35 Burst results for "Mccomb"
"mccomb" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips
"You're listening to the daily sales tips. Podcast and i'm your host scott ingram. Today's tip brings some levity from matt. Mccomb matt is the current. Vp of business development for dingus zazai. An unlimited marketing department based in edmonton map believes sincere relationship. Building and being yourself paves the way to sail success. He's also quite proud of himself for getting me to say. Dingus on this podcast. Here he is that you can hang or for more options. He lets you on a city so he was my number. Call me again. It's mccomb from being used. So he's my number coming again. It's four nine four nine for this. Is man coming five. Seven four nine for mrs this. You're listening to mornings. Vr called me back radio lawsuit. Meghan for links to follow dingus on lincoln and on instagram. Where they're planning a regular series of musical voicemail. Mondays just click over to daily sales tips forward slash nine sixty five and that really was matt's number if you want to literally call or text him once you've done that be sure to come back tomorrow for another great sales tip that may or may not involve singing. Thanks for listening..
PRO TALK With Remodeler Mike Patterson
"Welcomes the fine home building. Pro-talk podcast a regular discussion with building industry professionals. This is senior editor. Patrick mccomb today on joined by remodeler. Fine homebuilding contributor. J elsie live presenter and russian motorcycle rider mike patterson. We're going to have to talk more about that later right man. It's really nice to have you on the show. We've known each other for years going back to jail. See live in 'oughts. Yeah what's it's great to have you. Thanks for doing this. can you. please tell me what you do Your remodeler gaithersburg maryland. For a long time. Can you talk about your business. Food clients are. What kind of projects did that kind of stuff. So we are our small shopowners myself from the office so And i had gone. It'll show we do much work to do. I was eating nine. You presented work. You do is spur for architects architect. Really work as one outlay Smart work is designed not And so i worked with her any for twenty years A lot of words you get. I worked holdouts belts for almost two years ago. What made you put your tolls down. Was it physically or was it some other reason about I'm sixty seven now. We'll be twenty seven shortly so wearing belsen at long just takes toll on you. Back of neck out and But also just sort of the point where. I was kind of limited in what i could do. I had had some is in years prior to the crash at work yourself always using yes
Egyptian President al-Sisi to meet President Macron
"French president emmanuel macron has said. He won't make sales of weapons to egypt conditional on its human rights record. He said he didn't want to weaken egypt's capacity to fight. Terrorism in the middle east missing. Mccomb was speaking after talks president. Abdel fattah el sisi. He's on a state visit to franz. Let's tell us more. I'm joined by the journalist reef michelson and regular monocle commentator on egypt and the middle east. Welcome back ruth. Good morning morning. This is quite an astonishing statement and td place it in the context of just how important egypt's for when it comes to french military expert Incredibly important between twenty thirteen and twenty seventeen. france was egypt's largest weapons exporter. They have sold them all kinds of things including rafael jets and unfortunately surveillance equipment that has been used against all kinds of people including likely peaceful activists and ngo workers so they're an enormously important partner and macron's decision to say that none of this will be conditional and to speak in that way also is quite the contrast to the changing tide that we're seeing over in the united states right now you watch the speeches. Delivered by monsieur macron abdel. Fattah el sisi. Yesterday was the tone of them I did watch them. And i feel that you know macron had this tone where he started everything that he said about human rights and human rights when he was speaking. Didn't really get much the look in. He answered some questions about it when he was pressed by a reporter from radio. France as well But every time that he spoke about human rights which he did as a sort of bowing to pressure that he's had to say that he had to mention it which we've seen every time. cc. His visited paris everytime macron mentioned. This he sort of couched it in terms of talking about extremism and talking about fighting terrorism Which of course is very much. His domestic policy at the moment And frankly watching. This felt like something of a failure in the sense that you know the cdc regime in egypt justifies pretty much everything it does in terms of fighting terrorism even when potentially they're doing the exact opposite most of the political prisoners that we're talking about That are in custody today in egypt. Detained on terrorism charges. Human rights defenders have been detained on terrorism charges. So it you know. It doesn't really playing into cici's hands when you frame everything that's happening in terms of fighting terrorism because it gives him get out cools indeed. I mean we have human rights. groups are saying that emmanuel macron effectively indulging the egyptian president. Here what -solutely. I mean I frankly speaking after. I watch those speeches yesterday. I was thinking you know. It's emmanuel macron getting played or is this part of his agenda. But it certainly i mean. Was he set taupe stage where he could just say. Well we're not really listening to Those particular concerns with all focus on the party sellers to weapons. And we're going to move on now. So i mean see at one point said It's not appropriate to present egypt as an oppressive state given all it does for the region and that also is something that chimes with what macron said which is. Well you know egypt. We've discussed are concerns with egypt. But they're going to be important for us in terms of regional issues such as libya where there isn't actually necessarily proof. The egypt is a good partner in libya. But the one thing egypt is they're not The enemies with the one in turkey And you know that is macron's also new chosen regional rival so it's it's almost as though he's decided that because he's going to spa with duan which never goes well. But you know he's going to have to back one's opponent just as a bit about this actually does for my new macron's reputation both domestically but also how other world leaders might see him as as welcoming someone with human rights record which is questionable. As you've just described. I think that's a good question. I mean the key question in terms of how other world leaders will see. This is Certainly how the eu will see it because he you has been very critical of egypt I think perhaps somewhere like italy might be more on board with what macron has even though. There's you know that's been a contentious relationship. Because both france and italy have taken a similar line which is to say The you know there's abuse in egypt. We have to deal with them because libya because of racist concerns about migration and wanting to stop migration into europe but also at the same time You know the incoming biden administration has made quite clear that you know. In biden's words there will be no blank checks for trumps favorite dictator in reference to cece. So whether this will how much of a contrast that will be biden's actually sworn in is quite a question but in the meantime thought to el-sisi gets to gets absolutely gets his son with this. It was i mean. It's getting to see the red carpet rolled out for someone that is jailing. Thousands of people The way the level of press freedom the level of freedom of expression is at historically bad levels not just for egypt but for the region and for the world as a whole and it is really a question brought does macron. Get out of this. What's the benefit other than maybe on sales but it's it's really hard to tell where the benefit is to macron and where the real benefit is to his agenda Watching that kind of warm. Welcome for somebody as credibly accused of human rights abuse ruth michelson. Thank you very much as ever for joining us on multiple twenty four
The final countdown: What to expect on Election Night
"Tonight we are on the cusp of one of the most uncertain election outcomes in recent history after the most heated campaign season in memory the pandemic and the economy are defined the candidates closing arguments to an electorate that's extremely polarized but also energized more than ninety three million. Americans. have already cast their ballots. We could see one, hundred, fifty, million Americans vote this time. That's never happened before president trump in five battleground states today all once he took four years ago now. Fighting to keep them telling supporters a quote. Great Red wave is coming former vice president Joe Biden campaigning in Michigan yesterday with former President Obama trying to rebuild the Democrats Blue Wall of Rust Belt States Pennsylvania is the most important of them. Biden is in all three there today a new ABC News Washington Post poll from Pennsylvania Shows Biden with a seven point lead but the president is promising a come from behind victory. We have reports from both campaigns and from key battleground states and ABC's White House correspondent. Rachel. Scott leads us off in Detroit Michigan. Tonight president trump in an all out push five rallies in five states he needs to win again to stay in the White House vote the big thing you gotta go Tuesday the president, predicting a tremendous election day turnout and today his campaign advisor Jason Miller falsely suggesting votes counted after election date would be illegitimate if you speak with many smart Democrats, they believe the president. Trump will be ahead on election night, and then they're going to try to steal a back after the election Democrats have argued in court that ballots postmarked by election date should be counted. Many state laws allow that but president trump continues to insist a winner must be declared that night. We should know the result of the election on November third the evening of November third. That's the way it's been, and that's the way it should be. But the reality though news organizations often project winners on election night the final tallies in each state aren't certified for days. If not weeks more Democrats tend to vote early than Republicans and officials say those early votes may take some time to count in key states like Michigan that could. Decide the election and it's more important that we get a count that as accurate. Then account that is fast and might not be accurate. The president started his busiest day on the trail yet here in Michigan State that was decided by just under eleven thousand votes in two thousand, sixteen, two days from now, we're going to win the state of Michigan again. In Washington township in crucial mccomb county, the line started hours before he arrived cars bumper to bumper waiting to get in overflow parking nearby cornfield. He is the one and only guy that has had the guts to stand up for what this country was based on just afternoon the president was off to his second stop Iowa. And their signs it will come through for him. Again, trump holding a seven point lead over Joe Biden, and the latest demoing register poll were very happy with Iowa. Thank you very much. But nearly every national poll. The president is behind in recent days even. It could you imagine losing to this guy? Could you imagine on defense in his final blitz stopping in? North Carolina, Georgia and Florida to over and over again, the president downplaying the coronavirus rounding the turn on a pandemic we're rounding the corner. But after the nation had a single day record in corona virus cases, Dr Anthony Fauci warning the country is in for a whole lot of hurt in the coming months telling the Washington Post, you could not possibly be position more poorly.
Jay Beever, Embraer, and Designing Luxury
"Jay. You're an interesting guy because your proof that talent and innovation can cross pollinate different professional fields. But let's start at the beginning talk about cars. Where'd you start such a fun story? I. Think there is something that can benefit a lot of people because sometimes we have a mentality that we can't do something if we're not trained or degreed in a certain skill set in that regard I always had a dream of being a car designer automotive designer it started because of my own Ed Richter and his wife k they own studebaker. Rare student bakers like the Rock, any Newt Rodney the famous Nordic football coach and that particular studebaker in thirty two and thirty three head a version with a rumble seat. The back of the seat would open up and you can sit back there. Well, he owns one original condition. They still drive it to this day and I remember as a child going to their home and peaking in the garage and not only was the rock. Ni there. But hiding around the corner three cars wide a commander in another student bigger from thirty three in disheveled but yet al capone gangster looking. Need to be restored in the Shadows Bee's, and it was inspiring and he has since restored that commanders well, beautiful cars that led to a journey of understanding Raymond lowy and his influence with the star liner and and everything else that he did outside of automotive everything from the coke bottle two steamships, the example of cross industry designed capability, and how they can learn from each other. So those automobiles and being so enthralled with the shapes and forms and the mysterious nature of them. Of course, because they are stuck in a garage was always a thrill being in the big three capital. Detroit suburbs knowing some ankles at work for the car companies and my mother worked for crain communications and she was a key line artists which was related graphic design page layout for making magazines back before digital publishing back when we had use razor blades and wax I've got some razor blades stories she would come home that's the articles in the early days of graphic storytelling, pie charts, and that stuff before the Mac really did it well, for us I got to watch all that and it was all related automotive interesting thing was like billing model airplanes World War Two model airplanes. Give me a B seventeen, b twenty, nine, b twenty, four I would recommend them get another kit and build it again, sometimes melt holes in the side of the single to a bottom of. So aerospace was like the carnal thing inside waiting to come out, but it was going to be cars. So I did I ended up in the car business I used to take my mom's take from those key lining page layout days with exacto blades in Pinstripe, my nine hundred and fifty seven Chevy matchbox car, and that was six years old playing with exacto blades if you can imagine that. Better than matches I guess. But maybe not much. Those, always stayed with me. So from graphics, you can make something look different to designing a car. All of this is really about transportation design being thrilled with things that move. So that was kind of the start of it, but I couldn't afford Zion College I would have loved to have gone to CCS, I spent a couple of summer classes in graphic in other types of designs like pottery, Constanza, pottery as. A kid but it's learning POW powdery Auto Detroit on the why am I being exposed to this? But then there's incredible community college in mccomb county they're outside Detroit and they had a great drafting program. My opportunity to get into the big three was through drafting go. This is great. Fell in love with in high school, and now I can have a career doing this. So went into drafting CAD design hired. At Ford, Motor Company in Nineteen ninety-three as an intern doing cad purity aided design drafting and three D. modelling, and that's when that stuff was really just coming on board it used to be guys had to draw. So you were at the forefront of that new technology in many ways going back to the drawing real quick I think the thing that helps the most even to this day is understanding what A. French curve can do and a large spine. One of my projects at the college was to create an body car, GM car body side, and three different views, projecting the points in three different orthographic views and make the arc continuously perfectly smooth accelerated curves were necessary in all of us so that you could inevitably put that on aluminum plates that was a hard way to go but it was fun. So then. We get into Ford and they had their own homegrown computer system called the PG S and that was done on these lundy tubes that were tube TV's really with light pens and we stroke the light pens on the screen and rotate things around, and there's a little keyboard tracking our time talk about ours disappear quickly when you're building things I couldn't have thought I could of ended in a better career exam. Making something from nothing into three D. and having it show up on the road someday. So I really liked that approach to design design engineering though I hadn't had the opportunity to actual industrial designer transportation design school like you'd find in Pasadena Arts Center or
Robinhood has lured young traders
"And selling stocks on the smartphone. App Robin Hood has become incredibly popular this year especially since the covert pandemic started and there are a few possible reasons why I of everybody's home and has lots of spare time that's got to be part of it maybe. Also, of course, you know, maybe people had a little extra money to invest because so many restaurants and shops were closed also, maybe people sense an opportunity to buy stocks cheap when the stock market collapsed in the first month of the pandemic, whatever the reason Robin Hood announced recently that the amount of money, it makes people trading on its APP doubled in the second quarter of the year two, one, hundred, eighty, million dollars. It's a lot of traits. In the hood is also become kind of famous for the clever ways that it entices people to use. It's apt to and sell stocks. So Digital Confetti or some other animation might fall across the screen when you first deposit money into the APP, we are simple. Take away from that hard to get us in here. Yeah. And Robert also offers free stocks to people who sign up for a trial run into people who convince others to sign up. James. mccomb is twenty five lives in Long Island. New York he is a big robinhood user and there are several things he likes about Robin, Hood's design and how simple and seamless it is to keep track of what's happening for any company. He is interested in it's a great APP for easy information almost like a news feed but for stocks plus the Robin Hood. Shows a ranking the most popular stocks that other robinhood traders have been buying which. You know my convince new traders to join the party James. HIMSELF INVESTED MONEY IN UBER stock partly because it was number one on Robin Hoods popularity ranking I can kind of get a little bit of a sense of confidence like okay. People believe in this company because it's literally number one on the list currently James is what is known as a retail trader, which is basically anyone who buys and sells stocks for their own personal account not a professional investor who manages other people's money. In this year, it is retail traders like James who've really thrown themselves into the stock. Market. Because the US stock market has gone up in recent months, even hitting a new record high last week a lot of these retail traders have made quite a bit of money lately but other, maybe some reasons to worry that. So many retail traders have started buying and selling stocks using APPs like Robin Hood I would say two parts worried one part. Happy. This is Colin camerer. He's a behavioral economist at Caltech and he has studied the ways that people invest in the stock market collinses. One good thing about Robin Hood is it by making it so? Easy to start buying stocks. It might get people invested in the stock market who otherwise might never have bothered at all, and this can also help people learn more about how specific companies operate into to better understand how the economy works. Especially these days the digital age when it's so easy to find useful information. You know there's a lot of stuff under the hood, the economy, and it'd be good if people knew more about that and they may learn some by just buying selling shares of a particular stock and learning about what boards of directors do. You know how companies actually operate conn said, he was only one part happy and two parts worried about Robin Hoods popularity with retail traders. So here's why he's worried if there is one conclusion that the research about financial markets keeps arriving at again and again it's the individual traders who actively try to pick specific stocks buying stocks. They think we'll go up selling the stocks I think we'll go down are very likely to underperform the overall stock market and this does not just apply to retail traders it also applies. To professional money managers over the last five years eighty, two percent of mutual funds that tried to pick stocks underperformed the overall stock market, which means that most people are just better off investing in what they call an index fund that just tracks the performance at the stock market goes up and down with it over time and Collins says, retail traders are also vulnerable to psychological by sees lead them to make bad decisions when they invest especially, if they don't understand the risks that they're taking if you're buying somebody's selling. And you have to be confident that you're buying from someone who knows less than you about the future of the. So one of the elements in in retail trading is overconfidence. Everybody thinks they're above average also confetti. And? Just. Sucks right in. plus people fall victim to what's known as the disposition effect which makes people sell stocks that have gone up a little too soon missing out on making even more money people have a tendency to sell toxin went up and we think it's because there's a special kind of. Realization utility from actually locking gain and clicking and like seeing in your bank account. From your portfolio numbers on the screen into your bank account or something like would. So people so winners too soon and similarly they tend to hang onto losers typically in a kind of blind faith that it's GonNa Bounce back making these kinds of trading mistakes something that happens when people are actively and frequently buying and selling stocks, and of course, the ROBINHOOD APP is designed to get people to do just that and Robin Hood's business model actually depends on it.
