to the furry friend in your life so get ready to sit stay and rollover with excitement went for podcast endearing series docked tails. Listen to Dog Tales Freon spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story in late one thousand nine hundred ninety thirty five year. Old Joey. buttafuoco seemed settled old into a stable routine with his wife. Thirty four year old. Mary Jo and two children ten year old. Paul and Seven Year Old Jessica Joey. We had struggled with cocaine addiction for years but he stopped using after completing rehab in the late. One thousand nine hundred eighty s as he worked to rebuild his life. Joey yeah the support of friends family and neighbors. Everyone seemed to root for him. He was an affable man. Easy to like many people who Matt. Joey found him charming. But it was these same charms that help Joey win the affections of a sixteen year old girl named Amy Fisher to outsiders. Amy had a perfect upper middle class privileged life. Her parents owned a successful upholstery shop. In Freeport New York amy was an only child and her mother and father could afford to spoil her one neighbor commented. Her parents didn't set down a lot of rules but indulgent parents and material comforts couldn't insulate amy from tragedy. Amy reported that between between the ages of three and six years old she was molested by close relative she also said at the age of twelve. She was sexually assaulted by a man who who had been hired to retail their bathroom hurt and confused. She protected herself by characterizing. The encounter as consensual not even a teenager. She began to cultivate an image of herself as a precocious sexual free. Spirit these instances likely we had a profound effect on Amy's mental and physical health clinical psychologist luke cash 'em Konopka pointing to a breadth of research showing that childhood sexual abuse significantly changes its victims. 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"mary mary jo" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks
"That is an unbranded not branded canary. It's it's the stable channel Link Ebbers. Yeah the link was on Microsoft servers. And when you install this basically hides away the original edge. It's still on. Your system can still be accessed in fact active enterprises instructions on how they can still access it but it basically takes over you can make any of your default but so I'm in that one so I am running a Beta build of edge and doing stream yard net and it's running fine good compassion wise. It's their right -cause it's chrome so edge Microsoft's got at their own library of extensions that have been updated for edge chromium but you can go to the chrome web store an install with one button change of setting. You can install extensions from the story. Yeah Yeah when you think about the future like okay you know you mentioned Holland's in a VR Ar. I we're in a LULL WITH IS A. I don't think it's founded footing. No I don't think it has when when you're thinking right now is going into the Christmas season. What what what are you excited about? What kinds of things? What are you excited about? Technology wise right now weaker works you think about that rich. Where's your ups dude? That's the story is a story. Okay so we had a power blitz why I went out and the that's exactly what I did. Jim By comparison often like the lights dating. I'm like okay I look down. Why a just mess with everything and I had plugged the power strip? That's my essentials. WHO's good I found out tonight my essentials power strip was plug into the right side of the ups which is just service battery so my xbox all that stuff was on the wrong line and then so my Mac so I'm not in coming coming coming to you from the same computer? I had to go run and grab my my laptop because my Mac decided that. Hey I'm rebuilding. Why don't I do that? Update then I've been waiting to hang. Hang Hang Han hang on now. People complain about Windows doing that stuff. That doesn't happen in the macworld it does when you cook the button. Update next time out the next I I right right hey restarted I think you want to insult what'd you told it to do. Essentially I told Jim it'd be a few minutes. I'd run up. Grab the laptop and Luckily I was able to switch some USB port so it shouldn't look or sound any different but now you're better now. I had just asked rich before he came in. He gives us a little bit of ignite so he's been through a hardware and a software event and I was Kinda sorry I was asking him. What's he excited about where you're coming up on? You know the retail L. Moment in America and really around the world and as we think about what we get excited about our technology rich what what might do an add to that well there was one question nationals waiting to ask you mentioned rich. The surface book I think is the new product you have right in front of those surface laps. Three service laptop through. Yeah so as I'm thinking about that so explain to the three of us in this audience who are not Microsoft guys that laptop. Right is the Microsoft branded V. Laptop when I'm I'm looking to getting a new if I'm getting into Microsoft space I think there are right now. I've talked to a lot of people who are typical Mac people who are like. Hey now we're open to a lot of things right. I mean I'm kind of a a mass like. Hey everything's good now. Is that laptop road. Would you call that the go-to laptop for someone who's looking to now get into the the Microsoft space. It wouldn't be a bad way if you don't want to go with the surface tablets style and a lot of people aren't actually because they don't want frank clam shell. Yeah they WANNA clam Shell. They want powerful laptop. They can use for editing for basic browsing things like that. Well this this sister low in right this is the I five eight Gig Ram one hundred twenty eight gigging. It's performing well but it comes in and I seven model right and you can bump up the ram you can bump up the storage and of course that's going to take your. This is a