NBA Players, Owners Meet To Discuss Plan Of Action
"Get back on track WHOA Jeez here. Thankfully to tell us what might happen here. Obviously, it's a fluid situation Adrian. I. Guess. The first thing we want to ask you is, what are we expecting today like what is going to happen today meeting Liz I have no idea what's going to happen today guys yesterday was. A remarkable day and one that I don't think any of us who cover the NBA. WHO Who've covered sports and and in my generation Bo forget but to set the table for today. The players having eleven am meeting here in the bubble. And the owners have a board of governors call at the same time. I'm pulled eleven am obviously that'll be done virtually and so simultaneously, those two groups we'll be meeting and the players. I think after a night, it was an emotional day. It was an emotional meeting they had. With most of the players in the bubble coaches were there last night there came a point where? The players asked the coaches to leave so they could hash it out amongst themselves. The teams I was told broke up into groups. and then they're going to continue that conversation this morning but I mean what's at stake is simply This season and are the players as a group going to decide to move forward. Continue the playoffs by all indications that the three games that are scheduled today. Not. Going to be played, the League hadn't officially. announced it but every indication we got in the last night regardless of what they decide moving forward that those three games later in the day. Wouldn't be played, but the players have more to work through and talk through. And consider a lot of different. Consider a lot of different scenarios. And and ultimately consequences of what it would mean to shut this bubble down. You're there in the bubble woes and you could get and I just WanNa know like what is what's the feeling is like does feel like NAM empty and just spooky and? What's that feeling like? I. Think the last several days keyshawn. and. You could feel a building you could watch on I think you guys could watch. On television and and read what people are saying and see. The interviews with George Hill and Fred Van Vliet. and. The emotion that players were carrying. Since the shooting of Jacob Blake earlier. In the week. And how that resonated not just all over the country. But here. and. On top of the emotion and Guys have been here a long time and it wears on you and guys miss families guys feel. At times like their captive in this place it I get it. It's a resort like I. Don't mean to. It is a resort and I get it and. All of us are lucky to be able to work. In, this country right now and a lot of people can't but there is a cumulative effect about being away this long. And you add on top of that. the horrific nature of that shooting. Another in a series of them in years of decades. Of them a century of them and so. data impacted this place at impacted those inside. And It was a domino effect yesterday of once. The bucks made the decision to knock him out of the locker room and not play. And then how it impacted the other teams and lead to that meeting last night that was pretty rot times. The to La teams the LA clippers. The Lakers have two of the hour say most powerful voices in professional sports in Genie Boston. Steve, bomber what type of influence can they have on the rest of the NBA owners to get something done in favor of the players? It's a good question I think the question is. And I think what the players Were spending last night doing. And and previously, it's been an ongoing conversation here. But is there something and and I and I know in the meeting last I a lot of players. Disgusted I know CJ mccollum was who's an executive on the players committee or on the on the Executive Committee of the Players Association. mccomb the Blazers Jaylen Brown the Celtics war leaders. in the Union and top players in league talked about having a plan of action and the bucks in the locker. Room. In those hours after that they after they decided not to play. Working with their own ownership in Milwaukee to get on the phone the Attorney General of the Lieutenant Governor in Wisconsin to talk about ways to move forward. To try to impact. that. Particular case. In in their state in Kenosha. And so you saw players already beginning to do that yesterday now. How does that continue today? What what players are asking themselves I know what organizations are asking players when they got back to the rooms. Last my back to the hotels. What is the endgame if we don't play? One is that what is it that we wanNA accomplish outside of the bubble outside of this environment outside of the platform that you have right now to play. play NBA Games and speak to the world through. Through this. What does that look like and so I think that's all going to be part of the conversation today with the players and with the owners if they kinda reconnect after those two meetings.
Material Shortages, Paneled Ceilings, and To Vent or Not to Vent
"This is senior editor patron mccomb. Today I'm joined by Rob Watson digital brand manager. Hey. there. Kylie Jacques Design Editor. Hello. And producer. Jeff. Rose I. Well, it is a pleasure to see you all this morning. Thanks again for joining me. Pleasure. So I want to start off lending briefly Kylie someone commented on Itunes with regard to the podcast, and they said some very nice things many more about us. So you should definitely take a look at that. I want to encourage all of our listeners to please review the podcast it really helps us out both in terms to know that we're doing a good job and to help others find it. So if you do that for me, I would be super appreciative. That com that was dated on July twenty ninth but prior to that the most recent one was like the end of April. So. Get to. Work People. And thank you in advance I. Look At. Rob, what are you doing? What have I been doing? Well, you know. I. Keep talking about that Porch but kind of done with there's nothing new about. Other night other than last night i. just sat out there and enjoyed a glass of wine even though it's not completely done yet just sat there and watch the sunset. So drinking hooch on your new deck is the best thing ever. But actually the next project I'm not actually the next project because it's a big one is It's been so hot and Muggy lately that for years on and off have been like do do we want to pool problem is we're very particular about our garden and I would I would have wanted my daughter was little thrown up crappy pool in the backyard just to cool off but it doesn't fit into the. Landscape design apparently of our property. So So We've been totally disagree I went above ground. Pool absolutely. Fantastic. As. Long as I picked, the right would grain right? Well, I, I was going to get I was GONNA. Actually just plant some. Or Tall. Grass in front of it so that you know you can kind of hide it but the problem is I just don't have the space for that. So we've been talking about we've a narrow lot with a twenty foot setback from both sides and it's sixty feet wide. So that means we could just put something in the middle of our yard and there's not very many places to do that. We found this one garden bed that we're willing to take a chunk out of. And possibly dig in and put build a concrete soaking pool. So it's something that it's something that. Is Basically. Yeah. Basically, it's bigger than a hot TUB, but it's not something you can swim laps in. and. and. Probably. Even. Though seems kind of a bit labour-intensive thing. Probably do it with pouring slab in doing a block wall and plastering the block wall in doing stone coping in behind the why you think that sounds labor intensive. Well, actually I had. I had this great idea My. Daughter about how hard liens working on your property tactic. Even offered her a little bit more money than you're paying per hour. Maybe she could dig. Don't you dare? Rolling. So it would probably stick up about it would be right in the lawn. So probably stick up about sixteen inches out of the lawn with a stone top on it so that it would act like a garden benches well and Maybe That or not your own disaster at well, I've actually been just searching around for ideas on. Pinterest in elsewhere and phones mice examples have found some one example of some women in. The. Netherlands who built one by herself and his. All this cool stuff. All these cool details that she did is basically the same methods of construction and one of the coolest things was that Like well, this too small swim in this thing and those those jet pools you can swim in place or like thousands of dollars. While this woman bought thing, it's a it's a harness that you hook to some d rings in the corner of the pool and it doesn't same thing holds you back. Easy swam against this idea the harness. For A jet. You don't need a jet you swim in place to harness keep you from swimming forward You know I'll help dig thing if I can use it now on that. Okay. Sure to harness. Of wacky and honestly the Dickens give me really easy because. All the sand is going to be wheelbarrow downhill from the site and my my ground is all it's like a thirty. Patients one. GOING DOWNHILL My ground ground is all course sand. So a guy I dug a trench to my barn for conduct wants by hand and it was no big deal. Easy.
"mccomb" Discussed on WJR 760
"Can you Come Happy Tuesday? Everybody Welcome to our little Forum here, and it's always the lines are open at 1 808 590957 Whatever may be on your mind, What's on my mind this this afternoon is a A headline that I saw the Detroit News yesterday. And I guess his headlines go. It was a good one, because it certainly got my attention as a bit of information. It was a little lacking. McComb Sheriff's office won't sight mask order violators now that could leave the impression That Macomb County Sheriff isn't going to enforce the law north of business calls that that call will go unanswered. And I don't believe that's the case knowing Sheriff Anthony Wicker Shamus. I do and we invited him on to kind of help us build in the blanks. Good afternoon. Good afternoon guy. Thanks for having me on. Yeah, Let's wait. We can talk about what you won't do in a moment, but more importantly, let's talk about what you are doing. Business has a belligerent customer and out of concern for their employees and customers thing want to enforce the mass compliance If you get that call, what will your department do? And what will determine whether a mass complaint merits your attention? We will be there as soon as possible to handle that situation. The message that we wanted to get out to the citizens of the business community here in Macomb County, was that If an individual walks into a business and is not wearing a mask, we don't have the resources to handle every call. Right? And under the executive order. You know, the governor has in there that if businesses aren't enforcing the mask law, then there is a website in a number that citizens can call to report the business. We have taken the stance that we cannot go to every call Somebody walks into the business is not wearing a mask. The executive order that's put on the business to say, Could you wear a mask and it's not could you please Lee, But if the customer becomes belligerent, won't leave. We don't want the business owner the clerk to engage that individual comment 11 We will respond. We will de escalate the situation. We either get him to comply or we'll ask him to leave the store. Or if they refuse that, then we would take other enforcement action. That was the message that we wanted to get out to our business community into our community on how we were going to Enforce. This again came out on Friday afternoon. So we had the weekend and then Monday morning we had a staff meeting. We had to give direction not only toward dispatchers but our deputies. And how are we going to respond to this? Because we were looking at it that with thousands of businesses in our patrol area, if if everybody picked up the phone at the same time and said, I've got somebody in my store, with its not wearing a mask. We can't enforce it. And we can enforce, just like in law enforcement, whether it's a traffic ticket, a moving violation. Deputies and law enforcement officers have discretion. But when you read the order, it makes it seem that everybody that doesn't wear the mask then comes in contact with law enforcement automatically getting 500 are fine. And that's not the case either to this whole Cove it with all of the executive orders and different businesses. We've responded to many calls, and we've educated and we've asked for compliance. We've never had a problem. That we'll let you know, because I mean businesses have a right to do this. They have a right to refuse service to a customer is not wearing a mask. If they're concerned about protecting the health of their customers, and the employees and the executive order is clear. Businesses must refuse entry or service, not shell, but must refuse entry or service to those who were face covering, so they they're obligated to do this. They don't want to win currently liability here. And that is grand. And that's 100%. Yeah, and when, But when the When the news gets out that you're not enforcing this with a citation? Essentially the perception is then that you've taken the teeth out of the law. Are you worried that that might just encourage more noncompliance? No, You know that was a question to it. It's not compliant. This is our response. And I think this is the response from majority of the law enforcement community here in southeast Michigan Bill. I'm sure there's many police, she said. Either can't or won't go public and what their agencies they're going to do that Sheriff. We were receiving a lot of enquiries over the weekend. What's our stance? How are we going to respond to it? So at that point after we gave our staff some direction, we wanted to put out what we were going to do to the community. And and I think from there, you know, it just made it sound like I think sometimes is portrayed that I was going to go against the governor and you know, because I don't like the laws of the rules. But no. This is more of an operational issue on how the Macomb County Sheriff's office will respond to these complaints. It's expectation management, and I think that's a good thing that people know what to expect from the sheriff's department. Your colleagues next door. Mike Bouchard over in Oakland County, he was quoted as saying in the article or one of his raps was saying that 92% of the planes complaints that they have investigated against the mass quarter are unfounded. Have you experienced that too? And are you seeing a lot of complaints or just a few? You know, we haven't had many. And when I checked this morning The dispatcher said. We haven't had any complaints come in, and I don't know again. What our despair our deputy they're doing in the course of their actions if they're enduring businesses and what they see, But, you know, I was out yesterday to Goto several businesses. To get things and everybody was wearing a mask. So I I think that the information is out there. People are wearing them. But when the executive order came out, and it's $500 fine, you know, misdemeanor with no arrestable. Sanctions behind it. It's just very confusing, and there's the people that we know that believe everybody should be wearing mask. And if you're not wearing a mask, the police responding give you $500 ticket. But that's not how we operate, right? Not really quickly here. We have seen so much media attention on the protests. They've been daily for 45 days down to Detroit. Now there are some legitimate calls for reforms that we're talking about as well. But I think there's a larger story here that may be missed. And that is what kind of support are you seeing from your community? In the wake of all this? You know from the community. We're getting a ton of support. Um, just over the weekend, there was Ah, support rally And don't come on Clemens and end up in roller Romeo for law enforcement. The e mails that are coming through people in the community, you know, support the Macomb County Sheriff's Office. We've always been open. We've been transparent. And we want to engage with our community. We need their help as much as they need ours. That's got a gratifying sheriff. It is it is, and you know, it's not the sheriff and the leader of the organization. You know, I'm proud of that, because it's the men and women that are out there doing this job on a daily basis and engaging the community that are doing it right in treating people fair treating people like they want to be treated. And that's why we're getting a positive feedback. Well, thank you for coming on and clarifying this even further, and hopefully everybody will comply because we want to get healthy. We want to send kids back to school. We want to make sure our businesses stay open and they can even boost capacity. So we're all in this together and we sure appreciate it, Sheriff. Thank you And that that's the main thing and getting things back to the way it wass. Amen. Sheriff Anthony Wickersham. Thanks so much your thoughts on this is that seem reasonable to you. Would you feel comfortable calling in a complaint? No matter where you are, and And are you confident you would get the kind of response that you would want? 108 5909571 808 590 W. J. R. Let's check in with Pete's bi back. I know what's happening on the roads with W. J. R traffic first vilify Road construction With only one lane open Northman I 75 at eight miles, the laser backed up past someone mile and continuing to build in the area. As a result, caught in those backups. There's a disabled vehicle on the right lane North and I said 25 at seven Mile, just adding to delays already working right now in the area. And right now we have reports of an accident. Working eastbound 26 mile at Van Dyke Avenue. You may find delays there. I'm Pete Spy back. W J R traffic and weather first. Mid eighties. This afternoon. 67 are low tonight in near 90 tomorrow, with increasing clouds tomorrow. Chance for thunderstorms. Thursday 85.
"mccomb" Discussed on SportsEpreneur Podcast
"And honestly not one of the talked to all the time, and he's Kinda started talking me about stuff. End opened up mccomb was that bad, you know. I just told them like not hang a caveman like. We all go through stuff and I know you. Have you know your wife or girlfriend here but? if you need someone on the team. I'm here for him because. That's all it takes is chance on with life I think? What the whether you're going through something or you can help someone I think that's huge, just just saying that you can. You! Can you know hey come talk to me if you need so need to like for you I mean I love the sacks. That after you've gone through Recall talking then maybe on lady called me right away and I I can hear in your voice right away and I was like no. But I. Said as much stuff as we shoot back and forth tonight felt I feel very good when someone feels comfortable enough to come to me right to talk about this kind of stuff. Like I said before more of a motivational set of things, but. I think. I can give pretty good insight and help for sure I also know that sometimes the way I come at at, it's more direct in sometimes people. Don't like that to tiptoe around the issues, but. Everyone's different use could find what works for some people yes, yeah, for sure Going back to what you had mentioned. You know everybody at some point. Throughout their day. They got come home right in there. They're going to be alone. And so we don't always. Have you know it's bedtime gotta be alone. Some people can't fall asleep within two minutes at some people takes thirty minutes. Some people take an hour. and you're not on your phone as your eyes are close right, so you're you're you're in your mind? And all the stuff that you had been distracting yourself from throughout the day whether it'd be working out or work calling somebody or strolling on instagram? Whatever the case is, that's it's all different forms of suppression of dealing with that stuff right, but it man I'm just Just, listening to how you speak about your father is just like for any parents out there that might be listening to this like your father man like what an incredible human to set you up with the tools it's. It's probably your father's. What's the word I'm looking for? You could probably contribute contribute. It's to your father. The fact that you were able to get through. You know his passing. You know and still eighteen years later still be doing good. Of course you get sat at times right around. Imagine around Christmas time. You know like you said you. You had such an incredible relationship..
Gary Quequish (Oji-Cree)
"STEIG good day. Welcome my friends to the storyteller who you'll find first nations people from across native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation. Have, you ever been set free from the weight of sin and shame. It's possible my friend, and that's something that today's storyteller experienced firsthand in a powerful way. My name is Gerry Creek. Wish I. Come from round Lake Ontario. It's often called. Riach amount these days. I come from north Caribou Lake Band of people. I come from a family of. Thirteen children. What took place in Nineteen, seventy three? Was a miracle. Hard the large delivered me. From the bondage of sin. I still to this day relive the moment of salvation. Forty years later. And I thank God for his. Mercy for His grace. For his love for his. Provision for his presence in my life. Even to this day. As I said earlier. I come from a family of thirteen children. In those early years up in North Carol-. We had a pretty rough. Time My Dad left my mom. In those earlier's. What happened was in nineteen, fifty, two, fifty three. Missionaries, up the northern Canada Evangelical mission. Came around lake. Missionary by the name of clift mccomb came over there. And the whole village practically probably about ninety five percent of the village. were saved. The first Church elders were. Converted. Shaman converted Madison Man. My mother was saved. During bad year. I. May Have Been. In my mother's womb. When my mother got saved. I've never seen my mother. Drink. Or curse or. Take drugs. She always lift for God. I remember her as a praying woman. She Witten pray short prayers. Prayers like Rub. A DUB DUB blessed his grupp kind of prayer. But she would prey. Oh two hours three hours. Per Day. When? My mother became a Christian my father. Left my mom. During be happy and other reasons one of them in reasons why he left mum. Was Her conversion. My father was in the. the traditional path, the red path. And he couldn't stay. In the same house. I know. Growing up later realized that my father. Left my mother for another woman. But Dodd really caused hardship. In my mother and raising us! But she prayed. She went to church. And participated in church activities. In nineteen seventy. My father became a Christian. and My mother had. Prayed much for him. And loved him. And she even led The woman my father was living with. was in relationship with. She led that lady to
Charlotte Evans Saulteaux
"I know I used to be afraid of dying because I didn't know where I was going to go. I hope that I would go to heaven but I didn't have that assurance that I was Gonna go there so I used to be afraid Steig good. Welcome my friends to the storyteller. You'll find first nations people from across native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation. Charlotte was afraid to die because she didn't know wish he would go. If you've ever wondered whether you're good enough to get to Heaven Charlotte story may help you. Hello My name is Charlotte Evans and My husband is clea but I grew up allowed people but my background. Soto Indian My mother was Soto and my dad gave Pelley scatcherd and he was meaty. I come from Swan of a Manitoba. Four sisters and one brother we will put a family. My mother and my dad struggled to get by but my dad always worked and always made sure that there was food on the table for US growing up and they thank the Lord that even though I didn't know him then that my mom always made us go to Sunday School We always had every morning. She'd wake us up to go to Sunday school and I said just love going to Sunday school to heal about Jesus and that different miracles that he had that he did and go to Sunday school. I think I liked it because I felt safe there because in our home though as a lot of alcohol and and so when I go to Sunday school I used to just love being there and healing stories about missionaries. Who went to Africa told US stories about both helping the people there and in my heart I had this desire when I was young to be a missionary but I never ever thought that I would be one. I was the oldest one at home growing up my other. Two oldest sisters. They were in foster home and they always had to do everything I had to. Wa- wash always said help. My mom wash clothes and hang them up and I know I missed quite a bit of school to helping at home. I didn't Lake my mom. Very much. Issue was really strict. She wouldn't let us run around. She wouldn't let us go to offense too often to go play but I think the lawyer that she was strict. Because that taught me that. I think that helped me as I got older. When I did start sneaking out it helped me to to sort of understand the difference between right and wrong because I didn't feel that I was a bad person. I didn't do anything that was really bad but God says at every little center's bad no matter what it is whether it's stealing lion or mood too but I always felt that I was good enough and I didn't realize then about having a personal relationship with Jesus. I was a fleet to die because I didn't know where I was going to go. I knew there was a heaven and a hell to go to hell if you go there. It's a place where you're going to burn and fire for the unity. Where if you go to heaven you'll be there with God and it's a beautiful place and I knew that God was God and he had to sudden name in his son's name was Jesus but I didn't have that piece. I guess and my life assurance said if I died I was going to go to heaven. I hoped I would go there but I didn't know if I was going to go there. I just thought I was good enough as I got older. I let away from home when I was sixteen because of all the digging. The my mom drink a lot. My Dad worked. He worked a lot out in the Bhushan and logging and he cooked in logging camps and my mom's Acre Lot and I didn't like being at home whether it was alcohol. I always used to wish that I could put in a foster home so Eilat away hoping that I would be put in one but I never did get put in one. I ended up in sketchy on the Nice stayed with a family there. I lived with a family for about a year before I went back home because I was lonesome so I went back home and then I was only home for probably a year and a half and then I was in Churchill for a while. With one of my oldest sister's my mom had to families who first husband died and then she made my dad and even when I lived in Churchill. I used to want to go to church sometimes but my friends. I had would always make fun of me so I wouldn't go but you know I the Lord I think was already looking in my life but I didn't know it at the time and then after I came back from Churchill and decided to go to school to bring up my upgrading because I didn't finish great twelve when I was at home. That's what I met. My husband fled was one of my instructors at school one of my teachers that I had and I used to notice that he was different different than the other people allowed him. That weren't saved and I don't know something just like drew me to him. And he used to come and set with asset coffee break and and then he used to mention the Loyd once in a while but he never but he didn't like really push it on anybody and then he used to bring these little tract papers to school and he'd had them give the he gave me somewhat in awhile and I take them to read them and then after that and he asked me to go to youth group with him because he used to go to youth group at a place called Big Edie in the paw parties of and so I started going with him when he asked me. And that's when I I met Mr and Mrs mccomb Clifford Aboard McColl and they were talking about the Lord and I used to like going there because I felt at peace. And and then I met Jay Uneven Jennings was staying with them. He was administered apart. That time and I went to a few times for suppler for asthma to go the for supper. And he used to talk about the Loyd and then he asked him on time Charlotte to you know the Lord and I said I said no. I did not understand what he meant to you. Know the Loyd and they said no is him and just talk to me about salvation. Then they asked me one time I wanted to accept the Loyd and I wanted to see yes but I was scared to say yes because I thought well. We'll buy accept the Loyd than I can't can't go out and do things like drink with my friends and that I thought I'd have to change until I have to think about it so every time we went there when I go there with he would just talk to me and then one time that I was in. May and I just felt that the Loyd told me that I should ask Jesus into my heart. So that's when Mr Jennings kneel down with the coach and we played and when he played with me I could tell that there was a change because it felt like something was lifted from me like I felt lighter and I felt different when I asked Jesus to come into my heart.
Nihaya Jaber a strong lady
"Could you make a noise oysters to be sure. We know you're there. I'm Ken Gordon. I run the refugee voices Scotland podcast. It's a personal project of Maine. We've been running for two years now and if your subscribers listened to for thanks it's really cool that we meet people who've actually listened to it so this is a co production between refugee. The Voice Scotland University of Glasgow UNESCO chair in refugee integration through language and the arts and refugee for the wonderful facilities. Ah Hijab or are you doing nice to meet you you're looking PhD student at the University of Glasgow. You're also an intern for the Palestinian Estonian Arabic online project. Yeah the higher. The one thing that we always do in these podcasts is just ask people. What's on their mind? What's on your mind today? In one hundred years ref we shop the first thing. That's in my mind that I'm happy. It's sunny today unlike yesterday. And the second thing that's in my mind since we're talking about refugees there's a I tell you a little bit of history. Yeah so I'm Palestinian from Gaza and I'm not sure if people know about the whole Palestinian Israeli conflict but it it started like in one thousand nine hundred forty eight and because Israel started their estate created their states. They had to expel people from their villages. When I say people I mean Palestinians who are living there for a long time and as they explode those people those people started to move to other areas and then eventually they became refugees? So Amirah Fiji Ah in one of the most populated refugee camps in Gaza. My parents are refugees. Migrant parents are piggies so it's like like three generation of refugees and you can tell like how many years we've been refugees and They you were Help those refugees get you know the main basics for the lives I with my grandparents and they give them tens and then people people started to build their own houses. Because sometimes when I say that a refugee and I live in a refugee camp I people will be like all and then I would. I don't understand why they they say that because in my mind it's not a big deal because a normalized and internalize allies in me. But then I started to get to know that even a refugee. It has like Norman normalize idea in people's mind that just that person and who lives in a tent. Well it's true for you know other crisis but for Palestinians. Just we tried to you know to move on on and I don't live in a tent. I live in house to floor house. So yeah this is me as a refugee third-generation third generation refugee. So what I want to talk about as well I said that everything internalized in me and then because I loved my I hope my whole life there. My parents live their whole life there so I didn't see anything different. That would make me compare between what I live. And then how other people live so I got a scholarship to get my masters in the USA and then spend their two years and then it was really really like the first two years of my life. So when when I when I started to have I was full of energy. Discover the World Meet New People and all these things and it's worked and then by the end of the second year I had like my own community. You know my friends and then I had to leave back to Gaza so I knew it is going to be hard because I will not see my friends But it turned out. It's not only because I will not see. My friends is because I will have something to compare to like. What's going on in Gaza and what what happened to like all these experiences I had in the USA so going back to Gaza? There's no no insecurity. There is no stability. There's no electricity. There is no access to clean water. Sometimes we wouldn't have have water at home like even all these things I wouldn't I wouldn't imagine that they're that bad but because I was exposed to new new environment that showed me what what are the basic rights that people from other countries have and we don't have so and and some of these things like for example access to water like I didn't I didn't I didn't say I didn't get it until until one of my friends pointed that out to me because in Gaza We get water for three or four hours a day and and during these hours we have we have like engine that will push water in big tank and sometimes would feel a lot of Like would fail the bathtub as well so that would have water to clean or do all these things add. It was normal to me. You know I didn't know this. This is bad but when when my pointed that out to me I was like. Oh yeah this is not right. You know so Besides there there were there would be a lot of collisions in Gaza. Like Bombini. And you know really horrible not not like war were just like is collisions. So sometimes I would go to work and then I would just freak out because there will not VC's fire so there would be skeletons and you know. Sometimes they would boom car and then just just in my mind that maybe AH car. I'm in maybe this guy in this tax is targeted. Maybe I'll die. And then you know just I go to the work and I go back mccomb and just the same thing until ceasefire is announced or whatever it is so yeah it was pretty hard like going going back after the. US spending two years in Gaza because it made me feel like how unfair the world is and help people. Just don't appreciate she it all these things in their lives you know and then After spending two years in Gaza enduring all these things like I was with my family and would live the same things but it affected me differently because I started to think that this is not right. This is not supposed was to happen so now I got another scholarship from the British Council to get my PhD. And let me tell you one thing. I think I started to recover cover from my reverse culture shock going back together up. Maybe like I started to feel that going back to myself. Maybe like a month ago because I think in my first year I wouldn't be like I don't know it say. I felt that I wasn't right because it was recovering. But now I feel I'm almost there. I started to recover.