nine hundred ninety. Nine dollar device. You're talking to a Mac guy he's used overpaying for everything that's great so hi. This is paying for the same hardware for I five joke. The apple taxes are real thing. You right and there's a little bit of a surface tax. Okay because as an I can go get an I five eight Gig with one hundred twenty Gig. SSD probably in the five to six hundred dollar Ballpark to get a really nice laptop windows laptop but again so there is a bit of a surface tax when it comes to this hardware as well but like I said the the top end on the she can go to an I seven. I think you can get up. I forget how high the ramp goes in the storage so there are powerful options for this. I think for for what I do because this isn't a game machine. It's not built that way. So if you want portability pretty decent battery life decent performance for doing your day to day kind of you know. You're not going to be doing photoshop. A heavy duty photoshop video editing but I think it could be that entry point to kind of because it it is that typical clam shell and the the big difference this time with surface laptop. Three is you now have options for an all metal device. You can get away from the Al Qatar. All right if you want to. And like I mentioned the Qatar does have a different codeine on it. So it and they changed the coloring right on all the keyboards. There are a little darker now. Now they're kind of modeled a little bit more in order to kind of hide. Some of that that stuff that comes on them but if you compare but this assist the surface layer is just got in fact. Ralph grown told me at a surface event either earlier this year or last year. He explained this because they started doing. On those that launch its intended to repel the hand oils and things that we tend to have on our hands at the time so but now with the option of metal decks. They had a they called it sandstone. I think it's basically rose gold. They had a version of that. And I again again. The colors in the sizing is because they did really say fifteen inch surface laptop three so there are configurations that come with a fifteen inch if you want fifteen inch I I think it's only amd unless you go by the business version which is possible. Okay that's an I seven because that whole new line I think if you haven't kept up with Microsoft can be a little bit confusing when you get into it okay. There's surface book. There's the surface all of this. Like what if I if I just WANNA get into it I think the biggest complaint from people from the Mac side who were looking to switch was with the services will that keyboard it collapses and there's a new line out there the surface book line right. Was this that rigid classic clam Shell while the surface book is the one with the detachable. Clipboard the detachable screen. Yes that's that is not where I would go so you have. You have your surface pros right that surface proline with the kick Stan and the detachable keyboard then you surface laptop this is third generation of surface laptop so and then you have surface book wants to K C so it was a laptop is what you allow top is what you're looking at and that's not a bad target convert who would be comparable version. Yeah because when when it comes down to the weight so you know it was like a Mac book air is really what it looks like. It is in far off of that. Look I mean yeah. It's it's pretty thin up there for the screen. Yup It's got the one set advent back here for the fan but it fan hardly ever kicks on when I'm using it And so they've done real good job and these isolate. These intel chips are really good performers. So I was. I was a little worried. I don't look a gift horse in the mouth. I was happy to get it but I was thinking how I five. I'd really like to have an I seven there but but it's actually turned out to be a pretty good device so feels good to hand like great. I'm carrying it around it like I said that for me. Just the simple ability to be able to do that one finger if you do that with the original surface laptop that sucker sliding across the desk pointer finger for the audio. Yeah so so. They've really and Mary. Mary Jo Foley who is famous for her laughable right thing. She bought the surface laptop through yourself and I think she bought the. AMD The fifteen inch but she loves it because of the balance because of you know that's just opening the lid but that means they have placed all the weight in the base in a manner that really sets securely curly. So that's on your lap or on your death. It feels a lot more balanced. You got the spring right. You've got the balance right yet. The waiting right. And it's weird. I mean you gotTa Get components in there and there's there's a finite amount of components plus where do they go so it takes some really good engineering. It has the surface connect so it still has surfaced connect on it but on the they did add Let me see yeah there you go so USB USPA. And then. And I think that's the headphone Jack. Yeah the headphone Jack. But so they did add. See to it so you can't actually charged via that seaport if you wanted to. But the fast charging uses is the surface connect and it has to be closed you. You don't fast charge when you're using it CA. I never liked that surface. Connect port sort of. They had bigger plans in the beginning. I did yeah and then it just never retained for compatibility. Yeah Yeah Yeah no okay back to my question now. That weaker has distract and as we think of the. I think we're going to the holiday season and you think about you know. What would you get excited about this? And it can be the anything. It doesn't have to be any Microsoft stuff or whatever but what what are you excited about a well. You know I sat and watched that xbox event today right hardwares hardware right. You're gonNA find there's going to be great deals on hardware or no matter what you know if you're running an older windows seven piece of hardware. I I actually wouldn't be paying a whole lot of attention. To upgrade windows.