Scooter Braun Posts 'Kindness Is the Only Response' Amid Taylor Swift Feud
"So there seems to be some sort of no one I called a breakthrough because they're still fighting but yeah yeah yeah still fighting but some sort of development in the Taylor swift the Taylor swift scooter Scott more shuttle flight so I guess now she will be able to perform her old hits on the American music awards thank goodness a grateful nation says things but they're still fighting okay and I woke up this morning and I looked on the instead and scooter scooter Braun posted something I found rather interesting just font black font over a white background and all it says is calling this is the only response oh for god's sake after she publicly comes out there and says that you were trying to do this yeah yeah because she had to do that in order to get what she wanted so I was like um sense when his kindness your response yeah McComb in all I found the only your mind really really I don't know if that's really what you're doing but okay maybe maybe he saying because he's not talking about it you know may be I don't know I don't know the big beef was that she's not allowed to record or re record different versions of her songs yeah for a year that's in the contract so technically her doing a live performance and it being taped is a re recording and that's a big stink was about this so maybe there's some agreement where it's like this can never be sold for a profit this performance maybe I'll be you can't put a live album out there and have this is one of the tracks the only thing I can think of I we all know they're not going to adjust just to be nice no no no no now I think they should sure but they are not going to now I don't live in and I don't believe you know when she first came out with a statement saying what they were trying to do stop her from having any music in the documentary on Netflix or this AMA performance they said that's true we told her she could I doubt it I think that because she publicly came out and complained and they had to shut down their business and then they said you know we don't we don't know when they said this why would she publicly come out and say that they wouldn't let her if it was all kosher this is exactly again I'll say it for the ATF millionth time scooter if you want to lead with kindness if you if you're because I I to be fair the reports are he is frustrated with this feud scooter as yeah he's a he's frustrated with how Scott Borchetta the guy who used to own the record label is handling this so I'm thinking of myself as good or if you really are that frustrated in your and you don't like how this is going you can do something I mean you have the power to do something so I'm just saying you you you you could you could easily meet with her and try to take care of this
"mccomb" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Alongside Mike McComb is during the time of the late Chalmers Mike actually introduced me to be interested in talking to Procopio yeah popcorn's a good guy now if you can get into his treasure trove he's got boxes and stuff popcorn dealt with all the records and files and the FBI in just like my Michaelmas he stressed the importance of a composite sketch they received early on in their investigation from a kid who told police that a man had tried to abduct him well as a black male with bushy hair I remember the composite sketch very well after interviewing the kid they're able to form a detailed sketch of the suspect a black male with bushy hair after only a few minutes with popcorn you get the impression that this guy doesn't forget a thing and it goes back to another cultural social economic issue when Maynard Jackson became mayor first black mayor in Atlanta the first thing he said was I want to make the police department more brown police department up at that time had some black officers several who were majors in above but it was mainly a white police department well when the white officers heard that they saw they saw the handwriting on the wall if you were white you're not going to rise rapidly in this department it's going to be black a lot of the older ones we'll see if they retire so consequently they lost many of their senior offers the best homicide investigator then they had a big cheating scandal and the police department they found out that a lot of the black recruits in the police academy will give any answers to test so that was another major scandal so the police department was left in seventy eight seventy nine eighty relatively new an inexperienced so I guess some of the homicide detectives were not that experienced and they missed the signs that that there were commonalities in the eight to ten to twelve they had my time the bureau got in Iraq to fourteen ten found for missing further the FBI does not investigate murders murder is not a federal crime that was committed on of the government reservation it is this certain federal authority as it is this is killing the commission of a civil rights violation it is but we don't investigate your risen against us to get the murders like him on the street every day so we had no jurisdiction we went to the Atlanta police department says here we're here to help you you know we were greeted by here right we want all your files so I want to roll location resigned you two agents or one agent her her victim and we have fourteen of the victims at the time so we said go out and redo the case look through it given a fresh look back and tell us which one about ten or twelve who come back and said he's look like local crimes we were pretty much convinced that it with the role local homicides that the AP had bungled we didn't see any pattern we don't see anything the FBI along with local police we're not convinced they were doing with the serial killer but as the death toll of black children was growing it began to recognize similarities in the murders it was start with a shell going missing for days weeks and sometimes even months me happy I became involved in many of the searches popcorn recall the first big surge he was a part of there are a thousand searches all over the city.
"mccomb" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"Please come out and support Please keep supporting the hyperbole podcast. Stephan Anthony Guess and whatever whatever and my boy ran over here so thank you so much again for having me please ask instagram. Followers means so much. It's so it sucks so bad to like have that measurement and life where it's like this is attached to your worth now as an entertainer. Joe So if you guys would be so kind to go follow me on instagram. That'd be great Bubba mccomb home and then you guys are doing an awesome awesome favor. Now tell us now look at it I have it is a bit of a hybrid You know but here's the thing here's the thing I'm going to try it because this is this is a little different is the three new UNICORNS kind. So I'm not sure if I've had this one but they have done this combo before. Pretty recent real frosted flakes lucky charms. They like encapsulate. The frosted flakes in like some kind of hardened sugar. Bro Not the frosted flakes like I'll usually is does. General Mills Make frosted flakes thing. So you think so. He feels like their first thing. Not because I don't know I don't know what it is. But the frosted flakes are way way too caked up with sugar. But but this this was not as this. Is the three Unicorn so maybe new UNICORNS new new hope do not GonNa try you. Try Okay I want you to film it and send it to us. Can I please okay tight I really will. I'll eat at my in my cereal bowl to designated suitable I will. It's it's pretty sick dude. It looks like I got it off of like the set from the seventy seventy show. It's not like that but I think it's pretty cool. No seriously this entire man. I think this is. This is probably the coolest thing anyone's done for me as far on a podcast level. A forty ounce of cabinet crunch berries. I think that'd be now. I'm going to do like groceries. Yeah Bitch Hell fucking ally now. Here's what I don't like oops all berries too much too much. The yellow in their right a little bit now captain crunch traditional. It's pretty good cereal. But you know there is ways to elevate things you know. You know what I mean and Putting a little bit of barriers and Captain Crunch is the best thing that could have happened for captain crunch so I really appreciate that answering my first comedy album forty ounce of crunch berries. Oh Oh instead of forty ounces of freedom fog did the guy's really appreciate the show this I will fill myself filming. This are eating this and if I don't like it I will not hold back. The notion is smick the the notion is absolutely welcomed. And I love you for it but I will not be fake. You know what I mean. This sucks okay and your true self. Thanks a lot we did really go free cereals. The best serial a bit food stamps. Now everything's I think that's more seal the sponsored by the government bitch. I'm a serial Lord now do no but but government did sponsor this government does not help people and Dino. What's weird thing to say someone who is receiving assistance from the government however over? I feel like it's one of those things where it's like. You know maybe you had like a step parent and growing up you know and like your mom or your dad always believed in. Do you like you know. Just keep doing it keep keep going and then like your step mom is like the ones going. You'll need us again you'll need. Oh go ahead go go be keeping in Kobe comedian. Go do whatever you want. But you'll need you'll come back and my fuck you do. Do you know you're my real dad. My real mom fuck you and then you go out and try to live your fuck walk in life and you need help and then you're fucking step. Mom goes told you I mean I guess you can come eat. Dinner here. Feud we'll days a week but you better prove that your life is still shitty or we'll help you anymore. That's the government doing so fuck the government man. They only help as much as it seems. Seems like they're helping shoutout to the program. I guess you know snap food whatever. I'm sure there's some pretty good people behind the program but the government ends entirety That's a whole nother. PODCAST filled with hate. And Yeah and I have nothing based off of either my educated. I don't know what liberalism I don't know would've rep- Republican is. I don't know what anything is and I'm being really honest. I don't know any of it is. I don't know what the branches of anything are nothing I ovo I won't vote. I don't care how ignorant that sounds. I might have just ruined any potential. I have for any fans office. PODCAST on America will not fix itself unless so there is a revolution and voting won't help the people in power will keep them in power and we'll keep turning until we all kill ourselves so you never saw. Yeah stay crunch. That's what that's what I'm saying. The five car news network is this going to offer fuck the government and its little dwindling. It's fucking to face side. Only we can do this for you but you have to do this. Just listen to some good stories man. My friend got his dick suck this week. Let's hear the interview about how it went recount like. Wow what a great story a girl that got dick down after thirteen months of fucking not getting Dick down or something I want to hear the positive impacts that people are receiving their lives or something. Close it so so sorry I dragged on this. There's no way this under two hours right now. The Hours Oh perfect title our okay okay. Okay Hey guys. This is one more thing before I go. I just want to reiterate thank you again for the serial. Thank you for the hospitality. Your wife is an amazing rand. Your fucking great dude. I'm happy that we met Help that we our paths cross. Awesome again you know. Maybe maybe Anthony Redeem himself in real life you guys are essentially leaving him a yelp review experience for myself. But so you guys have hit. Some chords is that I am very upset with and maybe we can hash out on my podcast sometime. You guys can all come over. We could get it okay. Okay maybe either before or after we'll have a serial real cast interested cereal together. Yeah said of breaking bread will be out. Yeah because we'll yeah because like I came over here. They had some chips and sauce out. They had some fucking water water. You got you want to set the tone before the podcast. You don't want to just walk into a cold room. Well it'd be like what are you guys like okay. We we'll find. We will force milk in cereal. Yes yes it together in the same bowl not fucking separate equal ship. Yeah is Anthony White. It's not it's not helping almost man. This is audrey stacked heavily against Anthony. Oh Okay I love it. Underdog story you know what I mean. That's true so I can rudy me. I don't care I haven't well thank you so much for Love Avenue followers. Follow Bubba if you're in Phoenix nosy. His live show. We'll have a link in the show notes. What's the first person to? I'M GONNA put this grab on Monday morning. Whoever posts whoever comments on that wide you a ticket what is much fucking gentlemen? Do Show I appreciate it. I hope to see you there. Iran if you WANNA come please feel pretty come. I have very high confidence in my show being entertaining at the very least I mean you St. No Dude I. I don't know how much have you thought of of me being here. And what I said was Improv or something. None of it by the way All the opinions expressed on this podcast or my own. And they're real for the most part I want you to be on the on the live podcast as rosy I wasn't saying Oh yes to it for the sake of good listening if you suck. That'd be like yeah well you know I had everyone already but maybe on the next one you have one minute rebuttal. You'RE GONNA get rebuttal Okay. You don't have to no not at all not at all. You can accept defeat you can try to rebuttal sometimes. Do there's one person last time guy ever who were bottled against a got. got a couple Bro. Right so you take a chance with essential your and get roasted for five straight minutes and you'll have one minute to roast everybody and if you can't if you go over a minute will carry off stage and stuff and it's GonNa be great ethnic continuation continuation. Miss is this who wish my mom was here. Of course thank you love. y'All three this is really..