"mary mary jo" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"They have never ever done that with any version moonstone wealth except for maybe the first version. I guess So what that means is all of a sudden. We're going to have this major major update allegedly. We haven't seen any new major features but a major update and actual feature update that will have been tested for a really long period of time time. So what does that say for twenty two. I mean if you ain't got a major update to that things aren't going to be tested for six months. Why why would you go back to that? I like the system. I really think it makes sense and it makes sense even with the. We're going to test this other released two versions out for a year. They could do that every year and it would make sense and does does this go back to the conversation that we had I think maybe even the first time that I Guest guest hosted where essentially a big issue with these these updates ends up being if you're adding in a ton of new features adds so much work for the folks who at the it level or trying to support this that you have You're trying to roll out these things for a company and then and suddenly all these features get added that people are asking about and trying to figure out. So is the idea here that but does it make an. I'm asking can you if you get one feature or one update that has accredited features built into it versus a slow roll out across the the whole thing. Why is why is it better to have them all? Come at once as opposed to We'll just once in a while. You don't actually think it has much to do with the new features. I one of the things that anyone anyone could do. I guess if you could find the beds would be to go back to some older version of windows ten to the original version some version from three years ago. Whatever it is and you compare it to what we have today a honestly? They're not that different right. The problem is the way that these updates are. Delivered a feature update is literally delivered as because because it is a major new version of windows. It's a you're the the install routine website your i-drive pushes your day to the side reinstall installs a new version of windows and apply stuff back there. There's a big chance for something to go really horribly wrong there The thing that they just this nineteen o nine thing which is not really that thing. It's really really just a cumulative update and like I said a small cumulative updates not even a major one by cu standards You know yeah you have to reboot but it's just it's just making a couple of minor changes it's not shifting the whole os off and then on again And so it really has more to do with that to my mind if they could change the away. That windows ten is updated. Right through some kind of a further modulation where you don't have to wipe out the whole. Oh asked to get new to get new features or whatever that would be fine The way they do things today. It's not like that. So for the first four years issue windows tens life cycle. We were installing major new versions of windows every six months whereas with previous versions of windows. We were doing it every three to six years. That's a huge change and by the way they didn't go well you can. You don't have to accept except this is my opinion we have. We know that ninety three eight nine eight three. All of those things were disasters in their own way right. All of them had major problems. So we'll see what happens here Have there been problems with see us. I probably but they. They are almost certainly not as big of an issue. As when you have a problem with feature up it makes sense. This is the reliability thing it's it's thing rate for it pros. I feel like it's a trust thing. Because they want they wanna be able to say I feel really good about applying this update across my company. You know I I should. Hopefully they're testing to before they do that but they want more confidence than this. I mean they don't WanNa roll something out and then have all these problems crop up and and then have to roll it back or have all their users coming to them saying so you said this is GonNa work. Didn't that's what's cool about this. I feel like for most I mean look every business has their own kind of schedule schedule for installing whatever kinds of updates etc.. They're probably many businesses that might wait a month or more to see what happens with particular cumulative updates whatever it is This this system works. You know it just works Feature updates you know. We have businesses that litter most a lot. Most enterprises surprises. Probably were one two three versions of windows away from whatever was newest in the past. They can't do that anymore so they're kind of pushing it as long long as they can with windows ten and I guess it depends on what kind of support you know. Agreement you have with Microsoft whatever but I think this makes sense for everybody so everybody I well. Yeah except I compare it to my experience experience On on MAC OS. For some time. Where everybody that I know? And it's of course a particular subset of people everybody that I know that Pays his attention to the latest update of Mac. Os and what features that brings we all end up holding off forever and never never never never before we update because it introduces so many new problems. And when there's trust which is something that has not you know has sort of been given their than. Yeah you WANNA hold off on on updating and so to have this go through and the computer restarts and everything's working as you expected it to hugh and there aren't compatible breath. Yeah that's A. That's a great thing and so it's interesting I don't know as much about Mac. Os and You know what. The upgrade great rate is like Microsoft apple rather talks a lot about how many people have updated. IRS whatever you know within so many weeks so fifty percent in the first two weeks or whatever. It's always like a big thing. They never really talk about that with Mac. Os which is interesting Mac. Os is a lot more like windows in that. It's a mature legacy desktop operating system. That there's there's not a lot of excitement about new features for the most part I would imagine right so yeah dark mode must've been pretty cool And what else the latest one. That is exactly the it was dark mode and that type of thing. You should expect a system in this case. That's almost twenty years old. You know windows thirty. Whatever everybody's you know thirty years old? It's huge but You know we're not expecting shiny fireworks and whatever I mean I. I expect expect to come up. I expected to work. Expect everything I do to work the same. I mean the you tend to notice the problems not the new features you know. ooh Yeah. That's a good way to put it. Yeah Mhm because you just want to get your work done and some of us are God forbid some of us don't even see The the crow or anything like that. We just see the text and buy some of us. I mean Mary Mary Jo dark mode. WHO's heard of it dark mode mark mode translucence easy? That's what I'm going to do. It might notepad clone. Mary John GonNa make I'm GonNa make the text be translucent or or you can make dark dark to I want to do that. He asked we. Somebody asked me on twitter. Am I going to do a non Rivera's review of your notepad clone right now maybe maybe even just roll like So let's talk about this. Paul you've got Well I don't think I missed anything. Nothing there with with Windows ten or anything else that you wanted to talk about before we talk about Windows ten at platform. ABC Server. Okay so yeah because Microsoft also did Talk about the new version server. ninety-nine yesterday in their blog posts they actually talked about in two different blog posts and gave kind of conflicting information about it but yeah so one blog said nineteen o nine will be available from Azure Azure marketplace or the volume licensing service center In the coming weeks Then we have another blog posts. It said by either way server Wonder Server Let's see how they'd phrases Refresh update media media will be made available for updating to Windows Server. Nineteen O nine. But that doesn't we're talking about here and enablement package and how they will not make windows server available all through w sauce or the Microsoft update catalog. So it's a little bit confusing. How how exactly one exactly people are going to get window server but there is a window seven hundred ninety nine and it's I think even more of a minor update to nine hundred ninety nine the client is so I wonder if that's tied to something? Somebody asked me today. They had gone to the the windows. Ten Download Center expecting to get ninety-nine and they got nineteen. Oh three my response assume. They're going to release ninety-nine but actually you know we talk about one of the one of the Nice things about windows ten one of the Nice things about the update model they have with cumulative updates is that you know you buy Your laptop you're like marriages laptop. Let's let's pretend it was manufactured in July was probably much more recent than that but it does matter so four or five months have gone by she vise it she plugs it in connection to the internet which he turns it on for the first time and goes to check for updates. Basically you're only going to have a handful of updates gonNA have like the monthly you live update which is again cumulative from all the months to come before you don't have to download this. Massive setup might have a few other things but you know there could be driver updates. It's you know whatever but by and large what you gotTa something pretty small. So because ninety-nine is a cumulative update you can make the argument that you buy the laptop you know again is still six months slater whatever it is. You're you're always gonNA have tonight. It's going to be nine thousand three like that's the version you actually get. Because Ninety nine is cumulative update it's just another one of those La. Aw I see so I can tell you know on that. Okay sure I. I know anything that makes sense. You know the answer is probably no we write that down. That's a good okay. So even though right now people are saying the version is showing as nine hundred eighty three. And maybe that will I would i. I would assume that's going to change at some point in one thousand nine and the reason it has to change is because technically Microsoft is calling this a feature pack and the reason that naming is important Korten is because of how long they will support it right so if they don't call it a feature packet won't be on the thirty month Support scheduled because yes sir I mean so because cumulus updates supportive for a different amount of time than the full feature releases are I believe so they are going to call this a feature release. It's GonNa to be you know on their life cycle page as a typical feature release even though it's more like a cumulative update and it'll be serviced and supported the same amount of time as a regular feature release. Okay well just when you thought it made sense. That's why we know now. One one more quick thing just about nineteen o nine. Every every time Microsoft is released.
"mary mary jo" Discussed on A New Direction
"Decide your future. It's available on Amazon. And it's absolutely a fabulous book and she's already said it's really three books in one and I really agree with her because this is not just a book about decisions. This is a book about. It is his book about decision. But it's not just that it's also about Success and future and being encouraged and understanding how you do what you do in this world and how you can become better at doing doing what you do. Dr I WanNa ask you something because I'm GonNa get a little psychologically Geeky here because you said in the book you said. Decisions are influenced by I prospect theory. This thesis was defined of course by doctors diversity in Conman so prospect theory demonstrates that person will adjust their risk risk taking behavior based on how a decision is framed. So talk to us a little bit more about how decisions are how prospect theory actually does influence our decisions. You know framing is something that we do all day Jay were always framing things up and walking through the door so it's really important that we take some responsibility or at least be aware of what it is that we're looking at. And what is the real question there. Because if we're not framing our decisions properly we we may be asking herself the wrong question therefore not taking ourselves square we want to go so reading about framing is really really important. In and I can't I can't Discount bad at all. That's that is a real thing people. Okay now how prospect theory. I don't know why this is but people really would rather avoid pain tain then gain pleasure and I. I am well aware of this for over twenty five years that people the things that they do they either are doing them to avoid pain or to gain pleasure and this theory that we're talking about really states that the human being is geared towards avoiding pain more than gaining pleasure. Well think about that for a moment it and realize that if you're doing that are you ever going to have pleasure or are you on on a path to mediocrity where you're constantly avoiding pain I I would really like to go for for the Gusto I would really like to you know gain pleasure where I can. I mean without obviously without hurting anybody when you say okay. That sounds almost selfish. But I certainly don't mean it that way I'm just saying if you're if you're choosing you you know where you're going to work your occupation your career your job. Whatever that is? Do you want to avoid pain or do you. You want to gain pleasure. This is eight hours a day. Do you want eight hours search for me for me. It's a lot more than eight hours about you. I know it's a lot more trust me. It doesn't end. You're probably like me. You take a break when you need to and then sometimes you find yourself working at two in the morning. We're getting up at three o'clock in the morning because you can't you can't your mind doesn't stop. Yeah no I get it. It's it's the passionate life if you when you when you really are excited. What about what you're doing? Sometimes you'd rather sleep but you're so anyway. Yeah I think I think we just need you to understand that we need to guide ourselves to where we WANNA go and setting some clear intentions and framing naming. Things correctly is really really important so we have to be cognisant. Are we really answering the question I mean. Here's here's a little example apple okay. Let's say your your friend is deciding whether he should marry get married to Mary. Mary Jo maybe he needs to be asking himself if he should be getting married because maybe he should not be getting married. Maybe he's he's not mature enough to make a lifelong commitment. So this is kind of what I'm saying with framing. You're you're sometimes not really seeing the question question that you need to be asking yourself and You know sometimes avoiding pain is taking a job that is going to pay you a certain amount of money but you're going to be miserable all day long and sometimes you might be better off doing something little bit riskier so that you could do something you really love and finding ways to maybe lower your expenses