"mccomb" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"We're losing money and his can't happen and like do fuck Bro. All right because I haven't seen a box those in years dude. I found I go to WINCO. I shop at new the big knockoff brand. But it's like it's the same shit though. I know the exact same and I was like. Oh my God a giant bag of this like I'm so excited it got a little bit soft off but it was. It's still stayed comparable though definitely definitely made the same like Chinese factory. I feel I was pretty arrived as a kid. So my parents president like flex pancakes and stuff like life who we have we have regular cheerios. Damn that's walks. Do honey nut shout out when we were good they were like honey. Honey cheers put honey in it like Ooh I like that. I like getting the frosted Cheerios and my favorite serial number team. Cheerios and the cinnamon apple wants to fire man. Serial just so good dude and emphasis get so excited when I find a new one. 'cause I've eaten them all BRO. You know what I mean even like disappointed off into like Pebbles pebbles series. They did like peanut butter chocolate pebbles and I was like. I can't fucking wait to get home. Dude the the actual Syria so thin. I mean it's not even like other cocoa and fruity pebbles am I. How the fuck did they mess this up? This man in the taste is great. But I'm telling you because assisting stages against soggy is soon as it hits the fucking vulgar I can't I can't deal with that delicate snowflake which is yeah definitely when it hits the ground. Did you guys ever just like experimenting in College. Did you guys ever experiment when your kids or teenagers or maybe adults where you're looking at cereal and you're thinking okay. It's good with milk. Why not I try it with no not do that but I? I saw my oldest brother one time had some malt liquor any poor. Isn't we the poor himself. A bowl of fruity cheerios. which are not very good And then we didn't have any milk Sonny's like he was already a little drunk in the he's fucking force in Malt Liquor. Look into his free. cheerios Jesus Christ. This snoop Dogg. Is your brother fucking doctors raided no post It'd probably be a little wealthier. Yeah no dude. They're now there was a time though. Like I don't think there's a thing about. Here's the problem about looking back into childhood. It is like I just don't know if we didn't have milk for the few days because we just didn't have it or just because we had to wait 'til whatever I don't know the situation situation but like there was a couple of times where there's no milk or whatever and use water and it was pretty gross but like Apple Jackson water. Aren't that bad. I found out and I think it's more of the fruity cereals. That are okay with water. The savory ones like Cocoa puffs known now terrible chop the water like dude. Chocolate cereals are are no go but I remember eating Apple Jacks. I remember eating fruit loops and mean like our I still okay. You know I'm not gonNA make Something I wish Anthony was here because anthony eat cereal. Like a animal like a Weirdo. He eats it dry. No with a cup of milk and next to it. Sometimes you do. is always not quit. Hyping him stuff stuff like a pejorative awful. The way he's eating the cereal I always thought it was like Anthony Fine every time I see it. I'm I'm anti soggy cereal. Dude today. I fucking die but you gotTa have have the cleanliness of nuclear to that point men Aussie now I have done like port serial no cup and then pour milk into it and drank and like inhale eight it like that but separately. What does this fucking nine hundred sixty milks his own bathroom or something? You know what I mean Giza's come on and who the fuck you doing man I guess and he started eating your cereal like a regular so cool dude. Like the guy who was like can't read but he's really smart ninth fucking serial. No Mel Dude. I don't know about this guy anymore. Man You guys have a twinkle in your eye anthony but TWINKLE survey vases. sociopaths I digress. Yeah so good question man you got you have an extraordinarily amazing problem with the Suspended bed and the serial issue. I tip my hat to creating that problem in your life. I do want to get to that point someday. Where or have the money to suspend my bed and maybe at the goal weight to not be scared when I sleep on it so it sounds like your life's going pretty good despite the serial issue but we gave you a plethora of good good work around so please follow up with hyperbole podcast and send pictures? Send Schick I really honestly want them to send this to me and I could do a read on this when they come on the podcast we can circle back around on it and talk about the bed serial guy and you know. Make your Mark Bro. You leave a legacy. Give a first awesome last name. Don't be scared dude. Goes for all the rest of the listeners. Listen IF YOU WANNA ask a question just give us a first and last name because I just need to be able to properly like a dry. Yeah whether it's negative or whether it's positive affirmation or fuck hugh I need. I need to know if it's Benjamin I need to know if it's John or whatever new that'd be great. I sound like a grin aggressive scenario John on Benjamin. That's a lot of judge okay anyways so yeah that was great. That was fucking awesome. Great question man really good question now. It's the sad part podcast. Because we're saying goodbye already came but we want you guys haven't subscribed yeah. Please do leave a review. Mutola friends we appreciate all of us. On twitter at Hyperbole pod phone on Instagram at Hyperbole podcast because you have a question email us at hyperbole hyperbole podcasts at gmail.com we also want to give a couple of shoutouts first off BUBBA. Thank you so much for joining. Thank you so much for having me needs. It was a pleasure. You also I'm going to have you plug all your stuff okay. I'm going to give you your present. Your present Oh my God I feel like I'm yeah okay guys my my name is Bubba mccomb. You could find me on instagram at sad boy shelby at Bubba mccomb you can find me. Am I shows at Bubba. mccomb DOT COM. I'm usually updating that so let's got pretty up to date information. What does this come out? ooh OOH WE'RE GONNA hold on Sunday so I'm distracted guy you know you got me a forty of captain in crunch Berries Dude Yours out gangster. That is approaching varies. Those are tiny ones too and more. So we're lucky. Charms with three extra UNICORD's parts or rape frosted flakes Combo. What all right? I hope so. Wouldn't you know I mean. Let me. Let me get unplugging my shirt quick and we're gonna I feel so torn right now. Okay all right okay..
"mccomb" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"We have another Texas chainsaw massacre thing onto him it is just not faces. Wait real like when lex luther comes out in the KRYPTONITE. What's that fucking jeepers creepers dude? We're like sixteen chapels like but it's all real bodies up on the ceiling L. Nailed skinless bodies. Actually all the skin has still intact just the inside of the Vaginas or does removed. It's like fucking hedrick strewn across the suit on the suit on like a pool tar winter. He's the four. Yeah Yeah No guys those fun bonding experience. Various talking about wisdom businesses so we wanted to help business owners owners so we created this segment called busineses where we take a once-over view on these basis. And give advice on how to clean that with Bam. So this is a one star review you for the Jack in the box and South Scottsdale. Can I read this one. Please Glass Celeste. Leaves at One Star Review. That says Oh my God answered the the phone so I was made but I forgot to put in my order and lots of sauce so dot. Org Caller restaurant. No No. They didn't answer never got all the phone. Lack gala spire meter ran a review. And I never ain't no ridden review for just answer your phone. That's how I imagine though a beautiful name but yeah anyone who Polka Polka protrude. Fuck I mean. That's her middle name. Anyone who writes review that Bitch Suck my fucking Dick Dude. That sounds kind of like a girlfriend or something. It's like. Oh my God. It's your phone. Imagine Dude where's there's a yelp help for men like like a ratings and like well this motherfucker goes at me three times and had like one star reviews places. You've places you've eaten. Ah He's fucked or whatever stat card got humanity. God Dude. Can we not spend too much time on this one because this one makes me actually angry. You know what I mean. Want that sauce. No sorry this one with the woman writing this dude and I have average such a violent outlook on people who use yelp for anything at all to. Do you want to eat at this place. Oh let's see what views on Yelp I fucking really hate people like that man. Just have your own opinion. Look Dude you think people love del Taco. Oh yeah there are people out there that can love it you the people that will go out of their way to go to del Taco. My will never spend another fucking dollar at that place as for the rest of my to any establishment that serves me the only option of crinkle cut fries. The worst ever can fuck off dude. Nobody everybody that I'm saying fucking guilt all your true to their true the only the only fucking establishment that gets a pass on that Shit Dude. Is this canes. And that's only because their sauce. Oh good bro and I wish I could enjoy some fries and my chicken. I can't enjoy those fucking phrases cream. CUT-PRICE I'll give you mentioned a covert covert has crinkle occur fries but they also have cheese. Kurds frigyes butter burgers dog. So good. There's plenty to compensate with that. Has Nothing to compensate. You know they have a variety tasteless tasteless four dollar burger the shittiest Blan- Mexican food burgers. Dude they have everything I think right now also very small Max. So that's what I'm saying like someone likes that place and they go there right because they went there and they had it and they went and they wow. I liked this despite what I've heard and I respect that rather than this shit it like. Oh well they said their salsa is bad four reviews in a row wall. I don't really know we should go there anymore. Like talk being individual man like go experience. Say for your fucking self doing what I WANNA do with you to K.. Right now you know they'll talk never getting telling you but I think we can. Do we make our own restaurant. And then we make the shittiest smooth ever bought hype it up. So everyone's like Oh good review and that we do we just neil those five stars on yelp everyone goes there and then five years later which say. Hey Psych we made this Kalamata pig holes. He made this year fish out of the people. Don't give a fuck man. They just WanNa ride the hype train. There's actually there's actually a documentary. This guy he using I believe he was in Iceland was the country. He put a restaurant on Yelp on tripadvisor on everything right and it did not exist period. They just set up like little like different different scenes and this dude's backyard like an outdoor like fifteen person only like whatever it was both completely fake. This never sold a plate plate in his life. He gets voted Toronto. It was Toronto. He gets voted. He voted number one best restaurant strong in Toronto on trip advisor. And no one had been there Rhonda. Nobody so with they do is to even just put the Cherry on on top of the prank. They host like an opening a soft opening of their new thing. where it's all fake and people come out and then like Oh my God like people from all over the world dude? Come out to this restaurant. I'm like we've been waiting to get on this list. People have been calling for months and months and months dude and they do exactly that the heat up like Marie. Marie calendar's Shit and serve it. As like a penny whatever whatever. They did what I wanted to do. They've already chewed my day. Did they. Did and it was fucking the whole areas of how gullible people are to other people's accounts of their experiences. Do you even know who's writing this like this bitch. Seles Dude Dude. Like Seles being the person who wrote this yelp review just for the podcast listeners. Like dude I guarantee you. This person sucks in real life Fanilo. Hello what's Stephen. Gift From Jack in the box. And why do you need extra ranch. So that's maybe to like Dude Jones L.. Sluggish it's not Jack in the box fall. They can't answer the fucking phone for your fat ass. I want extra marmot extra sauce. And you're paying some teenager to drive it to view anyway. You want extra pitch fourteen extra beds in the nose you forgot. Hey No no one's business to see it's a fucking fix your mistakes. I mean who should go onto yelp and give yourself a one-star reviews. That's what I'm saying so on. I'm sorry for stealing that for a a second but I just really don't respect people who Who Use yelp religiously not not the people as a person? That's obviously stupid. I WANNA come off the saying like that but our respect their opinions about what they like. It's like we'll fuck and how much this have you actually enjoyed and how much of it was. They were pretty right. It tastes pretty good like dude. I get your thoughts and your head. You know what I mean that being said I like I am part of the yelp elite in another way things that by by this is impressive. fucking hate you so much. Yeah I know I not yelp reviews on y'all do on Google because you're supposed is get perks. Sounds like I'm GonNa get those perks. Yeah I ended up getting pretty high okay after leaving these fucking reviews which are really annoying. They majority positive life or majority negative. Because I'm down for the positive reviews. Those people that needs to happen more often I so I worked at starbucks for a year and Hubert worked as a Barista for a year at another place a local coffee shop so I have mad respect for people to work in the service insurance and I I think that a waiter for you too so I think that server did so yes a actually a because i. I think that people when you're eighteen you should do one year service in customer service to so people like buckets to last only. Why would you pick up the phone? one-star view so they just understand a bit instant blood. Yeah she just gave leave them. YELP Herbie's Yup. I feel ever get rid of and there's so many people and I don't care offending you for listening to us and there's so many people that just base every fucking place they go eat off of what. What does it say on this? What do people say about like I just look at the menu and I'm like yeah sounds menu pricing? Maybe some photos those of the pictures of the food. That's only if it's if it's one-star concern. Okay maybe three era above. If it's three shit try. The worst thing review is apartment complexes trying to odd. We were trying to do that. We're looking at like Olsen. We'll get reviews for apartments lower searching and I'm like I've been at tons of apartments. I've never been like even love this. Let me go post deposit avary about my like. That doesn't happen but nobody had on that. In their life only the negative I always in review. I got.
"mccomb" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"Does mom touch? Yes I will read the Bible now. That's an intervention is basically like right. So that's a really good. I liked. That intervention is pretty much surprise party for losers. You know what I mean. Yeah fuck that's great. What do I completely agree agree with Wolsey guys wholeheartedly islanders any wrong interpreted? I'm sure there are some ways that you're like okay like for my life currently like when I started comedy comedy it was this big huge. Like Oh yeah yeah and it still is dude. It really is but now that I have studied it for the pass better part of a year I've watched and I've asked so many questions and Yada Yada Yada. I understand that it's a much higher mountain to climb. I'm just lucky enough to be starting at like a point. That's not so far to the bottom right. I really don't think I suck at stand up and I started not sucking stand up and I'm grateful but but now after the affirmation like okay I can do standup I can host. I can do these things now. The ambition is I gotta get to the level I WANNA be at. This is the thing I want to do with my life so now it's just like okay. Cool surprise party was like hey welcome to comedy. You know fucking high fives hype is you'll have six months. Wow Wow that's impressive and then there's a now it's like none of that matters now. I have to keep progressing. I cannot remain at the same level because the same level. I know. I'm not anywhere near where I'd I'd like to be as a comedian or podcast host or whatever. Yeah so just immediately. What is it called the the Faucet? I'M GONNA turn it back on that complement to make you feel more uncomfortable. The also the shower you with but I feel not only. Are you good at comedy. I've seen it but you also went to his last live show and it was. It was amazing. Thing where you stand up. Comedian usually has five to forty five minutes. But it wasn't an hour and a half year. The show was making in jokes. Giggling Fun chortling rate talk and I wanted. I wanted to plug you okay but you also have another live show coming up. I do I'm very excited. Caesar along for the details there but it was an awesome. The first one I really really and thank you so much for coming in in your lady do appreciate power couple of the year man. Yeah I don't think you know there are some people out there that can just do a podcast them in one other person for an hour and a half but I don't want to do that. I wanted to break it up. I wanted to have some inclusion. You know and so I guess the structure of the show. If you're curious just real quick would be Me and my guests come up and do fifty minutes podcasting twenty minutes podcasting beforehand. My Buddy. Aj Rodriguez was playing playing music with our friend emily from the UK and it was really nice to have music instead of just some fucking Bruno Mars in the background or whatever. Yeah so that was nice. Yeah he's whatever man Bruno Mars. You're cool on the PODCAST. Okay let me and the the guests would do like fifteen twenty minutes on the podcast. Yes and then we do a roast panel where I bring up one person at a time. Three people total one person at a time and I hand select people to roast the shit out of them for about five ten minutes and then we do that. We do some more podcasting and then we wrap it up ten to fifteen minutes of comedy and it's just like I don't know man I I really like the structure. I probably won't change it at all because that's a fun time fun. If I didn't know someone didn't have fun. You know I had a great time. Oh yeah it was a great time so I was GONNA say for the next one. If you need a row St. I would love to talk to stick myself on the spy telling you right now. I literally literally have been looking for one more person. I have asked to people that were there last time when they go. We saw what happened. No I was like for real. You're saying no no. I don't WanNa get like that. I was like okay so I just stopped asking and I was just gonNA walk in wing it but this is a perfect perfect yes I am. Yes in white privilege would be the worst thing that would happen to me to fight vitamin punched in the face. If it helps you to be with. Who Said No? We're both black. So white privilege has nothing to do with this. This is all you feel good about this one. Oh you mean August by which you mean. Okay okay I gotcha. Yeah you'RE GONNA get fucking flamed dude because the people have row seeing are some professionals do their Joshua Harrison no according washroom Dustin. Okay and my sister missy. Who is her birth her roasting career at burnout the Alice Valley show and she when I say I she flamed she? Flame Hector Garcia and Dustin. Cade the beat both of them both around and got it to the semifinals. And I was like okay. You're you're exactly as good as I thought that you were. You know what I mean. She's my sister. I know that bitch like Sh- she's witty and mean and like unlike unrelentless she just. It doesn't have like a filter at all. So I'm like I need you for this. This she helped sculpt the marble into what you are today I think there's roasted you know. Perfect grilled Nice. She didn't rose me ever. She can never Roshni like I rose circus like older brother. So it's a psychological barrier there right plus five due to the road right the first one I wrote because I was in a sign up that night in the first just one I wrote for her was you look like you. Fuck your brother put it away. You get off stage now but she did. I didn't answer. I wanted this to be like her debut all her and she.