so that you know you can at we put yourself into this opportunity and give one hundred percent be happy about it. You'll probably end up making a lot more money that way. You see what I mean right. Yeah I do I think one of the things you know that you talk about. How and I've talked about this too and as I've talked around the DOT COM as I've spoken around the world and and as I coached clients is that as human beings and you make this point so clear? We have tendency to fear loss more than desire gain and so making fear a greater motivator than hope. And you know it's really. It's really interesting because I was thinking about this. From the standpoint of being if former collegiate athlete and beyond and I gotta be honest honest with you I hate losing more than I like winning the truth of the matter is i. I'm such a bad loser I really am and I. I know that because I hate I hate to lose. That intensity of losing is almost unbearable. Winning feels great. Don't get me wrong. Winning feels great. It's Awesome I. I love winning championships. I think it's fantastic but I gotta tell you man losing hurts and so there's a part of me that understands this that you know when it comes to you win as human beings we really do you know we will look at something. Go Man man this. Yeah you're right. This could be really good but who me and I could lose what got right now and that does become all of a sudden the motivator for some of the decisions that we make right right and you know I never really. We saw it about that in terms of myself. Because I really do use my own formulas the best I can Sometimes you may not have enough time to go through seven steps to do them perfectly but after you get used to a certain feeling you can use the intuition step step a little bit more and I think a lot of times. People don't even know really what they're listening to. Are they really listening to that. Really divine still small voice or are they listening to justification or or their ego and you know that's one thing that that that we need to get clear on because that's the difference between the right decision and the wrong decision there. There is no doubt about that but you know what you just really. We opened a little I just had a little self realization on my own there. I used to have season tickets to the LA Lakers for six years during checking Colby's rain over the NBA. And let me tell you when we would lose. I didn't like it winning winning. was everything three because when you're at a Laker game and you're starting with your people in intersection and you're having a great time and I'm telling you we stood up for every basket. We were so insane and you know just jumping out of our seats jumping out of our seats. It was like a little exercise class. We're just sit down stand up and it was. It was very powerful but I realized I really liked to win and when I do lose. I'm really good loser and I'm happy to see that other person win occasionally. Now if it's if some dirty you know that's another story but if it's fair fair hey I'm okay with it. I'm really okay with it. I really liked to win. Boy I like to win I do. I love winning. Oh Gosh winning is awesome awesome. I just know that I hate losing so bad. It will devoid of no yourself. It really is trust. Thanks for introducing me to that side of myself. I'm GONNA remember that Jay also awesome. I love that you know even even every now and then you know what they say right in the country Even blind bear catches a fish. And then I did that right there. So one of the things that you thank you so what are the things that you said. And I think it's a lost art is that we often use critical thinking. And and that's the Big One and that we oh yeah well you spent a great deal of time in this book but you can you talk about you know proactively skillfully. You know You know analyzing evaluating being clear rational disciplined Having got factual based analysis Purposefully Valuation Talk to us about critical thinking. What's why is that so important? Why is it such a lost art for us? Thanks thanks J.. I I have to say I think a lot of times. People think that logic is going to take them to the right Susan and so often we employ logic and it doesn't take us through the right decision because logic does not add head up in every direction. Logic is not enough and I'm probably shocking a few people by saying this right now because I know I know you've been thinking that logic is really great. You know you could. You can listen to what your friend tells you what you do. Or you can use logic and come up with a higher a quality of decision but if you WANNA high-quality decision. You're going to need to use more than that and and critical thinking. Oh my gosh. Gosh it's proactively and skillfully analyzing and evaluating information to reach an answer or conclusion and you know I. It's very disciplined it's People use logic. They use bottom up logic top down logic if you WANNA know all these as little distinctions They're they're all in the book and I don't want to waste the hour on it what I am saying there. There's actually a website. I don't know the people that run this website but I noticed that there is a website critical thinking dot com and Certainly I talk a little bit about critical thinking and how to how to really get your best decision when you're analyzing 'cause that is one of the steps of course but So often we we think that if if this is true then this must be true. Wow a Lotta Times. Not so logic is a little short. It doesn't give you everything you need so really learning how to think and you know I talk a little bit about About the Greek the ancient Chen Greek and how how critical thinking really comes from the word critic. Coast which means discerning judgments and standards under criterion which is standard. And so you want to use discerning judgment based on standards and logic is very very very short of that. So you're also you're also thinking about things from your own perspective when you come up with the decision and and I gotTa make this clear. This may be one of the most important things I say. You're right decision is not the same decision that I'm going to come up with because because when I give you the seven steps you're going to use the things that are important to you. You're not going to use the things that are important to doctors see. You're going to be doing your decision and when you're done you're GonNa have not my decision but your own but you can certainly only employ these things and they will work for you. I love by the way. We're talking with Dr Salman Scott. She is author of the book. You know decide your future and and the book is really is really three books and one because it's it's not just your future it's about your success assets about living your life to the fall living the life that you want to live living the life that you desire to live living the life. That's inside you that you don't even know his inside you but that she pulls out of you in this in this book and I have to tell tell you that I was really really loved the idea of you talking about critical thinking because I don't think we spend enough time really really really being critical about what how we think and how we start making those decisions and yeah we can use logic and then we can go the opposite way right we can get overly emotional about our decisions but there's problems there right absolutely we have to. You know I love of what you said at the beginning of the show. We have emotions in that makes us human. And it's it's good stuff but if you can't control your emotions oceans then I believe you are emotionally immature and so we have to develop.
"mary mary jo" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Kennedy was assassinated in nineteen sixty three and Robert Bobby Kennedy was gunned down in nineteen eighteen sixty eight all of a sudden there was only Ted Kennedy who had been expelled from Harvard for cheating and had a criminal record for reckless is driving Ted worked to make himself into the kind of man who could truly honor the Kennedy name by nineteen sixty nine it was widely assumed from that he would make his first bid for the presidency against incumbent Richard Nixon in nineteen seventy two but then chappaquiddick happened July Eighteenth nineteen sixty nine was supposed to be a day of Reunion in celebration. Ted organized denies a reunion of the six boiler room girls former staffers of Robert Kennedy's presidential campaign. Mary Jo was among these women. The day I saw the attendees partake in a boat race and a barbecue before retiring to a rented cottage on Chappaquiddick island to continue the party our first conspiracy Chrissy theory concerns a time discrepancy in the official account of what happened on the night of the eighteenth. Could it be possible that there really was a missing kissing our intense account the theory of the missing our comes primarily from Deputy Sheriff Christopher look who was on the roads on Chappaquiddick after midnight on the night of the incident recall according to Ted Kennedy's testimony. He left the party at around eleven fifteen pm. He encountered Mary Joe on his way out. She told him she was not feeling well and asked him to give her a ride back to her hotel. Chappaquiddick is not a large patch of land. It would have been only about two miles from the cottage to the ferry that would have taken Ted's car to the mainland and it was only one mile from the cottage to the bridge where Ted ultimately crashed his car given the Ted believed he was driving at a speed of around twenty miles per hour. It should should've been mere minutes between when he drove off from the Party and when he crashed the deputy sheriff looks account paints a different picture that night look had been working at a dance in the Yacht Club at Martha's vineyard he was there until after midnight and then made his way across the narrow channel to return to his home on Chappaquiddick island according to look he was approaching chappaquiddick roads one main intersection intersection the same intersection where Ted Kennedy would later claim to have made a wrong turn when he spotted a dark four door sedan pulled over at the side side of the road looks headlights made it clear that a man was driving in the woman was sitting in the passenger seat look assuming that the driver and passenger may debut lost got out of his vehicle and approached it but as he got close the car lurched into gear and barreled on down Dyke road toward toward dike bridge this was at twelve forty in the morning nearly an hour and a half after Kennedy had left the Party with Mary. Mary Jo Look didn't commit the cars full license plate to memory but he did remember that it contained in l. and two sevens after the bazaar encounter look continued down Chappaquiddick road and encountered some of the party guests outside the cabin he asked if any of them knew about about a black sedan. None of them could confirm whether it belonged to Kennedy even though most of the people at that party likely knew the Kennedy had arrived in a block four door oldsmobile but there are two facts that connect a car that look had seen with Ted Kennedy's car won won Ted Kennedy's license plate number was L. Seven eight Dash Two oh seven it contained in l. and two sevens just like look described ascribed more damning is the fact that look was one of the first responders on the scene when the car was discovered and pulled from the water on the morning of July nineteenth eighteenth at the scene he noted that he had seen that same car the night before if look really saw Kennedy's car that would mean a full ninety minutes passed between when Kennedy left the Party was Mary Jo and when he crashed his car off dike bridge this naturally leads.
"mary mary jo" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"The result of a mistake in item value and opportunity a relationship life is a series of decisions many of them binary each one offering potential paths that fate may take us down. Every action has an effect every choice a consequence and sometimes in the rarest of occasions a person is is presented with a life or death choice that will come to define them. That was the case for Senator Ted Kennedy in the summer of Nineteen sixty-nine on Chappaquiddick Island in Massachusetts though the official account of what happened that night is somewhat muddled. The facts are as follows late at night after a party Kennedy set off down Chappaquiddick road in his oldsmobile with him was Mary Jo Kopechne acne a former campaign staffer for the recently assassinated Robert Kennedy. There was an accident. The car hit a barrier and flipped over into the water. Ted Got out and survived but Mary Mary Jo was left trapped in the car. Ted Kennedy did not inform the police about the accident until ten hours later when the car was recovered in Mary. Jo's body was found inside the initial reaction Ocean from the divers was that she hadn't actually drowned she'd suffocated and if Ted Kennedy had called the police immediately she may still be alive today. Welcome to conspiracy theories apar- cast original every Wednesday we dig into the complicated stories behind the world's most controversial events in search for the truth. I'm Carter Roy and I'm only Brandenburg and neither of us are conspiracy theorists but we are open minded skeptical and curious. Don't get US wrong long..