"mccomb" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"I personally vice podcast for you brother and ran statement nominee be taken literally was up seven. Hyper hyperbole hello everybody. And welcome to another episode of hyper burly. PODCAST Cardi B.. It there my name is Stephon and I'm joined by very to special boys. I shouldn't say boys men men boys to men. I hear you go first one. He ran while say hi. Hi everybody. That's it okay. Music Band actor people. You'd have sex with the three dogs my dog my bow definitely fucked my dog. Okay keep it in the family. I like it. I don't no no nothing else. It's okay I don't really need any other any info about being out there so this is randy fuck is dog so we're also joined by a very special guest today. It's BUBBA mccomb. Well guys they having me man to have you on Vogel. He's a comedian. He has a podcast. Hello Tired podcast. He's just fucking killing it right now. Thank you so much You know I'm I'm very very very bad at taking compliments but I'm really just trying to close my eyes and feel the love you know I don't know what to say. I feel like detract every time. But your podcast and you and you knew and I'm just really trying to let someone say something nice to me and it mean something instead of going. Why are they telling me this? You know what I mean so so I really appreciate you appreciate you and I appreciate you guys for supporting the podcast. I'm very happy to be here my top band new GIBBES Top what did you say. Top top top five top five women. We'd fuck yes. I'm hit him with three real quick. You know I'm GonNa go even Mendez Number one forever forever Christina applegate fire and then a probably a solid Lisa and is from disappear fantasy state. You know what I mean. I grew up with her. If you know what I mean I really just want to be inside of her. I think it'd be really Nice Like hey miss an longtime fan. Don't have cancer answer however I do wish to be in you and I don't know how that worked out but I was gonna ask what's the what's the strategy for forgetting in no strategy. I just really. You will just sit back and if life doesn't take it where it needs to go. I won't be there. You know what I mean. That's pretty good. I give no effort into a female. The situation right now because I'm very bad at it and it takes away from my progress so I'm just making sure I don't do that again. Thanks it's.
"mccomb" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Mike McComb is during the time of the late Chalmers Mike actually introduced me to be interested in talking to Procopio yeah popcorn's a good guy now if you can get into this treasure trove he's got boxes and stuff corn deal with all the records and files and the FBI in just like my Michaelmas he stressed the importance of a composite sketch they received early on in their investigation from a kid who told police that a man had tried to abduct him well as a black male with bushy hair remember the composite sketch very well after interviewing the kid they're able to form a detailed sketch of the suspect a black male with bushy hair after only a few minutes with popcorn you get the impression that this guy doesn't forget a thing and it goes back to another cultural social economic issue when Maynard Jackson became mayor first black mayor in Atlanta the first thing he said was I want to make the police department more brown police department up at that time had some black officers several who were majors in above but it was mainly a white police department well when the white officers heard that they saw they saw the handwriting on the wall if you were white you're not going to rise rapidly in this department it's going to be black a lot of the older ones we'll see if they retire so consequently they lost many of their senior he's the best homicide investigator then they had a big cheating scandal and the police department they found out that a lot of the black recruits in the police academy will give any answers to tests so that was another major scandal so the police department was left in seventy eight seventy nine eighty relatively new an inexperienced so I guess some of the homicide detectives were not that experienced and I missed the signs that the there were commonalities in the eight to ten to twelve they had my time the bureau good and they were up to fourteen ten found for missing further the FBI does not investigate murders murder is not a federal crime it's coming out of the government reservation it is this certain federal authorities it is is is killing the commission of a civil rights violation it is but we don't investigate your doesn't against this ticket murders like have on the street every day so we had no jurisdiction we went to the Atlanta police department says here we're here to help you you know were greeted by here right we want all your files so I want to roll cases resigned used to agents or one agent her her victim and we have fourteen of the victims at the time so we said go out and redo the case look through it given a fresh look back and tell us which one about ten of twelve who come back and said he's look like local crimes we were pretty much convinced that it with the role local homicides that the AP had bungled we didn't see any pattern we don't see anything the FBI along with local police we're not convinced they were dealing with a serial killer but as the death toll of black children was growing they begin to recognize similarities in the murders it was start with a shell going missing for days weeks and sometimes even months the FBI became involved in many of the searches popcorn recall the first big surge he was a part of there were thousands searchers all over the city.
"mccomb" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Alongside Mike McComb is during the time of the Atlanta child murders Mike actually introduced me to him probably interested in talking to Procopio yeah popcorn's a good guy now if you can get into this treasure trove he's got boxes and stuff popcorn deal with all the records and files and the FBI in just like my McComas he stressed the importance of a composite sketch they received early on in their investigation from a kid who told police that a man had tried to abduct him well as a black male with bushy hair remember the composite sketch very well after interviewing the kid they're able to form a detailed sketch of the suspect a black male with bushy hair after only a few minutes with popcorn you get the impression that this guy doesn't forget a thing and it goes back to another cultural social economic issue when Maynard Jackson became mayor first black mayor in Atlanta the first thing he said was I want to make the police department more brown please apartment up at that time had some black officers general who were majors in above but it was mainly a white police department well when the white officers heard that they saw they saw the handwriting on the wall if you were white you're not going to rise rapidly this department it's going to be black a lot of the older ones we'll see if they retire so consequently they lost many of their senior offers the best homicide investigator then they had a big cheating scandal and the police department they found out that a lot of the black recruits in the police academy will give any answers to tests so it was not a major scandal so the police department was left in seventy eight seventy nine eighty relatively new an inexperienced so I guess some of the homicide detectives were not that experienced and they missed the signs that the there were commonalities in the eight to ten to twelve they had my time the bureau got in Iraq to fourteen ten found for missing further the FBI does not investigate murders murder is not a federal crime it's coming out of the government reservation it is this certain federal authorities it is this is killing the commission of a civil rights violation it is but we don't investigate your doesn't against this ticket murders like to have on the street every day so we had no jurisdiction we went to the Atlanta police department says here we're here to help you you know we were greeted by here right we want all your files so I want to roll cases we signed you to agents or one agent her her victim and we have fourteen of the victims at the time so we said go out and redo the case look through it given a fresh look back and tell us which one about ten of twelve who come to his head these look like local crimes we were pretty much convinced that it with the role local homicides that the AP had bungled we didn't see any pattern we don't see anything the FBI along with local police we're not convinced they were doing with the serial killer but as the death toll of black children was growing the began to recognize similarities in the murders it was start with a shell going missing for days weeks and sometimes even months the FBI became involved in many of the searches popcorn recalled the first big surge he was a part of there are a thousand searches all over the city.
"mccomb" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Mike McComb is during the time of the late Chalmers Mike actually introduced me to be interested in talking to Procopio yeah popcorn's a good guy now if you can get into this treasure trove he's got boxes of stuff popcorn dealt with all the records and files and the FBI in just like my Michaelmas he stressed the importance of a composite sketch they received early on in their investigation from a kid who told police that a man had tried to abduct him well as a black male with bushy hair I remember the composite sketch very well after interviewing the kid they're able to form a detailed sketch of the suspect a black male with bushy hair after only a few minutes with popcorn you get the impression that this guy doesn't forget a thing and it goes back to another cultural social economic issue when Maynard Jackson became mayor first black mayor in Atlanta the first thing he said was I want to make the police department more brown police department up at that time had some black officers several who were majors in above but it was mainly a white police department well when the white officers heard that they saw they saw the handwriting on the wall if you were white you're not going to rise rapidly this department is going to be black a lot of the older ones we'll see if they retire so consequently they lost many of their senior offers the best homicide investigator then they had a big cheating scandal and the police department they found out that a lot of the black recruits in the police academy will give any answers to tests so that was another major scandal so the police department was left in seventy eight seventy nine eighty relatively new an inexperienced so I guess some of the homicide detectives were not that experienced and they missed the signs that there were commonalities in the eight to ten to twelve they had my toe the bureaucrat in Iraq to fourteen ten found for missing further the FBI does not investigate murders murder is not a federal crime that's committed under the government reservation it is of this certain federal authorities it is as good as killing the commission of a civil rights violation it is but we don't investigate your resin against us to get murders might have on the street every day so we had no jurisdiction we went to the Atlanta police department says here we're here to help you know we were greeted by here right we want all your files so I went to roll cases we signed you two agents or one agent hi there the man we have fourteen of the victims at the time so we said go out and redo the case look through it given a fresh look back and tell us which one about ten of twelve who come back said he's look like local crimes we were pretty much convinced that it with the role local homicides that the AP had bungled we didn't see any pattern we don't see anything the FBI along with local police we're not convinced they were doing with the serial killer but as the death toll of black children was growing to begin to recognize similarities in the murders it was sort with a shell going missing for days weeks and sometimes even months the FBI became involved in many of the searches popcorn recall the first big surge he was a part of there are a thousand searches all over the city.
"mccomb" Discussed on WJR 760
"Of McComb county prosecutor Eric Smith. They would have had warrants to do this Smith is under state investigation for misuse of forfeiture funds money is four fitted by drunk drivers. And by drug suspects, the money in those forfeiture funds is supposed to be used for police and law enforcement activities at issue is about nine hundred thousand dollars from these funds. Other county officials say the money went for purposes other than police activities county Commissioner Leon roll out. A critic of Smith says money was not used as specified by law. Grownup says some of the money was sent to charities golf outings a high school yearbook. Purposes. There's no other says a elected official can decide what seems they like to spend money on maybe money should go to your many. But that's not the purpose of these funds. He was on the Frank Beckmann show drill. That says records also show some money went to pay credit cards. Police had search warrants and rated the prosecutor's office last month and left the office with a box full of documents Brosse hitter Smith has said he is fully cooperating with the investigation. It'll be back to court today for the X McComb county clerk, Karen Spranger. He'll get a hearing on charges that she made eight illegal withdrawals from an account belonging to a seventy year old woman that she had been carrying for sixteen hundred dollars or so was taken from the account. According to the authorities users of what's up or discovering their phones may have been hacked their phones by a voice message. Correspondent Scott Carr reports these software company and as oh is reportedly behind the. The installation of spyware on dozens of phones what the social media app installed. Citizen watchdog say there's nothing a user could have done to avoid being hacked short of not having the app. NSO spyware has repeatedly been found deployed heck journalists as well as lawyers human rights defenders and dissidents, most notably. The spyware was implicated in the gruesome killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Correspondent Scott Carr for people are dead at least after two tourists float planes collided in flight near Ketchikan, Alaska. According to the coast guard and Princess Cruises. The passengers on both planes were from the Royal Princess cruise ship, which is on a seven day cruise the stock market had its worst day since the big sell off at the beginning of the year. That was yesterday. The markets are still licking their wounds from the Dow Jones index losing nearly seven hundred correspondent Steve Kastenbaum reports. The esscalation of tariffs on China has the investor world worried when the trading session, ended months. Afternoon. The Dow Jones industrial average was down six hundred seventeen points or two point four percent. It could have been worse earlier in the day was down seven hundred nineteen points. It always feels bad when the market moves in the wrong direction. This quickly Jeff mills is Nanjing director at PNC financial services. But I do think you have to keep it in perspective to a degree. You know, were maybe four or five percent from an all-time high. Now, I don't think is necessarily the end of the world mills said things could worsen though, if companies don't reinvest in themselves to keep unit costs low Steve Kastenbaum, New York. And right now, the Dow Jones industrials are up moderately the Dow is a point seventy seven percent. The city of Allen park says all the trash should be picked up by Saturday. There's still garbage lining up some of the streets on Ellen park. More than a week after floods hit the area. News time ten we showed real families.