"mary mary jo" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"So you impact you on the back. Mary Joe, this is this is the solution. Mary Jo came up with right because when we discussed this the point of to update so year to feature updates here as being too much, you know, my Christmas by thing. And again, I'm trying to be reasonable. She was more reasonable, which is not unusual. I it seems like once a year would be more than enough frankly with the understanding they would never do that. And so Mary Mary Jo solution was treated like the old are two days and server where you'd have a major update once a year the first half of the year in this case. And then the second update would be basically about fit and finish and bug fixes, and so forth, almost like a service pack, really, it's like you. It's a big accumulative update for the past six cumulative updates or whatever. And that's a great solution. Honestly now the question is will they ever go so far as to say that because? Are they will catch it? And just say, you know, what they're both equal and ones on a big one and not once not a small one. There's they're both equal. They're both. Excellent updates and you should take both of them. But if you think about what they did with education and enterprise customers so late last year, they changed the window of support. So that everybody running windows, ten enterprise education gifts thirty months of support but only on the H to release right? One known to be more. You know, a better fit and finish and more reluctance, right? Yeah. Yeah. So so we're thinking what they're gonna do is they're going to say the H one releases from now on are going to be where we introduce new features. They're supported only for eighteen months. They are going to be where all the change and uncertainty happens. And then by the time, you get the H to release will have ironed out a lot of these problems and enterprises should feel totally okay. About just taking them because they've had all this time the bake, and they're not going to be some major disruptive force the this loins up so perfectly. It makes so much sense. It's just you know, they're never gonna do this. But it in in. Here's here's another way that this makes tons of sense beyond the obvious. When you think thinking more about the consumer end of the market right in the past in windows, ten through the end of last year. We had an update that wasn't the first half of the year, but was really in March. Right. It was like March release, right? The way the September release and by release really mean just finish the code. It. Kind of comes out the next month. Last year at some point. They started changing the naming on these things and so nineteen three became nineteen H one meeting first half of the year, which gives you this kind of extra wiggle room through the end of June. Right. They've already used some of it. They're calling this update. The may update right in the past. This would have been the April update their ODI kind of extending it out a bit. But regardless of that when you think about something that comes out in September and really comes out in October. And really doesn't get on new peas until November December January whatever you're missing the entire back to school holiday selling season. Which is the big thing for individual sales of PC's. But when you're doing it in the first half of the year, that's the stuff that's going to be on those back to school PC's which start coming out in June, by the way or on the holidays computers, which died entering the market in September. This makes total sense for that. It makes total sense, especially when you kind of drift the schedule out a month to you know, they'll be able to make announcements in may and June now about the computers you're gonna be buying in the summer and in the early fall for back school for the holiday selling season. It makes tons of sense because this late year thing, you know, the eighty nine being the last one aside from the delays, which by the way meant it didn't really come out until December right in December. It was never making.
"mary mary jo" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"C. A big fan of. Mary Jo Copeland in my mind is a Saint. I gave you care any Sharon hands every year among the tax coming in. A lot of people really enjoyed the interview. I'm on the website more text here making a contribution. I'm nearly in tears here work. The woman is a Saint. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Mary Mary Jo is Saint what a person. And a lot of other positive comments about what Mary Jo does a lot of us Lindsay think about different times when we do donate last week. We spent an entire day from six to seven with the show is talking about another remarkable place union gospel mission and through the help of listeners primarily sponsorship. The those of us in the air just telling stories in vain we raised well over with three hundred thirty some thousand dollars. There are a lot of great places. You know, it's it's not like it ends with Mary Jo Copeland. This is just one that. Touch my heart decades ago, I've told this story before but I'll share it again. This is when Kathleen and I were married, Kathleen. As a very kind person, and she wanted to volunteer and help out and she decided she was going to go to Sharon and Karen hands. And I go to work and do we're doing our day at some point. I'm I'm home, and she puts these keys down and goes, what are these? I got no idea. She was. Yeah. I went there one day and the game of the keys to the whole place. That's how much they trust you. If you're willing to help out they'll let you come in. And any point you want to let you lock up they just trust trust you so much. Right. So I think a lot of it would give to the max day was last week in a huge amount of money was raised. I mean, do people think of thanksgiving as a day? To donate. Obviously, the the love of family and friends and the start of the holidays. Yeah. I think we the way holidays have developed over the years people think of thanksgiving as kind of the beginning of the holiday season. You know, we've got black Friday. We've got you know, that's kind of the shopping starts. And I think for a lot of people. That's when you start to get into the idea of. How hard it would be to be without a loved one or to be in a bad situation around the holidays right now as we say a lot with the union gospel mission. We still have a lot of people who think will that will never be me. And for a lot of you will not be you. But. Life is anything but predictable and many times it has nothing to do with our actions. Sometimes it has to do with our actions. Whatever it might be you want to have great selfless people who are shrewd and smart and kind in effective in what they do who not only help you out in the short term, but gets you position for the long term, and Mary Jo Copeland is a part of that and has been for for decades and decades and decades in highschool for national Honor Society, we have to do volunteer hours, and they were probably some ridiculously low number like ten. Like, volunteer hours, and as a high school student, you just kind of Goth at it. It was just like the biggest number in the world. And I remember being so annoyed. I have to get up early on a Saturday, and we drove up to Minneapolis, and it was cold. But let me tell you. There is nothing better than a healthy dose of perspective. And we got to spend the entire day playing with these children who stay at Mary's house and my goodness. Going back to your comment about you know, you never know who might need that who might need a place like sharing and caring hands or a place like union gospel, mission, sympathy and empathy in this world. Go along way. Yes. Thirty four pass to traffic weather news, when we return it all starts with just one thing.