Kerr calls Currys NBA royalty ahead of West finals
"Finals? We will see Kevin Durant to start the series. We will see Steph curry and the warriors facing off against Steph curry and the blazers Steve Kerr calling the curry family. NBA royalty quote, what a great story says their parents Dell and Sonya. Must be having the time of their lives. Although he says they'll certainly be conflicted over the next couple of weeks as for the series, and what we can expect ESPN analyst Legler, Golden State has more guys that can jump out and guard switch and guard little McCollum, then Portland has to guard their key. And that's what it comes down through for me. So I give the edge to Golden State. But absolutely think that Portland's going to be in this series. They're going to be in these games. How long it lasts? I don't know. And if Portland steal one out of two they're so good at home. Maybe this becomes a different story if they can get one of those first two games. There's no question in my mind, they can play with them for their super confident right now that they can battle in the way they're backwards. Play many believed the rockets were the big test for the warriors in this postseason. But it's the blazers out standing in the way of Golden State, the guys PTI, I look at Portland as legitimate team. Kevin is not gonna play game on. I don't wanna play games. I'll be does the series. Here's if even strength. This is what I would say to you that what Portland is very good at Golden State is great at and that's the difference. But if Kevin Durant does not not one game. Now play the whole deal Portland can win are different Charles Barkley on this show and his show and other shows. Charleston goes. I said what? Now. I'm sorry. Did you hear me Portas coming out of the west? State how compelling series, and we're gonna talk about Golden State gonna pick Golden State because of what I just saw him to Portland Tony is an irresistible team. They're so likeable. I know you're going to underestimate them because. Yeah. Spent the whole spring telling people you've never seen them. Interesting Denver and get your I ninety five dollar and to underestimate them. I'm going status cheddar, that's respect. Now. What spec them specked on your name? And whether or not you respect them. There are those roar projecting forward to a warriors bucks match, the NBA finals or max Kellerman on first takes us, perhaps we should pump the breaks out K D still favorites. I think they're gonna win the series, but without K D. It's it's tipped much more into a balanced series. This series is really this is the head like just as the east. It's now it's a wide versus the freak. Who's the best player in the world? This is which team has the best back court. Right. The champion Houston. We saw that. Sorry with chips on the line. That's not the best backward. They got out plead by the back court the reigning champs. Golden State Warriors. Splash brothers. Stephan. Clay over we got a new number one contender Stephen and the new number one contender is the Portland Trail Blazers Damian Lillard and CJ McComb. That's the number one contender to the throne. That is not so lopsided. You said Damian Lillard deserves to be all NBA overstep this year. Just saw this performance. CJ put on that's a worthy adversary for Klay Thompson bad man that let's look where the where the vulnerable without K do their best defender nowadays, by the way. What are they? You have a big who can play while. They don't have. Turkish hold on timeout. A second house Kanter on offense. And he wants it house Zach Collins, and he wants it wherever you look on Portland. Not only do you have a guy who can play. But you have a guy who plays with heart. We see the difference. These guys play with heart. They match up decently in many respects with Golden State. They can kind of do if not neutralize Golden State does do things some of the same things that Golden State does. One of the Western Conference finals here on ESPN radio. Our coverage begins at eight o'clock
Clinton Township man's pet raccoon euthanized after escaping, biting 2 children
"A pet raccoon has been euthanized in Clinton township after it attack two children. Authorities say banded that three year old raccoon climbed over its owners fence and attacked an eight year old boy, ripping his pants and a six year old girl leaving her with a bloody leg McComb county animal control says banded will be sent to Lansing to be tested for rabies. The family of the young girl says she has had to get five rabies
"mccomb" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People
"We would then match based on what topic you know a genealogist any august would be matched by our education apartment so i'm. I'm usually going to be sent out every few months. I'm usually getting a new assignment to go out lecture in addition we also put in in our own call for papers for more national conferences so like n. G. s. f. g._s. roots tech nurk. Those are the different kind of conferences as they come up we will we will go ahead and submit different lecture topics that we want to put forward by different genealogists clean myself and if we get picked then we get to go to that conference sponsored by any h._d._f._s. rate now. Tell me about mayflower. Twenty twenty sure so mayflower twenty twenty is a very large project. That's being done with many different organizations besides any were working with the mayflower society in plymouth and several different groups that essentially we're trying to commemorate emirate the the mayflower landing since we're coming up on four hundred years next year in two thousand twenty so what we had was in locally here in boston austin is on april seventeenth we had an open house and it was also a kick off ceremony for these different events. We actually unveiled a miniaturized version of what we call the boston mayflower that actually goes out on display as well as a walk statue which is beautiful and has a beautiful belt that people can say so. That's that's our way of to contribute towards mayflower. We also as probably open house. We had opened consultations and we are putting together number of lectures that we can go out and work with different the groups on that's great. How long does this celebration go on for you. It's probably gonna be going on for the next year or so. We already have been getting some requests. Ah for lecturers coming up next year so i think for the next year or two. It's going to be very very busy great so there's <hes> there are things to see things to do for people who stop by f. saul talk to you guys. That's great. That's absolutely i would save to stay tuned on our website and our social media channels on different things that we're planning for mayflower twenty twenty okay well. It's that's really cool. Now the ances- trees site. I just saw this today because i took a look at the site. You guys actually have a tree building site site credit and i didn't know that so in addition to all of the other ones folks there is also ancest- trees he's at american ancestors so tell me about that sure so american ancestry is is an online tree that uses st routes finder platform so essentially we have our brand over the roots final and that's customized for what we offer for so depending on what you want to do. It starts out as a free tree and then if you add on things like d._n._a. Tool we don't have our own d._n._a. Kip but we have d._n._a. Tools that you can pay into as part of that to leverage different ideas like if you wanna triangulate and do more segment matching. There's a lot of different things you can do with d._n._a. Tools that isn't add on on and what i really like about the roofs funder platform that we use and usually before we even developed products is that it addition to just having in a tree and everything out there the hinting. I find to be very good because it's actually grabbing hints from different sites. You're getting from ancestry and family surge and find my pass and you're having all these kind of aggregated wants together so think of it as like your ultimate to do list that these things you wanna go through now. We know that sometimes it can be bright. Shiny objects going through the hence but i can say that with a lot of confidence. A lot of times hints. I've used through the platform had actually been really helpful on the eventually helped me find on stuff that i wouldn't have thought to look for. That's really interesting because you know i of course i mostly use ancestry and i put things from mm-hmm ancestry on family search. I'm not in love with any of the other sites that are out there. <hes> i'm going to try to use them to see if if i can recommend aspects of them or at least teach them because everybody's brain works differently and just because something is my preference doesn't mean that it's the best for everyone but i i like that that sounds real interesting so a person can upload his or her dna to this correct right and you can also upload your head. Come file for your for your ancestors. You can upload your dot com file and then upload your dna and typically a lot of people. I used jed match files to upload into the site and i think it takes upload from other sites as well that do have the segment information so like my heritage family tree. If i believe like those calls be uploaded into the site okay now you know that there was a course and still is <hes> a lot of hot discussion about using dna for solving crimes and just looking the other day for articles about genealogy to post on twitter. I saw probably twice as many about hey this person and solving crimes as i saw about there is trepidation about it but it's still jill this incredibly hot topic. Where do you guys land in terms of privacy about the d._n._a. What is the policy and and what do you have folks. Sign off on. You know about that sure. I speak a little bit to that so a lotta patriots that do use our services. They may not necessarily use the d._n._a. Tools portion of american ancestries other products and sometimes a lot of people will do is they'll create either a private and unsearchable tree. That's something that usually works with ancestry with through lines lines no it's it's really kind of a mixed bag. A lot of people have known have gone to either privatized tree or maybe they'll upload a match grab their segment information and then basically basically delete their accounts so it doesn't stay behind so some folks do feel more comfortable doing it that way and others are pretty receptive so it really depends on the person so we will land and on whatever you feel as comfortable ultimately you own your d._n._a. And we're here to help facilitate and help is needed crate so there are options and that's really good because they you know there's a scare every minute especially on twitter. I see the salat people who are not really involved with genealogy but who are easily scared scared and you know for good reason sometimes. I think we'll start to say oh. No don't put your d._n._a. Anywhere and people are gonna come get you and and and and they get paranoid and again. I think that it is for for some very good reasons but it can end up being very unfortunate because it does hinder the work. It's now personally. I wanna know. How much has your life changed. Since you've gone from working at home to working eight to five i mean and here you are flying around the country meeting and everything like that just a lot more often. You know how are things. How is this changed for you. It's been amazing using. I mean it really has been a life changing move. Just to change change roles me. I changed. I changed complete industries. I moved. I used to live in new york and now i live in the boston area. Oh so it was a giant move but i mean it was. It's like it's life changing. I can't say how much that is. I mean it's been a dream. Come true i mean how many times can you say. I really want to be genealogists and then i did it. It's like it's it's possible and it's one of the questions i think i get asked. The most people keep saying like well. Do i need to go to school to genealogist. Why do you have like a like a master's master's degree in it and you know and like you know you look so young. How'd you get involved with it and trophy ivan genealogy for a very long time. I've been doing it for seventeen years. It's just been now. It's it's a point of. I just started advancing goals of i blog. I started working in the library on call and i started getting out there lecturing and that's all i can tell people to do who is get yourself out there. If you really wanna do this full time you need to make yourself a public presence and you need to bring something to the table on what you want to share and it is possible so you can make the move. It's good to hear because a lot of people want to know they keep asking me. Do a a podcast with somebody who knows how to get the letters after your name because i'm like dude b. j. d. as i'm doing. I'm an any enough to take another test or do a case a study you just can't. I am actually working on research for a book. That is a story from my family. It's the family horror story story <hes> that i put up. I don't know some months ago in the podcast only the more research i do the worst. The story gets so it's definitely going to be a book. Let it lends itself but that's going to be in my own time and that's what i'll do. I'm not willing to to go crazy. I i think i just feel like i'm a little too old to go and get you know another certification of any kind but a lot of people do ask that and it's good to know you just have to be willing willing to put your name out there. Could i think it's important. I will get the certification but it's not a requirement in this field. I mean it's really depends. Were you work. Someplace else might require you to have it but you're right. I mean it's almost sometimes you just have to have the knowledge. No you wanna teach and slim's that's that's enough. I mean i help people every day. Just try right to find something out about their family. It's like i may not solve your brick wall today but we're going to help you find something to get you closer and give you another lee potentially now. How has the work at the job changed you as an individual researcher doing your own research. I find myself to be more careful. I think more skeptical of my own research i find because i think there are a lot of times i will. Maybe we'll hear something from patron and something just doesn't doesn't quite click doc because part of the consultation is i'm doing preparation. I have to put their timelines or research logs and i have to you know make sure that the document is making sense. It's based on what they're telling me because sometimes it's the story we hear the story on you know here's what happens to your great grandmother but documents not telling me that's what happens so it's getting ding me to have the documents. Speak for itself more than me trying to tell the story. Do you have a lot of people come in with basically a folklore glorified for some kind of a line that it's basically a story and they're trying to prove out the story. Absolutely that's so that's where it can come from and how do people i mean. Is there a general reaction..
"mccomb" Discussed on Ancestors Alive! Genealogy: From Paper To People
"Documenting the names of enslaved persons in liberty county georgia and i recommend both the show and the episode stacy's project is definitely one that you should hear about the u._r._l. In case you have a pen handy is bit. Dot li slash lash to capital g. u._v. Capital j seven capital w. I'll put it in the show notes secondly my friend olivia dorsey also has a fantastic project. She realized that there was no central location for researchers to locate resources pertaining to p._o._c. the o._c. Or black genealogy. She decided to create a spreadsheet to aggregate them in one place. I'm going to add the reputational genealogy project to wit and others have added their own projects. It's a great place to find volunteer opportunities as well as research resources for more info tweet her at olivia coats and the podcast has a new supporter at patriotic. She's branch and her name is mary. King she gets a fridge magnet for her support. Today's interview with someone. I met early on in the growth of this podcast about a year ago. Yeah i noticed how generous she was on twitter and i tried to model my behavior on hers. She does everything right. She has since expanded from her own own blog research and speaking gigs to fulltime genealogy work at the new england historic genealogy society. I really wanted to hear how how things have changed for her so i realized it was time for a visit here. Now is the interview hey everybody and welcome back to two from paper to people podcast. I haven't interviewed today. Its long-awaited because the last one we tried had some audio problems. It was about a year ago. I'm here today with melanie mccomb. She works at new england historic genealogical society an organization that honestly i don't know that much about so we're going to be learning together today. They have site called american ancestors that provides a lot of information about northeastern genealogy and historical sources sources so welcome to the show melanie. Thank you thank you for having me caroline now last time we talked you. Were living a kind of a different professional life so so when you got this position. I was really really excited because i knew this was going to give us a whole new avenue to talk about so tell us a little bit about what it was that you were doing. I mean when you got this position sure so prior to becoming a genealogist here any h._d._f._s. I was actually an i._t. Professional i would have worked with fortune five hundred honor companies to use software to place a contingent labor so basically temps or project work and essentially i was the person that would be involved with making shred. The website is behaving the way they want to in the fields look lined up and everything is good and also helping troubleshoot errors so definitely completely different area than what i'm doing now but then also the way that i got to know you was my favorite thing and that is finding people on twitter who are amazing as an cool and supportive and the thing that i liked so much and i still like so much about you and your presence on twitter is that you are consistently distantly supportive of and uplifting to people who asked questions who answer questions and who simply are on twitter for the purposes of being part of the genealogical community and you're involved with your next-gen. You're involved with next gen right to write. I'm the social media coordinator for the next gen genealogy network which is a nonprofit. That's trying to create a community of younger honor genealogists and essentially what we're trying to do is sides cream that community we're also trying out new areas of doing research with technology using things like twitter and facebook an instagram youtube and having a different way of approaching genealogy and then you get involved in gen chat very much not as much as as i used to but i i i still am a very big fan of using using john chat. I have made a lot of friends on there and some of my colleagues how i met them. Through jen chats of that was one of my i committee's i really engaged with online and that's a very supportive question. Answer a type of situation. I think i've only participated in gen chat half baked once because it's like ten at night and frequently for me. That's too late which is kind of weak on my part but it's it's true and then the other one is ancestry our which is on british time. Do you do ancestry our very often. No unfortunately he just stood on my hours. I'm not able to participate in ancestry out. I was able to get away with it a little bit of my old job because i used to work from home but you know given where i am now. I'm in the library serving patrons so unfortunately it doesn't work out participated ancestry our live. Maybe i can catch up what's all right exactly but these are the things that you know i took from you when i was first on twitter and i was kind of stumbling and bumbling around in say january february very march april of twenty eighteen and so that's what i appreciate you for so that's how i i bumped into you. That's when we we matt so everybody. If you're if you're not listening to my advice about twitter and you're not on twitter yet i off shame on you. A second. I'm right you're wrong and third follow. Melanie mccomb the shamrock genealogist because she is persa learn from when trying to figure out how you find your way around twitter being genealogist and avoiding all of the kind of stupid political stuff that you don't want to be involved in in this is how you narrow your way and find your little pass. This is how you do it. Just follow her so you were doing that. And that's how i found you and you have a blog. Yes i do yes the shamrock genealogist right and what is the shamrock shake so the shamrock shake is <hes> basically. There's an option to to create aggregated material. That's out on the internet so it's it's through a website. I think it's called like paper and what it does is it basically takes different articles goals based on different keywords and creates <hes> almost like a newsletter of like here's kind of what's happening so i just renamed it. The daily shamrock shake to get your daily shake of the genealogy news in the world so it's not necessarily putting it out there myself assembling it. It's really you know aggregated through a website but it's a nice way to just kind of engage people and it picks up different articles and blogs whether people that may not necessarily be re tweeted out so it's way to share share the love okay great. This is what she does you guys. She shares the love and that's what it's all about. You know so now you are in this different position and what is it. That's different about what you're doing. At n e e h g s. I think there are so many abbreviations out there that i'm just i i can't it's alphabet soup to me. I swear but anyway what is it that you're doing at at the new england historic genealogical society. I'm a staff genealogists here so my main concern is big. Part of my job is really helping patrons so we help patrons turns whether they visit us here in boston if they call us on the phone if they send us emails and we answer reference questions we'll have people that come over with like asha original all documents and say hey. I just want a second pair of eyes on reading this. I also do consultations so consultation. Basically is i help. Give you research guidance. I will show you different resources to us whether it's different books or manuscripts or websites. I'm very tech heavy so i like to use a lot of online materials where possible just make more acceptable and we're just trying to help you get around the problem and things like to do also teach i do too to'real 's on how to land and probate research and how to use resources that maybe are not as common as you go on ancestry dot com so i'm trying to show you like how you can find resources out by doing the research yourself and that's what we wanna wanna. Do we want to empower you to actually do the research yourself and have those moments when you break through the brick walls. That's great you. Also you said that you're you're lecturing shrink as well. We're doing a lot of lecturing now. You were doing some lecturing before yes. I started lecturing about actually about a year ago in march of two thousand eighteen. I actually did my first. <hes> lecture actually out in the field it was the michigan historic conference was putting on an event and i basically just went and did my next and talk on how to use genealogies and social media and blogging and different websites just to get people more involved and then it just kind of evolved over there. I started getting more and more <hes> lectures. I did the ontario geological society conference <hes> last june and i recently just came off of doing routes tech and <hes> newark which is the new england regional geological sodium which basically so it's a regionalized group four new england to two conference and i'm about to go out to avert us. I've been very busy and those were all really based on the different research and lecture. I've been putting together on my own before coming to any yes okay so so. How is it that you looking at. You know i folks so you know i had melanie. Send me a little bit of information so that i wasn't coming in completely blind and the array of what she speaks is really rather amazing to me and i'm really intrigued. How did you get to the point where you're speaking on this rather broad number of topics right here. It says that you're you speak on roman catholic catholic church records with the focus on the archdiocese of boston but then you speak on prince edward island records and then you you talk on canadian census records. It's a pretty wide array to me especially for somebody who's based in the united states for those last two. How did you you come into knowledge of those records sure so a lot of it's really based on my family history research so to give an example <hes> prince edward island was actually where for my paternal grandfather was born so i've done a number of years of research and that was one of the first few lectures i really put together assessment extra and talk and that's something i wanted to share share with more groups so that was a fairly common request and the one i did is i kind of bounced off other different areas of my research so roman catholic church records. I have a lot of irish roman catholic. I've done a number of a number of talks and lectures on locally here as well sharing what we do here in each yes we actually are working with the archdiocese of austin to digitize their records so that the records don't get lost and you can find your family so i like to use that in combination of with my family as we kind of do show different case studies of how you know using these different collections different projects. You actually can do your do research in advance your goals of getting past those walls and ireland went. That's so great and so so you're using your own family as an example. I think that that's exactly it's got to be the the the single best asked way of doing. It and i mean here on the podcast. I know that when i found truly the latest one was truly creepy and awful story but other stories stories from those are the ones that i used to teach with as an example much of the time because that's where it's closest to my heart and it is absolutely the the simplest way to teach. That's where is it that you speak now. Whereas that the work that you do for the society takes you and where is it going to be taking you soon sure so i mostly do a lot of local society lectures so i have a couple of ones out in the boston area and i've also gone out to new hampshire for work out out for different societies that want to essentially contract us out for a lecture and they basically give us a topic and.
"mccomb" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Mike McComb with your eight fifty W F T L traffic. Borna less P V S, twelve news. It's a warm Monday temperatures in the mid eighties. Partly cloudy skies, scattered showers out there today. Under a better chance to see more thunderstorms on Tuesday afternoon as our next weather maker moves in some of the could become severe tomorrow with a strong, gusty winds as the main threat or a little drier heading into Wednesday. But it Trump is going to be skipping the old White House correspondents dinner. Yeah. I mean, why would you go the presidential roast also known as nerd prom? He doesn't go because it's too negative. He says that every year. You know, you're gonna get beat on for a solid two hours, or whatever why would you go? Well, and if you know that all broke quick he says he's going to hold a rally instead like you've done before the rally. Because the dinner so boring, and so that very positive rally. We haven't determined. We have about three sites. Everybody wants it. It'll be a big one but daddy respondents sitter negative positive. Positive. As I'm going to tweet about angry, Democrats, and all that stuff knows the host this year. We know comedian that we'd never heard of before it gets the nod. You know, what I'm so glad that the president and go to this stuff because now I don't have to care about it. Yeah. You're right that. Yeah. I don't care was one of those chores that. Yeah. Somebody said something that the White House correspondents dinner. Okay. Let's have a two minute segment on that. And I'm glad we don't have to really do that anymore. I understand what the what the president is getting people come after him saying, oh, well, it's because he's thin skinned doesn't wanna hear.
"mccomb" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Beach, ten o'clock. There's also wanted in McComb in meadow wa. Where else maintain oh Tinos yesterday? Let's see where else. A whole bunch of places you can take your clothes off and running. York fill your fill. You can go into the water there. There was a body of water. I think there's a river that goes someone's pool boxer going to be the FOX for every. Yes. Yeah. It's a you know a river runs through it. Okay. Yeah. So that's gonna take place today. They're expecting a twenty three thousand people and twenty thousand young athletes of the Special Olympics to participate there. Hashtag is awesome. Hashtag freezing for a reason freezing for a reason. Would you ever do that? No, no. My brother did at one time at at north avenue. I had a friend that did at north avenue. He said, I'm not doing this to sit in a nice warm building. And right. The biggest fattest check to Special Olympics, then go outside and the biggest fattest guy. My. Nobody wants to see me with my shirt on out. There didn't we have Vince Vaughn in the studio just a few years ago right after that after he did the polar polar plunge or was that after he jumped out of the airplane was polar plunge color. Sure. Yeah. Now, he came in and. The look dripped all over the floor is why we had to move out our. He messed up the whole got mold after that. It was a mess. Not just the station the entire Bill whole dump we had to leave the whole place. Yeah. He did better. Vince Vaughn and lady Gaga has done it, right? Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Fallon. Right. I was gonna say Jimmy Kimmel but Jimmy Fallon valley look on his face. When he lost. Was that was that the polar plunge the polar vortex.
Police charge homeless men
"Forty year old homeless man is jailed in McComb county on one hundred thousand dollars bond charged with robbery and assault on another homeless, man. Robert allen. The third was charged yesterday and is due back in court on October third. Police say he took the backpack of another homeless man as he attacked him on Friday. The victim is hospitalized in critical condition.
Girl stabbed to death in classroom fight between 2 "straight-A students"
"You can a fight over a boy at a high school between two girls. One girl. Stabs the other one the victim dead the stabber in custody. It all happened this morning at Warren FitzGerald high school. Here's pollute police Commissioner build wire that was taken into custody at the scene in the weapon kitchen sales steak. Knife was recovered. No other students were injured or involved. The victim's family has been notified. And were present at the hospital. The victim sixteen the girl who did the stabbing seventeen both girls from warn to make it clear that this was not a random at the victim and suspect were known to each other in this incident appears to involve a male student. Wipe grading in the investigation. The fight took place inside of a classroom at Warren FitzGerald high school. There will be no class there
Aretha Franklin seriously ill, sources say
"The family of a music. Legend is asking for prayers the friends and family of. The Queen of soul have gathered at her bedside sources confirmed WJ News Aretha Franklin is, in grave condition in recent years the seventy six year old Franklin has battled several serious health problems she said, she'd be retiring from concerts, in two twenty seventeen she, last, performed in November of. Two thousand seventeen she. Was born in Memphis Tennessee in nineteen forty two relocated to Detroit before she was five years, old at eighteen she was signed to Columbia
Ford Celebrates Its 10 Millionth Mustang
"Ford is riding high in the. Saddle today with the ten million Ford Mustang coming, off the line at the flat rock assembly plant and. WJR's Ken Rogulski is there dick it's almost a party atmosphere here at the flat rock assembly plant as the ten million Ford Mustang is set to roll off. The assembly line sometime around eleven ten or eleven twenty this morning Carl whitmire is the Mustangs chief engineer Yup big celebration for the plant here at flat. Rock big celebration. For the team big celebration for the community we. Have a lot of people brought their cars in we're trying to get one of. Every model year to. Show up in spell out ten million we're just tremendously excited for the car it's real celebration for the. Community everybody's had a memory in Mustang and it's all. Those millions of memories of your father's car the car you met your wife in. I mean there's just so many different. Stories I've heard last. Four years in this job it's just the celebration of not. Only the car but everybody I had one enjoyed having a caravan of Mustang set. Off from the Ford glasshouse shortly after. Nine. Thirty this morning for a short road rally all. The way down here the. Flat rock assembly plant and. With the state police escort are pulling in right now. On this parking lot there is a huge white painted pony and right below it Mustang and. When the car is finished being built. It'll be driven here by two. Ford employees and when the ten, million Mustang is done being built it'll be driven out here. For everybody to take a
The right plate might nudge kids to eat more veggies
"You what her name is right now and we've got to win I it will be a. Female Well I can't tell you what her name is speculation. Is that it is the McComb county public works, Commissioner Candace Miller speaking WJR news Candace Miller said she had no comment Paul manafort's longtime deputy as testified today against him in federal court, Jerry Bolander was there in. A matter of fact voice Rick gates testified that he and Manafort committed, crimes together gates who is the. Prosecution star witness and has pleaded guilty to two felonies testified that it manafort's direction he didn't report the company's control over multiple foreign. Bank accounts in Cyprus the Grenadines and the United Kingdom. He, also, testified, that, he helped Manafort falsify, tax returns and gates admitted taking what he described as several hundred. Thousand dollars for Manafort. That, wasn't authorized Jerry bowed Lander at the federal. Courthouse Alexandria Virginia Kentucky Republican Senator Paul rand Iran Paul, rather is in Russia where he, held meetings with the rush In parliament members in Moscow correspondent Frederik play Chen says Paul was asked to help out, alleged Russian, spy Maria patina currently there. Was some Russian lawmakers who asked him whether or not he could ask. For, Maria Boutin of course the Russian gun lobbyists. Who has since been accused of being a spy for the, Russians. In the US whether, she. Could be released and sent back. To rutta whether he could help with that it's unclear if any. Sort of arrangements are being made their WJR news, time seven oh four millions of federal dollars are on their way back to Michigan to repair one of the worst roads in the state, one hundred million dollars is. On the way from Washington finally fixed Mound Road mccone county executive Mark, Hackell says the big job will. Start in a couple of years because the current repair be something scholas- into the future this reconstruction of that roadway with this infra. Grant funds that we have is going to take us. You, know, thirty, or, forty years out so, we're gonna be tearing it up putting putting that new roadway inn I'll be starting in twenty twenty twenty, twenty one the new project will include a new, roadway pedestrian. Overpasses, and will be wired and ready for autonomous vehicles you could call it mound on the rebound. In Warren, Ken Rogulski WJR news if you're having a tough time getting your young kids to eat their veggies a, new dish could help researchers from the university of Colorado, found that giving children's segmented plates. With pictures of recommended foods in each of those compartments lead kids to eat. More, vegetables the. Ideal ages to try this are with kids four to eight on days when kids use the segmented plates they serve. Themselves nearly fourteen grams more veggies per day on average and, eight about seven and a half. Grams more than, on days when they use normal white plates that's about an additional baby carrot or two per day a small. Increase but researchers say even this little change can help create better eating habits for kids as they, get older, I'm John Stolnis WJR news. Time seven oh five we're gonna head out to the roads with Tracy Thanks Marie and good evening Detroit and Oakland County eastbound. I sixty Ninety-six after. Hoover road you still have minor, delays from crash on the right shoulder southbound. I seventy five after I six ninety six the right shoulder affected from an accident there in also on I seventy five southbound this time after Dixie highway the right shoulder black from, a crash there I'm Tracy racks WJR traffic first on the fives from the. WJR weather center better than average, storm chances around the motor city all week long with the chance for thunderstorms right on through Friday scattered storms tonight seventy degrees some heavy weather tomorrow some gusty downpours. Small hell possible tomorrow Eighty-three and then more afternoon storms, Wednesday temps in. The low eighties, from the Weather Channel I'm meteorologist Scott Lawrimore loose talk seven sixty WJR seventy five degrees. Right now I'm Marie Osborne WJR news. The next. Update it's at eight o'clock or whenever news breaks The following is presented.