"mary mary jo" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"And actually they are included i'm sorry to say we get it about later you can find that to tv slash live if you do that join us in the chat room i r c dot twit dot tv nice bunch of people in there and six percents is not high alcohol that's that's ab stroller of a beer but it's almost it's pretty light for stoute's tend to be lighter which is your typical lager you know american beer six percents plus it's breakfast i should explain it you're not gonna guzzle a sour enough going to like be like ilet me down like a gallon this very poem poem mary mary jo jo are responding to the chat room paul's hearing voices in his head team and every day you up paula respond to you as if you're a voice in his head twits evey you can also hey we should have app dot com are you gonna do that i hope not i don't know i wanna do a twit pwa that's my goal that's taking all these programming class my end end of the yellow brick road way down there yeah let's see you can also get the show on demands you don't have to watch it live you can go to tweet that tv slash w w or wherever you get your podcast including youtube and find the show their subscribe that we get it every week won't miss a single one lays gentlemen thank you for joining windows weekly we will see next week thank you paul thank you very.
"mary mary jo" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast
"Who've a mess or forty is also a bit oh boy but now i have a charger to it was georgios alone safety is that one hundred three hundred wait a minute wait wait a minute walking no my fits 'some relevant how you argue in a cave this matt at trout why because my fall was on the charger vets that charge your counted at one hundred my phone is not on on your birthday he won the no check case adds another one hundred two hundred twenty four percent right now and i don't feel comfortable i'm at forty percent but that should have no relevance because i was charged joe is always either in his car or in his house nicolas hoult never normandy to now where one hundred mall is where mall is don't give madda outlet out in about unfinished all right let me term check might check one chew wind chill mary mary jo i don't know what anybody is saying with check this out and the commission miles yet what you want your minds yet one two is the meal jeremy of the israeli army unveiled but his guy joan morning ask pa may rory then you says more of what you enemy my phone i'm going to get bridge it you send bridge at the wrong answer no i did not the same address bridge you've got is the same one might well we're used to get me here it was to address that you were given a law secular i might but i'm not there for one two one two two joe biden blog gareth we are back in luxury in 33 i'm your host joe button in my life is rory to my right is more across from me as parks you rauris left is savan and church avant right is that you're right is brian chau left listen man don't children uh is brian jet out jr youtube viewership shed out decrease who could that be here because of my incompetence.
"mary mary jo" Discussed on KGO 810
"In a like what he's doing allegd like brown is getting stronger the older he gets health he's got to be gave representatives eighty air and so zina feinstein's in her eighties i like that i lay i mean i said before i think that feinstein only seventy nine there you go not even eighty eddie data linda ronstadt back in said he was like a rockstar the guys had an amazing life and has ever been anything really untoward about his no right i mean he's always the you know he's like he's kept him as he bachelor now raise not merit if i'm not mistaken move browns you mary mary jo i thought he get none of ends his life oh i jerry as i did not know all right martin scorsese is wining a bit about rotten tomatoes because he doesn't like the way it comes at he says it debases art yes a point but he's also wrong and our josh portal join us we'll talk about that just puertas arf movie critic the hates movies he'll be with us in just a second hearing jio cagey traffic that you'll not a body traffic desk accident in san bruno northbound what a cent brutal avenue of vehicle is the sign there plenty of problems southbound though redwood city the accident south down 101 north woodside couple of cars may still be in the right lane there also an injury crash of the motorcycle earlier south 101 at marsh it's slow back at us san carlos anyway and then in mountain view new accident south down 101 north shore shoreline they're both over the shoulder no injuries there had a motorcycle accident in livermore he's 580 before vasko it slowed a couple of stretches all the way from castro valley after the scene and a new accident in alamo south on six eighty south of stone valley road that when the is over to the shoulder if you're heading out of san francisco jam starts right round says hershovitz through split at all these bounce guy way after the lower deck of the baybridge abroad rajoub i hope services as the year comes.
"mary mary jo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On arsenal's telephone lines spectrum enterprise phone line spectrum enterprise in nationwide provider scalable fiber network services and managed cloud solutions is the lady from william and mary mary jo white within an esteemed career in law was selected to take over the hurting of cats at the securities and exchange commission she did that for colored for years she's thirty i chair of the securities and exchange commission attorney wait joins us now chairman wonderful to speak to you this morning when you were making light talk about the sec now what is your biggest worry great to be the biggest worry promenade well getting a job banners what what happened in the way of resources i mean you know clearly an issue that you know one you know to you to worry about it i make sure that the that underlie our chronic markets uh really work seamlessly felt that a lot of time i do not mccain when i was care one of the issues in we've seen it within our bloomberg reporting is the budget agassi b o is going to come out with healthcare analysis to the president dropped budget i saw one democrats under who took a photo of twitter of the new budget in the waste basket how is the budget of eur sec did you leave the sec with depleted organization well the comparatively treated quite well by congress the appropriators but like i think most of the financial regulators that are felt pundit unlike the federal banking regulators with ourself bided really significantly under resource for early very vast array of responsibility congress has given the hey oh comparative comparatively good shape on i laugh but still significantly underresourced when i look at what you do so many people look at the sec is the police officer a bad people with in the financial system of the united states in the considered opinion is if the bed people are bad they're gonna be bad they're going to do bed things nothing mary jo white wider arthur levitt or anybody else is going to do about it what did you learn about going after bad people running the sec i have been in business before he went to turning as well and i had pain in the criminal powers i mean look i mean it is here you know all three main cop and it needs to be very strong cop that doesn't mean.